Egyptian Alphabet, circa Early July–circa November 1835–B

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a Ah The first Being who exercises Supreme powe[r]
pp ph Pha-e The first man, or one who has kingly power, or [king?]
Pha A more universal reign, having greater d[o]minion or po[wer]
Pha-ho-e-oop Royal family, royal blood, or pharaoh, or supreme power power, or king
Ho-oop-hah Crown of a pri[n]cess, or queen, or signifies queen.
Zi Virgin, unmarried, virtuous, or the principle of virtue.
Kah-tou=mun The name of the a royal famil— The female line
Zi-oop=hah An unmarried woman and a virgin princess
Ho=e-oop A young unmarried man, a prince.
Zip-zi A women married or unmarried,.— daughter
Ho=e=oop-hah Crown of a prince, or King.
Oan, or ah-e, or Oh-e. The earth
Toan, Tah-e-Taee Tah-e-Ta-e, or Tus. or water.
Iota The eye, or to see, or sight, sometimes me, myself.
Iota-Tou-es-Zip-zi. The land of Egypt first discovered under water by a woman.
Su-e-eh=ni What other person is that? Who.
Ho-e-oop-hah-pha-e. Reign, government, power, kingdom, or dominion.
Zuh=zool-oan. The beginning, first, before, or pointing to
Zub=zool=eh. In the beginning of the earth, or creation.
Zub-z◊◊l <​eh​> To be in, or be within— as light in the earth.
Zub First creation of any thing, first institution.
Zub-zool From the first to any stated period after—
Zoal Zool From a fixed period of time back to the beginning or creation
The second part of the first degree.
Ah-me-os God, without beginning or end
Aleph In the beginning with God, the Savior.
Albeth Angels or disemboded spirits, or saints or men after they are raised from the de[a]d
Alkabeth Angels in an unalterable state— Sanctified
Alchebeth Ministers of God, high priests, Kings.
Alchebeth Alchibeth Ministers of God, less, or under the high priests
Alkabeth Alkobeth Ministers not ordained of God, sinful
Alkibeth Alkubeth Ministers who are less sinful for want of power
Baeth The name of all mankind, man, or men.
Baeth-ka Adam, or the first man, or first king
Baeth-kee The next from Adam, one ordained under him.
Baeth-ki The lineage <​third ordaind​> King under Adam. third patriarck
Baeth-ka The forth from Adam
[p. [1]]
Second order continued. <​x​> o <​x​>
Baeth-Ku The fifth high priest from Adam
<​x​> Beth Man’s first residence in a fruitful garden, a great valley or plain filled with fruit, trees and flowers, good to the taste, pleasing to the eye and p sweet & precious to the smell— place of happiness
<​x​> Beth-Ka A garden, valley or plain, larger, more spacious, more pleasing, more beautiful— place of more complete happiness, peace & rest for man.
Beth-Kee A Third garden, or place of residence still more spacious, beautiful and pleasing— increasing in greatness five degrees or being five times as large as Beth-Ka.
Beth-Ki A Fourth, increasing five degrees beyond Beth-Kee.
Beth-Ko A Fifth, increasing like the fourth
Beth-Ku A Sixth, increasing like the fifth.
Beth=ku=ain-trieth The whole earth, or the largest place, the greatest enjoyment on earth— man’s resident in the garden of the earth.
E-Beth-ku-ain-trieth The heavenly bodies, the worlds of light and glory, the heaven, heavens, and heaven of heavens— eternity.
E-Beth-Ka The greater place of happiness, where God resides— The celestial Kingdom
Zip zi-iota-aeh
Io ho-hah-oop-zip-si <​zi​>
Jah-oh-eh-(the earth &c)
Flo-ees- (Moon)
Flos-isis (Sun)
[p. 2]
Second order continued a <​I​>
Third part of the first degree
Ki-Ah-broan, Ki-Ah-bra-oam. Zub-zoal-oan.
Fourth part of the first degree
[p. 5 [3]]
Fifth part of the first degree. <​a​>
Za Kio an-hi-ash, or Kalsidoan h<​i​>ish <​hiash​>— The land of the Chaldeans.
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[Included in the same folder as Cowdery’s “Egyptian Alphabet” is this irregularly cut slip of paper with the single word “Kolob” on one side and a lot of ink that has offset from another page. It is not readable.]