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