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

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10 Kiah broam = Kiah brah oam = zub zool oan
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Kiah brah oam. Coming down from the beginniug— right by birth— and also by blessing, and by promise— promises made; a father of many nations; a prince of peace; one who keeps the commandment of God; a patriarch; a rightful heir; a high priest.
Iota nitahach ah gur. Its signification is increased
five times from the fourth.
Ah lish The first Being— supreme intillegence; supreme power; supreme glory= supreme Justice; supreme mercy without begining of life or end of life comprehending all things, seeing all things: the invisible and eter[n]al godhead.
Phah eh. The first man, or Adam coming from Adam. Kigs or right over Patriarchal right by appointment.
Phaah. The largest riegn, the greatest dominian, possessions or power.
Phah ho e oop— A king who has universal
dominian, over all the earth.
Ho oop hah Queen Kah tou mun, a distinction of Royal <​female​> lineage or descent, from
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No Character
10 Kiah broam = Kiah brah oam = zub zool oan
11
This character shown dissected
Kiah brah oam. Coming down from the beginniug— right by birth— and also by blessing, and by promise— promises made; a father of many nations; a prince of peace; one who keeps the commandment of God; a patriarch; a rightful heir; a high priest.
Iota nitahach ah gur. Its signification is increased
five times from the fourth.
Ah lish The first Being— supreme intillegence; supreme power; supreme glory= supreme Justice; supreme mercy without begining of life or end of life comprehending all things, seeing all things: the invisible and eternal godhead.
Phah eh. The first man, or Adam coming from Adam. Kigs or right over Patriarchal right by appointment.
Phaah. The largest riegn, the greatest dominian, possessions or power.
Phah ho e oop— A king who has universal
dominian, over all the earth.
Ho oop hah Queen Kah tou mun, a distinction of Royal female lineage or descent, from
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