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

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This order should be preserved according to the signification of the degrees
1 Beth— a fruitful garden, or a great valley or plain filleed with fruit trees and flowrs
2 Iota. To see:
3 <​1​> Zab Zaol=oan— The first of anything
Ki To see
oan= The first of any thing
Ash, The compound of Zub Zaol, oan Zub Zaol oan when connected with Beth is called oan for the sake of brevity it retains its signification in the degree in which it stands
4 Ah=brahhoam— Ah broam— a follower of righteousness
5 Kiahbroam,= Coming down from the begining. To some place or fixed period The first in lineage, or right in lineage
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No character
This order should be preserved according to the signification of the degrees
1 Beth— a fruitful garden, or a great valley or plain filleed with fruit trees and flowrs
2 Iota. To see:
3 1 Zab Zaol=oan— The first of anything
Ki To see
oan= The first of any thing
Ash, The compound of Zub Zaol, oan Zub Zaol oan when connected with Beth is called oan for the sake of brevity it retains its signification in the degree in which it stands
4 — Ah broam— a follower of righteousness
5 Kiahbroam,= Coming down from the begining. To some place or fixed period The first in lineage, or right in lineage
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