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

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<​1​> 6 Bethka— a larger garden— more spacious plain This should have been inserted between Iota an[d] Zub Zoal oan—
7 Iota nitahack ah-que= its signification is increased from the first degree five times: for instance I saw one hun five times twentyfive persons, or one hundred and twenty persons: It signification may be lessened one half by the
8 mark as in the margin— and again lessened
9 one half of the latter half the mark as in the margin It signification is increase tenfold by the mark
10 as in the margin: Its signification is again increased one hundred fold by the the additional
mark in the margin: Its sound is Ah=que kah Ju: and its signification is a multiplying adjective.
Ahlish. The name of the first Being: supreme intelligence—
Phah=eh Kingly power= or king
Pha=ah— Having greater dominion, or possession
or power.
Phah ho e oop. Royal blood or pharoah
Ho oop hah— Corwn [Crown?] of a married queen
Zi The principle of virtue— a young female adorned with the modesty of virtue and comeliness
Kah tou mun, a distinction of royal female lineage
Zi oop hah a distinction by right of heirship by Pharaoh
Ho e oop A virtuous prince
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1 6 Bethka— a larger garden— more spacious plain This should have been inserted between Iota and Zub Zoal oan—
7 Iota nitahack ah-que= its signification is increased from the first degree five times: for instance I saw five times twentyfive persons, or one hundred and twenty persons: It signification may be lessened one half by the
8 mark as in the margin— and again lessened
9 one half of the latter half the mark as in the margin It signification is increase tenfold by the mark
10 as in the margin: Its signification is again increased one hundred fold by the the additional
mark in the margin: Its sound is Ah=que kah Ju: and its signification is a multiplying adjective.
Ahlish. The name of the first Being: supreme intelligence—
Phah=eh Kingly power= or king
Pha=ah— Having greater dominion, or possession
or power.
Phah ho e oop. Royal blood or pharoah
Ho oop hah— Corwn Crown of a married queen
Zi The principle of virtue— a young female adorned with the modesty of virtue and comeliness
Kah tou mun, a distinction of royal female lineage
Zi oop hah a distinction by right of heirship by Pharaoh
Ho e oop A virtuous prince
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