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

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10 H Kiah broam = Kiah brah oam = zub zool oan
11 H
H This character shown dissected
H
H Kiah brah oam. Coming down from the beginniug— right by birth— and also by blessing, and by promise— promises made; a father of many nations; a prince of peace; one who keeps the commandment of God; a patriarch; a rightful heir; a high priest.
H Iota nitahach ah gur. Its signification is increased
H five times from the fourth.
H Ah lish The first Being— supreme intillegence; supreme power; supreme glory= supreme Justice; supreme mercy without begining of life or end of life comprehending all things, seeing all things: the invisible and eter[n]al godhead.
H Phah eh. The first man, or Adam coming from Adam. Kigs or right over Patriarchal right by appointment.
H Phaah. The largest riegn, the greatest dominian, possessions or power.
H Phah ho e oop— A king who has universal
H dominian, over all the earth.
H Ho oop hah Queen Kah tou mun, a distinction of Royal <​female​> lineage or descent, from
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No Character
10 H Kiah broam = Kiah brah oam = zub zool oan
11 H
H This character shown dissected
H
H Kiah brah oam. Coming down from the beginniug— right by birth— and also by blessing, and by promise— promises made; a father of many nations; a prince of peace; one who keeps the commandment of God; a patriarch; a rightful heir; a high priest.
H Iota nitahach ah gur. Its signification is increased
H five times from the fourth.
H Ah lish The first Being— supreme intillegence; supreme power; supreme glory= supreme Justice; supreme mercy without begining of life or end of life comprehending all things, seeing all things: the invisible and eternal godhead.
H Phah eh. The first man, or Adam coming from Adam. Kigs or right over Patriarchal right by appointment.
H Phaah. The largest riegn, the greatest dominian, possessions or power.
H Phah ho e oop— A king who has universal
dominian, over all the earth.
H Ho oop hah Queen Kah tou mun, a distinction of Royal female lineage or descent, from
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