Grammar and Alphabet of the Egyptian Language, circa July–circa November 1835

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Egyptian Alphabet fourth degree
No Char[ac]ter
1 H Beth— sweet and precious to the smell
2 H Iota— me myself
H <1> Zub zoal oan pointing to some particular subject
H Ki— me myself
H Oan pointing to some particular subject
H ash compound of Zub zoal oan
H Ahbroam: a follower of righteousness a possesser of greater knowledge—
H Ki ah broam, change from the first; by coming from the begining by right, of by birth, or lineage
H Iota nitahbeh ah que. Its signification is increased from the third degree five times.
H Ahlish— The first Being clothed with supreme glory.
H Phah=eh Kingly power coming from some other Kingly power
H Phaah Extending the Dominion, possession and power state further.
H Phah ho e oop= extension of power by marriage or by ordination, or annointing
H Ho oophah. Queen who has been married the second time
H Zi One possessing greater beauty, modesty and virtue, taught more perfectly
H Kah tou mun. a lineage, a daughter of Ham.
H Zi oop hah a beautiful virgin, one who is fair to look upon, and admired for her beauty
H Ho e-oop a prince of the royal blood
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Egyptian Alphabet fourth degree
No Character
1 H Beth— sweet and precious to the smell
2 H Iota— me myself
H 1 Zub zoal oan pointing to some particular subject
H Ki— me myself
H Oan pointing to some particular subject
H ash compound of Zub zoal oan
H Ahbroam: a follower of righteousness a possesser of greater knowledge—
H Ki ah broam, change from the first; by coming from the begining by right, by birth, or lineage
H Iota nitahbeh ah que. Its signification is increased from the third degree five times.
H Ahlish— The first Being clothed with supreme glory.
H Phah=eh Kingly power coming from some other Kingly power
H Phaah Extending the Dominion, possession and power state further.
H Phah ho e oop= extension of power by marriage or by ordination, or annointing
H Ho oophah. Queen who has been married the second time
H Zi One possessing greater beauty, modesty and virtue, taught more perfectly
H Kah tou mun. a lineage, a daughter of Ham.
H Zi oop hah a beautiful virgin, one who is fair to look upon, and admired for her beauty
H Ho e-oop a prince of the royal blood
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