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abbr abbreviation according adjective already become beginning belonging cause clause combination condition conjunction consonants Copt corresponds denotes dependent designation determinative direct distinguished dual early Egypt Egyptian emphasis employed ending Erman especially existent expression feminine formation forms frequent further give grammatical hand hears ideogram indicated infinitive introduced kind king land language later lost means nominal sentence Note noun object occur originally orthography passive Peasant Phon phonetic Plur plural possessive precedes preferred prepositions prince Prisse probably pronoun Prop pyramids rare relative sdmf sentence signs sing singular Siut sometimes stands substantive suffixes syllabic signs texts thing treated Trfd usual verb Westc words writing written
Page 190 - Inscriptions in the Hieratic and Demotic Character, from the Collections of the British Museum.
Page 190 - Inscriptions hie'roglyphiques recueillies en Europe et en Egypte. Publiees, traduites et commentees.
Page viii - These difficulties were due firstly, to the unique chara cter of the language investigated, and secondly to the fact that the new science of Egyptian Grammar, as it has been created by the German grammatical school in the last fifteen years, does not yet exist in English...
Page 188 - Brugsch et Urbain Bouriant, Le livre des rois contenant la liste chronologique des rois . . . Le Caire 1887.
Page 192 - Index alphabetique de tous les mots contenus dans le livre des morts publie par Lepsius. Paris 1875.
Page 9 - C. § 15) and the manner in which Semitic words are transcribed in Egyptian, and Egyptian words in Semitic, it is an established fact that all signs represent consonants. The vowels, just as in Semitic writing, are not indicated.
Page 193 - Grammaire demotique, contenant les principes generaux de la langue et de 1'ecriture populaires des anciens Egyptiens. Berlin: F. Dummler, 1855. xii, 202 p., 1 1., 10 pi., 3 tables. 4".
Page 83 - ... then it expels the disease in the belly of the man. Further the hair of a woman is made to grow by means of its seed : it is ground, mixed together and put into oil by the woman, who shall rub her head therewith.