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

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Egyptian Alphabet third degree
No Charcter
1 Beth— good to the taste, pleasing to the eye
2 Iota— sight
3 <​1​> Zubzoal oan— before some other time.
4 Ki— sight
5 Oan— Before some other time
6 ash the compound of Zub Zaol aon
7 Ah-broam. one who possesses great knowlege
8 Kiahbroam: First reckoned in chronol= oly= coming down from the begining First born right or blessings
9 Iota metah och ah que= Its signification is increased from the second degree five times.
10 Ahlish. Supreme power
11 Phah=eh. Kingly <​power,​> or first king
Pha ah Havinng still greater dominion, or possesion or Power.
Phah ho e oop an extension of power
Ho oop hah— Crown of a widowed queen
Zi Affability of manners, virtuous w[e]ll taught
Kah tou mun descent from her by whom Egypt was discovered while it was under water
Zi oophah— a distinction by Pharoah a princess of Egypt.
Ho e oop— A prince of the line of the Pharoahs
Zip Zi— under or beneeath, second in right or in authority or Government, a fruitful place or fruitful vine
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Egyptian Alphabet third degree
No Charcter
1 Beth— good to the taste, pleasing to the eye
2 Iota— sight
3 1 Zubzoal oan— before some other time.
4 Ki— sight
5 Oan— Before some other time
6 ash the compound of Zub Zaol aon
7 Ah-broam. one who possesses great knowlege
8 Kiahbroam: First reckoned in chronol= oly= coming down from the begining First born right or blessings
9 Iota metah och ah que= Its signification is increased from the second degree five times.
10 Ahlish. Supreme power
11 Phah=eh. Kingly power, or first king
Pha ah Havinng still greater dominion, or possesion or Power.
Phah ho e oop an extension of power
Ho oop hah— Crown of a widowed queen
Zi Affability of manners, virtuous well taught
Kah tou mun descent from her by whom Egypt was discovered while it was under water
Zi oophah— a distinction by Pharoah a princess of Egypt.
Ho e oop— A prince of the line of the Pharoahs
Zip Zi— under or beneeath, second in right or in authority or Government, a fruitful place or fruitful vine
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