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

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by 2 horizontal lines thus 25 x 5 = 125; and by 3 horizontal lines thus:— 125 x 5 = 625
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5 [5.27] When this character has a horizontal line under it it reduces it into the fourth degree, consequently it has but four connecting parts of speech.
6 [5.27] When it has two horizontal lines, it is rudeced into the third degree and has but three connecting
7 [5.27] parts of speech, and when it has three horizontal lines, it is reduced into the second degree and has but two connective parts of speech.
8
8 No 8 shows this character dissected.
9 Beth man’s first residence, a fruitful place, &c
9 [2.15] Beth place of happiness, purity, holiness & rest
[1.14] Iata— see, saw seeing or having seen
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[1.18] Zub zool-oan— The first born, or the first man or fathers or fathers
Ki <​the compound of itoa​> see saw= seeing or having seen
Hi The same as Beth
Ash The same as Zub. Zool-oan
* [2.16] Bethka the greatest place of happiness exceeding extending beyond any thing This should be inserted between Iota and Zub Zool oan
[5.28] Ah brah-aam— a father of many nations a prince of peace, & one who keeps the commandments of God. A patriarch a rightful heir, a highpriest
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by 2 horizontal lines thus 25 x 5 = 125; and by 3 horizontal lines thus:— 125 x 5 = 625
No
5 [5.27] When this character has a horizontal line under it it reduces it into the fourth degree, consequently it has but four connecting parts of speech.
6 [5.27] When it has two horizontal lines, it is rudeced into the third degree and has but three connecting
7 [5.27] parts of speech, and when it has three horizontal lines, it is reduced into the second degree and has but two connective parts of speech.
8 No 8 shows this character dissected.
9 [2.15] Beth place of happiness, purity, holiness & rest
[1.14] Iata— see, saw seeing or having seen
*
[1.18] Zub zool-oan— The first born, or the first man or father or fathers
Ki the compound of itoa see saw= seeing or having seen
Hi The same as Beth
Ash The same as Zub. Zool-oan
* [2.16] Bethka the greatest place of happiness exceeding extending beyond This should be inserted between Iota and Zub Zool oan
[5.28] Ah brah-aam— a father of many nations a prince of peace, one who keeps the commandments of God. A patriarch a rightful heir, a highpriest
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