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

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4th D
No Char[ac]ter a true desendant from Ham. the Son of Noah
Zip=Zi, under or beneath, second in right or in authority or government, a fruitful place, or a fruitful vine
a true desendant from Ham— the son of Noah.
[1.10] Zip Zi: all women: it took its origin from the earth yielding its fruit. And from the first woman who bore children; and men were multiplied upon the earth, and is used in this degree as a numeral by being inserted above or below another character: it increases by b[e]ing drawn above, it and signifies above, more, greater, more glorious, and when inserted under signifies beneath less smaller least.
[1.11] Ho e oop hah= Kingly possessions— right of possession, title, dignity, honor.
[1.12] Sue= To point out subjects
[1.13] Toan tau ee, tah ee, tah eh toues: exceeding bad adultery: having descended below some other principle
Iata I shall or will see that which is to come
[1.14] Iata me myself
[1.15] Iota toues Zip Z The land of Egypt discovered by a woman, who afterwards setled persons in it.
[1.16] Sueehni The same as the first.
[1.17] Hoe-oop hah phaheh: A land, Kingdom or dominion governed by wise, upright kings or rulers, or jud[g]es or governors in administring equetable laws for the benefit
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4th D
No Character
a true desendant from Ham— the son of Noah.
[1.10] Zip Zi: all women: it took its origin from the earth yielding its fruit. And from the first woman who bore children; and men were multiplied upon the earth, and is used in this degree as a numeral by being inserted above or below another character: it increases by being drawn above, and signifies above, more, greater, more glorious, and when inserted under signifies beneath less smaller least.
[1.11] Ho e oop hah= Kingly possessions— right of possession, title, dignity, honor.
[1.12] Sue= To point out subjects
[1.13] Toan tau ee, tah ee, tah eh toues: exceeding bad adultery: having descended below some other principle
[1.14] Iata me myself
[1.15] Iota toues Zip Z The land of Egypt discovered by a woman, who afterwards setled persons in it.
[1.16] Sueehni The same as the first.
[1.17] Hoe-oop hah phaheh: A land, Kingdom or dominion governed by wise, upright kings or rulers, or judges or governors in administring equetable laws for the benefit
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