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AN 



EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPHIC 
DICTIONARY. 



WITH AN INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS, KING LIST AND 

GEOGRAPHICAL LIST WITH INDEXES, LIST OF HIEROGLYPHIC 

CHARACTERS, COPTIC AND SEMITIC ALPHABETS, ETC. 



By Sir E. A. WALLIS BUDGE, Knt., F.S.A., 

M.A. AND LiTT.D., Cambridge; M.A. and D.Litt., Oxford; D. Lit., Durham ; 

SOMETIME SCHOLAR OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, AND TYRWHITT HEBREW SCHOLAR ; 
KEEPER OF THE EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITIES, BRITISH MUSEUM. 



{IN TWO VOLUMES) 
VOL. II. 




LONDON: 
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET, 

1920. 



HARRISON AND SONS, 

PRINTERS IN ORDINARY TO HIS MAJESTY. 

ST. martin's lane LONDON, 

W.C. 2. 



s 



[ 593 ] 



S 



SUr ^^V^ , M. 588, ;^0' ^- 345, 
O, U. 191, to drink; Copt. ce. 



sura (sua) ^S h ^, ^5 t\ 



AAAAAA 
AAftAAA 



.W>AAA 



to drink, drinker, toper, 
drunkard. 



surau ^^ (j ^, P- 692, .^^^^' 

V>, p. 94, drinkers. 



SUr-t ^=f O, T. 71, ^^_ O, U. 191, 



drink; ^^=f ^^ Q?i , IV, 1115, water supply. 

STir-t .^^^ , bead, oval ball; var. 

n "^^f A "^ . ^^^ ^ n ^ mother-of-pearl 
I <rr> 1 o ' <=> <=> I 000' beads. 

SUru-t(?) -^%^<=^'^, abird. 
S-ursh _ \\f , to make to be green 



ra 



(2 CZE 

or fertile ; caus. of ursh. 



suh -^^ra^, — ^ 



ra 



7\ 



i, to utter words as the 



result of some great or sudden emotion, to 
speak in an ecstasy, to prophesy. 



suh 



I±3 



y- > - -^Y^ , air, wind. 



(2 



SUh-t .^^^1 g, Pap. 3024, 79, ^^ 

■^ Q ^ Melternich Stele 62, egg; Copt. 
_fl X O ' COOT^e. 

suh — ^ ^ § ° ' ^^^^^ °^ incense. 

Suhit (?) v^ J , Denderah III, 12, a 
^ ^ ^^ Yl goddess of Denderah. 

S-Ukha ^^ %> T "^ ^^, Peasant 
282, to stupefy, to make silly; caus. of ukha. 



s-user 



-1P 



-1P 



l^ 



, to strengthen ; caus. 



s-usekh 



^ 



\j 



J\ , to walk 



with long strides ; caus. of usekh. 

I) ll , to praise, to 



s-ush ^^ ^ , 
worship, to adore ; caus. of uash. 



S-ushHeriu — ^cza^^^A 

^ title of the high-priest of the 10th Nome 
' of Upper Egypt. 

L^, to break (?) 



sush. 

SUSh-t --^^ V^ ^~ , tie, fetter, cord. 
SUt ^ {^, var. ^ A , White Crown 
sutut - 
s-utekh 



%. tk^ IV, 520, to walk, 
Lar^Jr ' to travel. 



e ® 



(^ , to treat a body with 



; var. 



drugs, to embalm; caus. of V\ 

Ho^^O. Atitleof Anubisis'^^^^^ J, 
"the embalmer." 

s-uthet -^.-%^g=3r|, _^^t^sr=j 
f\ \\, to cook, to roast, to bake. 

V\^^^^{> , to fatten birds. 



s-uthet 



var 



s-utekh 



, to embalm ; 



S-Utcha — ^^|, — ^"^S' to streng- 
then, to heal, to save ; caus. of ^ n ^^. a . 



s-utcha^^|A,^j^;^-,.o 

go, to go forward ; caus. of vN A j\ . 

seb — "^ jH^j N. 692, 1 148, jackal; 

seb ^^ J^, u. 460 

seb -^^Jt^, -^^J(j(j|, see asi 



see — »- 



, an interrogative particle. 



seblnr-j'^.TV-J 



^'-J- 



-rr, -rr \\ y\ , 



V 



, Peasant 322, 



to lead, to conduct, to guide, to traverse, to pass 
through, to march in front; "TT" ] -A il 
^ I I , guide of the words of the gods. 



2 p 



s 



[ 594 ] 



sebbi^Jj;^,^Jl^J 

II A , to lead, etc. ; "TT" '^wva LJ »<^=.- , I> 5°» 
a dead man; ""^Ja^, decay of the body ; 



^nnnimi 



sebseb -75 — 7r-/v, ^"^J^ """J' 

to lead, to guide. 



sebi-t 



o 
A 



, conductor, 



guide ; -*- J J ^ I ® I ' faverser of eternity 

, w , o 

— a title of Ra and of Osiris; ^>^ „ ~wvaa -jt 

I O 



©C, this book of traversing eternity. 

V, 1 1 1 2, a general envoy. 

Sebi-t, sebiu-t ~I5rJ^|l, Shipwreck 

161, -*>— U Y^ fl I . freight, cargo of a boat or 

ship, load of a camel or ass; "TT" \ ^^^^^ 

, a loader of ships. 
I I I 



^ W 



sebb 



JJ 



U=/l 



, Berl. 6910, to load. 



SebitTrJ(j()^,'^--;;„t;;d-; 



w 



seb ^nr^, --^J^^, |^^,evii, 

wickedness; ~7T~ ] , decay, waste. 

sebitTr-J^q^^.T^jqij 

fish offal, a poor kind of fish. 
wreck 56, an offering by fire. 



, Ship- 



^ I 



seb-t "tTJ^. louse ;plur. ~^J^ 



tress, lock of hair, hair clippings. 



i2i 



Sebi ~75~^ O ^ P6"od of time, anniversary, 
W * annual festival (?) 



seb 
sba 



■J "^j flute; Copt. CKjS.e. 



to play 
' a flute. 



sba 
Sba-Ra 
sbau - 
sbau - 



♦< — iiiiiiiii 



^111 



, doors ; Copt. C^e. 

SCX Edfft I, 81, a title of the 
I ' Nile-god. 

.f^|^|. star-gods. 



-k 



Sc:^^ 



correction; Copt. C^(JO 



, punishment. 



sebakh (sebkh) 7"^?. f° '^"' '"' 

^ ' O ® U to preserve. 

s-baq (sebq) ^ ^^^, to make to 
shine ; caus. of jLd Q ) . 

sebaq(Sebq) ^ i» leg, thigh; see 

S-baq (sebq) a, . ®, to make preg- 
nant ; caus. of J || ) /| . 

S-bagi -^^ '(^ S flfl » to make weak or 
helpless ; caus. of J S (1 (1 (^ • 

seba _*_J(]|7mn, -^J[]|^^^, 

a mythological serpent-fiend. 

Sebath ^;T- IQ'^, Canopus stele lo, 
JJ Jl 1 I I I provisions. 

Sebit -*-J[j(]o^,Rec.4,2i, -^^J 

11i^' ^J()()7;^>''^Pl^^t,flag,rush. 

Sebu-^jilj, ^-4Vgo'ds^ 
seben -«_ J^v^AAA, u. 304, 532, 55 1> P- 

_ L=il, Rec. 30, 187, to retreat, 



to wriggle away (of a serpent) ; — »— J 
wNA/vv ^ to roll away the-hours. 



seben-t 



J 



"^■^^ U. 611, retreat, 
o^ ' withdrawal. 



X^, Rec. 31, 168, 
to retreat ; see seben. 

sebenben — h — 1 /www I -www, m. 280, 

— H — iLaaaaa jp'wwvX^^, Rec. 31, 168, to re- 

Jn V>AAAA ^ 
^A^w^ J V\, P. l8o. 



s 



[ 595] 







sebennu — * 
sebeh -h- J|^=. 



, U. 540, T. 296, 



crowns. 



Jl 



^ 



\> ^ I , to cry, cry. 



-k, one of the 36 



Sebkhas -^J 

Dekans; Gr. Sowx"^*- 

Sebeshsen — «— Jczszd 1 ^aww, Annales I, 

84, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. 2oux*^s. 

sebeq (?) — h— Jzi | J , Israel Stele 22, 
I ]Mv.3»-^ ffl 1 ' '^^PPy* fortunate. 
sebq-t — »— JM ^ , bone chamber 

sebt-t — «— J^«|| 



crown of flowers, 
wreath. 



sebt 
sebti - 
sebth 



^ 



■j: 



, wall, fort ; Copt. CoKt 



, a royal title. 

J ^^^ & ' ^' ^'^^' ^°^^' 
7,N.766,P.708,-^J^^|, 
Rec 30, 186, to inhale, to smell. 

Sep , a sign of multiplication; Y 5 



D © 
— » 

n 



, Rec. 2, III, to multiply; 

>— 

n = 10 X 10. 



sep 



D ©' D © >^ ' a ' D "^^^ 
©, ©, ^J^, time, season, fate, luck, occasion, 
opportunity, hap, accident, condition, case, situa- 
tion, kind, sort, mode, means, manner, habit, 
way, behaviour, action, characteristic, aim, object, 
purpose, subject, case at law, trial, affair, act, 

H 

like, equal, expedient; Copt. CH; 



D © 

one at a time, one by one ; 



D © 
, ill-luck, calamity, fault, failure; 1 © , 

every par- 
ticular;^{](]^J- 



D © 

"''^, L.D. III, 140B, 



another good example : 

^ D © 

Stele 8, every one on his land ; 



^ , Israel 



/wvwv, Amen. 15, 18, moreover, another case; 



D © 



I, IV, 1078, happiness: *jij— \\, 

IV, 944, calamity, disaster; <::ir>'wwvA | k^ 
, on every occasion ; -wwva J S i v 

,. ime of trouble; ;;*;|^yi,A.Z. 

» C"^ M ^ 

1880,49; ,;^^, a bad turn; L-/1, 

U © ^^ D © /wwv\ 

1 , J ~'*~' ©• . . . — *— w 

a bold act; ||, , twice, repetition ; , 

a © II ^ a ©O' 

duplicity; ^^^vwv , U 'wwaa \^ .second 



I I I 



D 



D 



© 



time; ,Ji_ ^^ , (j() ^ q. "ever again; 

. T. 283, ^ ^ ^ T,, <^^©, 



D © 



□ © 



I*hll1»l 



© 



000 II 



at once, forthwith ; Copt, rtcon ; 

gold twice refined ; '^**' /ww\a ^ , gold thrice 
000 III 

C A 1 ® © TT 00 """"© © XT 

refined; plur. , U. 88, , N. mo, 

— '*-tk ' ~~'*~^ ~~tr® TV — "^ © 

D ©Jrl' D ©1' °Plll' ' ^^'' D (3 III' 

^'"' n©l ^^^^' fr^q^^^tiy^ 

□ ^ III,' ^IIH' ^ec. 16, no [say] four 



times (a rubrical direction); 



\ 



! I 1 AAAAAA 



I , good times, Rec. 20, 40 ; ^ 1 aaww , 



millions of times; 1 -wwna 

D (3 I 



righteousness ; 
abilities ; 



^ © © 
I © 



^ © 

' I (2 III 



Hi' 



unique in 



, A.Z. 1905, 



26, unmatched for abilities; "^ -^^ ** "^ ^ , 
IV, 410, 1082. 

sep St^ , ^ . the case in 

— H — n r\ /vNAftAA 

court, a legal decision ; j (I .^^^ , a crimi- 

nal offence; D ^ '^AAAAA ,5;3L ^ ^ Y^ 



a case for punishment; III aa/wv\ aawvx 7^ 

^ D © o 

IV, 71:2, cases of trespass; 1 ^AAA/^A 



just cases; ^awvs 



J\i' 

(]P^J,the 



case of evil-doers ; 7^ v\ 'vaaaaa,. — _^ 

IV, H09, their case comes on again. 

2 p 7 



Sep ^ |^,Rev. = ^^. ^ 
Rev. 13, 23, time of judgement. 



'^ 



[ 596 ] 

D 



sep tepi Q @ , « g^Q w' D © d' 

© ^ , lands of 
sepi _ l\i\S^, Rev. 13, 23, to supplicate. 



u, primeval time 
D ©11 . 
primeval time. 



D 



sepsep 



18, 



D D 
§i, Rec. 15, i8, 



, Stele of Ptolemy I, 



Q D Hi- - D D Ul^ 

Rec. 13, 22, to ask for, to supplicate, petition; 

Copt, cenccon. 



sepi ^^, Peasant 199, ^^ 



IJ' D © 



, to remam over ; 



D ©. 



{ 



Shipwreck 38, not one was left; \\^ |j 

j\ L.D. III, 140C, there remains no trace; 

UD © 

see ~^ r.^ -, Copt, ceeue. 



sepp 



(2 to remain over ; Copt. 



D aL-fl' 



ceene. 



SeP^t □©-'U-549,T.303,^^ 



Rechnungen 49, —»■ 
263, 



, P.S.B. 19, 



D © 
© 



© 



D 



sep-t 



c=i^' D ©illll' D ^111' D ©1' 
'^~**~~ hh^ remainder, remains, 
D HHo' gleanings. 

© © © > pots for storing corn. 



SeD Ra ^ r\ Palermo Stele, the name 



©ciz=i 



of a sun-temple. 



sep "byuw , worm, serpent. 



Sep-her 



D © 1 



Sallier IV, 13, 9, 
a god (?) 



sep ~0~ R^^- ^^' ^3^' *° ^^P^ Copt. 

dfl' cen, con. 

sep „ r^j f > Rec. 26, 64, tackle of a boat. 

sep -Ci^- , Thes. 1 1 24, couch, diwin. 

sep-t Q ^^, 1^ _/], stairs, steps. 

sep "^ Q^ , ^ \^ , to cut, to slay, 
to destroy, to smite. 



sep 



S 

Rev. 12, 21 = 



D © 



, Copt, ceene. 



sep 



, Rev. 13, 37, Nomes; see 



sep-ti(?) _^PP. Lit. 22, [1°P[5 = 

□ UUi two plumes. 

Sep Q^% Rec. 3, 49, a god. 

Sepit ^l, Berg. I, .9, ^^, a 
wailing-goddess, a form of Hathor (?) 

to benefit, to thrive, 
to prosper. 



sepa 
Sepa 



cww w j J ^- boh 



D 









>□<, U. 538, 

T. 305, -^ 

^y,|l°»€,B.D.r7,87 

"^ H-HH J , Rec. 30, 187, B.D. 69, 7 : (i) a 

reptile-god (?) ; (2) the chief of the seven spiriis 
who guarded Osiris. 



Sepa-ur 

T. 304, a god (?) 

Sepa-Heru 

— If 

329> r. 



Sepa of Horus. 

Sepa-her 



\ "^, M. 485, 



UlLLUlO " ^^^ - 



utiiuin C\ TT 



>»^»)^, T. 300, the 
'^, P. 270, 



cv:to" 



'4^^ % Rec 



O 
N. 1251, 
30, 199, the god with a [hideous] face like Sepa. 

Sepa-sM-t 



L=v] — fl, 



"^ I , Tuat III, a god of slaughter, 

sepi 



Rec. 3, 56, trough, 
basin. 



sepi 



sepi 



sepi 



□ 



5, 



Rec. 3, 50, crusts of 
' bread. 

Rec. 3, 45, rag, shred, 
strip of cloth. 

Rev. II, 167, thread; 

Copt, cenni. 



Sepi 

D W 

sepin(?) oX\ 



S [ 597 ] 

^ |, Rec. 3, 44, a god. 



IV, 670, a kind of 
wood. 



Sepeil(?) J, Ombos I, 186-188, 

one of the 14 kau of Ra. 



Sper D , Rec. 26.229, ° -A, 

□ ^"^s^, to come forth, to set out. 

S-per[r] —•*—<—>, to make to come 
forth; caus. of <::z> J\ . 



sper n 1 , to ask, to pray, to entreat. 



sepeh 
sephu 






a 



Amen. 7, 19, 11, 17, to 
lasso, to take captive. 



, order, command (?) 

H 

^==> /—^ , to write, 



:, the 



s-pekhar ^^ , 

to inscribe, to register. 

Sepkh-kenmem 

name of one of the 36 Dekans. 

seps ~a~ ] 
Sepsu ~D 

g 9c^ I Mission 13, 117 gods with dis- 
—it— f\ 1 ' bevelled hair. 



D 



Hh. 564, to shake down 
the hair (?) 

I, Rec. 31, 14, 



seps D ^^, to overthrow, to slay. 

seps ll T^, A.Z. 1906, 107, 109, to 

skip, to jump, to dance; van I Q I ^h^ . 
seps — H— D M |_J , to build. 
Sept-tl , , the two 

a o — - D •— 

lips ; see I . 

M l^t 

sept hen "o <::^c==q, upper lip. 

sept kheri ~^ o <A>, lower lip 
sept 



n c. \> I 

^AAA/\A 



D ©^ W 

, IV, 655, bank, shore; 



Pap. 3024, 67, the bank 
of the stream. 



sept ^ ^. ^ '^j a plant, hyoscya- 
mus (?) ; Copt, c^c{>'f", 

^®Pt ^ 1 ?. leg, thigh, foreleg. 

Sept - masti - ent - Ruruti "dT ^ ^ 



part of the hunting net of the Akeru-gods. 

sept ^ |\ |, ^/\^ fl' to be ready, 
prepared; ^_^ ; ^^ '^-^^j his soul is pre- 



pared • D A 1 *^ provided with a watchful, 
y ' [] U 1 ' intelligent face. 

%"^, the 

if mn 



Sept-metu a A 



name of the 6th Gate in the Tuat. 

S-pet a .^=<, to make to stretch, to 
extend; caus. of >=\.. 

Sef , N. 429, 



\s. ^, Ship\vreck 144, "^ , to cut, to 

slay, to kill. 



sef V , '^-^ V , knife ; plur. 

V\\^^ 1; Copt. CKqe, Arab. t_iL:> Eth. 
t}JS((. : , Syr. rsia-u», Gr. f/0oc. 

sef ^f^, Mar. Karn. 55, 67, ^, 

** Rec. 16, 141, to melt by fire, to boil, to 
(^ O' cook, to steep, to macerate. 



sefsef 
sefsef 



Q to melt by fire, to 
'{^' liquefy. 



to pour out, to overflow. 



sef-t 
sef 



/^, 



a kind of sacred 
oil. 



AQt' Peasant 316, Pap. 3024, 



io7> ^^'^j Q ^ "^J to '^e gracious, mild, 
CJ \ .. _ _ 



gentle, pitiful, compassionate; *^^— | Q^, Rec. 
13, 12, a soft answer. 

sef 2/), babe, child, boy; varr. \\ 



2 P 3 



[ 598] 



children, i.e., Shu and Tefnut. 



, the two 



W 



Sefi-peri-em-Hesher, etc. 



B D. 164, 8, a title of the Sun-god 

sfa 



"^^^ to strain, to purify; 

AA/\AAA J » 

AAAAAA 



see sefi. 



sfa-t 



annoyance, pitiful, clement. 



Sfa 
sfl 



A , Tuat I, a serpent-god. 






Aw A AAAAAA, Rec. 5, 96, 



O , Rec. 5, 95 > 

Rec. 5, 93, fl'^'^ ® , to mix, to mingle, to 
strain, to clarify, to purify. 

Sfen ^ a , IV,97t, ^ £> d^. Peasant 
150, to be patient, long-suffering, mild, gentle. 

Sfenu ^^ ^^, exile (?) orphan (?); plur. 

^^0%^, IV, 1076. 
sfenti * 
sefrit "^ 
s-fekh 



^ ^T A.Z. 1900, 30, a kind 
I 4 I m' of plant. 






, Hh. 452 



(I3, Rec. 29, 



open; caus. of <=>^', see 1 «=*^; 

^? fllj . . unwrapped. 

s-feklifekh *'^'=— j. ® „, to put off clothes, 

® V -1] 
to undress, to loose; see _ c=>*^. 

Sefekh '^^^^^ >K. ' ^^'^''t- ^212 

Sefek ^^^ \\ , to cut, to slay, to cleave. 

sefkek ^~^ , ^~^ (m, to pour 

out, to be poured out, exhausted. 
Sefth ^^ \v > to slay, to kill. 

sem — *— I \> form, image, kind, manner. 



sem 
sem 
semsem 



, to collect, to heap together. 
>ii^^, to bless; Copt. CJULOT. 



to bless, to pray. 

sem (?) - 



1 



a kind of 



metal ; see tcham. 

sem ^^^, -— f ^-^^ '%^ 






I I I 
I I i 



I, ^-=^ 



Copt. CIJUL 



^, ~^"<5, 



, herbs, vegetables ; 



sem, semati r\p, ^y^^' ^ 

AK^, = 'T^v : (i) a priestly official; (2) 
title of the high-priest of Coptos and Panopolis. 









semi-t -^, U.557, ti^, t^^> f^^' 



(see khaskh-t), Ci£^, — ^ 

, desert, hill country, hill cemetery; 

(\£\£), P. 82, M. 112, N. 86, hills; 

■^7^ IV, 1015, hill of truth, i.e., the 






grave ; 



hill of the spirit-bodies; 



, IV, 430, 

o 

11 AAAA/W ^ 



hill of the east ; "^^ 



, hill of the west 

Set Amentt (Semi-t Amentt) 



Q^O^n 



h ^^""^ B.D.G. 85, the mountain necropoHs on 
^ '^ ' the west bank of the Nile. 



a^+ /QoTvii+\ ■^~ Tuat I ; B.D.G. 8i, 

Set(Semit) ^, • 83, a god. 



Semti 









"]■ 



w 



w 



"]■ C""l ClE=3' 
1 



the nesu bati name of King 



o^> 



= sem-t, Rec. 28, 170. 



semsem 

horse ; plur. / 



^' , — , — ^' 



^ I- 



599 ] 



S 



smai 



JM^'^-'- T\M^ 



_JrJ'^- 4.8. T. 
258, 339, P. 6. .,N. 627, f, Jl J 

"r^^^ ^ ' Ih ^^ ' ^*^ unite, to join oneself 
to someone or something, to copulate ; ^ 
] ^ <rz> _ , joining heaven to earth 



s 



^^^ TT' P-^T"^' cemetery (?); 



sma en ta 



_> 



^^ 



the transport of a dead body over the river to 
the tomb. 



smai-ta 



I sLiJ 



-> 



ss 



, Rec. 34, 177, 



I 31 






Ji^ 



5, 



'^AAAAA <=>! "'"^*"^, Amherst I, 



I n 

to bury, burial, "union with the earth"; Copt. 

XOJJULC. 



sma ta 



Peasant 44, side of a field or road, border 



11 rr-p A^VvAA r> 

or edge of a road ; 4, 4, Q ' 
border of a field ; 



27, 



7\ ' * £5^' T^'^mw 



£5^, ^ ijp I ^^> the two sides of a road. 

sma-t Vi T'^? 



, gut, intestine, rec- 



3 



V^ 



, T. 328, "^ -^ ^ '^ 



turn, bowel ; 



Y^ o , Rec. 26, 80; plur 



sma 
sma-ti 



|X ''=tJ, phallus. 



%\\Ci 



, testicles. 



Smaiu X ^ ^ • . male relatives, kins- 
men, cousins, connections. 

smaihrunefer T(l!]| ^ ^I®' 

a m^n who assists at a festival, addicted to 
revelry. 

spouse, consort, wife, concubine. 

sm.ait T" 1\ "^ female relatives, con- 
Ill' nections, cousins. 



smaiut J()()-^ |, iv, 1081, J 

^ ^ ^ 1 , Peasant 191, "f f](l ^ 5^ | ' 



L^fl^r ^ 



Jf\<-'-J\^i\-^--^- 



179, 



' Rec. 3S, 291), 



I 



I I I 









•I 



Rec. 16, no. 



^AAO 



gang, com- 



pany, band, troop, evil allies, associates, con 
federates, fiends, devils ; T"^ ^^ ^ ■?) L-Jl 

n - 



5^ . I I ^anm ^' 



I I 



Bnni 
allies of Set. 



■M 



, Rec. 



Rec. 17, 113, a 
royal title. 



smait 'T 

24, 166, Y^ 

Smai(?) T^, IV, 200, part of the 
double crown 



sma ta | 1 . Methen, a title, governor (?); 



var. I 



2 P 4 



s 



[ 600 ] 



S 



smaitaui y^>a^ Palermo Stele, T 



, uniter of the Two Lands, 

i.e., of Upper and Lower Egypt— a royal title or 
name. 

Smaittaui(?) f^.^' throne room (?) 

smaiiii(?) T^S» J^^c. 27, 84, twin 

mountains (Gebelen ?) 

Rec. 31, 12, the title of a god. 

Smaifo, f=(l(j^ 

c=z hh ^., a name of Set. 

145, 146, VI, 23, the doorkeeper of the 6th 
Pylon. 



Smaiu 



!, 



© 



L=J]i 



!, 



!, 



j B.D. 17, 138, I 8a, 2, H. I, 19, 
I ' 5, Nesi-Amsu 22, 11, fiends. 



Smaiut 



I, Rec. 31, 168, 



(^ 



W 



M' 



J" 

a group or company of gods; 
P.S.B. 13, 569. 

the two goddesses Isis and Nephthys. 

Smati-uati 

15, a divine title. 

Smatt-Bast 



i:f]:g. B-D-69. 



^ ^ffl^ B.D. 125, 
f\>^^ U ®' see Basti. 



Smai-Nu T°°°, J^r:, Mission 






r ^ er. T (^ -. — r EdfA I, 79, a title of the 
[3.50, ^ ^;i=^, Nile-god. 

Smai-ta 



-god. 
Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 70). 

Smai-taui Y , 11 V X, D.R.G. 60, 



I. 



H 



, IV, 82: (i) a serpent-god ; (2) 

a moon-god ; (3) a Horus-god of '"^ J ^=^ Jj ; 
(4) a title of Set. *^^^^ 



Smai-taui 



33: 



D 



^VS' 



B.D.G. 348, a title of Harpokrates son of 
Hathor. 

smalt T'§\ ^ assembly, reunion, 
«"^^^^ * mc=-=' gathering. 

«°^^^-*I^n' J ()[1-, enclosure, 
a shut-in place ; plur. ^ y y , , , • 

Smai-t ^^, IV, 1 12 1, bolt (?) fastening. 



sma 



142, 

to mix ; 

a mixture of six parts 

sma kh-t 



3 



, 'J'f'L^, Rec. 16, 



^Lil' 



1 1 



/wwvA KoUer i, 7, 

III 



Metternich 



Stele 20, X i-^'*-. ) to eat. 



sma[i]u keku ^ "^ ^ J | j 

V^ t-y-s I J thick darkness, utter darkness, 
outer darkness, gloom, obscurity; varr. Y'^^y^ 



I' 



f^^'IM^'Ikf.^- 



'^' T^^^ll"^"^' ^ev- 6, 147, temple, 
lock, tress, hair ; Copt. CJUL^'Jf. 



sma 
sma 



, tree with thick foliage. 

eaves, 



<t 



I I I ■ vy _£^ ji^s:^ I I I 
foliage, twigs, branches, vegetables. 



smait 



f}-^:^7^, Rec. 8, 171, 
couch, bed, bier, mat, platform, part of a boat. 



sma 



to render clear or 
visible. 



[601] 



S 



S-ma -=a^ / , lo make to see ; caus. of 



sma ^^^, Metternich Stele 41, / \\ 
ibid. 157, / \v ^ -/>) to cut up, to slay. 

sma ~~*^~ }S ^^' ^'4' ^ beast slain a; 

S" ^^^ ' an offering 



Smaur-Bekha 



-> 



^^, Ombos II, 139, the bull-gods Smamur 
and Bachis. . 



\ 



Sma-kheftiu-f -^ 

Tuat III, a ram-god. 

^ J gj , to pray, to 



smasma 

recite; var. 

smaa 



■M »- 



^!. 



n- 



to feed; Copt. TJUl.O(?). 



s-maar 



_> 



q 






, IV, 1 1 99, 



[1 v>» , to make miserable, to op- 
press ; caus. of ^ ^^^ (1 v>^ . 

S-maa — •♦— ^^ , to make true, to justify, 

to prove true or innocent, to correct, to pay 
what is due or obligatory, to discharge a duty 

or debt, to dedicate ; caus. of ^^ } . 



S-maa kheru 



^ 



Rec. 29, 147, 3J I ^gf , —\ 



J?i I , to make true 

the word, i.e., to prove innocent, to procure the 
acquittal of someone. 



, M. 785, to equip 



smai 

a boat, to rig a boat. 

s-mau 



(^ w 



, to 



repair, to renew, to rebuild ; caus. of __^ 



W 



S-mau -^ _^ "^ ^ I , Mission 13, 
58 ; caus. of ^A^i" 



smam 



-> 



^^^ 



~Tf\ ""^^ to slay, 
^J^L-=fl' to kill. 



L=Z1' -> 

smamu_^ ;^^^^, slaughterer. 

smam / 



B.D. 62, 5, a bull-god 

Smamit 






, Ombos II, 



233, a cow-goddess of offerings. 

Smamiur J, T \ ^^Pn' Denderah 
IV, 79, a bull-god or goddess. 

smam / ^^^ ( , IV, 809, to crush ; 



_> 



J 



, to crush foreign lands. 



smam (s-am) / 

kindle, to set fire to ; caus. of 



k1- 



to 



smam-t (s-am-t) I ^ 

Pap. 3024, 13, blaze, a kindling, 
(of darkness V^ ^""^^ ). 

smasu "^ 



% 



I , dense 



MRec. 27, 84, eldest, first- 
' born; see smesu. 

smasu-t (smesu-t) J-J^^, ^t!^') 

sma -^-M— • y of > herald, reporter, an- 
nouncer; Copt. CJUUULe. 

Smiail 1* y (WNAAA , H ^^\ y AAAAAA ^ U. I 4, 

a kind of incense. 

sma (?) 



, to kill, to slay. 



s-mar — «— ^|\ , Rec 32, 79, to 

please, to make happy, to adorn, to decorate ; 



[ 602 ] 



-^^^ ^. . , . .^1 I to set in good order, to adorn, to beautify, to 

adornment, decoration, rich or festal j to sei in g.u ' ^^ ' 



smi-t fl Q ^ T' shadow, protection, 

avenging gods and fiends. 

smu — 1^^. U- 506, -^ %^^, 

T. 321, flesh, members. 

smuu (ors-m-un) 

Peasant 44, — t^ ^ 

Smep ^=^ ^^ , slaughter, death 



apparel, j ^^^^^^ richly ; caus. of ^ 5 



|l 



A , adornment. 



s-menkh-t diii^ 

/V\A/\AA 

SmenkhitS-g,R-.3,54.agcKl- 



Smen-ti (?) ^^^^^ ^ , a lioness-goddess. 

o — M — o " (imn 

smeri 



assuredly, really and 
truly, verily. 



smen t^^Hih, P. 124, M. 93, N. 100, incense. 



nfflD , emery ; var 

s-meh-t — H- 

to forget ; caus. of 

s-meh 



rn , Rec. 26, 79, to make 



ra 



/W\AA^ 



w 



s-men 



^/w^A/^ 
1097, 



to flood, to submerge, to fill 
'^, p. 635, M. 5,0, N. .09., ; -=SXS4=' Ml- 

, flooding. 



Q "J , P. 636, 637, M. 512, 514, N. 1095, 
- "^^ i Rec. 30, 187, S ] , to 
stablish, to fix firmly in position, to establish one- 
self: caus. of "^^^ il; Copt. cAxme, ccA^m. 



smehit 



°^ 



AAAAA/N 
AAAAAA 



smen-smen diii±i tiiiiii , T. 398, M. 400, 

AA/VAAA rAA/NA^ 



to establish, be established. 



smen 



f^^*^^ 



, order, foundation. 



smen i^^^^^ ft , bronze 



Smeh °'=^ ^^, a kind of boat or ship. 



to pray, to 
beseech. 

smeh -^ T I i^' ^ t '^*^' ^*^'^- 

IS. 152, garlands. 

smehi -^»- t\ § _, ^=.—0, the 



smen t^^"^ ^^' Mettemich Stele 62, 
efiiii ^ ^^, a kind of goose ; Copt. CAXOTIte. 



left hand, the left side ; Gr. 'A^/tax ; see Hero- 
dotus II, 30. 

S-meS — «— [1 I , to deliver a woman ; caus. 

of f] n^; Copt. oJULecio. 



smesmes 



= negesges 



Smen diiiiii %^, t^^^JJ], b.d. 17, 37, 



AAAAAA , t.o overflow. 

AAAAAA 



1 J 11 • R*''^^^ . Mar. Aby. j 

agoose-god, a dweller in R^AAAAAc=rD, j ' | smeSU 



D 



Smenu .^^^^ ( , image, figure 



Smennu 



D^^,T.24,agod. 

smenu So%1^,^^^' '5. '^9, to 

/wsAAA Jr J^ rage, to shake. 

s-menmen -^ , / ^ > ^ \l,^> 

wAAA /wwvA 7^ to unsettle. 

1 11 1 1 » ■ ■ f 11 1 1 ■ 

to make to move ; caus. of /\ . 

AAAAAA »UV\AAA 



r-^ ^ cD ' eldest, firstborn. 

smesu ~*~ P 1^' T M^' '^*^*^ °^ ^^^ 

high-priest of Metelis. 



[ 603 ] 



S 



smesun 



:r:^. 



-M /WAAAA 



T=T, pot, vessel. 



smeseru(?) -^ 

Rev. 1 1, 90 

Smet — M— ^s^^ I -j| ; see Mesta, one of 
the four sons of Horus. 



Smet -^ |n^ 1 J, ^erg. I, 17, a croco- 
_gJ^ I ^ dile-god. 

smet, smetsmet ^ , («=o) 



-god. 



B.D. 125, Neg. Con. 15 

— «— £) 
smet .... , Famine Stele 17 






/•=a' 



B.D. 58, 5, the rudder in the magical boat. 

Smeti ^'"'^ Rcc. 5, 95, to paint the 
^ \\-^5-' eyes. 

Smetti (^^ "^ ^^ Q , B.D. 144, the 
Watcher of the ist Arit. 



s-metr 



C^^ii 



semthek 



f=xi) 



, Rec. 17, 44; caus. 



, part of the name 



ofPsammetichus; with fem. art. ^ 
\ A.Z. 1881, 68. 

Smet- 



one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. 



smet — H— t: 
smet ^= 



underHngs ; see 1 



sen '^'^'wvA ^ ^ 

I I I AAAAAA O III 

them, their ; see I 



, eye paint (?) 

I , servants, subordinates, 

I 

o ^ ill I 

■H— 

, Rec. 4, 30, they, 



sen-nu 



On 



sen 



I t 

, second, fellow. 

to bow, to pay homage, to 
entreat. 



Senu '^^^, suppliant. 



Senn-ti -vwvaa 11 , worshipper, adorer. 

/VAftAAA \\ j\ 

sennit -^^11 |l|lo. B.D. i68a, 

T T /WVAAA I I 

2 2, acclamations. 

sen, sena '^'^'*^, '^"'^^ I , u^, (J , 

to smell, to kiss, to do homage, adoration. 

genu "y^ ^, IV, 1220, homage. 

— H — ^ 
Senn-t /vwwv ^ , kiss, embrace. 

/WAAAA y* 



sen ta '^r^ 



, IV, T028, 



O 



¥ 



is' 



' ^ ' £) I I s ' W £) 



5X 



W £> 



^^_^ I'^'S^^^ ^' ^^'^°^' 



i 33: 



/wwvA ^ to smell the earth, 



o s^ ^ U 

to kiss the earth, to do homage by bowing with 
the face to the ground. 

, Mar. Aby. II, 36, 



senn ta aaa/wa 

AAAA/VA I I S 

to kiss the ground, i.e., pay homage 



sennti ta aaaaaa ^ 

AA/V\AA \\ 

16, payer of homage. 



31 



, Amen. 14, 



send, ta 



sen t ""^"^^ 

' 3 



sensen 



AAAA/VA AA/VW\ 



3 , adorer, worshipper. 

Rec. 16, 56, to smell {i.e., 
kiss) the hand. 

to praise, to acclaim ; 
Copt. CeXcCJL3X. 



4=, 



sensen 3, 

A^A/WA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA 
I H A —** •♦— AAAAAA — « M 

3 O, 3, 

I AAAAAA AAAAAA \\ AAAAAA AAAAAA 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



(1 ^, AAAAAA £), to breathe, to snuff the air. 
Sensen-ti "^ £> , a breathing. 

AAAAAA AAAAAA W 

sen^*~\, ^L^, "^l]V' 

AAAAAA ^\ ^^~«. AAAAAA 1 ^\ 



^^'^'^ '*55^ , to cut, to cut off, to split. 

Sen-t '^'^'^'^ \\ , a slit, a cutting, wound. 
Sen^ (] \\ , slayer ; fem. tj "^ / 

AAAAAA I ^\ AAAAAA 1 ^d 



senn v^, T. 353, 



AAAAAA 



S^, Mission 13, 117, 



to slit, to cut open, to overthrow; 'vaaaaa {[n v\, 

AAAAAA I I _ZI 

those who cut. 



s 



[ 604 ] 



sen TZD T) ° I ploughshare; Copt. cme. 

sen-t ~^ == o, u. 431 > va'"- 

~^^^,T. 247. 

, T. 247 ; 



Aft/VVAA WAAAA Ml 

sensen-t 



var. 



/WWVA '^'^'^'^^ III 
^, U. 431- 



« 4. """ *~" (11/ N. 706, a mytho- 

Sensen-t ^ v^ ^ , j J^j^^j ,^^;^ij^y 

sen (not Sensh) ^~^ immr, to open ; see 

t.. I 

sen, seni ^*~, U. 235, ':^, ':^:^ L— fl, 



AAAAA/V AAAA/VA AAAA/NA 






A, 



IV, 1220, 

\\7^ /SAAA/NA 

It^ 

Roller Pap. 5, i, ^^ J^, Metternich Stele 240, 

1] (J (3 f A , to open, to expand, to throw 

open a door, to pass over or away from, to pass 

on in front ; late forms are : (J <. ' tj U 

AAA/VAA 

^^'^^^ A , Rev. 11, 174; Copt. Cine. 



senn, senni '^^^'^ a , '^^''^ \ J\ , "^^"'^ 

AAA/V\A AAAAAA (VAA/WA 

J /VWSAA \\ , AsAAAA^ \\ (J (J \[ -A ) A.Z. 

A AAAAAA A /VVWVA I I 

1907, 125, Rec. 36, 201, to pass over, to go 
beyond, to pass in front, to pass away from, to 
flutter away (of a bird) ; — ' i aaa~na \\ \ y\ , way, 

AAAAAA 

road; Copt. cni.em, CItHmi. 



senni ^AA^AA ^ ^^ — 

/V\AA/V\ j\ 



A/VAAAA 
/VVVVAA 



l\/\A/\AA 
AA/VVAA y\ 



, officer, leader, chief, fighter 



in the van of an army ; plur. ^AAAAA \\ "^^^ \^ \ , 
Anastasi I, 23, 6, Mar. Karn. 53, 38, [1 

AA/\AAA I 



D S ^ I 
A A A,P. 4i>M. 62 



■PI 



O 



A A A, N. 29. 



seni ^, ^^^^^!^, ~^ ^ ^^ , 

sufferer, a wretched, needy, or miserable man. 

seni meni ^^ ^~~^ ^^ ^^, Tutankh. 

W A ^ X I 1 I 
;;33JJ;;3; tzz> diiiiili X — w— >^ — > .umii, 



P. iii6b, 38, 54, in a state of flux and ruin, 
topsy-turvy. 



^i'^ 



, P. 365, 



sen-t 

N. 1078, lie, false statement. 

Senndf ftA^A^A ^^^^ , ^AAAA^ [1 "^^6 , AAAAAA [I ^^ 
AAAAAA AAAA/V\ I /VAAAAA 1 /I 

.^v^ , sufferer, sorrower ; plur. aaaa/'a {1 ^^ . 

^H^ AAAAAA I I I I 

sen-t /wvAAA , decay, a passing away. 

O. 0-3 III 

sen ^C3, Rev. 14, 34, clay. 



30Q vww\ /wwvA'^— — ) XheS. I2Q7, '^'"'^'^^ 

>* ' W ^ W J\ 



to copy, to make a likeness or transcript of any- 
thing. 



ti 

senit ^'"'^^o, p. 424, M. 607, N. 121 2, 



w 



W A W X 



^^•"^^ \ Thes. 1286, '•'^'^ (1(1 , Rev. 14, 68, 

Ci I '^ I ■ ^ I 1 1 I 

model, copy, likeness, archetype (of a book) ; 
z:>, IV, 1 150, in likeness of. 



senn aawva , Rev. 6, 29, AAAwv I , 

AAAA/W I AAAAAA ■ '~' ■ 



.^'^=^, 



W 



, Rec. 19, 93, /wwvA 

AAAA/VA 

ilj Thes. 1122, copy, duplicate, transcript, 
J I ' list, notes of a case, report. 

^ 

— H — y ) <:z> 

Sen-t-Ra ^'^'^^ 

^ A D 



, B.D. 115,7, 
\ - -II i_i 

the " similitude of Ra." 

oAmn 1 1 IV, 1032, to make a 

T T copy or likeness. 

likeness, image, copy, figure, statue. 

Senen /wwva I 1 >k, Denderah II, 11, 

AAAAAA T I 

-^^^"^, one of the 36 Dekans. 



sennu 

AAAAAA 
AAAA/>A 



sen-t, senat " f\ 



A/VWV\ V > 



AAAAAA /VAAAAA i 



AAAAIVA . TT.t|x. 



AAAAAA 



AAAAA'v 

A~vvvA tiiiiii ' ci anmiir 
, draughtboard and 



draughts; |J fl'j'l^^ 

at draughts. 

sen-t '^'^'^'^ , case, box. 



'^'■'^'^ , to play 



s 



[ 605] 



aa-nni /9\ aaaaaa < — ' __ a countcr iTi a 
^ ^ W y\ game. 



sen-t (?) ^'"''^ , Peasant 2^, a kind of 

^ ' o aniDlll 



stone; compare 11.1.^^^, ruby(?) 



Sen-t "^'^'^^ i — 3 : see ~'*'^'^ 



Senn ^;^^^^^: see -^'^-^^S^, foundation. 



I, Rec. 



senn ^ ^ ^ ^ o, ^ 

4, 22, a precious stone, ruby(?) 

Sen^ (?) " (1 (3 I^ -, winds, breaths. 

sena, senna ~^*~ 1) % t ^ ' ^~^ fl 

' 7^ , AAAAAA \\ (1 *!K ^ 7^ , to pass ; see 



sen 



senana [J ^AAA^A (1 cs f a, Amen. 7, i, 

/www I I "^ 

pass quickly. 

Senan (?) ^ "] ^ , Berg. I, 13, a god, 
a defender of the dead. 



ra^ 



, B.T). 145, 



senah 

IX, 34, injury, damage. 

senas t] 'Qf» -^•^- ^9°^> i°3i ^^^ 



sena '^'^^'^ , to turn back, to repulse. 



H Y 

8-naa c 






, with I r. ^ , to reduce 
to the consistence of paste (of drugs used in 

/W\A 

medicine), to knead ; caus. of — 



, B.D. 125, III, 20. 



seni-t 

cabin, box ; Copt. certH 



, ^^AAA/^ 



, "^'^'^^ , case, chamber. 



86mi 'WWVA ^ ^ AAAAA/\ 

OS ' o 

/^^/^'^'^ j r \ aaaaaa aaaa/vn 

' D (^3)' D 



AA/WVV 



^f^. 



£» 



W £) Ml' 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 

(3 (^3)' D (3 I 1 I 



M 1' o Jr 



i5 I 



I AAAAAA n (3 
I AAAAAA 1 



, Rev. 1 2, 99, bread, bread cakes : ~^'^~*^ 0=^ 
^''"^, IV, 768, AnnalesIII, no. 



genu '^ %\ -f) ! T uat VII, a company 
J^ ^ I ' of gods who fed Ra. 

senu ~^, ^, N. 62, "^ Q, t. 268, 

pot, vase, vessel, jar. 

senu w> ^' 3' 4. ^\''ne of Pelusium ; 

DO' Gr. 2,,;,/. 

senu ^y\ — «, Methen, assessor of taxes. 
senu gAA^ |j] , physician (?) ; Copt. CA.em. 
genu ^^^^ j^s^, to see, to weep(?) 

Senu(?) -wwvA Q t^ ^ B.U. 64, 14, dis- 
^ '^ 1^^— ^ Jl trict(?) 



genu '"""^^ 'SJN ; see '^^''^ a . 

D Jr 7\ — 



lege, right. 



sennu '^'^^^ v>, , , vw>^ ^ 

JlLLji AAA/WV (2 L=J 



, privi- 



SenU AAAAAA t^g_« 



D Jf< 



[ Nastasen Stele 
'65 



w 



, Nastasen Stele 68, 

W 



senui ^^aaaa 

O Jr^I I O SH ^ AAAAAA t==) 

s-nukh -^^^^fl, L.D. III, 140C, to 

burn up, to scorch, to shrivel. 

senut (senupet?) aaaaaa^"^^^ JL^ 

Jl F=^ I I I AAAAAA Jl n \ 

senb "^ j n, p. 453, ^^ Jj n, wall, 

AAAAAA ^I !■ .1 AAAAAA «sdj J_L 

fortification. 

senb-t ""^ I o, u. 438, "^ il - /I , 

AAAAAA .eC) AAAAAA «£l) 3_J 

T. 250, j , wall, fortification; plur. 

AAAAAA «sC) I 

"^J-[[°,P.3o6,"^Jo(155,R352, 

AAAAAA ..sij J_t O AAAAAA ^ AAA 

N. io67,~^J-/|/|/|, N. 741,"^ I 

AAyvAAA ^ «_J «_l «_J AAAAAA ^ 

N. 164, J% 01, Rec 27, 59, I 

AAAAAA -«i) ^jU. 3_C I AAAAAA -siJ 

senb " 1] T^T ^ cool, wholesome wind 
AAAAAA -J T or breeze. 

senb-t ~^ 1 ^i?. P- 392, N. 1 166, A.Z. 

AAAAAA *sil lA 

1880, 49, beaker, jar, libation vessel; plur. 



[ 606 ] 



senb — ^ J ^' ^^^- 5' 96, Q ^ 5, 

Rec. 5, 9a, 95, to bind, to tie, to tear into strips, 
strip of cloth or linen, bandage. 

, . '^^^^ Hymn Darius 23, to 

S-neDl —**— i^^> make to swim. 

.6,57,31.18, J 0, Peasant ..5, to be 

overthrown (?) to be evilly entreated (?) 
senba-t ^ (j q. Jar, vase, vessel, pot. 

senp "^''^^ \\ , to cut, to slay. 

■"■"^tk ^ ! slaughterers, slaugh- 
Senpu -2" ^ -^ j , ^ 'terings. 

genf ^^/^, ^ff|*i' ^^^fiti' 

blood ; Copt, crtoq. 

senfu '"^^"^ \^ t^ ''^^''^ > ^ fl^^^ ®^ blood. 

ge]2f wwvA /^ =®s:, bloody-eyed. 

Senfiu ^^ Q (1 ^ /I?"i ^' ^°^^ °^ ^^°°^' 

or gods of blood colour. 

genf ^^ V , '^'^^^ V I , knife (?) 

, garment, raiment,. dress. 



senf "''^■^^ 

, Ij^^^^O, last year; var. 
; Copt. crtoTq. 



o 



S-nef '^''^ I^ ^, Peasant 279, to unload 
a boat, to give relief to. 

s-nefi 



AAAAAA 

w 
s-nefekhfekh 



to produce air, to 
fan. 



!■ 






7^ ' 



to loosen, to untie, to undo mummy bandages ; 



caus. of "^^s^ ^ i . 

s-nem (s-unem) 

IV, 352, 



i, A.Z. 1880, 



49» 

lx>ve Songs 8, 5, 



/VV/VNA 



I 



Qk'^l'"'-'^''''" 

supply with food, to enjoy food, to eat raven- 
ously ; caus. of unem. 

s-nemm (s-unem) "^ ^^d^' 

Rec. 36, 81, to feed, to satisfy with food, to 
devour ; caus. of unem. 

" ( ^\ 1^ Q5i, Peasant 282, 
( ¥^ "^^5 ^ ' greediness, voracity, 



snem 



snem 



snem 



^1 

SAAAft 2 



A/WAAA 
I I I 



CUD 



abundance, 
plenty. 

, IV, 1 184, 



, food. 



snem-t 



IV, 1054, 1055, 



, IV, 753, ( 

AAAAAA Ji 



IV, 1 1 58, food supply, provisions, offerings 

in abundance. 



snem, snemm ( 

AAAAAA 1 



I I I 



i AAAAAA 

', A.Z. 1873, 151, 



spawn of fish {^^ ^ ^ | ) ' 



snem 



i 



I I I AAAAAA J 



/VAAAAA Jl mi*\^ C* " III AAAAAA 

to grieve, to mourn, grief, sorrow. 



I I i 



snem ab (hat) 

heart, sorrow. 

snemm 



■O- 



^^ Y' g^'^^ °^ 



A.Z. 1906, 113, ^^nx^' ^^"0:1,' 

AAAAAA I ' ' 

■; »- 

to tear out the hair in grief; 

AAAA/ 

'^, Mission 13, 229. 



S-nem 



d^^, IV, 911, \ 

Jl _cH^ >^ 1 AAAA^VA n 



I AAAAAA 

, to pray, to supplicate, to beg ; see 

O JD AAAAAA g jQ 

^|^;caus.ofj|^||J. 



[607 ] 



k^^ciki^ir- , \ 



snem ^5-rJ, 



AA/VSAA I 



W,Tombos8, (1^%>3-J 

flood, storm, tempest, thunder rain. 

Snem, Snemmti 'wwv^>5_^, 
s-nema ^•— ( / — n , to step, to walk ; 



Set. 



5^ 
^7\ ■ 



cans, of 

Snemf ^^^"^ 







; see 



r\ AAAAAA q 

I o ^ 1 



D W 



^'^^ Rec. 5, 92, the god of the pre- 
O ' ceding year. 



s-nemeh 



^v fi % ^ /wwvv^ R \j| ^ J.Q humble oneself, to 
abase oneself, to beg, to pray, to supplicate; 



CaUS. of (wyvw 



s-nemmeh 



35. 125, 



%, to humble 



oneself, to beg, to pray ; caus. of ^''•/wv ( ^^^ 



snemehu 



I AAAAAA 



<2 ^ Q^ I , A.Z. 1905, 28, prayer, 
petition, entreaty, supplication, begging. 

Snemkhef t\ 



a serpent-god in the Tuat. 

s-nems — h— (I ^v M ^, to feed, to 
nourish, to fill, to provide with. 

"^ ^ra'^^, Rev. 3,38, 



s-neh. '^'^"^^ , 

to enslave, to reduce to subjection, to regulate ; 
see s-nehi. 



s-nehi ^^^^^w^ iv, i-?o, 1006, '^'^^^ j\, 
ra m ^ raw 



Rec. 4, iti, '■^^'^^ 
' •* ' ra 



ora 



ra 



ra ^s, Of > to muster soldiers, 

to place soldiers in their positions for fighting, 
to marshal forces, to register, to make an 

inventory: ^^ ^^ ^^, 1^' '°°^' '° ^fg'^.t^'' 
ra 7\ I \> a district. 

Sneh Ra ^ ^ , the name of a festival. 

ora^r 1 



f| -^^, A.Z. 1900, 20, 
to make watchful or vigilant, to keep awake ; 



s-nehas ^^^^^ 
ra 



caus. of 



ra 



^p^ 



j^^ or 



ra 



Snehaqarha (?) ^^^^ 



ra 



ra 

wwvA © , B.D. 162, 2, a mythological locality ; 

D 



A 



— , AAAAAA 



snehu ra ^ "=0 ' ^- D- (^afte) 75, 3, 

AAAAAA ■/? 

part of a building (?) 

s-nehep ^~wv\ ^ /wvaaa t/i. vwnaa J 
„ ran ran ran U* 

, to marshal troops, to set in motion (of 
the Stars ^ (j[j ^^^J; caus. of ^^ A. 

s-nehemhem ~^ ra ^ m, Sphinx 

14, 206, to make a noise; caus. of ra I iJ 



L=ZI' 



sneh 8L=vi, 

AAAAAA A ' 

T' 'I AAA/W\ A /T AAAAAA A *- , ^ AAAAAA 






(® 



L^' 



AAAAAA 



X 



(@ 



§1' — ^IT .m 

~ "^ , to tie, to bind, to fetter; Copt. CCOrt^. 

snehneh " \ a^aaaa 8?^, to tie, to 

AAAAAA A A 

bind, to fetter ; Copt. COJrtg,. 

Sneh-t ""*" ? ^, band, fillet, tie. 

AAAAAA A ® 

snehu ~^*~ ? % x '''"^*"& bandage, tie, 
AAAAAA X ji ' fetter. 

snehu ~^ ? ^^, wings (?) feathers (?) 
make a ruin of ; caus, of aaaaaa 



[ 608 ] 



S 



s-nehem 'tXT ^gv L-J], to rescue, to 

deliver; caus. of ^ ?\ ^ ^j Copt. no£,eJUt.. 

snehem ^ ^ ^ i^ » ^^- 328, N. 159, 

15, 161, grasshopper, locust; plur, 't^ ^^ V 
^^ I ; Copt, c^rtne^,, Heb. D^^D . 

snekha-t ^^ o /^, droppings from the 
f nose. 



s-nekht ^^'^^7 „JV,657,-^i— ^:^^^^— ii, 

IV, 1154, to strengthen; caus. of S'^'*" ^ J] 

S-nekhtU ^^ ® t^ ^ ^bers Pap. 80 
•o^^ ri Jl I I I I, rigor (?) 

sens 'VAAAAA <Q, to smell ; see -w^. 

sens ^*~ P'i. iv, 1063, 

I rjv, A.Z. 1906, 108, AAAAAA j) J /WWV\ 
AAAAAA I y^l It- 

/v/\AA/v\ ]1 JSv 'V^^VW M W ^ 

to praise, to acclaim, to adore. 



sens 






I — "^ 



I , A.Z. 35, 16, praises, hymns. 



Sens-aab-t ^AAAAA tk 1L=., xuat xii, a 

singing-god of Sinaitic origin (?) 



IILIIIIII 






X 



', B.D. 149, XIV, 7, ^^'^^ Y\ 

1 ' oojr 



X 



r w 1 a' I \\ 1 ' 

v^A^ ^ -^'^^ 1, to open, to unbolt 

a door : see sesh QED. 

senshu '^^^^%'^.b.d 7c t ^^rp 

Rec. 16, 130, chambers. 

Senshit ^ (]() ^ ^ |, Tuat I, the 

serpent-goddesses who open the.gates to Afu-Ra. 



s-neshemshem '^^^^ 



00 



Sphinx 14, 209, to sharpen, to file; caus. of 



s-neshen 
S-neshni 



^ C3a f^, ^o Pierce, to 
AAAAAA ^> — A open ; caus. 



'vwsAA v\ X' Y 



/\/\/yAA/v 



I ' ' AAAAAA \\ I I 



,wvwx /wwvA^^=-=^ Storm, bad weather, 



senshen 



r~vn 



— **— rm 



/\A/V\AA AA/VVAA 



the storm-fiend. 
, B.D. 38A, 8, /..'., 



lily, lotus; Heb. JttJ^ttJ, ]U?itr, 
Syr- lAiia;, Aram. fc^n^tT^U?, Arab, ^r^, 

Lj-r. aovaou. 



Senshen 



/V/VWV\ AA/VSAA 



^'^'vwv A Ij B.D. 



38A, 8, lily of feldspar (associated with "~^ j| 



} 



» , , H ^ <■ H 

s-neq '^^^^^ v, IV, 020, ^'^'^'^ _/) ^/ws^a 

^^, '^^^^, ^^^, to suckle; 

JTj8' P J-2^,lV,92o;caus.(?) 
compare Heb. pT^ Copt. cconiC. 



Sena ^^^^ 

Z3 



ftA/VNAA 



, title of the 



high-priestess of Apis, and of the high-priestess 
of Libya Mareotis. 



Senk ^A^.:s~^j Gol. 14, 131, greediness. 

senki '^^'^^ w 



senk-hat 



Amen. 7, 14, 18, 8, 
greedy man(?) 

"O* B.D. 174, 19, 
I ' strong-willed. 

— »* — ^ II r\ 

senk ftAAAAA ;F^=^^ -NAAAAA U g V^S^ Q ^2. 

1900, 27, 1906, no, ^A^vwv^f^^ nignc, even- 
S — * " m«;, darkness. 



senk ^^^^ -^^ , sight 

senk, senk-ti 



II j = stu-t ^ - ^" I , rays of light. 

Senk ^;^0 = *i^ ^-^^ ^68, a light- 
"^ziriJB Ho' god, a title of Ra. 



Senki "^^^ iJlJ ®' '^'^'"^ of Seti I, one of 
the 75 forms of Ra (No. 9). 

Senkit ^~^ '^ T"at yill, a goddess in 
'^zz^ O ' the Circle IJapseshmu s. 



[609] 



S 



Senk-her ^^ O^, Tomb of Seti I, 
'wvws Q Y ^ ^ a light-god, one of the 75 forms 
of Ra (No. 62); read Sti-her J* ^ ^, 

1 = 






senk, senk-ti ^^^ Q, 

sti "^ Q , to light a fire. 

senk-ti '^^ ^ f^ = sti *^f^ ^, to 

pour out. 



■^ w 



senkti '^^^ ,Rec. 16, 57,'^'*'^^ _ . 

seed, to beget. 



NVV/>AA nil ,«=2) = 11 



(«=Q), to emit 



Senktiu 



w 



1? 



= Stiu 



C^^^ Asiatic and Nubian desert 
dwellers. 



I I I 



Senktett 
sent ~^*~ ll ^ , 



O 



Hh. 339 ; see 
Sektett. 

Rec. 13, 58, custom, use, 
wont ; Copt. COJrtX. 

sent Hi ^, Jour. As. 1908, 289, 

WVWA U IJ I >*V 

creatures, created things ; Copt. CCAJItT. 

senti 






, IV, 1085, ^'^'^^ ( , Rec. 
ci \\ J) 

3, 46, statue, figure, likeness; ==, , ,^, 

Sphinx Stele 2, 7. 



senti '•'^'^^ S^, to found, to establish; 



see I 

sent 



w 



^^]), something founded or 



established, ground, the solid earth. 



senti '^^^ s^ , ^.^vws ^^ 



AAAAAA 









, foundation ; Copt. cftTe. 

O the bottom of 
±^=3' anything. 

, founda- 



senti '*'^^'^'^- ^ AAAA^vx 



VVAAAA 
/VAft/V\A \\ 



sennti aawvn (9) a , vva^ 

tion ; Copt, cftxe. 

senti ta ^^'^^ (s) i 

to lay a foundation, the earth's foundation ; 



s 



/VAAA^A \\ 



^, Rec. 21, 90. 



sent, senti ^c>, ^"^^^ <<^ = I 

^ii" and I "^ X, fear; Copt. C^^.^-. 

sentu (stut) ^^^^ (1 I , ^^ ^ fl ' ' 

fire, flames. 



sentit '^'^'^^ 



III 



y Rec. 6, 147, matter of the 



senti (sti) ^"'^^ r=Ti> = Hv f=^, to 

beget. 



o I 

I 
o I 



body, bodily members; var, I \/ c:^^ (|(1 

Senti ^^'^^ Aj, 1 = stiu, desert dwellers. 

iCi \\ ^—^ I 



sent 

^AAA/^A 

cry, to grieve. 

's-neter — «— J^ , to cense, to purify, 
to smoke ; see s-nether and nether. 

senter j o, the substance used in 

censing or smoking, incense. 

Senthes ^^^^ H , Tuat X, a light-goddess. 

sentegsi 



/WNAAA 



Rec. 13, 53 = Gr. 



senth ^ 

— t 
senth-t ^"""-^^ 



, to found, to establish. 

^^ establishment, provision, 
->«t-.* endowment. 



senth-t ^^'^^ o i , ^^^^ = ^Z^ , fear. 



Senthit ^'^^ ijtJ p ' » ""'^ 4m t^ ' ^^^' 

6, 148 : (i) the bodily members ; (2) the name 
of a goddess ; var. 1 >/ ^=^^ U U ° ■ 

sent '^"''^'^ ^ , ' 



\^^, Rec. 30, 187, to 



fear ; see I "^-^ . 

sent-t """^^ ^^ 

Copt. CIti.T. 



t, 



^^ ,„,fear; 



^ sentu — *— ^^ (2 , timid man. 

sent ""^ [^ , foundation ; Copt, citxe. 

Sent "'"''^ i , Tuat VI, a warder-god. 

2 Q 



s 



[610] 



, to make happy 



, to pro- 



s-netchem — n- 

or pleasant; caus. of | ^^ j^- 

s-netohem -^ | ^ ^, to rest, to sit, 

to be at ease, to seat someone. 

s-netchem sti 

duce a sweet smell. 

s - netchemnetchem 

1 1^ , to be at rest, at ease. 

snetchemnetchemu -*- || ^ i , 

men who cian be kept quiet, or bribed to be 
silent. 



s-netcher 

grip ; caus. of 

ser 



AAAAAA <^~ 



B^ t , to restrain, to 



, prince, noble; 



i? 



■^ \^ I , IV, 1 158, nobles of the courtiers. 



ser er neheh {K^^- — ^ X® 

everlasting prince, a title of Osiris. 

Seraa <==:>'^|, Tomb Seti I, one of 
the 75 forms of Ra (No. 27). 

ser ""^ ^^, M. 726, N. 1329, M, 

Rec. II, 180, ^^, ram ; fern. <z:= 



qo; 



compare 
N. 719. 



varr. 



1l5?-^1^^^ 



Ser-t, Sera-t 



^ — I 



ic 



ickicic 



ii:.; 



J(, 



Ram. II, Ram. IV, Denderah II, xo. Zodiac 
Dend., one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. »/>ct'. 

ser, seri ^^^^JHIini' ^- ^''^' 

^finn.N.x329 



ser <^. Rec. 30, 192, to arrange, to order. 



ser 



1^ ^, Shipwreck 31, to predict; 

^> n\> ^° proclaim, to announce, 

to publish, to pronounce, to order, to direct 
troops; Copt. COJp. 

car* "w^ /j8\ Nastasen Stele 52, advice, 
ser -^ gf . order. 

serser ^, Nastasen Stele 10, 

IJerusatef Stele 72, 109, to comfort, to console; 
Copt. coXcX. 

ser metut ~^ jj^ A '~', to arrange 
words in order, to compose a work. 

Ser-kheru ^ |^ |> j^ ^. B-I^- 

125, III, ^ (j 1^ I ^ ^. °"« °f *e 42 
assessors of Osiris. 

seriu 



(j(j|^iii,gi 



ser, serr i.^ , <c 

to engrave, to trace, to draw. 



iraflfes. 

/_==^ , to write. 



W 



serr <=> ^o, A.Z. 1873, 60 



a kind of goose ; fern. '^^ , [I (2 

Rev. 14, 34 (glossed by XMNAfPlOY); 

plur. 



ser "^ , wool ; Copt. copx. 

, drum, tambourine. 



ser 



o, 



P o^ 



ser k3 , skin, a kind of disease. 

ser <=^, <=>^^ 



— « — <— «, arrow. 



5, a part of the boat of the deiceased. 

ser-t S^, IV, 998, fan; see ~^ (1(1 
o y . 

ser ~^ o , u. 28A, ^^ %^ ° , N. 255A,: 

cheese (?) butter (?); 3^°o°. butter of the 

South ; "**" ^ °°, butter of the North. 






[611] 



Ser ^^5?, ^Hq^^, grain, 
barley; see p ^ ^^ (] <5, '°^^"t^^^- 



serser 
Serser 



to fight, to 
do battle. 



^ © ^ fj ' f| f| © . a fiery region in 

I W I M H 

the Tuat ; /wwv\ ^ ; the lake of 

boiling water in the same place. 

sera ^^1)'^. "^i| ^"^.akind 

sera f| '^^ , ram ; varr. 

1, Rec. 3, 56, 



of goose; plur. (1 

r 



Serat-beqt ^ Ij - '^ J f^. b.d. 

177, 6, a cow-goddess. 

Seri "**" (1 /I , Tuat XII, a god in the Tuat. 



seri-t 

998, ^ 

serit 



"f , IV, 998, 



, IV, 



fan. 



I, sickness, nausea. 



Seru <z:=>I/nI, scorpion; Copt. cXh. 



Seru 



e 



e 



^ ^ Berg. I, 17, a bird-god 
m' (goose-god?) 



s-rukh (?) 
223 = 

s-rut 



, Mission 13, 



(?) 



■^ , Rev. 15, 162; see 



8.rut g^, ^ 



see 



S-rut-U ^-^ ^ "^ I ] (] . planted; 
seep^^c=,'J^|. 

serpet <::^ w ^ , nettle (?) mustard ; 
compare Heb. *7S"\p, Isaiah Iv, 13. 

serpet ~^ ° ^, mustard. 



seref 



^j, Sph 



inx Stele 6. 



■|i. 



rest, repose, leisure, refreshment; 

"^^^ ^ ' Copt, cpqe, cpoqT. 

seref <~> |^ , to be hot, warm, warmth, 
heat, flame, fire, the vigour produced by heat ; 

3 ^ Q X^\, ^V51<^ Cattle scarab ; 

1::^ *^.=^ i} /rn I compare Heb. nntZ7. 

seref ; 

flood, inundation 

Seref 



^AAA/V^ 



compare 



? O 



, water 



AAAAAA 



s-rem 

caus. of <zr> 

s-rerem 

serein 

Serem 



Edfd I, 80, a title of 
the Nile-god. 



^\ -^^, to make to weep; 
=^;Copt. piJULe. 

-^^, to make to weep. 

, water flood, torrent. 



AAA/NAA 



H B.D. 39, 9, a foe of 
I ' Aapep. 



Serem -taui 

Amsu 32, 27, a form of Aapep 

serem - 1 



O 



O' 



, Nesi- 



0, 
0, 



III 



, yeast, barm, sedi- 



ment, dregs, lees; see ^O^ 

copejuL (?) 

seremre[m?] ~^ 



; Copt. 



' Q fermented 
III' liquor. 

S-renp ~*^ { ^ , -^^ { ^ > ^^ rejuven- 
ate ; caus. of ^AAAA/\ j 6j) . 



serhu 



_2i& 



t^L^. 



to fetter, to over- 
throw. 

2 Q 2 



[612] 



S 



S-rekh <=i=> ] , to make to know : <==>-[• 
1% — =^, Nastasen Stele 14; caus. of j . 

serekhi <=>(](1 ^^. Peasant 255, the 
accused, the defendant. 

serekhi S(]i)^, ^1)1)., B.D. 

125, II, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 

serekh <=> II [|, Mission 13, 131, throne; 



varr 



Nastasen 



8 - rekhsha 

Stele 61, fighter (?); caus. (?) 

s-res ^;j, ^'2^^, 

^g,^ to wake up, to keep awake, to be vigi- 

Seres - her 



m 



lant. 



_P3^^|, B.D. 
147, 4, the warder of the 3rd Arit. 

Seres - tepu — h— "i j^ ^ I .^ , the 

warder of the 4th Arit. 



Seresh-en-mau <r ,, , 

[30'"""" w trzumcTD 

Denderah IV, 67, a funerary coffer at Denderah. 



S/P P P. 



serq 



, to 



open [the windpipe], to breathe; see 1 T, 

goddess who strangled Neha-her. 

Serqrit] Sgfgp Tuat X, the scorpion- 
^L J ^ oj'W^ 5 goddess of the Tuat. 

Serqit ^, u. 599, N. 964, fl^^l^, 

III, 4, the scorpion-goddess; U ^^ % 

Serq <=> |, Tuat X, a serpent-god. 

sera <c=:>yi'^ Nastasen Stele 43, an edible 
I m' plant (?) 

Serqi ^()() | ^, Tomb Seti I, one of 
the 75 forms of Ra (No. 36). 



serqu^^|,<=>^||, food, pro: 

visions, sustenance, nourishment. 

H AAA/W\ 

Serqu <cixg 'w>aaa stream, flood. 



serk 
serk 



-H- 



'^^, scorpion. 

* ^^i to breathe, to snuff the 



wind; see I y. 

SertiU ^ (j() ^ ^ , B.D. 125, II, one 
of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 

seh-t (?) T^e. ^^''' ^'' '^' "" P^^^'0'\of 

^ ^ 'u^^' the body. 

S-hai Pi] y^ , rQ ^^ (] (] ZV , to turn aside, 
to turn down, to make to descend ; caus. of 

crush, to beat (of the winds), opposition. 



seha 



ra 



sehi 



sehi 



ra 



ra 



■^^6 , destruction, overthrow. 

o , a kind of seed or grain. 

(D/^ Rec. 36, 173, to flee, 
j^ ' to escape, to hasten. 

S-hebi [-g J ^^ , to put to shame, to 

disgrace; see H m B ^^, ^'^^'^e, disgra 
I Ji imomi 



seheb-t 



ra 



J 



race, 
nominy. 

shame, disgrace, 
ignominy. 



sehem 



01 



rr\ ^^ *^^ , to heat, to melt. 

seher, seherr nb \ Rec. 4, 21, Td" 

I , m <:i^ , a precious stone, carnelian (?) 



S-heri hat [-[] p "O" , to give content to 
the heart, to pacify; caus. of ra dQi. 

seherri 



ra 



who quiets ; rD 

ra < 



i. Peasant 249, one 

h 

he who keeps "^ 

=' Egypt quiet "^ 



sehr& m <^=>fl ^ Rev. 13, 43, bark, 
1 szr-»^' boat. 



I 



s 



[613] 



S-herp |--] T==T, Rec. 27, 86, to 

plunge into water; caus. of <:z> aww ; Copt. 

S-hett i—j L— Zl, Rec. 17, 44, sub- 

jugation; see iLJ 

seh n I Q?i, to discuss, to talk over a 
thing, to take counsel; ifTl ^ K O I ^ 

Dream Stele 27, took counsel with his heart-; 
|pp|<>,Thes. 1295. 

wise man, sage, skilled, trained. 

seh — fi nil L — fi 11 II |~ ~,Rec. 

, hall, cham- 



J9, 152, 31, 30, tr^, 



CTT] 



ber, council hall or chamber ; plur. 



^li- 



seh menu 






S' 



u. 






:::i 



605, hall of the shrine. 

seh-t en unem 

dining room. i.<' ■ •- " 

seh en utcha maa [ || ip "^ — (2 

J-, \\ , court of justice. 

seh en menkhut 

clothes chamber, wardrobe. 

sehneter If 

seh neter ^Q, "] fT]] ^, the holy 

chamber in which Anubis mummified Osiris ; 
plur. f^f^[^,U.x5,fli:^o,N. 238. 

Sehu |jT| ' J , a title of Osiris. • 

seh -^1 |J|, u. 193, N. 605, -^^1 

I, T. 72, M. 226, (T\ ' , to draw 



Ti 



the name of a tool or 
instrument. 



sehseh 



in a net, to pull the cord of a net, to strain, to 
stretch, to unyoke. 

ggjj ,^ R h,^ Bubastis 51, a kind of 
A [j ' ' vessel. 

seh — H— X ft , to rub, to pound, to crush. 



X 

L-Zl' 



, to rub away, to 



U. 493, N. 
' 945, a bird. 



pound ; see ' K M X 

sehseh — h— 8 

seha -k-'HYP § *° ^"^3"' ^° ^^^^ °"^' '° 

E <J ' dress. 

seha (?) —••—X Q ^=±>, to mummify. 

S-haa — tf— ft K ' to make to rejoice ; 

caus. of ft T. 

sehu -«— I ^ 1^ |, Israel Stele 19, 

to collect, to gather together ; Copt. CtOOIf^. 

S-hur —H— I ^ ^^ I ^' to revile, to 
curse ; caus. ; Copt, c^onrep, C^O^f p. 

to celebrate a festival, to rejoice, to make glad ; 
caus. 

P. 685, a 
god(?) 



Sehpu 



-^ 8 □ 



sehem ^ ^F, ^ T 1 ' ^° destroy, 
to break up, to pound, to chop; varr. 



A. , to turn back, to drive 



/V 



s-hemi ,^ 

away ; caus. of ^ 



shem-t ;^^^, ^^o^, ^^-, 
: s-t hem-t ^ 'n ^ J| , woman ; 



Copt. c^iJULe. 

snliAn ~*^ 1^ ^^^- 12, 34, command; 

^0 21 Copt. cA.^ite. 

sehenti — *f— ft ^ ^ ' > those who 

give orders, officers, commanders. 



s-heri ^ 



w 



2«, Rec. 16, 109, ^^(1 
to drive away ; caus. of ^ ^5=^. 



2 Q 3 



s 



[614] 



Seher-t-baiu-s -h- g <=> £^2 



I I 



', Tuat VIII, a Circle in the Tuat. 



era 

Seherit-tu '^^ ^i<^ D.E. 20, 



,Berg.II,8,[1_ 



Thes.28, ^ £53 

n ^ h^^, Denderah III, 24, IV, 84, 

-^ (]%. X C^ the goddess of the 3rd 
<=> 1 ^ L— fl %^ ' hour of the night. 

S-heS — — |?'7r. to turn back(?), to 

advance against ; caus. of X y^ - 

S-heqa -^^| j'ijj, to make to rule; 
caus.of |z]^|. 

s-heqr-^l^^, -^1^0, 

to keep hungry, to let hunger, to starve ; caus. 

of ? ^ "^ ; Copt. ^oKep. 



s-hetep 



D 



^1- 



to 



make to be at peace, to pacify, to appease, to 

.. ft . 

propitiate, to unite with ; caus. of 

a u 



Sehetepit [nether] Vc ^^ ^ , ^ |°t 

sehetepi l M ^t^§, censer; for the 

four-fold censer see Bubastis, 51. 

propitiatory ofTfer- 
ings. 

y [1 , the title 



sehetput 



=^a III 



s-hetep hem (?)-t-s 

of the prophet of Hathor of Denderah. 
illumine, to light up ; caus. of 



p , U. 437, N. 760, ^£^, Rec. 



sekh , 

30,69, "5^, M. 340, to hold, to grasp; 

~I~ti (j(] , T. 308 ; Copt, cojcg, cgtwoj- 



to beat, to strike (the lyre), to play a harp ; 

•*"" r. . beating, bastinado ; Copt. 

© X ^"'^' Ci.cy. 



sekh-t 



— X — ^ 
oL-Jl' € 
126, blow, stripe, beatings punishment. 



, Rec. 35, 



RftVh "'^^'=>- to reap; Copt. OJC^, 



sekh-t 



IV 



\> , field ; 






IP 



D"^^, Rev. 6, 7, garden lands ; Copt. COJCue. 

Sekhti ^^ m ^ I] (] > Tuat I, a field- 
god in the Tuat. 

Sekh-t-her 



•^H ^ Berg. I, 18, a 
I I ^ ' bird-god. 



sekh ^ 

incident. 

sekhsekh 
sekh 



)A 



= ^ ) event, 

, to run; sekhs ; 



)y\ 



*. A.Z. 1000, 128, Peasant 188, 

— *— — ♦•— \\ n e^->=> 
to be deaf; varr. ^^, ^^_,^, |l ^ 

Copt. CU3^. 



Skhi ^ (j(j^^, deaf man. 
Skhu "2"%,^, deaf. 

sekhekh ^^, A.z. 70, 171, ^^^. 

balance, a measure of length ; —**— /K \l 

Thes. 102, balance of the earth ; avva^ 

Rev. 3, 12; Copt. ojHcy. 

skha-^l^, -^|,-^| 

to remember, to think out, to commemorate. 



■^, 



skhau 



i, memorial, memo- 



randum, remembrance. 



Skhait-Heru — h- 



■I 



a cow-goddess, a form of Isis or Hathor. 



[615] 



skhai 

^ w 



, A.Z. 1866, 103, 



^ 



^ 



, IV, 1079, , to be deaf; 



*/' 



J\, IV, 1180, to pay no heed to, to turn 



away from advice; ^ * , IV, 1033, 



to 



N ^ 

turn a deaf ear to ; ^=^^ 

55, to ignore ; Copt. COJ^. 



., A.Z. 1912, 



Skhai-t «»^' ^ , IV, 409, deafness. 

o III' funerary offerings. 



skha-t pet ^^-^^ , , the name of a star 
o X 

or part of the sky near Orion. 

Rec. 30, 185 

Skhaa ^»-=' \v , to cut, sword, knife. 

Skhai ~*^ (](] ^ , Amen. 14, 8, to 
wound ; \ ar. I I *>^ ,^^ , cut, stroke, blow. 






A ,B.D. 169,19, 



Skhaut — ^ 

a cow-goddess. 

A.Z.,903,37,^J^^,^J 
to lick up, to swallow, to chew up. 

Skhabiu ^ J ^ QQ d?^ ' ' devourers, 

Skhab -^^ K^ J^ , to travel. 

Skhabes 



, , Zod. Dend., one of 
the 36 Dekans ; Gr. lloi'X'^'*' 



Skhabsenfunen 

Tuat III, a warder-god. 

skhap ^*~ ° 

skham ~^ 

^1 



JP 

, a kind of land 



AAAAAA ^ AAAAAA 



[^ » A.Z. 1879, 62, 
, to be strong. 

Skhamu ^ ^ W^ ^, Peasant 211, 
to reject, one rejected. 



skhar 



§ . IV, 743, to milk. 

skhar ^*~ 



S — 

^,^U-^,^^L— fl, 
, to milk ; •»-^L_y)(] 



j-rr- , a kind of tree, log. 
Skharu ^^ ^^'^ , planks. 

skharu «^^ ^'T^ '» ^'^' 7^2, 1148, 

garments made of a kind of linen. 

s-khart «^c=^5.^, "T"^, Sphi 

4, 64, to rejuvenate ; caus. of 

skhas ~^ ^ 



j\ 



, to hasten, to run. 



s-khaker 



-=00:] , to orna- 

<=oci' '-^ ^ 1— >•'— I 



ment, to decorate ; caus. of ^z;^ a . 

Skhakeru ^^ % 6 j ' ' ^^^orations. 

skhati 



w 



y. Rev. II, 168, plaited thing; 
^ ' Copt. CH^. 



s-khai 



Q 



^ 



, to make 



St 



to rise up or appear, to celebrate a festival, to 
crown a king ; caus. of 

skhai-t - 



_ Q IV, 209, rising, appear- 
/Ck' ance, coronation. 

Skhait-baiu-s ^ ^ "^ P, ^Sf™^ ""^ 

S MT O I Hathor. 
- ^7 



s-khar 



Q 



, Rec. 16, 108, to inflame. 



to stir up to wrath ; caus. of 

Skhi "^ 

SkMt^ _ 

skhu ^ ^\7, Rec. 30, 192, ^ ^ 



Tuat I, Rec. 3, 116, a god 
in the Tuat. 

'^ Tuat I, a gatekeeper- 
^ ' goddess. 



\J 



= %> n ^ , width, breadth. 



Y7 



«''^^-* ©•^^ = ^P:c^' ^^"' 



chamber. 

skhun 



J^:. 






I, to curse, 



to revile, to ill-wish, wrathful, angry, furious, 
passionate, irascibility. 

skhunnu T ^^ % ^ , ^"^'^ 

O /www Jl ^^' uian. 

2 Q 4 



[ 616 ] 






B.D. 125; see 
Serekhi. 



Skhuni ^ 

s-khus "T%~^. A-7- ^908, 129, to 

form, to fashion, to build ; caus. of /^ 1 1 ^>— fl. 

, to swalloMf, 



to drink ; var. ^ Jj ^- 

S-khep " = ® D , to make to become ; 
caus. of , 



Skhep-kenmem ^ ^ ^^ ^ , one 



of the 36 Dekans. 

Skhepti-ser-t 



— *— o ^^^ ' one of the 
© DWo *' 36 Dekans. 



S-khepi " A , to make to run, to bring, 



\\ 



a 



to lead ; caus. ^^ g * ^ 
successful advance. 

Skhep-rt] T~ '^^ , a kind of grain. 

S-kheper — ^ ^ <:^», Peasant 199, 289, 
_H_ Q , to make to be or exist, to fashion, to 
form, to create, to produce ; caus. of ^ ^_^ 

s-kheperu -*- ^ <:^ ^ j , -*- ^ 

<— > (j j) "V I I , those who make or create. 

S-khemi "I" ^-^' ^° ^^ unmindful 
of, to forget ; caus. of ^ ^v — (U.. 



skhem 



("V) 



holies ; plur. 



on' 



.ci 

cr 



, shrine, holy of 



k^"Tk 



\U3 



Rec. 29, 166. 



skhem 
skhem 



sistrum. 



kfi ■=! Cariopus Stele, 
Jl I' statue, figure. 

Skhem ^-^^"-^ ; see \\^ ® ^. 



Skhemi[t] ^^f)y'^a"odde?s: 
sekhmekh "J" ^ '^' i^' 9^8, to 

amuse oneself, to rejoice, pleasure. 

skhen "i^lTl'^- ^76,N. 212, 

p. 702, "5" f) %, N. 1204, -*- 

4 ^~~^ , to fold in the arms, to embrace, to 

contain, to hold; „ K V 

to fold the wings. 



skhenn 
skhen-t 
skhenu 
skhenu 

ftAAA/V\ 

skhen 



)0 



, N. 960. 



embrace, she who 
' embraces, i.e., nurse. 

suckling, babe, any 
child in arms. 



00 




, ® o^ 

I /s/yAA/VA 



, T. 196, p. 459. 
I , embraces. 



aM AAAAAIv"^ '< ' AAAAAA 



breast offering. 

skhen ^^27 
skhen-t ^ 



)0 

Q, P- 710 



', the name of a festival. 



skhenui (?) # 

P- 177, 392, P.S.B. 17, 260, the two horizons. 

«51rhfim't -^ '^ ^^'■g- ^' ^4, a form of 
^^^^^^^ Z. O' Sekhmit. 



^O 



fl ffi Berg. I, 17, an ibis- 



Skhena 
Skherii 

O Litanie 38, 94, "Embracer"— a title 

.., ' of Ra. 



^,1 



Tuat XI and 



Skhenu ^ 0, 

XII: (i) a singing-god; (2) a bearer of the 
serpent Mehen ; each god was reborn daily. 



Skhen -ur ^ O — ^ ^, u. 281, 

AAAAAA 



=:3^^.N.7:9,^Q 



I 



[617] 



146, X, 43. <5v ()''%<=., the god who 
acted as guardian of the loth Pylon. 

Skhen-ba j;;|^;^|,To,«b„f 

Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 38). 

Skhen-Nefer ^^ T J, ":Beautiful em- 
bracer " — a name of Shu. 

Skhen-rekhtt 'TZ ^< 



1 ^^ ^^ 

Berg. II, 13, a name of the Other World. 



Skhen-kbaibut 



LVr 



Tuat 



VIII, one of the nine gods of the bodyguard of 
Afu-Ra. 



Skhen-tuatiu 






Tuat XI, the gate of the nth Division of the 
Tuat. 



skhen . , ^,, ^ , 1, ^ « r, ^ 

fD4 u^ o tor /vXa \or \0' 

to happen, a happening, event, occurrence ; 



O 



I |, at the happening of the 

event; f / 1 I' Rosetta Stone, Rec. 6, 11, 
with good fortune; Copt. CIJA.cyrtI, cycne, 

cycrtH. 



skhen 
skhen 
s-kheni 



^^, 



AAA/VAA AA/VAAA 



-*t- 



ftA/S/V\A /SAAAAA 

—H AAAAAA 



Rec. 6, 10, journey, 
transit. 

(^>, abscess, skin disease. 

W 



stand still, to come to rest ; caus. of 

-•* — ^Ayvv\A Y /^ — H— 

— H— 



AAAAAA J\ 



J\ , to alight, to 



/\A/VA/\A 



skhen-t 

support ; plur. 






|, pillar, 



I 



I I I 



II 



skhenut IV ^ 

/VAAA/V 

four pillars which support the sky. 

skhenut "T"^ 

crown of Upper and Lower Egypt ; with 
the article = Gr. Y^x^t. 

Skhenu(?)n ^ ^ ^, I V, 1142, cakes (?) 



, Hh. 365, 

^ 11' ^ ^' 

, Thes. 1 2 18, the 



MRec. 3, 48, the four 
' legs of a vessel. 



s-khenn o 



"^ to strike a blow, to 

smite; caus. 

, to 



S-khenn .,^ 'sV, 

overthrow, to dig down a wall ; caus. 



r 



s - khensh 

caus. of 



skher 



-0*1 ; Copt, cynocy. 



, to make to stink ; 



For the various meanings of the word see I 1 . 

I , mankind, 



skher reth 

the ways of men. 

skher kha-t 



, Peasant 209, 



what is planned in the inmost mind. 

p (10 "!>' the two jaws. 
, chambers. 



skherui 
skheru 
Skheriu 
Skheriu 



n A tk one of the 42 



assessors of Osiris. 



, B.D. 125 ; see Serekhi. 



Skher-shetau-ur-a ® 

tk '^^f^ rp^^j. jj^ ^ jj^jg of Afu-Ra, 
— 1«— — 1»— 

s-kher 



11^™ 






^ 



/\ 



, to overthrow; 



caus. of 



Skheru O ^ J) i, b.m. 32, 34, the 

overthrown, the damned, the defeated. 

Skher-ant-f ^^■^^^^.=:_, ^[^^^^ 

■W^,"r ^'^■^, B.D. r49, VI, the 



serpent-god of the 6th Aat ; Saite var, 
I I I 

Skher -reremu ~**~ 



r^ 



7\ 



I , B.D. (Saite) 149, the god of the 6th Aat. 

skheru ~5" %^ * — ^ , Shipwreck 64, 
plated (?) scale-work (?) 



s 



[618] 



8-khert 51), to rejuvenate; caus. 

skhes e ,U. i57,T. 14, ® A,R 708, 

M. 251,378, I y^, Metternich Stele 59, to 

run, to hasten ; var. «»-■» j\ . 



skhesu 



1 1 1 



, Israel Stele 5, swift 



runners, hasty fugitives. 



skhes 



A.Z. 1908, 129, to provide, 
to supply, to make. 



S-khesef — -— ^ot_L-i/I, to make to go 
back, to repulse ; caus. of a ;? ^ J] 



skhet 



'^ J\ , Peasant 



107, 



UJJ 



, to snare birds in a net. 



skhet 



5 » net. 
, Pap. 3024, 139, 



skhet 

fowler, hunter, snarer 

S-khet ^ 7\ , ^^ 3>' to be turned up- 
side down, to stand on the head ; caus. of \f • 

skhetiuXi|i),^.^^i.l((] 

t^ -^ men and women immersed in fire head 
-" ' ' ' downwards. 

Skhetiu ~®~ flfl e '^ I fiends, the 
«=^> 11 M^ 1' damned. 

Skhetui , the two ape-gods of 

the 7th day of the month. 

S-khetkhet-^ ^ ® L=7J,Rec.29, 
1 5 1, to overturn, to be thrown down ; see ^ a 
and 



y\ 



ses 



_,_IJ^247. 249,Q,__^^, 
Rec. 31, 30, ~2r' t° strengthen, to raise up. 



8®S ~^ , IV, 1 141, treasure, stuff. 
- ^ - 



ses 



a 



= s-sen 



3 



6) 



, to breathe, to smell ; caus. of 



ses (?) ^^ i , trouble, want. 

H H H ^ 

ses —>*—, ^ I , door bolt; plur. (1 



111^ I ^ III 



1 



(2 



I I I (2 W I I 



ses W , horse ; Heb. p^D- 

ses 1/1, Shipwreck 72, hot ashes; 

^P(|T^(].see[ip-(|. 

M [■' ■" ■'I 

ses 1 1 , a garment of some kind. 

ses — H— n, Canopus Stele 21 

ses-ti (?) ^^ _|| , the two ankles. 
Sesa "^ "1, Berg. I, 13, a god who 



told his fellows the name of the deceased. 
259> 



^,T. 259, t^^ U.447,tomove, 

-ZT — H_ Ji to walk, to pass. 



Sesi 

sesu '~**~ 
sesun 

to destroy. 

sesunt 

(Ani 20, 10) . 

s-suteni 



imm, 



Tuat IX, an enchanted 
serpent. 



I I I 



, Rec. 30, 72 



/VA/WV\ 

($. 



-M /\AA/^V\ [ '^ I I 



caus. of 



}i.m 



I, Hymn to Ra 
o l] (I , to make to reign ; 



Sesba -^^ R 11'^ "^, Denderah IV, 
I JI .m 511 ' 59, a ram-god. 

S-Sept -^^p^^|, Peasant 286, to 
prepare, to sharpen weapons. 

Sesef ^^ (1 , '^^ w (1 fire, hot ashes, 
»^^'4' ^^^'''4' tinder (?) 

Sesef-t ■ ^->*— ^, disgust, indignation. 

sesem-t ^ ^^, — |^. 

horse, mare (?) ; plur. -*- J^ | ; Heb. Dip^D- 

Sesen-t — •♦— '^, ^^' 918, breathing, 
'^^'vwv <Q breath, smell. 



[619] 



S — 



S-Sen —**— csssD , P. 457, 



1, Rec. 



3h 175. 



s-sens 



Rec. 31, 174, to make to 
open. 



-M AAAAAA 



\, to acclaim, to con- 



gratulate; caus. of /wwvv 
——*t — 

s-sent - 



ftAAAA^ II 



C^ 



^AAAAA I '•^ I 



, to terrify, 



■~\ /VWvA 

to make afraid ; caus. of I <=^ 



Sesent-aakhut 



^'^i 



(C^ ^^ I , a lioness-goddess in the Tuat. 

sesha 



, a kind of weapon 
or neck-stick for prisoners or slaves (?) 

« Q A^AftAA 

Seshen (?) 8 | ^^^^^^^ , to destroy. 

0(«V) 



s-setchem 



III 



, B.D. 169, 



21, to make to hear; caus. of ^ 

sesh 



CEZI 



[il, P. 169, 287, 



CSZ] 



Diim. Hist. In. II, i8, oa, ^ ;;, Rech- 



nungen 4, 70, 



(3 



I I 



Methen 8, to write, to draw, to make a design ; 



<s>- 



, to do into writing; 



I I I 



, Tombos 8, 



, IV, 692, chased 



work in metal, figured (bronze) ; Copt. C^^I. 



sesh 



=^, P. 695, 



I , writing, inscription, written roll of 
papyrus, book, copy of a document, hand- 



I I I 



writing ; plur. 

^.^'^. ^ffi^l, IV, 






U I 



337, writings, letters, books, documents, archives, 
decrees, handwriting, the columns of a book, 



papers, title-deeds, registers, literature: I 






U I 



I , established in writing ; 



,^^^^ j Rec. 21, 91, fine papyrus rolls; 
■-^^ I ' Copt. C^^.1. 



seshit 



o 3 



li I 



, L.D. Ill, 140B, Rec 



19, 19, wall-paintings, mural designs with de- 
scriptive texts. 

seshUinen ffio^cE (l(j 00 (Xj, the 

writings of the Greeks, i.e., the Greek language 
and letters. 

sesh metut neter Kk <=>^ A jl 1 c^» 

Rosetta Stone, sacred writing, hieroglyphs. 

sesh shaa 

of books, i.e., demotic. 

seshu en asut 



^ 



[^ c^^ ^ ij |, the writing 



I /WVA^A 



, IV, 1 1 20, old registers. 

seshu nu per ankh |ft j 9 '~^~^, hiero- 
glyphic writing; 
12, IT 2, copyists of hieroglyphic texts. 

seshu en ra l^iii e 



I I 



M ^ 
rrj-^CD^, Rev. 



I I I — 01 I I I 

^='"^ Amherst Pap. 20, books of practical 
III' magic. 

sesh en Ha-nebu (nebu Meht) 

; , Greek writing. 

] 

000 



sesh nu hetch nub i=s=i 



^ rwTi '"'^^ , register of silver and gold. 

1 o I A II o o o 



sesh en shatt pRi /wwva 



demotic 
writing. 



r\n 



ypT'-- 



(0 (0 



writer, designer, scribe ; plur. |?i(5 '^f j » 



1; 



!, M^^ 



seshu hebsu 

1 1 10, closed books. 

sesh 



^1. 

n . yr^ ^ ^ RcC. 3I, lO, 
\\,P. 185, 

, M. 300, ji^ ^ ji^ ^, N. 399, the 
two divine scribes Thoth and Sesheta. 

sesh ah-t '^ ^ f | > scribe or registrar 
of fields or estates; plur. p.|^ | ^ |' ujo! 



a divine scribe ; 



[ 620 ] 



S 



sesh aa 

chief scribe. 



], IV, 1026, 



qs 






sesh menfit 

scribe of the militia. 

sesh metiut neter ^^ ^|' j^ H J. 

, Rec. XI, 174, scribe of the words of the 
III J ' /T» 

god, />., a scribe who copied hieroglyphic texts. 



sesh metcha-t 

writer of books, a copyist of hieratic texts. 

sesh metcha-t en Heru ka nekht, 

^1^ ^ -/I; scribe of the 
book of Horus, the mighty Bull. 

sesh metcha-t neter fli 'Ifl'^^^ 

in '^ jl *^^^^*^ Rec. 33, 3, scribe of books of the 
IB I U I I I ' god, I.e., theological scribe. 

sesh en neter he-t "Ki a^aa "in^, 

scribe of the temple. 



sesh en setem 



^ 



, " scribe of hear- 



ing," i.e., a scribe who wrote from dictation ; 
'wvA ^ ^^w J great deputy scribe. 

sesh heri tchatcha 



sesh hesb heq-t "Si ^ 



j' 1 1 1 



, chief scribe. 
, IV, T045, 



scribe of the reckoning of the grain. 

sesh hetep neter Kk "^^ i ^ , scribe 

of the offerings made to the god, i.e., registrar of 
ecclesiastical revenues ; Uif\\ -^^^wTj jH , 
scribe of the revenues of all the gods. 

scribe of the altar. 

sesh kheri khetem-t ffl /I\8 ^, 

Dto-ets 23, scribe of the things under seal. 

sesh kheri tchatcha ffi ^, <^^P"ty 

rS ^' scnbe. 

sesh khetem-t (?) neter ^a i Q. , 

IV, 1 165, scribe of the sealing of the god. 

sesh spekhar per en Pteh ffi cA=, 

scribe and designer of the house 
of Ptah. 



sesh shait ffi ^-fl 1 , Rec. 21, 96, letter 



! scribe of the 
collectings. 



rvn 



scribe, secretary, clerk. 

sesh sha-t en Aa-perti 

*>-=* scribe of the rolls of Pharaoh, a 



sesh . 



royal secretary. 

scribe to the 
magistrate. 



sesh qetut |i| \j q 



!, 



o ^ 



IV, 1056, 



n 



drawer of pictures, limner; 

limner of the house of gold ; 

limner of the temple of Ptah ; 
limner of Amen. 






\ 



\ /VAAAAA (J 



r"^^ 



Sesh 



\, P. 185, 



I, M. 300 



, N. 899, ^ (3 ^, P,.D. (Saite) 70, i 

divine scribe, i.e., Thoth ; dual, Thoth and 
Sesheta (?) 



Seshit i=s=i 

Thoth; van ^. 



, B.D.G. 1 1 25, a consort of 



^, the god of the 
' IV, 731, ink. 



Sesh netch (?) 

1 2th day of the month 

seshu ^ ?, 

materials ^o"* i"^ .^ ^ ^ ° ^ ^ j^ °. I^, 

706, coloured ochres used by scribes ; | j. O 
to rub down colour for ink. 

seshu 1^ ^, Rec. 30, 183 = 

V:^, dribblings. 



dszi 



^ = 



rm 



sesh i-^ ^^ sprinkle, to spread; Copt. 



iiiiiiiii 



sesh i=s=] ,0a )j 



czso. 



I~T^~I 



V- H H— tl M 

\w=i^ 7\ X OCD 



X 



X 



bolts of a door, to open, to pass through, to 



[621] 



make a passage, passage, opening, to spread out 
a skin (IV, 1104); ^ -^ ^ ]{][){^ t« 

maugurate an altar; C3SZI a^^^sa g^, M. 170, to 

*• — iiiiiiiii 
cut or pare the nails. ^ . is a mistake for 

" UllUlll **""" iiiiiiiii — •* — IIIIIIIII 

„ ,, just as '^^•■'^ p is for '^""^'^ ^ 
sesh-t , passage, open way. 

sesh czszi I , courses, openings (?) ; ^^ V^ 
I , free, unfettered. 

seshu ^ ^ J I, ^®^- '°' '3^' ^"^^^■ 
(£ J\ in \ tors. 

sesh ^l_^, ^^. ^UJ.to 

beat out, to spread out. 

sesh. I \\ I ^-^^^ 569, product, material, 
X ' substance. 



seshut C30 I , divisions (?) 

X ci I 

sesh C3a — h— \ , room, chamber. 

seshsh gg \^ /i = (zszi. 

CISZD <; — Q 

seshsh ^/"O, U- 492, N. 945, to 
I w I /^ \^ water. 

sesh-t ^r=u), ^- 551. A.Z. 49, 58, 



-« AAAA/V\ 



urme. 



sesh-t ' ^\ I AAAAAA , outflow, overflow. 

/O X /VAAAAA 



seshsesh O , a kind of drink. 

CZEZIIZEZl 

sesh '' ()(?), P. 242, to decay; var. %^ 

sesh I— ^ ^^' ^° scorn, to despise, scorn, 

contempt ; (J 

r w I 1 

Copt, ccocy. 
sesh 



e 



, Rev. 13, 13; 



r"srn 
devilish man. 

sesh-ta 



,]1 



CSZl 

sesh ^j, N. 404, 



ISiim, devil, a 



a man with devilish 
qualities. 



r\r~i 



,, IV, 157, 



, Hymn Darius 29, czb , C3SZ1 



CD' r-\n 



CZ3 CTTD, swamp, home of waterfowl, nest; 
plur. S "^ |, Pap. 3024, 95, ^^"^j, 

king; ^-f "^^^ ""^ ^' ^^' 5^^' 

^^^\^\^^^^^ ^^^ ^-o great 

nests, B.D. 17; ;£22^ t2X /wwvs H C^ t\* O 
the two pools of sport. 



Sesh ffi 

c> ® 

sesh 
sesh 



rvn 



the name of a god and of a 
' city. 

, hair, tress, lock. 



Q IV, 391, to shine, to give 
fir out light. 



sesh 



CZEID 



ness ; see n^ 



sesh i^ , £k, 

skilful, knowledge, learned man. 

Seshit-m'k-t-neb-s }k 



*'~^, night, evening, dark- 
I , able, 



Tuat I and II, one of the pilot- 
goddesses of Af. 



sesh 



^ a kind of cake or bread 

I r used for offerings. 

sesh-t ^, ^ I, ^ i^i"d, «f 5^^" (?) 

o cio 1' used m oRermgs. 



C30 



seshsh OSZ] a kind of grain or fruit, 
dsnili 

sesh n /*^, P- 241, 242, sistrum. 

r \^~ \ X T 

seshshit ^<.|, pppf. ^f; 

— **— nn IB) ' . 1 

1 , sistrum ; plur. U (J "^^ 9 ! > '-^^— ' 



OSZI 



I CSZ] 

I 



, Rec. 15, 47, Pszi ^ o, IV, 1059, A I 



aaaaaaS I, "singvetosistra" ; ' v^— ' 
I I I T I r-w-i 



ii, IV, 917, 1 JO I, statues with sistra;jlJj, 



Canopus Stele 6, 29, 31, 34. 

seshsh QSZ3 ^ H L— /I, to rattle a sistrum. 



seshshit 



C3SZI A.Z. 1908, 16, a kind 



C30 O 



of amulet. 



s 



[ 622 ] 



seshsesh '^r , U. 392, lotus (?) ; 



see 



seshesh ^5 



' ^^ ' A/^AA^^ 



lotus flower, lily. 

seshsh 1=^ /K , to weigh, to balance 



sesha 



trained ; 



r-vr-i 



, to be wise, skilled, 



», Rec. 29, 164, J 



s-shai 



Shipwreck, 139, to make to know, 
to inform. 



', IV, 943; see 



Seshau -^ ^ "^ ^ | , riches, 
what is advantageous ; em Sesha ^\ — •♦— 



TiTit "^ J^ Shipwreck 129, with luck or 
•^^ m ^IJ ' good fortune. 

Seshsha n ^^ (j , Tuat X, a god who 
announced to the stars the birth of Ra daily. 

sesha ~^ (1 2 1 7^ = ^^ [1 e ^ ^ ' 

to pass; Copt, elite. 



skilled, able, wise. 



s-shat 



r-vr-i 



r*^, to destroy; 



caus. of ''^s^ ^^ ; Copt. cytJOX. 



seshi 



seshit 



. N. 1339 



nzi 



^^O, 



A.Z. 1900, 23, night, evening, darkness. 

seshu ^^o. IV, 72., ^^o. 
Vo' 



r-vrn 

seshu 



'=^, %°, ^^' 935» ring, 

\\ asZDjrill ring-money. 



r~wn 



^*^, l- 37 7i to be loose, 
-2i 1 * untied. 

seshu H R (""^d sekher) A.Z. 1900, 
r 129, concern, business. 



seshu — H— 1) 1) I) , writings, documents. 
S-ShU — H— p VS ^^ , free from, vacant, 
empty ; caus. of 1) _^^- 

Seshu 



00 



Nebqed 12, 19, a form 
of Set. 



seshua ^fl"! = fi 00^, to 

praise, to honour. 

S-Shebt ^^ J c=^> AA ^^^ , to exhaust, 
to render helpless ; caus. of 1 vv 1 1 ci^S" AA ' 



seshep oa L=JI = .^£ L-J, Rec 2 7, 2 2 2, 

34, 176, 182, to receive. For words beginning 
with the sign ^?^y^l^ see also under shesep. 



seshep c=szi ^ , p. 624, M. 607, N. 121 1, 



c=szi to polish. 

DO ^ 



seshep ^^o|,^°,.^|. 



I w I r v\ I 

D O' D (£ 



1^ -^^ light, radiance, day, daytime, 
O ' a O ' the solar disk. 

Seshpi ^ D^ ^, ^D (j[) |, 

:m-D^. the Light-god. 

seshep ^ ^, white apparel, bandlet. 



seshef C3a 

w 

abominate, to despise 



, Rev. 14, 22, to 



seshem 



^ T^''^ 



A 



A 



, to guide. 



A' 



to lead, to direct, to administer, to govern. 

seshem- 1 ^5; ^ |, ^ |^ 

guidance, administration. 

seshmi-t ^ ^(ji] ^, guide (fem.) 

^^ ^^^' guides, leaders. 

seshem ^ ^ , ^ 1;^^ 2||, image or 
statue of a god. 



s 



[ 623 ] 



S 



Tuat X, a winged- 
serpent. 



Seshmi ^.-^ 

Seshmi - uat - heh -^ i ^^ |o §' 

Guide of the path of eternity — a title of Ra. 

Seshmi-pet ^^^/"'clj f==^, Guide of 
heaven — a title of Ra. 

It ^AAA'V\ H 

Seshmi-en-uat-teser-t -^^r^=£:i<z:> 



^ 



, Tuat IV, a god of Restau. 



a^ 



Seshem-en-Tem ^^ i w^ :p!=K 

Tuat VIII and XI, a form of Tern which sprang 
from the serpent Ankhfemkhaibit, a form of 
Tern in the Circle Sesheta. 



7\ 



nii> 



Seshem-neteru -=x-^ 

of the gods. 

Seshem-netherit " ^^^ i] "1 



leader 



.©' 



> 



Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 37) 

Seshmit-heri-ab-t uaa-t-s 



^ 



the goddess of the 5th hour of the night. 

Seshemseshem (?) '=^>^ "2?t, Tuat xi, 

one of the 1 2 bearers of Mehen into the eastern 
sky. 

Seshmu-Tuat ^ ^ ,^, ® ^ ^, 

^'>f^ ® ^ , the guides of the Other World. 
-" III ITZl' ^ 



AAAAAA 
(VAAAAA 

id 



i< 



of the 36 Dekans ; varr. ^ |^| ^ -^ , cis: 



s-shem 



^K^- 



to make warm or 



.1 



hot, to heat ; cans, of 1 v\ 1 

S-Shemm ^ t\ Q, Peasant 245, 



as=]. 



to warm, to heat ; caus. of czsn Vs. V\ \J[. 



s-shemsi 

caus. of a (HI J\ 



A 



, to make to follow ; 



seshem sheii(?) 



IZ3ZD 



ryr\ 



^ 



, Rev. 14, 33, mighty formula, strong spell. 



seshen 



»l IM*! /www J\ A//</^\K J\ 



C30 , 00 L-fl, 0, to open, to 

AA«VW\ r- ^ 1 /SAAAAA I \\ I \\ 

make a way through ; var. of 1 C3ED and I -^J^wSf. 



seshen, seshni t=sa , , on 

" ^> " — W — " — 10 —**— n 

'WWVA ^ J\ /WNAAA V— fl AA/WVA 73 WVWVA (£ 



UJ] 



, to weave. 



Seshen-ur (=10 ^=3^^ J, Rec 

187, a god ; see Sekhnur. 



30, 



seshen-t C30x.^^^ ^" ^ '^^"^ '°°'"' 

AAAAAA 6 cloth. 



seshenn 






a kind of head 
cloth, fillet. 



I \\ I ^AA/^AA 

seshen oa"^, U. 501, oa "^j Metter 

AAAAAA I A/\A/W\ 

nich Stele 63, to grieve. 



s-shen r^ir-i 






AA/\AAA 



, to alight, to hover over ; caus. 



01 AAAAAA 



seshen rur-i 

AAAAAA 









85, lotus, lily ;plur. ^5(3 "^"^j ^5"^'^, 

/VAA/W\ " I I I AAAA/V /> I I I 



/VAA/W\ 

Rec. 29, 148, C30 V\ 

A/VAAAA /T 






^, 



i=sa \> .^ , Pap. 3024, 1 35, oszi w : , 

[3XZI -=^3 Vdi, 00 ^5 I, IV, 918, I165; 

, IV, 1 165, summer lily; Heb. 



[ZSZI 

AAAAAA 



AAAA/V\ . 



]tyit2?, Syr. lAiioi, Arab. |^-»-.-. Copt, 
cyojcyeit, Gr. rTor-<7o/^. 

seshshen ~*^ '^^°~' V, u. 395, 



oszi 



A.Z. 45, 135, lily, lotus ; see r-vn 



AA/\A/V\ 



CJSZ2 



seshshen " '"'^ Y ^^^' ^" offering. 

I \\ I A/V\AAA I 

r^_ IV, 629, cup in the 
form of a lily. 



seshen csa 



seshen-t r-rr-i [cm], Rec. 36, 210, a place 



where the deceased purified himself; var. I 



OSZJ 

VNAAAA 



[TH, 



[ 624 ] 



S 



Seshnit oa o "l J| , Rec. 32, 84, the 

name of a water-goddess. 



name of a funerary goddess and of a city. 

Seshen-uab cnafe)/^ | ^^^^y ^.D. 

81 A, "Holy lily"— a title of Ra. 

Seshenu en Nefer-Temu cia ^ 

B.D. 8 IB, the lily of 
Nefer-Temu. 

- . —*— -TkW A Tutankhamen 9, 

sesniiai czsa ^v9r' to pray. 

seshnu ^a^e^^ Rec. 28, 169, a fish; 
plur. oa ^, ,,• 

s-sher ^^= R ® ^, Rec 16, 

108, to fall down, to overthrow; caus. ot ^__^ 



■^^, Peasant 251, to make 
CZSZ] 



s-sherr 

less, to belittle ; caus. of 

Sesherm^, Mission 223, a g^ 

sesheru ^5 1^ 1 , 

= p^||®,Xns, etc; seep 



^arment 
or stuff. 



sesher-t ^^ ^, IV, 1x59, ,3^ ^ 

, bread cake, food. 
sesher-t C3a '^ , dung, excrement. 

Seshrui urui 00 x , .^^, Ombos I, 

143, the two sacred arrows of Ombos. 

sesher ^ Q 1 1' ^^'^' '^"' ^^°^' 

blocked up, stopped. 

S-Shes r-^:r-i y\ , to open, to unbolt ; caus. 



of 



esq 

seshesc?) ^ ^,^ '''"'^ °f ^°°? ""' 

^ ' u 000 precious stone. 






I 



seslisa (shesa) 

Precepts of Amenemhat i, 12, ^ ^^ , tg 



^ 



(9 I I 
f ^ J 1 



^^ a Q3i, Amen. 27, 26, 

-«- .-fL ji — ^ n ^ 

Anastasi IV, 2, 7, ^_^ [gi ^\ 3[j, ^_^^ ' ^ 



00 



^ 



e ^ 



.^' 



,^ 



(9 1 - 



(2 X I 

'^ ^ ^\ to be skilled, able, clever, ^ 3 
IV, 1 152, skilful. 

seshsa-t (shesa-t) ^ p Iq] 



# 
^ 



I ^ J 



^^ "'^^^»'^™y- 



sesnsa ^-^ tSP ;^ ^ ' go. 

seshsa (sesha) ^ 'o''^'^^0' 

night, evening, darkness. 



seshsait (seshait) ^_^^^ 

*~ [qj'^ °.> a seed used in medicine 



Mil 



seshsau (seshau) ,_^ [q]'^ ^. 

Anastasi IV, 2, 6, 1*1 rg]'^ )? , KoUer 2, 4, 
antelope, deer, goat, roe. 

Seshesp-taui -^^ ^ ^ ^, Ombos 
I, 108, a lioness fire-goddess. 

Sesht C30 ^ ^;,_71, to weave ; var. I " ^-.Q. 

sesht A 

r m i) 

sesht I 



Rev. 12, 71, a strip 
of blue linen, 

Rec. 13, 30, figure, 
' form. 



s-sheta oa i iv, 671, czsa 

to hide, to keep secret, to conceal ; caus. of 
"-^^ "^ ■'' Copt. cytocyT. 



D 

— •*— n — •*"" ^ ==^ 
seshetat czsa -^ , n^ri 

■ ■ X . ■■ • X 



■^i' 






X z:^ 



mystery; plur. cso ,. . l=sa 3 
■^ ==?= Ill ^ n 

o I ,— r-, -tk^ 



1' ^ 

I ^ o 
I —**— 
I, i=szi 

1 ^D 



tkx n I 



<2 



!, 



[ 625 ] 



(2 X 

I I I 



a^^®, itisavery 



mysteries of the god of the horizon. 

Seshta cezd 



Tuat VIII, a circle in the 
Tuat. 



Seshtai 



'* He who is secret " — a divine title 

Seshtai 



^ 



, Tomb of Seti I, one 



of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 44) 

Seshtait ~^^ 



n , Thes. 31, r-w~i , 



the goddess of the 4th hour of the day 

Seshtait aru i-^m 



e J o 



, goddess 



of the loth hour of the day. 



Seshtau aru 



X 



D 



jA^\ 



, beings with invisible forms. 

Seshta Asar m Jl , ^■^^- ^^\ Y"' \^ 

— a bull-god. 



Seshta baiu 



I I 



of the nine guards of Ra. 

Seshta ren r-^ 31 



I , Tuat VIII, one 



I, "Hidden 



name " — a title of God. 
X 



seshta 



IZSZ] 



5 



, bandlet, tiara. 



SeshtU r-rrn ^*^^^ crocodiles, secret powers 
^(^111' of evil. 



sesht ^ c^-;^ , ^ 5 , Y_/^_^, Y_/ g, 

bandlet, cord of a book, girdle, etc. ; see 



r-^^~i 



sesht =»^ "^ , lock of hair. 



sesht-t =»=^ 



ci 



iCi 



n' =f=\irT] 



, window, bal- 



o I 



cony (?) ; plur. ^^ i . csa 



c^ I 



I , Rec. 



27, 222 ; Copt, cyonrcyx. 



seshter (?) ^^^-^ 



.^^ 



light-shooting star, 

seq 



, Rec. II, 64, a 



A 



L=J, 



A c->^ 



, to gather together, to collect 



s 

<f]2 



a kind of 



Seq uarf -s*^ -j^ I ^ ^' O'^^^s I, 61, 

a hunting-god. 

««i T ^- T^^ ^' _ 

pulse (?) leaf; plur. I, Rec. 4, 27; j\ 

zl ^ I At 

"^ -NAwvA [1 iz^^ JT "Vj, Annales IX, 156. 
to prolong life; caus. of A ^\ jT 3|. 

J & { the gods who exalt men and prolong their 
U nJ I ' lives; compare the following name : — 

Seqa-nu-baiu-peter-heh P T ^^' 

D ^^_ r^Q ^ Thes. 31, the goddess of the 
<:z> rSn o' 3rd hour of the day. 

sqa_^^|^f,IV, 8o9;see 
seqraankhll ^ .=^ l\^ h. 

s-qebb — h— ^ 11 \] jy 3^, Rec. 30, 189, 

TJJilTJJSS''"'"'"''" 

refresh ; caus. of zl ] \\w. 

Seqbeb "^ J J ^=A^ Jj, the doorkeeper 
of the 3rd Pylon ; compare the following : — 

Seabitp.J|-^.B.D.. 



42, 5» 25, a 
goddess. 



seqer ^^l^, ^^ ^, ^ ^^, 

~'*~ *=^^^^ to strike, to beat (a drum), to break 
^ iiiiiiiii ' open a door. 

seqra ankh ^ ^ — ^ ■¥■ , I V, 61 2, a com- 
batant captured alive ; compare the following : — 

Seqra - tchatchau 

Tuat VII, a star-god. 

S-qeti — «— M , Metternich Stele 224, 
-^ i ^ ^n^ , -^ d ^"^j to travel, to sail ; 






caus. of 

s-qett 
Seqt-t 



O 



^ n^ , to travel, to sail. 



-\[g-;;;tIl^.B.D.(Saite)I,i8, 
a boat of Orion, % % ^ M . 



2 R 



— s 



[ 626 ] 



seQetiu —>^ i , wandering stars ; com- 
pare the two following names : — 

134, a mythological being. 



Seqet-hati 

4, a mythologii 

S-qeti-her 



* , etc., Ombos II, 



e 



^1 

w^ch^ZLC*" the^d Ant. 

seki 






,. U. 426, c=\^, T. 244, 

c^-s;; , to dig out a lake. 

seki 



"b ^— ^ to constrain, to contend 
A L-=Z1' against, to fight. 

X to destroy, to 
S^ /I' bring to an end. 



t^ 



seki — ^ 

Seki ~^ M , Tuat XII, one of the gods 

who towed the boat of Af through Ankh-neteru ; 
he was reborn daily. 



seksek 



.,U.53 



o'^n 



"^ — «, 



IV, 812, to crush, to destroy. 

Seksek ~^ ^ mm, b.d. 35, 3, a 



serpent-god who attacked the dead ; var. I ^ 

, B.D. 75, 4, 



Seksekit 

a goddess ; var 



sek 



' A 



s-kek 



^'~^, to make dark, to 



darken, to cover over ; cans, of Hp-N 

skek ^^, IV, 1057 



•"^ ^ k if ^-^^f: .":."'.": 

y- I " •■ 

— *- ^, "^^ , to bring to an end, to make com- 
plete, to finish ; caus. of >• — i ^ I ; " ^ 

^—^ ^ perfect of tongue, i.e., skilled in speech, 
? ' ^ eloquent. 



skam 



Vt\ to be old and grey- 
S; Jl' haired. 



/wi , old man, grey-headed man ; plur. 
M %^ "HX , the aged ; Copt. 



^ — I 



CKIJUL. 



s-kamkam 



X 

L_=/l 



, Thes. 



1199 ; caus. of 



^ — \^ — I X 

, — , — L^- 



S-kep ^g r=r , to flood, to inundate; 



caus. of ^ 

a 



'L=fl, 



skep 

to overthrow, to roll away. 



D 



, to strike, 



skem 



Skemu nen-t 



^, Rec. 5,90 



B.D. 78, 44, a group of gods. 

sken 'CI 



Ox 



sken-ta ^ 



to eat or drink in a glut- 
tonous manner. 

^ A /^ habitual glutton or 
H 21' drunkard. 



skennu 
Skenu ' 
s-ker "^ 
seker ^ 






oil, unguent, salve, 
/wwvA O ' pomatum. 



, Tuat X, a light-god. 



to put to 
silence. 



a place shut in, the 
coffin. 



Seker, Sekri ^ 

„T.27o,^^ 



i 1 



, U. 326, 556, 557, 
,N.953,' 



!^^' 



w v!V.^ 



ally the god of the Tuat of Memphis, later the 
Death-god par excellence. 



Sekri 



Seker 



w 



a form of Seker in the 
Tuat. 



I [©l,^!]!]®^, Seker, 



personification of his domain, 

Seker ^3^ Z , Denderah IV, 84, 



X 



^-=^1 






,Berg. II, 8,^^:^^, 



warder of the 
6th Pylon. 



s 



[627] 



Seker ^^ Berg. I, i6, a god who filled 
<— >' the deceased with Truth. 



Seker em shetait 

a form of Osiris. 

Sekri heri sha-f 



w 



^ OSZ3 



• < — , Tuat IV, a form of Seker. 

Seker khenti Petchu 

D^^^P.607. 



m 



Seker 



w 



'vs:^ 



r-ffi^--- 



o 



the 



festival of Seker. 

Seksen R^cz^ I aa^ww \, P. 650, 1 ^^=^ 

n ftAA^vw ri ri «v 

I ^ , P. 726, \\^=^ I AAAAAA^, M. 751, a 

messenger, (j D \/ ^ | ^, of Ra. 

Sekt ^ 



;, Denderah II, 48, 49, a 

name given to several of the sacred boats at 
Denderah. 



Sekti, Sekt-t 



^11^. 



w ^ ^ 

,, the boat of the setting sun which bore 
Afu-Ra through the Tuat ; see I g 

Sekt-t -^^ " ' 



I bor( 



the god of the Sekt-t 
boat. 



Sekktiaks ^^=:^ 



w 



Leemans 



Men. 3, 210-213 = Gr. 'S.ia^. 



Seg TT , a mythological animal ; see Sega. 



seg S S' ^^P' ^°^^' ^^ 

Sega"^ 



a mythological animal with 
a hawk's head. 



Resa-a~Z~^ I j] Rev. 1 1, 124, to covet, 
iAi y>^ to seize (?) 

1 Qr' ^^^^^^ Stele 24, 



segab ^ 

n n "^ 11 %\ ^ ^•^- 34, 8, to shout, to 
I ^mJjrSI' raise a cry. 

S-gaa —4^ S ^^, Rec. 27, 88, to 
destroy, to let perish ; caus. (?) 



segeb 



S 



I, Tuat I, a singing-god. 



J^ Metternich Stele 7, to 
2l ' cry out. 



S-gemh -^ Ag^ I -^, Peasant 
2 1 3, to make to see ; caus. of /^^ ^v 9 -^g^ . 

s-genn ^ S0» '^ ""^^^ ''^^'^ o"" 



helpless ; caus. of 



s 



l> /WNAAA r> T-r. 

S-genn ZS T ^' P «^ ^' '° 

anoint ; caus. of ^ L—/) ; CO^T^rt. 



-•f- 



seger ^ 

H 

see ^ L— =/). 



, to strike, to fight; 



^"^^^ S ^^^^, Rec. 26,65, S <=>@' 
V Qt' ^^ make silent, to still, 



a 



silence, rest ; caus. of 



ffi 



i>- 



I , parts of a ship. 



sgergu ^ <= 

M— 

set , absolute pron. 3rd sing., common. 



set 



, later form of 



Set (Setesh = Sutekh 



c^mn ill c^\m\ 
the god of evil. 



, nmTi 



Qq-i- "~^~ j—T B.D. 42, protector of the 
Qnn] ^^ ' backbone of Osiris. 



Set 



backbone of Osiris. 

Tuat V, a bull-god who de- 
stroyed the dead. 






Set ^^ 1, Edfa I, 9 fgh, a god of 



AAAAAA n Q ^ 

Set nehsi 



P' 



r-i 11, Tuat X, a Set- 
headed sceptre which was revivified at dawn 
daily. 

set — t^ jj fQ, Jour. As. 1908, 277 = 
^^ ^y earth, ground ; Copt. CHT. 

As. 1908, 290, ground, earth, soil ; see 



, Jour. 

r 



sti 



w 



rt3= 



3 



, smell, scent, 



or odour ; Copt. C'f". 



2 R 2 



sti-heb 



w 



S 



y 



[ 628 ] 



^3:7, 



m- 



festival scent or perfume. 



Sti-her O^, '^^'"^- ^*""- ^^' '°' f 

1 ' serpent-god. 



set (sti) 



fl L— fl, Nav. Lit, 71, 

p.(jqf|.Rec..:,48,:^f|.-"tbu;n^: 
set-t ^ f|, ^ f|, ''==® I' Hymn 
Darius 15, fire, flame; lA r^ '> divine fire; 

Copt. c^xe. 

StU heb m '^X^, the name of the 

25th day of the month. 

Set em ar-t-f "^ Q ^ ^, Tuat 

III and IV, a fiery serpent-god of the 5th Gate. 



Set em her-f 



(|k£^'T- 



III, a serpent-god in the boat Herer. 



, Tuat XI, " Everlasting 



Set heh 

• ' o 

fire," a fiery serpent that destroyed all who 
tried to escape from the pits of fire. 

set, sti ^*V^, ~^ /^, Rec. 32, 67, to 
eject seed, to beget, to sow seed. 



sti ^ .,U. .57. ^ 



^ ^ ^ , to SOW 



seed; Copt. ci'f". 

Sti ^ \} , title of the priest of Elephantine. 
set V- , thread, string, cord. 

set ~" 



w 



,, hairy tail; varr. ^^, ^--^\' 



sti ^ \\ , the festival of the tail ; see M 



\> 



sett 



CI Ci 

, to quake, to tremble; see 



Copt. CXOJT. 

sett 

setti n^ 

I II 



U. 491, N. 915, trembling, 
quaking. 

^ A.Z. 1905, 19, the 
leaping of fish. 



sta 



D 



s 



tk-^ 



■^ 



Jr 7^ ' oH ^ 



haul, to drag, to draw, to tow; see I j=* 



staiu "^"^ ~^i, 



D 



, to pull, to 



-^ 



^7\ill' 



those who bring along, towers of a boat. 



Sta 



-e- 



, Mar. Aby. I, 45, a god of 



AftAAAA (O ^ 



stan-t 






, draughtboard (?) ; var. 



stah 



^ — ^ Rev. 14, 46, to reject, to 
^ A ^^^ ' cast aside. 



stah-t 



s-tahen 



=■ Rev. 14, 46, refuse, 
,0 ' waste. 

'^/^f'^j^ pSSm, to make bright 



or shining, to clarify ; caus. of Ij ft ^fffr* or 



Sta --^] (j , P. 265, ^.-"ll (j ^, M. 476, 

N. 1 244, ^ ^, ^^ ^ ^, the White Crown. 

S-t-an ^^ [1 ^» i Thes. 818, Rec. i6, 
o 1 /wwvv I' 106, a goose-god. 

Sti.... "^QQeii^i,^-^"- -' s 

StU ~^^ %^, Tuat X, a light-god. 



s-tut 



gether ; caus. of -^i^ 



s-tut 



, to collect, to gather to- 



, IV, 973, 

— »— o ^ V:^ t } , Hymn Darius 43, to observe 

some custom, to do something that is usually 
done, to make a copy or image, to fashion, to 

typify, to symbolize ; 



c:i 



i 



Thes. 1483, to compare in words ; caus. of 



steb 

relish ; var. 

step ~^ 






^, to enjoy, to 



g n to select, to choose ; 

Copt, ccjoxn. 



I 



[ 629 ] 



S 



step 
step 



a ^'=>- 



, to cut, to cut ofld 



Stef ^^ f^, Rec. 27, 83, „^ ^ |. 



^ 1^=1, foam, froth (of beer). 



O 



cut, to slay for sacrifice. 



stem 



to hear; Copt. COOXJUL; 
see setchem. 



Stennu ~^^ ^ Edffi I, 77, a title of 

o O t=t' the Nile-god. 

s-ten ~^ 1 H, IV, 350, ~S~ ^ "I 

to distinguish, to make a difference between, to 

'v\ , makmg 



exalt -"X^^W" 



a difference between the languages of all 



countries; caus. of 






Sten taui o 

AAAAAA (2 I (T^ y^l ' ... ■ \> I 

A.Z. 1872, 109, B.D. (Saite) 125, 62, a title of 
Thoth. 



Sten V , to slay, to kill. 



stenu 



o 



, the White Crown. 



s-tenem 



c^ 



to lead astray, to mislead ; caus. of 

steh ~^ 



, B.D. 151, V, 3, 



■ ^ X^O' ^ «^ 



t_J 



, to split, to open. 



S-tehen — ^ | | -www c|||g , to sparkle, 
to twinkle (of stars), to scintillate, to make light ; 

caus. of I fi /wwv^ pfflj or S=3 P aaa^aa pS||3 . 

= Set, the god of evil. 

Setesh ^ ^ ; var. of ^ 5^ and ^ ^ 
J ^, the later ^—j ^ 1 the god of evil. 



s-teken -*- 



A , to make to approach, 



to bring near ; caus. of ^^iz::;^ J\ . 



stekmu o nn ^, ci nn ^ 

porters, those who bring in offerings, invaders. 

steg _^^, _ 'f^ q-M?, to hide 



oneself, to take refuge. 





seth 



/ 
o 



(nma ' 



to asperge, to pour out a libation ; 



see — M- 

seth-t 

basin ; plur. 

seth "* 



mnn , 



, libation 



^ 



f^, smell, odour, scent; 



the smell of flesh ; Copt. cf". 
seth ^^^, hair, tail. 



q. Ill 



setha 

to tow, to drag, to pull, to lead 



7\ ' 



^T 



sethaiut ' <5\ M"^ I, ^^^'^ '^^^ ^°^ 



e I ' the boat of Ra. 
~^ j corridors or passages through which 



J\J\ I 

s-tham 



boats are towed. 



5 



Tr n to dress, to clothe, dress, apparel, 
garment; caus. 



S-tham 
sthar - 



? ^ Rec. 27, 86, to 

i/(*=Ti)' fecundate. 

-^^, Rec 5, 96 = 
Sethasiu^^^;^,Tua. X, a 

class of beings on the waters of the Tuat. 

SethU . ~**~ %i,, Tuat VIII, a serpent-god. 



^ U (j '^ III' ^^^^^ strings. 



D (2 



,, to slay, to kill. 



! the slain in the 



sethuit 

sethep 

sethepu ^ ^ ■ , n, , 

8=j e ,^ I Tuat. 

S-them ^^ ^s^^ 5 , to wrap up in cloth, 

to bandage ; var. I ^^ ^^ 5 • 

2 R 3 



s 



[ 630 ] 



sethen s=» tii^, draughtboard (?) ; var. 



— *— ^ 

sethen 



conspicuous, prominent 



varr. 



3.then fl ^ ^' P ^ I' ^^''' ^"P- 



, to dis- 



tinguish, to make a difference; caus. of ^^^^ ^ • 

Rflthen her » il ^ °^ distinguished 
setnen ner » ^y ^ , appearance. 

sethenu S o ^ | j . §=* V^ ' I ' 

distinctions, distinguishing quaUties or attributes. 
^ en^ ,DenderahIV, 67, 

b. 
((, Edfu I, 21, an ape- 



Sethenu ^^ — 

AAAAAA v£ 

a sacred coffer at Denderah. 
O 



Sethenu 

god— an associate of Thoth ; var. [1 I '^^ J| 
, Tuat XI, a group of 



Sethenit 

four goddesses — servants of Maat 



Sethen^hat « »=^ '*^"^^ ^^' '^ i°^ °^ 

A/VAAAA C^ 

Sethen -hath 



f 



the South. 
, Tuat IV, 



the name of a god in the Tuat. 

Sethenu-tep (?) §==» 

AA/VAAA 

a group of southern god-kings. 

s-thenem 



I ^, Tuat XI, 
I I 

<i> _ f , 5 — J ^v , to turn 
back, to turn aside or away, to lead astray ; 
caus. of 

sether 



3 ga, to be shaken, disturbed. 

sether -t ^^o 1, Rec. 30, 72, eyeUds, 

eyelashes (?) ; s=> j ^, Hh. 209. 

S-thehen — h— JS^ , to sparkle, to scintil- 
late, to coruscate ; caus. of s=3 x ~w«aa iMw . 

s-thes ^^'iu.zi, ^^"i-^, B.D. 

M Jl M 11 i"'^) 

140, 13, s==> "i I , to exalt, to lift up ; I ^^^ "1 

Q?i, to raise a song of praise ; caus. of , . 

2-1 H jlL 



*"■ n tk H ' ^^°^^ ^^""^ ^^^^^ ^°"^^ °^ praise 
=3 I _^ ii 1 ' o^ ^^^^"^^ words of power. 

sethes o^ s=3't1f==^, ^^^^^nlif' 

— tt—Jl — H— ii — «— XL »»» 

M YYTT i what is supported or exalted, the 
jjTnT' sky, heaven. 

sethes Shu o ^ P ^ ^ ' ""^^^ 

supports Shu (P^O). 

sethesu Shu ^ P^^ j P ^ |' 

B.D.,.o, ,3, ^^Tn"?^!' n=il 

sethes 
s-thes '--"^ 



the four 
ipports of Shu. 

Rev. II, 119, a carrying 
pole, staff. 



U=/l 



, to unravel, to untie, to 



C==<w«:a 



solve a difficulty ; caus. of ^^ n _• 



s-theken 



, to penetrate : v\ ^-^ 



I , to copulate : caus. 

I 

sethta ^^ "I fj ' ^- ^^5, 



(1^ 



N. 1244, the White Crown of Upper Egypt. 

sethetch i = 



to burn ; Copt. 

c^.Te. 



set 



^>-. _ ^=^===' ^^^ 



mrm 



, stone, flint (?) 



set 



X 



,. Pap. 3024, 79, 



X 



^ X Edict 28, to break, to smash, to break 
^ Jl' open, to cut, to pierce. 



Set-t ^=^> ^ ^ , breach, break. 
• ^ X 



Set-qesu R 



'!L=J^ I, B.D. 125, II, 
\> X N I 

a god of Hensu, one of the 42 assessors of 
Osiris; va,T.^p^|;,^UJ I,;,, 

set"" 



N^, tail, rump ; _ \^ 



A.Z. 35, 17, II, the tail in the mouth; Copt. 



[631] 



S 



set ^=^^, hair, fur, foliage of trees. 

set-t ~^ni» ^^fl '' flame, fire; see 



set ^^, to sow seed : see fli ^'=0). 
set O, a strong smell, ©dour, scent, 

M 

perfume; see O. 

ici W 

set ' l| ', ' || ' Q, to dress, to 

array in fine apparel. 

sett 



1204, to quake, to tremble; Copt. CXtOT. 

— If 

sta 



;,Rec. 34, 177,^ 
IV, 614, to tremble, to quake. 

stata 



"^^; Copt. CTUOT 

stau 



I I I 



I I 



, palsy, quaking paralysis. 



Sta-ta 
s-ta ^^ 
set ah 



=^^ Tuat IV, god of 
I s' earthquakes. 

, to lay, to place ; caus. of A n . 
Temp. Inschr. 79, 



\> 



2« = 



stit 



\> 



, a parcel of land. 



Y' 



s 



, bandlet. 



StU ^ ^ I ^ B.D. 64, 35 (Nebseni), 

to make bad, to defame, 



headcloth, kaflyyah, pagari. 
StU " % ^. to chew. 



S-tU 



Ci:^ 



_2r "^^ ' to decry, to vilify ; caus 

Stukh "^ % ^ O , ^° embalm, to mum- 
t— =^ n ^ ' mify. 

steb ^ J ^, ^ J "T^' ^"^^^'^^ 
Pap. I, Peasant 50, B.D. 71, 3, bandlet, belt, 
girdle, hangings of a shrine, part of a square 
cloth, fringe. 



I vnAAAa 



to chew food, to eat, to drink. 

S^eb J I, misery, trouble, disaster; 

S-tebeh ^^ J S ^=— = ^, to provide, to 
equip, to supply ; caus. of c;^ii j fi j\. 

Stef ^^ \v , to cut, to slay. 

Stefit ^^ (1(1 ^1. Tuat X, a mythological 
axe, from which proceed Netheth and Kenat. 

SteflU ^=^^ (](] I , Tuat X, a group of gods 
of slaughter who fetter Aapep. 

Stefu ^ ^ '", ^ I %, fetters ropes 
^^ Jl e ^-^ I Jl of torture., 



stef 
Stef 



stemu 
steni[t] 



, to purify, to clarify. 

^ ^ Edfu I, 81, a title of the 

' Nile-god. 



'^'i^^^ j B.D. 99, 1 1, edicts 

I ' for slaughter (?) 



I ^ property, wealth. 



Stergw,A-Z- 35,'i-7/to clear^^a 

steh ^|^.^^A.z. 45, 130, IV, 968, 

rru 8 "^ 8 i^ Pap. 3024, 18, to humble, 
1 nes. 1 450, ^__^ ^^, ^Q ,^^^gg^ jQ pygj^ ^sj^jg 

steh ^ 

"'j to lighten, light 



s-tehen 



to push open a 
door. 



C J .YVYY, 

ning, storm ; caus. of ^== jpfp . 

oVaVVi ^^ to treat with drugs, to mum- 



s-teka 



, to hide ; caus. of 



s-tega 



IV, 84, to hide, to hide oneself. 



S, Mettemich Stele 169, 



2 R 4 



[632] 



S 



Stega-khatt c=afei ij^ /I qq 

1^ ^ Berg. II, II, a form of Ament, as 

a^+^i Z^ Tuat XI, the name of a god 
* ^» ■ in the Tuat. 

S-teti — "^ ft^ ^° ^^^^ permanent or 

durable ; caus. of u U \\. 

setch nl^ ^, A.Z. 1906, 11 2, child, babe. 



Setchti-^-^ ^^,Nav.Lit6i, 



Rev. II, 91, the two children, i.e., Shu 

and Tefnut. 



Setchetch — y^^ 5] > fo^""' image. 
to depart, to die ; caus. of V^ J ^^ . 

setchai-t --i'^(l()^' i^' ''^'' ^ 

laughing matter, jest, joke. 



setchai-t 

Gates 128 ... . 



setcham-t 
setchahui 

bones of Osiris. 



g, Book of 



, hoe, hatchet. 
^ ^ ^ , the two shin 



'^ B.D. QQ, 21, a kmd of 
111 seed. 



setchit 

setcheb ^^'^ J |, ^^"^ J, Rec 

32, 80, 81, disaster, misfortune, calamity. 

Setchef — »— ^^ \\ , to kill, to slay ; see 

s-tchefa ^^^, ^;;^^ 

1^^, to feed, to provision, to supply, to pro- 
vide for ; caus. of ^^ ^^ ^^ . 

setchefa — ^ *^ %^, — ^ "^ 

^^ , food, provisions, supplies. 

Setchfit fl^\" 

hippopotam us-goddess. 



, Ombos I, 47, a 



setcher ^ ^^ ^5^, Rec. 26, 229, 

~^<^^ rfj^ B.D. 89, 3, 166, T, to pass the 
^ <-^^ ; *j ? night, to lie down, to sleep. 

setchru^^^L^-Vde^d'. 
Setcheri-ur p^1^^^,T.38o, 

a son of Nut. 

setcher — h— B? L==/], Famine Stele 32, 
strong one, creator. 

setcher ^^ B ^, to support, to bear 

setcher -^ B c^, I^^ 59, dwelling, 
<:::2:> ' strong buildmg. 

setcheh-t °^ | ^ |' °^ | I e' 

shin bone ; dual =uL | y 3| > Metternich 
Stele 28, "^ 3 3 , Metternich Stele 158. 

Setcheh fl '^ ^isim, u. 542, T. 297, 

p. 236, a serpent-fiend. 

s-tcheser 



,____ w^,iv, 

217, to beautify, to sanctify; caus. of -i^-l W^. 

Setchet-t 
Setch-ti 



, fire, flame. 
f| ^ , Tomb of Seti I, 

P 

S-tchet-t — H— '^l ^ , something pub- 

lished; see H '^ ^0%^, published; fl "^ 
^ , Israel Stele i, things proclaimed abroad; 



c:^ 



! , Israel Stele 9, i o, to 



make a proverb of someone ; Copt. ^ICXJIcy. 
setChet-t — »»-'^ '^, Rec. 2, m, tales. 



stories, sayings, speeches, addresses ; Copt. 

s-tchetef — h- 



snare; caus. of c^^ „ 



s-tchetem 



^(2 , to wound, to 



Pap. 3024, 
44 



[ 633 ] 



S 

S 11 = Heb. tr? and t?. 

S la causative prefix; var. — ••— . 

S 1 = n ^T^ }| , health, in the formula ■?■ J P • 

S 1 = su 1^, III, 142, absolute pron. 
3rd sing. masc. ; compare Heb. ^^'IH. 

S, si I , I \\ , pers. and absolute pron. 3rd 
fern. ; varr. — m— , 



s I, 



w 



I I 



; compare Heb. t^'^n , 



S[a] I ^j a man, person, body. 

s[a]neb Pl^ 



, everybody. 



S, St(?) [1^, [1 ^ I = Ast, or As-t 
jj^^,Isis; Copt. HCe. 



s, sa p 7\ , p (] ^ . P ^ , to go, to go 
away, to depart ; I (1 7\ F=R , to go up ; 1 [I 
7\ ^ , to go down. 



sa-t n o 

sa-ta P 
sa 



, a kind of goose ; plur. 



, homage, praise. 



■t n "^ -Sx^, N. 288A, a kind of bird. 



^ attack, 

7^ ' overthrow, 

sa p[^^^,U.6i5,N. 162, 1^^, 

A.Z. 1899, 45, P "^ ^, ^-^J '90°. 20, to break, 
yyt Tjj I ^j-> jQ destroy, to constram. 

sasa P[^P[^A,p[^'^p[^^^, 

i^^,^„, ^^J\, Rec. 9, 38, Jour. E. A. 

HI, 104, to run against, to attack, to charge, to 
overthrow. 



s 



p 



sa ^ , back, hinder parts (later , oMM« , 
^ ); Copt coii ^^llo', ^11^^^, 
IV, 968, A ^^ T Y , high-backed, haughty, 
proud ; ^ with ^\ or J prefixed, after, in 
the following of /^ 1 ^0^ , ^ ^o' 7S , 

Amen. 9, 10) : * $ , at the back of ; «c=> ^ ^ , 

I I I I 

as the result of; <:z> ^ , towards, to the back o£. 



sa 



^, back, ,StDl, ^iQl, l^^^, 

5^, to turn the back in flight, to flee; 



^, 



sa [q] , A.Z. 1906, 130, a shrine or sanctuary 
in which a god or goddess was housed. 

sa, saut ^ , Rec. 33, 69, ^ cr^, 
cr~D 1 

'o'cA,' ^f\0' "^vO- '^i^^' 

cr^,p[D^n, IV, 840, pt^'^n. IV, 

^Om> ,^, ,f!,. R- 30, .86. a wall, 
walled building, fort, castle, fortified gateway. 



sa, saa 






varr, 



^ 



unknown, unheeded, dis- 
regarded. 



sau 



fi s 

[^ ^, IV, 969, Rev. 8, 73, PeqI 



[ 634 ] 



P 



S 



sage, wise man, one who is educated. 

sa4up^^^l)^,U.487,N.938, 



the wise, wise ones. 



f, N. 1135, 
^ , wisdom, knowledge, learning. 

Sa,S4a p^^^#^. N. 657, 

Rec. 31, 29, .^El'^^, IV, 498, 

|, wisdom or knowledge deified. 
of the 3rd hour of the day. 

16, a god in the Tuat. 

Sa I Y> U. 562, the magical strength of 
the god 



w 



sa neter \\^% the god's protection; 

? nO'i ^- 5^^' "Governor of the god's pro- 
I I A r tection." 

sa-Heru eqi'^, .^^"^I, 

dawn, morning; compare Heb. D^int!?. 

saHer.tp^^'«.A.z..9o8,^^7,,a„ 

8ap^^^, T. 338, p^ 
fg!.N.6.5 



*• ^*' PlQl^^' R<"=' "7. 57, PiqI 
l^. Rec. 15, 39, P 1^ ■^'^^, 

P,^1i'P^^1!l|.p^Mi- 



Rl^ ()[] ^, to be full, filled full, satisfied; 

P^^^V"-='«'P^^>^ 

o o o, T. 328, full, glutted; H [§ "^ ^111 

Sai fl [^ I (j [] °|, Jour. As.- 1908, 274, 
n |][j [^ (^, Rev. 13, 7, satiety; Copt. cei. 

sau n [§ "^ V^' Peasant 242, 1 [§ 

satiety, fullness, drunkenness ; M Iq] ^, "" N5, 

\\ ^ , Amen. 215, 8, drunken men. 
21 111' ^ 

Sa-t M [^ ^"^^^ IV, 1182, satiety. 

Sa-t ^ Q , offerings of food. 

I 9 I I I 



p^ 



o I 



I , evil, scorn (of a god), moral 



weakness or evil ; var. .-^^ 



salt ri [^ "^ (J (J ^^, weakness. 

sau I [^ ^^. s^w^ ''^j corruption, decay. 

sai-a P fQ] "^^ "^^ P- ii^6b, 54, 



Amen. 21, 4, to be 
weak or helpless. 



sai 



i-^ P c^"^^^ — ^1 ^> IV, 1078, 

'ov9.ji^^^(l(14i:^-P^k11 

-?>^ r I - 3 V\?^> weak-armed, a useless man. 

Sa (?) [q] 'Ssssw , a mythological crocodile. 

sa 1 [^ ^^"^j Rec. 16, 131, tress, hair; 
P^^^- y ^ 'm Mm' ^" "^^^'42. 

sa 



P^^^'^^^^" 



^:3;7, the name of the 14th and 17th days 
of the moon. 



sa-t (?) n Iq^ . . . , Sphinx 6 

sa fl "^ f|> B.^- (Saite), 17, 37, to burn 

Sa-ba n 
Sa-t 



the name of a 
fiend. 



^ one of the 36 Dekans ; 
i< ' Gr. 2/.a... 



[ 635 ] S fl 

SaabU 'o' ^"^ n(a<^ Gol. 6, n, loaf, 
I i=±i=3 J! Ill' cake. 

Saar 'd' ^ Jl,] ^ j. Harris 76, 9, 
name of a tribe or people ; compare Heb. y*^t^ . 

saar ^^^"^i^, ^"^j^i"^, 
I ^^1 tu III 



sa-vy saa 

.(2 



n 



.' P^ 

i?,. 



5, 



5, ^m 



e 



5, 



^ 



e 5, 
I I I 

bandlet, tunic, garment, cloth, 
mummy swathings, apparel. 

a plant or seed used in medicine. 

saut n [^ "^^ '^ o o o , N. 813 

Saa n [A 1\ [1 , U- 381. the name of a 
I ^ )m 1 god made by Geb. 

Saa-t Iq] (1 ^ , IqI 11 Q . tlirt, filth. 

Saapa [^ (] (^ d () c^ ^, ^^^- "' '^' 
saar 



or 



I [^ ^^, (1 v^ ^^. something bad 



/WVAAA /WWVV 



Peasant 136, lack of water. 

saaru R [^ "^^ j] 



^ 



I I 



extortioner, op- 
pressor. 



s-aakbu 



I'^^.M. ,0,, 

P- r76, [1 J^ , P"^' ^° ^^°"^^' ^^ ^^^^^ 
bright or shining, to praise, to recite formulae 
of praise, to do good to, to perform rites ; 

[1 '^ (], P. 66, M. 195, N. 34, p ^ e II , 

good things or qualities. 

s-aakhut H 



^1' 

glorifications, songs of praise, formulae recited 
for the benefit of the spirit-souls of the dead. 

saat 1 (] ^^ ^v^^' to make weak, to 

reduce; var. ' (1 r .. 



speech (?) 
speaker (? 



Anastasi III, 6, 9, vegetable growth, underwood, 
a kind of plant (?) 

saaru '^^^^^ '^ZM^' 

hair of an animal, goat's hair ; Copt. COpT ; 
Heb. mV'^. 

saarisa ^o^ ^ () () ^o^ ^ 5^ > ^^<^- "' 

180, soldier's pike; Gr. aaptaa, hat, sarisa(-issa). 

sai [^ 

nnn . . .. r^^ 



Rec. 4, 26, a kind 
of crown. 



Sau _^^, sixty; see the pun ^ 1 Qr 
in A.Z. 1905, 27; Copt. ce. 

S-au n^Vpeasant272, p^^^. 



IV, 618, caus. of if^^'- , to extend, to make 
wide or broad, to rejoice. 

s-au ab (hat) P /^ % "^^ to make 

glad the heart, to rejoice. 

s-au 



f^nJ), N. 1 107, to masturbate. 

sau 



sau 



n [^ "^ %^ v.^r^ , beam of wood, 



pillar, post, pole; see |^ 

sau, sau-t ^ , Treaty 17, 5^ 3 , y 



I, A.Z. 1905, 26, 27, 1913, 



14, absolute pron. 3rd sing. 



^niir\ 



gold. 



(0 \\o (3 



sau ^ .. o 



Rechnungen 67, vessel, a 
\\ ^ ' moist substance (?) 

sauababa ^f)"^^^^> 

Anastasi I, 23, 4, to withdraw, to shrink back, 
to return; compare Heb. 11 A Syr- ^mky Arab. 



p 



[636] 



P 



Sabu amiu she en ankh P? J% 

gods of the Lake of life. 

sab IT j AAAAAA , Rec. 29, 1 57, 10 melt away, 
to drip away (of the body in the earth). 

sab-t ^ "(< 

«^^^P^^M^- 

vl, Anastasi III, 12, 2, Harris 



'^ Rev. 12, 117, hill, 
Dnnj ' mountain. 

enemy, wicked 
' man. 



"T" 1 1 1 

I> 37A, 7> bush, thicket, vine, berries ; compare 
Heb. ri^ittJ, the supposed singular of D'^73.tl?. 

.. V • 7 • t: • ' 

sabar^J^^J^O, Anastasi 

I^j ^3> i> P.S.B. 13, 412, a liquid made from 
the same (?) 

-''*P^J^^i•P^^q1 

^0\ Rev. 13, 3, to smile, to laugh; Copt. 

-*>'"P^J1^1^i'P^J 

(I VS I '^ I , foes, enemies. 

«*'"-*P^%>11T''''=^-'3''3, 

reed; plur. P J (jfl | ^J Copt. CH&I. 

sabmerflf^.p^fl^^^, 

Amen. 27, 17, friend, companion ; Copt, cy^ep, 
a)<t>Hp. A mistake for smerp? ^j*^)%^. 

Sabs P"^ J p, B.D. 144, the herald of 
the.ndArit;varr.^pJ^\^|,^p 

J^V^PJnTkPJ--(l- 



sap-tp^^°^,p^^°^. 

Rec. 30, 68, a plant. 

Sapt-khenti c^ ° '^^ ^> P 1 

i::^ O \> I ^AAA/^A 

I d V (j/V), Tombs Seti I, Ram. II, one of 

the 36 Dekans; Gr. Stttxi'p; 1 3 ^, 

I c::>.AAAAAA N 

P^SII'^-Plf^^^'^^^sl- 

Saparar f^^^l^. i-D- 

III, 146, 14, a Hittite king; in cuneiform 
Shu-ub-bi-lu-li-u-ma. 

Sapathar t^ | ^ ^' *^ ^, 

"^1 l<^!fe'^^'l f^ Mar. Aby. II, Text 5, 
^ [/m V^ I I ^ ' 10, a Hittite chief. 

sapa 1 [q] nK , Khnemuhetep 206; 

read H [g] '^ ^ , P.S.B. 12, 88, 

Sapertargessu i^ | a 
saflt 



w iiSs^Q w 



Gol. 4, 9, 10, a Hittite 
country. 



'''5>.... Rev. 14, 21, 
^ ' sword. 



\' 



s-am I ^ ^^ L=J1, 

to seize, to grasp ; caus. of ^^. v^. L==/] • 
sam 11^^ \\ Q , wild bull ; fern. 



Sam-ur R 



,T. 273, 
, T. 359 ; see Smaur. 



S-am P'^^ ^^ ll , Hh. 521, to kindle, 
to burn ; caus. of "^^f^. 

Sam-ba P'^^fl'^ "^ . "Fiery 
soul " — the name of a fiend or devil. 

— t^^vP^kk^i- 

hair, locks, tresses. 

O , a disease. 



samana 

n AAAA/V\ 



e 



P s 

Samartasa ^ 



w 



^^1 



, L.D. III, 165 (read ^ 

samaktd ^ ^^^1 Q ^=^^' ^^^h- 

nungen 59, A.Z. 1909, 86, P.S.B. 19, 263, 

Iq] |\ - — °o%s:,-^ P'^^P' support, balk 
I .M^^cz:::^ Jl ' of timber. 

Iq] wwv\ (1(1 (2 wwv\ (^(j'2 ^ I Q:£}^, 



[ 637 ] S p 

^^'^ P IqI "^^^ "^^. a perverse 

^ X\ "^ )& I , oppressors or oppressed, 
Jl ^ ^ r perverse men, sinners. 

B.D. 64, 17, a group of gods. 



samis 
saninis 

A.Z. 51, 70, kinsman; Gr. (Tvyycfr/v. 

^, Harris 3 7 a, 2, 



sanre 6^ 

I III 

'o^ \I , Hearst Pap. 1 1 , 9, a plant 

I I 1 I W I II ^ > y> f 



sanraa ^ 

I 

sanrua ^ 



I I I I I 

A/SAA/V\ <r- — 



I I I 



^'^'^' 



Roller 



4, 5 



sar to^*^^^,togo(?) 



sar-t 



^ 



o 



Of. 



wall (?) ; see 



sar 



pi^ 



?^ 



, Rec. 26, 231, I [g] 



, to act wisely or honourably, honour, 



good disposition (?) right-mindedness (?) ; plur. 

p^^i^jlfll.". -9; :;;::: p^ 

X\9f ) Heruemheb 3, irrational. 

sar-t p 1^ ^^ |, IV, 1 183, p 1^ 



IV, i6o, Thes. 1282, R [^ 



IV, 481, p [o^ "^ ^"^ ^ |, honour, 

understanding (?) ; 1 ^ ^ ^ Or ' > Heru- 
emheb II, a reasoning intelligence. 

n [^ v\ -^b^ to do wrong, to act with per- 
I ^^_^ ^^ ' versity. 



man ; 



sar-t 

varr. [g] < 



<o 



N. 6i2,cake, Ioaf(?); 
.U.205, pf^S^^.^^, 

water plant ; Copt. CoX (?), Gr. aapi. 

sar-t P fo^ "^ ^ ,'^, . IV, 548, grain. 

Sarsar [^ <rz> ^ <~> ^ , Love Songs 
2, 5, twigs, branches. 

sar ^ ^ ^ O^ , a kind of drink. 

sarpataf4>^^](jt[,Love 

Songs 2, 8, a plant; compare Heb. 1Q1D 
thorn plant, Isaiah Iv, 13. 

sarem ^o^ *^ 



O sediment, dregs, 
III' lees. 



■^ 



sarem [^ '^^^^^i^x, ^ <=*Y 



/wwsA , torrent, water flood. 



Sarem [^ £=, [1 'o' 



A/WVW 
A/VSAAA 

AAAAAA 



van 



I , Edfu I, 78, a title of the Nile-god. 

sarkh to^*—.^,^ , ^^^- 32, 181, to 

W \w=/| destroy, to waste. 



I I 



.^as 



Sarqit |1 [^ -^g|^ ^, Tomb Seti I, 
a star-goddess in the northern sky. 

sarqu tol '^^^^ %^Sf , Alt. K. Box, 
snow ; Heb. 3 ^ttj , Syr. ac^A ^ , Arab, i^ 

c:^ "^t;:^^ Rev. 6, 26, to cut and gather 
%. L-=fl' wheat ; Copt. CpHX. 






s 



[ 638 ] 



(^ 



sartiuts [^ ^lj(J^ "o" (X,©' 

Copt. Cat. = Gr. (npartwriit^ commander-in-chief, 
general. 



, to disgust, to 



.ID 



s-ahh 

cause loathing ; caus. of 
^|«,?,Rec..,..50.p^^tl4 

r::.p^^i^?i4i,p^^l 

sahp^|m,,T.349,p^^t«l. 
N. 902, Rec. 31, 170, [1 [q] "^ I "^ , Pap. 

3024, 152, 14^, P 'Q^ ^114^' 

14 |, Shipwreck 34, p [qI "^ I 14 1' 

ibid. 178, 14^-=^' 14' P -fflb' ^° ^PP^^^'^^' 
to draw near to, to succeed in acquiring, to 
reach land, to land from a boat, to acquire, to 
possess. 

sahsah % % % %, to approach. 

sahtalXT^.p^^l^-^, 

Peasant 326, to reach the shore, to land. 

sah-t «^^,iv,,.,i,i4^,,§p;^ 

1 133^ ^, Anastasi I, 24, i, 34, -^'^i' P '□' 

possession, landed property, estate, allotment, 
site of a temple, homestead, vicinity, environs, 

neighbourhood ; plur. p i§ "^ | UJ^ ^ \> , 

T. 18, "m^ \> ^. P. 573. 

sahu P tQJ ^ I ^» l^ec 20, 42, [1 [g] 

•^1^1411 1, property. 
sah % 4 *^^^ , title deeds (?) 



sahu-ta(?) H EqI 

Love Songs 2, 10, ^ tg^ ^ ^ 14 ^ ^ 



s 



neighbours, the people on a farm 
or homestead. 



snh n r^ "^ 8 ^^^ ^ wooden object, 
sa-^ I ' tS ^ X ^^^ ' paddle (?) pole (?) 

Sah ^,U. 221, 516, pl'm^ ^,T.349, 
P. 77,648,P^^,M.704,[1[^^|^> 

T. 3^8, [l^f ^^,N. 20, P^^l 

m^y„M. 746, N. 917,1156, p^^m^l^, 

P- 719, [1 fo^ "^ I "^ ^ ' ^^''' ^^' ^^^' ^-^^ 
221, 32, 84, 14Vc'Pt0^'^t^|^' 

14^1^'141^^'Pf-^^' 

P^i^^,!4^^' nni> 

:^S-^^ Thes. 82, Orion, one of the 36 
:^^:^^^^<^ok: Dekans. 

Sahit p [gi ^ 1"^, T. 328, 14^ ^, 

B.D. 23, 5, p [^ "^1 

, Rec. 31, 174, the goddess of Orion, 

Sahit ^ ^ Tuat III, a goddess in the Tuat 
^^'-\' with her face turned behind her. 



i<^ i 



Sahu I [§ 

|i.p^i^.§T^ 



^ ^ ! 



I , Nesi-Amsu 
I ill 1 
27, 21, the star-gods in the constellation of 

Orion. 

sahu XII p^^fi4*i;;. 

B.D. 64, 22, the 12 stars of Orion. 

Sah n t^ l''^. V.,, the boat of Osiris. 

Sah-t-iii(?) '^ '^^ (1(1 J, Rec. 

3^, 171 

Sah-en-Mut-f Pi [^ '^ | % % i ^^^^ 

B.D. 125, III, 30, the door 
' fastening of the Hall of Maati. 



p 



[ 639 ] 



S 



^, p. 427, M. 611, N. 1216, to blow (of 

flowers), to burst into flower ; caus. of 

sakhit [1 "^ (](j ft3 ^ o , Rev. 14, 16, 

impudence, arrogance; Copt. CCUCy. 

^ isim , B.D. 64, 8. 

s-akhefkhef 1\ ^ ® f) , Rec 

I _M^ ^.=^ J^-=.^ '^ 
31, 14, to burn up, to consume; caus. of 

Sakhmit-urr-peh(?) P [^ ^ ®^^ 

^ D- , a wind-goddess. 

sakhniu [^ J ^^^IIII' ^"PP°''*^' 

legs of a chair or throne, the four pillars of 
heaven. 

Sasna i^ (] (2 , to anoint. 

1 ^ f] p "Tk — " — C^ ° 
saskut I ra V\ , Peasant 21, 

a seed used in medicine (?) 

S-ash. 1 1 ^K\ n , IV, 420, to praise ; caus. 



sash-t (shas-t) fl ^^~^^ ^, Rec. 
31, 27 =00 1 ftf ^^■^^ 
sasher-t 



p r-^v~i 



U. 205, [1^^^. U. 185, [li^ 

L-^^— ' — . N. 624, a fire offering of meat and 
o ' bread. 



saq |1 t^ .^D' 1^- 370, 377, P. 683, 
P'^H'T. 287, pt^"^, N. 126, 1258, 

p I^ ^ (] , M. 447, P Iq] ^, N. 885, p [q] ^, 

[1 [q] ^, Rec. 31, 18, ^ .^3=., p [§ 



n c^ "^k^*^ "^^^ *° collect, to gather to- 
I ^ ft^ ^^ ,— w_, ' gether, to assemble. 



saq hat H 
Saq baiu R ij^ 



O to collect the 
I ' wits or senses. 



-aacv "i^ I ^•^- 58, 4. 122, 2, a title of the 
^^ ^^ I ' divine ferryman ijerfhaf 

Saq ha 'stsa. ^^? tj* "Gatherer of mem- 
bers "—a title of Osiris. 



-'iP^^^i-P^^IP^ 



to act with severity or violence, to be strict, to 
be severe, to behave haughtily. 



saqi plD^'^ljf)^. a violent 



man. 



^ 



, Love 



saqaiqa-t ^o^ a 

Songs 4, 3, claw-sheath. 

«aqup^^^(].Rec..9,9Mo^burn. 

saquti [1 [^ 



^^ w 



, sculptor; plur. 



Saqnaqait ^ ^ 



I MWAAA rrvs _o!^ v) Hi 

164, 5, a fire-goddess, a SCldani form of Sekhmit- 
Bast-Ra. 

s-aqeh [1 f f . ?• 7o7,p'^|^L-ZI, 

to produce, to hew, to carve ; caus. of aqeh 

sakaa ^ ^^^^'^ Q ^ ^ ^ > ^ '"^" 8^^^" 

to quarrelling. 

sak-t iQJ^^r). ^^"^^—a^, fight, 

strife, a fighting man. 

saki n [^ ^.1^^= 

warrior, soldier ; plur. I [q1 
^ -/I Hf I ; see also 



-P-H4= 

(j ^ 1 an official. 



sakaa ^^^zl 

I 

sakaiua(?) ^o^ 

I 

a kind of bird. 






sakut ^-=^^, young asses; Cop,. 



s 



[ 640 ] 



S 



P 



1 1 1 



saker ^ S J), -<i-« ™ 
sag ^ H^, Rec. I, 46, ^ ffl ^^' 

foolish man (?) ; Copt. COCTT 

saga foJ S ^ i ^. Anastasi I, 23, 2, 
to march, to walk, to wander. 

saga ^0^ S ^"llt' Anastasi I, 25, 6, 
haircloth ; Copt. COK, CtOK. 

sagabin (?) f S ^ J ^ '^ 

^ ^^^^, Anastasi III, 3, 1, pool (?) lake (?) 

sagartha ^ Z5 '^ , [j 

wooden weapons, spears (?) 

««+ nik '^^ /8^ to weaken, to be weak ; 

Sata p^"^]!].". 534, T. .98, 

SaUrna 'a')[l'^%, J,a.z. 1880, 

82, a king of Mitanni and a father-in-law of 
Amen-hetep III; Tell al-Amarna, Shut-[tar-na], 
Berl. V.A. Th. 271, obv. 18. 

^7^,Alt-K. 



to bring, to 
carry. 



satekhta (?) fo^ ' q , , , 

823, an article of furniture. 

sathp^^-p^ 
sathp^,p[§'^2,p^^^, 

barge for stone, lighter. 

Sathtap^^^^,S]|],P.204 + 4, 

s=^]l],P.8o,p [g] '^s=*^],M. 109, 

P [^ ^^=*^ (] ^ . N. 23, the god of Sebut, 
the " jackal of the South." 

sat fl IqJ "^5' P t§ ^, to tremble, 
to quake, to be terrified, terror. 

satt p (^ '^^%9' ^^^' 34> 177, 

to quiver, to be weak; Copt. CTtOX. 

sat ' IqJ ^"^^ . . ■ , the name of a monthly 
festival; van I ig] 



satem |l^;^f. R^-- ^5, 19 = 
saterta "o^ ^^ li (j cm, Ait-K. 827, 

colonnade, storey of a house (?) ; compareHeb. 
nnto, I Kings vi, 9. 

s-atch p '^'Vj' ^'' ^^^' ^' ^^^' P ^ 

"^^ y)>T. 337, p. 818, to make to be green = 

[1 "Yj . M. 244, [1 1, N. 62 2, [1 v^ Vj , M. 245 ; 
caus. of I ; , 'Hk i . 

satch fl^^> P^^'^ 

monthly festival ; plur. ^ "^ ^'^. 

Sa 1 n = 1= 1\\, pers. pron. 3rd sing. fern. 

Sa I (1, man, person = vg^ ; ' (1 ^^^=^1 
Metternich Stele 18, everyone. 

sa I () A , to go ; var. 17^. 

sai 1 (1 ' , III, 143, to come. 

Sasa[l(]p()7^,Rec.29,i5o,n(]p()i_)^, 
A.Z. 1900, 36, to hasten. 

Sai I (1 r^ 7\ , to diminish, to decay. 

S&-t [1[] J, pi] o (var.^^), the 
" Ram " — one of the 36 Dekans. 

Sa-t n/l^°=p^(] jvar.^^ 



beads. 

saa n(l 



saa- 



I III 



I, p. 82, M. 112, n (j^ 

%, to know. 



L-t 1(1 ^^. ^^^ , N. 803, wisdom, know- 
ledge ; var. I [q] ^^^ 3 . 



'^, IV,97i,Thes.i48i, 
knowing of heart, t.e., wise. 



saa hat 



a form of Thoth. 



[641 ] 



S 



Saa p (| ^^ ^, U. 439. T. 250, 

N. 114, ^ '^ -5), Nesi-Amsu 32, i, B.D. 



17, 63, 116, 6, 136B, 12, 169, 19, the god of 
knowledge and intelligence. 

Saa .-=qx] % Ombos I, 186-188, one of 
^ ^ ' the 14 Kau of Ra. 

Saa-abu (?)-tchar-khatut ^m ^K^ 

^ "O" ' -^ 1 ^ ^*^. B.I). 125, III, 36, the 
Hi I I o II ^ III ^ "^ 

doorkeeper of the hall of Maati. 

Saa-Amenti H (j "^ .^si <&* o , ^• 
Saa-Amenti-Ra Rfl'^.^^'ife.^O, 

U. 396, [l(]^.^i^<^"'^'J, B.D 

174, 15. a god; var. m 



W 



Saa-Heru- ^^ ^ |ji , Ombos I, 

143, a form of Horus. 

Saa-t 1 (1 , serpent. 

Saaa .■^^^ ^^. ^^v -^^ , Amen. 3, 2, 23, 2 
= .-^^m [1 (1 j^^ , to know. 



s^ai 



Saat-t(?) Pfl"^^^^, Ebers Pap. 
38, I, to be oblique-eyed, to squint (?) 

saa ■■^^^ "^^6 , weakness, badness, evil ; var. 

^^ ^^ 1 1 > cloth, stuff, loincloth ; var. I ^^. 
Saa-t , B.D. no, 36, a garment of Ra. 



or fruit used in medicine; ■^^^ ^^. ^ -=>i-fl 
° , saa of the South ; ^^ \\ &° '^F\>° , 

iir .mmiii l!i Jriii' 

saa of the North. 

Saait (1 (? (1 '^ ^ , the form of Hathor 
worshipped at Lycopolis. 



'-^5-, 



e W-^ f\f\ 

to know by sight, to recog- 
nize. 



saau ret p (] ^ ^ ^ i^ A, Heru- 

satef Stele 115, a class of infantry. 

saabpfjl^,pfji^,fiyi)(]l^, 

P *f Ir^ ijl] I^ ' P f J ^ ^. mistakes for 

Saabau P f J I] ^1^|, ^^^ J^od: 

Saab 1 'tK 1 l^X , a castrated animal for 

sacrifice; plur. y'^ J M ^ ^J^ 1, B.D. 69, 
13 ; Copt. c5^e. 

saab Itt; \ \^, reeds, marsh plants. 

Saamiu P ^ ^ (jl] ^ ^ | . ^ class 

of hairy fiends. 

S-aakhu H '^^ ® ; caus. of "^^ 
For other examples see p. 635, A. 

ceiver. trickster, swindler, impostor. 

SaatiupH^^^IJ.pq^ 

'^ ^ I, B.D. 90, 3, 9, a group of gods. 

Saater (?) ^m^^, Ombos I, 73, a god 

of agricultural produce. 

s-aath p (j ^ 

«-atP5^SP1 

paralyse, to cripple. 

Satti p t\ ^^^^ fll] ^' destroyer, waster 

Saatt ta 



1 — ( 



Rec. 31, 175, to 
destroy. 



, to 



^^ 



^^ , Nesi- 

o ^ I s 

Amsu 32, 23, " Earth-destroyer"— a form of 
Aapep. 

s-aa PH^. u. 213, p()/\^. u. 565, 

, p. 6or, p(j /^. P-694, 

^^, P. 381, p (J fl, to make to enter, to 

store up, to advance on a road. 

2 s 



p 



[ 642 ] 



S 



S-^ n (1 D^, T. 268, 10 introduce; 

var. PP fl, M. 427- 

n r| , Hh. 385, a sailing, 

S-liar-t 1 1 q <=>^^^' an advance by boat. 

leadj var. [][11;A^'M.62. 

8-&up^,p(ll;A^.T.i9i.N.x288, 

out, to complain, to curse, to vilify, to calumniate ; 
var. p^,P. 676. 

Sau p^^^li'^^^' ^7, 219, a 
group of gods in the Tuat. 

/wsAAA ^ , to drink ; see ^^ ^ • 






Sau p (| ^mm, T. 315, P i] §. Metter- 
nich Stele, a mythological serpent. 



saunu 



^:oL-=/l 

AAAAAA (2 III 

Copt. co-yeitT, cotH ; see 



, wages, hire, price; 



S-&ur P^, M. 587 (var. 

P. 410), pl;A^ J. P^Sft^' ^"^^^^ 
pregnant ; caus. of S^ ; Copt. OJ, 0305. 



/SAAAAA 
/WAAAA 
/\A/VA/V\ 



V\A/V\A 
A/vA/VNA 7^ 



AAAA/W 
AAAAAA 
/VAA/VV\ 

l«Jl' 



saur pil'^' 

Amen. 12, 11, to drink. 

8-&Uh P^lg, pl^A^I 
Edict 26^ to submerge, to plunge. 

8-ib n d 11 &r^ ^ ^, Rec. 26, 28, to 
thirst ; caus. of |] )1 gf ; Copt. eifi.e. 

s&b 



pljj^, fiend, enemy. 



sab-tpy^,p-y^.s«e, entity (P) 

S-&bkip(lJ^(j(j^.B.D..45,VII, 
46, to make to weep, to grieve. 

s-ap p[| ° .^-,Rec. 21, i4>Pq^,^^ 

to revise, to inspect, to check accounts, to 
examine or enquire into, to make a scrutmy, 
to audit, to test, to visit in order to inspect, to 
commit to the care of; caus. of [j ^ • 

sapikebenti p[l°-^J^^^^• 

inspector of the fleet. 

n A '-'w'^, inspection, revision, investigation, 
visitation (of a temple), enquiry, list, copy. 

Sap-t ur-t PH^^"^^' ^^^ ^^^' 

examination, ix., the I.ast Judgement. 

Sap fl[]D|,fli]^|.Berg.49,Exa- 
miner. Inspector — a name of Osiris ; 

S4p-tp(l^^cr^,pil^|^. 
his judgment hall. 

s4pu[l[|a^|l,pqo^fll|l,.he 

divine examiners, inspectors or judges. 

Sapit p (] ° ^, B.D.G. 1323, consort of ^ 
RaofSais, — 1^ |. 

s.pipiioo.R°0'P^°y^°tii' 

to build, to set in order. 

n r^ ^.=^ to pollute ; Copt. Cooq, 
sat |i q ^^.^ co503q. 

safi p (] e f^ ^^, P (j ^^^^' the 
name of the moon on its loth day. 

safu p (1 '^-^ ^^' ^^'^'"^ '' ^^''* ''^^** ' 
Arab. \^J;~1:> • 

Sam P \ ' flff 5 darkness (?) rain-storm. 



p 



S-&m |I(J_^9|,IV, 345, 

1 n, to make oneself pleasant, to ingratiate, to 

show oneself gracious, to heal; caus. of (1 _Jp A. 



[ 643 ] S 



Sdn ab n [) ^ O "0' to anoint the heart, 
I 1 -wwvA I ' i.e., to flatter (?) 



I, Rev. 13, 30, 



samai 1(1 ^^Vl 

demand, protest, objection, opposition. 
" Sdms n T n^^^, club, cudgel. 

7^, U. 371, M. 213, N. 684, |1(J ^ , P. 688, 



PI' 

1 ^ 



«!& 



A, Rec. 29, 145, 
.!& — 



>7^ 



, ibid., 30, 



, I [1 , Sphinx Stele 11, 



advance quickly, to run, to hasten ; 



^ 



J\ 



, to hasten the steps. 



s-ann I [J /wvaaa \ a, Rec. 15, 179, 

)i^ , to run, to hasten. 



AA/VAAA -* ■* > 



sanu 



n <? <? (? n r\ ^'wwv 

PMii' ^^*^"> P1rt3 

AAA, N. 29, 659, 788, |1 (J ^ ^;, p. 700, 



I M (^L-SQ Q VS\ ^ runners, bearers, porters. 

1 AA/VW\A // III 

San-t 1 n -wwvv ;^ riN^ , a light swift boat; 



plur. 



1(1^^1^, Rec. 4. 27. 

I AA/WAA I I I 



<e< 



AAAAAA 



san en Uatch-ur 

A/\AAAA ° I 

^^^1^ Salt Pap. 825, the dolphin or sea- 
/wNwv' bull of the Mediterranean. 



san 



<^< X 

AAAA/VA ^_^1 



L-J 



, Thes. 1206, n () '^S^ 



'P^^C-PI 



<&o 



, oint- 



n 



p 



pis^-pi 



(-^ _ , earth 



s^n n h -^So, IV, 1207, 

I AAA/WA 

ments, unguents. 

S&n-t |l(j Q n, Rec. 31, 29, 

/WAAAA I I I /VAA/VNA SS 

/VNAAAA I \> 

used in sealing, clay. 

I ^AAA/^A 1 I U I ^ I I 1 III 

jQ Jour. As. 1908 passim, knowledge ; Copt. 

§1' coonrit. 

1 [1 ^AAAAA D , the name of a 
serpent on the royal crown. 

I AA/V/VW V \ . I ftAAAAA . I j 



Sanu-t 



sanu 



A/WVVA 



^^, price; see p^O^^. 

san-nu 1 (1 |~^, M. 480, two; van 
of| = ^,P.36,.fl| = :^,N.x.48. 



<0< 



S-anti I vsAAAA S: Ji^ Rec. 24, 164, to fetter. 



w 



sahem R h ra ^, '° ^^"''^ ^^^ '''^y' ^° 



^& 



sar ab I n <z:> O, U. 172, to sadden (?) 

Sarit n h "^^^ [](] ^ ^, fan, umbrella. 

way, 
detain. 

sah I X ^if^ 5 nobleman. 

Sakhi on '\ Rhind Pap. 58, proof, 
1 i i ^-^-^ test, trial. 

sas(?), SU(?) p () p, |||, six; |||o, 

n . , III 111 :^ I III '^^'^^57 -. . , 
= = ^ , sixth ; 'wwvA _ , festival 

— -' '^:2^' ^:5^ III o O' 



^^^•pisB'P^si: : — ^^-p-:;;^,^Q^^ 



^•p^ 



^^, 



^0 

A/WAAA 



L=J' 



1 /\AAA/V\ 



, to rub, to rub in an unguent 



or medicament, to apply an unguent, to smear, 
to anoint, to salve, to rub down, to crush grain. 

sansan H (] T" [1 (1 ^ ^, P. 777; 

AAAAAA 1 /WWW J i:'. 001, M. 772- 



var. of 



1110(2 O 
E E, house of the greatest of six ; Copt. COOT, 

cer. 

Sas n (] n "rf , E E p", Rec. 27, 226, 
six-threaded stuft'. 

S-ast [\n ji, P. 67, N. 35, to occupy a seat. 



sash 



, N. 754, offering (?) 



2 s 2 



o 



\\ S [ 644 ] 

Sdsh-t [1 1]'=^. N.646-[l (| 
M. 124, offering (?) 

S&shesa [l(]c3op(^''=E-^,N. 975, 

a god who made the ladder that reached from 
earth to heaven. 

tl f^^^, to carve, to model. 
s&qti 



<= ^ -^ , sculptor. 

W 



s-aq 
caus. of 



, Peasant 295, to destroy; 



s-iqer p()_4, fiq^l, p(j^ 

\\ , L.D. III, 140B, [1 (| ^^. Re^- 6, 23, 
to make perfect ; caus. of (1 ) . 

S4ka pH^"^, B-D- '7. 34 (Ani) 

Saken n [] "^^ , to destroy, to ruin. 

S-4geb n h t^!^, to flood, to deluge; 
caus. of g j^^ wwna . 

1 U AAA/WA 

S4t • (J r^ > something foul (?) 

sd.ti 






I , gods who slay. 



W 



, to prove, to show ; caus. 



S-^th 1 1 (I s^; caus. of athi s^ 

S&t [1 1) ^ fl-, a kind of bread offering (?) ; 
, a kind of bread-offering (?) 



s-^t, 8-&at 



L^' 



tt>^i to make weak, to reduce. 

sAti n (1 ^"^ NS. L«fl, headsman, execu- 
I 1 W ^^ tioner. 



s-atti [1 (j 
s-dten n (1 
of aten (] 
satchti 
s-aai 



to rebuke, to punish, 
overthrow. 



^^^ ^'-=^ , to transfer ; caus. 



, A.Z. 1900, 20, child. 



, IV, 612, 



\J 



of 



)| , 1 1 _ K\ \i ^ , A.Z. 1900, 20, 
, Rec. II, 165, to magnify; caus. 



a man 



jl n , Rec. 20, 40, large ; 
magnified, 
of years and dignity, a notable ; plur. 1 

saau p23^ TTi"' ^^' ^^^' P 

v;^-^^ , Rec. 30, 66, planks or beams of a ship. 



saabut fl 

p. 297, a set of four jars for libations or puri- 
fications. 



saam 



P. 



ant 
ree. 



fy j Love Songs 7, 7, Rechnungen 78, a plant 
"y^ I ' which has grown on a tree. 



sai 

"^!6, fatigue, evil, misery". 

s-ab (for s-uab) n_ ° J?^' ^- ^97t 

612, pf^J. P- 112, p— iij^, N. 80, 
P_.^J,N.343,P_.?^J^,P. 
373,p^qVu.366,p^,pn = ,- 

to purify, to cleanse ; caus. of uab f 1 /vsawv . 

t ^:J /VA/VAAA 

S-ab n H f]^ ''^ '^^autify, to decorate ; 

I ^ T^' caus. 

Sabu n Q J 'Y' jl ' > Festschrift 117,1 1, 

beauties, decorations, ornaments, jewellery. 



sab 

sab n 



^ T ' I I i' bread 

I ?^, to castrate ; Copt. cSfi.e. 

sab 11 fl J ^, ox; CopL ce^i. 

S-ap I , to make to advance, to fly (?) ; 
caus. of or ^^. 

S-am IT, to make to eat, to feed ; caus. 
J^, to swallow. 



[ 645 ] S p 

a kind of fancy Sankhiu ^ f • ^ ]. Rev. 14, 59, the 



of 

S-am n 

to swallow, to absorb, a swallowing or bolting of 
food. 

samiufl__.^()[l|^|,p_.^ 

(1 (1 ^ I Q^ 1 , swallowers, devourers. 

Sam n ^s^ "^j a plant or flower. 

sam n fl ^. °' ^^' 7"' inlaid: 

^ ^ 1 , with lapis lazuli ; ^ fSST^, 

JiH^ — H — ^ 000 Ji^J^ 

with gold; ^\ .Sas W, with leather (?) 

S-ama 1 4 > to make to swallow ; caus. 

s-an 
s-an 



/wvwv to turn back ; caus. of /wwva , 



, to beautify ; caus. of 

AAAAA/V I *** ' 



AAAA/VN , 



sann 



I /vwsAA ^ , to bind, to tie, to twist. 
S-ankh H ^, Hymn Darius 42, [1 a-¥- 

^,pf"7,pf"7|,pfg.Nastasen 

Stele 40, to feed, to nourish, to support, to bring 
up, to nurture ; Copt. C^.^.Itcy, cyA.rtecy. 

S - ankh ab I ■¥• ^, to vivify the 

heart, to inspire courage. 

sankhu 1 ■¥• v^' ^^^^^"^ ^^^' 

sustainer, vivifier. 



gods who sustain life. 

_, ^ , to carve a life-like image or statue, 

to commemorate the dead by making a statue. 

Sankhi fl ^ L-fl, sculptor, engraver, por- 
I 1 trait painter. 

Sankhi-khaibitu •?'TTT. Berg. 23, 

a bird-god who revivified dead human shadows. 
S-ant 1 i\, to make strong; caus. of 

>=x n ^^^^ 

s-antu n z;^ %\ '^, R z^ -^ , i v, 

269, to destroy ; caus. 

s-ari |1 ^ £55, IV, 753, Rec 34, 182, 

Sphinx Stele 3, I "^-^ J\ , Rec. 32, 80, IV, 897, 
1<^, Rev. i2,62(var. p<=>}^), P^^^ 



7\ 



, IV, 966, 



n 



:^^.p 



^ 



bring, to bring up; 



%^ 



1479, to present petitions. 



%3,to 
, Thes. 



A^ III 

Sari-t I <3> //nU > approach. 
«ariu|l^^,fl^i]()^,.bri„gers, 



porters, carriers. 

Sarit maat H 

423, the name of a building. 



Sar-neb-S fl ° ^/\ ^ZZ^ M , the name 



£55 Hi to make a fire to burn, 
y\ '■(>' to make an offering. 



of the 2nd hour of the night. 

s-ar n 

sar n ^ ^, Rev. 12, 91, a plant; Gr. 
(TfifH, I^t. sari (Pliny, N.H. 13, 23, 45). 

sar fl '^ ^y , A.z. 1899, 15 

IV, 635, a pitcher and 
' stand ; compare Arab, j j . 

, Dream Stele 36, I <!> 

^ I ^ 

Rec. 10, 61, to make an end of, to 

finish. 

2 s 3 



sari n^ 
s-arq H: 



p 



[646] 



g« J, fl . 8 U. 644, to pay honour to, 

^ I jl ' to receive honour. 

Sfth p d| g, M. 634, ^|, to be 

noble, to play the king or nobleman ; 1 fl fi (I , 

^ o 
freeman, nobleman, gentleman j plur. ^^ ^ 1 ; 



^. 



iD an aged noble : Copt: C^P., 

Sah-t n ? O , ^ '''"^ of garment worn 

I A ^ by a nobleman. 

Sah 1 a 9 , U. 298, the form of a man 

that exists in heaven, the spirit-body ; plur. 
P_.fP_.|P_.|,T..43.p_.| 

8 8 8,N. 1.3,539, fl o|^, U. 516, 

fl_^f 8^:.T.3^7.p_.f^;P.6, 
n I fl 8 %, M. 8. Later forms are:— 

sah with his soul; v 8 

■^ J I , perfect spirit-bodies. 

sah Q ^ Tuat VII, the divine spirit-body, 
• ^ 5lI' the god of all spirit-bodies, 

sah p o|u=±3, Thes. 82, the spirit- 
body of Orion t^^^ . 

Sah-ab ^ ? 8 |] "^' Tuat III, a god. 

Sah-heq | ^ j "1, Rec. 4, 28, a god. 

S-aha fl I , Palermo Stele, H I a, P. 387, 

1 1 1 A ' ' ° Y rf - — . to erect, to set up 

straight ; late form M i ° ' (] J] (s /^ • 



I 1^^^^^ 



n IM, ni"^ °tff ^^ v» to set up the Tet, 
/.^., to reconstitute the backbone of Osiris ; Copt, 

coo^e. 

s-aha If , to stablish time or life : 

Pf^^U- 430, [1(1^^1, T. .46. 
Saha-t 1 i ci = ^^^^ , climbing pole. 

saha 






j\ 



!, 



^, Jour. As. 1908, 249, 

j\ I I I Si' I I J^ j^' 



Rev. 13, 42, to curse; Copt. COg^e. 

S-akh 1 ^ J I ^ F==^ , to raise up, to 
lift up on high; caus. of^ 



Sash-t I r-^v~i O , a kind of disease. 
S-asha R "^^j R <$4^, to multiply; caus. 



of^ 
I I I 



S-asha-t n *^^ o Coronation Stele (relief 
' — ' at top), to multiply. 



o o 



S-asha 1 ■'^^ ^ , to utter many cries. 
I I I I ^ 

sashata I '^^ ji \\ , manifold, numerous. 

sashat P ^ ^^> P ^ W, p "^ 

r /I'M ^^^ ^ -^) to ward oif, to restrain, to 
\^=J1 I c^ III 

obstruct, to remove ; Copt. CCOOJ'T. 

sashat P ^^L=^^, '^^lUii V§^. 



chief officer, inspector; plur. 

! n<^ 



I 2li I I o 






s-aq 



zi n — D<o< 

A, T. 386, M. 402, to make to enter, to 
A 

A 
($. 
A 



introduce; caus. of 
saqi 



AMJ^ 

\\ 



^, 



P "^* ^ ^ 'J 4 " ' i^tJ'oducer. 

saq neter ^ p "^ ^ , Annales III, 109, 
the festival of the introduction of the god." 



p 



s 



[ 647 ] 



S 



P 



saq-t I ~^« , Rec. 31, 20, 
\ 658, [1 



1 . Peasant 198, IV, 1145, 
^ ' entrance, introduction. 

saq |1 5> R^^- ^^f 167, sack, bag; Heb. 



pfe?, Syr. nfajBB, Chald. b^DD, Assyr. shakku, 
Eth. UJ¥:> Copt. CA.K. 



s-aq. n 



s-aqa 



Rec. 27, 127, to cut, to 
Z] ^ -0' destroy. 

, Roller I, 8, A.Z. 

1900, 35, Mar. Aby. I, 6, 37, |1 ^^'I'j |, 

to test a bow, to set in strict order. 
J] 



sag I TT ^^^ , to capsize, to overthrow. 



\7 



W 



sati-t 
s-atcha 

17, 18, L.D. Ill, 140C, ri_ D J 



Rev. 14, 67, arrow ; 
Copt. C(Jl3T"e. 



, Amen. 16, 4, 

(2 



I, to do wrong,, to commit a 



crime, to falsify weights, to rob 

s-atcha metut 
si 



w 



^1 

i , Amen. 14, 2, 20, 9, to deceive by speech, 

1 , III, 142, Nastasen Stele 39, 1 \\ 
J\ , Anastasi I, 28, 5 = I (I , to come, to go, 

Si [1 ij(j ^, A.Z. 1878, 48, P ()(] |], fullness, 
satiety ; Copt. CI. 

Si-t n !)(] ^ ^, infant, child (fem.) = ^, 

si 1 ^^> L.D. Ill, 194, 12, waterfowl. 
SiU p(l(l^,p[j(jf^*,star;pl.r.p(||) 
® , * Rev. 14, 7 ; Copt. clOt ; ^ ^ ® , ^o^ble 

Rev. 14, 20, a shooting star. 



W 



Sluuati*^.*^](j,^ 

the planet Venus as a morning star. 



© 



1^' 



siu-t 



S Rec. 33, 119, door. 



W 



Sif [1 (j(] '<-^^, Thes. 1198, [1\\ 
2I), child, son, boy, babe. 



sif 



= P 



w 



=0=, Rev. 2, 77, pitch, bitumen 



simu 



field or garden produce, herbs, vegetables ; Copt. 
CJJUL, CIJULI^.JUL. 

|1 (^ 1^, A.Z. 1880, 96, umbrella, parasol. 

tthe badge of a regiment, 
' flag, fan, umbrella. 



siri 



siriu 







w 



_w__, •i' 



f<L-B 



SI' 

fan-bearers, um- 
^ I] ' brella-bearers 

Harris 500, 2, 8, fan, fly-whisk. 

sir-puta [1 <=> ° | (j 9^, Rec. 21, 92, 

a kind of fan or umbrella made of leather (?) 

sir-hatta |l<~>-=^ 

99, palm-leaf mat; 

Sirsa (?) 

star-god; var. 



*P<r:^]1^-^-'«- 



w 



= Gr. a€i/}d{?) 

I 

[q] "^ss^., Thes. 129, a 



W 



w 



I w 



-^i- 



sir-tima 

Amen. 6, 3 . . . 

Sih ' Oil -^> to come, to arrive. 

3, 39, pavilion, port, landing-stage. 

sih P (li) 1 3 P^, Rev., to mummify. 



sih 1 (JO S ^^^. Rec. 21, 94, to be hypno- 
tized, to be in a state of religious ecstasy, to be 
mad ; compare Copt. Cl^e. 

sihu P i)(| ^ ^ Vrf ' -^^P- ^^^- '^°' 

spell, charm, bewitchment, hypnotism (in the 

2 s 4 



fl S [ 648 ] 



s 



^^ Vs— il- var. 
Amherst Pap. 20). 

sihsih 



bsih p(j()tPfl(l 11^. to punish; 
var. ^ ^ ^ ' Copt. ce^COJ^. 



., Rev. 13, 26, 



punishment; Copt. CO^G. 

sihsih pf)l]e^P[l(je^' 

lamentation, grief, punishment. 

Sikh p (jl] ® ^, fl l\l\ @ ^, Rev. 
28, cry, signal. 






, Rec. 33, [22, mastery. 



sikh-t 

Sikh-t |l [](J (^ ^ ^, loss, injury. 

Sikha-t n (jA 1 '^ ^, Jour. As. 1908, 
249, folly, madness ; Copt. CI^G. 

sishah-tip|j(]^(]^^^.Rev. 
14, 65, a yoke of oxen. 

siki II /iii'^z^s \\ 



Rev. 14, 15, de- 
' struction. 

sit ' (J [J -^^ Y^' ^™^1^» odour ; see 1 (^ , 
Copt. cf. 



sit 

getter. 

sit 



, Rev. II, 180 = 



^W 



, be- 



siti 



|J|, to set on fire. 

•^ '^ , the shooting of 

a star; see 1 (1(| . 

Sitchetu (?) n W "^ ^ I , storytellers, 

I e=^\ ^ I 

talkers, chatterers ; see 11 ^^ g?i; caus. of ^^. 

2 1 t^^ pers. pron. 3rd sing. masc. ; also 
T T _ir ' used as a particle. 

SUt 1 vf", U. 180, 227, a particle. 

811 i ^ ^' ^^» ^°7^' captive, prisoner. 



U. TOO, n %^'^3i, p. 225, a joint of meat, a 
meat offering; 1 %" ^^' P- 70S- 

SU-t (neSU-t ?) 1 '^, Kahun 3, 2, 1 ^ 
^, A.Z. 49, 20, ^ ^, A.Z. 1908, 121, ^"j"^, 

Hh A2'7 1 '^T ■^■^- 49> i9> the plant of the 
437, =j, ,^, gQuth, the byssus plant. 

Sll-t 1 ^ Rechnuiigen 70, plant used in 
4 ^' making boats. 

SUt(?) 1 V"^' ^•^- ^4: M, hair(?) 



SUt (?) 



I I I 



I I 



^IV, 



506 



(^ 



SU (for SeSU) 1 , a period of time, day. 



SUSU 



M 



(?. o, 



o 

with the number of the day of the month ; Copt. 

COT — . 

Rev. 14, 13, a period of 
time; Copt. COTCOT. 

SU(?) n (s [f^J, Rev. 14, 12, evening. 

SU 1 ,1 ^ , a measure of length = 

y^gth of a schoinios, or 625 square cubits; in 
superficial measure su = ^th of a square schoinios. 

SU pe^=-*-.^^^L_^, guard, 
protector. 

SU |1 ^, Rev. 13, 22 = p 
drink, drink ; Copt. CUO. 



/SA^VA/NA to 



SUU (?) ^ 0, to cut - -^ f] ^. 

t* — 4p I , Shipwreck 



X 



SUU (?) 

55, to cut down trees. 

SU-t 1 1 ^ I^, wind, breeze 



I I, Rev. 30, 217, ! .•■ ,. ^, I c^Sz^ I, 

n (? S "^^^' ''*' ^^' ^^^"' ^'^^^"' wheat ; Copt. 
I T' GOTO, COT. 



L 649 ] 



S 







su-t 



o 



, a kind of disease. 






SUU(?) ^^^, T. 265, 283, p. 51, M. 31, 
N. 64, to pray(?); late form P ^ ^(?) 

sua n £) ^^ttJI > Herusatef Stele 88, sheep, 
ovis platyura; Heb. nfe?, Arab. ^\^ Copt. 

ecA.T, ecooT, ec(jooT. 

s-ua [1 f] s,*-^, T. .41, p f) *5S 
l^^'T-343. Pfl'^^. N. 965, 

I X I ^ _ <j> , , ^ ^ <j> , to pass, to pass away, 
to continue on a journey ; cans. 

Suau \}-f\\, U. 418, Pf]^=5=^^ 

^ ^ I , T. 238, a group of gods (?) 

sua 1 jp) k^ , store, place of safe storage. 

jj a , to adore ; caus. of vt' I ^^, rvrn |1. 

sua M ^ "^ ^^, night, evening, dark- 
ness; see '^^^j Copt. eTOjH. 

SUasua-t 0^11-^^01, Rec i6, 131, 
flame, fire, heat. 

suan (sun) \\ ^\ rx ^ -^> to know, 

to recognize ; Copt, COOT ft. 

Rec. 33, 119, price; Copt. COTen. 



suar 



17, I, Alt. K. 769, garments, tunics (?) ; compare 
Heb, ^ti? in vhw Isaiah vi, i, etc. 

T ' 

S-uarekh \^ -f] ^ "^j to make green 
or fertile; var. Ix JL ¥; caus, 

s-uah P ? II , L-i>- ni, 140C, p ^ '^ , 



, to establish, to make to con- 

3 , 



atten- 
tion. 



m\ ... 

tinue, to develop; caus. of ^ R 

S.uah4bpf]^||Otopay 

egg; Copt. COOTfg,e. 

s-uashpflc3oMlPf]^ 

adore; caus. of X>] r-\v-\ g^; Copt. U3cy, 
SUashu P -^ [S "^ 1 . praises. 
SUag P -jf] Z5 ^, foolish, lewd. 

SUata M •jff ll (] |. carriage, transport. 
s-uatch p ^ "^-^ |, U. 624, p I "^^ 

1 "MK , to make to flourish ; M (J ^^ i\ 

^ ^ I 

I ,. the transmittal of property ; caus. 



of^|var.p^^f,T,337. 

Suat0hip|/'-ker.oflou™h'^-aH.|« 

S-uatch ar-ti \\ -f) '^ T ^^^, Rec 

31, 30, "green-eyed." 

Suatchit atebiu pet P^J "^ ^ , Tuat 

XII, a fire-goddess who guided Ra. 



p 



s 



[ 650] 



S 



sua-t fl^l]o. ^^flo' P^"' ^^°^"^' 

pastille, bead 5 pl""-- ^ ^ I] ^ m ' ''^''- ^^=f o 



1 1 r 



Mar. Karn. 52, 17 



ri j#<0 AAAAAA 

S-U3,b 1/^1 '^^'^^ , Rec. 20, 40, Annales 
III, 109, to plate, to cover with metal; y f \ 



AAAAAft 



^ to cover a floor with plates 
III' of silver. 



SUi n ^, to adore. 



n ^ ^, Festschrift 3, ^ ^ f^ ^ | > J^^v. 

14, 41, price, hire, wages, salary ; Copt. COnfltX. 

'^"^^ trade, business, buying 
I — —I " and selling. 

SUnu , wages; ur sunu -^^^ , 

paymaster. 

, n ^^ TT n ""^^ T. 246 

sun-t I ^^^^ , U. 429, \\^ , ^ 



sun-t 1-f ^, 



grin 1 1 ^^ '^"^ ^° '^"^^'" P^^"' distress, 
' „,.j,^ ^^' suffering, destruction. 



sunit 



^ ^^^^ sickness, 
> — = III' malady. 



, a crocodile-god ; var 

S-uba fl f J ^ 

to open up a way, to force an entrance, to 
pierce, to penetrate ; caus. of V <^^ ; 1 y J 



sun 1 ^^ , to straighten. 



sun 



c 



* , IV, 422 = -^-<^ umuu 

J I AA/VAAA 

"^ ^ 



"^ opening the 
I ' face. 



S-Ubak I . "^T > 'o "^^^^ ^° conceive ; 

JuJ(?) 



caus. of 



suma 



I 



, Rev., obstinate, head- 



strong ; Copt. (TboJULe (.'*) 



s-umet fl^'^l'], ^^' '90, to 



s-un 



strengthen ; caus. 
n &>^ Dream Stele 38, H %^ 

I AAAA/V\ I _2I 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



to make to be ; caus. of 



.^« 



S-un R-^^?™'', jl ■^" , to make an 
I AAwvs \w=/| I imnnr 

opening, to force open ; caus. of -^^==2^ , ; 
• I L^ I 1' otuon. 



25 



sun, SUnnU fl -^^ ^ " ~ , Anastasi I, 
, 6, I <=!*, to sell; Copt. COtH. 

I AA/VtAA 



Rev. 14, 15, P ^ O' ^e^- ^2' 3'' P A3 1 
^ , Rev. 1 3, 90, to know ; ^ j P ^ O. Rev. 
12, 53, wise or learned men; Copt. COOTIt. 

sunu n ^^ 1k S , Mar. Aby. I, 8, 86, 
I -^SM ^^^v^^ ^ pool, lake, tank, canal, aqueduct. 

I ftA/WVN /WSAAA 

sunu p <4- 2\i, T. 345, [1 -^f'o" 

^yti, R 282; varr. ^0^, M. 525, 

\}0 iJ^.N. 1106, p«^'^[[iz^,wall, 
fortress, seat, throne. 

Sunu I /www V\ © j| , a god and a town. 



AAAAAA AAAA^VN i 



sun 



-t [1^,R87, p^<=f ,N.46, 



^^ 



I www 

A.z. 1906, 28, n 



o 



1' I vwwA(2t=i:iz=il' 



^^ ^ ' ^ Rec tt t: 



C? 



I O £^ 



•P 



.^^. 



sunun n .^a .^"^ ^ 

I ftAA/W\ /\AAAA/\ ^ 

to flatter, to wheedle, to cajole, to use blandish^ 
ments, to persuade, to talk someone over. 

SUnunU 11 ^^ -^^ ^ ^ I , Anastasi I, 

I A/^VAAA A/WA/W 'CI '*^ 1 I 

23, 8, flattery, cajolery, entreaty. 

sunsun [1 ^^ H ^.^, n.^^|l^. 

I AAAA/\A 1 AAAAAA d_X I AAAAAA I AAAAAA 

^ Amen. 14, 15, to entreat, to "petition, 
IT' to supplicate, to converse. 

SUnta n S 1 ] Q ^ ° , R^^-'/e^^"' balsam ; 

1 a i I I I Copt. conTe. 



s 



[ 651 ] 



S 



P 



Sunth _^^_^,p.352,^ 

. N. 1068, -^\^:.^^^^ ^- 467, 

N. 854, — ^-f «-%' M- 531, — 4> 

, P. 265, 



,N. iiio, -^4>^^ 
— ^+ =^^,N. 1245, 
_^^^, M. 336, a god. 



s-ur 
s-ur n 

pregnant. 

sur 



^^ 



, to increase, to magnify ; caus. 



J caus. of 



, to be 



AAAAAA , drink ; Copt. CCU. 



\> 



sura (sua) R ^^^ () a^^aaa ^,0^(1 

p^()o|,,p^O, to drink; 
Copt, ctu ; p ^^ 



/VWVAA 



AAAAAA 



drinkers. 



sura 



j] ^=f n ..^.w^/, Q M^ toper, tippler. 



> I 



I , drink- 



drunkard, swiller; plur. 
ing companions. 

sura heq-t R ^^=f (] ^^ O § "^ ^ , 

beerhouse, tavern. 

sura I ^ |l g^ AAAAAA ^^^, a kmd of fish. 

SUra-t Pi "^^^ [j '^ i 1^ , white bead. 
S-Urkh I <==> ^, to make to be green or 
fertile; varr. f^ fj"^^, "Tml' '^'''• 

s.urtp^c^^^, pc,^^ 

I y ) , to make to grow ; caus. of y } . 

S-Urt I ^^^ .^^^, Shipwreck 20, 21, to 
make motionless ; caus. of 



8uh f1^ra^. IV, 751. p^l 



A.Z. 1905, 38, 



ra 



yj^^, Thes. 1 31 8, 



ra 



Ri, Leyd. Pap. 7, 13, L.D. Ill, 140B, 

p ^ III 5-:J ^, IV. 973, Thes. 1483, ^9. [H 

"^ A If Anastasi I, 27, 8, to brag, to boast, 
w^ J^' to exaggerate. 



ra 



suhaiu 



J5i, boaster. 
SUh n ^ ra ^, Roug^ I.H. II, 126, 

P.S.B. 23, 252, p^^. p^ra5-:J^, 



L.D. III,65A, 6, P ^ '^'y ^ , Leyd. Pap. 

2, II, to overthrow, to be terrified, to be con- 
fused, dazed. 

Mar. Karn. 17 a, to overthrow; caus. of V\ HJ 

Jl AAAAAA 

(^ 8 ?y ^ I , wind, air, breath. 

SUh-t P^f ^, N. 757, 758, P^^^. 

"^ ^, N , (Ifl , Rev. 14, I, egg; plur. 

\l^^, IV, 949, P ^ ^ "^ j ' Jour. As. 1908, 
292 ;P^^^j 7^^;^-^, ostrich- 

P ^ I o ^ ^ H' ^^''' ^^' ^°' "^^^^^^ 

germ; ' % H ^ ^f^ '^^j Hymn Darius 23, 
hidden germ ; Copt. COOT^e. 

SUhit P^ § (IQ ^» A-Z. 1878, 48, testicle; 

SUh p e ^ 5, Rev. 13, 37, P ^ f 5, Rev. 
5, 93, to cover over, to wrap up, to envelop. 

SUh P ^ ^ '^, T. 25, Rec. 30, 192, 
P^^,P.M.4^tT.T.3554M 



p 



s 



[ 652 ] 



P 



f^,N.i75,fle|(2 5,Amen.i8,io,[l^^, 
P ^ S Vs^*^ , a kind of cloth, garment, vest- 
ment, a short coat, loin-cloth ; plur. ' ^^ Q 
(3=51 [2=31 p=31, P. 635, \\\l fZ=31 



R=31 



A.Z. 45, 135, bowl, 
vessel. 



, to 



HT^ 



suh-t fi^i^ 

SUh (1(3 I ^, Rev., n (9 I 
Jour. As. 1908, 307, P S I ( 
curse ; Copt. C4?>.^OT ; var 

(Copt, c^onrp). 

SUh ikh n (3 I e (l(jTo^, Rev. 12,61, 

I , U (^Ij T«=>^, Rev. 14, 32, reunion of 
spirits; Copt. COO*r^ l^. 

SUkha I <2 T ^^ Of > remembrance ; see 

SUkha [1 ^ I "^ ^^ , B.D. 90, I, etc., 

evil remembrance, bad dream (?) 

SUkha n%!JL., I^' «48, ruin, de- 
I Jl X ^^ struction. 

SUkhu(?) n%®^^, to darken, 
to obscure ; I (2 T ^;. '^^^ O , Amen. 1 6, 9. 

SUkhet p"^ ^ ^ , B.D. 190, 4, to 
embalm: caus. of V\ ^ "^ . 

Sukhtu ^ ^^ ^ ^ j , Rec. 27, 220, 
the gods who preside over embalmment. 

S-US-t I (5 I -<;^^ , ruin, destruction ; caus. 

"■'-P^"^i-.P^-^S-. 
P^^fl'P^PS-P^PSfl. 

to make wide or broad, to enlarge, to extend ; 

-< ''^pS'P^p;l",p^- 

^?-.",-PI.^s-.p^^i-- 

n t^ n ® ^ to lengthen the stride, to walk 
I JT I V7 ' with long strides. 



Rec. 20, 40, spacious. 

Susek l%^^^7JWfi; see ^^ 



tsmi. 



S - USh 1 , to micturate : caus. of 
I oszi 

SUSn - 1 I V\ -www , M (2 'wvwv , 

I // C^ AWAAA I 01 v^^^AA 

Ebers 74, 17, urine, 

SUSh I p ^, to measure. 

-•^P^T.p^T-P^^- 

chain, cord, measuring cord. 

SUSh-t 1 <2 , drought, dryness. 

s-usha [l^—-^^, \\\\ to 

praise, to worship, to adore ; caus. 

SUq P ^ ^, Rev. 12, 73, bailiff (?) 

an incense- burner, 
censer. 



suqa P^^"^!!. 
suk 



Rev. 14, 13, to play the 
fool ; Copt. CO(J^ 



^ 



SUg I 7^ 1^ > a piece of flesh, an offering. 



SUg 



hM\^^' 



($. 



SUg M^ 

1907,123, p^s 
i 






babe, sucking 
child. 



, A.Z. 






, Anastasi I, 9, 6, P^S^^, Rec 

21, 88, to be helpless, foolish, half-witted, 
wretched, miserable. 



Jour. As. 1908, 294, silly, 
foolish ; Copt. CO 6^ 



Hymn to Nile 2, 15, to make to vomit; caus. 

SUgait P^ffi^(j()'^7|', re- 
buke (?) correction (?) 

(Saite) 165, 14, a Nubian god. 

I ' rag ; Copt. CZ.T, CKXG. 



p 



s 



[ 653 ] 



P 



silt [1^%^!, ties, bonds. 
SUt-t ^^]^, cake. ball. 

^ ^]^, Berg. I, 6, J^^, Set, the god 
SUti J ^"f|, fire, flame. 

^, B.D. 9, 4, 17, 115, 28, 8, 42, 8, 99, 19, 
108, ^4 ^ ° f| j^ . Set, the god of evil. 
SUtiU(?)P^](j(j^^^,n_e^ed,. 

SUtut|l;^"^°,p;^^°^-, Sphinx 

p;^°^°IV.„93,|l^^-^^,.ogofora 
walk, to walk about a place, to pass, to journey, 
to march, to travel; varr. M ^ p. '^j IV, 1064, 

P^()^A,Rev. 12,44. 

sutut 



7^ 



^ ^ -^ -A 
^7^, Love Songs V, 7, 



7\, 






\1 



--H!P!i- 



tk t^ ^ Sphinx Stele 8, jour- 
JrJr7\' ney. 

A, O^^fA, 



sutut 

, traveller. 

sutsut \\^\\\ 

to take a walk, to travel. 

SUten 1 , king. The equation pro- 

vided by P. 92, M. 112, N. 700, 1 '^ = 1 ^ = 

_ ^ ^ , shows that in the Early Empire 

the reading of \ was nesu ; compare also 

T AAAAAA 

the equation ;;;;;^^^ = ^^^,Rec. 

26, 235, and see A.Z. 49, 22. See nesu. 

suteni ^^"l)!), P. 602,^ 



i^iiia 






, to be king, to rule. 



Ill 



sutenit l(j(jo, IV, 572, ^ 

575.1 " flf^-Ll 






I , the state 



C^. I 
I 

^^ I T ^^AA/v. 1 1 HJ U I 

of being king, kingdom, kingship, sovereignty, 
royalty, rule; ^ (](j ^, royal, kingship. 

SUten (shes nesu) ^ ^ '^, iv, 742, 

1^ 5"]?,^^ 5.^_^ 0^5. royal 
linen, i.e., byssus ; Copt OjertC. 

SUtenu (?) 1 wsAj^ /J, crown of the South. 

(2 n '^ ^ 



o 

AA/VAftA 



, butchers, slaughterers. 

SUten ^^ ^ 



1^=1, lake, flood, inundation 

SUtenu p^^^l A,for^n 

V^ ^ 7i , to walk with long steps. 

<2 ^ , 



AAAAAA 



S-Uter 1 1 ^ t^~n ' ^° purify, to cleanse ; 
caus. of 1=^ -^^. 

"Saviour-god." 

S-Utekh n ^ ^ ^ , to treat a body with 
drugs, to embalm ; caus. 

Hittite form of the Egyptian name of the god Set. 

SUtek (?) 1 (5 ^ cr^ (?) Rhind Math. 

Pap. 203 - 

S-Ut n %\^^^ ^^ detain, to make tarry ; 
' \ Jl /^ ' caus. 

S-Uten n % ^^^^ *° ™^^^ straight ; caus. ; 

I _fl aaaaaa' Copt. cooTxn. 



p 



[654] 



P 



8-utekh p;^j5, p^ ® c^. - 

embalm; caus. 

s-utch P], IV. 1032, p||, IV, 1035, 

queath, to settle one in an inheritance ; caus. of 

|, KoUer 5, 4, P (^ | , [1 ^2 J^ 3 , to make strong, 
to refresh, to protect, to make healthy^ to heal, 
to save ; caus. of ^ I "^5 



J] <0» I Peasant 36, " Make glad the heart ! "— 
U I I ' a greeting at the beginning of a letter. 

go, to go forward ^ ^ ^ |, "^ ;^ ' ^6??,' toddle! 

s - utcha n "^^ 2^ S ^ ' '° ^^^^ ^ 

decree of judgement ; caus. 

seb-t PJ^3. P Ji^='^' '"^^^' ^"^^' 

fiute ; Copt. CK^e. 

Seb I \ 3 , reed, marsh flower ; plur. I J 

fi^-^^-pj:^fi3^pjiik^- 

sweet reed. 

seb,8eb.tpj^, flj^. pj^, 

PJ^'PJ°-^-PJ^-"^-P""- 
p J ^ ()()(), U. 565 ; Copt. cK^e, ci^e. 

seb [1 J'^,N.95o = s-uben [^^J*^- 
seb (sebesh?) R J i — i ,u. 567, N. 750, 

to endow (?) to give (?) 

-^PJ--PJT=JPT-.Lu^£ 



(^ c 



seb P Jf'^tQ^. P J ^' ^^^- ^7, 145, 

ox, castrated beast ; see 1 d j ~ ; ^^g^j 

Seb P \ :^ , Thes. 65, the planet Mercury. 
Sebitpj.,R-3.-'Mhena.eoJ^a 

seb-tpj-^,"-5««.M.8.„aUindof 

sebsebpjpj^, pjpj^. 

pJPJ^"^, girdle, bandlet. 

Sebseba-Menu ^ J P J^^' ^■^' 

(Saiite) 49, 60 ; see Besu-Menu. 

«^My*^n]'^-'^'«°'pj* 

^.PJ*^M"'P>V 

p.J^,pj*^,p.JtQ]^,. 

*^> *^' " P*J— PJ- 
P*J— PJMJ^'PJ^ 

pj^M^-P¥ir7-PJ'r: 

Rec. 33, 119; n "(^ 'm,^'^^' "^^^" ^'^' '*° 
P "^ f] ^' ^^^- '3, 30, P ^ ^ (j ^ ^ 
Rev. 13, 34, door; plur. P J>^ ITll ITl 
P. 296, ^^^ I , Rec. 31, 17, p ^ J ^ TTi" 

p*j&pj*^!r:-j~"^ 



^111 



, great door 



of heaven; pjvc'^^ir^ J^U>' ^^' 
Love Songs 5, 9, outer door; ' ""h' ' 



P s 



[ 655] 



S 



P 



<^ , palace gates ; ic 



gates of the horizon ; ( ' J ^ "^^ -■^'-^ | (1 

i , folding doors ; Copt. C^e. 

Sb'attpj-,p*j[^^,Berg.II,„, 



a form of Anient 



Sba-t ^ c=~^ , part of a chariot. 

o I 

Sbai, Sbi ^|](], icl\l\isim, flj[j()vc, 

Litanie 14, I J (|(|"iWyw, Tuat X, a serpent- 



warder of the nth Gate. 

Sba en sethesu Shu ^ 



/VAAAAA H- 



Sbau shetau neteru yc ^, ^ ^^~^ 






\ J] \, B.D. 141, 57, the gods of 



the mystic doors in the Tuat 

Sbau Tuatiu ^ 



i< 



I, B.D. 141, 54, the doors of the Tuat; 



Sbatcheser ^ 



.^^ 



, B.D. 17, 



56, the door of sunrise, the last door in the Tuat. 

sba PJ^'^^ fl,Rec. 2, 109, pj^ 

"^ ^ , Anastasi I, 28, i, ^ "J^ "^ | ^ , 

1 <*^^ \J Q+i, Rev. II, 124, to teach, to bring 
up, to educate, to instruct, to train, to learn, to 
levy a tax ; 1 \>)< ^ ^ , Peasant 260, instructed ; 

P J^(|^,U. 213; Copt. C^U5. 



sba-t 



i< i< 



, Ikhernefer 6, I J , 

1 <*^^ \7 Q?i ^ , pupil, teaching, training, in- 
struction, education ; plur. M :^ J ^^ 

Mi.-.fiJ*^11^.pJ* 



'-"°-y*^ii^^.pj*k 

(jlj^^^^l, 5k (1(1 0} I, IV, 968, teaching, 

instruction, training, education, learning, wisdom, 
lore of books, doctrine, punishment, correction, 

---p-^pj^^ii^aiifli 

-wwyA '^v /^ , great death penalty ; Copt. cfitO. 
Sbati P J^^^-^> L.D. III, 194, 
J^^^W I ' ^"■'^"- 27, 15. instruction. 
Sbai py<J(](]^,Rec.2,iii,[lycJ 

11^-PJ*^11^.^ 

teacher, instructor. 

«"-* PJ*^11^^ 

instructor; pj*^(](j^^ 
, assistant teacher. 

^. V M > Is^rning, instruction, teachers. 

^ - — Of] l]o.1X^ L-JI place of instruction, 
=1 ' c. n I J -ffi^ crn ' schoolroom. 

sba ur ^k ^^ i'^^ — % , an instrument used 



>, wise man, 
^, teacher, 



in performing the ceremony of "opening the 
mouth." 

Sba pj'^^. Shipwreck 129, p J*, "I", 
ic, star; plur. icfck, U. 496, I J hiok^k, T. 319, 

P. 308, N. 94, P J "^^^ P. 694, ^^. ^ j ' * I . 

T-*ii^^p-j^i-pjii:,:^ 

Copt. CIOT. 

Sba ^^. pj^^, p*^, a star-god; 

p'-:ii-:ii^p*jii^ii- 

PJ*^|l.Rec.o.4i. 



p 



s 



[ 656 ] 



[1 



Sbait pj*^fl!l*. PJI^I 

*(l(l';',*[)(l-,Thes.9.,TuatI,[lJll(l^. 

goddlss Sothis. regent of. he ...h hour of the 

night. 

c^ * star-goddesses in 



Sbaiut pj 



O 111 



general. 



, .6. I D ^ 

Sba aabti tcha pet idj^ 



F=^' 



nlanet tha^ved onwards and retreated ; he is 



also called the Red Horus 

Sba amenti tcba pet ^ | ] |^ y^ 

D ^ 

Horus, bull of heaven 

Sbauati ^^^^'^J^l^^ ^llli]"^' 



C30 



Thes. 65, the planet Saturn ; called also 
U 



^'*^^,Thes. 13, , r^i — - 









J|.^J^^, 



n n -=5-Til1 ibid. 30, 67, Uetu-beljt as a 
J * ~^ 1 morning and evening star. 

Sbammehu*^,„*„, Tomb Ran,. 

IV, one of the 36 Dekans. 

Sbaiu en Asar ^ 

the star-gods of Osiris. 

ic 1 rs "^^^ stars of the 

sbamnumu , jY^;' water. 

Sba en khau "^ ' TTT, a.z. 1899, 15, 

ft/WA/VV S S o 

star of thousands. 

Sbait neb-tuaa jlJUil-oY^I 

tk Tuat XI, the star-goddess of the boat 

^^'- °fAf. 

Sbaiu Ita ^ [|H ^ 1 ^ I , B.D. 168, the 

warders of the gates of Ra. 

sbaiu shepsu ^^*^|1|' *^^^|' 
J|i,Thes. 133, the Dekans. 



\> 



Sba shema ^ ^ ^, Thes. 65-67, the 

planet Jupiter; called also ^J^i^' 
" travelling star," and ^ ^ ^__^ ^ > _^ V 



^ 



oa 



Sba-tua p J^c^fj ^, N. 948, the 

morning star. 

Sba-tcha pJ*|^^yM*.(lj*i 

^^%.3^,Thes.^65^^..the,a„et 
Venus ; other names ^^e ])»( , ^^ | ^^ ", |' ^^ j ^ ' 



sba 



I Nastasen Stele 38, cut, cas- 
trated ; Copt. cB^^e. 



AA/VWA 



Nesi-Amsu 32, 32, a form 
of Aapep. 



Sba nj^'^^'^"^""^°^^^P^P' 
Sba-ent-Sba 

sbai p J^ (]() il' ^° i^^s^^ '"" P J 1 
^; Copt, cuo^e. 

Sbah p.^|$^;^,Jour.As.i9o8,i72, 
propitiation (?) = Copt. cecKog, (?) 

Sbakhng(V«.^-P'^°^7roiect° 



«, , , n f^ — ^c3 Rec. 4, 28, 

Sbakh senu 1 1 ^ q ,1, |' a god. 

Sbasit jl^^;|,T-S.B.A.TII,424, 
agoddessof^l^andypD. 

sbashi H :^c3a[]l]L=Zl, Rev. n, 140, 
Hil ()H |), Rev. 12, 34 = Copt. cScge (?) 
" to make pregnant ; caus. of J LJ J±' 



[ 657] 



S 



P 



s-baq (sebq) p ^ ^ , U. 566, p J 
_^^(J, Rec. 31, 14, [1 



, to 
anoint ; I -^^ , the shining eye of the Moon ; 
caus. of Jzl^|. 

Sbak P^^, smallVcopt'c/oK.' 

Sbak, Sebakau R "^ ^^^^^, R ^^ 

^3^ (1 ^ -jk , the planet Mercury. 
Sba I 1 (1 -^t=^ , sword, scimitar. 

seba PJl^.Rec.27,218, pj(]()]^, 

37, to be inimical, hostile, unfriendly, to act as 
an enemy. 

seba I 1 [1 I ''^ 5 enemy, foe, demon, 

devil, wicked man ; plur. 1 ^^ 1 , I If ^^^ 1 , 

seba-t p J () ^ "1 ;^. Rec- 3i, i°. P J (| 

hostility, rebellion, hateful things. 

serpent-god of evil, arch-enemy of Ra ; plur. 
the associates of Sba. 

Seba, Seb^u ^ J (j^h. P Jfl'l^iihhh. 

m\^' m\°]- m\]^- 

the " Enemy " par excellence, i.e., the Devil, 



Sb& P J (1 1 ^^, A.Z. 1905, 29, violent 
wind, an unfavourable or head wind. 

Sb&U P J () ^ jb i ' "^' ^^^' ^a'tLf 
^ X, \N !>, Amen. ^4. 9, pjl]^^, 

■'- p^i^^-XhrcoV^c.^ie 

the Crocodile-god; Gr. Soux'?. 

Sbi-t p J hh ^^^^, Nastasen Stele 50, 
hostile country ; plur. I j (|(]^3, ibid. 63. 

Sbit P J (1 (1 ^ T ' > shadows. 
Jour. As. 1908, 255, scoffing, jest, mockery. 

sbu pj^,u. 123, pj1^,N. 432, 

a kind of offering. 

sbutpj^y,P.8o.pj>^e. 

M. 109, 1 J I ^ , N. 23, a city of the god 
ibid. 221, mJ5y^' I' J . . Peasant 163, 

PJk— PJS-> PJV 

L.D. III, 140C, Rec 16, 57, P jy \\ 

P J TT ^ C^ ' *° ^"" aground (of a ship), 
to turn back, to retreat, to yaw about (of a 
boat). 

s-benben H J J ^, Rec. 35, 127, 

to be overthrown, to collapse ; caus. 






2 T 



[ 658 ] 



8ben-t pj ^ ^^.^>T. 843, 

y^^^^^ w vt u p. 222, cattle 

CKD ^ to »^ ^ ' for sacrifice. 

Sben-hesq-khaibiut R J ^A^AA^ | 

?^>^ 'T^ ^, Tuat II, a warrior-god. 
U-fl I III 

g , cord, fillet. 

Sben n J ^^AAAA, U. 517, I J '^^^ ^A^^ 
T. 328, a part of a crown (?) 

S) W), Peasant B2, 120, 
a pregnant woman. 

sben 1 \v«AAA^\[I, hay, grass. 

S-bner R J /w^A^^ p, I, 53, to make 
pleasant, to please, to treat aflfectionately. 

sbaner (sebner) ^\\5' p J^~^^ 

J/vv\A/v\ ^ r 
y 1 

1 y rQ ^^ , to chase, to put to flight ; caus 

sbeh n J I •- — ^1 P- Sii, N. 760 

flj>=., M. 8.6, pJI^^, P. ao4 

xli'JIii.PE^i.PJIi 

^, Amen. 4, 18, ' j|*==='^|' Jo"""- ^s. 
1908, 31, to cry out, to call, cry, outcry, lamen- 
tation ; Copt. COSfi.^^. 

sbeh P J I ^ ^. Rev. 21, 208 = cfio^ 

prayer, entreaty, wail, petition, imprecation ; 



of 
on 

A 






a tom-cat , , . „ „ 

czsszi 

a whole nest of young birds. 



Sebhit n J I II (1 ^ ^ ' ^^y^ supplication ; 

sebhut P J I "^ C ^ 1 ' ^°^^ ^^"^^ 

cry, cry of goose, wail. 

s.behpj|^ = py^. 

Sebhuf P Jl ' ' ' ' Tuat XII, one of 12 
gods who towed the boat of Af through the 
serpent Ankh-neteru, and who were re-born daily. 



Sbekh I J^, T. 178, P. 521, M. 160, 
protect, to act as a wall to someone. 

sbekhbekh pj ^ J ^^, b.d. 17 (Ani), 



137 



PJ!^^'PJ!^";P 

M~P , gate, gate-tower ; plur. j 1 jM 



1 1 1 

I 

crzi I 



doors 



Sbekh-t P J^ '^ Jj, the pylon deified; 

Sbekh-ti p J ®^^i: 



sbekb-t aakhu-t 



Tuat XI, a door- 
keeper-god. 



^^•"' 



ft® u ^- ^"'^ 

of the horizon " — a temple in the Heroopolite 
Nome. 



fl 



[ 659 J 



S 



P 



S 



Sbekh-tAger-t llj®"^!] _ 

Tuat XI, the i ith Pylon. ^-' ^^^^ " <==* t^ ' 



8bekh-t ur-t ^ ^^ 



" the Great 
Gate." 



sbekhut shetaut (1 (1 ® i^ czsa x 
I Jo c-^o Dill' 

the «' hidden doors " of the Tuat. 

sbekh-t tapen 'g '^ , -gate of this 

land "—a title of the king. 

Sbekhut Tuat fl B ® ^ I ^ 



I . B.D. 141, 55, the Pylons of the Tuat. 



cm 



sbekh-t n 11 ® ^ IV, 629, a stand for some 
' J -^ ' object. 

Sbekh-t P J 2 :3 -^5, a kind of plant. 
Sbekh-t p J f 1:1 11 , a kind of measure. 

Sbekhas PJ!^., PJ^,Thes. 
113, Zodiac Dend. : (i) one of the 36 Dekans ; 
(2) one of the seven stars of Orion ; var. 
' Jj )k ', Gr. fTov^iv<i. 

SbekhekhthpJJ^^,Thes.„3, 
one of the seven stars of Orion. 

Sbesanka \\ 11 H n^ ^ ^ 

see Besu-Menu. 

s-beshpjon,u.567,nj 



u 



^^^ to eject from the body, to vomit; 

caus. 



sbeshu (IJoo^, u. 5,9, pjon 

> o, '^^' 329. what is ejected from the body, 

vomit, 

Sbesh-t p J '==^, gate, door, pylon ; plur. 

sbeshl pJliMljIja. Rec. 30, 95, 

shield ; Copt, cfioje, 

Sbeshes'pj^^, Thes. 113 = p J 

" ^. (i) the 9th Dekan; (2) one of the 
seven stars of Orion. 



Sbeshesmer fl J^*^^, Hen- 

derah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans. 

SbeshtapJ™*, pj™*,^. 



y^g^ Thes. 113, one of the seven stars of 
•=?^' Orion. 

sbeapJ4.pj.^/-^;;^;.X: 

Sbeq-t fl I] ^ il ^^^ ^^7, something ad- 
I Jl ^ U' vantageous or profitable. 

Sbeq P J ^ |, a complete body (?) 

sbeq PJ^^, PJ^|. tocoUect,to 

gather together. 

Sbeq her p J f ^, Tuat VIII, a croco- 
dile-god in the Circle ^etemit-khemiu. 

Sbeq p^J, p^J^^^j, Berg. II, 2, 
a protector of the dead. 

Sbeqltp.J^l.p.J^.Cha^p. 

Mon. 139, Berg. II, i : (r) a lioness-goddess; 
(2) a goddess in mummy-form. 

Sbeq n II zl ^^^ ^^ ^^°'^ ^'^ <^o"^'"a£.ted ; 
I Jl -^ ' compare Copt. TC&KO. 

^sbeapj4p*|. pj,|. pj 

^ 1 |> P <^ _f , to travel, to journey. 

sbeqau p J^ 1 ()^, U. 487. P. 640, 

P J ^ I ^> M. 671, N. 938, traveller (?) 

Sbeq pJ^|,U.622,N.755,pJ^|^, 
PJ^, leg, thigh; dual PJ/lH, P. 572, 

Sbeq en Shesmu \\\Ai '^ W^ 

ktk ^ B.D. 153A, 8, a part of the hunting 
Jr 5lJ * net of the Akeru-gods. 

SbeaenTempj.|2„^|. 

B.D. 153B, 5, a part of the hunting net of the 
Akeru-gods. 

Sbeq-t pjf^.pjfo^,n*^. 

a name of the left eye of Horus, »>.» the moon. 

2 T 2 



p 



[ 660 ] 



S 



P 






11, to anoint, to possess pleasing qualities or 
attributes, graceful; caus. of J ^ |; S-beqa 
^^ J^*^"^ I' ^°^"°*"*^ caus. of J^ (). 

■beq P J^'^^' ^^ '^^^^ pregnant; 

Sbek nj'C3:=^,N. 965, 1359, 



8 

caus 



,u. 



PJ^^l,Rec..6,6s,pj^%^|. 
n jl -^=1:^ ^ J), the Crocodile-god; Gr. 
2ovx«^- Other forms are :— 1 1 J ^_^ ^^3^ J 



N. 1360. pJ-=^H\^MI' 



B.D. 



171, the Crocodile-god par excellence. See 
Herod. II, 68, 69; Ammianus Marcellinus XXII, 
15 ; Diodorus I, 35 ; Aelian, de Nat. An. X, 21 ; 
Plutarch, De Iside 75, etc. 

Sbek ^\, Ombos I, 185, Tuat XI, a god 
in the boat of Ra who destroyed Aapep. 

Sbek-neb-pehu p J^^ "^ 

covtK^"^ ^-D- (Saite) 113, 3, 
-J^ Jf 3^ 1 ' god of the 

Sbek - neb -meM-geb(?) ^ 

TT 11 ^^ Ombos I, 42, a crocodile-god of 
^Jss^' Ombos. 



Sebek, 
swamp. 



°^- 



Its 



Sbek shet-ti \^ J^==^ 



^^^ 



cV=3^ 



w 



o w 



x^*=%' 



Sbek [IJ"^, P^^^'f'l^? 

(\ %\i^/rhes. 65-67, the plariet Mercury. 

no 
god was I 

° I tmiD 

sbek (1 Jl ^^, to cut, to carve, to destroy. 
, , n S\^:=^ A.Z. 1878, 48, little, small; 

Sbek |l J^^> copt.co^K. 

Sbegpjs, PJf> U^\^' 

Thes. 65-67, D.E. 20, the planet Mercury in 
the form of a bull-headed hawk. 

Sbeg,Sbega PJs|,pJs'^^' 

J^Z5^|,^-^-^^^^'^c4°td°Nut^ 
sebt PJ^' |l^^,Rev. 12, 34, 

"J^ g , Rev. II, 122, wall, citadel, gate; 
yc>k]()cra, Rec. 36, 21X = [1 J^Jcrr.; 
Copt. co^x. 

sebtipj;o-pj:o-yO' 

wall, fort, blockhouse ; plur. PJ^y |,,^ |'j 

sebt P J^^' Leyd. Pap. 3, i3, Ship- 
wreck 149, to laugh, to smile, laughter; |l J 
^^w^?^^, P. 1116B, 41, the 
laughter of pain ; Copt. COuKe. 

sebta P J ^ f] - I j ^' ^^''- ^^' 43. 

equipment; var. 1 J 4 "^ 1 ' ^' ^^^^' 



co^Te. 
sebti 



^^.^, Rev. II, 131, i45> 



Hymnen 22, I J 'CZPS 3 ^^ 3 , a form of 
the Crocodile-god worshipped in Middle Egypt. 



n H ' AA^ Rev. 13, 63, preparation, pre- 
r J ^ H 4 21 ' paredness ; Copt, co^-f. 

Sbeth P J^^^,tolaugh;Copt. COJ^e. 

•ahftth n 11^=^^ ^^' 219, to inhale, to 
SOem |'J^__gf' smell. 

Sbeth-ti p J ^ * I crzi , Rec. 36, 2 II ; 

-n , ^ * I crz] , fort, citadel. 



var. -kic 



p 



[661 ] 



B 



f 



sebti pJ^O, PJ^ni. Rev. 

i3> 63, wall; plur, I J'~' jjr-^i, Heru- 
satef Stele 130; Copt. CoElTT. 

S-betesh 1 1 Ah, to make weak or 

feeble ; caus. of 1 

sep n D = ~* 



3LI1 



-pP=1=P°1=L 



the rest, remainder; Copt. 

ceene. 



sep-t 



Rec. 30, 4, list, writing, 
document, ordinance. 



sep fl^^, P- 418, M. 599, N. 1204, 

^fe^^, I ^ ^ ^ i Rec. 26, 64, to equip a 
boat with tackle, to work the tackle. 

sep-t n°o,n'-', Pq(®, Rec. 26, 64, 

I p, v^ ' D^'^^'ets 29, 107, tackle of a boat; 



"""^ equipment of a keben-t boat 
fe^' (i.e., a boat of Byblos). 



sep 1 ^ , flax ; Copt, ceiini. 

sep-t [1°^,T. 376, linen (?) 
sep n D ^^^, to fight, to slay. 
sep-t I / \ > ^ kind of instrument. 
Sep P^^, B.D.G. 41,693, 1064, Berg. 
49, Metternich Stele 129, M^; M W[ ' ''^ 



Heliopolitan form of Osiris ; 






o 



>ov /h, Piankhi Stele 10 1, the road of Sep; 
gods of the company of Osiris. 



Sepit \ J), a goddess. 

Sepl heb ^ p ° \, 



the festival of 
Sepi. 



D <=^ ^TPFff ^ggp ^— «- 



n, 



, nome, 



sep-t 

I Hin c:^ I ^^ 

county; plur. ^,,=^.p°^.T.. 46, 

I I I I I 

P. 188, 668, M. 778, n ° ^^, N. 904, W 

I ci mil I I 'd 



^"^.P-696, 



Pd 



o ° nn :fflg c3 

p. 304, the two divine nomes ; 1 ^^ a ' 
Rec. 33, 3, wooded land. 

Sep-t en tchet-tt ™'^^ "", Berg. 

II, 12, a name of the necropolis. 

sep-t 1 , Rec. 16, 72, estate. 

I ci cr~D 

sep 1 <::t>-< , to pass the time (?) 

Spa pD^'^-^^J.^god." 
s-pa "^ ^ ^ 
759, pi □ 



P^.U. 568, Pd^,N. 75X, 
^, N. 758, to 



make to fly; caus. of 

Sepi p ° ^^ , a worm-like fish (?) 

Sepu (?) p D%0, Peasant 155 .. ^ 

sepu V\ , a dose of medicine. 

S-pena 1 /wwva ^gf^, to overturn, to cap- 



size; caus. of /wvaaa • ^ar^ . 

s-perr pS, Rec 34, 177, P^j 

IV, 968, Thes. 1480, to make to come forth, 
to act with strength ; caus. of <z:> 7S ; Copt 

nppe. 

sper n ° ^o^, p. 400, fiG'^'^^, N. 

"79.p^_^, P<r>"^' y^=> 7^ '^' 
<c:>, Amen. 20, 16, , ., , ' , 

□ "S \\ to arrive at a place, 

r— -s » J\ ' to come. 

^1 p, Tuat XII: 

(i) a wind-goddess of dawn ; (2) one of the 
12 goddesses who towed the boat of Af into 
the eastern sky. 

2 T 3 



C-P 



Sper-t neter-s 



s 



[ 662 ] 



S 



P 



sper n 



1- 



to ask, to beseech, to implore, to make a 

complaint. 



S 



8per-t 

speru pD^^^I'^^- 439. 

\A\ "^ tk ^ 11 I IV, 97 1, petitions, 
3l' <c=>_^§rlll' prayers. 

speru fl^^ — ^i' ^\ 

I y6i, "^'^^ %\ ^, petitioner, plaintiff. 
Sper-U ^==^§f' tioner. 

sper p^^=--> P<L^' ^- ''^' '''^' 

'^ , n ° ^, Rec. 30, 67 ; Copt. cnip. 
sper X7 , a. metal vessel or object. 



3^, prayer, petition, request. 



plur. I 
lit 



sper-t <:=>, ^ o, a mineral substance. 

o 111 I I I 

speh n D I ^, N. 424, 509, T. 263, 323, 

%;> ^, to lasso, to fetter, to bind. 

Spe^-t I D X , lasso, tie, fetter. 
8peh(la|^|,I^-3'.3.,.he->e 

Speh-[t]-ur-t 11 d |^ <=> ^ , N. 976, 

a goddess who tied the legs of animals for 
sacrifice. 

speh-t pa|o^, u. 312, HdI^. 

I R ^0» parts of the body, a joint from the 
lower part of the back of some animal. 

8-peh I D 8 7^, Rec. 26, 13, to make to 
arrive ; caus. of _Abj . 

to divide, to separate, to open the bowels ; caus. 



s-pekhar 



1^ ^^^, P^^-/ 



to write, to engrave, to draw designs, to enroll, 

n PR ■ . designer of the temple 

to register ;c^^ J ir-zi, & ^^ p^^^ 

S-pekhar R ° ^ ^^, Rec. 31, 31. y 



e 



, to make to 



=3(2 n 

7^-1 <:=>7^' \ <=>l^' 
go round, to surround, to brandish [weapons 

© III. 



; caus. of J\. 

spes n D h L=d(] , to overthrow, to slay. 

SDes n n n '^ ^•^- '906, 107, 109, to 
spes 1 1 □ 1 1 J?^ . skip^ to jump, to dance. 



spes 
Spes nap 



sept |l ° ^; see 



, to build. 



B.D. 137, 50, 179, 3, the 
name of a god. 



■ T fir 11° ^*^ 



septi ^, p^d 

N. 594, fl°^,M.2i9, 

fl°Kpa^ — ? 

n ° fl ^ ^ , Rev. 13, 27, the two lips ; 1 
, Rec. 26, 233 ; 1 1 ^ ;^ (] 



, Peasant 167, 



W 






= ni^^n nCtp, Gen. xli, 3; "^ ^ 

on my lip; Copt. CUOXOT, Heb. D^notp, 

Arab. ^^. 

--'"^ , , rim of a vessel, edge, 

a 



A/VWVA 






7==T 



, shore of the 



sept 

margin of a lake; 

the water's edge ; -- 
Mediterranean. 

sept , plinths, bases (?) 

Sept I -^, the name of a god = 

Pi J-" ^ 

Sept-ti (?) [1 ° P p , ^'^"^^ "' ^''^ P^y^f 
Septi-khenu n°"^S|3,n° ^ 



'di 



p 



s 



[663 ] 



S 



P 



A * *' P ° ^ O y>' Denderah II, lo, one of 
the 36 Dekans ; Gr. Stttx^c. 

Septi-tenb H ° "^""^ Jn /, 

B.D. 36, 2, a title of Apshait, 

Sept p°/\|, P°|\, 10 be ready, pre- 
pared; see n A jO. 

sept I <is^, preparation, arrangement. 

sept p ° *^, ready for the road i ° A | 

strong sharp horns ready to attack ; HA , 

provided with a mouth, f'.e., able to speak skil- 
fully and boldly, 

Septitp^q|)-^,p°-^.afo™of 

-"* P=LA- P/\^. PA- y. 

|\||1, \l(\^4t. py. IV, 975, .0 be 
prepared, ready; P/\^](), T. 271, ready; 

I e^^ ft [J ^^ I ' ^^^^^ ^°'" ^" opportunity ; 
1'/^"=^^;^^. U. 94, IV, 372, with ready eye; 
y ^ , IV, ,084, p ^ 1^ ^ , with ready, 
skilful tongue ; jl A , with ready mouth ; 

PiAT-/\f^--3^«./\^T-&IT' 

IV, 10 14, ready with watchful inteUigent face ; 

I c=^> t\ I 111' ^^' "5^' P'*ov'^^<i w'th 
skilled fingers; Copt. cErre. 

septet pA^y,p^y,p A, 

A.Z. 45, 124, n A D^"^^, *° ^^ ^^^^y^ prepared ; 
I U c^> Copt. cfiXCOT. 

Septit PAci, ^' 2^°' T. 277, a woman 
I U <=> or goddess with child. 

BePt«/\^^| I, /\:^i^j, people 

who are provided with goods, i.e., the well-to-do, 
the wealthy. 

-Pti[t] (^\Sl\, /^l]^^, /^....-. 

rations, provisions, daily food, stores of food. 



Septu 1^ ^ , Berg. I, 14, a crocodile-god. 

Septu A fi Ombos I, 186-188, one of 
"*'»"' l\^' thei4kauofR5. 

Septi-Ab A "^ ^^""g- I» "6, an ibis-god, a 
Li I ' protector of the dead. 

Sept-abe^iu p 1^^ ^ H ^, u. 

^, ^Z. ,9.0, ..8, Pl^^^XJ^. 
a god. 

Sept-abui y_^J^'' \\, B.D. 

|\ C \\. P^ \\. Rev. .1, j2, a title 
of several bull-gods. 

Sept-t-uauau P^ | f] f] f^ |. 

Tuat II, the 2nd Gate of the Juat. 

Septu-metut p ^ |\ |^ ^^ 

\. , the 6th Gate of the Tuat. 

Septu-hennu-ti /\ j] | ^ % ^ 

^, B.D. 78, 42, (\\il^,^i, 
Rec. 28, 166, a title of Ra and of Amen. 

Septu-her /\ ^ "=] ^ , Berg. 1, 16, [1^ 

A "^. (i) a lion fire-god; (2) an ibis-god, the 
l\ I " god of the 1 8th day of the month. 



Septu-kheri-nehait A | <~> <M> 

a mystic title of the deceased. 

Septu-kesu, etc. /\^^^^ ]. 

etc., B.D. 1 45 A, the doorkeeper of the i6th 
Pylon. 

Septu p^e^^, p. 7oi,|^^, N. 719, 

pl\^^."-«-PA.P^/\."-"- 

P..oo,669,M.;„,p/^^^^.p/^0^ 

a god of the Eastern Delta. 

SeptU A , Tuat XI, the zodiacal light (?) 



2 T 4 



p 



s 



[ 664 ] 



P 



Septit P|\^^. U- "•• P- 3°9. 603, 

N. . 242, p |\°, M. 680, p |\^°^, Hh. 393, 

(lA^O J, B.D. loi, 13, no, 3S, 149, i^ 
Thes. 86 ff., the Dog-star j ^ |\ ^/\|\/\' ^• 
[68 ; ^r^A"^, the rising of Sothis which marked 



the beginning of the Egyptian year; Gr. Sw^t?. 

Tomb Seti I, Sothis, the queen 
of the 36 Dekans. 

D 



Septit 1^^, 

Septiu P^(\{jlJ ^ j> B.D. (Saite) 17, 
57. 32. 5. '3°. 7. the Sothic deities. 



, Rec. 19, 18 : (i) the followers of Sept in 



I I i 

the Eastern Delta ; (2) allies of the Libyans 
SeptU AT,— titles of :—<=>[] 



AAAAAA 

^ w 



I , Goshen 2. 



Septu-Heru-aab-t A "^ J ^f J C ' 

the god Sept 4- the Eastern Horus. 
Goshen 2, Sept-Shu son of Ra. 

Septu-Gemhes A ^ , U. 219, P. 200, 

669, M. 779, 936, 1^ ^, |\lV. '"^' ^ fo''"^ 
of Horus worshipped in the Eastern Delta. 

Sept I "Vtsm , a mythological worm. 

sept [1|\^=^, u. 94, 372, P/\^' 

U. 401, to cut, to slay. 

sept n ° (\^,^-^- ^\5, VI 24, a 
I <:-^=-a (J kmd of wood. 

sept.tp^.|^-,p^||^^ 

, a triangular plot of ground. 
Stone scrapers (?) 

Septat-ankhf p^^;, Tua. 

VIII, the name of a goddess in the Tuat. 



septU A%i, triangle. 

s-petetch H ^^ , N. 806, to collect, 

to gather together ; caus. 

septch n -<—. A, triangle. 

-^ PY- Pr:- '^-•- P^=' 

U. 180, Hh. 88, yesterday, day before yesterday ; 
Copt. C^.q. 

^A-P (1''^'=^ B-^- ^7' I Sj a lion-god, symbol 
'^^^ I O ' of " yesterday." 

Sef-maa-heh-en-renput 11 '^ -^ 

«Af fix Dl Rec. 16, no, flame, fire, 
sei l'^^— 1^» heat, blaze. 

sefsef n ^^= \\ , to smelt, to liquefy, to 

cook;fl^fp=p^fl.^f|. 

Sefsef n ^^^ n ^^ 



sef 

tup, 

sef 



L=il' 

cut up, punishment 



a god ; see 
Tchesef. 



L=J, to rub down, to 



_ , knife : see I o ; plur. 



\^ 1, A.Z. 1900, 21, |l 1^1, ,; |l 
to knap flint knives. 

sefa [1^^, p^^'%\£i 



W' 



sef her 

sef-t n 



to suffer or endure vexation, to feel 
disgusted or annoyed. 

'^^ '^, to be long-suffering. 



& 



'-nil 



annoyance. 



mild or patient man, gracious ; plur. I _- ^ J 5 
the meek. 

sefa n Jc=^ ^^\. - °' to kill, to slay. 

young, babe, child, a title of the rising sun. 

Rec. 2-1, 82, 
patience (?) 

Rev. 14, 4, to make to 
\\ ^T 211'' rise; caus. 



sefit (?) n 

s-fi 



s 



sefi P *^ O, P '^-^ (j[j 0, unguent, 
scented oil, an anointed person. 

Sefsef I I , to pour out, to over- 

flow; see jf**"^. 

Rev. 12, 46, p*^ (j() ^ () A \^, Rev. 12, 25, 



[ 665 ] S p 

sefekh P'^^^.n'^"" n^ "" 



w 



sefl n^__fl[lL=yi ^^''•' '''°''^' ''"^^^^ 
I 11 ' Copt. cKqe. 

sefu p^^^^^L^, ^^' 501, to kill, to 
sefsef p ^^ p H__ ^ X 

1 , to sharpen. 

s-fen p"^^^ ^ , n'^'^<Q, Rec. 16, 56, 

I 1^ ■^^, to be gracious, to suffer patiently, 

to endure, weary, annoyed, vexed ; caus. 

sefni n ^^;^ ^ ^, Israel Stele, 15, 
I W ^ gracious. 

sefnu 1 , fl/wvwN, n ^^^^ v^ /y 

IV, 970, Thes. 148 1, a kindly man, indolent, 
patient. 

Sefna 1 1 "^^ <^ k^ ,^, to slumber. 



Sefen I ^aaa^a ^ to split, to cleave. 

Sfent I AAAAAA \v L=/l, to slay, to stab, 

knife, sword, dagger ; 1 /www \ S (1 e , a 
reed-cutter's knife. 

Sfent ah 0^^^ i>^ tea, butcher, sacri- 
• • I ^^> ^ Q ^'^ ' ficing official. 

S-fent 1 AAAAAft , Hymn to Nile i, 8, 9, to 

loathe, to be troubled or disgusted at something, 
to suffer, to endure ; caus. 

Sefer, Sefert p'^"^^, p^, u. 648, 

I <^ "5^' •^'^^- '» '58, 2, 19, Mon. Civ. 3s, 5, 
a fabulous animal with the head of a hawk and 
a pair of wings. 



Th^'I' ©J_2ii'r © ,„ o^.Hh.416, 

seven; varr. ^ ^ ^ - 4 + 3, * - 5 4. 2 ; fern. 

^ I Oo ^ -^ ' I Go III* 

T. 305. 307, V "", '^'- 3°6 ; Copt, ca^cyq, 
'^ III Heb. 3^50. 



sefekh nu ''.''o,"" 0, seventh. 
Ill III o' 



sefkhu 



nnm 



seventy ; Copt. 



N. ic 



nnn i ^ r cyqe. 

Sefkhit ^, Rec. 3, 116, a goddess. 

Sefkhit-abut p^ \^ '^. IV, 

339'P^^\vpj:\\\-^ 

PS^^--\\'X^'A.z. r905,75,';;; 

\^ ^, Rev. ir, 153, a goddess of letters, 

writing, numbers and painting and consort of 
Thoth. 

S-fekh p'^, U. 448, p. 125, M. 94. 
^. Rec. 31, 25, p*^^, 
J^ O, Rec. 29, 155, to loosen,. 
to untie, to unbind, to relax, to set free ; caus. 

of ^ *=^;P '^^, Rec 31,26, p*^^, 

undone, set free, unbolted (of a door) ; M ^ 

n , to break or remove a seal ; I ^ 

p -> -c«. \v ) to cut off, to cut away. 
^ /I ^ ^' ' ^ 

s-fekhekh p Jj, u. 3, T. 233, 281, 

P Si ^ , N. 2 1 8, to unloose, to untie ; p ^J ^ 



s-fekhu 






M, 



27, 223, 31, 171, p ^ < 

one's garments, to undress. 

sefkhu n'!;^77;,B.M.448,of\^^=]| 



I , to put off 



p 



s 



A 



sefkhi[t] (1'^ 

undressing chamber (?) 

Sefeldi[it] neb-s [1 

— »— , a goddess. 

sefekh p'^^.Hh. 162 

sefekh en nemtt R '^ (S. ^^^w ^ 



[ 666 ] 

, Rec. 17, i49» 



sandals (?) 

8-fekk 



n 



, to pour out, 



to be poured out, exhausted ; caus. 

sefkek-t 



destruction, exhaus- 
tion. 



sefeg fl'^, P. 216, Rec. 30, 197 
Rec. 31, 175- 



», nH.=-- ^"^^^ IV, 1022, to slay, to offer 
I <^ L-Jl' up sacrifice. 

Seft [1*^ \ D , Koller Pap. i, 5, ^^^ 

^ , n'^^^^=5=*, IV, 666, knife, sword; plur. 

Anastasi I, 25, 7, belt knife, dagger; [ ' ^ 
/wsAAA °*|^ ill II , a sword five cubits long ; Copt. 

CHqe, Syr. nsA-i^, Arab, ^^jjc: , Eth. ftJJ(C : 
Gr. fi'0o«. 

seft P^fcs l,Thes.i284, n 
animals to be slaughtered. 

seftu 



^ (El ' I 



^ ^L«=/l 



butcher, slaugh- 
terer. 



n '^''^ ^ I , pitch, a kind of holy oil ; var. ^^^=>-^ r? . 

seft fl"^"^. Pl"^' ^•^■' ■^^''" '^' 

87, 20, a kind of bird. 

seft I , a kind of ground or earth. 

seftseft n '^^ n '^"^^ \ /^,\o stride. 

sefth []^ Q,u. 58, p^,u.38,N. 

a kind of sacred oil. 



s p 

seft ll'^-^^'^, to slay, to kill. 
sefti n""^ Oil ^> slaughterer. 



seft p^\. P^Q^,A.Z. 1880, 
95, sword, dagger. 

n S. Jl overseer of the 
of priest, director ; | ' ^ Y ' sem priests. 



sem 



, E.T. T, 53, confidant. 



semu 1 1 ^ .'rt 1 , 1 1 ^^ riY ! , the deified 
priests of Ptah and Apis at Memphis. 

Sem P^^>P^^^^"^«^^^^^'^S°^- 

M. 693 



sem 



m 



semut(?) Yr=ei 

Semu taui H (^^td ^^ j^ ^ 

27, 222, ''guide of the Two Lands"— a title of 



Rec. 31, 169 
, Rec. 



a' god. 

sem, semi 






, to bless ; Copt. CJULOnf . 



I ^, Rev., 



blessing ; Copt. CJLt-OT. 

sem np, HIqj, Rev. 14, 10. to resemble. 

sem ^\J'^=^^ Rec. 3, 48, picture. 

semp^^|,^|.flx|.pTf^f- 

I, L.D. Ill, 194, 30, 



Pk^ 



f=iSi 



O 

form, image, kind, manner, prac- 
tice, custom. 



sem-t(?) n^^,Rev. II, i47,p 
fl, Rev. 12, 87, form, likeness; Copt. CAXOT. 

sem n ^v []^[)j] , action, custom (?) 

sem PMk spw-s.de 5, p^^ 



J], n ^^"^, deed, undertaking. 



p 



667 J 



U. 493» 578, N. 860, 1326, P ^'^I, M. 716, 

IM^x%p|i^-Pk>% 

herb, grass, pasture, field, crop, herbage ; plur. 

p^k^i-xPk^:.PMk 
\% Pkx^- piiikf i- 

Thes.r^8S,nill^^, IV, 749, PIn, ^. 

I ^ I I I I JB^ Ml 

Rec. 31, 175; Copt. CI JUL. 

--*Pk^'^---Pkf-^'--' 

I' KK IM '^' ^- ^^°' ^^'■^^' vegetables. 



Semit |l\^(j(]^ I, herbs, field pro- 
duce; pxIx^'M^I, Love Songs 1,10, 
I ^ -M^ Jf H i 21 1 ' flowers of speech. 

Sem ri T >%i "^^ ^o Pi^e offerings upon 
I I ^ /-V ' an altar. 

8®^ P ^ ^) Rec. 6, 136, temple (of the 

head); seep J? ^. 



sem pi 

see toham. 



(^wnO . 



; var 



1 



000 



^"^"^^ P ^ ^ 5a ' U. 368, two bulls. 

Sem-t n tx"^ n a kind of animal, 
I -M^ V.' lizard (?) 

semsem p^p^. Rec. 22, 2, p^ 

sem-t 1 1 ^^ ' || ', a night garment, apparel. 

Sem-t, Semtt 



c^ % 



^^1 (^£^^, Rec. 28, 169, " "" ^ ^^ "^ 
the Theban necropolis. 



Q-Cyj' I f\/VO 



semu 



Pk^ 



N. 936, lands, 
domains. 



form, to report news or intelligence;' Copt. 
X^.iULO. 

^-^P->kI.P^M^- 

to unite, to join oneself to someone or some 
thing. 

smai ta P^ JTT' ^''- ^'' '9> 

union [with] earth, i.e., burial. 

sma p _i» 1|Cl, T. II, P. 191, m. 193, 

N. 702, Rec. 31, 28, \\ _^ &, T. 332, p I" 



^.Rec.26,78,p_>^()()^. 
temple ; p _^ , the two temples ; p _> 



smai n T flij. dresser of the body of the 
god(~^|Y'1J)- 

^^P-^^T'Ik'f.^-^- 

I, 48, a bundle of cloth. 

sma 



I ] Z, an amulet (?) a tri- 
' ' — ' angular object. 



Rev. 13, 3, to 
resemble. 



,P.i83,|l^c::7=' 



sma 
sma 

, M. 289, P^\, P^^> Rec. 
8,x24,.o,4.,p_§.^^;varr.p^^ 
^,P^^, to slay, to kill. 

sma-t [Ij'^-^^c., ^ec- ,27. 57. 

i — n slaughter. 

Smau n 5^ ,^ V^, slaughterer. 

sma n "^^^^j, U. 275, knife, sword. 



Sma n i. o— P- 568, the god of the 
I — ' vertebrae of Osiris. 

sma p _> 9^5^, p ^ Q, u. 589, 
P^\$S.M.823,p^^.p_5, 

'\ O, P _> ^ ^ , a bull or cow slain 
as a sacrifice ; fem. I ^ Q ; plur. 1 ^ ^V 



p 



[ 668 ] 



S 



B. 



^111, P.669, p>^S^,<S?^779 

Smati P _> 8===^^^i)!)' U. 596, 
p _> o~ O ()[] ^v)) , P. 682, a bull-god. 

Smait [1 _> o ■^, u. 493, P ^ ^ ^ 

t:jv XT n z_ ^^>^u_ ^-D. 177, 7. a 

J^ , N. 945, 1 1 _Jp ^ ^ ' cow-goddess. 

Sma-ur p J^ C7*=^ ^ ^^' "^- ='^°' 

N. 124, a bull-god; fem. | '"^^^ '^^"^H^' 
T.359,P_> ^ SS,N.,77. 

O Ci o 

, p. 712, N. 802, 1363, 






Smait urit p^ 

P^^Q^^, N. 945, 
, T. 359, a cow-goddess. 



Sma ta 

Rec. 31, 12, a goddess. 



a-rv^o n / "E'^^-n «u. " Bull " — name of 
Sma I __> ^ ^^, ^^ boat of Aahmes I. 



s-maar 



U 



; caus. of ^^ (j vs^ 



see 



s-maa 



P^.|, Hh.453. 



p^, Rec. 20,42, P^. P^_ 

Rec. 33, 36, P;^. P:^'^^' ^'^^"• 
10, 12, to make or prove true, to prove innocent, 
to justify, to correct, to discharge a duty or debt, 
to pay what is due or obligatory, to pay vows, 

to dedicate; caus. of -^^-^ ^ M ;=— 1 _w_' 
applied to the wind, a direct or favourable wind. 

Smaft-huti P ^ | ^ " ^ ^. 'i^^n^b 

of Seli I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 74). 



S-maa 



_> 



!, 



, III, 141, to ascribe righteousness or blessing 
to"someone ; Copt. CJUL^.JUL^.^.^", CJU.O*r. 

S-m.aa I '^^ Q$, to appeal for justice, to 
pray to have a wrong righted. 



s-maa-t p -^ 

, , righteous edicts 



S-maa kheru 



1 , an appeal, petition ; 



1^ 



, to make true the word, i.e.^ 
to prove innocent, to justify a person. 

S-maa kheru pf^ 1^^' ^^^^' 

1482, justifier. 

S-m.aa 1 ^P J\ , to make straight or level 



the path of someone; ^=3? 



AA/NAAA AAA/VW 



III 



^ ^ we make straight for thee the roads 
:^— ;:a . f\/vo ' ofAgert, 



S-maa 



P^ilx 






, to cut, to dig. 



Smaaiu P ^^ Ql] >> ^ ' ' slaughterers. 

smaam 1 __^ ^\ Qp , to make a noise, 
to terrify with noise. 



s-maui 

w 



^ 



w 



, IV, 863, p 



, to renew, to repair, to rebuild ; 



W 



caus. of ^ 

Smam p ^ 



M. 772, p 

VP 

5^=^, p^ 



1k 



L.=dQ 



■ P^ 



. to slay, to kill, 
PL«Z1' to slaughter. 



p 



[ 669 ] 



S 



P 



smam-t 
smaiuu 



V^ \\ , victim, sacrifice, the slain. 



smamiu 

I 



->^kflfl^ 



^=:>>. 



!, 



p_> 



"*«;>>. j butchers, slaughterers, 
the avenging gods. 



!, 



smam 



wildbuU;plur. p^^, P^^l^ 
^ ^^^ I , Peasant 207. 

Smamit H ^ ^T^^, a cow-goddess. 

Smam[it]p_>^^|,B.D.„o, 

43, a goddess of Sekhet-Aaru. 

Smam-ur \\ J, ^^\5a^ 

B.D. 17, 114, a bull-god who was the soul 
of the Earth-god Geb. 



:|,Rec.3o,r86,p_>^|^^^, 



Smamit urit | ' ^ ^ ^ ^^^^ ^ 

a cow-goddess. 

smami ta H 

Peasant 309, burial. 

145, VI, 25, the porter of the 6th Pylon. 



I s' 



8-mam 



P^^kH'P^ 



h , to please, to gratify ; caus. of (1 ^Jp h . 



smamu 

<:loud-gods (?) 

Smant-urt 
see Sma-ur. 

8-mar ^ ^"^^^ varr. p_> 

v>, ^^^^, IV, 1089, to make miserable; caus. 



AA/VAAA ^^ 

_ S <^>, N. i77i 



8matchitp^^^|]!)^.Rec 

30, 67, a part of a ship. 

Rev. 13, 30, to report, to inform, to make an 
announcement; Copt. CJULJULG. 



semmai 

150, p 



\ji\m' 



Rev. II, 145, 



I , to report, to inform 



against, to accuse ; Copt. CJULJULG. 
Sma 1 1 V (1 ^, herald, reporter. 



e 



w 



I 

I , report, story, narra- 



tive, proclamation, declaration ; Copt. CGAJLI. 

sma-t P Q (1 ^ ^ utterance, speech, word, 
I #1 21' order. 

semmai P^U^ 1)1)^=*^, Rev. 12,22, 

report, accusation. 

Smia I y W, B.D. 169, 23, whip; plur. 

PP^,^,,B.D. 149,11,8- 

Sma n Q ra, S-D- 169, 23 a sacred 
14 ^ animal (?) m Abydos. 

sma n n QQ , unguent, salve, 
I ^iiiil §11 cream, butter. 

smd,inuneh-t fl^l)!),", ^ ro^^. 

paste made from the fruit of the sycomore-fig tree. 

sm&n'p2()"7.p| — l.p^ — \ 

n Q n ""^ n g ^^ — ] a kind of incense or 
I ^H ° 111' I #0 ° 1' perfume. 

Sman Q (1 ^ rS» the Incense-god. 
SmdtltplU:!. ^^■%^^^. 



p 



s 



sma n |\ — °. Rec. 29, 146, 30, 188, a 
pole used in working a boat ; plur. | ' _^ ^^ ', ' 

8-[a]inm' ^ ^ % f|' to bum up, to 
consume; caus. of ^ ^ l|- 

s-mftr p ^ <=>|, Rec. 33, 3, p ^ 

°, ibid. 32, 79. P ^ <=>f ^ ' P ^<::^ 

^ O ^;^^ , to please, to make 
happy, to dress a god or a man in festal attire ; 
var. P ^^Ifl' ^'^- '^' 5^' '^'''' ""^ 

" Slayer "—a name of Set ; plur. 1 1 



[ 670 ] - S P 

smen fl '^^ D, order, foundation. 



1 : 



, the asso- 



Nesi-Amsu 14, 15, 
dates of Set. 

smi-t P ^ I] i) ^ ' fig^t, combat, battle 

^« n 1\ ^^^, A.Z. 



A/SAAAA 



■ AAAAA/V 



AAAAW 



smun p 

i896,39,Heruemliebii,p^^,p_^ 

O ^ n T^^, Metternich Stele 188, assuredly, 
really and truly, verily, to acclaim. 

a«.,ili n t\^ 8 '^ R^^- 36. 78, petition, 
smun |I^J^ J^, supplication. 

smut (?) P ^ ^= P 1 1^' '° '^P^'^- 
s.men P^, P^lfl, p^l> 

n ^^^^ fl. l ^l to stablish, to be estabhshed; 



caus. of 



I ; Copt. 



cjuLirte, ceJL«.iti. 



i.. n i^^^ in N. 1230, stablisher 

smen-ta I ftU, stabiished 

1 ^A/V^AA U 1 

smenn 



S,P. 6t2,m. 662, p^: 



^ diitiii O^ established; p ^ ^ | 

, IV, 204, done into writing effectively. 



(VVWAA 



smen-t p S, u. 559, iv, 655, p 

ll i] n "^^^^ Ci^, Coronation Stele, a stablish- 
ing, stability, a standing still, halt. 



Smen user I' '"I'l ^ ^' ''•'^- ^^°^^ 



I AvA/SAAA 

133, the title of a priest 



. . n dtif±) <? ^ a pair of members of 

smenti p ^; , , , > "^ - the body. 
Smenu R "^^^ ^^, ?• 742, a god. 
Smentt pS,T.355,p^^' n. 175. 

N. 811, a goddess. 



/\A/\AAA 






Smen maat em Uast 

a title of Amen-Ra. 

smen P '^'^^ (1 4, Stunden 44 

n ttf^ ^j, ij^age, form, statue; plur. 

I AAAA/V\ VH /i I 

(V\A/V>A O 

, n t^^^ "^^ Rec. 32, 64, monu- 
smenut |1-^ , , ,' ments. 

n tii^ 1 1 IV, 428, objects made 
smenu | ' -^ | ] > of bronze. 

■ N. 976, parts of 
i' a ladder, rungs (?) 



smenu 



smen 



/\AAAAA W 



P 



, U. 571, T. 387,1*- 699> 
O 



M.665,N.i28.,llg-- ^,[1^^ 
a kind of goose ; Copt. CAXOTIte. 



1 1 111", 

smen-t 1 1 ~w^aa 



Smen 



fMUU^ 



, goose. 
, N. 953, a goose-god ; 



var. di±ii 

^AA/VV^ 

s-menmen 1 a , m , 

I WN^/\A AAAAAA I /VSAA1.N > i 

Rec. 31, 15, to make to move, to remove ; caus. 
smen-t 1 ^^ a , withdrawal, departure. 



smen-t i '^^ -^ , p. 61 1 , mcense, penume. 

IV, 1 1 84, to complete, to make perfect, to set 
in good order, to beautify, to endow richly, to 



p 



[ 671 ] 



8 



embellish ; 1 aa^aaa ^ || (1 , perfected, established ; 
caus. of A i\. 

Smonkll-t I ^Aw^A ^ , adornment. 

smerpf.pVi^PfM.'fP 

fen,. p3f^;p,ur. pf^l^S^j, 

>°73, pfff, IV, 898, 1094, P^ff d 
ff5f^|.The...8s.pf^^^ 
P'f .=:^^, M. 391, P^^, N. 658; 

P f im ^ □■ '"^ '^•"^f ''"''■' P ! 

Si I ^^ — ' Q ' ^^^ smeru of 
IT 1 D A U3' the Court. 

^^^ ^' ^ *^*^^ ^^ nobility higher than 
smer, perhaps unique smer ; plur. 1 Y '^^^ 

Qr^Twr' ' T """^^^ '^''^'^'^ c> v\ , smer, only 

one of love, a title of nobility. 

*J(](]^|,aguUdofpriests;(15f^ F^ 
, leaders of the caravan (?) 



smer 



smer-t R ^^ I , B.D. 172, 15, eyelids. 



^ w 



Smer nesert ^ ^ ^ ^ *, the god- 
dess of the 8th hour of the night. 

S-mer I ^ ^^ .5^^, to make to suffer, 
inflict pain ; caus. of ^ ^v .^^^ . 

smer R ^"V*, Rev. 12, 65, the left 
hand; Heb. hi^t'ip, Assyr. ^ f- Jgy, Arab. 
J^,Syr.«l,;Li. The Egypt, n |\ 8 ^^ , 
the aafiax of Herodotus II, 30, is probably a 
mistake for 1 ^v ^ (?) 



P 



»^ ?^ ' ' ^'■"^"^6"^' raiment. 



-— * Rec. 6, 6, to dress, to 
5 ' array. 



smer 
smer 

smer ^ ^ .S^ |, Rev. i r, 167 

s.mehp^J^,p|^ra^.Rec. 

26, 79, to make to forget ; caus. 

smeh P^f ^"^^ PXI'^'"'"^''"^' 

to beseech, to pray. 

s-meh n^, n°^8z^, n^***^, 

Rev. II, 125, to flood, to submerge, to fill'full. 

s-meh-ab jl ^ ^^ "O*, to satisfy. 
smeh [1 ^°==^| ^, P. 421, M. 603, 

N. 1 208, 1 1 °*=*\ 9 :=j2ic , a boat In the Pyramid 

(g®(o nnnn 

Texts its length is 770 cubits, ^ fl $$$ 

(S! nnn 
smeh n ^ I ^ Q ' ^ ^'"^ o^ ^^"^ ^^ 

beer (?) ; Copt. CJUL^.^ (?) 

smehi P^fJ^. Anastasi I, 23, 4, 

n ^ ? ..^-Z), Roug^ I.H. II, 125, the left 
hand, left side ; Gr. uafiax ; see Herodotus 

II, 30, and p^^. 

s-mekh (s-khem) H ^"^ _n_, Pap. 

3024, 68, IV, 943, P ^ ^, TV, 965, 1161, 
to forget; M ^^s. . Hymn to Nile 16, 9; 

caus. of ^ ^v •JU. . 

smekh (skhem) H ^v^ fl j, Thes. 

1207, image. 

s-mekht(?) p^^^,^-^''^9,s, 

S-meS I i|] I , P. 243, to deliver a woman : 
, A.Z. 1873, 131 ; Copt. exjLecio. 



smesu Pffi P^"^ j' ^^^""- '^^y- ^' 

8, 86, goslings just hatched. 

Smesit 1 1 fTl till ^, IV, 225, midwife. 



p 



[ 672 ] 



sems 
sems 



1 ^\ — «— I ][ , to burn, to consume. 

I ^^ 11 ' ^^^'^^' ^^^^> "I'^^'l^t, mace. 

n ^v n °, to look; Copt. COJULC. 



sems 



sems aa-t 



PkPk 



, 'i'- 374, 



M. 125, covering, 
' a kind of garment. 



N. 695, pi 
semsup|^P^.U.44o,fl^^^, 



Slele 245, eldest, firstborn; plur. 1 jfj I v\, 

--Pkl^:'^--.PkPi' 

^""■Pkl^.PkP^ilti^ 

PkP-Pk;^."-^"'reiS 

Semsuh[ai]-t |^^^. P^P^ 

fjW rO ^^ M , eldest of a priest's college. 
Semsu qet-t en Ptah P^l%^ "^ 

^, T. 87, 1^^ ^'wsAA°|^, M. 240, 

N. 618, the eldest-born of the workshop of Ptah, 
a title of the high-priest of Ptah. 

sems utut P ^ p |^ ]|^ 5§, Rhind 

Pap. 24, a title of Thoth. 

Sems neb aakhu pT P^37S'", Den- 

derah II, n, one of the 36 Dekans. 

Semsit set nekhenkhen-t f] («v) ^^^ 

^ _Cr ^ <WWNA «A/WVA JT O ' I W\ I 

-^Z^lll ® g.Rec.34,i9i,one 
of the 1 2 Thoueris goddesses. 



lit 



semsu 



A.Z. 1906, 112, a priest's 
title. 



semsun R T p <=|=> , pot, vessel. 
Semseru P ^v p 

202, a god. 

semkett p|^^^. 

Stele, p 



, Rec. 36, 



Palermo 
, U. 220, M. 263, 



P 



, P. 177, the boat of the 



evenmg sun ; var. ^ 
657 ; see Sektt 

Smet II ^~, u. 219, 



, M. 263, 



, M. 496 ; 

see Mesta, one of the four sons of Horus. 

Rev. 14, 37, eye-paint; 
Copt. CXKJUL. 



smeti 



\\ the parts of the eyelids to 
::r' which kohl was applied. 



Smeti 



pr^-pr^-PT*- 



Denderah 



W ' \ <=, i< 
II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. CAJL^LT. 



Amen. 21, 12, to hear, to 
listen, to eavesdrop (?) 



w i=±^; 



I, Rec. 21, 78, 



("=& 



smet P^'^*/. P- 402, M. 574, 

N. 1180, P"^^, P 

I £:^ I I 

I ® _M^ ^ 21 

Smeti ^ 

enquirer, investigator. 

Smet, Smeta p ^' ^ \ , v. 618, 

Pk^A.---Pk^i|^. 

N. 873, a god. 

smettp^-^^, P^-^^. 

Rec. 26, 75; var. P^=^^^ ^ 5^ , Rec. 
26, 75, agod(?) 

B.D. 144, the watcher of the ist Arit. 

smet p^,°, p'^J,, a kind of grain 
or seed used in medicine. 

«-«t^P^^l.i."^co;;c^o™; 



p 



s 



[ 673 ] 



S 



s-meter p^^]^, p^^(|(|| 



l(=Ti) W 



Ml 



I, to enquire into a matter, to make 



an investigation, to verify, to inspect, to examine 






^11 



I I I 



n' 



I i I 



, IV, 1076; caus. 



s-met HA 



w V 



, to make to speak, to 
declare; caus. of 11 cis> V\Qii. 

1-1 



kind, manner, copy, likeness, form, 
similitude; Copt. CJULOT. 



smet-t 



I, servant, serf, sub- 



ordinate, slave born on an estate, underling; 

p-PkT\^i-Pkr:ii' 

'^--P#\ili.PkT^ 



Smet I ^v ^ , a crocodile-god, the god 
of the 23rd day of the month. 



smet 



Thes. 1323, to walk, to move, to carry 



L-/1' 






, half month. 



Smet - 1 

the half-monthly festival; plur, 

T. 12, M. 763; 

"^^^ ^^P the festival of the 15th day of the 

month. 



i< i< i< 
ic ^^5^ mil 



c^ o 



Smet n 



■■PTr.p 



c^ 



var. 



ic, Tomb Seti I, one of the 36 Dekans; 



^ 



, Tomb Ram. IV ; Gr. S^uar. 



,«x=^ 



, Annates 



Annates I, 
88, Jupiter. 

>, Annales 



Smet meh-t 

I, 88, Mercury. 

Smet res-t 
Smet ser-t 

I, 85, one of the 36 Dekans. 

Smetsmet P^^^^'^<^» ^■^- ^o75« 

a hippopotamus-goddess. 

smet n 1\ ^^^^^ ^^^^ °^ inlaid stones, 
• I ^^o 111' inlayings. 

smet-t P^^, U. 65, N. 320, 



•PkS:-PI^T^^ 



00000 _- 



O 



O III 

o • 

o , eye pamt. 



kohl, antimony ; Copt. CTHJUL. 

smet-t n ^ ""^^ «o-^, Thes. 1207, 

k\ , weapons, tools, implements. 

B^ o I I I I 

smetchetchu R^ ^'^' ^- ^ "= 

abomination. 



sen p^. \l- PV. PVi. P,?,. 

pronom. suffix 3rd pers. plur., they, them, their ; 
dual Ha (j, N. 1238= [1 ^, M. 675; 

I , M. 677, N. 1239 =» I /wwvv, P. 642 = 



P 



w 

(VVVVVX 



I I I 



, Hh. 342 



=p 



w 



, p. 549, Rec. 30, 69. 



1 1 



senui ||, masc. two; fem. senti „ ; Copt 



CltA-T. 



sen 



1^ 



•nu PI 0, U. 151, P O, T. 



122, 



O 



\ u. 317 



'575. PI 0^ 



,P. 2 



^"Pl5' 



PT.|i^-&^-°"'P"^'=l" 

a man who says one thing and means another ; 
^ "^ " ^,vw^A"^*~ J ^%~*~, second 

II D © O □ ©'& O Jra © 

. no ^ 1 O A.Z. 45, 125, second of 



time 



2 u 



p 



[ 674 J 



P 



sen-nu If _p^"' ^^P- 3024, 106, 

Shipwreck 4., I ;;^^, 1 0^1^^, 

\J^\J^ A.Z. 45, 126, fellow, counterpart, com- 
gX^' panion, neighbour, colleague. 

sen i ,U. 549,T. 304, I Aw^^,N. 33, 

j^i)4m.487,|(i,|(i^, ly, 

p"-^,|,|l|j,|^. brother; || J ^ 
Philadelphus j fem. V t=t ; Im |] > Adelphoi ; 



'I 







, Rec. 33, 30, V 



V ^ , two brothers, two brother-gods, e.g., Horus 
and Set, or Set and Thoth ; V ~", P. 466, M. 529, 
I "^ ^ ^ , N. 1 108, Shu and Tefnut; plur. 

|||o ^, T. .37, |o^^ |.Re<^ 29,153, 

3.,.6,|7^^||,ibid3.,.6,|||0 



^|.P|'~-^^^,|Qg5§l, brethren; 

h\^m\-l '3 ;^i|i, Shipwreck 
1 26, brothers and sisters ; i J/ ^ 1 , Coronation 
Stele 18, the king's brothers ; Copt. COIt. 

Sena | (] , brother ; fern, f (] ^ . 

Senk p — |(j, p. 273, I — Jj^^ 

M. 487, N. 1254. a god. 

sen en &t | — [j ^^ , p. 434, m. 621, 

N. 1225, father's brother, uncle. 



sen- 



•t I ^ ^/r.26o,N. 887, [l| ^ , 

p. 488, 1 — 1^, M. 488, 1 ^ 4 ^ 5I, 

|(l-|qo.||j.^,sister;|^,s.s.er. 
wife; ^1 Ci ^, royal sister; dual || ^, 
T. 172, N. 763, II ^ , M. .40, N. 647, 
11^ ^^, N. 740, 1^11, IV, 618, 

iM4::40ii42flWii 

Sen-td I — ^ ] () , P- 273, 1 -^ ] ^, 

M. 488, N. 1254, a goddess (?) 

sensen R | H^./^, t. 173, plpt, 

N. 107, I IT P. 76, PI PI, N. z9, 



/^AAAAA AA/WVA 



AA/VAAA AA/SAAA 



M.T--4|.M.3o.|||,||.Trea..7, 

O Q I ^^ I AAAAAA AAAAAA US Q U AAAAAA 

20, 41, to meet, to join, to associate with, to be 
friends, to unite, friendship. 

senseni liw^, friend; plur. I AA>vwv n 

°o°^-.-^-4I^S-^i4MI 

sensen H^^^s^, Rec. i, 38, 

Thes. 522, |gjf^^3:7. Berg. I, ^^^, the 

festival of the two bulls, i.e., of the conjunction 
of the sun and moon in the month of Epiphi. 



sensenti 



, Amen, ii, 13 



Sen-nefer 1 1 J , ^•^- 7^, 28, a title of 

V n?i, thief; Copt. COItl. 



sen 



sen 



needy, sufferer, sick (?) a 
failure (?) 



p 



[ 675 ] 



S 



P 



senn f]'*^^ Mettemich Stele 55, to be 
I '^^^' wretched, needy or miserable. 



senn 



, to make a mistake in 



speaking, blunder, a false statement, lie (?) ; 
cor„pare^o|^|^|.P-365,N..o,8, 

senu |o^^^ = iD^^^' ^e'-"- 

satef Stele 28, helpless, infirm ; Copt. cyoJlte. 
sen J <e«i , Leyd. Pap. 98 

sen J ^ ,U. 181,1, 53, I 0,^,^.^64, 
M. 328, I ^ () , N. 859, I ^ , A.Z. 1910, 
1 25, y £) , to smell, to kiss ; 1 VQi ^ 

Shipwreck 134, to kiss a wife ; V 
I, 53, he kissed his foot; V ^^-^ ==^^^, he 

S AA/\AAA 

kissed the earth, «>., did homage 

sena er ta I "^ M <r=:= 

O n /WAAAA ■ ... • 

sen ta 1 1 1 ^ , _ , Rec. 26, 234, 



a 



& 



/VAAAAA 
/WAAAA 

, Hh. 307, i^ 



. see sen- 
se ' ta. 



I H 



, to smell 

n AAAAAA 

the earth, to kiss the ground in homage; V 

senn«tp|=^,P.356,p|3^n 

N. 1.070, acclamations, homage. 

sensen HI I £> , T. 376, H ^^^^ 

I , M. 333, 11^, A.Z. 1908, 1194^ |, 

n n , v-> n ^AAAA/^ n AAAAAA A n AAAA/VA /-I AAA/SA'N A I 

ii <0 4 u i \\ V'l' w I' u ^1' 

to breathe. 

n n /VAft/vAA 

sensen 1/ V ^ , to have a bad smell; 
II C7' ^"^^"' odour. 

y.^, p. 222, a festival of the 6th day (?) 



Ill o 

111^^:7 



sennu 



|IJ ^C°D,Rec. 27, 225, l^^j, IV, 414, 
V Q^ I , Rec. 26, 224, an offering. 



sen p| — (5(],T.3i6,[1|a.^|J ^, 
P. 274, to bind (?) 

sen, sena-t | () ^ . | n ' '^'^ '^'^' 

chamber, room. 

^, P. 48, Rec 31, 163, 

QQ, T. 173, P. 119, M. 153, N. 107, III 

27, 225, the two halves of Egypt, /.<r., Upper 
and Lower Egypt, a double shrine of Ra which 
was symbolic of all Egypt. 

sen-t V , pole, mast, flagstaff; plur. 

|^^l,Kec..o,,o...||-|° 

o °^ IV, 1 105, the north pole of 

the palace. 



Ill Q I £^^ 

senit 
sen 



-t(P) PI 



o>rr»- , masts, flagstaffs. 
Ill 

A/VVAAA 



^ ground, basis, founda- 
tion. 



n AAA/W\ (-> n AAAAAA JJ TJ. 

sen-t V ,IV, 1174, IV ^ , yj^nnn 
Anastasi I, 1 5, 4, plinth, pedestal of an obelisk. 

r\ AA/\AAA n f\ n AAAAAA R 

a likeness or transcript. 

PI 



sen 



, to follow in the track of. 



senn fl')''!' IV, 412, to make a copy or 
I AAAAAA ' likeness. 



senn 



copy, duplicate, tran- 
script 



IV. .036, ii^^i^, mZM^ 

m'mmr.mwM- 

copy, figure, statue ; plur. 14-4- 1 ' > 

I T T /VA/WWA U I 

a kind of precious stone, ruby (?) 



2 U S 



s 



I , fiends, foes, enemies. 



[ 676 ] 



P 



sna 

B-naa jl-^^Ri, to reduce to the consis- 
tence of paste (drugs used in medicine), to 
knead; caus. of ^ jig, 

Snib n ' J , Metternich Stele 65, 66, 69, 
health; see I-v^aaaa J J . 

snif(?) 1 1 ^^ ^, blood; see ^^. 

snin P (l(j ^ ^' ^^ P^^*^^ ^^'■• 
P^DO V§^. Rev. II, 141; Copt. cme. 



H 
snu 



po 






Methen, a class of 
men on an estate. 



snu n ^ ^ ^, wine of Pelusium(?) 
drink ; compare ^ ^ > , I, 3, 4 = Gr. 2ai»/. 

snu V n ^ ^ "''^^^ U *^~~^ ° ' Serusatef 
Stele 135, vineyard. 

S-nU I <^ (3 V^ L=:/l , to bind, to tie. 

s-nukh P^^^fl.flgi^fl' 

n 5^^ ® Q to warm, to heat, to cook, to burn 
I O (3 ci ' A ' up, to boil ; caus. ; Copt. ceXg^O. 

Snutt Pi^"^ ^, ^^''' 4j, 15, a plant 
I <2 ci ^ used m medicme. 

s-nut n?^^'^*^ B-D- 64, 35, 
snutchemc?) ^ ^^ | ];n.' ^h. 

369, to bear (?) to carry (?) 

senb jl'p.p'v — ^JI'P'^J' P'^'^^ 

U(3 il, n ^AAAAA y >K J , to be sound or healthy, 

health, strength ; 1 ^aaaaa j [1 , 1 aaaa/w J , 

enjoying good health ; 1 in •¥" H ' = health. 
Perhaps = D'iStlJ. 

T 

senb p^'^^J^, n J 3O, to protect. 

^ Rev. 13, 80, 
•1 ' vigour, health. 



sonbi I -wvAAA (^^ 



Senb-t 1 ^AAAAA j c^ , Shipwreck 158, i O 
J ^, health. 

senb-t p^AAA^ J ^ ,P. 1116B, 34 

senbeb p w^J J, p. 429, M. 614, N. 

SenbU P v^/w^A J , N. I182, I ^AAA/^A J^, 



N. 1182, the Health-god. 
Senbit-ab 



^^^ Ij OmbosII, 132, 
J I O fl ' a goddess. 

O '^'^^^^'^l^thenlh 



Q. 



Senb-Kheperu 

hour of the day. 

senb-t 1 ^^A^A^ jh^ (ft > P ''"'^^ Ji^ Ix ' 

P 5 1] |5 , jar, vase, vessel, pot, libation vessel ; 

plur. p -wvAAA I ^ , P '^'^^ 1^ 1 1 ' ' '^•^" ^^^°' 

n n ^""^ 1 ^ ° vessel of silver- 

49; |1 Jo ^ i^^||, g^i^^ 

s.nebp^JfJ,-,^-f':'- 

S-nebb p ^^^^ J J Ql ' ^^ kindle, to light 
a fire ; caus. of nebb for nebneb. 

S-nebneb p ^~^ Q , to kindle, to hght a 
fire ; caus. of nebneb. 

senb p-^ J<=>^, '° ''i"'^' '° "=■ ^'Ifeu. 

senbp7O.PT[M'P«J0- 

Pi /WW\A TT pi /www 4^^rf n ^AAAAA 

a wall, to surround with walls, to hem in or 
surround (the enemy). 

senb-t 1 ^^AA/^ jMe_w_' ' '"^"'^ J ' 

agirdlewall; plur. I^aaaa/n J dj 1 1 J ^ , 
P.S.B. 27, no. 

senb-t p ^^A/w J ^ P ^ J ' ^^^" 

embracing heaven. 

senb 1 1 ^AAAAA \\ 1 1 ^AA^^ j , to over- 

throw, to drive back, to repel. 



s 



[ 677 ] 



P 



senb ^^ — ^JI'^.P'^^ — ^J'^ 

evil person or thing, a beast of a man. 

senb PYJ"^' P — JB\' ""^^P^^^ 

or crown made of plants or flowers. 

senb n 1]^/ wall of shrubs, i.e 

I ^tw green hedge, avenue (?) 

senb l/vAAA«A jU=Tf', a kind of tree; plur. 

senbu H ^^AAAA J "^ 

snef n — ' ^ n ' — /I ^ ^^^""^ ' ^°p^- 
i ^^^ f ' I ^^^=^ H (? ' cnoq. 

snef 



or fruit 
the same. 

^'~^ Rec. 30, 67, parts 
\\ ' of a ship or boat. 

1 ; Copt. 
cnoq. 

Rev. 14, 19, sacri- 
ficial priest (?) 

snef I *'^-=7^, 1^=0, the year that is 
past, last year ; Copt. CltOYq. 



s-nefer 



n 



'H'H. 



-^^, 



A.Z. 1905, 25, IT <^^> 3 , to beautify, to please, 
to make happy, to decorate a tomb with texts 
and drawings ; caus. of T ^ > I '0' » 

I, 52, to please the heart, to gratify. 

s-nefekhfekh I ^ ^, N. 656, Hh. 

^^^' I '^ O <^»I^ec.3i,i7, |l^^7\, 



I 1 1 

to grieve, to mourn, grief, 
pain, sorrow. 

/\AAAAA p ^ . /■) 

, to make 



n " ^^ '^-==— V Sphinx 14, 204, to untie, to 
I e ^' loosen. 

s-nem |l ^"131,11-^ 
snem P ( ^ , 

an offering of propitiation. 

snemm PV^^^i"' '" '"'"' 

to satisfy with food. 

snem R (I ^^AA^A ^v , N. 637, H ( aaa^aa ^. 

•fv n ° - n /! 'w^AAA ^ Q. 



snem 
snem 

a kind of weed or plant 



-- 5 ^(j(j'^|, Peasant 153, 



s-nemeh, s-nemme^ H 

8 ^ , to pray, to beg, to humble oneself; caus. 

s-nerit p^<->([|) f^ , iv, 385, con- 

quest, conqueror; from V\ f=^. 

s-nehi \\^,,^, IV, 1174. [1 ri] g|. 

to muster soldiers, to place soldiers in their 
positions for fighting, to marshal forces ; caus. 

rv AA/V\A« 

s-nehep |1 fLja ^» ^v, 966, Thes. 1479. 

to muster levies of soldiers, to call up troops ; 
caus. 

s-nehet I ra , u. 444, 1 ra \^ , t. 

253, to subdue; caus. 

Snehi fl ^aa^ | (jA ^,,^, Rev. n, 165 = 
1 8 Q A A ^^ to command; Copt. O-Jfe^- 

snehi 1 /v^aam X (] (1 ^ , Ddcrets 107, copy (?) 
S-nekh |1 ^ ,U.573, |l ^ g»,N.967, 
^ V9r' ^' 75^' ^° bring up, to rear a 

/^AAAA.^ 

child; caus. of L-=fl. 

long one's life, to become old ; caus. 

sennekh-t V '^ o , 11 ^ 1 
snekha I 

Sphinx 14, 208, to slay. 

s-nekhebkheb Raaa^^J^J.T. 161, 

N. 688, Sphinx 14, 208, R "^ J ® J*» ^^• 
148, A.Z. 1910, 129, to unbolt a door. 

s-nekhen \\'®' $1. 'V, 579, /o reju- 
1 .WNAAA JT venate ; 

s-nekht 1^ 

sensu I 

sensu R 'V — R %^, IV, 936, |1 vw^ ^^ 

^ 1 , praises. 



axe. 



B.D. 35, 2,tounIoad(?) 
to disembark (?) 



caus. 



I, 145, P. 447> N. 1121, 
to strengthen ; caus. 

to praise, to adore, lo 
' acclaim. 



2 u 3 



c 



s 



[ 678 ] 



P 



sensen B S fj. ^'^- ^906, 107, to praise, 
to acclaim ; Copt. ceXcojX. 

sens n wvvAA n fi , to smell : see ¥ ^ • 

sensh I ^,M. 214, 728,^685,978, 

to open the ears ; read 1 ^^^ ^. 

sensh Irm, to open, to make a way into ; 



r\ (\AAA/VN 

read I J\ 

I ' 



(A AAAAAA 



369,?. 606, N. 143. 



N. 803, 



•^ 



A 

^ 
, P. 602, 

, Rec. 26, 224, 



^^,U. 



A 

AAAAAA 



oG, 



sentit P V l Ij () li ' Litanie 14, sight, seer ; 

sneterp^|X.:.1iX:-'^- 

I V , incense ; Copt. COHXe. 

I* ^ 1 III 



Sneterba 
senth 



A Berg. I, 23, a bird- 
13 J^' god. 

, to cut down timber. 



w 



n D, Rec. 26, 233, to suckle ; caus. (?) 

Copt. CODItK, TcHKO; compare Heb. pr . 

S-neqeb H "^'^ J *S^ , Mettemich Stele 5, 
to suffer pain ; caus. 

i,.to feed, to nourish; caus. 

senk-t 1 czri , Rec. 36, 214 = 

(2k '^^^, darkness, evening. 

S-nketket 1'===^ , Sphinx 14, 210, to 
agitate, to shake ; caus. 

sent I 

p=^4-p: 



senth I (9), T. 282, N. 1 32, to found, 

to establish, custom, habit. 



senthi 



p. 407, M. 585, N. 
1 189, founder. 



Spnthi-ur (7)^^^ Dream Stele 12 the 
s>enmi-ur ^^__^, title of a pnest. 



senthi 



, Ikhernefert 14, 







'•P2^: 



h 



I, Rev. 



ci \\ 21 ' I Ci 1 1 I 
II, 174, fear, timidity ; Copt- cn^T. 

senti 11 /wwsA 1 1] (1 Q?i , crier. 

sent |"» !§•«-- ^ 

sentiu ll Ofl ^. enemies. 

sent, sent-t |1 ^ ^5^5, ^3- 5, gar- 
ment, bandlet. 

to found, to 
establish. 



^ evil, 

,wyAA^ ^' enmity. 



cabin, shrine of a sacred boat, canopy. 

s-nether Hi, TRs^j, u. 9, |i^^_^°, 

to purify with natron. 

^ snether ll^li^^H^f 

m' PlrTi- IPS' 1P^' l^' 

ilE'1PT'1PiS:'P1==^ 

, IP^"^^^' ^ °' "''cense; ^s^ | | 
o , to offer incense ; y ^ I ^ ^^^^^ incense. 

sent I ^ ^^ , Rec. 2 7, 228, I ^_^ 

r\ IVAAAAA *\ jO jO "fV 



n 



,<> 






^i' 



/VVAAAA 



senti n 
senti[t] P 



/SAAAAA 



, cabin, canopy. 



» , to fear : ^CS' ^ '^, timid of heart ; ^ 'wwna 

^3', IV, 658, faces of fear, terror-stricken 
faces ; Copt. Clt^T. 

sent-t 






ftA/\A/W /O I 

/SAAAA'V /O n AAAA/V\ 



Amen. 23,7, |l^|j,|l^|f,|l 



p 



[ 679] 



S 



P 



^,|l^(je-^o,p^(]c2^,.|our. 
As. 1908, 299, fear ; Copt. CWiJT. 

^^ Of* I } timid man. 

Sent ^^1^, Berg. I, II, ^:&=|, Rec. 

4, 28, a lion-god; ""^^^^l, B.D. ib, 8, 
17, 46, a name of the heart of Osiris. 

Sent - nef - Amentiu ^^ 

Tuat V, a god who burned the dead. 

sent n 
sent-t II 



snetchemu [I \ ^~~~ \ , t^ose who are at 
I \ cr*"^ I * ease. 

s-netchem ib P | "^ ^'^, i, 59. 

to make glad the heart. 

s-netches p"^ p ^^, to belittle, to 

make little ; caus. 

^, prince, chief, nobleman, elder; plur. 



I, 






a 11 11 ,^^^- 292, sails 
r=rz ■ of a boat. 

''^ Herusatef Stele 28, 
i I ' acacia wood. 



Sentlt \\^=^>, Rec. 24, i6i,aCanopic 
jar-goddess ; var. 1 ^AA^AA ^^ , 

sneter | V ^ ° , incense ; see snether. 

ly A, P. 684, u. 270, IT 

^ ^^, N. 719 + 6, P. 20, 543, lly ^ ^ 
^>. M. 71, |1 ^^^^g>, Hh. 551, 

sentch-t jly C.^,fear. 

s-netchem p | ^ ?^, iv, 219, p | 

kj^'PAPIIPIkflf^ 

PlfPI=fPlki'P|H..o 

rest, to sit down, to seat oneself; p J ' li j] , 
L.D. Ill, 140B, seated ; caus. 

S-netchem netchem P f | &, B f f 

^, to seat oneself, to be at ease; caus. 

s-netohem P |. u. 6,, p | T:J|^, 
^•^-5'PlklPI"Skl''''P-3-^' 

19 n J ^ \\ ^ to make pleasant, to heal, to 
I \ wK I— >•'-. ' make happy; caus. 



^lyi-p-^^^i-^Mi- 
Ml p-^^i. p^^^i= 



(E 



(2 I 



O 



, chief nobles; 



S V9^ i „ „ r. . Wi I , chief inspectors. 



1(2 



governorship, 
magistracy. 



^^'^-tpTl^'P 

Ser-pu-aa, etc. P^^^* (^ J □ % 
'^ i .4. 



1 1, the fowler who worked the net of the Akeru- 
gods. 

Ser-tchatcha-t p 



sti^O 



, M. 700, 



l<z>|^ Jo)' N. 132 1, a title of Anpu. 



ser 



P 



'•PT 



^ P. 



1116, B 26, p<z>|^, Rec. 31, 170, ^, 

1 <=> jr^ ^ . P ^ , Metternich Stele 78, 

Po |^P-®^^'Rev. ii,i47,p_fc&|7\, 



l.a^^ I i=i^^, Jour. As. 1908, 309, to 

announce, to dispose, to arrange, to order, to 
direct, to decree, to challenge ; I <i> g5i , 
Rev. 13, 42, to struggle; Copt. CtOp. 



seru 
ser 



(2 



precept, speech, pro- 
phecy. 



(?)p 



.-t n ^ n*^^^/5(5i n*^^^^ order, dls- 
1-—-' I o Ml'l o ' posal. 



2 u 4 



p 



s 



[ 680 ] 



S 



P 



n Up 1L ' IV, 500, praises, 
Serut |'<==>_y jf^l' glorifications. 

Ser-t-nehepu-em-aha-s, etc. |i ^ 

the 19th Pylon. 

ser p^, ^ © , drum, tambourine. 

n<=>^.ei^! Rev. 14, 12, tam- 
8®rU I ' (3 (3 O ^ 1 §f I ' bourine players. 

ser n^^^, Rec 33, 27, n^^» L-D- III' 

194, \^<=>\ ^ ., P =:^ I] ^ -^ ' to arrange, 

to order, to exalt. 

Ser j^, Tuat XII, one of the 12 gods 

who towed the boat of Af through the serpent 
Ankh-neteru ; he was reborn daily. 

Ser P<=> t^ ^ ' M^'"' ^^y- ^' 45. a god 
of~^*^. 

Seru 1% o, Berg. I, 13, a serpent-god. 



a ■».*»■»• n*^~^ to make to go round, to re- 
|i<^, volvejcaus. 

ser []<=:>f|, fire, flame; p<=>^^^^f|. 
the warm breath of life. 



ser 
ser 



P 



, wool ; Copt. COpX. 

n<r:>'^, P. 441, M. 544, N. 1125, 
n^, U. 133, a kind of goose; plur. |l<=> 
^^"^j.Rec. 29,148. 

8®^ P^,Httle; p^-^, faint-hearted. 

ser (?) Pi *^ "^ , to be fettered, restraint. 

seru p^^^li.'^s-"^"^^' tet 

ser-t n ^ , n ^ k , H ^, thorn, goad, 
a pointed tool or instrument ; Copt. COTpi. 

ser-t (l^jj^ 



B.D. 58, 4, the name 
' ' of a part of a boat. 

serr I ^c ^, w, ^_-^^_j^' t°» 



write, to engrave. 

serser H _gas P 






, Rev. 12, 30, to 



I I 1 I a kind of 
i-Lii.' linen. 



sera-t(?) p<=: 

serat P<=>^]i^' J^""'- ^^' ^^°^' 

301, prosperity, prosperous condition. 

sera [ I <cir> [J '^'^^^s water-pot; var. 1 

D. 

ISism , T. 309, a serpent- 



Ser&u 

fiend in the Tuat. 

seri-t 



, kindness, gentleness. 



Westcar Pap. 7, 19, disease, 
sickness, nausea. 



seri-t 

seri-t p^(jl)of, p^ljHf, 

^-=^, D^crets 18, 107, to divert, to turn away; 
caus. o^ (3 A • 



to divert ; caus. 

tk ® Hh. 433 ; 

'jrU=Vl' caus. 



, a mistake 



decorate to ornament ; Copt. ceXcioX. 



s-rukh 
s-rukhet 

for n c:^> "^ ® , to embalm. 

s-rut p^ fl, Rev. 13,. 10 = P2"S^. 

to flourish. 

s-rut p<=>^e^'^|, p^^^ 

"A i , to make to grow or to flourish, to make 
strong or firm or hard, to make solid ; caus. 

S-rutU p<:r>^<=^'S\^, Hh.448, 
evil growth. 

s-rutmau P2'S\|I >'^|j' 

Gol. Hamm. 11, 58, recruits (?) 

s-rutch p ^"^^-Xx, T. 260, p <=> ';$\, 

P. 692, P'^l'^, M. 663, P<=i=>|^, 



,1V, 879, 



N. 1278. p^'^.p<==>'^ '5^1 

to make to grow, to make strong or firm or liard, 
to make solid ; caus. of <=> T ^ 



[ 681 ] 



S 



P 



serp-t 



Rev, II, 185, flower 
of the lily. 



seref 



I 



w 



^f\/8\ Amen, 23, 3, to rest, to refresh 
1 1 <^' ' oneself, repose, leisure. 

P. 204, M. 338, N. 864, to be hot, to be angry, 
warm, warmth, heat, flame, fire; compare Heb. 

serfu n ''^^, n "^^ ft II ^' ^•^- ^*^' 

Sphinx II, 135, Rev. 8, 73, Jour. As. 1908, 299, 



an angry man 

} 



^P^ 



W 



JP^fl 



HC, IV, 970, a man who blows hot and cold. 
seref-ab H *^^^ "^ , warm-hearted. 
Seref-t I o Ql , heat, warmth. 

seref P^^^^fl 0, hot drink. 

serfu-t n ^^ Dl inflamed sores, car- 
I o 4 III' buncles, boils. 

Serref ^^Tfiww i? ^ , Rev. n, i8o = 

*^;^^(')^ mythological creature. 

seref | l^-"^^~^A. , to submerge, to be sub- 
merged, water flood. 

■^^^, to pay heed to; 
^z^ 1 v:> , heed it not. 

-^^ , to make to weep ; 



AA/\A/VA 
AA/WW 



h 



serfi 
S'-rem 

^■""^^^ PT 

M x<:^ S?^ > to make to know, to give informa- 
tion against ; p ^ '^, IV, 1004; 1 1 ^ ^, 
U. 491, P. 192, M. 363, N. 914. 

srekh-t 1 _ ^, Peasant 42, Pap. 
3024, 125, information. 

serkhi 



the accused, the 
defendant. 



Serkhi [1' 

a title of Set. 



,-P' 



serekh [1^^, I v, 160,896, Thes. 

1283, fl"^ ^, Piehl III, 16, 19, p "^[rO. 
Hymn Darius 6, blazon, cognizance, throne. 



throne, throne chamber. 

seres n<^>n = B&8 
s.resn<:=:>ni,p^;^ 



, a six-ply stufil 
, Hh. 426 



P 



to arouse, to wake up, to keep 
awake, to be vigilant ; caus 



serq ^ ^ (f — , p. 361, 



^- ■""'•PT'PT^'PTX 
PTt-PTf^'PXPTli 
PT^1^^'PT\1^3^ 

0^^-.^ to open [the windpipe], to breathe, to in 
' hale, to expand the lungs, to be refreshed 

serqu45|^|,Rec..7,_86,»^nar.d 

Sera it R *^~~^ ^ goddess of the royal 
I Zl o' crown 

Serqit ^^, u. 599, P. 216, ^o 
P. 508, ^ ^, N. 1140, 1241, ^ ^ ^ 



Pr^^^' P A (jll^|> the Scorpion- 
goddess; 2(^"^, prrM' *^^ ^''''^^^ 

Scorpion-goddess. 

Serqit hetu H ""^^^ ^ | o 

Rec. 30, 192, P^^i) f ^1' Metternich 
Stele 23, the Scorpion -goddess. 

aa-ni- H "^""^ ^o glean in a cornfield ; Copt. 

s.rutfi2^,p2g,p2M= 

P^r^^c^^"^!], to plant. 

S-erta (?) 1 '^ , to make to give; caus. of 



sertebu 



, mjury. 



p 



[ 682 ] 



aertchA ^ *^ i|| . to polish. 

8eh.tflrae,^-3'. -'^prbod'/ 

S-ha [Ifli^.M. 261, pra^, Amen 



14, 10. 15. 20. 17, 13. 20, 21 

658, to make to go down. 



, IV, 



, P. 117, 1'ra 

, descent. • 

\ X to turn aside, to 
"^^^' overthrow. 



seha-t 1 1 ra 

Rec. 31, 170. ' HI 

s-ha(?) pra 

s.hapra[;j,pra'^^^>p-- 
.,xi.pra^.pra'yu=.>praM' 

Gol. Hamm. 13, 106, to rout, to overturn, to 
throw into confusion, to repulse, to rebel, to 
, Rec. 16, 109. 



cause tumult ; j I ' ^ 



sehau 



ra 



ra 



Rev. 13, 36, a quarrelsome or contentious man. 

. n r-. 1k v^ V confusion, rebellion, 
seha |lra ^^W' riot. 



selii(?) |lra 
sehu-t p ra ^ 



s 



Ci o 

t I I 



, booth, pavilion. 

ra"° = ll ra 



.111 I <=>iii 

S-hebi 11 ra )|%^> t° P^t^ t^ shame, to 

disgrace ; caus. ^^ ra J . • 

a lion n ra ^=^^ "^aker of laws, lawgiver ; 
^'^^^ r D L^' caus. 

S-heri 11 rO i|, to give or cause content, 

to satisfy, to pacify ; caus. of heri. 

s-herr Bra ^ I . iv, 926, 1030, ['ra ^. 

Rec. 31, 170, to quiet, to pacify ; caus. 



P 



sehrit.fl ra 

f^ nn o 



, IV, 971, 



ra 



Peas. 1 1 16, B, 65, satisfaction, 
pacification. 

seherrit p^| ^, p^"''"'""' '""ttn: 

seher (1 ra ^ a kind of precious stone 
I <c=>lll carnelian(?) 



ra 



sehri[t] \\ ^ 

boat, houseboat, dahabiyyah. 

seh [1-= — , Rev. 14,66 = ceg,, ca:)^(?) 

seh P I fll' ^^^^' chamber: var. 



seh PI fj]|, counsel. 

sehip|i|[j 



trained, skilled, clever, cunning, instructed, wise 
man. 

setatu [l|!^ '^T' ^'*'' '"' 

sensed P|P|,°-piP|,^nB^ 

M. 269, N. 888, the Lake of Sehseh ; ^ ^ | 
p|, P. 303, C-3 — | — 1%' U. 493, 

N. 945, the Mountain of Sehseh; P||'^ ^ 
f^>^>^ J Rec. 31, 171. 

Sehsehi[t] p I P I l)l)i' 'fheban Os- 
traka C. i, a kind of disease. 

seha PI'^^I'^^^^'- 

■^ Rec. 34, 177, to strip, to undress; 






caus. 



B-&appf^o^.flf§.pf 



g, to hide, to clothe, to conceal; caus. 



re- 



S-ha PI fl^, P^' to make to 

joice, to gladden; var. p |^^ J ; caus. 

Seha p I '^, Orion ; varr. p , fl | ^, 

sehi p I (] ^, to rise (of a flood). 
Sehih-t PyO^V' ^ecfortiS; 



p 



[683 ] 



S 



P 



Sehith 



• , Tuat VI, a goddess. 



, IV, 767, Annales 



SehU nS, Rec. 22, 2, 
Rec. 33, 34, P I ^ ^ I 

to collect, to gather together, to assemble, to 
sum up, to add up a total ; Copt. CUdOt^. 



'-^-nv^ri'Hi^ 



w 

i, L.D. Ill, 219E, 14, summary, 
abridgment, collection, edition, list (of troops), 
inventory, catalogue; P f ^^ "^ ^ ^^ 
<:z=> T ^. , IV, 945, gathered into the store, 

Sehutut P § ^ ^ ^ 1 1 , collections, 
groups of things. 

Herusatef Stele 6, 12, crown, tiara, diadem. 
Sehu |1 I % ^> wind, air, gale(?) 
sehU-t P|@^; see [1©| ^, egg. 

n I %. -^ O, to stink, filth ; caus. of | ^ "^ ^ 

s-hua (?) 

25, 17, 20, to curse; caus. ; Copt. C^L^OT, 

sehurau H ? ^^^ y ^ I , ,^^"'^' '"^^^■ 

I A <c:i> 1 N ^ I Imgs, curses. 

sehuru P § ^=* % ^^ vgi ! the ac- 

I X <=> Jr ^ I cursed. 

Sehur 1 » ^=* ^^^ ^, Love Songs 2, 3, 
the name of a district. 

-^«'>»pi^j.'v.^«.py^. 

IV,,53.p®,pjT.PfffiJi. 
, to make glad, to keep the feast, to 



to disarrange, to 

^^^^' confuse; caus. 



py 



^57 

o 



keep holiday; '5'^37 J k(], Rec. 20, 40, 
arrayed in festal attire. 

sehbupy^^, py^^i. 

shouts of joy, festival cries. 

sehbupy^^^.pysi;.^, 

Sallier II, 6, 9, wind, air. 

sehbenben (?) p ? Jl '^^^ J '^^^, U. 
113, N. 422 

Seheptt "^ ° a^^, B.I). 104, 5, the 
name of a boat or of a boat-god. 

sehef n?*^W,iv,935 



s-hemi 



'1)!^ 



rx 



^, N. 363, 



P ^ ^^» P ^ ^» to turn back, to drive 



away ; 1 1 ^ 



^ ~*^ I to avert ill luck ; 
A. D © 1' caus. 



P^Mll^i-P^ki'P^K 

1 r n to pound, to crush, to break up, to 
& ^"^' grind. 

«-**'»P&f'Pf^&l"'P""<"- 

s-henipS^LJ, Off, P?^ 

I A AAAAAA I A (J I A /VVS/W\ 

,p?^oiLj,n^,pi^^, 

I A /\A/\AAA /I I AAA/VSA I A /VWV/NA iii 

— (](]li6mfl, Rev. 12,18, p|^0|^, 

— ^'-Plli^i-PIlJi^^- 

10 conunand, to be in command of something, 
to order, to direct, to rule, to administer, to 
entrust with a commission ; Copt. CA-g^Ite. 






sehen-t 



n 



P ? '^ L—Zl, L.D. III, 219, 18, authority, com- 

I A /VWAA/\ 

mand, administration, list, summary ; Copt. 

-^-"Ptimi-PtSfl- 

Rechnungen 37, order, decree, delivery. 

-^-« PIl,f"^- HI 
Ptl,^i-PIGi--°"^'S(^ 



[ 684] 



S 



..^-B, 



Sehenti-requ p|£j^^ 

keeper of the 5th Pylon. 

1- n R ffr .V to make to go back ; 

s-hen Ifi vl /v, ^ caus. 

sehenti H? '^ f /v , repulser. 
s-henhen H § '^ § "S ^, to turn 

away ; caus. 

sehnu P §^, crown. 







A.Z. 17, 57, a piece 
of armour. 



sehentu p^o'^' 

s-heri fl|X/^' T. 287, Hh. 370, 
^ £5:2. M. 50, [1|<=>W^,P. 170, 



§. 



9 



"^ n A f f o drive away, to repulse ; caus. 

__^ q q aqp^ , Copt. ci.^p. 

seher OS^^' ^^^' ^' ^^9, fighter. 

SehriMuflX^o^'^fSr 
seher(?)p^^,^-^3,-kind^of 



s-heri 



7\ 



W 



, to bear up, to exalt ; caus. 



s-hes 



-'*"" to make to advance, to 
y^ ' attack; caus. 

S-heqer B § '^ "^^ to keep hungry, 
to let hunger, starve ; caus. ; Copt. £,OKep. 

Sehtt n V^^ fjj » a city of Osiris 



s-hetep 115 ^, Rec. 31, 21, 



, to make to be at peace, to pacify, to 
appease, to propitiate, to unite with; |' ^ q114 
^1, pacifiers; P'j^'^' *« P^^'^^ *^^ ^^^'^' 
n =^= y^ ^ , to pacify the ka ; caus. 

sehetputpf^;^|l,p^|i.A™n. 

8, II, propitiatory offerings. 

Sehetep neterui H "^^ ^ ^ , the 



title of the priest of the 10th Nome (Uatchet) 
of Upper Egypt. 

Sehetep Sekhmit P ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ 

pitiatory addresses to Sekhmit^^ 

Sehetep taui ^ "J^ ^' ^■^- ^^4, 7, 

a god of offerings ; ^_^^ ^ ^Z^ ^ (Saite). 

sehetpi |1=^(]|] »^, 



^, Mar. Aby. I, 6 



, 28, 



D, 






m^ 



1 1 1 



censer; plur. P'^1]!],^?,' |'^o 

s-hetemp|^|, p|^ 

^ X 



/"III 
, to destroy; caus. 

sehetemu Pf^?^^^"^^^^' 

Feasant 222, destroyer. 

Sehetem-t, etc. pyo^|^^ 

banks of the stream sailed on by the magical 
boat. 

sehetu P|*^, U. 618, P|^< ^' 327, 
P|^^,P. 798, N. 857, Pl^'^^^' u. 

469,p|.= ^F=-,P.x69,p|^.^^ 



s 



[ 685 ] 



S 



P 



, T. 220, 356, P|^^f=^,U. 560, 

P- 668, p I ^ *^, N. 983, the sky of the 
Tuat, the nether heaven; plur. [1 9 

P. 789, Pf ^^^^*. N.801, PI 
<^=^, M. 778- 



Sehet 



Rec. 26, 228, the god 
' oftheskyof the Tuat. 



s-hetch p|, u. 37, T. 266, p*^!!, 

to light up, to throw light on, to clear up, to 
explain ; caus. ; Copt. CA-^XG. 

light, rays, radiance. 

s-hetchta Pl*^!^ 7T ?' ^^^"• 
sehetch p| '^ c-n, the name of a 
chamber in a temple. 

sehetch MY , a heaven of stars. 

Sehetch ur p J "^ ^» ? "^ 3fe=. 

32, 280, "Great illuminer"— a name of the 
Sun-god ; 






Rec. 30, 

67. 



Sehetch renpupl^^^^^, 
Sehetch khatut PfO^m- 

Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 10). 

s-hetch p I ^ ^, Hh. 494, to be 

troubled ; caus. of j ^^ '^^, 



sehetch 



i, inspector, overseer. 



officer of a boat: {\^ IJ] inspector of servants 
lip of the Ka. 



to transfer a 
house. 



Sehetch-t jit -^ ^, a case at law, 

sehetch per p ^ 
sehetch-t 



l^J^.box, 



case. 



8-hetchen hat(?) pS^ ^^O, 

to distract the mind. 

sehetcher-t p | *^, bleached cloth. 

. sekh p® » p®. n® ° J|, to make to 
width, breadth. 

sekh.tpf^,pe^^.p- 

= ;^p 5^, hall, chamber. 

sekhu p®"^ 
sekh-t p ® ^ 

sekh p ^ ^, to stretch out the sky 
sekh p ® i), IV, 1153, to tarry (?) 

sekh p ^ . p ® L«yi, to cut. to cut off, 



Rec. 37, 69, slaugh- 
ter-house. 

a broad boat, barge, 
lighter. 



to reap ; Copt. (JOC^. 

sekhi \\^^, U. 537, pj^, Rec. 
27, 86, P ^, Rev. II, 163, p ® , Ebers 
Pap.xo9,i2, p^L^, PJ;^, p®^, 
I ^^, to strike, to break, to defeat, to over- 
throw, to beat (a drum), to mark cattle, to knap 
flints, to strike a lyre (Leyd. Pap. 59); P ^ ^ 

toaim blows witha stick; P®^ ^*^~^fl' 
Rec. 17, 144, to bastinado; p.^ Pn^^' 
to strike a light, kindle a fire ; Copt. C^ttj. 

sekhsekh H^ fl,^ , ^-P- ^4, 17. to 

I I L.-/1 beat to pieces. 

sekh:tp;^. PJ^. po^, 
Leyd. liap. s. ... IV, ..76, p ®^^, p ® 

punishment, blow, stripe, stroke; ' ^ X ^, 
Edict 28, ® ^AAA/^A I fc^ , 100 strokes with a 



'''^' P(. 



stick 



U=^^ Mar. Karn. 53, 35, the 
I ' 1' wounded; Copt. CHttje. 



p 



s 



[ 686 ] 



Sekn-tl 1 1 ^ ^^^^' has been bastinadoed. 
sekh-ti p ^ ^, bitter (?) ;- Copt, cioje. 
sekh-t n^^, deafness. 

sekhi p® l|l) ^^. A"^^t^^^ ^^'' '' 7' 

Koller 2, 4, deaf man. 



sekh-t 

P.825, p^ 

N. 703, P^ 
Rec. 31, 3I1 
Plur. i 

.u. 624, ^n, 

sekh-ti 



I, T. 333. 



n 



^>, 



, M. 249, 



n 



o 



, field, meadow ; 



, U. 419, 



\> I' ffi^s 
ci .0 



I ; Copt, cujcge. 



^^_j)V§i, field labourer, peasant, 



countryman; plur. 



(9 



^— :flV^!, 



w 



sekh-t — ta sekh-t q ^, iv, 1130, 

'• field bread." 



Sekhti 



Q W 



, a field-god; plur. 



Sekhti-Sekhti U^"^ 



, Tuat I and IX, a god. 



Sekhti-t 



Sekh-t aaru 



o 



, the Field-goddess. 



T.73,fl® 






_SaB 



, T. 227, 

w w 

, T. 244, 



M.628, 



O 



_ _ _, P. 100, 

(j^_2^^^^^,M.28o, 



PL 

N. 1337, m (| -2^ ^ © , IV, 499, 



3X 



V 



s 






(1 *^, " Field of Reeds" ; plur. 



o I <Z=D 

see also U. 475, 483, T. 263, 396, P. 171,: 198, 
200, 326, 327, 462, 603, 631, M. no, 370, 502, 
630, N. 605, 765, 871, 895, 903, 93o> 942, 964, 
1089 ff., 1337. Later forms are :— 

gion in the Tuat where the souls of the blessed 
dead lived and served Osiris. 

Sekh-t aarru Mi ? 1 ^ 2 ^ 



Sekh-t aanru 






« I I tstsm 



1 1 1 



I, B.D. 149, the 2nd Aat. 



Sekh-t aakhu 



q^M 



N 167, the field of the spirit-souls in the 
■ ' Other World. 



Sekhut amiut Aasu 



a mythological locality. 

Sekh-t aa-t 



Oi, 



, B.D. 



179 9, " the Great Field "—a region in the Tuat. 

Sekh-tankh[lf|||f7.P.393. 

M. 560, N. 1 167, "the Field of Life "—a mytho- 
logical locality. 

Sekh-t uatciiu ||| f] "^ | ^. ?• 

204 N. 853, "green field "—a region in the 

P. 608. 

Sekhut uatch-t I 



, ,-WT ^ T. 334, N. 704, P. 608, M. 249, 
t{ I I o o o ' " Emerald Fields/' i.e., the sky. 

Sekh-t uatchit nefer-t DM J^ J-' 



Ombos I, 175, the goddess of fertile cultivated 
land. 



Sekh-t Paat 

p. 396, M. 565, N. 1 172, a mythological locality. 



[ 687 ] 



S 



Sekh-t mef kat 



u 



o o o 



P..8o.M..8o.pj|||^^-^,«.3,, 
" turquoise field," i.e., the sky. 

Sekh-t nebt heteput 



V 



D 



t^ j a district in the Tuat where offerings 
-" ' were abundant. 

Sekh-t Nenta 



rMw 



J IJ , p. 603, field of the day and night sky, 

Sekh-t neheh 



H 



o 



B.D. 78, 30, field of eternity, i.e., the Other 
World, or the necropolis. 

Sekh-t en Serser-t 



P- 



^ I 



a-i 



►©, Rec. 

26, 226, a district in the Tuat containing the 
boiling lake Serser (or, Neserser-t). 

Sekh.tneterupj|^^=]^,P.8., 

M. Ill, N. 25, B.D. 177, 8, 9, field of the gods. 

Sekh-tRam -^|,B.D.r8o, 
32. field of Ra. ^ 



Sekh-t Ra o 



/~\ . Palermo Stele: 
(i) a sun-temple near Memphis; (2) |]jj) ^, 



a district of Memphis; (3) |jj^[) ^ 

B.D. 180, 32, the part of heaven in which Ra 

1 o o o 



lived; plur. 



0,N. 36. 



,0,P. 68, p 



ci 



Sekh-t Ruruti 






'field of the 



two Lion-gods "—the name of the place in the 
sky occupied by Ra at the 3rd hour of the day. 

nnn ^ "field of 

^ fli^ \> ' Horus." 



Sekh-t Heru 

Sekh-theteputOMt=^r?^u.x93, 






m 



o 



o U 



^ 



^D. 



\> 



n 



ciDo I « I 



; dual (?), 






Dill 



P 



^ , T. 244, «' field of offerings," the region of 
offerings of the Kingdom of Osiris in the Juat ; 



plur. |) 



^/l.U.S78. 



^. N. X70, p 



Sekhut hetep-t R® 

f^^,T.333,p 

P.824, p^ 



Sekhit hetep 



^ D. 
= ^ N. 703, the god of the 
D ' fields of offerings. 



, OmbosI, 175 



(i) a goddess of life, health, and joy; (2) the 
field of offerings personified, '^ P T •?" -^ 



w 



<9> 



-0- 



n 



Sekhut Khakha 

©,N. 1159 

Sekh-t Kheprer 

of the Beetle-god. 

Sekh-t khet-f M 

30, 190, a region in the Tuat. 

H I 
£i -9 — " — 

B.D. 125, III, 19, Respirazione 5, "field of the 
grasshoppers "—a region in the Tuat. 

Sekh-t Sasa JliO ^ 



, N. 942, the field 
""^(1*^^, Rec 



Sekh-t sanhemu 



^ 



k^^i'IM.",^^^fe^c^ 



pqp^flc, 

B.D. 98, 7, a field of fire in the Tuat. 

Sekh-t ka p®|||U^, T. 9,, 



the region of a royal ka in the l^uat, 

Sekhti-ka H- U^^, B.1,. .,c, 

33, a section of the fields of offerings. 

Sekh-t Tchatcha 

Sekh-t Tcher p® 0|0 B , P- 57^ 
Sekh-t Tcheser-t JliO w^ 



Rec. 26, 226, "field of the Chief," />., 

of Osiris. 



Metternich Stele 167, the "holy field." 



p 



s 



[688] 



P 



A I Rec. 30. 67, parts 

I /• 1 



sekh-t (?) p ^ ^^^ I ' "" " ' of a ship 
sekhsekh P^P®,^,. p^P^i^^ 

Amen. 22, 17, to flee, to betake oneself to flight 
sekhU-t p®^^, a hastening 

sekli[se]khti p j;;^^-^' 

^\£ "^^^ ^ I , courier, envoy. 

\\ Jn L-zi ^1 ^ , 

, , n ^ A to weigh, to balance ; 
s-khekh | ' ^ /p » caus. ; Copt. cgKffl- 

sekhsekh p® p O- p ^ ^"^^ 

to have pleasure. 

ber to call to mind, to commemorate some 
person or thing, to think, to think out; var. 

^1 P 1 ^ » record, decree. 

Skhai P|l|(l*=^' ^^^- ^' ^3, letters, 

writing; P^HIj^^^^ "f" \\ ^^=^ S l' 

Greek letters; Copt. Cg,^.l, C^^. 

Skhai p^^H^-Pl^qili. PI 

^iitii'Pmi^^i"'^"^''- 

record, remembrancer, writer. 

skhait P^'^ljl)^^'^^^^''^ '^9, 

something which ought to be remembered. 

skhaupi^M-Pl^i-Pl 

o^^,piMfl'Pl^^M-P®l 

"^j memorandum, remembrance, memory, 

memorial, memorial service; 1 1 ^ ^^ _^2l 1 ' 

commemorative formulas ; I T ^^ ^ 

an unpleasant recollection ; 1 ' T 
everlasting remembrance. 



Skhaut p?o"^,Thes. 1285, memorial. 

Skhait Heru p | # "^ ^ £si' P- 

615, M. 782, N. 1149, Pl"^^^' 

_ |>iPlfl1^5'^^""-^''^"'' 
a form of Isis or Hathor. 

skha p|®^ia. P. 35., PI© 



, N. 1067, to enter among (?); 
caus.(?)of^|^f]7|. 

s.khap|^^,j-^-^p,t?h;n?ght: 

Skhaip^=;l^, IV, xo79,tobe 

deaf; p ^iTi^' "^"^''^'^ ^' ^^' ^' ^'^' 
III, 1 40c, to turn a deaf ear to ; Copt. CO)^. 
u. n »-=' r-! wound, sore, bruise ; 
skha-t |l ^ Q. Copt. CA-ttJ. 

skha-t p ^ ^, |i„-,, P ^ „,' 

*^ n ^^ (^ , a kind of fruit (?) 

skhaa 



I to form, to fashion, 
^Z7 » something cast. 



Skhaa-t p ^, A.Z. 1868, 107, hare. 

s-kha P^^'^^' ^- '°°5, 1007; 

X , to row, stroke of an oar ; caus. 
Skhabu p »— J ^ ^ | ' devourers. 

s-khap p"^ ^g,|l Q#| 

tlTj , to swallow, to devour. 

/WNA V 

1 i,«.^ n^^^r /I to form, to fashion;" 

S-khap |l ^ L-=Zl, caus. 

skham Pl ^ '^' J^^'^- ^^- ^9°^, 275, 

to pluck out ; Copt. COJ^eAX. 

skham pT ^^, Jour. As. 9, 10, 
506 ; Copt. CA.^eAX. 

s-khamm p«->^|^f|. ^^ ^^"^^ 

hot; caus. 



p 



[ 689 ] 



S 



Skhan fl^ 0, to hasten; 1^ [1^0, 
suddenly, 

Skhan P | ;^ ° , Rev. = c^.&rte. 

S-khann M ^^ '^^ , to breach a wall, 
to overthrow ; caus. 



ruins. 



overthrow, 

s-khank 



5^,P 



X 



^ M Leyd. Pap. lo, i, to strain through a 
^ -/j ' sieve ; caus. 

sknank-t I aa/wva ^ , a vessel, a sieve. 
S-khar pg, Rec. 26, 235,p^^L^, 

> i <rr> \w=/l, to smear, to overlay 

with a metal, to plate, to wash over, to milk, to 
provide or supply ; caus. ; Copt. C<L^p, C^.p^. 

skhar-t I <r=:> 5, Harris I, 30, 5, covering. 

Skhar-t 0*^*"^ ^ ^ Rechnungen 70, deck 
!::> v=>-:^' of a boat. 



skhar-t I l<cz> i , a kind of fruit or seed. 



I, Rouge 



skharaa 

I.H. II, ii4;varr. H? 



X 



X 



=, Vs=vi, to 



abuse, to curse, to ill-wish ; Copt. C^OTfep, 
C^OTp. 



s-khakh 



PI^ 



'IK-PI^ 



X 

\\L=J|' 

to hurry, to hasten, to accel- 
W L=/]' erate, to scatter (?) 

s . . . khakha PpT T '0', I, 130 = 

1 1 .M> i "^ ^'^ ' ^° ^^ ^^^^' *° rejoice. 

^^.p'^l^^^'^.to strain 



through a cloth, to squeeze. 

s-khaker 6,0 



($. 



Ikhernefert 1 5, to ornament, to decorate ; caus. 
of ^^=:^ A ; n A o "^ , decorated. 



s-khai 



Q 



•PZ.I.PZ.-- 

make to rise up or appear, to celebrate a festival, 
to crown a king ; caus. 



skhai 



i-t p 



Q 



coronation, one who is 
o crowned. 

^'^'^^-Pf.l.^.Pf.^li-'-^- 

bodies that rise like the sun, selected things. 

s-khar 1 n<=>* P^P- 30*4. "o* to 

infuriate, to make angry ; caus. 



s-khi 



n' 



ll-P^IH^po^il 



W ^1' I w 
to ascend, to scale walls ; caus. of r> 



S 



•khi p 



W n A 
move, to thrust away. 



, Rec. 12, 72, to re- 



n 



skhi.skhu|lf?.p©^^,pOij(ly, 



ismn 



^, Rev. 12, 66, gall; |l©(j(j(^ 
^^ I ^ Love Songs 5, 2, gall of geese ; 

-^1' Copt, cicye. 

Skhui n®% ^'^^- "4, 18, a serpent- 

I w Jr ' god. 

s'^^-P!te''^-'^-'^*''«-Pu^ 



, a pair of gods in the Tuat. 



skhinasha 



w 






L_J1 



, to StUTlU- 



late, to stir up, to incite, to exasperate. 

SkhU 1 1 V^<=>^, draftsman ; Copt. C^^.I. 

skhua p0^^^,deaf. 

skhun, skhunn p®-^^^, H '^ 

^=' gf , ' ® ^fe ^, to curse, to revile, to ill- 

wish, wrathful, angry, furious, passionate, irasci- 
bility. 

skhunnu fl e ^^ L-^, Q ^^ O 

i'>P®^i'f^l'P®±o^ 

X 
.^, angry man. 

Skhun n © -^^ ^^=^ , slaughter house. 

I V\A/NAA 1— -J 

S-khus p ^ ^ p \\ , Leyd. Pap. 1 3, 1 2, 
to form, to fashion, to build. 

3 X 



s 



Thes. 1284, Pyi^^^^^^^fl' to provide, to 

strengthen, to fortify, to fill ; [1 y^ ^^^| ' 
IV, 1 161. 

Skhut-t P/^^fl. ^^'' ^'^' P'^fiuing 
S.khebp^J^,todra.backtl.ebc.ts 

s-khebkheb P ® J ® J, M. 175, to 

draw back the bolts of a door, to enter = 
Hv^wsaq J^ J,T. 161, N. 688; varr: P^J 

®. Thes. 1204, n U IJ"^. 

skhebut(?) H® lU SI, '^'^^^- '"^9, 

I -sil 01 prisons (?) 

s-khepi n®, u. 482, 0^7^, N. 976, 

Rec. 31, 161, to make to come, to bring, to 
lead, to set in motion, to make to run, to pro- 
mulgate (of a decree) ; caus. of 



[ 690] 



P 



D a' 



Skhep-t n ® '^ Decrets 25, event, occur- 
I D -A' rence. 

Skhep-t p^-.U..«,p^f.fl 



the " runner " — a 
name of a god. 

ao I 
nO I' 

a kind of grain, a sacrificial drink. 



s-kheper 



., Peasant 289, 



^- m\\'[ 



s 



, A.Z. 1905, 



□ 



loi, 1 ^ " ^^ Jour. As. 1908, 275, to make 

to be or exist, to fashion, to form, to create, to 
produce, to bring up children ; caus. 

Skheper khaut ^ '^ ^^ 



f omb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 5 1) 
Skhef n ® , seven; Copt. C^.ttJq. 

Skhefp^,p^^, to write. 

skhef 1'^-=—, Rec. 36, 135, impurity. 

skhem^Po|^,p^^,u..35, 



^■ts- 



to strengthen oneself, to prevail over, to gain 
the mastery, strong, strength, might, power ; 

Litanie 88 ; Copt. ttJXOJUL. 

Skhem _ru. ^ ^ L=/l .. uncon- 

quered; -"- ^ ^ ® ^■^^^^' ^- 5^"^' 

Skhemu^l^i^.p^®^, power, 
man of power, chief, ruler ; plur. Y V nT ' ' ^^ ' 

? ^ 'Y' %^ 1 , IV, 966, chief of chiefs. 

skhemit P ^ ^ ^. ?• 63, P ^ ® ^, 

M. 84, N. 91, strong woman or goddess. 
Skhemtiu ^ ^C^, mighty ones. 

Skhemit ^®^ini-f' 

Amenemhat 3, 6, a kind of priest. 

skhemabp^^|0 y^^, 

Y r /I » bold-hearted, courageous, violent , 



: plur. <> ^ ^ 



Jr I I I 



O 



Skhem 



Mar. Aby. II, 23, 9, 11, 19, he who doeth 
' mighty deeds, a potentate. Used as a title. 



skhem em re 



? 



,iv, 



13, strong in the mouth, i.e., of bold or insolent 
speech, 



p 



[ 691 ] 



S 



P 



skhem her ^ ^ t\ | ^, bold-faced, 

of threatening aspect. 

Skhem P^©^^> M. 252, N. 34, 

L-=J, ^j^, "?'l^' "Po^^""*" ^he life power 
of a god or man personified, the name of a god ; 
with 1^, P. 13, with LJ and "i^ , P. 112; 

{} I ^ "i ^ f Jl divine power; see Rev. 
I ' m l<^=>\ U' Crit. Nov. 26, 1900. 

Skhem p^®|^,U. 446, p^^l^ 

^> T. 255, Y I, U. 514, Power, Divine Power, 
^^^^^ , r. 327, Power of Powers; 

^i■P^V^^.P^M^^ 

B. D. passim. 

Skhemu P®|;^^^^> u. 643. 645, 

T. 3.7, p<,^©^<^^, N, 838, p^®|^ 
^<^^,P.5S3,6.o,py®^^l,Rec.3r, 

^^•P?-®k\5^i-«''-^--^>P? 

T ' si i ' ?^^ ' ' *^^ ^'^"''^ Powers, the 
deified " powers " of men. 

Skhemui p® ^^^^, P. 73, M. 
.o3.p^®^^^.N..4,pf©^f, 

M.7oo,^y,J^,^|^,y=^\„e 
two divine Powers. 

Skhemui ^^'^ ^''^'■&- ^' ^s.agod who 

II r bv^friended the dead. 

Skhem ^ fl ^^''g- ^' "> ^ serpent-god 
I 5ll' ofhbations. 

Skhemiu<^e|^(l(l^J^|. 

fuat IX, a company of gods who towed the 
boat of Ra. 



SkhemltpyOu.39o.p<^|^>y. 
^e^l, Rec. 3., M, py^o. 

I ^' ? Jo ^' ^"^^ ^' ^ ''0"ess-htfaded 
goddess, the consort of Ptah, sister of Bast, and 
mother of Nefer-Temu. For a Mst of her titles 
see P.S.B. 25, 218. 

Skhemit Y Ji, »« various localities, f.g., 

\0, ^S JP^n.Mar.Aby. i, 44. 45- 

Skhemit |J), | I D, , ^ fire-godde.ss 
Yfl' T I UA* (late forms). 

Skhemit ^®, *^^ goddess of the 4th 
I ^ ' month ; Copt. ;XPli^K. 

Skhem ami Abetch ^ -(|- ^' P- 7. 

M. 10, N. 114, a title of Osiris. 

Skhem arif^l^^.p^e^^ 

^s>- fij^ Rec. 34, 177, "Potentate," the name 
^J^— 5iJ' of a god. 

Skhem aa ^ | , title of Osiris. 
Skhem-a-kheftiu ^l^^^^ 



o III 



, Tuat II, a god in the fuat. 



Skhemit Uast ^ ® 'J o, Tuat II, a 

lioness-goddess. 

Skhemit Uatchit ^^ffflfl^^. 

B.I). 23, a wind-goddess. 

Skhem-ur p ^ ©^ ^, u. 393, 

P?®k?"^'''5"'?^-"-5'^- 
«-P?®k^-^'''''^'*'P?®k 

^_^ ^, U. 516, P®^^. the "Great 
Power " of heaven. 

Skhemit-Bast-Ra ^ ® ^ W "^ J 3 
, B.D. 164, I, a Nubian goddess (?) 

Skhemefp^®!^^^^,^'-;^^ 



51 



2X2 



p 



s 



[692] 



P 



Skhemit em &akhu-s ^ ® ^^ 
' ' ' , Tuat XII, a fire-goddess. 



Skhem em ab-f fl ^ | 

O I ^ B.D. 153A, 2, a god of the net of the 
y^ ^» Akeru-gods. 

Skhemit em kheftiu-s {^ ® ^=1=^.=^ 



I R o ^ ' ' ' Tuat I, a gatekeeper- 
» I ' ^^ — "— ' goddess. 

Skhemit em tesu-sen ^^^^ 

=>tk^'==>-^^^ B.D.I 44, the doorkeeper 
,^_S^i I I 1 I 1' of the 7th Arit. 

Skhemit me^u ^ ^ |^|> T"at ix, 

a singing-goddess. 

Skhem en pet khenti utchat v I | 






^ Denderah IV, 6i, a ram- 
>-s» god. 

Skhem nefer, etc. ^ ^ J^, "^ | J, 

and 148, the name of the Rudder of the northern 
sky. 

Skhem neteru ^ L=vii ' , the door of 

the 5 th hour. 

Skhemit ren-s em hemu-t ^ ^\ 



148, one of the seven divine Cows. 

^ ^^L^*^^, Tuat I, Nesi-Amsu 32, 28 : 

(i) a crocodile-god who praised Ra; (2) a form 
of Aapep. 

Skhem her P ^ ^"^j Tomb of Seti i, 

one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 26). 

skhem shu-t ^ R ^^, "strong 

pinioned" — a title of the Winged Disk. 

Skhemtaui^l^- Y_^, 

Hh. 487, a title of Anubis. 

Skhemit tesu, etc. P ^ ® ^ r^ 

j etc., B.D. 145 and 146, the 4th Pylon 
I * in Sekhet-Aaru. 



skhem H ^ Y c^*^' ^- 409> M. 586, 

N. 1 191, 1 1 ® ^v«o^^, sceptre, wooden symbol 

skhemti p<^®^, P. 6,7, p^® 

^4 ^ , P. 8,, n>"^^X' f 



^ the crowns of the South and North united ; 
\^_^ ' Gr. Y'X'^'"''"' 

Skhemti ^^^\\\^^' i"- ^^^^b, 60, 

the goddesses Nekhebit and Uatchit. 

skhem V' -^-Z- 1906, 123, yi, Westcar 

10, 3, an instrument of music, sistrum (?) ; dual 
^ ^ |i,L.D. Ill, 194, 37; Pl"'--^,!,- 

Skhemi 1 1 ^ ^^^, to play a sistrum. 

skhem v ^v^' ^^^^'^"^ 5^ = M c^^ 
s-khemi. R e ^, R ® ^^ ^ , to be 

unmindful of, to forget, to ignore ; caus. of 



Rev, 13, 27, little; 
I 1 ' Copt. CtJHJUL. 



(£ 



skhem 
skhem 



skhemiu 



' ^ ■ to recite, to 
t Jl' decree. 



X 



I, Rec. 32, 

183; van fj^pa^^^^l' decrees, 
edicts, addresses. 

S-khemm fl ^^^ ^\ Q , to make hot ; 
caus.of ®^^(|. 

skhemekh H ® ^v ■0', P. 401, M. 573, 

^ ^itV "^ 4- ' ^^ amuse oneself, to rejoice, 



[ 693 ] 



S 



to feci pleasure, 



4, I, 



"O- 



I , Love Songs 



, delight, pleasure, recreation, 
holiday, joke, sport, laughing-stock ; caus. (?) 

Skhen-t M^Ay^A«AI 1 ■" , pillur, support ; 

, n ® sj?-7>- ,^ n © Y I 

plUr. I WAAA J ReC. 27, 226, I AAAAAA I, 

^^ TTTT, ^'•'^- ^^f' '94) i^>, legs of a chair 
•■Ajv^-, I I I I or bed. 

skhenut P4^}|||, IV, 6x2, [1^ 

, A.Z. 1900, 30, I I 1 1, 1 'wwv^ I I , 
B.D. 172, 42, the four pillars of the sky. 

skhen, skhenn flgQ, Rec 33, 4, 

to fold in the arms, to em- 
brace, to contain, to hold. 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



skhen ds-t 

17, to embrace one's throne 

skhenu P^O^l'P"^'-'^ 



, B.D. 153P, 



;, incanta- 
tions. 



Skhen ur 



n ® ^^^ 



AAAAAA 



B.I3. 146, the doorkeeper of the loth Pylon. 



Skhen maat 
s-khen,s-khenn 

p «^- ^, n 

I AAAAAA I 



© 



the name of a 
AAAAAA >ca>t; ' sacred boat. 

© 

AAAAAA 



AAAAAA 

w 

/WVAAA 



n ® 

- ^ . . . . I AAAAAA 

hover over, to come to rest, to stand still, to 

alight; n^^^=S^, L-I>- ni, 140B, to halt 
I II I ^ I ' on the way. 

skheniu[t] P^(111^^A, Rec. 

8, 9, place of alighting. 

skhennu H ® "^X, P. 430, M. 615, 

I AAAAAA Cj ^ .U 

those who alight. 

Skhenu P^ ^ "^ 7^ , repose, alight- 
ing; ^:-0^,n ® ^Wy,^ ^"^o"^ent 

'WAAA o O I aaaaaa(2 TP" ^' of leisure. 



Skhen H ® ©. share, portion. 

t '^A^^AA — I' 

skhen 0^5, ^andlet, tiara (?), a special 
I AAAAAA ' kind of cord. 

Skhen-t H ^ 

i~ , _ I AAAAA/ 

lAAA/ 

skhen H 
skhenn 



Si- 



Re 



iv. 13, 119, 



'^'wwv "y ^ Rev. 13, 92, crown; Gr. irxcvr. 
C3, abscess, skin disea.se. 



n V r-t AAAAAA 

^ ?t^' ^° ^^^ away, to decay. 

skhenuiu [l'f-^()(]^^^|. 

dyers (?) 

n \^ I^JJ^ to make to fall, to overthrow, to 
I ^ O ' breach a wall ; caus. 

Skhennu P "^ ^ ^^, things that 

terrify or frighten. 

skhena-t H ® fl©"^^, ^^^'^' ^^"'^^ 

I AAAAAA 1 O I support. 

skhenip ® QS.Rev.-n ® O. 

I AAAAAA 1 J\ I AAAAAA ♦ f 

fortune, hap, event; Copt. aj^.ajm. 

Skheni H ^ flfl^. Rev. 13, 75, event, 

I AAAAAA 1 1 y^l 



fortune 



; plur. I 



I I I 



, Canopus Stele. 



skhenu n ® 0||. n ® 0^^. 

I AAAAAA V5l U I I AAAAAA _Zl >•' j 

events, conditions, circumstances. 

S-khensh Iaaaaaa y^, Rec. 26, 6q, IIa/^ 
<G^, to make to stink; caus. 

s-khenti fl ^ ''^^, p. 176, M. 316 

pii:;;.P(i.iv,,o3.,p(i 



AAAAAA 



^^^ 



Hh- 393. to promote, to put in front, to make 
to advance, to make to sail to the south, or up 

|-p AAAAAA 

Stream ; caus. of jj h i^ . 



W 



skhent-t (?) H ^ 

I AAAAAA ^ I 

of Ani 

skherp^^ = p- 



.^,i- 



Maxims 



2i, to inform. 
2x3 



p 



s 



[ 694 ] S 



Skher H ® J , to plan, to design, plan, 

design, destiny, arrangement, intention, advice, 
opinion, character, affair, condition, dispensa- 
tion, scheme, business, plot, kind, species, 
behaviour, manner, habit, wont, use, custom, 

device, mark, trace ; plur. I ^ i '> M ^ V' 

Stele II, condition, existence; <2>- I i, 

.oai.cMo,ead;P^.|l^^fii, 

P. r I i6b, 67, useful plans; /I\ 1 ^ V^ ' 

'^^=^, under his directions ; 1 v 1 ' 

, celestial existence; I ^ 3 "T" ^ , 

manner of life; n ^ i ^^^^ Ik 8 8 , eternal 

plan; P^^ j^^-®*, manner of 
the innocent. 

Skhri n ® /lyvgj Peasant 191, 235, 
I ^:=» 1 1 1 ^ captain of a boat. 

1^^^(1(1(2 , report, writing, document, 

plan; van Peflfj"^. 

Skher [l^H, p^^<w,B.D. 

30B(Ani), to offend (?) 

8-kher p_2,<;. U.331, P^|,,p^ 

^. P.S.B. .0, 48, p^^. 
^^<?, to overthrow. 

Skher-t p<^^, defeat, overthrow. 

Skheru [1 A ^O^, bowls overfull. 

Skher r^-g^-^, B.D.149. 

150, a god of the 6th Aat. 

Jkher-remup^^^l^^ 

I I I Sll ' ^•^' '49> the god of the Aat Amhet. 
S-kher p^[^, to cut, to pierce. 



7^ ' 



Skher H Ih ,_i],Rec. 33,5, H /I\ ^^-^1, 



[h 



to present offerings (?) 

s-kheri(?) P ^ ^ 

to belittle, to underrate. 

S-kherp P © § | , Sphinx Stele 3, to set 
at the head, to establish ; caus. 

S-khert I <=> ^ , to rejuvenate (?) ; caus. 

skhes p_^7.,p^i7.,p^p.,, 

Leyd. Pap. 8, 13, Mar. Karn. S3, 37, ^ © ^ ^ A, 

LoveSongs 3, 4, p e fl il 7^, p_^ 51 ]^, 
to run, to hasten = 1 ® I . 

SkheSU n n (2 ^ , runners. 

s-khesef ^ ^ [1^, Rec 27, 219, p^ 

Qr, l> ?jk D, to make to go back, to give 

evidence against; caus. of ^^Y_' i n 



skheshen (?) 



var. 



^m 



30 y\ 



, Rec. 26. 65 ; 



s-kheti 



^, T. 171, 



,P. 118, 



10 turn back, to repulse ; caus. of 



^ /V , Love Songs 
Z\. , to repulse, to 



s-khetkhet 

4, 8, p "J" "^ 

drive back ; caus. of _ ^'"'^ . 

S-khet Pf| = P^|,.obenps,de 
down, head downwards; caus. of ^ \f. 
S-khet n ^ W ^, Rev. 14, 2, to fall; caus. 
M^ I , fiends, devils ; feni. 



Skhetiu 



skhetp®^,^*,p®^.N.,8,. 



P 
P 



X 



^ L=^' 



X, 



X 



p 



[695] 



■j^ (J ^L-«/l, to twist, to tie, to peg out a 

snare, to lay a net, to erect a shelter made of 
leaves and branches, to build a booth, to weave ; 

oJI^'^'^J k "^^^^^ Amen. 12, 9, to weave 
^^ X A ■&- \\ ^* words; Copt. CUJ^e: 



Skhet 2^r®-, Israel Stele 20, H 



, to 



, to snare in a net 



snare, to catch birds in a net 

s-khetkhet 

■j^ U(l ^, hunter, fowler, snarer; plur. 

skhet p ®^,p%,U. ,93, p 
^L_V1, net. 

Skhet v*ll- ® 1=::, Edfd I, 77, 



!> 



^A^/v^A 



/WVA/\A 
AA/VAAA 



a name of the Nile-god and of 
the Inundation. 



Skhetiut^^|j(j°^.B.D. ...,., 

the goddesses of the chase. 

' ' ^5' iM '^ "iiir' ^"^ "'''''^^ ^"^^'• 

skhet ^®i=i, IV, 367, division; 

'-'*— /H ^ ^ 1 without division (of an obe- 

/wwv\ L±J ci ' lisk), />., monolithic. 

skhet p ^ ^^ ^» P^^"ts, bushes. 

S-khetkhet 0^®^, enquiry, investi- 
gation ; Copt. ^OT^eT", ^OX^T. 
Skhe^ I "^^i^ , injury, harm. 

c^-^ ^ ' ' X ' ^° ^^ turned upside down ; 

A t^^ n ® ^^ placed head downwards; 



s 



p 



S-khetkhet P^^. P. 694, p 



o 



o & 



U-fl, Rec. 



r^"^^ 



30, 193, to overthrow, to upset; P ^ ® '^ I 

""^ ^ V, ^' "55. a woman wiih pen- 
l ' dent breasts ; caus. 

Skheti P ^ (] (] J^. Rea 32, 85, a person 

who is head downwards; plur. [l ® ^ I , men 



hung from a barge head downwards. 



fiends, the 



skhetiupj^(]()^,, ^_^ 

skhet P^^^» 5-D. 189, 1 

skhetu p ^ ^ 1 * ' » ^ ^"^^ss of ^''''^^• 
Skhet her ash-aru p^ S ^ff;- 

S-khet n ® ^JM, ^^^- ^9» J9, to make 
'' sail. 



Ses n n Q = n n ^.=_ Q , to roast, t© bum. 



Ses-t 1 fl = P P "^"^ fl» the light of 

a fire, a bright fire. 

SeS n n £) = S-Sen H H ^^, to smell, to 
breathe; caus. 

sesi n n ^ = jl 1 '"'^ fi, to smell. 

n O /VA/VAAA 

ses (?) 1 1 AAAAAA , to drink. 

I I ftA/yWA 

ses n n n, P p % ]i^ , horse ; SeS-t 
n M o n, filly, mare; Heb. D^D- 

Qoe (^ n~iTS~^ L-D- II^ 2o8e, a name 
Ses ( ^ |l|l^ J > or title of Ram^ses III. 

ses p p -A, Rec. 29, 144, n n "^ A , 

^ j^. Mar. Kam. 53, 34, to walk, to flee; 

ses-t (?) n n o ^, ankle-joint (?) ; dual 
pp.i5;plur.pp.|?. 

SeS-t I I X, Rec. 15, 152, a garment of 
some kind, bandlet ; Heb. tT^ . 

2x4 



[696] 



sesut 



^ £J IV, 692, inlayings of 
Jr 1 1 1 ' copper (?) 



ses heb en ses 

the 6th day of the month. 



"^J^P 



, festival of 



ses 

(2 



. O. day; pUir. 






O, 



390. 



sesu 

o' 



O seasons, periods of time; Copt. 
COT, CHT, COTCOT. 

e o 
1 1 r 



■> r> rt> /Ti n n 

loOO, L.D. III, 65A, 

■, Rec. 19, 15, time, seasons. 

s-sa P"^"^'^' i'- 409, M- 585, 

N. 1 191, to strip off clothes, to undress; caus. 

S-sa n n "^^ ^ , n 2! "^^^ , to make 
to depart, to drive away, to expel ; caus. 

s-sa MHi^'^, 1, 131, ppi^ 

n 



Decrets 29, Shipwreck 53, I 1 Iq] 
IV, 160, L.D. III, 140C, P P Iq] I 

^' 'o' ^^ Qr' ^^ ^'^^^' ^^ ^^^ ^^^^ food, 

to sate, to satisfy ; caus. ; Copt. TCIO. 

Sesa [1 p I^ "^ ^, Ddcrets 30, suffi- 
ciency, provision, ration. 

sesaa 



O repletion (?) 
/^ ^^^^ ' headache. 



sesim (?) 1 1 1 1 w 



Sesu 

Usertsen III ; Gr. ^enowaiv 



W , horses = Heb. 
IPwl© J Jj, Sesostris, i.e., 



Sesu (- pMYI . OiP4eHajl) . 

Anastasi I, 12, 3, 18, 8, 27, 3, 5 = Rameses II. 

S-SUashppf]^°°^,B.M.448, 
to praise ; caus. (?) 

s-sun n -^ -4=" , N. 446, n -^ - -^« ^_^ , 

,[l[1^0 



^» 



4 



JX^ I I /\AAAAA C£ 



ni,nn^-t^,Rev. 11,66, nn^^^, 



^^ 



L.I). Ill, 140B, to destroy by fire, to scorch, to 
blast ; caus. 



Sesun-t 1 1 1 1 wwvA J a withering, a scorching. 



S-SUn ab n n -^^ ^* '^, to be sick, to 
feel nausea, mental or physical. 

s-sur 



tto give to drink ; 
' caus. 

S-SUtut n n o %%^ ^ , Rec. 4, 136, to 
walk, to walk about ; caus. 



8-RAb nn 1]^^>- to cut, to destroy ; caus. 

® I I J L=vi' Copt. cMe, ce^e. 

S-sebi(?) nn J '^ j^, Pap. 3024, in, 

to make to smile or laugh ; caus. ; Copt. CU)&€, 
CCJoElI. 

s-sebeq Fl fl Jzi, 00 jl f , to choose, 

to elect, to indicate by a sign ; caus. 

s-sept PPy.iv, 653. pp^y. 
IV, 707, PP^f. P^l\' ^^'- ^'"^ 36. 

28, to prepare, to sharpen weapons ; caus. 
Sesef p " ,0^^, Suppl. 1118. 

Sesfl p'^'^^ni, Thes. 1201, A.Z. 1905, 

17, 11 ^ — 1 11 , Israel Stele 7, to smelt, to melt, 

to cook, fire, hot ashes, tinder ; •<2>- ^ / 

, to make a blaze of something. 



sesem 



^\ l^, a pair of horses ; varr. 
r^, P P^^^^J Heb. DIPID (?) 

— -*PPK'P'PK^'PP^ 

^]^, horse, mare (?); plur. Pp^j^ 

PPK,Y,-^-s»^-'«'PP-^,^^ 

Heb. D'^DID. 

sesmi P P ^ 

S-Sen P ^^, M. 81 ; var. Q P ~^*~, 

I /wv^^A 1 I /www 

s-senpp ^.u.565.pp|^,T.3., 

pP|Fi'»^-346, PPIF.R--9, 



, a kind of disease. 

N. 88 



[ 697 ] 



P 



.56, (1 ii 0, 



a 



4^. 



w 



£1, 



e n"~*~ 

_ n* , M <0, to smell, to breathe: caus. 

£J KJ I AA/VWi 

sesen-t II breathing, breath, smell. 

S-Seni 1 '>^ = 1 'w^AA/^ , to make open. 
Sesen-t 1 '^^^'^ o, P. 169, an opening. 

sesenu |I|Iq ^,Rec. 17,94, |l|l ^ ^; 

see khemenu. 

sesenu P[10^^,PP|^||1, 

the eight primeval gods ; see Khemenu. 

s-senb |l|l j , iv, 914, |1 11 j |, 

I I ^^37, A.Z. 1900, 128, to make sound or 
healthy, to heal ; caus. of 1 wwva j J . 

s-sentch |1 [1°^ ^5^, p p "^ ""I", Won. 

1307, to terrify, to make afraid; caus. of I "^ 3 . 

sesentchem p P '^ | ^^■=^' '■ '39- 
PPf^|||,Leyd.Pa,3,4,pp|^. 

iv.ns..pp||,pp|^^,pp|^| 

-^, pP ^l^^'^' Ikhernefert 15, PP"| 

I^^.HarrisI,,,^, 7,pp||^;^,a 
sweet-smelling, costly kind of wood. 

Seser p'p.^:>f|, Rcc 31, 169; for 

S-sert p P^*^. IV, 749, to plant, to 
cultivate; caus. of 1 ^. 

S-Sehu P p.=_"^, destroy, destruction (.?); 

s-sekh (s-usekh) p p ^, u. 425,'!'. 244, 

333, P. 456, to enlarge, to make broad ; caus. 

S-Skhem f\f\^ ^, to make strong or 
powerful; caus. of p ^ {^ ^\ |. 

s-sqebh(?) P P^ J[|, Rec. 4, 136, to 

refresh, to make cool ; caus. 



seska PpU^. B-I^- 70, 3, A.Z. 49. 

56, a part of the body (?) 

seska ppU^ 
sesh p™,forp 

Sesh P'~^^L— 5, pr-n-iV, to unlK)lt,to 



° a kind of grain or 
III' seed. 

<, arrow. 



open ; see sen 1 

sesh-kha-t 



osz] n C3SZI o 

I ICK-e> ' I M-D 000' 

"opener of the body" — a kind of medicine, 
aperient (?) 

sesh 



L^ 



, to pour out, to flow. 



Seshti jl*"^^ ^ II , the two breasts. 



sesh 



loo(), 



to be white. 



sesh 1 1 Y , byssus. 



seshu 



W X 



I , IV, 666, ring money, rings. 

sesh-t p ™, p ™ i , a kind of grain (?) 
used in making offerings; 1 J, U. 155, 

white sesh-t; I T, U. 156, green sesh-t. 



sesh-t 



r~\n 



C3SZI 



U-fl, 



ICZSEJ 



, and 



^, Gol. 
Gol. Pap. 



^ o' 

drought, dryness. 

Sesh-t p™^; seep 
P.S.B. 17, 253. 

sesha pT^TiT'^, abird. 
s.shapHiI^^,p 

Ham. 14, 143, \\J£^ 

9. 30. P l^ S ^^, K oiler Pap. 4, 5, to ordain, 

to decree, to authorize, 10 instruct, to comniis- 
sion;PH^^^|., B.D. 64(Rubnc, 

Sesha-t nTjIj'^^, ^^' =^7j, order 
I ^=^^^^ i>^P\ decree (?) 

sesha (?) pc3o^ci=D,T. 339,^627, 

Verbum 387, guide (?) leader (?) 

s-sha pc^"^^, M. 692, p— 
y/.N. 553 



p 



DO 



T..68. f.M.4.6, t^. t-|.lo' 



Sesha-t (Seshait) p 

68. f, M. 426, f^, 

Jl, Rec. 30, 194, 31, 28, A.Z. 1906, 124, 

IV,^io74, B.i:). 57, 6, 152, 31. 169, 18, the 
goddess of learning, wisdom, architecture, 

Seshua ^00^^!], able, wise, a 
wise man, skilful, cunning. 

seshaut Hoa'^^.N. 984 

_, , , . nr^nri Tuat X, the name of a 
SeshsM 1 1 ,-3^ I] ' • god in the Tuat. 

, _ . 0'=^^ A.Z. 1908, 19, a kind of 

sesha-t |l^^, y ' v ^^^^^^ 

s-shi Roaljl], T. 264; var. pi=s=D^. 

Seshu ^, Stele of Palermo, ^^, U. 539, 

(4ktk ti. T. 29s, a god of learning, writing, 
T^^* and literature. 

s-shu Roo^, U. 415. P- 274, PP 

DS=]%, M. 489, RoaP^, P. 334, 335, to 
lift up into heaven (?) ; caus. of oa p ^. 

^^ , n R ^^ , to dry up, to make empty : caus. 
S-shU P R '^j Rev., to repulse. 
Seshuit PP o ^, Jour. As. 1908, 273, 

blow, calamity, disaster, misfortune, weakness, 
emptiness ; Copt. CA.CtJ. 

s-shuap^of]-^"^^, pm 

r) "^ ^ ^ "^^ to despoil, to impoverish ; 
( mc^Sl I ' •' caus. 

S-Shui pp(](]^,Rev. = PJ^,tobe 

strong. 

seshumi P |P ^ f)!) |' J^"'"- ^'- '9o8, 

304, to be weak ; Copt. CCOCyAX. 



[ 698 ] S p 

s-shebsheb p czsa J cissz} J {^ 



to 



vomit. 

seshp p^, Rec. 16, 133, to receive. 

seshp-t p^ o, U. 488, P. i72,N. 939. 
a female who has conceived. 

Seshpui P™^l](). P- 391, M, 558, 

N. 1 165, the two pillars of Ra. 

seshp (Shesp) p™^, Hh. 381, Rec. 
3I,X9,P™ P«o'^«^hine. 

seshp-t (shesp-t) p™|^' N. 1365. 

light, rays. 

seshp-t (shesp-t) (l^lf JR.'P- 373, 



D 
M.i25,N.694, P^^°5,P^° ^^5 



D 



a white garment or fillet or bandlet, white 
apparel ; Copt. ttJOJn. 

seshpu p^^D^x^, P^D^I' 

P^°^.d"ed grapes (?) 

seshpen (?) 

seshepsut P P^ irJ^ | ' "°^^^ ^^°''^^- 



oa '^^^ ulcer, boil, 
□ O ' blain (?) 



seshem p — § 



.>kJ 



— s 



p-^^kfi'+Mi'^: 



1 1 1 



1^k, 



o 



, form, similitude, likeness, copy 



manner, behaviour, procedure, service, state, 
condition, action, conduct, design. 

seshem reth ^ ^ ^ |' "2^ 

<=>^ §\ I A.Z. 1908, 16, the name of an 
g__j ^ ^ i ' amulet. 

Seshem ^^ ^' ^^ ^' ^ 

^ <li, picture or statue of a god; plur. ^^^ 



(B. 



p 



s 



[ 699] 



S 



P 



386, Rec. 3, 2, serpent image. 

T^ ^ O ' moon. 

Seshmit ^^, ^^, goddess of 

the 2nd hour of the day. 

Zud. Dend., Thes. 31, one of the 36 Dekans. 

Seshem Af (?) ^'^^ ^ , the rejected body 
of the Night Sun-god Af. 

s-shem p-^^,u. 482, ^^, 

•^^l- ^^^^.'og"ide, to 
lead, to direct, to administer, to govern ; caus. 

s-shem ab O^^lx ^ '^, ^^ ^'r^^^ 

-" .ms J\ I the mmd. 

seshem p^^^l iv, 1x13, p^ 

f' ^^^ ^< 1 ' ' ■'administration. 

seshem-tp^|^,p^^,M.355. 

Jhes. 1289, guide, guidance, direction; M^^ 



ducting of the festal service in the temple. 
"5^ ^^ 4^ -^ ' guide, leader, director; plur. 

J^er. 19, ^9; ^^(j()^ ra , leader of 
peace, i.e., peacemaker; [fe ^v J) i, ^'vine 

seshmup^^,p.ioo,p^^^, 

P. 309, f'^^^^^. I'easam 54, ^^ 

^-•P-k^--P-k^ 



7\ ^, Peasant 191, p^ c ^^, U. 504. 

''• ■^^'' "fs)^^' uraeus guide; ^^J^^^ 
, N. 951. 



seshem heb "fts |;^ ^3:? ^, vz. 

1 906, 131, director of ceremonies of the festival. 

seshmu kh-t p ^ |s^ j] I 0||, 

director of the universe. 

seshmutaui 1 ^^ > — ^"^^' — ^> 

director of the royal palace. 

seshem ^|^, p^^, ^^ 

% ? n '^=K>k 1\ -O ^ sacred boat, a 
^^ <' I -^m U ' portable shrine. 

seshmit ^^1](]-|.^|^ 

o ^ , divine guide, title of a goddess. 

Seshem Affi ^(j'^^ljll^G^^, Tuat 

VIII, a fish-god. '^'^ ^^-^11 

Seshem aranbfi ^(1^3 J'^'^"^, 

Tuat VIII, a dog-god. 

Seshem Ast ^1 r|, TuatVIII.aform 
■ w , I JJ of Isis. 



Seshem Asar ^ITCT, Tuat viii, 

the form of Osiris in the Circle As-neteru. 

Seshem ankh ^ ■?• , Tuat ill, 

" Living Form " — a god. 

Seshem ba neteru ^2?^ a^^ IIT 

Tuat VIII, a ram-god in the Circle Aakebi. 

Seshem Nut "^1 ^^ , Tuat viii, 

the form of Nut in the Circle Tuat. 

Seshem Neb-t-he-t "^TT, Tuat x, 

a form' of darkness at the 2rid door of the dark 
road to Sais. 

Seshem nes-f "^ / — 'T^ , Tur 

VII, a star-god. 

Seshem neter P^S^^^^^IJ), Ca 

Pap. IV, 2, a god. 



uat 



iro 



p 



[700] 



Sesbem remu neteru "^j^ I ^^ | j , 

Tuat VIII, a ram-god in the Circle Aakebi. 



Seshem Heru '^ 

who destroyed the dead. 



, Tuat X, a god 
, Tuat VIII, 



I I 



Tuat 



Seshem Heru ^^ I 

form of Horus in the Circle As-neteru. 

Seshmu Heh P lo=^ ^ ^ ^ 

B.D. 17, 47, a title of Uatch-ura. 

Seshem Khatri ^ *^ hL 

VIII, an ichneumon-god. 

Seshem Khepera ^ I ^ (1 , Tuat 

VIII, tlie form of Khepera in the Circle Sesheta. 

Seshem shet (?) '^'^^^, Tuat x, 

a serpent form of Horus. 

Seshem Shu '=^::^ R , Tuat XII, the form 
of the Sun-god at sunrise. 

Seshem Shu "^ I oszi R %^, Tuat 

VIII, the form of Shu in the Circle Sesheta. 

Seshem ka Amenti "^ U ^' T^^*^ 

VIII, a bull-god in the Circle Aakebi. 

Seshem Geb ^ I "^ J, Tuatviii, 

the form of Geb in the Circle Tuat. 

Seshmu taui H "^ ^ '^ y^ ^^^ 

^ Jj , B.D. 148, 8, a solar-god. 

Seshem Tathenn ^ I ^^ J) , Tuat 

X-TTT rr. r "^ I I ftAAAAA i_J 

V HI ; see Tathenn. 

Seshem Tefnut "^ I ^ , Tuat viii, 

. ^ . 1 o 
the form of Tefnut in the Circle Tuat. 

seshemu ^^ ^ ^, iv, 373, the 

Syrian hills where cedars were felled. 

s-shemm pm^^ fj , to warm, 
hea.;caus.ofm^^(|. 



inn 



s-shen H 

alight, to protect (?) ; caus. of 



, B.D. 64, 50, to 






seshen 1 w^, a mistake for 



P 



X 



to open, to make a way through. 

s-shen, s-shenn "^^^^ /'^> i'- 306, 

n™0^' n^^^^H^, to overthrow, to 

I ^A^AAA JLt VJ I >wwv\ »y rT\— I Ar 

breach or pull down a wall ; caus. of ^/^AAAA '%S^ = 

/VAAAAA "Y 

P. 420, M. 601, 



/VvAAA/\ 
(\AAAAA 



seshen 
seshen 
seshen 
seshen 






oac^9=o 



storm, hurricane, 
a field of lilies. 

, lily knosps. 



/wwv\ 000 

CSZ] Yy O lily water, extract 

AA/\AAA 



I I 



seshen-t R ^^ f 

garden-house, booth. 

seshen -tchet(?) 

kind of reed basket. 



of lotus. 
, Rec. 36, 210, 



IZSZI 



■^f- 



seshshen 



OLD 

ftAAAAA 



Z.D.M.G. 46, 



117, Love Songs 2, 8, lily, iris, lotus; see 



-Tvn ^^, and compare Heb. ]U)^l!? ; Gr. ffovffof 

ft/VV\A 

ICISZl 



sesher 



sesheru Tl 



(2 



to plan, to ar- 
range. 

^ o.ni 



¥r 



I , plans, etc. 

I 

sesher (l^^^, U. 553, to draw out, to 

' 

clean out, to sweep out, to milk ; Copt. CA.^p, 

sesher ^^-^^ 



to 



^, I, 149, dung, excrement 

sesher Roo A <^=>, u. 276, fl A 
N.7,9, p^|,Rec.3.,.7i, p^l 



make to shine, to emit light, to bleach (?) 
r-vn 1:^ 



', U. 68, p(J 



sesher-t fl 

I I 

N. 328, n^^^^g'Tp, Rec. 31, 172, bleached 
linen; plur^^ ^ ^ ^"^f , U. 394, 
fl™^I^B.D.x74, 13, pSiU 



p 



s 



[701] 



P 



S-Shes Mf-^, lo open, to unbolt; see 
n AA/wvA ii i iiiiii 

S-Shesp 1 rrr-i ^'^^ , Rec. 30, 1 96, to 
make to receive ; caus. 

s-sheser fl 5 ^, see $ ^. 
sesheser [1 ^ /j'^, R ^ ...a, 



corn, gram. 



SShek n^^ T |, Rec 27, 224 (var. 
3^), to cover over, to protect (?) 



s-sheker P™§ = pg§. ^a"^- of 



s-shetap^^, p- 



D 






, to hide, to make secret, to make a 

mystery of something, to make confidential ; 
caus. ; Copt. OjOJCyX. 



sesheta 



seshet 



1 ^ a J 

AAAAAA I ^-,. 

1 ^^, A.Z. 1906, 130, to mount, 



, mystery, secret; 

secret of the royal 
harim. 



to ascend, to roll up, to revolve. 

seshet 1**^ 3 , Mar. Kara 35, 63, to 

make a horse prance about, to perform feats of 
horsemanship, to circuit like a star. 

seshet H'^^S, '^^ """^'^ ""!■ ?'-T' 

• I <--=-^ ftv light-circle. 

seshet fl":^J=7,iv, 6,5, p^"^* 



A.Z. 1905, 23, a planet (?) comet, or 

shooting star. 

seshet n^=^ci:>^, ^o decorate, to put 
• I c^rxi on a garland. 

seshet fl 

162, 685, N. 1040, 



__, U. 155, 



, P. 



"^ , to tie, to bind, to tie round, to gird on. 

seshet n'~^^<=>^, p. 346, 413, i'- 43» 



PST-PT^s, p 



(3 I 

^^, bandage, bandlet, string, cord of a book, 
girdle, belt, turban, diadem, tiara; I ***^ Q^, 

a bandlet crown ; 1 '*^ fi '^ , a crown with 

plumes: 1'**^ <r:r> ® i ^^^~^, IV, io;>, 

I c:=> III I I I I I ^^' 

garlands on their heads. 

seshet O*^ Or, ^"^''^" ^i^*'^ ^' 

I <-"-^ -v..^' crown, diadem. 

seshet rDH^^c^s^, Palermo Stele, 



festival of the bandlet or crown. 

seshet fl "^^ ^''*^, ^^v- ^' "' ''^^ ^^o^u- 

• I cr^> I ment, inventory. 

seshet R**^ /\, whip. 

seshet-t R "^ ^ , Rec 2 1, 82, R '^^ 
[Z~zi, Thes. 1202, Mar. Karn. 54, 48, I '^^A 

^, Koller Pap. 5, i, ^ ^ ^ ^, ^ \^, 
verandah, window, opening in a wall, balcony (?) 
porch (?); Copt. cyOTCyT. 

seshet R'=^lfp, ^^•2- ^^7o, 171, niche 

• I <-'=^ U 1" a wall. 

s-sheper R"4^Sd?^ 

I D^ I I I 21 



I, Rev. 14, 



D = 



seq R^-ss^, P f^. P^^' ^^' 

27, 227, to gather together, to collect. 

se<l P^> P- 95. P^\> ^- 285, 

331, 608, I zl Y ' P- ^45» ^o smite, to strike; 
see P^.=-r. 

Qon R >. /^ ^*-^- "' ^7o> to destroy; 

seq |i^^, Copt. cojK. 

seq her 1 ^ ^ ^ , Rev. = Copt. ceK ^o. 

seq M -^ ^ > sacking, haircloth ; Heb. pfc" ; 
Gr. auKKoy^ ; Copt. COK, CtOK. 

seq R *^^^^*^, Sphinx Stele 12; see s-Srq. 

s^aip^^|,p^|,p^^i;|, 
P-¥II P-MII P-I 



fl 



[ 702 ] 



Rhind Pap. note 112, ^ ^ "^ f) %> T ^-^• 
Ani V. .o exalt, p^^fjf^, A.Z. 



1905, 28, to prolong life; caus. 

S-qai-nu-baiu, etc. P ^ O ^^' 



I D 



I ^ the name of the 3rd hour of 

II O* the day. 

saarp.^_^2,'<'-^^opt; 



, to plaster, to smear. 



S-aa n ^ i^ ^° vomit, to pour out ; 
I Q f ' caus. 

sqaankhiu ^^fJijL iv, 1147, 



sqan (?) p a "^^ '^^ , ^° ''^ '^^^ '''^^^^' 

V / I ^ :nr-y destroyed. 

squ p^^f|, [l^xf|,fuel(?) fire(?) 

sqeb [1^J|>, P^J^^|>, Mar. 
Karn. 54, 57, captive, prisoner of war. 

sqeb ri/iJ.®-,'° -<=<^' 'o '°°'< a'. '!"= 
S.qebp^^, p^J$,'ocoo,,tore. 

s^ebbp.J^..>,p.JJ|,p.JJ 

jY AA/wvv J to cool, to refresh ; caus. 

sqebbup^JJ^^|g,bath.house, 

Sqeb p /I J |, B.D. 142, V, I (-¥^ p ^ 

-s3 J! _2t^ id I I /VSAA/NA VS/\/WA L. -I / 

sqebp.j_.pj^ = pj- 

a god. 

Seqbit p^J|^|.^-^^-'42,V,25,a 



goddess. 



© 



S-qeb pzi J "^gf, Metternich Stele 7, 
to cry out, to wail ; caus. 



s-qebhp^J^I, P.394, Pll^, 

M. 561, to cool, to refresh; caus. 

Sqef P "^ Jl ^" ^esive, what is left ; Copt. 

sqem P^%*, var. ~T ^^, to des- 
troy, to annihilate. 

s-qema p ^4, ^^^- 36, 133. to consoli- 

I — ' date ; caus. 

s-qenP ^ ^, p ^ ^, p ^ / , 

to make bold, to encourage ; caus. 

^ „ n zi 



s-qen, s-qenn I ! ^ , P vv^ -0= , Rev 

II, 93, to anoint oneself, to put on fat. 

sqer [1 ^ 2±l, to sail; Copt, ctrkp. 

Sqer |1^^=^, Palermo Stele, P hi , 
fl C^, P. 77, U. 403, p.==:^, P. 68, P ^ (j 

^•p^^^-p<i^d-pZ^ 

ibid.3r,,72,p^^,p^\^,^^, 

P^^'P.^^^'P^l'P^I') 
r-> ' ^ — ^ ^, to beat, to strike, to fight, 

n ^ uiiiiiii 

to capture prisoners; I r n' ^o break open 

a door ; Copt. C\K€. 

sqer-t p<^L-=fl, fight. 



sqerap^|),p^.^|),p^|^, 

U fl#, prisoner, captive. 
sqem p ^ ^^> prisoner, captive, 
fettered; plur.p^^j, p 'O \ | I , 

p^^iii:^- 

Sqera ankh -^ P^^' Palermo Stele, 

P.^fli>f7.— .p^--^^ 

fl>,IV,6r.p^.Ji^.p^|>^, 
a combatant captured alive; plur. f 1 ^^_^ T ID* '' 

P^.^fM>- 



[ 703 ] 



S 



P 



sqernu 



A G X 



, fighter, conqueror. 



Ombos II, 130, a 
goddess. 



Sqerit p^^^ 

Sqer tchatchau 11 "^ , — 7'^'. Tuat 
1 <=> I I ' 

All, the name of a star-god in the Tuat. 
to hew, to cut. 



seqes (?) M 3 ^ *=^ , Anastasi I, lo, 9, 
some hard substance. 



P.S.B. 16, 238, disposition, inclination, relation- 
ship, a mathematical term ; caus. 



S 



•qet \\\ 







, Hh. 472; caus. of 







U.478,p^c^j()^J^,P.382,fl^c=(j(l 



n rl *=^^ n r| "^^^ to sail, to travel about in a 
I 1 O y\ ' I 1 7\ ' boat ; caus. 

S.qettfl^^^^,N.954,p^^ 

0;|.^J^,N.i38,[1^^7.,p,^^0, 



J\ 



O 



'H 



O 



(sic), 



Gol. Hamm. 14, 134, II Q U^, to sail, 

to travel about in a boat. 

sqetut P ^ "^ ^ ^' Pap. 3024, 71, 



Sqeti-her fl \1 "^ ^, *'^^" '''^'^^' e'"/*?*^ 
M I 2nd Ant. 

sek n ^^^^ » (j n ^^i::*. 

sek 1 J ^:35», to cover, to dress. 

sek re p^^p^^y*, u. 253, P^=^|, 

T. 273, p ^z:* \^, p. 26, p ^^3^ ^ , M 36, 
I ^zz^ ? , to purify the mouth. 

Sek re H ^ 7^ *'^, '*'"^^'! » serpent- 
I A L-fl I god m the Tuat. 

Sekre p | ^ L-Z) ^^^^ "] ^ , the god 

of the 6th hour of the night. 



Sek her 



B.D. r36B, 3, a god 



Q I ty ' of the lake of Fire. 
pl^r*;, P^^, PI--. .op„„, 



to draw, to draw away, to carry off, to make an 
end of, to destroy. 

seki p^^:=^(j(j ^^, Peasant 205, p 

P \ ^, P ^, P- 64, N. 498, to perish, to 
come to an end, to make cease, to diminish, to 
be destroyed ; I ^^z:^ (1 , N. 938. 

sek 1 1 R ^ , ^^ ^mn . the end, death, 



the finish of a matter. 

seki-t 



a journey by boat, a sailing, a boat procession, 
a course on the river. 



\w^ 

O Ci 



, pain, anguish, despair; 
failure of courage, 
i, to bring to an end (years 



sekk 

seksek p|^z^p|%^, p^ 



SqetU P i c^><^^^, Shipwreck 27, 
^l\^. St' ^a'^*^*"' P'^iddler ; plur. I fl „ 

Sqeti P^(j[]|,, Hh. 37i,agod. 



, Peasant 317, 
Mar. Karn. 53, 27, 1| 



® II 



, IV, 685, 



. IV, 716, 



<■•) gp j , Pap. 3024, 62, 



pipi^, p|_p|_^.pj 

to crush, to destroy, to subdue, 
to cut down, to overthrow. 



seksek-t pJ^Plg. tirr 



s 



[ 704 ] 



seka 



L-.4' 



U=^, 



e 






V^ ^ .i], fighter, warrior, athlete; plur. 

' P 1 ^"^^ ^ ^ ^ i ' ^^^^^^^ 3°^' 
P!Ti^^ii-Pl-^h^- 

IV, 653, 659, PI 



I I I 



, Thes. 1203, 



warriors, athletes, fighters, guards, soldiers, armed 
ser\'ants^ strong men, rebels, murderers. 



seki-t n I 



, struggle, 



U3 



, Rec. 17, 116, 



fight, battle, slaughter. 

seki-t Pi ^^* 

slaughter-house (?) 

Sek p^, the name of a god ((j "^^ 
^z^P^,P. 219). 

seku n^-^3^^^^, Pl'^^'^ ^^^ 



I I I I A i<iici< 

sek aha^cifiz^ 



O 
I' 



, A.Z. 



o 

divider " — a 
tie of Thoth. 



,872.41, P^=^P^, "^^^'"^^ 
grain, to pound grain into flour. 

sekit 



W 111 



° III I A '2>'i"^ 



O III 



, meal, flour. 



sek ris^,n;:^^, to plough; 

I ^vi:^ ->^' I i.^ I ii' Copt. CK^.1. 

sek PI 



to transport by boat, to 
ferry over. 



sekut p I ^ ^ ^ , IV, 707, ships 



of a certain kind. 



sek I AA/WVA, T. 275, I' 

I /VWSAA I 

P. 28, M. 39, lake, sea (?) 



I AAAAAA 
A/WWA 



ska 



T. 342, P. 221, then, at 
that time. 



Ska p IJ '^^, p. 621, Rec. 31, 173, 

PU^, N. rx9, 824, P U^^, PU 

^S'Pu^^Pu^^^, 

, to plough; Copt. CK^.1, C^d.1. 



Skaiu p [_J "^ ^ I , ploughmen. 

Bk^autpU^^'^^, PU 

Ni 111' ^^' "^99. ploughed land, tillage. 

sJ'aupU^^^i.p^^ 

oxen for ploughing. 

ska [• [_] £^ , Nastasen Stele 31, throne. 



!, 



an animal for the 
plough (?) 



, Amen. 4, 14, 



^ — I 



s-kami p 

^ |, Mar. Karn. 52, 19, P ^^=11 ^ , p "^ | 
Decrets 108, 1 j^ 1 , to make to endure 



for a long time, to bring life to a close, to finish, 
to complete ; caus. 

skami p^l^^, P^^)a; 

to be grey-haired, white-haired, greyness ; 

^^^ Ul ,.. -> oil for grey hair; 



c^ 
^ 



Copt. CKIJUL, C^IJUL 

Rec. 27, 219, the grey-haired god. 

S-kamm p .^^^^, to blacken, 
to defile ; caus. 



s-kamkam 



X 



, to destroy, 



to overthrow, to annihilate. 

Skar I LJ , Herusatef Stele 44, a kind 

of sacrificial vessel; HU^^f^ ° the same 
I I I T ill m silver. 

ska I ■'^^^ (I , an -object like a short javelin, 

I (Lacau). 



p 



s 



[ 705 ] 



S 



P 



sk&-t, ski-t n '^z^ (] ^, M. 125, N. 695, 
fl^=^()()-.T. 374 

Sku n^=^%, ^- 427, T. 245, then at 
jf' that time. 



12, 41, a cry(?) 

Skem n^=^l\ ^ J), Rec. 30, 199; 



sken 1 , to cleave, to split. 

I /WVS/VftA 

sken I ^, Peasant 178, I -wsAAA H2i, 

a beast of a man, glutton, drunkard. 

sken 1 ^X^'C P ^ 0, unguent, oil; 

Copt. co(nt. 

n 



n 



sker 
sker n 



J^ 



sekhem 

metal weapon. 



\\ , to cut, to smite. 

7\, Rev. II, 131, 12, 52, 
, Rev. 1 1, 134, to sail. 

(2 



-Sas 



ra 



£/, Roller i, 5, a 



Sekkes |1 ^ ^ ^, Rec 31, 31, a god. 



Seksen 



, p. 650, 



p ^ , p. 726, p Kz:^ p ^A^^A. ^ , M. 751, a 
god, a messenger of Ra. 

Sektit 



^casg, 



, Rec. 30, 187, 






\ -7|, Rev. 13, 2, the boat of the setting sun. 

The old form is P ^ ^^ Q^l^ ; see U. 
470, T. 221, 222, etc. 

Sektit n|^^^^^ .<n^ , the sacred boat 
of the Nome Prosopites. 

seg pS) ^,deaf;andsee Is'^^- 
seg 1 ^^^^ , opposition. 

seg-t P S ^, ^^^ f°^^ ^^ ^" ^^' ^°P5: 



Sga P^'^'^U-fl, to attack (?) 

sga pS^^.A.z. 1905.31, pS^ 

^ flri Rev., to be struck dumb with astonish- 
ment, dumb 5 P S "^ | ^^ ^ j » ^"^T' !' 

sgai p S "^ [()()] ^^^, Rev. 14. >2, 
quack of a goose. 

-«-»'po^J^i-ps'k>i' 

to utter cries, to call out. 

s-gab P S "^ J ^ ^. Rec. 10, 6, to 
make to bow, to force. 

S-gap pS"^^^, Rec. 21, 86, to 
cry out, cry, lamentation ; see 1 "^^^ ^^ ; 
Copt. ttJK^.n. 

«^-P^kI,O.P«^I,0 

o-D , Anastasi V, 19, 7, fort, fortress, castle, 
tower. 

Sga(?) p .«?J], to carry (?) 
Sgi p S M^ — Q, to remove. 

s-geb(?) psj, PsJ^^j.Rec. 

14, 97, P ffi J ^. Metternich Stele 44, 47, 

Heruemlieb 21, psj^^' Kubban Stele 
25, to utter a cry; Copt, ttj^^^l, C^<^^.n. 
Sgeb P S J &), captive, prisoner. 

Sgeo |'^J^» the torture chamber. 

Sgeb-am, etc. p s J ^^ -f ^= Q 



frr e w w j^ \ 

door-keeper of the 14th Pylon. 

S-gebgeb p S J S J ^. to constrain, 
to compel submission. 

-««pP^^-PS^-'^'-'^-^°- 

wailing, lamentation. 

x«v n-rT''''''^n perfume(?);Copt 

8eginu(?)[ls — °.'" co(rH(?) 

3 Y 



p 



[ 706 ] 



S-gemll p ^ ^ I ^- ' ^°see'f Ins. j 

s-genn \\^0, Rev. 6, 26, [1 ^^^ [JJ , 

to anoint, perfumed oil, A.Z. 1884, 88, to pre- 
pare anointing oil ; caus. ; Copt. COCTn. 

II, 132, perfume, anointing oil; Copt. CO(5'n. 

n .r^ "^^ n TT i^^^ " Koller 

, , n ^ O ,n S O =^, oil, ointment, 

I AAAAAA III I. AAAAA/\ I 

balsam from Sinai; Copt. C0(5'rt. 

make weak or helpless ; caus. 

sgenniu [l;;^!!!]^^' '^^ ^""''' 
helpless ones. 

Sger n S L-J, to beat (a drum); see 

Sger n S "^^ y C^^ . fort, fortress, a 
strong enclosed place. 

s-ger n S ! , n S ^, Rec. 26, 65, 

V ^, to make silent, to still, to hush, to 
silence ; caus. of S ^ ; J] ^^ V <^ 1 ^ ' 



the tomb; ^,, PJ>1 



1 , the dead. 



1 , the silent ones. 



a, silence, stillness. 

o the city of silence, 
@ ' i.e., the grave. 



sgeru p ^ % 
sger-t n S o| 
Sger-t [^^1 
Sger n S 
sgeri- jl S 
s-gerh n S 



, Berg. 33, i\^., 

,Rec. 3, 35, drachm. 



Rec. 13,48. p^|l^, P^t'^^i' 



Rev., to be at peace, to quiet^to pacify, to 
subdue; caus.; Copt. cCTp^-^jT. 

Sgerhit p^^ljl]^. P-S-B. 25, 

221, " Tranquilliser "—a title of Skhemit. 

sgergu PJ^Xr^. P^£ 

■%^ ^■''^, parts of a ship. 

Seges (l"^, M. 826. P^^. N. 

1318, a town and a town-god. 

Segt p^-^l' R^^- ^'^' 40= \\\ 

set n ^, absolute pron. 3rd com. 

++ n '^^ U. 197, P. looj absolute pron. 
sett I , ^rd fern. she. 

set n ^, later form of I ^. 

set 



, they, them. 

r^ 111 

set rirl^, M. 459> throne, seat; plur. 
njjjjjo,M. 174, P. 607. 

n X ""*" ^ X 

set 1 , to break = ^^^ r^^^- 

,0'^ ri'^r /I to break, to cut, 
set |1 N^, |1 ^ \-=il» to bite. 

set n ^, tail ; [1 " L==fl ^= "^7^, tail in 
the mouth, i.e., encircled. 

set n ^, P X '^' *^'^ °^ ^"^ animal; 
\oj n n. c^ an' animal that carries 



its tail high 
set p^^,babe;var. p*^^ 



set 



' , a stone ; varr. 



Set(Setesh) >^,u. 5,72,351, 

n^x^ n^;^ "Tn^ 

N 111 Hh. ■^ "? ^ ^K^ , ' ^^ ' ^^ ^)1 ' 

■^>. 333, "■"• >5.i>i I I j^' I Qjjjj) ^^ o J&^ 

_L ^, Rec. 27, 228, Pc:=i, M. 63, P. 174, 
>W J. B.M. 46631 ; (H p ;„ - |. the 



p 



s 



[ 707 ] 



S 



children of Set, i.e., fiends and devils, M ^ 
^^^^.^^^,N. 951, the Set- 
gods, heavenly and earthly; >$L-J iv. IV, 808. 

setd-t Pj^(]o,T.i92,P.677, n ^ o, 
N. 1289, appertaining to Set. 

Set na shenu 'Vj X ^ ""-fi-^, 

Rec. 16, 119, Set of the acacias. 

Set I -jlj^, the star of Set, i.e.. Mercury. 

Set (Setekh?) [1 g"^, Edfa I, 91, god 



of 



TffPP fN/vn 



Set- n ^ N^^ 4), the god of 

the 5th day of the month. 

set 1 Q -M^, to sow seed ; Copt. Cl'f". 
set nil "^^^j N. 796. 

I I) 00 o o 



set II , B.D. 179, 2 



set-t(?) n v?T ^, ^""^^ ^^"^1 ^' h 

I Vbi cm summer-house (?) 

Sta-t (Sthit) ^, Palermo Stele, "^ 



^n 



oc> I c,c S I CZ) I TFffF 

-^ -^ 

. a measure of land, the arura; plur. — ^, 
^ ' -^- 



stai-t (sthit) 



-e- 



5> -^ 



Sta (Sthiu?) ~^, repurchase ; plur. "^ 



I I I 



thread, cord, string, measuring cord. 

- ^ 
Rev. 14, 46. 

Stai (Sthi) ~^ (](] , to measure land. 
, Amen. 22, 3, to hold a possession legallj', 



-^ 



set, sta ^c^ "^ , IV, 1102 
^' PD 



X 



, P It^, P 



As. 1908, 269, -^, "^ ^, 



-^ X 



, Amen. 
, Jour. 



D 



L— /I, 



Po^lj^.pS^kTPS^ 

Hi A ' I D 4'] y^ ' ^° ^'''"^' ^" conduct, to 
lead, to tow, to draw or drag along, to withdraw, 
to unbolt a door, to place alongside, to compare ; 

Copt, x^cee. 
stas (stasta?) pn^PT' ^^P' 

3024, 12, to lead. 

Stasta n S P?i "^ "^ to press, to urge 
\ iJ\ D _^ f^ ' on, to drive. 

Sta (sthi) ~^ IV, 966, leader, guide; 



— ^— 



J\ 



Rev. 14, 49, dealer in vege- 



A m Jf Y' tables. 



!, 



D 



^Ti-PS 



ir-Ps^^;?;'^".'-^!!. 

haulers, towers of a boat, bringers, leaders. 

^'^-?),TuatVIII, 



Staiu Ra -^ 



Ml© I 

those who tow the boat of Ra. 

Staiu (Sthiu) -<^ ^ ' %, Tuat il, 

the blasphemers of Ra who were condemned to 
destruction. 

j rebels, oppo- 
I ' nents. 

Sta n S "^ B.D. 168, IV, a bull-god- 
I " 7^ ' a form of Osiris. 

Stait ~^ T""^^ ■^^'' ^ wind-goddess who 
o ' was reborn daily. 

Sta en Asar, etc. H ^ "^ ~"^ a^^aaa 

J] , etc., B.D. 145, 146, the 13th Pylon. 



stastau ~^ ^ 



sta 



^^^. .. , ~Y, receptacle, 



y^ 



an object in which to carry things. 

sta M,f=j wyw\, water-course, canal; 

I /\/VWAA /VAA/N/VA IV, 944. 

I I I A/V\A/\A 



sta I S ^^> , Anastasi I, 14, 8, ramp; 

ills of a be- 
si^ed city. 



n Q ~^ ^ inclined way up to walls of a be 
I D 7^ I ' 

— ^ — — ^— o d 






D 7^ r 

Statt (sthitt) 



r\^^ 7i r\/^^' 

Ci o — <0— I I I 



C\£V^ 



qj:^ 



, the funeral mouiv 



2 V ? 



s 



tain, cemetery, the grave; ^ ^r^ 



[ 708] 



the Theban necropolis. 

sta(stha) [1 -e- 
-^ — e ^ ! 



J, Hh. 544, ^, 



fiS^:S'P5T'P5^T 

filth, offal, anything beastly or abominable. 



term of abuse applied to the enemy. 

sta-t (sthi-t) "^izzzi, iv, 53, 426, a 

plate or sheet of metal; A ^ ^ ,-p, _^ ^^ 

^^ "^^ , made of a single sheet. 

m-PS^M'PSM-f5f|. 

to light a fire, to make to burn, to make fire ; 
utchats; Copt. C^Te. 

stai P^ll^fl'^'^- 



to cast 



sta 



forge, furnace, oven, 
kiln. 



P5« 

sta n ^ "^ II , Rec. 3, 4, light, radiance. 

shut up, to close ; Copt. ^Tl^IX, CtJTeAX. 

St&r n ^ (1 (3 .55^ 3, Rev. II, 182, splen- 
dour; Copt. ctkX, c-feXXi. 

8tip*t^,p.Tr'P-T 



o W 



Hymn Darius 27, to eject seed, to beget, to 
sow seed; Copt. Cixe. 



Sti 4^ /^v^<AA/N , Rec. 3, 49, 



AAAAAA 
/VA/VAAA 



t: 



AAAAAA 



ft AAAA/VA , A Mi^WXJ > 

V A/WVVA V Ci AAAAAA 



k V AAAAAA JJ V I 



"vw>AA sT^, Rec 3, 48, to pour out water, to pour 



out a libation, to make water, to drip, to over- 
flow, a flowingout, effusion ; ?=^ /^ ^-^ '^^ , 



*¥* o"^, sprinkled, watered, poured out. 



stitX 



_0.^ -6-Q-w ^^ 






R;^;!;!^^^ ^IT /www, seed, moisture, outpouring. 
still "^ flQ ^' ^^^^^' ^^^^^ vessels. 

stiut:t;4i-T:ii'T-m 
T3ii-rrj-xii-T?Ji 

po^|, p-^|. IV, 615, Rec. 20, 40 

radiance; '(j ^^ fj\ ij 
*^ p , light-emitter. 



AAAW\ O , sunshine 
DO. 



^ 



, one 



Sti reh pet /=ni ^ ^ 

of the 36 Dekans. 

sti - heb sti ^fl^. i^l^' 

the name of the iith day of the month. 

Sti ^, Palermo Stele, p ■*^. T. 206, 



IJ^'XtZ'TZZ'TZ^'X 



:,X^.T-'T 






7^ 

"ft. < j!n^ ^^-^ ,^_^ , ^ , to shoot 

arrows, to eject something from a case, to throw, 



to harpoon; 



c^ 



o, Jeter la 



*AAA/NA I 



vendange i^^^ '^^ I^, x 203 ; ^ "^ 
, Peasant 228, to spear 



I I 



fi u *¥^ ? t>5e /_ t^=^ IV, 1062, to shoot 

^^ ^L I Jr )B^ o 1' game in the desert. 
sti *1f* -^^ ' ^° ^^°°* ^ glance of the eye; 

em sti 






in the sight of, oppo- 
site to. 



p 



[ 709 ] 



8 



P 



man, archer, shooter; plur, (f^^ i , () ^^ 

I) ^ Y^ K^=^ g^, a lascivious man. 
4, 46 f., 149, 14, a title of Set. 

^ 5^' *T* fl^ O B\ i ' ^ goddess of the First 
Cataract, consort of Khnemu. 

Thes. 31, °^= _^ (1 O U O, Denderah III, 24, 
the goddess of the loth hour of the day. 

B.D. 149, Denderah IV, 80, a serpent-god, 
70 cubits long, who lived in the 4th Aat. 

T\lii.T:^l-T:il 

1, Asiatics and Nubians. 
Sti-t () I J], an Asiatic woman; plur. 

sti-t ^^^'^ Leyd. Pap. 14, 4, ground, 
\) ^ I ' grave (?) 

sti-t ^ ^ , n "^ ^=^, Rec. 36, 216, the 

name of a chamber in a temple. 

jP , I o [1 [1 I )[ , to light a fire, to kindle, flame 

«-pi:ui.'^--.p-Tu(i 

T"^ k'^j ll *i^ "^ (1 to kindle sacred 01 
^U'4' z]'4' ceremonial fire 

27, 229, I o ^ 1 11 , fire, flame. 



!, 



Sti p^(](]-inmui, P^(j(jfJ-»ww,TuatIII, 

a fire-spitting serpent-god, the protector of the 
holy gods. 

Set (Sti) em ir-t-f fl^fl ^^. 

n ^ Q ^= ^ I " Fire in his eye"— the god 
I '4 <S2>- >^.=^' of the 6th Pylon. 

Set (Sti) her 1 [^i Q^, Tuat viil, a 

serpent-warder of the 7th Gate. 

V O CiV^ V«AA/\A V O III 

T^ ^ ,n^*Y^c> boil, blain, ulcer, car- 
^c=i:t=i'l V ^' buncle, swelling. 

f P^>f>-Pi^■P:a.PS■ 
P?■P2■Polll^*'r::''''<''=™'"•^'"' 

or odour ; Copt. cf". 

stineterp2=]|,p-=]|,iv,.,9, 

the scent of the god. 

p>ij^>p:^:^-p:f^y 

KQ^, incense burnt at a festival. 

stlakh.t(?)p-„«ll5M-^,p:0 

HJ ^ '^^ Hartis I, 40, 9 

g*.j n ^ i *~ ^ drink offering, measure 

I W"^'^ W ' of wine. 

Sti(?) p^|e.l^g.knee(?) 

Sti P ^ flfl , Tomb Ram. VI, 50, a god. 

sti M ■= flu 'L-J, to weave; Copt COXe. 

Sti p; 

'*^^(^> I'wk'^'-^^^ 

stim P ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ] ' ^°^^^"'' ^'^g^- 

tables, garden stuff; see p|||^^;^, 
Copt. CIJUL. 

Sti-t p^",(j()^, Rev. 15, 17 

X ^ ^ i^' g""^^^' verdure. 

StU (?) P ^ % r^. to provide (?) 

2 Y 3 



y^ Rev. 13, 15, 28, smell, 
T^' odour; Copt. cf. 



P 



W 



p 



[710] 



S 



thanks, to 
caus. 



Stur P ^% r «. to work, to prepare. 
S-tur P "^=», to cleanse, to purify ; caus. 

8tukhp;§|,po^®0,p;gl, 

nc^® 10 nS^J] to treat with drugs, to em- 
rexi'r^OD' balm a dead body. 

S-tut Pp'='|-'P^^|^' Peasant 249, 
1 1 <^ vx' fc^ , 1 o vC t , to observe some custom, 

to do something usually done, to make a copy 
or image, to fashion, to typify, to symbolize, 

counterpart, image ; I <=^ ^ ft (I , Rec. 20, 40. 
S-tut n ^"^ ^ j], n o"^ |, to collect, to 
gather together ; caus. of ^^ t. 

Steb-t n^ n^ Mission 13, 50, decree, 
I Jl o edict. 

steb (?) P ^ J ^, ^^''- '^' ^^' ^™^5^ 
stebaf [1 ^ J "^\^^--. Rev. u, 145, 

n n 8 ^ ,-. ibid. 1 1, I "50, a tool or weapon : 
I'°JI\J^' Copt.coT&eq(?) 

stebu 1 ci Iv '^'"^^ ' W^ '^'^'"^ ' ^^ 

»^ n AAAAAA 

drink with enjoyment ; var. j /wwvv . 

S-tebh n ^ ^ J I fl '' ^° provide with 
food, to provision ; caus. of o 1 x j^ ; see 

step ' J^ , I-.D. Ill, 194, 35, to advance. 

Step [l^i>-.,T.287,P.39,M.49, p^, 
n c^£> — .^ fv — , 
I ' g ^ n x\' >!5>..^' ^° ^"^' ^^ eut off, to slay. 

step-t ^^, M. 203, p^^ 't'^, 

N. 683, |l ^ ^ cjv, n ^ cr^, a piece of 
meat specially selected and cut off for an offer- 
ing; plur. p^i^-^CVC?V»c?V, P. 540, H "^ 



^, N. 680, 



Po^^/'P 



DO ?' Id?' d ???' 



D -^I'e (^I'D ^!ll'^ D^' 43 

step I i^--, I , ; , 1 w^ 

*^ I D ID ^^ a U I D ^ 

to select, to choose ; Copt. CCUTTl. 

stepu 



D (?. 



D ^ 



a chosen person or thing ; I 31, picked 

words; c=xc: selections from a book; 
I I t 



choice bread ; ^ (1 H nr~D , the pick of the 

AAAAAA I A 

Stable; ^ g ^ '^'^ (] g, a bag of 



fine linen garments; 



D 



/vv\A/v\ y I 



c^ 



, Shipwreck 94, the choicest of Egypt; 

'*=^, IV, 390, selected in olden time. 
D o — — fl 

stepep ^ ^, P- 204, Pq'^q '*>--. M. 203, 

N. 683 = P^i^. 

Steppu vQi a chosen person. 

step sa P^"„„„„ , P. 184, 193, M. 292, 



D -m«- 

, p. 651, 730, M. 753, "^^.-^ 
y, to perform magical ceremonies with the 
view of obtaining life and the protection of the 

, n'=^iC'' tOl • r\^d> > Q AAAAAA 

god;P^^»5^,P.695,p^^f ^, 

''•^'^•r^HiP'^^;-^- 

I protected by an amu 



step sa j> 
step sa 



mnD 



let. 



L'^ 



^ a '"8M- 



•mio ' °im°' I i> — ^- n I ' d 

, _ , _~D , j!> — ^ Y , a chamber in 

the sanctuary wherein the transfer of the divine 
power from the god to the king took place ; 

"-p^-^fiPl?!^:;*-^ 

gave him life, strength, health, and joy of heart 
in the step sa chamber," IV, to 13. Step sa is 
also used as a title for the palace and the king 
himself, e.g., IV, 194. 

step '^ ' "v53? *^^ name of the 20th day 
D ' of the month. 



p 



[711] 



S 



P 






step " g " ^ , " || , a garment made 

of a special kind of stuff. 

step P ^ "^ , a kind of plant. 

to slay for sacrifice ; varr. 1 r^^*^. ' f-~- , \x • 
Stefu n '^ ^^ ^ , Rec. 19,92, butcher. 
Stef 1 A. , to turn aside or away. 

stef I /wwv/N , to be pure, to be refined ; 

I v\ vwv/w , clear, pure, refined (of copper, 

-D , IV, 708). 



stef-t 



c^ III' 



n 



'.P 






a disease of the belly, purge (?) 



n 



/'^ /Wv/vv\ 



Stef 



EdfCl I, 81, a title of the 
Nile-god. 



s-tem 



to make an end of; caus. of 



, P. 189, 



:^nziE 



I 



The 



variant passages M. 357 and N. 908 give 



Am 

S-tem n 



7^ 



A,AA/V\A 



^ to turn 
back. 



stem n vg ^ \^Y . fodder, field or gar- 
den produce; see '^^'^; Copt. CIJUL. 

^v , an assistant priest ; see 1 ^\ . 

, 1 /vww /) , to mark out, to distinguish, 



to make a difference between, to exalt ; caus. of 
. vvAAAA V , to distmguish between wutter 



cr-u 



o 



and summer ,'^ 1 ^y^ | ^^ i |/wna/v\^ <^ 

* ~ "^ ' De Hymnis 47, [thou] distinguisher who 

hast distinguished. 



"^^zz::^ 



noble or dis- 
tinguished man. 



stennu ^v2^^1^^|, ». 
stenit n^(j(] ^^11'. B.ix 



125. 



^11 

II, 39, (var. in Nu), distinctions. 

S-tenn H ,v^ }0, to swell (of a boil). 

N. 1 240, P. 642, a kind of garment. 
Sten P Q V . to slay, to kill. 

Stenit fl v£w D« . ^^^ "^""^ ^^ -"^ ^T^"^ 

I ci \ (lA on the royal crown. 

Rev. 13, 120, p^/!^, [1^^^, Coro- 
nation Stele, 8, 9, the White Crown. 

s-tenem, s-tenemm ^ d ^^f", 



mislead, to lose the way ; caus. of 



, Osiris 34, to lead astray, to 



who leads astray, he who makes a mistake. 

Ster l<z>, worked, chased (of metal). 

Ster n ^ ^=1-^ ^•^- '^9. 25, wooden 
I <c:>^^^' tablet (?) 

Ster n ^ ^"^, a kind of plant. 
Ster-t 1 <r:r> O , purification, pure thing. 

sterit P^fjlj^l'lll' p. 1116B, 21, 

to make prayer or supplication. 

steh 



'ra 



a wooden instrument used 
in grinding. 



steh' p ^ ^^' P ra 1y ^-^' ^^^- "' 

60, revolt. 

steh P^r^, ^^''- '^' ^^' '"^^'j^' 
s-tehen 01 ? ,, Rec 15, 178, ^^^ 



^ I, to sparkle; caus. of J J ^ 



2 Y 4 



p 



[712] 



S 



or 
var 



stekhi P 2 I]!] ^ ;^ ' "'^^'^" "'^^'''" 

dead, with drugs, to mummify ; see 1 1 ^ ^ q ; 






setkhekh 



^l^ 



, to treat a body 



with drugs; see ^ o ^g and \\ J^^ 

Set;varr.p;^4^S|. 

■, Gol. Hamm. 






1 1 1 



setshu 

12, 93 

S-teka 0^(1. to light a lamp; caus.(?) 

s-teken fl^ a ^o make to approach, 
S-teKen | '^ ^ > to brmg near ; caus. 

stekniu n^0%,^, \\^0\ 

-A porters, those who bring offerings, in- 
I , , ' vaders. 

, to hide oneself, to take 



refuge; see |i j^ 

s-tega n 
steter R 



^^ Hymn Darius 32, 
■^^ ' to see ; caus. 



. o O 
68, stater ; Gr. aTarrjp ; Copt. C^.Teepe 



, Rev. 14, 



Seth n£=i, lo! behold! 

«Ath 0^=^ P- 338, M. 640, to reach out 
setn |.s==», (a hand). 

S-th (S-thes) n s=>^ , to bear up ; see 
seth (Sthi) H^ \ seed; Copt. CJ-f. 

seth (sthi) n^=^, u. 422, p^/?iSn«, 

T. 242, P^^jj> P^^. to eject seed, to 
beget, to sow seed. 



seth (sthi) |l"^^ms^[|, Rec. 30, 

187, to Hght a fire. 

sthu-t 



seth (sthi)' 



U\ © I'gbt, radiance, splen- 
jriii' dour. 



' , to spear fish. 



"1 ^^^'^^, Asiatics and Nubians. 
I I 1 1' 

seth (sthi-t) ^ 'j', W?^, Stele of 

Ptolemy I, 14, land, estate, pasture land. 

Seth-t (sthi-t) Jfm^, 7!n^\\,7fmii^ 



32, 79, garment, apparel, festal raiment; 1 1^__^ 
'R^^-^7,^^9,p^— ''Rec.3i,x74. 



seth-t 
seth-t 



n^=^^, ^^""^0, libation vessel. 



^Trnt^) 



Rec. 36, 216, 



^ [-3 ' I ' o """'" ' chamber. 

sthi-t '^^^^ '^ rl! ' ^ tiring woman. 

Sthit, Sthait p .=. (] ^, P. 297, ^ 

, Anc. Eg. in, 239, ll, a goddess of 

. <Ci Ci ill 

the First Cataract, consort of Khnemu. 

Seth(Sthi).her?=^|,If-i;f^; 
Sthit-s-mm-Nu ^^v^^.Rec 

34, 190, one of the i2.Thoueris goddesses, she 
presided over the month '"'^^^ ^'^'^ ^ 



seth-t (1^^^^=^, Rec. 27, 225, 
I o ■; — 

L=/l, to frighten, to terrify. 

seth (sti) n ^, u. 9, R 293, p %=i (X3 , 

n "^ '^ , n ^, smell, odour, scent, perfume ; plur. 

P^o,T. 282, 332,R 294; C^^P^, 
T. 347, foul stink; Copt. C^. 

sethheb p^ fTl^'""-^^' P 

rt3jI^^>P"-^'P^ffi' 



oint- 



ment used on festal occasions. 



p 



s 



[713] 



S 



(' 



stha P^^. U. 331, 553, T. 317, 
P^^"^^^, p. 226, P", Rec. 31, 27, 

P^ /\, p7^'^^» Rec. 27, 225, to tow, 
to drag, to pull, to lead ; see I ^^. . 

Sthaut 0''^^, N- 971, towings of 
I o — ^ boats. 



-^ 



Sthaiu ^_" ^7^1, those who tow boats; 

~~^ f \\ I 

~^ =???= , unseen haulers of boats. 



a jar, a 
vessel. 



Stha p ^^ 0, 1 

to clothe, to wrap up in cloth, to bandage. 
Seth-ab "^5^^, Tuat VII, a goddess. 

Sthethi n 



Sthu 



, Hh. 343, a god. 



=* Tuat IX, a monster serpent- 
(3 ' warder of the 9th Gate. 



sthep p^, u. 548, T. 303, p' 



sthep 






to cut in pieces, to 
slay. 

s=* P. 681, to select, 
□ 7^' to choose. 



Stheput I ^, portions of meat selected 

for offerings; p^^'L^a!. If off^^,:;- 



sthepu 11^''^%^'^^"^, 
I D Jr n III' 
Rec. 36, 216 .. . . 



Sthep |l~, T. 185, P. 183, 196, 674, 



N. 1282, M. 291, 1^ ^, U. 49i> P- 579, 
I UJ\ 

Hh. 425, to remove, to carry away, to 

transport. 



D 

s-then 
sthena 






caus. of 



n\ 



, a dis- 



tinguished person or statue, eminent, prominent, 
notable. 

Sthen I ^ 7^ , to journey, to retreat. 

I ftAAAAA 

sthensthen R ° ' y '" ^ , to travel, to 

journey, to conduct a party. 



Sthena p ^"^^ (1 ffl' Anastasl I, 28, 2, 

1 (J -A, P. iii6b, 43, to compare. 

StheM-t n*=^(]^,^ thing compared 
I /wvwv 1 J\ with somethmg else. 

8-thenem 0"=^ 1^. P'^ ^T- 

to turn back, to turn aside or away, to lead 
astray ; caus. of 



sther-t 



I <:!> (^ , eyelid, eyelashes. 



sther 



senther J ^, ."^'^°"» 

S o o o' mcense. 



s.thesp«^.p-^..p-^| 

=»^L=fl, p^^^^^L-=fl,'to exalt, to 
lift up, to exalt oneself, to be exalted; caus. 
Copt. xice. 

sthesu p^^;;!^. P^^^-^ 

^ I , those who lift up or exult ; 1 \\ Tl Sr ' » 

^ I I — H— Jl ii2i I 

those who lift up praises or who raise the song 
of praise. 

sthesu Shu. P^^^iP^I- 



n 



s-thes P^''^^'^^, P^^-i^xa, IV, 659, 

-»— ^==±3, to lie at full length, laid out, 
\\ - 

stretched out, to lie prone, dead body ; — »— (I 



the 
' dead. 



Set p ci^ <2^^\ . Palermo Stele = P^^ ^, 
Set — the god of evil. 

set 



^^ 



, to cut, to pierce. 



set n ff^, n ' ' L-fl, Israel Stele 4, 
Tombos Stele 11, Rec 30, 220, I ^w— fl, 

PT^>PSPT^-P=^- 

r|<:;^^ci^^ to break, to smash, to cleave, 
I -^ I ' ^ ' to breach a wall. 

set-t n """^^ U./1, n ^~^ ^.— Zl, breach, 

I ci X IX 

break, opening. 



s 



[714] 



X U-Zl: 



• II c-*'^ % ftAAwv , a kind 

L I ^/^A^^^ 



setp 

of canal, a branch of the Nile. 

3 I fl'''^^ ^ 3 ' , "Breaker of bones," one 
of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 

set P^^^— ^' *° loathe, to be disgusted. 

set Pc:^> ^, > impurity, dross. 

set PClT^T 

StiU |l^(j[]^, dressers, 

bandlet, headcloth, garment; varr. 
t^^ — nf^5_ 



^-'r^ . to dress, to clothe, to 
\s, ^^-=^' array in fine apparel. 



Setpc^>X,T.38,3io,P.564,p'^X' 
Amen. 13, 4, Hc^^n, [l^^<?, tail, rump; 

plur. n cs> "^ X, Shipwreck 163; zi"^ ^ 

n*^^^^^^^, P.S.B. 13, 412, tail in the air; Copt. 

Ci.T. 

Set 



\ 



W^' 



Palermo Stele, U,£i|, Ns, 






^^i^P 



® 



"festival of the tail"; plur. 

LDQu> IV, 569, 1095. A festival which the 

king celebrated every 30 years, or after great 
events, however frequent, or whenever he wished 
to obtain a renewal of his life from the gods. 



setentpet ^ g ^, i^JJ,^. 



the name of the 27th or 28th day of the month 

Set-t I f ', Anastasi T, 6, 1, section 

I > I L-.ZI 

of a book, page, column of a pap>rus. 

I ^V ^1 I ..B^ci^ ^1 

set pennu ^^^^^^^v^E^^'^, rat's-tail, a 

• -^ 1 \> O (3 III' 

herb used in medicine. 



setu nu mama (?) 1 1 "^ ^ I ^ 

Itl, a plant or herb used in medicine. 
set SU p "^ ^ ^ ^ ' ^ ^i^^^ °^ P'^^*- 
set sheps-tc?) p^_^^> a.z. 

1880, 95, a part of a chariot. 

set-t (Stit) ^ f| o , Rev. 12, 66, 
n*^^^ (jA f) , Rev. 14, 20, fire; Copt, CA-Xe. 

sta [1 -^^, T. 27. p -^^^' 

N. 198, P. 611, 707, Rec. 27, 217, 34, 177, 
n c^=^ "^v "^L^ ^^^ J to quake, to tremble. 

stetiu 



those who shake, 
old men. 



M. 221, 



stata (sett) 

-., to quake, to tremble ; Copt. CXU5T". 

Stan n e^>i '^^^9 ' ' P^^^y' quaking 
paralysis, the shaking sickness. 

sta 



5 a kind of marsh bird, 
^' bittern (?) 

Sta Tir Hc^^'^^^^, U. 187, 

:^^'^^=*, T. 66, 0^^^=''^ 
,p.^%,^,N..598, P 

, " Great quaker," god of the thunder and 
earthquakes. 

Stametsu P^=^^'^'^^^^ P^"^ 

T. 240, the ancient storm-gods. 

Sta-ta p c^> "^ "^5 =^?^ , P. 304, 

" Earth-shaker " — the name of a god. 

Sta-t fc:- vl , a kind of prickly shrub 

30^ ^ Ml 
used as a protection for encampments, "thorn 
scrub " or " thorn bush." 

staf (stef) P^-^.^-^^o^x^^ 



[715] 



P 



to defame, to run down, to decry, to vilify ; caus, 

stu 

(2 



t^r -.1 to run aground (of a 
Jl'- -J' ship). 



S-tua l^c ^€^ G)» to pass the morning; 
caus. of tua ^ ^•^j^. 

n c^:3 fO to treat a body with drugs, to em- 
I S ® - ' n ' balm a dead body. 

Steb pc^:.j5,pc:^J'^,Peasant5o, 

bandlet, belt, girdle, hangings of a shrine, a part 
of a square cloth. 

^^^' -^:^^> Stake, instrument of torture, misery, 
disaster, calamity; plur. l <--=^ 1 ^^, Ic^s:^ 1 



Steba I cis:^ J (1 ^^^, a wretched man. 

StebU [Ici^JIcs V JJ, Rev. 12, 22, 
a tool or weapon. 

s.tebp_J^,p_J.|,p 

J J , to chew, to ruminate; Copt. C^LT^e. 

steb4|l=^jy 

s-tebh nc^J|..= ^, 

i.p-JMi.p-JI 



I I I 



(3 

, to 



arrange, to provide, to equip, to supply ; caus. 

stebhutp^J|;|,p^J.- 



L-J] 



, provision, equipment, tools, implements. 



furniture ; plur, I c^ j S ) I , " c:^^:^ j 9 



\> I I I 



, Tanis Pap. 19. 



Steput fl'^^'^^'"^ portions 
• I D P 111 selected 



of an animal 
for sacrifice. 



stef \\^l\ 

to make ready, to prepare. 



, L.D. Ill, 1 40c, 



Stef p; 



L-^ 



, to cut in pieces, to slay. 



T, 241, to paint the 
' eyelids with stibium. 



Hh. 336, Rec. 27, 58, to 
' hear ; Copt. CCJDXJUL. 

Z^ Rec. 2, 30, assistant 
X ' priest. 



Stem [l.=>^, U. 65, N. 320, p 
j],N.323,pc:=>J.N.324,p^ 
U. 421, Ic^ 

Stem-t I c=D» ^v '^ I , eye-paint 

Stem-t 2J) C^ \\ ' ' stibium, antimony, 
eye-pail it ; Copt. ecOHJUL, Or, tni'ftfitw. 

stem n 

Stem n 

s-tem(?) p<^|^0,'o bring «_aj, 

8-tema Oc^^Q , T. 264, M. 417, to join, 
to unite ; caus. ; Copt. TlWiULI. 

Sten n ^^"^^^ A, n ^^^^ v^. Coronation 
Stele 2 2, crown. 

Stenu 1 -www /[ , wearer of a crown, prince. 

stenit n 

Stena 1 ■ 31 , to dam a river. 

I /WVAAA 1 

stenu 1 ~^ ^ A , swift courier. 



rule, dominion, 
sovereignty. 



3 

Ster n ^^^^^ f '^ > a kind of plant. 

stekh n ^, p. 61, M. 82, N. 89, n 

*=^ , N. 72, to defend, to protect. 

Stekh n ^"^^j Hh. 5 

stekKip'l-llIll^. P^qf 

Israel Stele 14, to overthrow, to defeat ; see 

s-tesher H^B T. 281, 0^''^^'%='. 

N. 131, lc3SZ]''^^6, to redden; caus. 

Steshru H ^o '^ ^^, red things, 
bloody wounds. 



s 



[716] 



S 



s-teku n ^^^^ if^, n 

hide; caus. 

s-tega p's^y^, P S 



, to 



^ . s 

, Metternich Stele 49, P^S^^.^ ^ ' 
IV, 385, to hide, to run away and hide; caus. 
Steg (1 ^ A , B.D. 168, a bull-god. 

Steg [1 "^ ) , a proper name (?) ; 1 1 ^ 

^^Zy ^AA^A^ ■^ , IV, IO7I. 

S-teg^ M ^^ -^^> Hymn Darius, 7, 
to look, to examine ; caus. 

stegaut PT^^'^' ^•^^- ^°^' 

6i watchers (?) 

S-tet n ^^ ^'^' ^^^' ^''■°^' ^° stablish; 
I 11 ii' caus. 

setch p,^, ^i- ■'^' '3Uttolo: 

Setchp^.''-397,M.566,N...„, 

setch P °^ ^. Rec. 27, 58, P ^. to 

break, to break open. 

setch \\^,^- '^5> to strike a balance, 
IOC to make a reckonmg. 

setch (?) p*^]^' Mar. Karn. 52, 
8, to lay waste, to be wasted. 

8etchu4bu(?)p^^f;^%^, 

Stele Usertsen III, '• broken -hearts " (used to 
describe the timid broken-spirited peoples of 
the Northern Sfidan). 

setchu P*^"^*^"^' P- 424, M. 

607, P*T* 1^°^°^'^' N- 1 212, archers. 

Setohtiup^^^^,p^\ 

Y^Sr ' Rec. 32, 79, archers (?) 

Setch-t p*^ f|, U. 184, 322, 513, T. 
88, N. 619, p 2^ [|, Rec. 30, 198, 31, 170, 



Setchti n "^ , Tuat II, a fire-god in the 
I o\\v Tuat. 

Setohit-usrit ^ (| j p ^ ^ 5' 

Nesi-Amsu 27, 16, a title of Sekhmit. 

setch P"^^, ^''''- 3°' '^^' *'i^;i]jf^3' 

festival of the tail ; see set. 

setch P "^ ^, A.Z. 1906, 112, child, 
babe, infant ; fem. p^ ^ ^, ^^^c, 

setchti P2^ ^, IV, 1072, young. 

setchp-^||.p-|y|.,-- 

setchetch P ^^^^ |, form, image. 
setch P ^Tj , pot, vessel. 

setch (?) n^ff, ^- ^'^' ^ ^'""^ ""J 

^ ' I { l\ wood. 

s-tcha n I '^, P. 636, n i %f , p. 

163, to go, to depart = P^]^"^ 
, to depart in peace, i.e., to die. 



Setcha-t 1 i ^. , departure. 

Setcha P I , Ros. Mon. "23, Champ. Mon. 

378, a fabulous animal with the head of a ser- 
pent and the legs and tail of a lion. 



setcha 



Jour. As. 9, ser. 10, 506 



s-tchai p J "^j , U. 642, p J 



, to be well, happy, amused, to enjoy 



oneself ; 



M]^ 



Love Songs 7, 9. 



setchasetcha p J Tp] J ■ 

mockery, jest ; Copt. COX. 



, Rev., 



s 



[ 717 ] 



S 



f 



s-tchai her 



w 9. 

X I 



, A.Z. 1908, 



^^_^ ^, A.Z, 1905, 28, 



e 



= ?■ Pimii^.sfi' 



Anastasi 1, 8, 7, 
27, 8, 



X ^ 



imen. 



9' ^ I 



, pi^, Sphinx 



Steles, M J "^ '^, Jour. As. 1908, 282, to laugh, 
to joke, to jest, to have pleasure in something. 

s-tchai P J (jfl '^ d^. A-Z- 1878, 48, 

Rev. 12, 16, 1 1 J I (] ^_^^^' ^^v- ^^' '23, 

If, Rev. II, 139, to 



t, 66, 14, 36, 1 1 I 



say, to recite, to narrate ; Copt, cy^^e, C^XI. 



\J 



setchait 

word, speech ; plur. 1 1 |i 

I t^i ^1 I I I 2LI III 

13, 11; Copt. c£j^.ze, ci.zi, 
setchain |i A /III o ^ 



, Rec. 27, 8, 



, Rev. 



I Rev., counsel ; 

1' Copt. cocThi. 



setchaih 



III] 



Jour. As. 1908, 267, p ]^ ()(j I 

Rev. 12,47, P 1(1(1—4 

Rev. 14, 16, rejoicing, jest, joke, amusement. 

setchaut fl J ^ "^ Q , seal. 

S-tCham M i ^^jP, to wrap up, to en- 
velop; var. ^ ^ "^ ^, [1 5c?. I\^ 

setcham H J 

setchami Pi^l^^^^. Pi 

, protector. 



'' to beget, to act the 

("=u) ' part of a male. 



O I 



setchamaut H | 

127, virtues, viriUty (?) 

setchamut p^^^, p|.^ 

A.Z. 1872, 37, hoe, hatchet. 



I , Rec. 4, 



setchahui pi^J^^I^, ^i\ 

setohakhmu p ^ ^ ^ ^, A.Z. 

1864, 107, bat; Copt. (TeixcTeXo. 

s-tcham H | ^ '^, to plate with gold 
or silver, plating metal ; caus. 



setcheb 



!■ 



a measure of land = 100 
cubits. 



setcheb 0°^ J, U. 240, P. 102, M. 
90, N. 97, to subsist, to exist, a synonym of 
, to live. 

setchbu(?) 1^, Wort. 763, 1389, 

men, mankind in general. ^ 

setcheb P*^ J j. U. 4, 376, 45 ^ M. 
396, P "^ J II' Rec. 32, 80, 81, I ^, 
disaster, calamity, misfortune; plur. M^^ u 

s.tchefap::;^^^i,p:3,^ 

^^ ^^ (|(^ ^^ 1 ' ' *^ ^^^^' '° provision, 
to provide for, to supply ; caus. 

Setchef n°^(^, Annales III, no, 
bread, food in general. 

setchef '^ V , to kill, to slay. 

setchem [1 */^, U. 40, R 187, p ^ 

^, R 401, 835, M. 573, N. 1180, fl ^ */), 

^1^^^.111,143, ^^M.to 
hear, to hear a case, to hearken, to obey; 

to obey the dictates of the 
belly. 



p 



setchemsetchem ^ ^^ ^, P 

Rec. 33, 35, to listen carefully. 

setchem-t p ^ ^, u. 631, f, 

^K' P*^K' ^^=^' shearing. 

setchemu ^^^fl, ^^^^. 

hearer, listener; plur. ■^^^ y» ^ ^k. 



[ 718 ] S 

setchem kheri ^j/ 



setchemu ^ 

setchem H ^ 

nnn 



a kind of 
tradesman. 



judge of the mab-t 



n 



court 



setchemiu ^^(]()^ 



!, 



22, officers or judges who hear cases. 



setchem ash 



o / — 



attendant in the Place of truth ; ^ 



IV, 619, ^ 



!. 



I , Rec. 8, 134, sub- 



czszi 
ordinate officers, chief servants (?) 

Setchemi ^\ b.d.g. 776, Anc. Eg. 

Ill, 226, a bull-god, the god of hearing; ^ JL 
B.D.G. 699, a form of Isis of Mendes. 

Setchem ansi ^^ (j ^ P \\ "^f » 

B.D. 115, 7, a kind of garment (?) 

Setchem (?) em snef ^ ^ "^^^ T 

n '^^^^ ^wf vfij Ombos II, 134, a mytho- 
I »<-=^ f HI h' logical being. 



I I I 



setchem metu -f . ^ i ^^sp, 

^kii-^' -^iii ^' Rename 
of the 19th day of the month. 

setchem heri ^ ^^^-^ ^ ^^ , 

B.D, 125, I, 21, the upper leaf of the door of 
the hall of Osiris. 



m 



w 



B.D. 125, I, 21, the lower leaf of the door of 
the hall of Osiris. 



setchem ^ ^v r^ , to paint the 
eyelids with stibium ; see 1 0--=-^ ^\ :^^ , 

n fs I ^>^ 

setchen H '^ <^c L==^, ^^c- 3, 3, to 

! ^,«v^V ^v overthrow. 

setcher []^L=J, [1 Bs ^, 111,141, 

I -9* (1 ^ ^ -/I , to be strong, to make strong. 

setcher H B © , Fl B p © , fort, 

strong place ; plur. 1 B^ 3HmE®' 

setcher H B <^, t. 338, p. 820, N. 
702, Hh. 453, p^1^.[l^-i%x»,iv, 

659, P^^^c::^, [I^^L^,. pBH, 
^^i^>M5,in,r43,^V, 
L=/] , 13^ J3:^ , to pass the night, 



to lie down to sleep or in death, to sleep, the 

opposite of <rp> m , to pass the day ; IB? 

(ft^v/^ A.Z. 1900, 27, the sleepless One, 
'^ " ^ ' i.e., God. 

setcheri flB(](S^^, \\ BJ^ 

H^ /^2' ^^ ^^^ ^^ lyi"g down asleep or 
deaTplur. p^fjlj^j.'j^l, p^^ 



ft 



ly I 



setcheriu H B '^ ^ ^ ^, p. 

204, N. 847, sleepers, i.e., the blessed dead. 



setcherit 

intercourse. 



o *^^ (*=T[), sexual 



setcherit H B ^ ^ anightcamp- 
I <r::> ' v- ^ , ' mg ground. 

setcherit R B ^ ^ , 7- 333, ?• 824, 



N. 703 
setcher (?) ^, B.D. ib, 19, bier(?) 



p 



s 



[719] 



setCherit (1ft ^^, sickness, pros- 

SetCherit H B« ^ '5s^^^27, H B 

^=^ , the rest festival. 

setCherit H B ^ , R B ^ 

^ , (IB ci ^fej "^ sleeping draught, 
'''mi I <z> ' '' O ' drugged beer. 

Setchriu fl^(](]HJs^sii. A.Z. 

1900, 21, the sleeping gods. 

Setcherur [1 B ^^=t^,T.38o, 
setcheh fl^fl.p'^l^^l.the 

shin bone; dual 0*^^=33, P'^I^H- 

setcheh ^ '^ | mm, U. 542, T. 297, 

P. 226, a mythological serpent. 

s-tcheser p*^ P<=>, p^, p^ jl 

IV, 834, ^_g2^ > ^° beautify, to make grand or 
splendid, to promote to high rank ; caus. 



s p 

^-^ ^ J] I , splendid 



setcheseru 

magnificent things 

s-tcheser s-tcheser ^=^ ^-^ . ^ 



or 



L-fl* 



to complete, to beautify. 

S-tchet P"^^, P "^ "^ d?^, Amen. 
, 14, P^^ U ^ ^, to tell, to narrate, to 



describe, lo speak ; caus. ; Copt. OJA-ZG. 

setcheti p °^ 



narrator, story 
teller. 



!> 



setchetu P^^, P^^ 

1 ] ^ I , Anastasi I, 26, 3, speech, stories, 
narratives, tales, descriptions, precepts, sayings. 

setchet-t H "^ ^ ^ , {\>^ ^ ^ 

Amen. 14, 14, narrative, story. 



setchet 



^ 



, hall, chamber. 



setohethap^^f ^|,Rev., 



to jest j see 1 A 



720 



□n SH 

Sh r-m = Heb. ttJ, Copt. cy. 
Sha, she ^^, A.Z. 45, 129, estate, field. 
, r-TT-l I 1 r\ri □□ CZEZ) C3SZI j»^/f 

, lake, pool, 






Ci I AAftAAA I \> 



cistern, tank, ornamental water in a garde n, 
trough, laver; plur. ^, ^ i , ^ ^ i , ^^ i , 
gg,P. 830, N. 773; Copt.C9HL 

Sha aa '^^ '^ , ^^' ^°47, a large water 
I 3x , w , ' garden. 

Sha-t Asar ^ , jj^. ^ , ^ ,, j]^. 

lake of Osiris, a name of the Fayyftm. 

Sha en Asar ^^AAAA j-i'=^,B.D. 122, 6, 



lake of Osiris (the Fayyfim). 

Sha uab t=t / ~va^ , izszd f \ 

vsaaaa: (i) basin of purification; (2) (zszi/ 1 



AAAAAA 

/sw«AA , a name of the lake of the temple of Den- 

~ ^^ r^Z2'^ /-^^ a name of Lake 

derah; (3) a^wva/ l^A/w^A, Moeris 

Sha-t ur-t "^^ ^=^ ^« / P^^t of the 

^ I ^^^ ® Fayyfim. 

D ^ CZSZi D ^ a kind of 
t 4 ' iO i j ' incense. 

^Q^-^/r. ,75.-79, M. 



sha-t pet c=s=] 



Shatt pet 

28, 65, 156, '^^^, P. 60, N. 86, no, 

sha qah 



, a title of Nut. 



I s I 



(2'""^, P. 1116B, 
AMI 



30, tanks in which fish were kept ready for 
eating. 

Sha tesui (?) "^^^ ^ ^^^^, a lake in 

the Oasis of Khirgah (?) 

B.D. 63B, a, the lake of Fire in the Tuat 



SH 



IZSZ] 



ShaAgeb™^Bj~w^^,B.D. 

189, II, the lake of Ageb, i.e., the celestial sea. 



Sha Aaru 



f f f , N. 



P- 637. ~ (| 



I 1 



1379. 



the lake of Reeds in the Other World. 

Sha aqer '^^^(1 ^ ^1, B.D. 172,40, 

lake of Perfection, a lake wherein the righteous 
bathed. 



CSZl 



I y^" •\ AA/\AAA 
, B.D. 117, 3, .;^ /WVAAA, 



Shaur 

I \^ I AAAAAA V" 

a large lake in the Tuat; ^/w^A,^ 

Ci ! AAAAAA <L 



I 



^ 



Rhind Pap. note 42, the 
great lake of Khensu. 



-Sha Maati ™ ^ \ P P ® , B-D- 

17, 51, lake of Truth, a lake in the Tuat. 



Sha em maf k-t 



n 111 



1^1 



B.D. 39, 19, the lakes of Turquoise in the Tuat. 



Sha en Amu 



, B.D. 98, 6, lake of Fire in the Tuat. 

Sha en ankh ' ' ^^^^ ■?-, N. 762, 

Tuat IV, lake of Life, a lake 
in the Tuat. 



[— rr — 1 ^ / r\ AAAA/VA 



Vf 



Sha en maat www 



54, " lake of Truth." 

Sha en maatiu 



, Peasant 



^„ 



^ w 



B.D. 168, lake of the Speakers of the truth. 



Sha en maat 



Jim 



, Berg. II, 



395, /WWVA 

a lake in the Tuat. 

Sha en Heru 



■ cr: 



s I 



, B.D. 17, 46, 



, the 



lake of Horus in the Tuat. 



oo 



SH 



[ 721 ] 



SH 



on 



Sha en hesmen -wwva 









- IP-,,, 

f P'^^^] °,^^^ '^^°^ Natron! 
^ 1 AwvsA Ji o ' the 7'ua 



° III' 

in 
uat. 



Sha ent hetche-t ^=^ — ? ^ p n 

M5. 36, lake of Light in the Tuat. 

ShaenKha ^ ?1k ,^ czu 

^. Rec. 27, 223, the name 
of a lake in the Tuat ; see S S "^ 

___^ I — I Ci 

N.966. ^ -vww.(J-^^j^^^U.576. 

Sha en khebentiu "^^^ 



X 



I H 



J 



j,B.D. 130, 10, lake of the Wicked. 



Sha en Sab '=P 



_ 1r^ j^, Rec. 

26, 233, the lake of the Jackal in the Tuat. 

Sha sab ™-^ «, Rec. .6, a33. 



J-^,.he lake of the Jackal 
-=^ in the 1 uat. 



Sha en s-hetep /www 



00 

s I 
96-97. 7, lake of Propitiation. 



P =^, B.D. 



Sha en setchet 



3a X 

AA/\A/\A 



f|, B.D. 



(Nebseni) 17, 41, a lake of Fire in the Tuat. 

'Jll 



Sha en qebh aaaa^a ^ 

N. 762, the lake of Cold Water in the Tuat 

ShaNu 



■I W I OOD "^^'^^ 

AA^ft/^A 
I 51 



I /WVAAA 



C-T;^-] /WWVA ggg 



varr 



^ ^ , the Celestial ocean. 

Sha Nesasa (Sha en SdsA?) ^=^ 

AAAAAA M [| -y ' ' 1/ Ai. I 

1. 



oo 

s I 



Sha Neserser ^^^^ ^ ~^*~ " 

B.D. 71, i8, a lake of Fire in the Tuat; varr 



mtT^-u^- 



Shaneter=]|™,B.D, ,7.,4..,he 

pool of the God in the Tuat. 



CZED 
I 



, T. 378, 



Sha Hi 

I (j(] ^ , N. 625, a lake in the Tuat. 

Shal.eru^^^^,,Heuve„r 

the Celestial beings. 

Sha heh "^^^^ | BD- 131, 10, the lake 

I 31 M 1 1 ' of a million years. 

ShaHetep™=^^,B.D.„o.6, 

the lake of the god Fletep. 

Shakharu°^|^--^_^J. 

B.D. 149, II, 6, the lake where the kharu geese 
lived in the Tuat. 

Sha Sham (?) 

a. lake in the Tuat. 



on 



^kSlf. 



_ShaTat-U^c^^](j@,U.48r, 

' m ^ } ^ ' ^- ^44, a lake in the Tuat. 



Sha Tcheser-t '^^ | 

lakes of the goddess Tchesert in the Tuat. 



, the 



Sha(?) ™, phallus (?) 



r=ti) 



sha (?) 00 ^, B.D. 98, 8, lacuna (?) 



sha-t 



on on fi I 



^ I 



III' 



11= 



ol'T 



I, things. 



Sha-t (?) [itM^], hundred; usuaUy 

written ^ ; Copt. Oje, CJJOT. The reading 
shent has been proposed (A.Z. 1898, 138); 
(^ e , two hundred; Copt. cyHT ; ^ ^o U. 
516, T. 327, hundreds. 



Sha-t (?) gj, loo-thread stuff. 

^^^ '^^^' P- 440, M, M. 656. 
JtTtT I > garden, meadow, estate, plaia 

sha, shaut M t[. M ^ tr, ^ 

P.S.B. i3i 411, flowering shrub; flower, a vine 

i 2 



nn 



SH 



[ 722 ] 



SH 



r-n-i 



in blossom ; plur. |^ '^ i , IV, 1 167, TtTt! 
;^,AnastasiI,25,3,IV.772; M'^f;]^' 

^"^^l^^ i' ^^^^""^ '" general, the 
plants in a garden, garden ; Copt. cycyHOT. 
Shau^^(), R^'^- 3, 12. 1 10, mebn 

Sha Ij^ "^ j^, Hh. 437, reeds, 
wine, drink. 



Sha HTh , a fabulous animal like a grey- 
hound with a straight tail in the form of an axe. 

Sha-t TtTtt o, Metternich Stele 86, a mytho- 
logical animal, parent of Menu. 

of dog ; plur. J^ "^ A^ . 

sha-t T«T»T S, bitch. 



I^, 



a kind 



?' 



1 



sha,shaa M^^^^ M^^' 

^ ^' M ^ f) e f^. pig; Pl"r. Mil 

(1 e n I ; Copt, ecyuj. 

Shau liSl'^^''"^ III > . Peasant B 2, 

i38.pig; LH- I^ ? S, Metternich Stele 86, 
''^'^^^ \. A U white sow. 

Shaa Mil "^fj^^'B.D. 36,1^'^ 

(1 ^Mt- ^=ZI |\ 'TT\ ^•^- " ^' S> the black pig 
S ^"^ — ^_K>^ ^^ ' of Set speared by Horus. 

Sha-t M^ JL. M^ JL,claw 
of a bird, talon, a measure ; TtT^t "^^ J^ <x=> , 
great span = 3^ palms (14 fingers); Mtt 
JU "^^j little span = 3 palms (12 fingers). 
IX 



sha-ti JL = 



sha-t 

animal ; Mtt 



, Sphinx I, 257. 



o , part of the body of an 

.?...... 5=^ |\ U skin(?) 

-^-M^ A.' of a dog. 



sha-t t-vr-i ^ U. 582, body; 
jj^, ivi. 59, i^ ^ ^ ^^ , p. 89, 



, M. 59, (] 
sha-t C3SZ] 



^ P. 477, N. 1265, 
Z**^ ' emissions of the body. 

Sha pet on^k °»^ U. 609, storm, 



sha r-g-i 



= ^ 



tempest. 
^, to 



read, to proclaim ; Copt. tocy. 

shaa rrv-i ^^ ^^, to steer, to sail a boat. 

sha, shai 



,Thes. 1285, 
, to fix, to appoint, 



to decide, to determine, to destine, to pre- 
destinate, to allot, to design, to decree, to 
ordain, to commission, to authorize. 



sha-t T^T^T 

Amherst Pap. 26, ^ 






.m 



^, A.Z. 45, 125, something 



decreed or ordained by God, what is ordained 
by man or fixed by custom, what is seemly or 
fitting, dues, revenue, taxes, impost. 

shau M ^ I A.Z. 1874, 87, l^ ^ 

|, IV, i"6, ^j2^(](]^||, what is de- 
creed or ordered or ordained, fate, destiny. 



sha-t hlnl 

profit, benefit. 

shai l^ 

shait TitjT 



".m 



I 



Rev., use, utility, worth ; 

Copt, cy^**'-- 

, Rec. 3, 44, T^ 



I, A.Z. 1905, 28, 39, 



f^, IV, 530, 



[ tax, impost, produce 
I ' of a country. 

shaiu liM ^ i)() ^ I j . P.S.B. 10, 42, 

dues, revenues, treasures. 

^-^^— ' a kind of bread, loaves, 
III' feod in general. 



Sha ^ 

shaa l^ () 



Rev. 13, 107, book, writing, 
document. 



on 



SH 



[723 ] 



SH 



can 



shad ItM^^l 7. ^Vestcar Pap. 12, 17, 
estate, garden, orchard, grove. 

Shadu liil "^ (| ^ , wine, drink. 
shaduI^^(],°,A.z. ,^-,^^37, 

Shads M^(jp..,Iill()p^, 

M^llpL^,iiI^-7,togo,to 

travel, to journey. 

Shadsiu liM ^ () P ]^ j , goings, goers. 
Shads 111] "^ i] P s:^, wicket-gate (?) 

shaa (sha) l^u, Rev. n, 125, T»T»T 

i , up to, as far as, until ; ■^:r> T^TtT "" — °, 
IV, 647, <cz> T^Ttt , as far as ; Copt. CUA.. 



shaa-t 



\j 



^ Jour. As. 1908, 979, 



(?) (3 I 

— fl I, until; 



(3 ' until ; Copt. cyA.'T. 

shaaut (sha-t) 

Copt, cy^.xe. 

shaa |iJ2 u, Rev. 13, 8 = cy^., of use 
and wont, e.g., cy^.qcU3T-JUL. 

shaa, shada (sha) 



Millllll!)— ^,tobegin;|j|,TlL *^ 



Rev. 15, 38, the source of life 



, the goddess of pri- 



Shaait T^TtT 

meval matter— a form of Hathor. 

shaaa-mes M ^ fl C2 ^ ^ S, Rev. 

14, 7, firstborn ; Copt. cyA.jm.ice. 

Shaa, shaa-t iH^^, Supp. 1223, 

Rec. ^^, 32, warehouse, store- 
house, granary. 









, Rev. 12, 79, sand; Copt cyoj. 



shaa l£^ 



r -, to smite, to conquer. 



e 



slaughter, 
slayer. 



shafti ^^v^^^v.^^ 
shaftit(8haiti) Iii|^_i.()();^U-fl, 

^ "m 1^ U ^ ' blow, stroke, ill luck (?) 
Shaft ^ ^^^, Mar. Ka^.^55. 

>^ Rev. 1 1, 149, some- 
' thing written. 



TSism 



^^, Rev. II, 133, 



75. beggar 

shaai l^ u 

Jj , Rev. II, 183; see Shai. 

shaaimI^^(|(]|^„.Rev.i^^,o. 

shaaikh Jiil \j i](j © I^ ° , Rev. 14, 

17, dust; Copt. cyo^^Sy- 

shaaber (?) 

outside ; Copt. cyA.E.oX. 

Shaam JjIJyj^, Rev. n, 182, to de- 
sire; ^^r. |il2 "^ ^ ^ ; Copt. cyeJULei. 

shaamtuf 1*12^7^^.,^, Rev. 12, 
14, 13, 21 = Copt. cy^HTe^. 
shaar IM'^'^' tooth; Copt cy^X (?) 

Shaar ^^ r^, Jour. As. 1908, 255, 
to bargain, to haggle ; Copt. epcyA.A.p. 

Shaar TtttT "^ ^^ ^, Mar. Kam. 54, 



42, 

w 



w 



■ I 



V Q?i, to VOW, to 



promise, to boast. 

shaar T»Tt! 
28. T»Ttt 



w 



, Amherst Pap. 

door, gate, prison ; 
Heb. liTttJ. 



shaarki J^ 



\j 



w 



\^ O, Rev. 



12, 118, drought ; compare Arab, j * 

sha&S ^ ^ °o, Shipwreck 163, a 
product of the enchanted island. 

Shaasha l^ ^ ^^ T, Rev. 12, 17, rail, 
railing ; Copt. cytAJCy. 



i z 2 



oa 



SH 



[ 724 ] 



SH 



rvn 



\, Rev., 



CTD 



Rec. 3, 38, terrace, walk with 
trees planted by the side. 

'^, Israel Stele 8, 



shaasha Mtl^^Mtl^. ^^c. 33, 12°. 

reverence, respect. 

shaashaa l^'^'^JM,^' JM,^ 
^l2^ ^,Rec. 33, 120, 138, liltl^KM^ 

n I .0 Rev. 13, 29, boast, glory, fame, renown ; 
lll^' Copt, cyo'^fflo*^- 

shaashaa l^ sj IM, ^ ■ 

to winnow ; Copt. Oj^a ^ ^^^ 

shaashaa ^J — TtTtT ^ 
ghai TtTiT 

a man's fate, his fortune and allotted span of life. 

shai bto Mil ^ (ly J (] ^, 

Israel Stele 8, ill luck. 

shai nefer ]£^ !](] j^ J |> good luck. 

shait iiM'^lfl ^ ;^' ^'^^^y .'°' M 

evil destiny, a blow of fate. 

Shai liljl'^ ()lj ^ , Amen. 21, 16, A.Z. 
1873, i38,Todt. (Leps.),pl. 50, ^ 

^^.M^(lilf3 2!^|,Pap.Ani3, 
B.M. 32, 411, Jour. As. Ser. X, 9, 434, 460, 
473. 49». 508, 552, Berg. 73, the god Luck 
or Fate or Destiny who reckons the days 

Shait I^^i][j'^^, Amen. 9, n, 
ttttt "^ |j(j ^ ^, Hh. 330, the goddess Fate. 

Litanie 37, a dog-god. 

Shai Illil "^ l]l] ^ ^, Tomb of Seti I, 
one of the 75 forms ofRa (No, 37); 



Shai TilillKl istm, 



shau oa 

D 
CZSZl 



a benevolent serpent- 
god. 

Shai T^T^I (](] W, Lanzone 129, a croco- 
dile-god who ate the hearts of the dead. 

shaiM^flll-ni.'^TindV/eeJ: 

shaii l^ ^^ ^ S ^ ■^' ^^^'' ^°""^^^"' 

tank, cistern ; Copt, cyHI. 

shau 1=]'^^, P. 38, M. 48 = K*-=' 
, T. 286, to injure (?) 

^, in 

<s=- 00%. 'vx v:>, P. 498, 
_^^^_^,P. 510- 

shau l^ '^\ Q , to be hot, to burn, fire. 

shau T»T«t(5 (Id o, Rev. 13, 25, 



Rev. 12, 118, dry, parched; Copt, cyooxe 
Shaut Mil ^ ^ ", ^^^- '4. ^2, dry- 

Shau l4!il'^%®> B.D. 141-142, 
i2i,T»T»T 
shau 



the name 
D 



•S fi\ 142, III, 15, a city with 
' the special cult of Osiris. 



(3 g^. Rev. 13, 6, 



U I 



1 ^, Jour. As. 1908, 



Rec. 16, 69, IM, ^ 

283, to glorify oneself, to boast oneself over 

someone or something; Copt. OJOT, CLjOTCtJOT. 

W 



shau 



,Amen. 12, 4, ^J 






O, 



I , to be of 



value, property, stuff, possessions, goods, some- 
thing which is of worth or value, something use- 



ful, advantage, benefit; 

Ostraka No, 2 
valuable of all. 



ea 



, Theban 
, most 



Shau I^ ^ ^ ^, Rec. 36, 53, IM 
, P.S.B. 15, 35, ^^, ^-mi^ 



(S. 



the god of prosperity and of . 
' good luck and good fortune. 



rvn 



SH 



[725] 



SH 



oo 



Shau (?) ^ ^, abode, dwelling. 

shau-t Itil'^^ "T^. P- 414, M. 593, 

N. 1 198, garden, park. 

Shau Mil "^9, excrement. 



e 



Sha TtttT ^ -^, a disease of the eye. 

shauti (shuti) ^(2 "^s^^t^H, Rev. 
II, 174, the two plumes of a crown. 

Shau M^^,^,--^' Rec. 30, 66, 

parts of the magical boat. 

shauaa Jji] ^ (] (E I^, ^^^^^^' ^^^^P' 
shaua4 Mil -P (1 ^ , '^^^ °^ '^°"^ ^""^ 

^^^^ ( H I 1 a statue. 



shauabu M'^fl^Je^, 

the melon plant ; plur. TtTtT^^ -f^ ^ J ^ 
^ I, Love Songs 3, 13, TiM%. -jT) "^ 

shauab-t Mll^f]^J^|. 

melons (?) the figs of the persea tree (?) 

shauabti m^f]^J:|. 

T^T^t 4p) j( \i> ^ figure made of stone, wood, 

faience, etc., which was placed in the tomb to 
perform the work of a slave on behalf of the 

deceased ; var. Iffi J^ f > see ^oa J^|. 

shauabti Iili| f] J " Q , i v, 733, A.Z. 

34, 166, T»T<T ^ J ^ O » pot, vessel, vase, jar. 

shauar Hil ^ if] ^ ^ , Tj^. Rec. 

'9» 96, part of a shrine. 

shaua IlH "^ ^ 

document, letter, book ; see 

o I 

Shaubu M "^ ^ J ^ f^, flame, 
fire; compare Heb. ^ilttj, Job xviii, 5. 

Shab-t Tllil l|o,A.Z. 1905, 5, daily ser- 
• ^ vice, obligation. 



, writing, 



I \\ !<=:>=:: 



Shab(?) tiltl J ^. Herusutef Stele i s, 
tribe ; compare Eih. fy{]^ : 

Shab-t I^'^Jo_p,p.373.N. 1149, 

B.D. ed. Nav. 172, 28, |ii| "^ J XJ, Rec. 
31, 25. Illll "^ J ^, water melon (?); plur. 

IV, "94. ai ^ J rf m ' c-'P'- ffl'"^^- 
shab-t iil 1\ J ^, ^"^'^ '"''°" P"^""- 

shabarth |^ J ^ -^^ , stream, flow 
of water ; Heb. n731C . 

shabu m ^ J ^ 



, IV, 481, 



I I I 



, I w I 



1 C3!O,f00d 



shabu 1^^ J ^2go, 2^200. 

altars laden with food offerings. 

Shabu liM^ J%^> t" shorten 
sail, to furl a sail. " 

shabu J£^ J "^ ^^*^ L-fl, to strike, to 

smite, to hew stones. 

shabuHa^J^\;:,aa 
worked stone, masonry. 

Shabu Hi|^Je|,^J^|, 

a funereal figure; varr. M ^ f| "^ J° f 

Shabu Iffi'^J^I^ |,afire.god; 
see Ashbu. 

shabn ^tl J O 1, Rev. 12, 87. TtTtt J 

junction, union, accord, unison ; 
Copt. cyoJrtfi. 



/VS/VSA^ [I 5 



^ 



Shabt IlliJ J^_^, Jour. As. 1908, 255, 
staff, stick ; see J^ "^ J ^^ . 

shabtiMj-.Mj°|,iH^ 



2 2 3 



oa 



SH 



[726] 



sn 



rvn 



Bhabt-t M*^ J^' ^^^- '' 4^' 

Love Songs 2, 3, Hil "^ J ^ ^ ' tti "^ 
11(2^^^, staff, stick, rod, biton, walking-stick j 

Sallier I, 6, 5, 6 ; Heb. t^lUJ, Copt. ctjELtUX, 
Syr. n^S^jxJu- 

□ ^ Anastasi IV,' 12, 3, 



ShapU Mil '^(a^ , to dance. 



Shapu-neter-ar-t-ka T^Ttt 

tq fiN<2>-|| J 6^ B.D. 163, II, name of one of 
I ^ *==^ I 5O ' the two Utchats of Ra. 

Shapsh l^D^ill^, Rev. n, 171, fore- 
arm j Copt, a^^sj- 



shafl T^T^T 



w 



■ "^^ , to be angry, to 



act as an enemy, to swell (of a boil), swelling ; 
Copt. cijA.qe. 

Shafit l^*^"^, Jour. As. 1908, 294, 
^5 ^' M^;^ ^' wickedness, 
sin, want; Copt. a^^T > ^^^^ar. ^4;^. 

Sham I^^^^^,B.D. 130, 

10, to be foul or dirty. 

sham' 



to wash out 
^_J1 ' clothes (?) 



sham' 

i Anastasi IV, 11, 8, V, 6, i, Sallier I, 9, to 
" ' desire (?) 

^ a wooden 
c»-7»-' bar or tool. 



sham'-t 
sbamait(?) T»Ttt 

kind of seed used in medicine ; MuT 

O an infusion of the same. 
1 1 1 



o, a 



Sham' bar 

^ ^ ^ Anastasi III, Rev. 6, 7, a proper name ; 
1 21' according to Alt K. 850 = 7jriT2t!J- 



shamit T»T»! 

cleansing; var. T^TtT 

shamu 



/vwvAA, fulling, 



0- 



it; 



Peasant 



279, dirty clothes to be washed 

shamu Ti 



-7\, Thes. 



Ill 



1203, to traverse. 

shamu TtT^T, 

shames-t M'^fflP^' 

corn; plur, 

m 



O , a kind of drink. 



an ear of 



^eJULc. 



var. 



p |; Copt &JW.C, 



C30 



shamsh lili| ^^ ^i] "5=^ , Rev. 1 3, 3° 

n I , to serve. 

shanash JM ^ "^ , Rec. 3, 33 = 

, to stink. 



shansh 



czs: 



AAAAAA __ 



/V./VW\ ftAAA/V\ Q 



matter; Copt, cg^^cy. 

shanu 



AwwA , foul or stmking 

\\ i AAAAAA II I 



shanr 
shanr T^T^T 

133, bristle, wool (?) 

shanrefl J^ 



^AAA^^A 

OS 

AA/vAAA ,-— -, 
I I idlfl' 

AAAA^A <r — 

III I 



Gen. Epist. 64 

I to rub off, to 
rub away. 

^, A.Z. 1871, 



_ 1 1 1 I \\ ^; 

Anastasi I, 24, i, the bristling of the hair 
through fright. 



sharr 



j2s& 



.Saa 



I g^, Jour. As. 1908, 250, 



, Rev. 13, 30, 



_Ba5> -2^ ^ , to 



pray, prayer ; Copt. CtJ^^^- 

sharram TiTil-^^ 



flammation of the eyes. 



, Rev. 14, 10, in- 



SH 



[ 727 ] 



SH 



c=so 



Rev. 12, 1 14, 
I ' lamentation. 



^"^^1lO '^ I. Anastasil, 23,3,24, 3, 



HI-' gulf, precipice, chasm. 



Shamir T»Ttt ' 



M. 15. joy; Copt. cyXo-cX^.!. 



, Rev. 



sharef |ji2 ;^ ^ , ^ ^ /|^ , Rev. 



II, 134, 140, to injure; Copt. CtjXoq. 



tasi I, 10, 3, ruffled, dishevelled. 



, Anas- 



sharm |iIl[<^:=>^L-/i, iii, 8, J£^ 

^ — fl , to be unused (of weapons). 

sharm' TtTtt 

1, 78,11, HJ' 



, Harris 

t "j, to be peace- 
ful, to be unoccupied, idle, to be free to do 
what one pleases. 

sharm' TiljT 



, Thes. 1 204, 
^, Rouge I.H. II, 125, 
1^ ^» Harris I, 42, 7, 



greet, to salute, to offer salutations, to salaam, 
to sue for mercy ; compare the meanings of the 
Heb. VD^tr. 

^^ g| I , Israel Stele 26, peace, content ; Heb. 
D^^9,Arab.^.U^. 

sharm'UHJ^^^--](] 

Anastasi I, 17, 5, liltl '^ "^ ^ ")| (] 



A a meal of recon 
' ciliation 



tribute; Heb. rT^W\ 

SharhU Mil "^^ I ^^v. 14, 51, irrigation 
''=^='*=l' channels. 



Sharsh Ilil ^""^^^ | y^, to be swift, 
to hasten; varr. 1^*^00 5-^. ^B, 



-A. 



sharsha |ji2 .s^a ^i] ^, Rev. 12, 48, 
to dispute, to contend; Copt, cyepcyi. 

Sharshar (?) M '^ ^ M ^ 

I ® ^ , B. D. 1 63, 8, the name of an Utchat 

Sharsharkhet Ilil'^^^'^ 

*^^^--^® ^ B.D. 163, II, a name of one of the 
I c. 5lJ ' two Utchats of Ra. 

SharshatakatA liMl\,ga& 



AA/N/VNA 
/V/V\A/\A 



Shartana, Shartenu ^J 

^1, Mar. Karn. 52,1,^^ '^ 

Shartina B^TZ^l^i'^ 

Mediterranean people, Sardinians (?) 

Shartshaq TtTtt^T»TtTzi,Rec.35,57, 

the name of a fiend. 

Shahab |{1| "^ X^, Berg. I, 35, god of 

the south wind. He has a lion's head, horns, 
and two pairs of wings. 

Shahqar4|^;^^^;^^^(]^, 
Anastasi I, lo, 3, a term of abuse. 

Shakha ntttgT ^. ^^^' the approach 
•'^='^ i -i^ (of death). 

shakhent(?) IiJU'^^^?' ^'^^.a 

plant. 

shas oa^^ P V , to cut, to kill. 

shasi |i^ p 7^, U. 554, T. 303, 

P ^ , U. 459» Rec. 36 210, I^I^ p 






2 z 4 



CZED 



SH 



[ 728 ] 



SH 



3a 



B.D. 1 80, 32, Metternich Stele 58, I^^^ 
B.D. 63B, 4, M^' '=^'^ [1 ^ , U. 
P. 5i5,I^^*-fl(l ^' ^e^- "' 186, to go, to 
travel, to advance, to travel about in general. 



223, 



shasiu TiM 



7^ 



I B.D. 152, 6, 
I ' travellers. 



shassTjTjt[ip7\,N.i72,IjM'^P[l7\, 

T. 348, to go, to travel, to advance, 
the nomad Semites. 



I nomad Semites ; 
I ' Copt, cycoc. 



shasu 

ears of corn 



Rec. 6, 156, a god of the 
dead. 



Shasi T»T»t 

shasha ^im^|_^, MJlitlt 

shasha I^'^Hll'^iy^, ]M 

tit "^ ^ *° tread down, to trample 
^ H^ f\ ' under foot. 

shasha-tjilil'^. M^ ^ ^ ''^^^- 



J\ ' ing down. 

Shasha M^M^^'M^ 

1^"^^, Rec. I, 46, ignominious, vile. 

shasha l^ ^ ^. "^ , Jour. As. 
1908, 27s, vase; Copt. ajA.ttJOT. 

shasha aU^^^^.M-^ 

seed from the same, beads 



"^1, IMIil i^. a plant, the 



shasha-t IjH Ha],;. '''"=■ "'''=''""^' 



sown, seed. 



shashait 



<(^,IV, 1127, 



T»TtT o O' ^^' ^'^3' 'necklace. 

Shashaut T»Ttt T^T^T ^ 'v,?,' ornaments 
for the neck or head. 

shashait Hillilll;, M^M 
Shashaqa T^TtT'^T»T»T 

21, 13 = Shishak. 

shashata-t T»T«T ] 



A- 



Rec. 



t/ 



= \\ ^ 1 






, Rev. 14, 40, 

, Rev. 2, 43, ^i| Hij"! -^^, Jour. 
As. 1908, 312, window; Copt. cyOTCyX. 

shashat-t MiTliM ,. Rec 33, 



P.S.B. 24, 45 

W 

w 



137, window; Copt. OJOTCyx. 



shaqa 



shaqar 



^ 



wooden tool or instrument. 

shaqarqabi T»T«T '^ zi 

"(^ (]|] ° ,Koller4, 21, akindof Sadanifruit(?) 
shaqiu T^T^t zl (1 (1 ° , rings, earrings. 
Shaqiq T»T»T ^ [] [1 z1 ^ , to deUght in ; var. 

Shaqu ^ilil'^^ J7, Rechnungen 49, a 

^(2II^ 



(3 

weight = 22 teben and 5 qet ; plur. 

Shaqu Mil "^ z](2 ...-^^ 



a wooden decoration in circular form of a pillar, 
chaplet. 

Shaqu T»T»! Zl %> W , a leather object; 

T»T«T ^% jn 1 IV, 692, leather bands, quivers 
i±^^ _2f v^ I ' or cases made of leather. 

^^=:zi^^ P. 369, to bandage = 

,N. 1145. 



Shak rrr-i 



□o 



SH 



[729] 



SH 



C3C3 



Shaka-Amen-Shakanasa l^ 

B.D. 163, II, a Nubian god(?) 

shakaika T»T»T/^ 



I, Rev. 13, 26, passion (?) 

Shakanasa TtTtT 



^ Jj , B.D. 163, II, a form of Amen (?) 

shakaraa(?) T»Ttt 



w 



r^ Inscr. Hier. 28, some strong-smelling 
, ' object (?) 



Shakarshau TtT^t 



_2a!k 



iW^ 1 ^5§ i ' L.D. Ill, 211, 4, M 

1 



_2» 

shakiki TtTtt 

Rev., to delight in. 



' ' ' a Mediterranean 
r\^^/i ' people. 



shaknen J4| r,^ a , Rev. n, 152, to 

fight, to contend; var. l^ "^ fls \\ ^' 

Rev. 14, 15 ; Copt. cy^TrtHrt. 
shaker Iil4l^^r5i|n, Rev. 13, 49, 14, 

64, Rec. 30, 115, money, tax, hire, wages ; Copt. 

shaker liM^^^°, IV, 715, TtTtT ^=:^ 

*^ — -* I o 

, °, IV, 775, |i^^=^.Sai°, a kind of 

I o III 

precious stone, rings, ring money (?) ; Copt. 
cycTb-rp, (ra^otp(?) 

Shakershau T»Tt!^T»TtT'^ "j^j, 

Mar. Karn. 52, 14, a Mediterranean people. 



shagar T^M"^ S 



\\ ^A/^/^AA 



AAA/VNA S! 



Gol. I, 10, ditch, conduit, grave (?) 



Shagar MtT'^ Z5 



w 



•, Mar. 



Aby. Ill, 54, 4, cage, wicker hamper; compare 
Heb. l"i3D . 



shagig l^ffi [j(j S^, Rev. 12, 113, 

to delight in, to desire. 



Shagnen l^I^^^^^ ^. to quarrel, 
to fight ; Copt. cycTrtHn. 

shager l^ s -^^1* ""g*» ""g money (?) 
tax; Copt, cy (Tbf p. 

8hata4I4l]^(l|^.»P««;^,p> 

ll A H tjSjv ''^ ^o 8*g» to muzzle, to shut up ; 
()4J_S'k-/]' Copt. cyTo& (/) 

shatabuU IiSI^]y^]().^. 

leather gags (?) 
precipice. 

Shatbaka|^]^y,o-f^''^36 
shat H!l^'^i-/I, L.D. III, 140B, 

Rec 31, 24, IV, 387, Inltl 1^^ ^, Sim 15, 



1905, 8, □szi^^. v'ST' '° *^^8» *° quarry. 



shata m^^e^> '^ -"^ 

. jjuju, i^i^ I ' payment, rent. 

shatirta-t M'^'^C-^ ' ]] 1c^' 

Anastasi I, 23, i, |^ ^"V""^^ ' ll -^' ' ' 
ibid. 24, 3, gulf, precipice. 

shathi ^c:^|(](j 0, Rev 

to pour out a libation. 

Sh& (?) ""^ n ^ , Rev. 14, 35, nose. 

sh&U □n(j ^1^, U. 553, P. 282, shade, 
shadow ; see IZ30 p ^ j. 
ShaS r-tr-i (1 — <f— , to run. 



n I I 



"» 132, 



shd,ku 



, U. 29, a kind of cake 
t v\ I " 



symbolic of the teats of Isis(?); var. 
N. 257A. 



CSCD 



SH 



[ 730 ] 



SH 



shfi, shai ^^^, U. 136, T. 107, N. 444, 



.^. P-599. 



X 



X' 



Rev. 12, 40, to cut, to slay, to cut down 
trees, to hollow out a boat. 



shaa ^3 



\ 



shS.i-t 



C30 



Annales X, 192, to cut, to 
cut off, to slay. 



IV, 761, "" [j(] \^^ ^ > a cutting up, section, 
carnage, massacre, slaughter; see 



^ 






00 



shaiut '"'^(111 "^ , A.z. 1900, 38, o^ t] 

^(j^. Mission 13, 117, ^^, pieces 
of meat cooked or uncooked. 



sM-t (shat?) ^^, U. 380, ^, 

XT Q 1=30, ^ 

, N. 315, 719, 874, ^.^^-, 



U. 272, 



nzD 



r~wn 



T. 50, P. 667, 684, N. 995, 



x 






r? 



oi 



csa 



^ 



gash; plur. 
OLD 



^''''^'^, knife, butcher's knife, wound. 



rvrn 



""^^j Rec. 31, 17, 31,-^-^ I, 

O III ^=>^ 1 



'^^ 



^rr;' ^u3j^='^ 



% I. 



shS. fl, to seek, to ask, to beg. 



sha-t ^ 

kind of scented wood 



, Rec. 29, 146, -^®, a 



, to form, to fashion, to build. 



sM 



sM 



□EH ° 



barren ground, sandy 
-^' \' soil(?) 

, N. 707, 



000 o 



1 i-TT-i I rvn 



rm I 



\> I r^^o o w w o I 



^ o' ^ 

D[ZSZ] , „ . C3SZ1 

sand; 0, a sand offermg; 



ris;^^ 



I 

I [] WNAAA 

I ° III I I 



Rec. 4, 29, the bed of Osiris ; 

those who are on their sand, i.e., dwellers in the 
desert ; Copt. cyuj. 



Shau 



C3a 



I , Thes. 1296, sand-men, 



i.e., dwellers in the desert. 

sha-t, shai-t ^3q, U. 136, ^3 "ly, 

7 , o> 

IV,M37.^^,™l](]o,™(|(]^, 
>^ , bread, bread-cake, sacrificial bread, 



■V. "57.^^^.^^:^. 



a mess of boiled grain, food ; plur. 



rm 



1 11' \j 



° rvn 



r-rrn 



O 



nsvio .... 00° oonf^oi (ze: 
3, 44, ---ii,,,, ibid., 00, 

i::^ III .. ~ n o - — a 



00 I 
©1' 



I I I 



, Rec. 



"^ , IV, 501 ; see the following : — 



sna-t a o >4 , bull cakes ; ., ,/i o 

o o 2*3i _ o o 



(CS- , goose cakes ; fl o "" H , obelisk cakes ; 

C30 



^^ O A/WS/VA I 

white cake. 



/Ci 



shai-t 



I (] , a kind of cake ; 



, cake, loaf; 



^mj 



AAAAAA 



° , Love Songs V, i, sweet cakes, date cakes. 
/Ill' 

sha-t, shai-t .^.n o , U. 585, .^.n , 



T. 309, ^-^, T. 351, ^ ^, KoUer 

1 W I f W I 
3> 5> ■^=r-5' n 



ie: 



3: 



Ci 



IZSZl 



31: 



w 



>^, letter, writing; plur 



13. 4, 



^ 



I I ' fl JT I I I 

^111' o I I I 



, Anastasi I, 
, Rec. 21, 83, 



letters, literature; for ^~T see metcha-t: 
""^^ ^, B.D. 141, I. 



Shai-t en sensen 



l\AAA T I 



AA/V\/VA AAAAAA 



^i' 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



I n OC AAAAAA 

I £^ AAAA^W AAAAAA 

rv AAAAAA O AAAAAA A I 

I 1 a I, '«Book of breath- 

-vwwv I W I W T I 

ings" — the title of a funerary work greatly 
esteemed in the Graeco-Roman Period. 



SH 



[731] 



SH 



rm 



Shai-t ent Te];iuti °^ 

•^ ii ' ^' Tfc^ ^ ' ^°°^ of Thoth. 
shaaut^^^^j, Sphinx III, 

132, human sacrifices. 

sha .... 

; piur. 

shai-t 



Ice:i=i(?) 



cznz] 



>(?) I I I 



cm , Amen. 9, i 
, Amen. 8, 6. 



^ Rec. 35, 204, sanc- 
tuary. 



r n to gnaw, 

^^^' to nibble. 



^^^, slaughter; see 



nszj 



X L-J' 



shait ™ 

pot, vessel. 

shafu ^^L-J, °° ^ 
134, ^(^; ^. 

. _zr decorated (?) 



shamu 



^, Rec. 8, 

Verbuni I, 196, to attack, to 
fight, to surround. 



rm 



shamrekh-t (?) 

[), Nastasen Stele 67 



I o r-TT-i 
1:1 00' /I ^f 



Shar-ur 



3CZ! 



Denderah III, 9, 28, 
a serpent-god. 



czszi 



Shash ""^ j to split, be opened. 

shash-t ™ o, U. 62=™ 

IZSZl o 



N. 316, knife. 



shash-t 



3E 



3 o Rev. 14, 137, dust ; 



shaq 



I W I 000 



Q , P. 643, M. 680, 



Copt, cyoeicy. 
cznzi 



to shave; var \^^; Copt ^UKJOKe. 

Shati ^3, P.S.B. 13, 438, a measure (?) 

„, -X 00 ^= - . , rvr\ X 
snat ^ a ^"=5?^, Methen 17, ^ fl >!>^: 



Anastasi, IV 2, ir, 






\^' 






^,^^^ 



CIEZ) -^ ^'5::^ to cut, to cut off, to slay ; Copt. 



shftt 



rxn 



I rrr-i 



rm. 



A I c=a ^>- III' ^=^ 
^ I' ;^ V III' ^V/u-fli' 



>!^ [ slaughter, carnage, wounds (?) slaugh- 
^ J\ I * terers. 

Shfitu ^3^ >!^ ^ , Mar. Karn. 52, 20, 

slayers, slaughterers. 

Shfit ^ X ™ fl B.D.95, 2. the gods 
* c^^xi '^isj^ II I Sll ' of slaughter. 

Shftt ^3^^, canal; Copt. Ojex. 



shipc3aflfla 



shi C3n(](l ^, infant, child. 

Shi c3o(j(]lwyw, C3o(](]o, ao[|[]0 
^imiu Rec. 27, 88, fiend, demon, Shai (?) 

^^^ '"' • Copt. cam. 

Rev., shame, disgrace ; 

Copt, ajine. 

place, house, shrine, building. 

shu (shemm ?) R fl , fire, heat. 

Shuti PP^°, Rec. 27, 84, light. 
Shu P 00, U. 241, 00 P ^, U. 185 
00 P^^, U. 415, T. 243, N. 1067, 1381 

M O 5^ ' ^^^' ^^' ^' ^^^ ^''■■8°^' ***^ Sun-god 
C3oK v^ fi , P. 606, Shu and 

Tefnut ; Gr. "^watv. 

Shu cszD p -^ , Mar. Aby. I, 44. 45 



Ombos I, 96 = Shu 
and Tefnut. 

Tuat VI, a spirit who destroyed 



□a SH [ 732 ] 

consort of Shu. 

Shu-tipp-||. 

Shu p, -- ' the dead. 

Shu R e Jj , Denderah III, 78, a child-god. 
Shu(5^|.Tua.VI, ajackaU,e.ded 

Shu C3a P % Jj ' Tomb of Seti I, one of 
the 75 forms of Ra (No. 13). 

Shutt(?) P^^^j' B-D- ^12. 2, a 
group of goddesses of Mendes. 

Shu em herit urit (?) P ^ ^=^ ' 

Berg. I, 14, a form of Shu. 

Shunebmaat psi 



SH 



CSO 



.<:i 



, the god 



^,^AAAA [\ ^ 
^^AA/v^ 

o 



of the I St hour of the day 

ShuentiemAten p^®^l) 

a title of Ra-Harmakhis. 

Shu 00%, U. 181, c3aP^", Rec. 
31, 12, P(2 li^, Rec. 27, 84, air, wind; 



fj tk "^ •*"** ^ vvind of the body, flatulence. 

S f? (^ Q to be dry, arid, hot ; Copt. ttJOOTe, 

in ' r (2 m ' ojoTODOT, Tcgo'^f JO- 

Shuiu pS [](] ^, dry, arid; O^P^ 
'^ § '^ 1 V "^ — ^ , U. 461, parched fields. 
shUU p^)"^, dry, hot; Copt. OJO'^je. 
ShU& P Q ^?' drought, heat. 

p^^:,A.z.35..s.p^ff.p^;;;, 

desert land, untilled or unfruitful ground, a dry 
place ; Copt. cyoOTe. 



shuit p(s()(j ;, A"^^^^^^ ^' ^^'^' P^^f^f, 

shUU P So, grains of dry incense. 
Shu p J^, A.Z. 1865, 28,'a desert tribe. 
Shut(?) P7^|j'lV,945,p7^i' 



(2 



|\ "^ V(5i I a class of servants (?) 
r ^ ^ I 

Shu C30p^^, U. 558, P. 282,c3a'i^^, 
p. 615,683, M. 525, 783, N. 1142, P^Q. Pq. 
Sphinx Stele 8, shade, shadow; plur. OO '^ 
"j" \\\, P. 683; ^^P ^ o' I^' 655, the 
shadow had turned ; van U y (Jlj q- 

shui IZSZ]P^,T. 367, P. 201, 658, 713, 

M. 765, 788, N. 182, p^%^, P^^' 
p(3^^,P'^(](j^^,tobe lacking, wanting, 

empty; P^^^](], A.Z. 1902,93, P^^ 
I (j, empty; oap^ T^' ■^' ^^^^ he of the 

empty hand : plur. p flWi i , helpless, indigent. 

Shu-t c3oP^, T. 199, 200, P. 311, 
N. 747, 1]^, U. 477, P^^, P^, P^' 



empty, ne 



D 



edy;P^^^, without; P^ 
, Metternich Stele 57, faultless; 



B ^ ^^ ^ ""^^ ^ "^ ' guileless, lacking 
eviljplur. p^°>^, p=>^|]i,IV, 6.0, 
wants, needs. 

ShUU P % ^ ^^ , a man lacking sense, 
needy man; plur. 00 P % ( ^, N. 937, 

a heartless or stupid man. 

shui-t oap^|](]^, P. 713, i=si:P^ 

^(lll^,M.788,p.[j(l^, p.[l(l;l,a 

vain or empty thing; ([[ ", P ^ 11 ^• 
empty years, i.e., years of famine ; Copt. 

cyoTeix. 



ryn 



SH 



[733 ] 



SH 



rvn 



Shu p^*"^, [5^*^^. IV, 1132, 

Anastasi I, i, 6, K v\ ,1) , A.Z. 1900, 

, uninscribed rolls of papyri, 
o I I I 

Shu, shui oap ^(](j, P. 565, an^ 
^(),P.463,00P(].P.464,P^,P(1I]|, 

R ^ R A /] Si J^"""- ^^- ^908, 259, 300, to 

V h' P S H ' rise up, to lift up ; Copt. OJtAJI. 

shuAu aap^,M. 54i,c3op^()^, 

p. 463, U. 486, i=n=i G % %^. those who lift up. 

shushu 00 P %>c3a p ^, ^° ^""^^^^^^ 

Shu-t fj _ , heaven, sky. 

shu P f H ^ , Rec. 2 1 , 85, to unload a ship 

Shu p 

shui-t p^qi)-; 

Shuit, Shuiti P S (j(] r^, Rechnung- 



Rec. 21, 89, to haggle, to 
trade as a merchant. 



' business, com- 
^ -/) ' merce. 



en 61, \e 



, merchant; plur, P %> l]l] T^ ^ I . 
Mar, Aby.I,8,84,[5^j(]^^|,p^ 



^ w 



business, to "make bazaar." 



shutip^^,p-;,-cHa„y,t 



shu-t 



OSZll 



p, T. 44, P. 89, M. 52, N. 37, 
P^, U. 621, ™p I, P. 712, p^, Dream 

Stele9,p,p^,p7, p^,p^7,p^, 
I) ^ , feather, hair, foliage, wing ; plur. r-^m 
^^PPP, P. 173, 710.N. i353,aop^'^ 
PPp,N. 940. 

shutippf^, p(.fl^,pp;;^,thetwo 

feathers or temples of Osiris. 



Shutl— ](]pp,T.359,'^Pp,M.»+ 
N. 685, .363,™pp^. N.759, Pp.p 
Rec;, ">, P^lljl], PP[p. p 

P ylll\\» P \\1P' ^ crown ornament con- 
sisting of a pair of feathers; B vl^Q' P^ 
ft ^ s "iJX ' pi"'0"s, feathers. 

Shut ent aptu P ^")P| ^ "^^ 

^ ^^ I , goose feathers. 

shu^entbikp^^l^JI) 

, hawk's feathers. 

Shut-ent.Mkp^^|7J(j 



B.D. 153B, 9, part of the hunting net of 
the Akeru-gods. 

Shu-tresti [5"3^"'<5, "south feather" 
r I *Y*\\ 1 1 I — a kmd of plant. 

shu-t Tehuti R "^ /% ^, "Thoth's 

feather" — a kind of plant. 

shui-tp|^.p.^.p^x5.p.(|() 
^,Ko„...p^(]qtr.p^^^. 

reeds, herbage in general. 
shu P ^ *to , she-ass. 

shu I— ^r-i v\ "f^ , well, lake, cistern, tank. 

shua □□ ^ '^, u. 583, N. 1233, 
00^ '^^^, Rec. 26, 67, oa f^ '^, 

37B, 7, oa ^ "^1 "^ , to be weak, miser- 
able, wretched, poor, helpless, to beg. 

shuau oa ^ ^ ^^ ^, oa f] 



aE3 



I U I 



SH 



[ 734 ] 



SH 



rvn 



^, poor man, beggar, one destitute; plur. 

^.P.„.6B.56,^f]^Hi,0-il 
^^, Rec. i6, 59; Copt. aoOTe (?) 

shuaut 00 ^ ^ , u. 431. i=E=i ^ ^ 



I 1 1 



1 1 1 



, T. 246, vile ones. 



Shuab (I2l=i -flJ ()' ^^^' 2' i°7, IV, 73, 
a kind of tree, persea; Copt. OJ^e, a^Ote. 
Shua (Sha) R \7, to begin. 

Shua (SM) P O f|, Jour. As. 1908, 275 
=a ^— J, to kill. 

shuam (sham) [5 ^ ^'^, P ^ 

^^ /^, little; Copt. cgHJUL. 

shuar (shar) ^ ^ ^, ^ ^ ^ 

' ^;;. \7 r. , to SHiitc, to strlkc, to be 
[ =° <::^^*-^' smitten; Copt. cg^^P- 

'^ , blows, 



shuart (sharut) ^ 

stripes. 

Shui C ^ Q !] S ' ^^ illumine. 

Shui-t C % !] f] q'^ I ' Peasant 223, p i^^^ ^ , 

shuip^qil 



-SS3*., 



B.D. (Saite) 31, t, a 
crocodile-god. 

c.i^..-.4V% 4- f? nn ^^ Kubban Stele 2, shade, 

shuim-t (sbim-t) ^ (j|| ^, place, 

house, building, shrine. 

Shuih P ()(] I ^ . Sphinx Stele 11 = 
I A , to travel, to journey. 

cake, loaves, bread, food. 



Shub P J^==*^. ^ev. 12, 107, course. 

shubu, shubi-t (qubu, qubi-t,?) 

oV,,,T^+i f? \1^^ A.Z. 1908, 117, shade, 
Shubtl [) J^J. ^ ' . 'shadow. 

shubbi p J J (jf) f . s^^^^^S' ^h^*^°^- 

«^^"^ P^"^' little; Copt.a|HJUL. 

shum khar shere p ^^^ 1 -^^ j^ ' 

Rev. 12, III, little child; Copt. OJKAA. 

&PaHpe. 

Shur P _23S ^ , Rev., to gather the grape 
harvest; Copt. XOJOjXe. 

Sburp p"^^^, Rev,, first; Copt. OJtwpTl, 

-s>.p^^ = pcHU5pi\. 

Shursh P<=>J4l| ^, Jour. As. 1908, 
248, to contend, to struggle ; Copt, cyepcyj. 

sheb C3nj(><), 00 J ^(X), 

collar, necklace, pectoral. 

shebi 00 J (](] O^' IV' ^93. czsa J 

o ^,- „ 11 fin ° beaded collar, neck- 

o,IV,892,oaJljlj|||, i^^g^ beads. 

sbeb, shebu c3a JJO ' ^- 429. N. 376, 

JO^,T.245,ooJ^O'U.98a, 

J^, U.98, 00 J ^.0 p. 78, 

^J^^§,M..o8,^J^^,M. 

705, N. 21, t^^ J^^' ^^"^ ^*' ^^'^' 
n^JQ, oaJcS3, c3oJ^|^, 

Rec. 33, 29, r-rr-i J 1 , Metternich Stele 239, 
J o, IV, 1045, t=^ J ^^' IV' "55, 



00 



czsa 
L3a 



I I t 



I I I 



', i-TT-i I'^^j, food offerings, food. 



SH 



[ 735 ] 



SH 



nn 



|o XI 



Ml' 



shebb-t rvn j 1 , Anastasi I, 26, 2, 

food, provisions. 

Sheb - 1 r-TT-i 1 I , r-n-i 1) '^ 

^ Jc^ 1' Jx 

n^~i J y , A.Z. 1864, 107, food-offering; 

r\n J /^^^ > N. 46, a joint of meat ; r-rm J 

x:=>s, M. 184, a bundle of vegetables (?) 

sheb-t f-TT-i 1U> ° , rwn 1 ° , czszi 1 ° , 
J III Jxiii Jin 

a kind of incense ; Copt. OJOOT (?) 

sheb r-CT-1 J(^ , throat; Copt. ajOTtJo6.e. 

shebb-t ooJJI^.^JJf.^ 

J Jn, throat; Copt. ttjE.a3fi.e. 

Shebb-en-Mesti oaJJ 



B.D. 99, 17, a post in the magical 

boat. 



X 



sheb i-xr-i J, C30JX, rm j 
r-\r-i j «> ^ L— afl, to mix, to prepare drink, 



X 






to brew ; var. ® J , 

shebb c^JJx^, o^JJ^, 

J J , to brew beer, to mix drink. 

shebsheb czso Jczsajx, My the i, 5, 



-3 ^ 



to mix, to prepare drink, to brew beer ; r\n J 
onJo,U. 98, N. 377. 

sheb-t on J , 1=30 J ^ ^^, czso J ^ ^ , 



a kind of drink. 







OCD 



8hebb4c^Jj;0,c^JJx,<f, 

j j „ I , a kind of drink . 



sheb oo Jx^, no J%x^, IV, 

, to exchange; 
Copt, cyi^e. 



.078, —J o -^ ^, '° <=''^"8e, to exchange ; 



I I O 



Sheb-t 00 j^^.ooJ^.'^J. 

exchange ; cnzD JU V ^ 1 , IV, 685, changes, 
rebellions; Copt. cyefilCO. 

shebsheb oojciaj ^ , IV, 1074, 

to calculate times and seasons. 

sheb-t(?) oaJ^Qj^z^, onjo. 
clepsydra. 

shebb-t ent gerh nrr-i j ^^^ 

^ 8 "^y^j change of the night (?) 

shebut □□ B^ ^&,^'"^^- *°' *°' 

^ X 21 speech, answer. 
Shebti ooJ^|; see^noj^jj. 

Shebtiu czsa J ^ ^ ' » the gods who 
assisted in building temples. 

sheb on J^^, to cut, to slay. 

Sheb on J(]e W,A-2- 1900,^20, to 

shebsheb ci li, fighting. 

shebut i=sn J ^ ^ ^ ^. IV, 685, 

rebellious, rebels; see 1 ir^- 

sheb on J |, Rec. 16, 141, csn J'^, 
r-vm J ^ II '^j a tree or plant. 

Shebb-t °nJJ|.™^,onJJ 

'^j (zsn 1 J Ck \I, a kind of reed. 

sheb-t i-trn y o ^ , P. 660, 772, M. 769, 
the tie of the Green crown , T Ck w . 

sheb-t r-^rn 1 o j^ , a measure for dates. 

sheba oo J'^^^^=^, U. 295, ooj 
^,P.87,ooJ^<^,T.37^. 
C30 J '^^^, N. 672, 732, 1348, a meat 

offering; plur. U 5,, pieces of meat. 

X ^111 

shebuooJ^^.->'°«-f4|» 



ryn 



SH 



[ 736 ] 



SH 



nc 



sheben oo J 



* ' — "^^ Ji 

X 



I VV I 



X 



oa II ^ , on 



AAAAAA 

X 

JAAAAAA n 
0^1^, Anastasi I, 3, 3, 

J'v*'*^^ XXX • 1 

a. vv>AAA , ^AAAAA , to iTiix togcther, 

to be mixed, to alloy ; Copt, cyoitfi., ctjortq. 

shebenu '^ — 1 , IV, 665, czso J ^ ^a ^ | » 
C3a 11 ^ % '^ "^ I . Rev. 6, 26, various, 
divers, mixed, miscellaneous ; 8 J ' g 
X J I , disordered apparel 



C£ I 



I OSZI 



sheben ciszi 1 r^^» 



J 



sacrificial cakes of 
various kinds. 

(X3 , an aroma- 



JAA^AAA 

tic substance. 

ShebnU t^a J % o, a kind of berry 
or seed; Copt, cy^^"- 



Sbep ^03 = *= - ^==N, a measure, 
the palm of the hand = four fingers ; see shesp 



Shep ""^^j to become; Copt. ttjaJUe. 

to flow, to 
run out. 



shep-^f-*,^^^, 



the flow of the poison. 



sbepi-t 

iischarge 

shepi 



3E 



Ci f v\ I 



, wound with 



SZl 



a discharge, fistula (?) 

r-TK-i r-TV-i <G=c3 czE 



,, Rev. II, i-^s, 
11 ' , to be ashamed ; D_ , Israel Stele 8, 

ashamed ; Copt. cyme. 

shep, shepa '"^^ rsSn, Rev. 13, 48, 
"^ [j © r?^ , Rec. 12, T09, '^Ij (s r5^ °|, 

Rev. 13, 41, gift, present, dowry. 

Shepp , Thes. 943, rich, wealthy. 



shep 



3a 



s:^^, basket, a prize of victory; 



8hep-t ™ % ™ I , R^v.. reward ; Copt, 



shep Of ■='<^> Rev- ^i> 183, light. 

ShePU '-^°-'%\® ^'g^^' radiance, splen- 
D _fl III' dour. 

Shep-t , a bright object 



Shep-t -^^, blindness, glaucoma. 



shep -^s^, U. 319, 608, -cst>-, 

P. 498, 510, ,^, Rec. 26, 67, 31, 27, 



Metternich Stele 43, .q-^^' ^•^- i9oo> 27, 



D X 



,^^, ^-<2>-, to be blind, to make 



blihd ; 



rrrn 
D. 






<s>- 



., I have 



blinded his eyes. 



shepU , the blind, the unseeing. 



Shep-her ^-^"f"^' R^^- 31, 3°, 



-^ 



^, a crocodile-god. 



r-TT-i 



Shepit '~"^^~' O , a form of the goddess 

Apitf^ ° 



wo 



shep-t Khensu 



ntrn 



;> 



1908, 19, the name of an amulet. 



shepa 



shepash C3a 

D 



O , U. 171; var. 



A.Z. 



O 






, Rev. 2, 4 



««'^ij:3 , forearm, thigh. 

l^^SZD f^ n Tuat VI, a warder of 



Shepi 



D 



the 5 th Gate. 



shepen - 1 



D 

AAAAAA 



□ r^, a scabby 



eruption of the skin ; Copt. cyc{>(ji3ni. 



shepen-t '~q~'^, iv, 821, czsa 
□ 5=5^ , a beer measure. 



0\\ 



V- 



=0= 



'^, □ vl, a plant used 



shepen ^^. _ ,,, 



in medicine; □ ,.,, □ ^,,,, q °,,V, 3, 



/VAAAAA ° III AAA/SAA 

the seed of the same. 



shepen-t 



D o 



(2111' 
, P. 610, a tree. 



OED 



SH 



[ 737 ] 



SH 



□a 



D lliu Jn I, to be noble, venerable, 

holy, honoured ; Jj\ M ^^ \ U , august. 

Shepses Jflfl to be honourable or splen- 
jnl \ ' did, to make splendid. 

Sheps ^P i], ^1 P> noble, honourable, 

venerable, magnificent, glorious, stately, splen- 
did, grand, admirable, august, majestic, sump- 
tuous, gorgeous. 

shepSU 1 ^ , P. 630, nobility, majesty. 

shepsu, shepsesu j^|^ | ^' ^ P^^* 

Inl 1 St' ^' ^^^^^f ^°' nobleman, gentle- 
man, man of wealth and position ; plur . 1 V' 

IV, 10 1 4, the august one in Khemenu (Hermo- 
polis). 

shepsit™[l^o,M.272,N. 889,^0, 

M^^^'M^' Metternich Stele 53, 'J^ \\ 

in M o> Pa ' bo"0"'"^t)le lady, gentlewoman, 
woman of wealth and position, goddess ; plur. 



Shepses ^|ip|i,^^jjpp, 

A.Z. 45, 124, honours, high positions, wealth, 

I , men of wealth ; 



treasures ; 



© 



M 



shepsu (?) "^^^ n -^ .0=5. .4;z5- , N. 8 1 7, 



Shepsi ^ p NN J , a holy vessel ; J ^ • 
A.Z. 1868, 86, a sacred vase; r^^ Q Q- 

sheps Jh , funerary monument or statue. 

Shepses J H 0, v^''^"'" l» 407. to work 

Sheps Jfl ^nibos I, 186-188, one of 
^ ill ' the 14 kau of Ra. 

Shepsi J n \\ ^^^- »7, "9. a ram-headed 
Jn I ' form of Thoth. 

Shepsu ^ni, 0™^s I, ^S, g^s^of 

Sheps ^, Tuat VII, a god with a 
V boomerang. 

snepesn , forearm — ^ CJV: 

p^'-me 111' ^°p^-a^"ffl- 

snepesn p -*c:=r^ , scimitar ; see _~__ 



Rev. 1 2, 49, the scimitar shepesh. 

Shepesh p <^S , the name of a god 

Shepsh-t '"^ ^, A.Z. 1906, 125, ^_ 

22, a goddess. 

Shept (?) "^^^ ^ , a kind of fish. 

snep-t O , , w .^.^ , 

shame, disgrace, ignominy ; Y» B'^* 

P ci -A I 

14, lo, 183, 12, shame, ill-will, ill-temper, a 
disease; ^^^ % ^^ 1 Y '^ '. I^, 370; 
, words of shame. 



[ZSZ] 






shepti (?) 

go, to depart (?) 



rvn 



A, 



asD nn <c?< 



to 



shept Tr%^, 



shame, disgrace ; Copt. 

cynrr. 



shef 



"g? . Rec 20, 42, ram. 



3 > 



SH 



[ 738 ] 



shef, shef^t ™() ^, l.d. ill, 65A, 



_. C30 oa^ J] I 



I , strength, 



might, power, valour, vigour, energy, force. 



shefshef-t ^^, P. .67, ™^ 



, M. 480, '^-^ ^, IV, 701, ^ ^ 






2Z) 



, power. 



might; J| 
shefit 



w 



, whose power is beneficent 



w 

CSZI 

w 



21 5 



W o 



I czsa 



c» 



^ ^, iy> 967, 



■:»«- Jl ' '=S 



^ 1' III' -^ 

w 



^li. 



s: 



2^, 



rvn 



1^^|i. ^]^'^- 



II, i8o, strength, might. 

shefshefiu ^ ^ 



\\ w 



21) 



[ ^ © A.Z. 46, 130, valiant men, coura- 
geous. 



I ill II 



Shefl *v^_ 21 > Tuat III, a form of Osiris. 



Shefiti 

r-':r-i 



o 22^ 



3ni 



w 



□ao^ 



^ls?j|'^,,^'Rec. 32,176, 
, he of divine strength. 



Shefut 



rvm 



, ^^, Tuat I, a 



warder of the gates of the Earth. 

Shefshefit ^=^^=^ 



a,, P. 267, 



czs=] 



r-^r-i 



, M. 480, N. 1247, a god. 



Sheflt-ha-t ™-=^ the four-headed 
o 111 Ck ' ram-god Khnemu. 

Shef, shefa ^^,™t.,^t:^. 



^^ C3SZ1 TVfl (2 
^ " ' ,^^^ 'y ,^_j,» Rev. 1 1, 68, to grasp, 

to seize ; var. ^^tra ; Copt. KOUUjqe (?) 

shefa 



shefshef 

to bring in. 



A , to attack. 



Vi, 



shef 



SH 

□O (2 CZSZ) 



cnzi 



^0,™0, to swell; 



Copt, cy^qe, cy^.qiojoT 

III' 

_g^iM' ^^jr 111' 



shefu-t ™^«,™^'^n3,°^ 

>^-=^ Jl 111'=^..=^ JTim'k^ 



(2 oiii' c^o' ^ ^111' 
O , swelling, pustule, tumour. 



Shef-her 



*^, Tuat VI, a god ; fern. 



, B.D. (Saite) 145, 38. 



shefu™^0,^0,^|| foa-, 

' ^^ Jr § Ml (? U I froth. 

ShefU ™^, a herb, 
(g III 

Shefshef-t (=^^=^^1 a seed used in 
^^ » <^ o I medicme. 

Shef[t]bet-t ™f 7, iv,44,™ J- 

, y ^, ""i-^— ¥» the god of the 

month Tybi (Copt. Ta)£.l). 

„-L_x.+ II3IZI rm ,. . ^ 

Snef-t ^^=_, ^^^^n, district; varr. ^ 






shefa ""^^^v Pn , Rev. n, 138, awe. 



rvn 



shefen(?) S^;^L=/), Rec 29, 150 



(?) 



31: 



Shefen 2^.==^ ^^, Alex. Stele i, 5, a small 



bird; plur. 

sheft 



shefti 



/VVAA/VV 



I I I 



Q = a <^ , before. 



, Rev. 14, 



21, ^^3 '^^, Rev. 14, 10, 21, enemy; var. 



W 

'^ ; Copt. ajA.qT-e. 
sheft ™c^^, 

ment, book, list ; plur. 

shefti ^ A 
cyA.qT-e. 



C3SZ] 
[ZSED 

, enemy = 



, writing, docu- 



O 



sheft 



oa (2 X C3a 



L-y] 



; Copt. 



, Rec. 



25, 195, to seize, to grasp. 

Sheft bet-t ^ °^ t, the god of the 

month Tybi (Copt. TtW.BLe). 



rm 



SH 



[ 789 ] 



SH 



shefti-t 

on AH Ci C3XZ1 (li rtr-i ^ 



ys^^, Rev. II, 132, 

7, 2, bier, funeral bed. 

Sheftu ^^^=>^, Peasant 305, ^ 

^^11 , Amen. 27, 9, book, writing, roll, 

volume, list, magistrate's charge sheet (IV, 1 109) ; 
plur. »^<=^ , >^,=^ I Rec. 26, 13. 

Shem oa^v^ , '^^^^^, relative, kin, 
father-in-law ; Copt. CIJOAJL. 

Shemi-t (=n=i ^\ (j (1 5 («=!D , fem. of pre- 
ceding ; Copt. cytJOJULe. 

Shemu c»«v^ '^^j Rev. 13, r, little 
Rev. 14, 13, young 



'*^ yWv. I I I 



ones. ^1^1^^,.^- M,^.3^,^ou^g 



shem-t(?) =^^11 

14, 13, boon companions. 

shem c=s=i|\ ^, Roug^ l.H.II, 117 = 



shemu ^=jp 
shem 



, Rev. 



a wise man, a skilled tradesman, 

knowing. 

^ ^ ] Leyd. Pap. 6, 6, 
i I ' spells, incantations. 

zz rvn 



rw-\ a A 



A ' y\ /^' J\ 



:, Rec. 27, 



, ^-jj^ A , to go, to march, to travel ; 



w 



• Ti] 



A } 



Herusatef Stele 81, C^=l (1 /\ , Amen. 13, i, 
going, goer ; Copt, cge, Ojei. 



C3ED 



A 






shemu cy^^y,, [^ 

traveller ; plur. ^ j - T^^,, T^^ 



1 1 



' ^~J^ ' ^ I , advancing hosts; '"^ 

shem-t t^ 



A 



, "^ ^, N. 659, 
T^5^. P- 606, T^, journey, a 



going; plur. cy 

o I 
I. 
A I 



^ A A 



. U. 390, C^ 



'^I^- 574» N. 1 180, ways, journeys. 

Shem ra c^ ^ c^ ^^ ^ to 



set the mouth in motion against someone, to 
speak evil, to slander. 

Shem ra cy ^^, iv, 97,, Thes. 

1482, slanderer, backbiter. 

shem her mu cy T ^ 

1 25 1, to be a confederate or ally of someone, 
to owe allegiance to someone. 

-^ '^^^ to act as pilot 
In' or guide. 



VS«AAA 

"^^^^j Thes. 
A 



shem ta t^ 



shem-t aanra ^^jp 



A 



I I I 



W EUD ^ Gol. 6, 14, Alt K. 848, a kind of 
=* ' <^3> bread, cake. 

'=^^ *=> ' l.«Zl akin^f 



shem ra khet 



A 



'o o o o mcense. 



Shem Ra (He-t Shem-Ra) 

Palermo Stele, a building. 

shem reth cy ^^"^^^^ ^ ' 

> , the name of a serpent amulet 



¥ 






t I 



shemu c^ ^ aa^/va. v^, p. 204, c^ 

-www J N. II 60, I 161 



shemut(?) Till, IV, 839 

^ a wooden ob- 
.3-^' ject, tool(?) 

[30czc:u Tuatlll, agod 



shemi-t c^ 
Shemshem 



A A 



Shemti c^^^^a 



^ w 



in the Tuat. 
, Tomb of Seti I, 



one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 72). 

Shemti— ^°, ^^-^, 

Tuat IX, a serpent with four heads at each end 
of his body and eight pairs of legs. 

sheinoo|^(^,oo^f|. A.2L 
1906, 29, rm ^s^^ ^ 11 . to be hot; varr. 

3 A 2 



SH 



[740 ] 



SH 



rvn 



shemm c3o ^ |^ fj , ^fj, 

^Q ^, Amen. 4, i7i5. ^S. 6, i, 
, 13, BBG fl . to be or become hot, hot; 
Copt. p^JLOJUL, Heb. D?2n, Syr. ,^e^, Arab. 



C30 
II 






shemm-t czsa^^f^ , oa | ] ^ 
Q , A.Z. 1906, 12 2, heat, fire, flame, fever; plur. 



oa 



shemm-t czsa 
shemshem-t 



C3,c3a 



j some hot, strong- 
1^1' smelling substance. 



U. 640, r^!r\ ^ 00 






^ , ' ~^^ ^ ~~^^ ^r , sesame seed ; Copt. 



ceJULCHJUL, Arab. ^.u*<4-<j • 

shemshem czsn ^v cszi 

hot wind, sirOcco. 

Shem r-^rn ^v (^_ , demon, foe, 

shemm r-trn 
the summer inundation. 



' Y J 



, to inundate, 



shem, shemu 



CZSCD 



AAAAAA • AAAAAA Q « 1-i. i->'. •L-L-L) 

AAAAAA ' AAAAAA ' 
A/VNAAA AAAAAA 



,^;,A.Z, ,906, ..8,oa^(]^, 
Jour. As. 1908, 290, the season of summer ; 
rO %> ® I ^So, Pap. 3024, 86, days of 

<__> /' I I AAAAAA 

summer; Copt. cytXJAJL. It began soon after 
July 19 and ended about November 15 ; its 
four months were : 

I. AAAA O = Pachons. 3. aaaa O = Epiphi. 

I aaaa III 1^^ 

I WAA I I I AAAA 



2. AAAAO = Payni. 4. 

I I AAAA •' ^ 

I I AAAA 



AAAA 
I I AAAA 
I I AAAA 



O = Mesore. 



Shemu 



■ 1 1 I AAAAAA 

ftAAAAA^ Ombos I, 90, the god 



of Summer ; Copt. OJOJAJL. 



shemu aaaaaa .••"' , Israel Stele 25, Rev. 6, 



rT\-l _, , C3SZ1 

26, 13, 217, :wwvA=^^, Rechnungen 74, aaaa^ 

AAAAAA.'''^ • AAAAAA .' , , ^M»^ ^ "' . . . ' 

a. AAAAAA 

IV, 499, p. III6B, 19, IZSZl ^ AAAAAA 



'a'Sl^ 



Amen. 6, 9, ^^^Z^fT^' ^^^"• 
^9.4, i30^[)e^, Rev. 14, 51,00^ 
f\ ^ , Rev. 14, 46, the harvest; Copt. OJOJJUL. 



shem-t 



r-vi— I 



house, shrine. 

shemm-t c3o 

3x: 



3a 






,Rev. 13,20, 
, stable, stud farm; plur. 



Rev. 6, 26, chief of the stud farm 

shemshem r-^v-t 



S=] 



^ 



Amherst Pap. 48, room (?) chamber (?) 



shma 



3 



M. 216, N. 586, to pray, 
to make a vow. 



shma ^^ 7\ , T. 55, to go. 



shma 



^ • ^ E • _> 



cs: 



Ml' 



foreigner, stranger ; plur. shmau / 

used in a bad sense, devils, demons; C^opt. 

OJJUUULO. 

fs /^V enemy, demon. 



shmai ^ 



destroyer. 

shma izEzi^^h^, ^^^^^^^^^' 
plur. ^ ^ I I , Rec. 31, 30. 

Shma (Shmai) ^^."fis"-;-^',! 

Shma^/'-8<'d°f'he.5.H_day^of 
Shmait-aakhu "^^^^ "> T^at IX, 

a singing-goddess. 

Shmaau-mer ^(1^1^^';^, 

Ombos II, 134, a mythological being. 

shmau '^%^'^'i' ^^^- 3°>67 



rvri 



SH 



[741] 



SH 



shmam 



^• 



J" 



^k^-®kk 



to be hot. 



V H Si' ^^^* 3' ^' stranger, foreigner, 
/U I Rec. 15, 178, nomad ruffians, barbarians; 



shmam 



Copt. cyjULJULO. 



92, 3, to vow, to offer up, to pray. 



J" 



shmam ^ -^ . 3 



I , a plant. 

Shm.a I J\ , to go, to travel = r-^rn j\ , 

Copt. JULoocye. 

shma ^-^( = oa^^, A.Z. 1907, 
9, ChampoUion, Notices I, 649), ^=-^ 1 , ^Xj 

Ml' ¥111' '^' '^ 1' "^ ©' '^©' 

"^S' "^1^' "^r^' ^tt!"®' ^ 

South, the country of the South, i.e., Upper 

Egypt; -^^affi ^f^^©, ^ 

North, i.e., Upper and Lower Egypt. 

Shmait -=4^ ^ T)^ , Ani 20, 10, one of 
the uraei on the brow of Ra. 

Shmait 4^ "^ D« . ^^^ goddess of the 
T^ O m South. 

Shmau ^ — o^^.A.Z. 1910,128, 
gods of the South. 

Shma ^ ..••;^^, B.D. 169, 9, ^ /O, grain 
of the South. 

shma -i-fl ° , stone of the South, emerald. 



Shm&-t -Xj '^ 5 , bandlet made of a special 
kind of linen; *1* T U ', A.Z. 1907, 20, 

Shmft-t -Lo °^, a plant. 

shmftit ^ hh ] o>^, Rev. 14, 9, -^ 
] , Rev. 15, 17, books of the South. 

J^:^ III 

shma-s ^_i][l,^p^.^-^p. 

^ p. Sphinx Stele 10, ^^^^, ^^^ P' 

-4^ /[ /] n Sphinx Stele 10, the crown 

© V ' VI ' of the South. 

shmai ^ ^, ^^, ^ "^, -^ 

Q?i, to sing, to play a musical instrument, 

smger, player ; 1 QA , musician ; *L* 

v^ XAr I » musicians. 

shmai-t ^"^(jlj^, Rec. i6, 70, -Xfl 

^ ^, singing woman; plur. ^ ofl I' 

\^ f\ \ Rec. 29, 166, singers male and female, 
^a r choir. 

Jour. As. 1908, 263, 266, -^^ ^ '^^' 
Rev. 14, 15, to destroy, to ruin, to overthrow, 
to undo, corrupt, perverse ; Copt. (TboAJLe. 

Shmentheth czszi ^^ ^^^ JL. . Tuat 

IV, a goddess in the Tuat. 

shemer ""^^ , Rev. = cyXLuio (?) 

stranger, foreigner. 



shemer-t 

I.H. II, 115, bow; plur 



rvr\' 



>, Roug^, 



. ^ 



niTT 



£i II «=:^^ I I I 
, " bow of heaven " (Tuat X) on 

which Set and Horus stand ; Copt. 2£e&.eX (.•*) 

Shemer-t ^? 



, Ombos I, 143, the 

divine bow which destroyed the king's foes. 

3 A 3 



C30 



SH [ 742 ] 

\ Tuat X, a bow- 



SH 



rvn 



w 



Shemer-thi 

god and bow-goddess. 

shems oa^ p, T. 270, oa p ^, M. 433. 

^^P^^' B.M. 49343, ^l](]^-=^' R^^" 

P. 160, 3 , Rec. 15, 47, to follow in the train 
of some one, to be a member of a bodyguard, 
an adherent, an. associate, a follower; Copt. 
cyixcge, Heb. ^}r. 

Shems ^^ -*- , service, following. 



Shems-t C30 i D o , U. 3 1 3 i^i^), service (?) 

Shemsi ab ^ ^ "^ > to follow one's de- 

. ,. . ^ <Pf the name of a room 
sire or inchnation ; ^ ^ » in the palace. 



shemsi anti ^ [1 7\ ^^ I' P^''^^™' 

ance of a ceremony in which myrrh was offered. 

shemsi utcha S R tn. ^J^"^ A' to 

follow regularly and systematically. 

shemisi menkh-t g ' -^ ^^ 1^1 ^^^7' 

a festival in which a bandlet played a prominent 
part. 

shemsi Heru ^^ ^1^ . Palermo 
Stele, celebration of a festival of Horus. 

shemsi khenu-t ^ p ^ ^ g |^' ^e^- 

6, II, to celebrate the cult of a statue. 

shemsi sekh-t ^ ^ M^2. ^' "^^''" ''^' 

65, to perform field service. 

Shems Seker J P^^^^^ 000 



© a festival of Seker in which the god went 
';;2:7 ' round the walls. 

shemsu rix-i fl n, M. 394, 9 1 ' ^' ^ | -^ ' 

servant, attendant, ministrant, follower; plur 



w 

7i 



W 



n 3t^ ^ ^\ Rec. 36, 216, tram, retmue, 
I '^^7^ 5211' bodyguard. 

, a lady of 



rvn 



shems -t aa-t 






high birth, a descendant of an old family. 

shemsnesu ^1^^ , ^z:7,iv, looi, 

T ^ y^ IV, 1026, a royal envoy 

^o ^ y^ <=>^ 111'^"=^' to foreign lands. 

Shemsu ^^p']' R^^. 2, 126, ^^= 



J^ I 



Hymn Darius 31, follower of the god, a 
member of the divine bodyguard ; plur. C30 1 1 ^ 
^:^,P..6, ooP^"]^^^, M. 8,oa 

P^A^|^'R^^-3°.^9i>oop^y^|l, 

ibid.33,35,^^yij^^:^:^'^P.C. 

Shemsu ^^, ^,T-t XII, a^go^^^^^^^^ 

Shemsu ^ P J ' , Thes. 131, a group of 
stars in the Thigh (Great Bear). 

Shemsi Asar ^ P^ jj© ^' Methen 34, 

follower of Osiris; plur. nszi ^y\ j^' ^• 
487, 698, 00 p ^ ^ ^ ° X' ^- ^°^' 



I (VAAAAA 



-«s^ 



, chief followers of Osiris. 

Shemsa en Mehi ^ [j 

B.D., a follower of Mehi. 



\\J\ 



o<::>c 



Shemsu en Nebertcher 



B* ^, B.D., the followers of Nebertcher. 

Shemsi en Tehuti n ^^^^ ^^ ^» 

B.D. 183, 4, follower of Thoth. 

Shemsu neteru ^ P^^ 5^ I Im' 

B.D., the followers of the gods. 

Shemsu neter aa ^ p ^ ^^^ "^ ^ j^ . 

followers of the Great God. 



rm 



SH 



[ 743 ] 



SH 



nn 



Shemsu Ra (=e=] 8 P ^0» t. 236, 

^^O j. P- 699, C33Z] [I ^^O, U. 495. 
M. 253, c3op^^ ^^^O, N. 1162. 

, ^ P ^ ^ ^"^^ 3f' *^^ followers of Ra; 



C=SS=] 



^ 



AAAAAA 



A 111 I \ii ^ u _a>5s- ® y\ 

of Ra in the train of Osiris. 

Shemsu Hap S R 7\ /^ ^ , Nesi- 
Amsu 12, 6, the followers of the Nile-god. 

Shemsu Heru ^ ^^^^, P. 
166, ^ ^^^^, M. 319, 00 p^^ 
^4^^. N. 832, oop^^^ 

1=^ p ^.^ ^^^ ^, N. 1099 (see 

^' H P ^ ^ ^' *^^ followers, i.e., suc- 
cessors of Horus (the kings of the Predynastic 
Period). 

Shemsut He-t-Her ^0^%^ 



CZEZl 



Rec. 27, 223, the followers of Hathor. 
Shemsi \ (1(1 ^, Rec. n, 170 = -^ 

shemes 00 [] §, c3o fjl P f , (=s=i 

^ P |, □□ I p ^ Ijl, ear of corn; plur. 

snemt o , _ = r=% -wwva 

yeast. 



Shemtt 



OED 



, a goddess. 



shen 



Shen-t-amm (?) 






to hover over, 
to alight. 



lA 



Tuat IX, a fiery, blood-drinking serpent- 
god. 



shenu ^ ,u. ai3,iz3ED 5 .^^'l^s^, 
P. 453,°° 9^, P. 689, 2 L-fl, 5^ e. 

Q, 5i O, to go round, to encircle, to 

surround, to enclose, to shut up in the hand, to 
beleaguer a city, to obstruct a road, 

shenu ^ o, ^ O, 5, Q. X c 



9. 



A/SAAW AAAA/VA 









/VrfW/SA 



~wwv (-^^ 5 ^ ®, Q fj, circuit, circle 
periphery, circumference, orbit, revolution ; Q Q 
the two circuits, ^ ^, Thes. 165. 

shenn ,7.82,304, x Q,A.Z. 

1908, 117, circle, circuit. 

/S/WV\A 

Shenn-t 5 '^ L— Zl, circle. 

shen-t >< o, T. 275, aa5 ^=5, 

A/VWSA ^^ 

U. 234, >< ^, 5^^U-fl,TombosStele2, 

^ '^ ^^ a circuiting, a going round, revo- 
A L-J]' ci7\ ' lution. 

shen aten ^^ cz:> (1 v^ , 5 r»^ 

n ^^ the circuit of 
H O ' the solar disk. 



I /VNAA/VA 1 I 






Shen ur ^ ^^ ,T. 275, P. 28, Tombos 

Stele 16, - ^^C=D, N. 67, ^ Z^^*, 

38, T (0^^ I ' ^•^- '905. 15, yS* 

Q ^ 1=1, the Great Circle ; ^^ § ^^' 
IV, 617, the circuit of the Great Circle; €ZI3 
^ -^ <:rr> , the islands of Shen-ur. 

_2r III /\AAA/VA 1 1 

shenu ent pet T ^ Q «?=», the 

circuit of heaven. 

shenu en ta f ^ Q 



^ the circuit of 
I n ' the earth. 

3 A 4 



C3n 



SH 



[ 744 ] 



SH 



nszi 



sheni-t ^ () (J ^, circle, circuit. 

Shenu Q , endless time, eternity H i 1 
10,000,000 years. 

8henl-t 2 Mp:^, 9 M\ 



Q 



c-zi, 



, a chamber in a temple. 

Sheniut § M %^ c-zi, B.D. 17, 32, 

ihe chamber of punishment of Osiris. 
Shenu-t f ^ ^ . Leyd. Pap. 10, 13, T 

.courtyard, court (?) 

Q O^ 5 „ tk ifk Q 



AAA^/NA (2 C-i AAAAAA _Zr IJj O 



shenu ^ X^' ^ ^ 

AAAAAA C2 CLI AAAAAA 

, court oflficial, court nobleman ; plur. shenut 



5 ^|,Rec. 30, 187, 31, 18, 5 



9. 







I, ibid. 26,234,31, 



170, 5 O^'t^Vi^', Peasant 140, ^ O 

AAAAAA JlL IJJ Cil I AAAAAA 

^.^ I. ^ ^ J'. 5 1, 5 0^1, 

7] V I I AAAAAA (2 i_-l I AAAAAA O j fJ^AAAA C_I I 

the court of a king or god. 

shenit ^ 



5 



' 5 

I' 

I AAAAAA 



.2 



'!• 



y^ O , the nobles at Court; ? ^ 
I , the four sons of Horus. 



AAAAAA 



Shenit ^ Ijlj - ffl ^ j. B.D. 30B, 4, 

the divine court of Osiris. 

Shenu g | j. ^ (jlj |||. the honourable 
or beatified dead. 

Shennu 9. ^ j) I , Tuat ill, the gods 

AAAAAA (3 5l1 I who avenged Ra. 

Shen-ur ^ 3^, 0"^^°^ i' 319, a god 

^^ AAAAAA of offenngs. 

Shenit-urit ^ J)^, Denderah II, 54, 
ci lli o a form of Hathor. 

shenu 2 ~^, Q,Qe, lake, the Nile- 

I T==T * T=r ' T=r ' flood. 

shenu T , Koller 4, 3, vases, vessels. 



shenu Q "^^ , archetype of a manuscript. 



shen 



r-TT-i 



5, U. 555, A'wsAA Hh. 328, to 



rage, to wrangle, to fight, to dispute; Copt. 

cyme. 

shen&u ™ [1 %^, N. 1000, ™ 5 (1 ^ . 

AAAAAA 1 _2I AAAAAA 1 _Z1 

U. 602, N. 995, 999, wrangler, striver. 

AAAAAA n 

} , Rev. 12, 119, to dispute; 
^^, Amen. 14, 3, litigious man. 



shenn 



i 



AAAA^VA 
AAAAAA 



shenn-t Q '^'^'^^ "'^^ , dispute. 

Sheni ab 9. '^f=^^t Peasant 270, to 

AAAAAA (£ J J I 

be wroth, to be angry, to quarrel. 

shen 9. O %^<s^, Peasant 130, 9 

AAAAAA _Zr A/WW\ 

■=sa^ , Pap. 3024, 74, X 'v 

AAAAAA >C: -/ 

quietude, enmity (?) danger (?) 

Q AAAAAA /^ Q /V 

shen 



k_==fl 



, 5 O , dis- 

AAAAAA 

, hateful. 



hostile, inimical. 

shennu ? 

fighters, enmity, strife 

shnu 9 %^ 

AAAAAA .Jl 

, 9 O 

, 5 Q 5 » soldiers, warriors, fighters. 

sheni 9 ^^, 2 ^,^^&^. 

AAAA^W AAAAAA "TT — " AAAAAA <i_X C— I 

, to be sick, to be 



1, Amen. 9,8, 16,14, 



. 2 



, 2 

'" AAAAAA O 



AAAA^W 

Nastasen Stele 10 



helpless, depressed, cast down ; Copt. cyoJIte. 

Rec. 32, 84, to be ill, 
sick. 



/ 



snenn aaaaaa 



r\ AAAAAA ' Q 

shenn -^ aaaaaa q^ r^v. 14, 12, >■ 



AAAAAA 
/WAAAA 



I I I 



AAAAAA 

shenn-t T ^o^, oppression, weariness. 



Rev. 13, 3, mental sickness, disgust 

AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



shen-t 5 



, 9 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



^■1 



sickness, illness; Copt, cycoite. 

_ .*> g AAAAAA 

shnu 9 o^"^, f-^^^, a 

AAAAAA _Zl XL li: 



j evils, evil beings 

> 



sick man. 



C3EJ SH 

shenn ^^ ,.^. - 



[745] 



SH 



rm 






© O trouble, 
00 ^ ^ ' nausea. 



5 (2^ 

AAAAA «r^] 

> o ^ ? 



00 U-fl 
shen, shnu ^ w 

/vs/vs 

af ' ^ ' 1 9f ' 1 

drli /VAAAAA ^ <*^1 ^ 

-^^f to speak, to proclaim, to tell, to relate, to 
ask, to enquire into, to cast a spell, to recite 
incantations, to adjure, to conjure, to curse, to 
blaspheme, to work magic; Copt, cyilte. 

shni 11^^^. 

9. 



invoker, pleader, en- 
treater. 



5 " 



shni-t 9. 

A/\AA 

'V CD Sf ' IV' 694, f ^ ^, 

T -^fcw,' adjuration, incantation, spell, ban, 

curse, order for allotment; Copt, cyilte. 

Shnil X "^'"'^ ^ I "^^g'*^^' formulae, spells, 
Q. 211' incantations. 

shnu 9. 0%^, IV, 1 1 14, litigant, 
disputant, party in a law case, the plaintiff (?) 
shenn 9 i/^ ^^^- '^' '^' ^^ demand; 

I Si /wsaaa' Copt. a^me. 

shenn ^ ^ 

shenn-t ? 

seeking, enquiry, petition 



to cry out, to invoke, 
to entreat. 



, 5 "^''^ Q . appeal, a 



AAAAAA 



/VVVVV\ 

shen-t 5 ^ , I, 13, 



o 



^^, IV, 1081, 
n 1 5, a case at law, a judicial inquiry ; shen-t 
khe-t Q , to have a case at law. 



shenit 9 



, Rec. 17,47, X 



:, Rev. 14, 74, a legal interrogation, a case 
for trial by law. 

shenit T -^^ , a seeking out, quest. 

A o I 

shnu 5 ' ' ' I views, opinions, specula- 
-^^ I ' tions (?) 



shen, shni ^ r^ . f 



tie up, to tie together, to load. 

5 o e 



shen-t 9 



Shna-t y^, cord, tie, rope, 



L— /I, to 
, a tie, binding. 



Shnu 5^5. 5 Q 



^9. Pap. 3oa4, 

1 (1^,^. LoveSong84,8;2^5 0^ 

AAAAAA I _ZI Ml V2 III 

Rec. 16, no, fishing net; Copt. cyitC 

shen 

N. 1 1 06, 



,P.28i,°°^.M.525. 

AAAAAA 

^ t t l 1 

^'^'=3».'=^,P- 30*, ^. 

AAAAAA AAAAAA 'vi! AAAAAA \S. AAAAAA _Il "" 

AAAAAA III'JlO em' U*' l^r ,,,VWW ^ III' 

^ \\ "IJX' ^ ^^ "tlX !• ¥ () !^» hair, foliage 

^AAAAA "™ AAAAAA "~ I A 1 I I I 

of a plant or tree ; 9 ° , 5 ^ ^ " » berries 

AAAAAA III *•* III 

of a tree, fruit. 

On AAAAAA 
TT A^^AAA I' It I 

Y AAAAAA^ a tree; plur. aaaa^ 



I I I 



", 5 

r^- O (2 I I I AAAAAA 

gardens; Copt. cyHIt. 

shen benr& 9 w J^ j ^'^^^ () K, 

AAAAAA B ,^ <^^> 1 / 

AA/WAA v^ 'ill ' I 

shea ta GDl ^T i , Peasant 33, 

\\ 1 1 1 I n ^ I 

"IJX '^, Rec 27,87, 'lli.^^^o, 5 >T\^'^I, 

=???=l II II IS III AAAAAA '^ I n I 



2°^ 



AAAAAA \\ "* I n j AAAAAA \\ I SI AAAAAA (2 



!, 



9 



H III S I 



I S AAAAAA 

'^, grass, herbage; 



'^Jr 



AA/vvAA ^j a kind of tree : Copt. OjajHIt (?) 
Shen 9 "t^, B.D. 17, 70 fT, a storm 

AAAAAA I I I 

cloud that covered the right eye of R5. 



C30 



SH 



[ 746 ] 



SH 



Shenit(?) 9. ^, p. 815, M. 244, 

Q. , Denderah I, 6, 

^* ber, limb 



O fi Berg. I, 19, a ser- 
li O CI ' pent-goddess. 

8hen-t 9 o. ^•^- ^37, 16, flesh, mem- 
J^ K her. hmb. 

Shen-ti 5 ,, ^, 2,, ^. a kind 



w 



!, a kind of bird, 



of bird, heron (?) 

shenshen 9. 9. 

/SAA/S/\A /SA/WAA 

heron (?) (Perhaps a verb.) 

Shna I; !] ^' J; f) ^ ^^, fishspawn, 
stinking fish. 

shniu ™(]^^ = ™(j^^, 

small, little. 

shena-t ■=^ [) "" Q Rec. 30, 67, the cir- 
ft^wvw 1 \> i cuit of heaven. 

shna-t'=^(lolf,N..o66,°°a"l(l 

/www 1 5}»>> AAAAAA I 1 

' /VWVNA 1 r i AA/WNA I »»» .Q. Vj 

Storm, hurricane, tempest; plur. x U '^ 

A/VWW I 



I , U. 470. 
Shni-t y (1 (1 ^ jj||| 1 , rainstorm, tempest. 

/W\AAA 1 I >>>>>> I 

shna-t °° (1 o 8, U. 609, T. 223, haii- 

/wwvA 1 O Stones. 

Shnat X (I |l r|| > a goddess of Busiris. 

Shna-t-pet-uthes-t-neter 2 j] o 

/WVWN I 



D ^' 



148, one of the seven divine Cows. 

Shnit-neteru(F)f(]-ji|=]^ 



^^' 



one of the seven divine Cows. 



/W\/SAft /VAA/VAA 



shna /www A.Z. 47, 1 1 2, Q — o, Q — 1 



IV, 498, e^-iiL-fl, 5 

A V^ AA/VA/\ 



■^ 



^^, Rea34, 179, J^'^T'' 



Q c 5 

/WWV\ (27^ - C 



5 






^^^2^7^, A.Z. 

O V _®aS /W«AAA 

., T (1(1 L-=/), to repulse. 



A/IA/VSA 

■^ (2 



to drive back, to turn away; Copt. cyoJIt, 



shnau "'w^' wi 1, Thes. 1251, 5 — '^w 1 , 

A.Z. ^5, 17, men who kept the road clear for 
processions. 



shna-t 9. 

/wv 

,9. 



9 — 

/W^A/^A 7\ 

9 _ 



/WWVN ^k 



°>v<f 1 1 1 



'Ss^, IV, 1 193, repulse; 
, repulsings, stoppages; 



7\ 

I I I 



, hesitating, timid (of fish). 



'^ "O" to resist, to oppose, 
a I ' to be obstinate. 

QO vv/vv. QO ^'""'^ 



i 



shna /wwvA Q2i, repulsive (a man's character). 

-9 $L 

shna WNAAA j\ V^ ^ warder, guard, guardian. 

shna ab <^ 

shna ^AAAAA l|j|r, "^ ^ ^jjjy' , ^ "" , 5 

Q - -/I ' ' " .Q- »>>>> AAAAAA J 

||r , storm, tempest, hurricane ; variants : — 

AAAAAA 

'^ 'ffft'' ^'^^"- ^Sj i> 14) 7j storm, tempest. 

shna w«AAA ^^yjj f , the side of a road. 

^%->^ « 

shna crm , Rec. 24, 96, " ^^ , 

- -/I /' /WNAWV I 1 

granary, barn; plur. Q ^^^ '^^ ^ ^^^, 5 ^ 

^ y %^ 3 , Decrets 29. 

shnaii aaaaaa v> t::^ , P. 422, aaaaaa v^^, 

A/r A^r- l=SZl ci ki^iril Peasant 64, cabin of a 

M. OC;, AAAAAA ^' 

"^ a W J\ boat, shrine. 



snna-ti aaaaaa 

- — 0\\ jA 



I 

I o. 



shna, shnar | ^^ ^, | g ^^^ 

iz.^' i^^% ±r^' ± 

" '^ "^ ^^"^^ (5 ''^ ^ plant used in medi- 

_2^ III' 9>y, Ml' cine. 

shna, shnar 9 '^ ° , 9 ° o , 

AAAA/W (~ III AAAAAA ^*'^^ O 

^ -^^> Q '^ -^ a seed or fruit used in 

Aww\ A ' yas Ml' medicine. 



lion. 



g AAAA/W I 1 

Shna 2 5^ ^ 

shna-t, shenra-t 6 



AAAAAA ^^. ; 



5 p , breast 



I \\ '1 



SH 



[ 747 ] 



SH 



.&t, 



-feft 



9. X y^ 



shnar 9. 

A I IIIMIIII A T~7 <ZK,a 

2 ^ 



-2» 



^, 



(?. -25& 



to turn back, 



i 

to drive back, to keep off. 

shnariu ^.£a&(](] | [M.Roug^i.H. 

256, a class of officials. 

Shnar 9. — ^ , 5 ° O , a disease, 

stoppage of bowels (?) 

Shnar ^^1 fl ^-^-G- 785, a god of 

_2as I 5iJ' Shnar in the Delta. 

Shnar ^ j^ mm, ^ .^^ ^c^, a 

sacred serpent. 

Shnar[it] ^,^^, B.D.G. .63, a 

goddess of u^°^ ^ww^ 77 @ . 



OSZl 



Shni f 0(l(|7\,'-^(l(l7^,Rev. II, 162 

Jj- 11 /\AA/VV\ 11 

= Copt, cyme, to seek after. 

Shnit 1^ (](j ^, Tuat I, a light-goddess. 
I, musician. 



snnu AA/vw\ 
Shnu 2 ^ 

/vww\ (2 



B.D. 142, III, 12, a 
city of Osiris. 



snnn ftA/wAA 
o (3 



o 



food, produce. 

1(5 ^ lll'^.ww.(3|||'l^J^o o o' 

fruit, grain. 

Shnu 9. o\^,^-^- ^25, I, 16... 



e 



shnu-t 5 £ ^, p. 395, M. 563, N. 1 1 70. 

tsO^ I , granary; plur. [^ ". .iTli 
I I I ' 'III A (3 1^^=^ CT] I ^ W ci wc-u 

Shneb 1 "V , a horn weapon or tool 

, U. 169, p. 204 



shneb-t "^^ 

/SAA/W\ 



o,Ikherneferti5,^J ^^. IV, 612, 



skin, hide; Copt. Ojriqe. 

shnebi-t ^ J /)() ^, skin, hide. 

Shnep ^^ ^ ^° sniff the air, to smell, 
Q ' nostrils. 

shnep /wwvA A , a fine cloth. 

Shnep ™ '^, ^ ^7, ^ '^, ^ 

f}, IV,iio4,areedmat(?); var. ® aflQ^. 

shneD '~^^~' ^ *^ seize, to carry off, to 
^ D L^' draw off 

Shnep ™^^E'™^ 

3^3, a title of the Nile-flood. 



shneptiu 'wwva 

D 
workmen or labourers. 



HVinof+ CZSao C30 



, a <,-^ 

, T ^ , a sub- 

Jl o 111' 



stance used in medicine ; 5^;^ =0= , ^ ^l^^ made 
a t — of the 



same. 



shnem 



rvn 



Q|.,P.IIO,XI2, Q 



M- 75, 5 |v , N. 77. 



, A.Z. 

1908, 115, T ^, Metternich Stele 249, ""^^ 
'^x , ^Aw^A J to join to, to unite with, to attain to, 

to be protected; see Q^l^f'l^]. 
U. 558. 

Shnem-t "^^ |;^i@, nurse. 

Shnemiturit^Ql^^.P.... 

"Great Protectress" — a name of the Sky-god- 

dess; varr. Q o ^^, M. 78, Q '=i^^, N. 80. 

av.,^r^«v^ i^^^^^i ,^ ^ to smcll ; Copt. 

snnem aaaa^a <q j^, » f 



cya)X«jL 



Shnem } O 4(! , smell, odour 
shnem ^^ o = khnem a/^ 



shenra 5 ^^ '^^^ 



7^'^ QZV'i Q 

il Q ■g*as fl ^ to turn back, to repulse, 

/V' I I /V -B^' to keep away. 

Shenra J "^ ^ Iftt' «^^ «^^'^^'' 
Shenher "-^^ "^j a god. 



[ 748 ] SH 

Sheni-t 9. 



rm 



C3a 






shens 5 H Q, u. no, 5 H, N. 377A, 

(VVVA/V\ I r\ i-> 



y^ 



/VAAA/VA V > 

^ fl (^, ^ ^^, a kind of cake or bread 

A I /SAAAAA I I I 

shens peri her khaut ^ P 

^ '"^ "^ , shewbread. 
I 11 III 

shens $^ R I^, skin, animal (?) 

shensu ^^^^ 1 5 , Rev. 13, 32, "^^ i jT > 

Rev. 13, 32 = shes nesu, apparel of the king, 
i.e., byssus ; Copt. ttJItC. 

shensetch-t 9. [1 "^ ^ ^^ ' '''"''' 

Shensh ^^ ~ , Hh. 472, to open. 

shent,7^,.r,T'i:^1^' 

^y^l, Rev. 14, 34. ^ O ] ^ ^, Rev. 



I2,63.5 0]X2. 



Rev. 12, 64, AAAAAA J Keen- 



nungen 77, tunic, cloth; Copt. cyertTOJ. 
Shent 9. Q , Rec. 33, 120, seal, sealer. 

AAAA/V\ \ 

shent, shenn-t ^AxL Q' ^ o ^''^' 

%> 0' 5 "'^'■^ • "-^ > acacia. Spina acacia 

Nilotica; «^ £1=] ^^ ^, Rec. 15, 141, black 

acacia; Copt. OJonTe, Heb. H^ttJ, Arab. i^j^. 

ahentir?^ ^ ^ ^^ a hairy plant (?); 

snenu(o ^ ^^^, Copt, cyortt- 

shent 9 ^Yy, Mettemich Stele 244, 
brushwood, " bush," thicket, thorny growth ; 
Copt, cyoiff . 



P. 815, M. 244, a cow- 
goddess. 



Q 



Berg. I, 10, 9] ^, Rec. 3, 44, $^ ^ ] 

ibid. 3, 47. $^V]11S 
9 ^ 



(3 



©, ibid. 



3.49 



O 






a form of the god- 
dess Isis. 



Shent'ti ^aaaaa 
Shentit ^l 



a title of Isis and 
Nephthys. 



sanctuary of the goddess Shentit. 



, B.D. 131, the 



Q o (2 to revile, to abuse, to 
^^®^^ JL a' curse ; Copt. ttJO^tte. 



Shent-t 9 "^^ 9 "^ ,^^^ , revilings, 
curses, abominable persons and things. 



i 



shenti 9 ^ 

^, accursed. 

shenti 2 ^.4 



s 5^ 



w 



9 



^ w 

> 



9 ^ 

AAA/^\A \\ 



5 



111 



>> 9 ^5&--^' CCi. 



w 



, , enemy, foe, grief, dis- 
plur. X 1 A.Z. ] 
I ; Copt, cytjom- (?) 



tress, sickness, trouble; plur. ^ i, A.Z. 1900, 

AA/VV\A U I 1 ^o^ 

shentiu 9 

men of violence, 
a title of Set. 



l_y]^|,IV,968, 



!, 



court nobles, 
ministers. 



shentiu ^l 

shentiu B li M ^ 1 , IV, 613, companies, 
assemblies (of rebels ^ ^ "? ^ j)' 

Shentthit 5 A^^. Mission 13, 127 ; see 

shenth 00 ^ 






to revile, 
' to abuse. 



ima, U- 555^T. 303, a serpent-fiend in the Tuat. 



SH 



[ 749 ] 



SH 



rm 



Shenthet 5 s=» w^ , P. 662, 

Of » M. 773, a proper name(?) 

shentheth "^^^O*"^, U. 602, 

M. 303, N. 1000, hostility. 

P.S.B. 25, 220; plur. 5 c^ s^ 1 O e^ 

oil o 

'''^, IV, 387; Heb. n^tt?, Arab. kJ^^, Copt. 

cyortxe. 



Vi^AAA <C^ 



! 



^, tunic; plur. ^ 



/WAAAA 

IV, 107 1. Late forms Q '^"^^ y- , ^ "''''^ 



AAAAA/\ 



5 ; Copt, cgertxoj. 



Shenti g 



V , a name of Set. 



shentesh (?) ^w^AA , orchard, large 



garden, wood: plur, aww\ • see aaaaaa 

Shentch '^^ "S | , "" '"^"^ '='"*,^ .'° 

A/VVAAA f A ISIS. 

Shentch Qf — ' ^ ^ > "^ 

I /\AA/W\ ', U /\A/W 

^^v.5.-7*" , acacia ; see 2 



CZSZl 



ftAAAAA 
/SAAAAA 



shentchetch-t ];^^, ^^'^bls' 
shentchu-t "^^^ ^^ > <. , U. 478, 

tunic, short drawers ; I) |^ "^;37 , inspector of 
all tunics j Copt, cgemro). 

shentch-ti 5 '^^, ^ "^^, 

keeper of the tunics or robes. 

= m = ® . 



sher 



rm 



sher m 



, on 



, compound preposition. 



sher 



^=^ ys, Rec. 16, X09, to fall 



O 



down; see ^^• 



sher, sherr 

C3a 



rvn 



'^, N. 156, Rec 30, 



72, ^^, U. 495. '!'• 236, 



DO 



-^, 



, %*,to 



be small, to become small, to be diminished ; 
Copt, cyipe. 

sher ^^^^^ "Qji^ , a little. 



sher-t 

IV, 691, Amen. 25, 20, 






small, insignificant, a small thing, a thing of 
little value. 



Sher& kh ""^ h .3 '^, to lack courage, 
to be unwilling, to have no mind to do a thing. 

sherr ^§|, Metternich Stele 40 



sher 

00 



CZSO CISO A 

<2 ^§ Metternich Stele 56, little 
il' '^' boy, child; Copt. cyHpe. 

czEuq 



sher J, a young god. 



i~^^~i 



sher, shera ""^^ (1 §t, iv, 691, 



III, 143, boy, son; plur. (j -^^ j ; Copt 



OJHpe. 

shera en shera '^^°~' (1 % ^ 

(1 (3 2I) , son's son, grandson. 



Sherr S, S^ 



CSZI 



f boy, youth, little man ; plur. <z> i 



U. 512. ™t^.^, P. 86, U. 171, 

czso 



C3XZI 
000 



r\n 






DO 



shera-t ^~^^ Q "^ cJl' ^^'"^^^ ^^^^ "> 



SH 



little girl, daughter, maiden; plur. 



[750] 



SH 



I vv I 



, Westcar 5, 19, 6, 3, 

•— ^ " I. 

I 



:^ 



Shernu <==>», U. 512, 



T.3.5.S(lf]^^5^l.'^\Vi;t<it 



r ^ 1 ^v^AAA 

8ll6r ^^ /wwvA , small canal. 

sher, sher& <=:^, <=>\— zi, ^^ 



^0 

n ^ n to step up, to. block, to wall up, to close, 
l| ^ y» to obstruct the passage. 

Shera-t "^^^ fl T ^„> obstruction, bar, 



sher-t 
sher-t 
sher-t 



00 



0,Rec. 31, 13, obstacle. 



5' 



Will 



^ , bond, tie, fetter. 






■,U.393,T.34i,M. 2i4,N.685, 



r\r-i 



^^,Rec. 30, 190, l| ^,Amen. 17, 7, 



°° A ^ ^^, '=^ () ^ o, nose; Copt. aj<LI. 



sherti, sherati <i> ^, <g^, <^ ^, 

two nostrils. 



rtr-i 1 oa <=^ 
f^ I ' <=> W 



sher-t 
Sherit 



oa 



„ P. 169, 786, the bow of a 
^ ' boat. 

f) Ombos II, 132, a god- 
^^^fl' dess. 



[ZEDOCIl 



r w i r^vi - A ■ I 



itli, Sph 



ftAA/WA /VWAAA 



shersher 

Gersher Pap. I, 21, ^^-y 
I, III, air, wind, sniffings of air; see 

sher-t ^^^^ ^ ^, Rec. 3, 53, earth taken 
from a holy place and used as an amulet. 

sher-t ^§© , a kind of cake, loaf, 
o 

sher-t, sher&-t ™ [| - ,..0, ™ (| ^. 

oo n c^g=^ oa [j '^ Anastasi IV, 2, 10, 



rvn 



KoUer 2, 8, ^ (]lj /'^ ' ^i^' ^^^- ^^' 78» 
r-TC-| ..ti OO] _Q 



Ci ' M I O ' 

C3a 



sheri-t 



, ^ ■^, grain, flour. 



\> on\> n 



3S 



, a kind of land, salty land (?) 



Sherit ^ 
sherp-t 



it:: 



, a dwelling place. 



□ (0 o o o' D 

, seed for early crops. 



D 



rm a <=^ 



Sherp <==> , incense = 

*^ D (2 111' o F=^ 

snerp-x ^=^ l , ^^ ^ g^^jp^ 



Sherm 
sherh 



\> 



B.D. 168, a god^who 
helped the dead. 



: , water channel ; 



Copt. cgXe^, (?) 
sherh ^S"^ 



a kind of myrrh, or myrrh- 
' producing tree. 



Shersek '^^^^ \\ ^==:^ c^ , to destroy. 

i.^, IV, 697, 



shersh <=^ j\ , 



to hasten, to flee. 



rm 



, , rw~l X to plunder, to carry 

Shersh ^^. P off' 

sheheb ^J(|' *« ^^ h«^' ^^'"^ "P' 

parched ; Copt. ttJOJ^e^. 

Sheheb ™ J 1^ ^^, ^ J X^^, 



^J' 



ra 



I , the hot south wind. 






the god of the south wind. 

Shes oa R, U. no = ^ MS. cake 

I AAAAAA I 

loaf, bread. 

shest oa ^ ^ 



,Rec. 27,57 = ashest 

I I dZ-L 

(1 5 n ci ^ , an interrogatiVje particle. 

Shes '6 , S ;seezin|=^|P^- 
shes C3a p 5, P. 59=. *^ P '^T'' '^^'^• 

M li'2 IT'^S'lff, abandorgar- 
ment made of linen ; r^yi I ^ ^^57, P- 592, festal 



C3E3 



SH 



band; g^, Rev. ii, 167 - ^ 5 (j | 
Heb. trtL*^ Gen. xli, 42. 

Shes 4keb ^^^^ 5 (j ^:=^ J i=^ , apparel 
of mourning. 

Shes nesu 1 y^ '^y^' ''"^"' ^y''"' ' ^"PJ- 
shes tepi ^ ^ \ •'"^" °^ ^^^ ^^^^^^ 

id' quality. 

shes 5 I ' d™ , S amD , ^ , ^ , white 

I 1*— H — o^ c^ 

stone, alabaster ; plur. , ■ Heb. 

M— III 000 

Shes ^ /••^, IV, 743, 5 ^^, 5 5 5, white 

grain, winnowed grain, 

shesit 5 



[ 751 ] 



SH 



rm 



5 



5 



Rec. 22, 103, ashes, white dust or powder. 

shes C3a P 5, A.Z. 1864, 107, 00 5 R, 

antelope = c3ap[^^^^. 

shes ^ ^ ^ r-rrn I g , cord, string, 

I M I 

rope; plur. czso |1 555, 555- 

shes maa (maat) ^ [1 , ^ ^^^, " cord 



of rule," in the phrase 



S'P. 



o 
c^ 



, to per- 



form ceremonies in regular and fitting continuity 
for ever, <rr> ^ I (or aaaaaa @ , millions of 

times); Demot. 5 I IJ = ^^- f'^' TrXeov. ' 

shes 5 ^^, Ebers Pap. 99, 18, 5 o, 

BD 160 2 5 ^ ^'^o^' s^^^'P^' '"J"'"y' 
' ' „ ^ ,/)' wound. 

Shesshes-t y- .^^^^ , evil, misfortune. 



Shesshes ^ ^, Ebers Pap. 41, 12, 5 5, 
A.Z. 1900, 128, to hide(?) 

shesshes ^^-^, KoUers, 2, ^ ^\\% 
%^ ^, B.D. (Nu) 64, 19, to see. 



shesshes-t 5 5 



, Rec. 29, 159, 

5 



sheSU (gersheru ?) <■-> 1^ , soldier ; plur. 



5^|.Th..»5..S^5i,S,|| 



shes ^^^^%0 ^- 538, P- "9. vase, 
— -H— _zr ' vessel. 

kind 
drink (?) 



shesshes na ^ □□ 0, U- '8*'^a. 

Shesshes ced [1 (zxn 0, Juat IX, a 
crocodile-god with a tail terminating in a serpent 

shesa oo (^ ^, U. 188, cso R ijg) "^ 
^,T. 67,00 [l^^.N. 599, ocdPi^^, 
D^crets 108, IV, 10 17, r-trn H (^ "^^^.Rec. 

IV, 749, (zszi p [^ "^ ^ |, Pap. 3024, 84, 

^^^^ ' 'o' "^^ V' ^ ^ ' M' ^° ^ cunning, 
wise, skilled, learned, able ; see c^ 

shesa her i 

C3SZI 



shesa-t 

shesa -t r-ii^— 1 1 (^ 



^, IV, 1 152, skilful. 

rA '^'^ Jl knowledge, skill, 
'O' ^U' ability. 



, Rec. 30, 



191, wise woman. 



shesau ^^"^^Mili' ^-^ 



5' 



I I I 



', IV, 1 184, intellectual abilities. 



shesau 



r-^v~i 



I I I 



5 "a. tk ^ Litanie 71, the "wise" 
„ ^^ JT r member, />., the tongue. 

shesa 00 fl ^ '^ , P. 589, rm M igi 
'^^^'^, N. 1038, to plough. 

Shesa do ^ [^ '^^ ftHlTT^V^Q' 

p. 5«9, a skilled ploughing-god of Shna. 

shesa-t rvn H (q1 
c3oP[^ ^4^*^' P- 815, oopijj 
«^ ^ <^, N. 141. ^ '^, aa p 
iF^=5 '^^^ "^^^j U. 645, night, darkness. 

Shesa-t mak-t neb-s ^ ^ 



"^, T. loi, 



r' tl J 



SH 



[ 752 ] 



SH 



ntn 



Tuat II, a goddess in the Tuat. 

shesau onp ^ W ^' ™ ^ 
-^I^, oop^^^I^. antelope; 
Copt, cgocy, cgocgot{?) 

Shesa-t i^ o'^, a plant or herb. 

shesait ^ ^ (ll n,' ^''"^' 4' '' i 

Inl o 5 I§ ° white earth, powder (?) 

Y o'-H- T 111 

IV, 875, a kind of pre 



oa 



shesait j^_^^^, - "" cious stone? 

Shesau ^^^^ ^^- "^' 55a, iv 

,94 = ShaSU H^^^^ (Xj i ' IheTeserl 



Shesatheth cza"^" JL > Tuat x, 
a goddess. 

shesp(shep) ^^a. ?• ^^i, 163, 

—^ n r 

^ D "^ |, Rhind Pap. sz,-:^^^!)'^ 

D fl, P. 251, ,^ ^. to take, to acquire, to 

accept, to receive, to receive seed, i.e., to con- 

ceptable ; Copt. ajOjn. 

shespep -m ° » P- 603, 604 = shesp. 
shesp aur ^^^^^'^""ceTve! 

•I. A I. /«^^ D "O" to be pleased, 

Shesp ab ^ ^^^^ y, heart's desire. 

shesp a ^:^ o, to greet. 

shesp aha ^ QA , to fight ; ^ ^, 

to set out on a journey. 

Shesp tep^^f/^'^^^^^^rg: 

shespiu ^□l](l^j/.^D!]fl^|' 

Rec. 6, 7, those who receive, those who are 
taken, »>., prisoners. 



D 



Cx 3^ 



the nanie of a 
festival. 



Shesp Amen uthes t nefer-f ^ 

_ „ n t:^^ %. s=> t I Rec. 20, 40, a 
^— ^ 4 ^"T 6^^^' shrine of Amen. 

shesp-t4tru ;^° (| 

festival of receiving water. 

shesp aa-t ^£^^ |i > 

shesp hetch ^ [^ | °^ > ^^^- "' 

1 01, the earliest dawn of day. 

Shespi (Shepi) ^ l](j ^. Tomb of 

Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 42). 

Shespiu ^ (](] ^ I ' B-^- '^^' 9> agroup 
of gods who assisted the dead. 

Shespiu ^%, Tuat XI, the gods who 
carried Methen into the eastern sky. 

Shespit ^°^,Thes.ii2, m°^^, 

one of the seven stars of Orion. Its god was 

Shespit enth khemiu hepu ^ 



, Berg. II, 13, lodge 

^ . ^.^. . I I Q i< 

of the never-moving (?) stars— a title of Nut. 

Shesp (shep) ^: | . ^ a J ' "^^ x 

X , \\^, D.^:^, Statue, image, figure, the 
Sphinx; plur. ^ D ^ |,|, ^^^_^ 5^ ',' 

^£ J£^ ^ j^gc. 36, 202, sphinxes ; hena-ua 

■1 4. ATw- ^ ^ ! figures of women 

Shesput ^ D ^ I, 4h tambourines. 

shesp (shep) ^^ a^, iv, 84, ^n . 

^==s,, a measure = a handbreadth, width of the 
palm, span = 0-075 m. ; Copt, ajon, Heb. ^'3, 
Assyr. ]<T^ ^-. 

shespit (Shepit) ^ ° e > ^ove Songs 

3, II. ^(lfl<e.hand. 



SH 



[753] 



SH 



on 



Shesp-t 3£°_r, 3£^. ^^^ Hymnis 



rvn 



a;, chamber, hut, shed, lodge, arbour, booth in 
a garden, summer house. 

Shesp (Shep) 3^^^0,Jour. As. 1908, 

282, moment ; Copt. XW. 

light, radiance, splendour. 

Shesp (Shep) M.^^^^^ to 

vomit, to cast up. 

shesp -t (Shep-t) ^^ O, something 
round or polished, a berry, a fruit ; Copt, cyoil, 

cyu5ne, cyoo^e. 

sheSD-t 1 ^ ^ ° Shipwreck 50, an edible 
^lll' plant or root. 

shesp (shep) ^ ^ , ^, a seed used 
□ ^^ 000 

in medicine. 



shesp ^ 

n I 

Ship; m , , , , ^ 
shesem 6 



, Rec. 30, 66, parts of a 



D <Q 



, Rec. 30, 66. 



)].5p 



to be weary, exhausted (?) 

shesm-t ^ 



shesm 5 



S r>9 dimness of sight, 
o ' an eye disease (?) 



anm , A.Z. 1877, 32, 1880, 



13, earth used in making faience. 

shesm S ^^' ^^' "°4, P-S.B. 13, 

147, skin of an animal, a leather roll. 

Shesm □□ H 5 ^, the "bull of the 
gods " with seven necks and uraei. 



shesm -t 

M. 243, 
1099, ^ 



^Hk.to-"- 



000 






Ck 



8r4, 
,IV, 



^h 



5 ^\ , IV, 694, a mineral substance. 

Shesemtt ™ ffiM] ^, U. 390, B.D. 

i74.8,™|v-lQ£Hh. 4X3,4X4. 



C3a 



(TiTiTn Hh. 178, a lioness-headed 
I ULlu 1' goddess. 



Shesmit— l^fl^l,^^ 

Hh. 414, the name of a goddess. 

Shesmft (?) □□ ^ ^ ^ , T. 305, a 

mythological serpent. 

Shesmu J^ ,U.5ii,54i.™^^ 

Berg. 56, B.D. 17, 27, 153, 8, 170, 6, the 
executioner of Osiris who dwelt in (1 1* I , 

Mar. Aby. I, 44. He is identified with |\ ^«^/w 
^^ , B.D. 17, 27. 

Shesmu Mil' """'•'' "''g^: 
Shesmu ami nut-f JM -j}-^'<^. 

Rec. 37, 67, a god. 

Shesmu ^^^^ ^ ^' T. 4x, a star-god ; 

Shesmu M *> '=°='P^^*» 5?P 

Tombs Seti I, Ram. II, Ram. IV, one of the 
36 Dekans; Gr. 'Sefffie. 

Rec. 31, 13, a class of women. 

sheser 5 *^~^^ *° ^^''^' ^° ^^^^^ against, 
„ A ' to attack. 

sheser Q . 3 , to measure with a cord, 
sheser Q ^, a cord for measuring. 

sheser _2- 1 , 5 "^ ^ » Rec. 16, 56, 

to propose, to purpose, to design, to govern. 

shesru XI,X%i|l, 5 "=>',, 

Heruembeb 8, designs, purposes, decisions. 
sheser-t 5 ^ > canon, ordinance. 

3 B 



var 



AA/VNAA Q o 

/WVAAA ')|( 



no 



SH 



[ 754] 



SH 



r-^n 



'.^''^■^ 



sheser ^ 

^ ^^, utterance, speech, decree; - 
IV, 1 109, A.Z, 1906, 124, song; ^ 
proving, testing, examining. 

sheser c=sa M ^^-^, P- 704. 

Q •«-« , to shoot. 



S 



OC3 



sheser-t c3a H *^^^ "T^, U. 514, i=3a 

■^ o, T. 326, a shooting. 



n 



sheser 



P 



o< 



, P. 704, C3a 



N. 661, Rec. 26, 235, 
5 



5 



5 



-<, 



S 



Hymn Darius 11, _«— >-^' . - ^ 

A.Z. 1905, 16, ^ , arrow, spear, dart; 

plur. ^ ^ ^, X ^ I , A.Z. 1900, 20, 

sheseru (?)-Ila p 5 ^, Tuat VIII, three 
arrows or shuttles (?) 

sheser 9 ^t^ , an animal for sacrifice. 

shesru ^ ^ '^ ^^' "^3. bags of 
snesru ^^ Jg> „ „ o' spices or unguent. 

Shesra ^ [] , Tuat x, a light-god. 
shesesh (shesh) nesu ^ 1 ^ , 

IV, 821 ; var. 1 5; Copt. cyeitC, Heb. tTQ?. 

Shest (Shesmt) ™ [^, U. 561, 






M. 499, ^S fSJl' M. 122, N. 646, 962, 

fDMI' N.^o 






, p. 632, 

, Hh. 128, a place sacred to Horus. 



Shesta 

||||;seeHeru-Shesta 



Shest (Shesm-t)-tcha (?) (ffg^ ^ 

5i , I, 1 1 9, a title. 



Shest-ta, Shestt ^ffj^ ^. U. 390. 

B.D.x74,8,^rra:T."5,^fMl 

o "V ri N. 1081, a goddess who is mentioned 

( ^ J i^ ' with Sekhmit ; see Shesmtt. 

Shest-sett (sti) C3a [1^IX3]||, Py^- 
2209B, a goddess(?) 



shesta 00 [1^^ 

aO^'^^l I , Rec, 26, 230 . . 

shesti ^ '^^, a bull-god (?) 



, Rec. 26, 231; 



shesteb 



see 



n 



o 
III' 



Al °5 ^^P^^ lazuli; 

-.f— O o 






shesh 
shesh 






[3a 



p , throat. 

Rec. 31, 21, nest, 
' home. 



shesh "^^^ I D , sistrum ; plur. "^^^ I II I o 
czsoT 



,IV,98. 



shesh oa, _ 

/\ C3a 



7\ , to move rapidly, 

to hasten; ^^ ^^, P- 4i4, M. 593, 
N. 1 198, very rapidly, quickly. 

shesh ^^^~^ W, antelope; see oa |1 [q] 

^^^;Copt,aoa. 

shesh '^^^'^j white hair. 
oa ■ 

«-u«oi> + oa I a precious stone of white 

shesn-t oa 1 , ^ colour. 

wanting, diffi- 



^ ° I 



sheshti 



oa- 



sheshta-t ^] (] r^ ^' ' dent. 



Sheq ^^,razor(?); see ^^^-^ 
to shave ; Copt. g^OXWKe. 

^-^, N. 257A, a kind of cake; var. 



sheku 

sheUu^^:.^^f^.afu„e. 



000 

, U. 29, 



rary ofif^ring. 



SH 



[755] 



SH 



C3SZ3 



<^ 



sheku db ™ I (j J, a,Z. 1900, 128 - 



O 



sheken 



rvn 



r-TT-i 



I , rebels. 
I 

^ A.Z. 1908, 18, an amu- 
T ' let. 



sheker ^^^^^jj, M, 517, N. 1098, 1242, 



A , to decorate, be decorated 
Copt. ^OJOJKe, j^COK. 

Shekershau ™-^IiIi|^] v 

Mar. Karn. 52, i, a Mediterranean people. 



shot 



, Love Songs 2, 3, to divide. 



Shet \J U^ ^^^- 3' 49, 5. 92» to take 
Q ' out, to withdraw. 

shot ""^ I ^^'orJ^s in a quarry, hewings of 
\—n I ' stone. 

Shetshet ^ — o, Rev. 12, 2 2, to 

rend, to tear ; Copt. cyeXCyCJOX. 

Shet °°>n. ^^^, ^-^^ '^r°^' "^' 

c, w>b ^__^ ubL grief^ sorrow. 

Sh[ta]-t ^^^^, Gol. Ham. 10, 48, office. 

writings, documents, 
books. 



shetut (?) 
Shetshet 



£:^o I I I 



; see Teshtesh. 



shet 

crsszi 



(zs: 



X 



, turtle, tortoise (?) 



r-^r-i 



^, 



00 



Shet 



3SZD 



,, Nesi-Amsu 32, 26, r, 



a form of Aapep, a foe of Ra (B.D. 83, 4, 161). 

c=3^=3 sjjs. I I • the constellation of the Tortoise, 
o (5 ^W ic ' one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. ^n. 

covering, shroud, garment, bandlet. 

shta-tHeru^^S^^, a 

kind of garment. 

shta ^^ A, forest, plantation, or- 



shta 



1 \\ » \> I U 1 \» 



, arable land, the 



land covered by the Nile; var. 



run \\ 



shta 



i 



D 



X C3a 



CEZ] o X OED-J^ (5 r-w~i X i u i 
CZSZI @ 



^i- 



P ' o n ^X' =f^=iia' c. o 

, to be difficult, hard to pass over or 



through, to be hidden or secret, hard to under- 
stand, mysterious. 

Shta "^^ ^ , a god incomprehensible, 

shta-t°°%, " ,^^ ",°^ 



thing rare, curious ; plur. 



mystery, difficult thing, something hidden, some- 



e X 



X 

TtT' 



C3ED 



D 



o^o 



, IV, 345, 900, mysteries, 
difficulties; (J -wwva "kv '^j Rec 15, 

\, U. 207, 



179, impassable valleys; 

OS 

secret ; 



I 

I LJSU 

I ^ w 
rrvn 



^ , mysteries of the two horizons ; 

3 ( ^s>- %^ 1 1 1 hidden of forms ; 

those whose seats are hidden 



■''^\ 



, those whose arms are hidden ; 



I 



I S\ I 



, the god of the hidden soul ; 



czszi 
D 



§. 



, Rec. 26, 231, 



OZD 



T^. 



Litanie 37, ™^| ^ ^ » ^ ^'^'^ ^^ ^J 



of invisible body ; 



czsa 
D 



^^flifli- 



secret 



properties; ^^-^s^.^^TI' 
invisible form. 

hidden one, mysterious being, secret one. 

3 B a 



on SH [ 756 ] 



SH 



rm 






shta-t 

on X ru^ o. 



shrine, sanctuary, secret chamber, coffin, sarco 

, ^ on-ft- A.Z 

phagus, grave, tomb, cemetery ^ ^ ^^ || 1906, 9 



shtai-t 



C3n 



[r-33 



, IV, 992, 



r w "I 



shrine, coffin, sarcophagus; var 

n 



i^ft-rsiiift' 



OSZl 



Shta j-^^ ^•^- '^^» * 8°^ i" mummied 
onia ^^> form. 



rvn 



O 



, a title of Aapep 



^ 






F=0 



, Metternich 
, the 



Shtat 
Shtait 

Stele 199, 

vulture-goddess— a title of the goddess Nekhebit. 

Shtait ^^, ™ ^, Berg. II, 13. 
'-^, B.D. 168, a form of Nut. 

Shta 



B.D.G. 699, a Bubastite form of 

Isis. 



Shta-t 



D 



D 



I, B.D. 



147, the name of the 4th Aat. 

Shta-ti ^ ^^^^ , Tomb of Seti I, one 
of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 31). 

oTifa fi ^nC^;^^ Litanie 31, the two 
Buxa-ii ^=^^^^^, hidden countries. 



Shtai 



r vn 



Tuat IV, a sailor of the 
boat of Ra. 



Shta ab 



O 



, Tuat V, 



on 



O 



Tomb Ram. VI, 50, a warder-god. 
on 



Shtau &sut 



D 



^^jjjJj)..T..89, 



M. 66, N. 128, gods whose abodes are invisible. 

Shtau au \> 1 

=__, _jf I I ===== III 

B.D. 168, the gods of hidden arms. 



Shta-t besu ^ "" W'^^^ Tuat x, 

the name of the loth Gate. 

Shta Mesutt ^ I ^ | ^' ^^'S- 

II, II, a form of the goddess of Ament. 



Shtait em Tuat 



on <=> 



, Cairo 



Pap. I, 3, a being whose head was a pot of fire 

osn 



Shta her ^^ ^, 



Mar. Aby. I, 45, 
B.D. 136A, 18, a god of " "^ ll S 

Shtau heru saiu uatu 



unseen gods who guard the ways. 

shta N^sj-7=^, Rev. 11,149 = ^^^^ 

to proclaim. 

shtau 



^^ Pap. 3024, 3, II, 
III' wooden objects. 



7777? 

shtaaaur yr 

part of a ship's tackle. 



^,Rec.3o, 68, 



shta 



i~yn 



D 
shtamuti 

of a bandlet. 



(^ X _ S the number 200 ; 
c^^~ Q.' Copt. ttJHT". 

^^fmt^, the name 



W 



shtar 



on 



, a betrothed virgin, bride. 

rvn 



Shti™(ll]^,™(j[]^^, hewho 
is hidden, i.e., one who is in his coffin, i.e., 



dead; plur. 
dead. 



I , the 



Shti-t ^^^l, A.Z. .906, 3o,^a_^^ind 
shti (shetti) "^^ (j(] c-zi, Rev. 13, 36, 

pit, hole, excavation. 



shti 



on 



I ^, Jour. As. 1908, 27 s, 



to demand, to take away. 

Shtut ""^^ ^ ^ ' ' Hearst Pap. XI, 1 5 ... . 

shteb"™J^, IV. 648, ™J^, 



J^-^, IV, 271, on J 



revolt, to tread in grain 



£» 



to 



Shteb^o^\,tokill = ^J^. 



rvn 



SH 



[757] 



SH 



shteb 



shtem 




Rev., to be silent. 



, cage, basket 

= Copt. UjOeJUipU), 



shtem ^^1^^,^!^^. 



Ptab-betep XI, 13, 



CZSCD 



k^ 



Gol. 



Ham. 14, 147, to fight, to revile, to curse, to 
swear; compare Heb. DIOto, Arab. 



Lmen. 22, 20, 



revilings, abuse (?) 

rvn ^ T\. Rev. 14, 14, bolt (?) ; 



shtem 



sheth "^^^ ^ , p. 256, 690, 



Copt. cyxeJUL. 
, M. 780, 



to be covered, dressed, arrayed. 

sheth g__5 |T . P- 539. Rec. 30, 192, 



C3ED 



raiment ; 



P. 614, M. 780, N. 1136, garment, 
P. 708. 



sheth -t 






■f\-, Rec. 27, 218, 



r-TC-i 



, coffin, sarcophagus. 



shethi-t 

sarcophagus. 

Shethu 



rvn 



ci I— ^r-i 



ft 



, coffin. 



, Thes. 112 



(i) a crocodile-headed lion; (2) one of the 



seven stars of Orion ; var. 



CZEZl 

^ (3 ' 



ic. 



shethu 
shet 



CSZl 



Jr ^ 1 ' kind of fish. 

A.Z. 1873, 17, a weight = 
five teben. 

shet '^^ ^^^- 5. 93. to pound drugs, 
• amD ' e.g., myrrh. 

shet-t ^^*^ mnD , ''^^^ , ""^^ c^ . 

c^""^ <r^=^ CUD C^ 

'*^\ / \J czTD '=*°\ \j mortar, grinder, 
^ \ I ' o ' c=^i> ' rubbing-stone. 

shet, shti ^^, U. 154, 284, 432, 470, 

510, T. 22, P. 670, ^^, P. 93, ^2 Q, 

^L-y],"r^a(i,N.ii46,s(ia.T. 247, 



2^0 2^' 2^'^^ 



X X 

IvOve Songs 7, 8, x?-^i IV, 1108, , Rech- 

nungen 52, to take, to seize, to snatch, to carry 
or drag away, to withdraw, to transport, to drag 
out, to disembowel a beast, to save, to deliver, 
to remove, to dig out a well, to work out, to 

levy taxes. On the derivatives of <-^"^ , see Rec. 

II, 117 ff.; Copt, cyixe. 

Shtiu ^(](j^—^, deliverers. 

shti "^^il^^ ^^^- '^' 72. title of an 
«~^^ U A ' official. 

into a subject, to study profoundly, to search 
magical books, to penetrate mysteries. 



shet 



«=»<=>^ 



t). 



to tread out com. 



shett '*^f^,^^,R«^- »9. x6, to 
• • —^"^ ^ J\ c-=^ J] dig, to excavate. 



Shet-ti '^N _ - gf > digger, excavator. 



shet 



c /I' slaughter, a killing. 



shetshet '*^'*^^^'^' ^^^- »3»4. 10 

kill, to overthrow ; Copt. cyeXCyOJT. 

^ !!^ ' ram-god. 



Shet-ba 



I VV I 



shtit '^^ 



, mast of a ship (?) ; plur. 



, D^crets 29, c^> , Leyd. Pap. 
Ill (gill 



4, 10, 2^777; Copt, ttjxe. 
shetshet-td ™™](1G' ^^^ 

Songs V, 9, the working of oars. 

"^'^'Vs, IV, 920, \ f 9^, to suckle, to nurse, 

to rear a child, to train, to educate; *^> Q^ 

i'l'lJj l,sucklerofthegods; '^^U-ZI © 2), 
guardian, tutor, trustee. 

fi, to fatten. 



shetunem ^*^-[]- 



3 B 3 



rvn 



SH 



[758] 



SH 



rm 



Stele II, 2^, Israel Stele 7. ^1^, IV, 
1 1 04, ""^^e '^, water skin; plur. <J3^ ]> 

shet-t 2?. ^-J' y?' ^11?' 

vulva, vagina. 

shetshet ^2^' ^' ^'' ^'' 

N. 201, 204, '^^'^^CT^, p. 75, M. 105, 
N. 17, the vulva of the sky ( J . 

Shet ^^ ^, Pap. 3024, 67, IV, 499, 



'*^'^, farm, plot of ground, estate, ditch, dyke, 
an earthwork, pool, fish-pond; plur. n , 

shti-t "^^ 



,A.Z.i905,9,2Y, , , 



«*=<!. 



, IV, 660, 



irrigated land; plur. 2(j[j;|,R^<=-/4.J°7; 



shti-t 



o 



» 1 I I I (VAAAAA , ^ 



AAAAAA 



, Ebers Pap. 65, 15, 



AAAAAA 



lank, lake, canal, water-course, cistern. 



\J 



^^AA^A 
^/^^A/v^ 

A/WAAA 



Shti **^[J(] 0, vase, vessel, pot. 



Shtit-shema-t ^l)!]^ 

125, III, 18, a lake in Sekhet-Aaru. 



s, B.D. 



Shet ^^^, =^(2^, V_/ ^, =^, "^ 



to read, to recite, to pray, to mutter an incanta- 
tion, to pronounce letters, to declaim poetry, to 
strike up a tune. 

SheH ^^ ^ ,IV,966,^,^^-^, 



A.Z. 1908, 70, reading, recitation, incantation, 
spell, liturgy ; plur. 



Sheti re ''^^ , IV, 1 1 14, a deposition. 

Shet-kheru g I ^^, B.D. 125, 

III: (i) one of the 42 assessors of Osiris; 
(2) the god of the 13th day of the month. 



shett S ^ ^?^ 
shett-t ^-^ 
Shet ''^c 
shet =*^5, ^^^ 



to read, to 
recite. 



, recitation. 



to tie up in linen, to swathe 
a mummy. 



., - , cord, band- 

let, bandage; plur, '^^^Hl 1 > ^-M. 448. 
shet-t "^^j mummy. 
Shet"^^^^, IV, 756, a kind of bird. 
shet "^^ft^ , IV, 745, fat (of geese) 

shet 



, Litanie 78, 



dSZ]' 



X 



Mission I, 229, crocodile, large reptile; plur. 
*=% ^ l,Hh.438.. 

Shetu ^^^^ ^ , Tuat XII : (i) the eight 



morning stars ; (2) the constellation of the 
Tortoise; (3) ^^, A.Z. 49, 125, a "great god." 



shet-t ""^ , p.s.B. 19, 263, 

Rechnungen 43, a bread offering, ferment, yeast. 

shta (shetta) '*^'%\f ' , Rev. 14, 16, 

cultivated lands. 

shta,shta.t^^^c^|,2 

Shetau ™%^, Tuat X, a warder Of the . 
{^—LJl loth Gate. 

shtaqit ^(T-zi*^ ma, 

^ [1 (j (2 Y ^~^ ^ , prison ; Copt. cyTeKO. 

Shta 2() e I A, ^^^- ^' "^' "' '"9 



shti 



Rev., rejected, cast down ; 
Copt. cyXHOVT. 



, A.Z. 1878, 49, ^^ 



shti4 =^ 

^ , pit ; Copt. cycoTe, cyoj-f 

shti ^^ 



Shtu 



r-rr-i 



reward, remuneration ; 
Copt, cijixe. 

Tuat XI, a god, one of 
the 12 bearers of Mehen. 



C30 



SH 



[759] 



SH 



Shtu '"^ 



^^>agod, 



a form of Horus. 



Shtep(?) =*^'^^ B.D. 151, 6, acham- 
D I ' ber in a temple. 

Shtefi(?)^K^,V,io83, 



w 



shten(?) ^^.(5,, B.D. 26, 5, bound, 
tied up ; perhaps to be read shet nett. 
shethu "^W 0, Rec. 2, 127, 2f 

^0,LoveSrgs5,a,2|§,2fS. 



219, 21, Anastasi IV, 12, i, a kind of drink, 
new wine, must ; Gr. f w(?ov. 

Shethu ^f ^ ^. Rec. 31, 27, a kind 
of land, dyke, bank. 

Sheth-t ^^8^^^^^, canal. 
Shetch-t 1=10 '^ L-J, a digging; C30 
ci ' 000 I 



O r-n— I 



000, 



festival of strewing sand 

3S 



Shetch-t "^ ^ ^ ^ , a kind of offering. 



3 B 4 



[ 760 ] 



q ^ = Heb. p ; Copt K and (T. 

qa,qai a\ a'^ ^^t' ^ 

to be high, to be exalted, to be long (opposed 

Y J| ^, to exalt, to be exalted; z] ^^, U. 298, 
N. 1233, long (of nails or claws); ^T^ J' ^*^"S- 
beaded .^^J.O.a.m 

P. 609. 

qaa ^'^(j. P- ^S^, exalted one. 
qa &b ^"^ Y "^j haughty, arrogant. 

qaqa ab ^"^^^ "^' Inscription of 
Henu 6, haughty, arrogant. 

qa aha aX% 'X^, Mettemich Stele 88, 
alonglife;f-^^^[)[)||^, f-^ 

A "^ f) ^ H n ' "^ ^^'"^' ""^"^ ^^"^ ^'^^' 



D ci 



, ^ 



D ^ 



, A 



D ^ 



, IV, 1077, the height of heaven. 

qaremen Y ctttii '-— fl, iv, 1031, high 

of shoulder, i.^., stiff-necked. 

Qa kha j"^ Q, A.Z., 1897, 98, "high 

crown," a title of Tirhakah. 

qa kheru ^^ } ^^> l^' 988, a 



\ 



I V 8r' loud-voiced; fern. A 
|^i,ft|^.B.M..33. 



Q ^ 

qa sa ^H 'o^ ^' iv, 968, high-backed, 

i.e., stiff-necked, obstinate. 

qa qa (qaui) || in ^W 

■><=>t>»>\ B.D. 149, IV, I, two very high 
- ". - ^ _y ' mountains. 

Qa zl "^ 11 ^, exalted one, a god. 
B.D. 150, a god. 

Qa-ab - nti - menau zi T Y v v 

A t^ ^ ^Sv"^ Ombos II, 134. a mythologi- 
H^ I ^ jj' cal being. 

Q-a-^ - ml ' \ ^' high^Oong°) arm. 

Qa-t-a ^^It"' 1-1.'^"'''' 

one of the 12 goddesses who opened the Gates 
of the Earth to Ra. 



. Qa-aau a"^ ^ ^^, Denderah IV, 
62, a bull-god with a loud voice. 

Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 59). 

Qa-t-em-aakhu-s a "^ ^ ^= '^ 

— »— , Tuat I, one of the 12 goddesses of the 
Gates of the Earth ; var. T ^ Y M • 



© II 



, Tuat 



Qa-[t]-em-sepu-s Y 

XII, a fire-goddess. 

Qa-t-em-sekhem-s Y^^=y[I, 

Tuat I, a goddess in the Tuat. 

Qa-meri-mut-f Yi^ "^ ^, Thes. 

120, one of the 36 Dekans. 

Qa-mertu-neb Y '^ %^ ^ , Den- 
derah II, 10, a god. 



B.D. 182, 
' 25, a god. 



^ Q [ 761 ] d A 

Qa - neb - m'ka - ba - f Y "T" fl ^aL-O I qa-t "^ i , height (in the sense of length). 
, Berg. I, 23, a birdgod. 

^ , B.D. 149, the god of the 8th Aat. 

Qa-her-tot-f^^l^l)^ - 

K<=>^, B.D. 125, III, 15, a title of Osiris. 

_Qa.her.f.-^||^, 
Qa-t-kheru, etc. ^ "^ |' fl | ^ ^. 

etc., B.D. 145 and 146, the loth Pylon. 

Qaserpit z]^~"*~f=^ J, Ombos II, 

133, a goddess. 

Hymn Darius, 37, the god of the high plumes 
(Amen-Ra). 

Qa-shefshef I' ™ ™ Tuat xii. 

A ^\ T i\ '^'^vwN ^ 3 I , a sailor-god 

who attacked Aapep with his paddle. 



qai-t ^"^(jIlZI. ^^flflA. 

songs ., 4, zi;^!]!]^!^,^'^ 1)1]; I. 

Hymn Darius 23, the land high above the sur- 
face of the Nile ; Copt. K^Lie, KOI. 

high place; and see ^/^ V^- 

qai en ankh ^^ (ll] ^ — f ^. 

" hill of life " — a name of the territory of the 
temple of Denderah. 

Qa /^"^ ^ , N. 767, a title of Temu. 
god of Creation. 



Qa-tem-t /\ 

a chamber in Ament. 



cm 



, Tuat IX, 



,^ 



, Rec. 30, 189, 



/\, N. 663, A 

Pap. 3024. 59, ^^, ^,, ^^Zl- 
^"^"^ i^ > hill, high ground, high place. 

qaqa^^^^",B.D.x7,9,^^ 
qa-t ^'^, U. 229, ^'^'j'. IV, 974, 

M. 440, N. 941 = ^^^(j "^^ P- 174, N. 941, 



,^ 



..^ 



Qa, Qait ^ 

^ ^, z] (j(j ^ ^ , B.D. I, the high place 



which the god of creation stood. 



Qaqa^ 



,A 



^". 



U. 494, T. 235 = /] 



, high land, 



i.e., the Nile banks above the river ; plur. 



1 



I, ^ 

XE I 

qa-t A 



Y ^ I ; Copt. KA.eie. 

jT , high, fine building. 



B.D. 17, 9, a hill in Khemenu on which the 
heavens rested. 

qaqa Y Y ^^ = ^^^ 'np'. night, dark- 
ness, obscurity. 

qa ^"^^ 1 1^, form, manner; var. ^ (1 |- 

dition, form, image, manner, aspect, phase, 
s.,le.va...^||..y,.^q()f. 

food; Copt. (TirtonfcojUL ; qa surd a 
qafi. en ret ^"^ (1 tj ^^^^ '^^^ I, Rev 

fl n I <=> « growth ; Copt 



drink ; Copt. 



13. 119. 



Q 



[762] 



Q 



\. ^ ^ I , the condition of working men. 



^AA/^/^A 



qai en menmen zi ^^^ 'I'l n '^'^^ 

""""^ Rev. II, 141, condition of 
7WUW ' quaking (of the earth). 

qai en qenqen a 

A 



V^ft/VVA 



AAAAAA 



L-^, Rev. ir, 141, combat 
qa-t zi Xi *=>, Rev., food. 
qai ^ 



p. Amen. 23, 17, plate, 
^ ' vessel of, food. 



= or 



, Metter- 



f^, 



qaqa ^ ^^ 
= unem to eat. 
qa, qaa ^'^Q> ^ 

nich Stele 215, Hymn Darius 22, A 

B.D. 64 (Nebseni), 40, ^^'^^' ^-D- 64 

(Nu), 15, to be putrid, foul, corruption, to 
vomit; compare Heb. b^'^jp. 

qaut(?) ^'^'1 ^ j. IV, 876, foes, 
enemies, filthy folk. 

qa -4^^. goat; Copt. (Tie. 



qait A 



^^^ 



.><4 



iii'-i^_miii'^_ 

a seed or fruit used in medicine 



.,^ 



qaqa a 



, a seed or fruit. 



qaqa a ^Zl ^ 0, Hearst Pap. i, 17, 
a medicinal decoction made from j ^ A 

qa-t, qaa-t a 



, T. 200, N. 791, 




■; Copt. KT^e. 



qaqa a 



,^ 



1 



boat, barge ; see >j^ ; ^ ^ ^d 



\^M 



CTD 



, State barge; Arab. 



qaqa zi "^ zi '^ -^ , B. D. (Saite) 64, 

25, to peep, to look at, to pry into. 

Rec. 21, 14, 79, 92, A.Z. 1899, 145, by, near. 



qaas a 



to bind, to fetter ; see A 



, ^ 



(1 ^ ^-=^. 









;ods 
fetter. 



qaa a *^> fl/'*> to vomit; see 

/^; Heb. NV(?)' Arab, jlj; Eth. ^J^t\ '. 

qaau zi 



Qai a' 



Xk\ spittings, vomitings, 
J?' U. 333-5- 

, B.D. 145, 45 : (i) a 



' , Mar. Aby. I, 45. 



m^ ' 



[ Harris I, 77, 3, name of a tribe or 
I ' people. 



fire-god; (2) a god of 

Qaiqashau a 



1 

qau a/\^, p. 184, A 

T. 221, N. 897, ^'^^Z|. I^ec. 26, 65, 



height of the ridges of the land above the river ; 
see A 



qauath ^^^ ^> A.Z. 1899, 36, 

a title of a craftsman. « 

qaur (qar) ^^%^ 

<:z> , boat, barge; plur. A 
I i I I 

Mar. Aby. I, 8, 85. 



^^^, A 

(2 W 



Q 



r. ^ W^, transport man, carrier; pluf. 

^^^T^ii- •-"• "'• '''"• 

carriers by boat, gold-carriers. 

qaus zl^ %> n ^\, to bind, to fetter; 



[ 763 ] 



see A "^ ^X. 



qautd-t '^ "^ ] () ^. Koller i, 5, 

^"^ t^l ^j^^ weapon (?), part of the 
_^^ _2r 1 * equipment of a chariot. 

double, to multiply, to be bowed (of the legs); 
Copt. kojK. 

crushed, overwhelmed, doubled over oneself, 

B.D. 146, XV, 39, the middle of anything; 
emqab ^ ^"^ J^, within; com- 
pare Heb. y^P!^. 

intestines, interior of the body; Heb. ^"li?. 

J v^ -mm issm issm , M. 646, a "^ | %\ 

^ Rec. 26, 79, ^ ^^^ folds of a serpent, 
I • I III wmdmgs, coils. 

Qab zi*^^ J ^^, N. 961, the windings 
of the lake of Kha 1 ; 



T=r 



a mythological serpent. 

qab en Amentt a ^^ J 



"bmn, 






, the innermost part of the Other World. 



qab-t ^"^ J^. ^ J "^ X ' ^'■^^'*' 

breasts of a woman, nipple; Copt. eKJjS.e, Kiqi. 



Qab-t-ent-Shu, etc. -d"^ J o 



^\^^^%.LL\TJi'^-^"s. 



Ill, 31, the doorkeeper of the hall of Ma^i. 
qab ^^ J Q, pot, vessel. 



w 



qafl A 



Anastasi I, 11, 4, to be choked, .suffocated. 

Qambasutnt (?) ^ %s^^^\ 

'w«AAA t^, Stele of Nastasen, Cambyses; Pers. 

]^ f^T<'Tf'^<!H 'fT"Y<'^|Kabujiya,Gr. Ka/4^i;«T^», 
Bab. f 44i-< -$[- -]nf«^ ^t]]. Recently 
doubts have been cast upon this identification. 



qamtet (?) a 

to mourn, to lament. 

qamtet a 

41, ^ 



i^5^-_J, to weep, 



^1^1 



I , A.Z. 96, 



, mourners. 

qan-t .d^ Zjj, Rechnungen XVII, 

2,3,z]^^^, bolt;plur.^^'v [ 

U. 269, A.Z. 1910, 129; see A ^ 

A '^ o , ^r> si^y- ; Copt. kKKc, KeXk\. 



qanr, qanr-t a 



A/wvvA <::: — ^ rr 



11. e ,'■ L^>"i- P^P- *4' ^ js^ 

earth, dust, dirt ; Copt. 2Cinipi (?) 

qanrai (?) a 

bolts; Copt. KXXe. 



III I 



I I I 



qar a 



qar-t a 



I I 



, hole, hollow. 



O 



, B. D. 1 80, 1 1 , a pit 



in the Tuat wherein souls lived. 
65, cellar, chamber. 



[ 764 ] 



Q 



qar a 



qarr a 



, boat, barge. 
^^^, A 



a^*6, boat, barge, flat for transport. 

<::^> v\ ^. ^ , carriers, metal carriers ; plur. 
=>%?^V:i?^L L.D. III, 140C, 



^^^ ^ I 
KubbSn Stele 10 



qar a 

N. 615, z1 



I 



\\ 



L-il 



O' 



.75, T.84, ^^ 

/T^rs Rec. 30, 185, basket, 
^ ' bundle. 



qar a 



ct: 



, Anastasi I, 7, 5, 



the last word of a book. 



qar-t a 

plur. A 



c^ , P.S.B. 13, 412, bolt; 



, ^ 



a^ I 



^ Rec. 15, 67, frog; 
I ' Copt. KpOTp. 



o III' JJfi.'^ ^ 1 ^5'-^ I 

qarr a"^ 

Qarr ^'^*==> i <=> i ^^' "■^'"^^ 

man " — a proper name ; Copt. KpOTp. 

ings ; Copt. (J^lX. 

^ ' -^|,collar;Copt. kXA-X. 



qarr 



-Sa&_2iG 



qarr ^"^"^-^ 1 v^, to be light, 

swift, weak ; compare Heb. v ~r)\) . 

^ V S -^ NT' ^'^^'' ^^^^' delicate; 

qer& ^ (j|7\;qerr "^ .sas^^^. 
qarmatd^-^^^^]!]^^^. Mar. 

Karn. 55, 62, foreskins. 

qarnata^^^Y^](j?,Mar, 

ibid. 54. 55, ^^•=. ^ ] l\ I, ibid. 54, 
50, 51, P.S.B. 10, 150, Rec. 22, 70, Thes. 1201, 



V 



??? 



, Roug^ I.H. 143, 37, 



compare Heb. 777*^57. 

qarhuta zi^ '\^](l?i^' ^ 



metal pot ; Heb. rin7|2, Copt. (^^.X^.^X. 



burial. 



- 1 , ground, 

si 
W c^ 



qars-t ^<=i>P^ = 

qarret ^'^^, 
earth, street (?) ; van A 

i.x tk \\ I1 n city, town; com- 

qartA ^ ^^^ J [| , p^^^ Heb. m,7. 

D ' ^-^ 



ring, seal ring 

qarrta a 



-Saa 



seal 
ring. 



qartchan a 



1905, 103, A 



I (U) 



I i 



^ £} axe; Heb. jn^, Deut. xix, 5, 
mi' ■' *' Isaiah x, 15. 

Qahaqu ^ "^ m ^ ^ ^ ^ j , Harris 
I, 76, 6, 78, 10, Anastasi I, 17, 4, name of a 
tribe or people. 



cut stones, masonry ; var. zl X tmni • 

break, to tame lions, to fetter ; see A ^\ W^ 

instruments of imprisonment. 

^ ^, light, fire(?); Copt. KOO^X. 

qaha a '^ ^ ^^ 8 I , parched, dried. 

aahau-t.^f^^l^.wi 

dows (?) openings for light or heat. 



wm- 



Q 



[765] 



qahaq^^|>-^^,,„ break, to 
break in, to fetter. 

heave up, to vomit; see zd (1 \\ Z"^. 

qas ^^P^, U. 510, P. 204, N. 761, 

j:.-^p^^'-ki^ 



X 



L-J] 



' ; var. z) 



^' 



qass-t A 



bond, tie ; plur. ^ 



n ^ to tie, to bind, 
H ulfl' to fetter. 

pP^, fetter, 



o 



^ 



f 



qasu z3^ P (f ^^, T. 310, P. 550, 

609, N. 806, ^^^^ ^ (f ^,T. 234, p. 610, 

^^P^m'^^^-^°'^^'^^''5,%P^|, 

fetters, ties, bindings. 

qas ^"^ P f ' ' ^ ""^P^ ^^^^^^ (■*) 

qas ^'^p|=^P^ and ^pl bone. 

qasau ^3^ ^ C^, ^^^ P^^"H.^ of a 

_ffi^ I III boat (?) 

Qaq zJ^^^, N. 767, a proper name (a 

pun on zj"^|]^;=::*). 

QaU^^]!], P. as., ^^]^, 

M. 525, N. 1 106, a god. 

qatartd. zi'^^^jasa 1 |(1 "incense; 
Heb. nibp, Assyr. Iju-ta-ru ^i^^ j^yyy ^. 

qathaur |-f ^, |]f ^, 

Y c , ^^ Piehl, Sphinx 2, 7, the whole, 
h <z=>' altogether; Gr. «-a^ oX 01/. 



qathre-t ^^ *7* "7^ ^. village, 

small town ; Heb. fTHp, 

qat-t j1^ c^ •<5, T. 35, N. 133, 

Stubble; plur. z1 "^ ^^^^ "^ ; Arab, iii, 

Qj&t A ^ ^^^^ ^ Litanie 80, a form of 
^■^^^ ^ m ^ S3' the Sun-god. 

qatit.^.=.(]().I^. ajmd^of 

Amherst ^ ^ ^ J, ^ j^, Anastasi I, 24. 3. 
thorns, scrub, stubble, " bush " ; Heb. thp. 

qatcha ^^i^ :, ^^|-^ 

A.Z. 1905, 103, mud, rubble. 

qatchatcha ^"^i^i^ 

a kind of cake, loaf. 

qatchatcha ^-^1^1^ 

to hew; Heb. V^p. 

qatchauar^^l^f]-^ 

^ , oil, unguent. 



iTitn 
III 



X 

w 



5. A 
w 



qatchamar (?) ^^^ i 



5, a kind of stuff for clothing. 

Qatcharti^^i^J^,=fI](l^ 

M*, Anastasi Pap. I, 23, 6, a chief of Asher. 

qatchah ^^ | ^ /^. Roug^ I-H. 
II, 125, to smash, to break, to scatter. 

q4.y..y|,.^y|..yil. 

Pap. 3024, 50, Peasant 41, ^ (1 ^ U jl iovcn^ 

manner, state, condition ; plur. ^ IJ y p^ I . A.Z. 
1905, 24, divine forms ; Copt. (Tl-It-. 



", Jour. E.A. III, 103, with 



, all at once. 



Q 



[766 ] 



Q 



q& n semt ^ (j | j] V ^' ^"^^^" 

Stele 12, the manner of the country. 
q&h zi [j I 



to stretch out the hands 
in prayer. 






, to tie, to bind, to fetter ; 

n n '*^ under the 
^^^'^;^r'^'^=^^^l^^' ban. 

q&S j()Pf^, ^(1P^> to vomit, to 
overflow, efflux. 

Qatmus -^ !] -=^ ^ ^ ^ ^' ^^^■ 

6, 6, the name Cadmus. 



qa ^ f^, A.z. 1900, 30, 



r*"' 



ht^ 



to vomit. 
1 



qa "^ S f^ i . vomit, sickness. 



qa 



A 



, B.D. 145,84 



qa nmD , — 



precious stone ; see A 



000 
and 



, a kind of 



\J 



qa-hat ^ ^,, Rec. 23, 201, well-pleased, 
content, agreeable (?) ; Copt. ^.K^^TTH. 



qaf 



Qan 



Rev. 6, 81; see 



, side. 

Tuat VII, a god fettered by 
the Hour-gods. 

, driver (?); 



qar -— n^ ^, t:=::^^_jr)§r 



!, 



]L1j: 



^ %L-J]V^, 






qar 






(0 ''^, Rev. 14, 20, a fiend (?) 



1312, P. 646, 



^s-Jl, 



^ 8 '^-^ , Ebers Pap. 38, 5, to thrust with 
a horn, to stretch out the hand and arm ; 



Pl^|(|-''- 



q§.h 



A 



\Zl'l 



^ \ '^"^ ^> ^'■™j shoulder; dual 



? 1 



(2 



,_-fl zl 



_^;plur._^^ , 



I I I 



i\ 



Stele 132, 



r>-J^ A 

I I I £ 

A /^ 



tk /•— fl I 



I^ 



A I 



I , Herusatef 



A 



r^^ (? . 



I 111 



; Copt. 



Ke^ in KeXeitKe^, KeXev Ke^. 

qah "^ I ]], U. 577, t^e tip [of a horn]. 



Qah-aabti 

21, the 
qahu 



I ? 

I, 21, the left shoulder of Osiris 

A 



W 



, B.D. 



'-» — fl the margin of a 
crx;^ ' book. 



r^-J^ \> 



^ I' 



qah ^ I '^, IV, 659, ^ 

A.Z. 35, 18, L.D. Ill, 229c, ^^ 

elbow, bend of a river, angle, corner, coign ; 

^ I ^"^ " ' ^^'■^^^tef Stele 13, ^ 

?Hr-^ ' ' , Nastasen Stele 17, the four quarters of 
^-*-^ ,,' 

the country or of the world ; Copt. KOO^. 

qahu __^|^Xiit' ^""^^^^ ^'^^^ ^°' 

p. 1116B, 30, applied to tanks in which fish 

are kept. 

A^ cm Rec. 13, 19. 14, 14, earth, 
^=^ 111' ground; Copt. KA.^. 



qah 

qaq a^ A 



Rev. 12, 49, to cry out, 
cry ; Copt. Y^LM.. 



qi A\\\\ li, Rev. II, i39> with aa^aa^, state, 
condition, mode, manner; Copt. (5^,, (Tilt. 

A 



Qi '^ IJ 11 J] . a title or name of a god. 

qi en ari menkh-t ^ (1(1 %f^^^ 

^^ ^, Canopus Stele = lov atoXiafiov. 

% £^ I 

qi en Ast a (](] | ^^^^ J] ^, Rev. 2, 351, 

ceremony in honour of Isis. 

qi en ankh ^ (](] f ^"^^ ^ 

living ; Copt. (Svs\^v(^. 



•^®,Rev., 



Q 



[ 767] 



qi en berfi, a 



I N^i\hf^ 



J'f^^i^ 



Rev. 2, 35 f, •• la mise en livre." 



qi tokh J (1(1 {1 ^ , celebration of the 
li Jl ® M I drink festival. 

Cli zj fl/l o ** '^'"*^ °^ mineral unguent or 
S 1 o' incense. 



p ? 

I o o o 



qi ^ 0(^ e ©, J 



:3 



^, Rev. 12, 91, 

I1 <iQQ' 11 III estate; Copt. Kiie. 
qi Zl ()(] (2 Y, to be high, exalted. 

ftitaui ^ 5 "^ flfl Wffl, ^ mythological 



W ' I I *n ' serpent. 

qu ZI%^ A, ^^' "^°' ^ ^^"*^ °^ bread, 

ququ ^d ^ Zl %^ ° , Rec. 15, 102, a kind 
of fruit, palm nuts (?) ; Gr. KovKiot^iopov. 
qu-t A ^ , farm, grange. 

qu z1 %^ '^"~^, Thes. 1 48 1, to attack (?) 

QU ^ %s ^ ^•^* ^^'' 5' p^""'^ °^ ^^^ ^°^y 

JL III' of the infernal Tortoise. 

I- 



qui 



Rev. II, 184, little one; Copt. 
KOTI. 



ququp-t ^^EJ, ^^^' ^^' 71' '^^ 
(0(3 ^^' hoopoe. 

lll'^o o o'(a(?=io 



qunek zi% 

bread, food. 

^ \\ 



qur 



e 



U^ 



, boats, barges. 



quru /4 ^ r- 11 ^ ' » porters, boatmen. 

qur-t A \^ "^^ ^' -^ ^ ^ O ^' * ^'^"'^' 
qus-t -d >r) ^ "'^, f ^, Rec. 14, 46, 
a measure ; Gr. x*""'* Copt. ZHC. 

qeb, qebb ^jj, ^|J, U. n, 2,2,. 79, 






""^ — ^' ^ J J fy ^^ ' ^- '"6». 36. Israel Stele 
23, to be cool, to refresh oneself, the opposite 

Copt. K&A, xfio&. •fH&. 

^^^^-t-Ji?. rntm^dw^irat 

qebseref^Jj^ P^f^M'^^'^yo, 

Thes. 1 48 1, a man who blows hot and cold 

alternately. 

qebb-t^ll Jloi6=,j511VI?^. 

Rec. 29, 147, something cool, quiet speech. 

qebu, qebbu J l % (5 ^, a B 

nt^{« -Ji -ZT (i=-=, J! 

J v^ y A/vvAAA, Love Songs 7, 8, cool water. 

oAbb /I H H^^^ * tank of cool water, 
qeDD ^JJ,,,, the Nile. 

qebbu ^J J |^,. ^y^es. 

qeb, qebb a J xin , zi J J 2^3 , cool 

breeze, a refreshing, a cooling. 

qeb meh a J X^ oo>^ iti , the cool 

north wind. 

qebui ^ J ^ ^^ ', Rec. 18, 165, 

A 11 T^ ^ '^ T^ I the north wind, icy 
Jl T W ' <?J T I ' winds. 

Qeb ^ 2^ I, Berg. I, 35, ^ J ^^ I^. 
A I Jj , the god of the North Wind. 

or plant from which oil is extracted ; plur. 
"^JO i' ^^^' ^' ^°^" 

qeb -4 J ffl , IV, 1 162, oil, jars of oil 

qeb ^J^. ^J^' *^' ^^^ 

innermost part ; Heb. ^"X) . 

nfib-t yi ^ , ^ Sphinx 2, 80, intestines, 
" Jl I I I 111 ' bowels, the viscera. 



Q 



[ 768] 



Q 



qebu ^ J 
Qeb A 



• the internal coils of a 
' serpent. 

the name of a many-coiled 
mythological serpent. 

qeb A 1^^» ^J^ ' Amen. 6, 9, 

to double, to increase ; Copt. KCofi. 

qeb A J ^^, circuit, company, group, 

order, series ; A J^=^ wwNA«=r=^HjK @, IV, 39, 

the circuit of the Delta; ^ J^^ 1^^^, IV, 

026, the circle of the smeru; A \^ Of » 

A » ;==n ^*^ \> ^, the great assembly. 



AAAAAA 

w 



qebu ^ J "^ I . group of people, com- 
pany , multitude ; A \ _ ^ i , Coronation 



Stele 3, companies of soldiers. 

Qeb- Amentt ^ J ^ ^ ^. b.d. 

IB, 8, 17, 46, the abode of the heart of Osiris. 

qeb renput ^ J^^^ff f "^ ' > ^^^• 

32, 179, doubler or multiplier of years, a divine 
title. 

qeb-t a\i, Metternich Stele 144, ^ J d. 

arm, shoulder, breast, teat, nipple, throat, gullet. 
qeb-t A \ , Zl I o , a mineral earth. 

^^^^, Rev. 12, 46, to take vengeance. 

Qebak ^^1 Thes. 8i8, Rec. i6, io6, 
■'czip* I a goose-god. 

qeba-t ^Ji]^, ^J ^ ^, garment, 
shirt; Copt. Kofi.1. 

qebi ^J^\. ^ J ^, Amen. 8, 2, 

J HH ^*^ ^ ' to tease ; Copt. KOJOJ^e. 
qebqebi-t ^J ^ J '^, Amen. 24, 10, 

^Jz3j|)(].i%)0,^J^]J(j(j^^, to over- 
throw, to defeat, to massacre ; Copt, (rlfi.6^1^. 



= ^Zi:::« 



, A.Z. 1908, 8, A \ 

J/VAAftAA 
"^Hc , a ship of Byblos. 

-=:il i the Great One. 

qebh ^ Jl § [y> ly. [y ^^ » to cool, to be 

cool, to refresh oneself. 

qebh a j| fi (S O , coolness, refreshing. 



qebh-t v , Rec 6, 12, 

Rec. 31, 32, place of coolness, bath, sanctuary ; 



, bath-master. 

^AAAA^ Q 

qebhu ly -wvaaa wi , libationer. 

qebh-ta -^ J § I? "I Q > ^'- 292, libationer (?) 
Qebhit^Jfj|o,P-604. the^godde^ 

Qebhit ^J|!](l^j?^''^^ goddess on 
the royal crown who brought cooling. 



libation vase. 



^^''^-ilE-jii-jts 



^AAAA^ A 









^AAAAA 



ftAAAAA 
ftAAAAA , 



Rec. 27, 222, cool water, libation, the watery 
of heaven, the celestial abyss; ^d J o vIV 

qebhu |^,|^^,.J|^^ 



mass 

AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



AAA/\A« 

/^^^AAA 



AAAAAA 
AAAAA'V y^ 



AAAAAA 

AAAAAA fes^ rV/VQ , 



the lands flooded by the Nile, the great deep 
of heaven. 

ly AA^A^^ ^^ I @ , pond or lake 
A lA AAAAAA Jot I 
with waterfowl. 

qebhu^JI^I^-^I.Rec.,, 

.48,A.Z.i9.o,.33,^Jf^|^j,^Jf 
I , waterfowl. 



Q 



qebeh-tl ^JI\(5^(^^. 

fowler, marsh-man. 

Qebhu ^ J 1 1 ^. U. 483, M. 393, 

N.M7,.Jt^|^,P.^4..J5|, 

N. 784, 1 169, '^ Jl^l^. Hh. 325, 
J J R ^ , A.Z. 1906, 130, the sky, heaven. 

aebhut ^Jf|5<="^Yf. !•• 392. 

N. 1 163, I ov-^, M. 795, 825, N. 1317, 
a goddess, the daughter of Anubis. 

Qebh - neteru - He - 1 

Palermo Stele, the name of a 
temple. 



[ 769 ] Q J 

qebes zjj[l(}, oJp|), ^j\^. 

ree. 

qebtl ^ 1°, IV, 11J6- ^ H", the 



int 



Qebh-senu-f 



, U. 219, T. 60, 



N. 1294, (y AAAAAA y C^>iY""^^lQ ll '' 

. jy AAwvA tf p jW , a son of Horus, god of 

the western heaven and earth and protector of 
the liver and gall-bladder. 

Qebh-senui-f Ml"^^: (0 thegod 

of the 4th hour of the night; (2) fv 11 , 

Py V I "^^ZEP , the god of the 7th day of the month. 

Qebb-senuf.JI^^III^^, 

B. D. 99, 22, a bolt-peg in the magical boat. 

name of the pyramid tomb of Shepseskaf. 
qebes ^JPr\. ^oug6 l.H. Ii, 126, 

A HI %\ ^^ subdue, to tie, to fetter, to con- 
J + Jf' quer; Heb. ;:)n3. 



a tree. 



title of an official ; see qenbet. 

qepag ^ "^ © ^ , to dance, dance. 

qef-t » <^ ] , an unveiling. 

qefqef "^ ^ , Rec 24, 163 



qef, qefau 



/^^' 



Rec. 35, 58, /d 3^, ^, Metternich Stele 122, 



Ill' 



^ 



U 1- '^^ _B»— U I' ^^' ^^^' 
power, strength, confidence, magical power. 



12, wooden bolts or bars(?) 

qefa 4 t /i' •^°"''' '^^* '^°^' ^^^' ^'^ 

rob, to assault ; Copt. KOXJOqe. 

qefen ^, U. 569, ^£^ A, -p. 426, 

M. 610, N. 1 2 14, to clasp, to enclose. 

aefen ^^n ^° build a house, to set up 

*£^ f^^ , Rechnungen 37, to be hot, to bake. 

°qefen.^fl. ^ - ^ ° 



Will 



Rec. 3, 56, „^ n=n , sacred cake or bread. 



A D 

Lew— i\f^j>j>A' 



^ A B.D. 142, II, 10, 
^ jJJ ' a city of Osiris. 

rn an ape-god, sacred 
^. ' monkey. 



QefQU 

Qeftenu 

qeften ^ ^ |f ^ ^ ¥• 



^3 <=> n 

sacred monkey ; plur. g^^ i^ 



3 c 



Q 



[ 770 ] 



Q 



Qeftenu '^^^^^ 



B.D. 42, 28, 153B, 9, an ape-god who worked 
the net of the Akeru-gods. 



qem a ^ = ^I=l "g^"!]' ^^ ^""8 '" .*" 

end, to complete. 

Qem-baiu-S ^C£7 \ ^^ -*- , the name 
of a festival. - 

Qem-baiu set \ 

name of Hathor ; var. /'O^ 

qem a 



^o 



, a title or 



Rev. 13, 9, to behave or 
act in a seemly manner. 

13,15.1 f ^^,reed;plur. 1 f^m' 

A.Z. 1908, 121, 'jl^'^, Rec. 3, 50; var. 

s o papyrus nilotica; Heb. ND^, 

'^^^_^.^' Eth. -^c^Ji^: 

qema 3' '^' 1 ^ ^ ^' ^^^' '^' ^'^' 
reed, coarse grass; plur. ^4 ^^^ vU Rec. 
3,49; Heb. b^m. 

qemama 3_>'^'^, reed. 



qema ^ ^, Nastasen Stele 35, meadow, 
garden ; Copt. (TtUJUL, (57wAJLe, cycOJUL (?) 

qema a \ U. 361, ^''^ |, A.z. 1910, 

133, -^ 111' 3 1' 3 1 ^' B-l^- (Todt., N.) 



throw, to hurl, to cast away, to throw a boome- 

qemau aW\ ^- 461, boomerang, 
I Jr' weapon. 

qema "i tv ^ '^^S^ , 'o overturn, to over- 
qema ^ \ to work in metal. 



qemau 3lfff = 3k^ii 

woodcutters (?) miners (?) 

qema 3 "], U. 382, ^"j |, iv, 967 

^ "^^ Q Q 1 ^^ ^ ' ^^ ™^^^» *° fashion, to form 
to create, to beget; 3 ^ ^ 1 
^\ ^^ , B.D. 113, 2, created by a word 

qema-t ^^-j, 3^11 i^ 

product, natural product, natural disposition. 

beings or things, creation. 

aemau ^^4 "^ %S creator, god of 
qemau ^ ^ Jj^* creation. 

Qemau ur 3, '^ ^ ^^ ^ , Great 

Creator; plur. 3 1^1 S^^^'"' 
Rec. 31, 27. 

qemai-t ^ 1^ [](j oj, com, grain. 

qema, qemam i> "l |, 3 "j ^- 

B.D. 142, VI, 18, Metternich Stele 2, ^ ^^\ 

3kM3^kl|3 

, statue, form, image. 



qema-ti 3 Jf' statue, image, form. 

qemam ^\^\ 3^ 

^\ ^ ^ ^ , to form, to fashion, to create, 

qemamu(?)3,^k^l 



4. 2, 



Q 



[ 771 1 



3 



reated th 
Y ^, Rec. i6, 



, something 



qemam-t a 

57, mother, parent. 
B.L). 179, 2, the Creator, 
wrought, worked (of metal). 

qemamu i>|^^^l, 3 

k^ V^ I ^^^- 33» 7» workers in wood or 
_P ST I ' metal. 

qemam 3 ^ |^ -^ | ^> A.Z. 

1907, 123, to move; Copt. KIJUL. 

qemamtiu3.;^^-^l, wail. 

ings, wallers, those who lament ; see qemtiu 

qemat ^ ft ^' *° lament, to moan, to 

-^ /^ T "^-^ 
groan ; varr. i Qf , zl J . 

qem4 zi|(|,iv, 63 

aemait4,;, 4 ^ ,;, 4 I]!] J, 

Koller 4, 2, ^ I (](]|, A.Z. 1905, 15, jQ f|1 ^ 

an Arabian gum or resin ; Copt. KOJULH, Gr. 
«:o>/tr (gummi), Herodotus II, 86,96; a\ 



^ o I 



III 



I , the finest qemai. 



D O I 

qem&i ^ ^ ()(] O, ^ ^ i)() '» ^ ^i^^id 

preparation of qemai ; var. A ^, V • 

qemai-t ent anti zi flfl ^ ^""^ 

o, IV, 329, the gum of the myrrh tree. 



VS/VVVA 



qemd,it khentiu a 

Rec. 22, 103, a drug. 



qema-t ^ Q (1 >? , cut, wound, hole, slit. 
qemd,-ti ^ 2 (1 '^^ statue, image, form. 



aem& Xo 'ft *° *'"^ "'' ^^^ *" mitm- 

t 21' ment ; see shamft. 

qemft ] — o^ '^, iv, 61, "j :^, 

I tt>^ » B.U. (Saite) 163, 8, empty, helpless (?); 

unguent, gum. 

Qemi ^^(1(]'^'. Re^- ^4, '6, the 
land of the .South — Upper Egypt. 

A.Z. 1908, 121, to see, to look, to perceive. 

leaves, leaf-work. 

qemhu -^^f^O' 'T- 57, M. 217, 



of fine flour; compare Heb. fTOp, Arab. ^, 
Syr. ,iJ«^ Eth. t^^h : '^ 

qemhu | ^ "^ , crown of the head. 
" He who sees " — a title of Horus and Ka. 

qemqemut /■ ^ ^ ^ O °. R«- 

14, II, tambourines; Copt. KeJULKeJUL, 
qemt ^U, image, statue; var. _^ *| fl. 

qemtiu | ^v "^ ^ ' > ^'ailJ"gs, wailers, 
those who lament or groan ; var. ^^ 



e 



I I I 



, inert, help 



qemtu(?) "l 

less, weak or feeble men ; var. A^ v\ AA 1 . 
qemt ^ ^^. Rec. 34, 178, A ^^ 



I, A.Z. 1870, 171, 



I , to weep, to wail, to lament. 



3 c 2 



Q 



[772 ] 



Q 



qemtch ^ J "^ , '" """^"•' '° ""P'J° 
qen,qenu ^, -^^^_^. -^11' 



^ 



X 



, i' O I 
I 
I 



t I 



o 



^tw-Zl I O (2 



vv£vA%\ ^ii^ . vsAws V>^»-=,, much, 



many ; ^A^ ,-»■*-. "^^^ , very great many. 

(£ I I I ^ III 



qen, qeni 



^AAA/^^ n -"* /vaaaaa 



to be strong, to make strong, to fortify, to 
have power over, to overcome, to conquer, to be 
master of, to possess, to lord it over someone, 
to vanquish, to beat, to strike, to thresh. 

qena-t ^ () '^ , P. 662, 780, M. 773, 

wounded, stricken, beaten. 

qenu ~^\,^, "T-^S-Jl' S^ 

^ ^ o X ^.vvAAAtV], /WWW A^ Strong, 
^.^' vwwv \w«V|' D (^ ' (2 J^' 

bold, brave, mighty, fight, battle, victory, the 
prize of victory. 

qen-t ^aawv f^M, -wwsa ^ Jl , might; power, 

strength, valour. 



qen L— J, "'^'^^^ 

A ^yP^ A ^ A ^ 

'L-Jl 



zl 

AAAAAA 

. Z] 

' , /\A/W\A 
I AAAAAA 



!L=fl 



warrior, soldier, man of war : plur. aaaaaa 
IV, 975, AAAAAA V P-^ III, cavalry. 

qeni >^\^j^,^ ^^'^""g "^^"' something 



qeni-t 



strong. 
, troops, braves, forces. 



Qen-ab-f ^^ , ^-D- 39, ^5, a storm- 
^ s — D^^_' god. 

Qen-Amen ^^(1 ^^, ^Jj^ "^«J\°5 ,^ 

s a 1 vwwv horse of Seti I. 

qenn aaaaaa L— /), -wwva ^^'h. Peasant 46, 

AA/VVAA A/WW\ jj 

Zl ^ =i^. Z] X 

/VWNA^ ^ , /WAAAA - j SCe ~ • 

WAAAA AA/WVA S .'I AA/W\A/\ ^^^^ 

qenqen »^, Rec 21, 97, 



Nastasen Stele 46, 
, Amen. 12, 5, 



Zl z3 X 



AAA/WV (^AA/V^A 1 *" I AA/SAA'V AAAAAA 

] *='h , Amen. 14, 16, 



W/WAA AA/vAAA 



UJ, " " /^„1, Koller 2, 4- 

V\/SAAA ^^AAA^ AAAA/W\ AAAAAA t> -" I I 

Z]^ X ^ J ^ "^, Love Songs 2,3, 

O O ^^^J A/7WNA AAAAAft X J J 

z3 ZJ ^ X to beat, to strike, to fight, beat- 
r ^' ing, fight, battle. 



qenqenu (?) 

pieces, fragments. 



Zl zl X 



, IV, 668, broken 



z1 zl 



qenqennu 

satef Stele 78, 82, fight, battle 

qenqeni-t 

AA/vAA/\ A/SAAAA 

tool used for beating. 

^ z] 
qenqeniu 

AAAAAA ^AAAA^ 

instruments used in beating, mallets 

qenqen-[t] 

place of beating, torture ground 

Qenqentiu 

a group of gods. 

A 



, a wooden 

(j(|^;;,,.oouor 

allets. 

s, Hh. 559, a 



(^^AAA/^ ^A/^A/^A 



, Hh. 366, 



qen "^ O , Nastasen Stele 33 

AA/WAA »..l i- 



zl 

AAAAAA 

X 



suffer injury or calamity. 

qen - 1 v^aaa 

wrong, misfortune. 



^AAA^A 

(NAftAAA . 
/VxAAAA 



z] 

^AAAAA 



<^, injury. 



qenu ^ ^, aa^ ^^, iv, 1109, ^ 





,, defeat. 



A X 

. /SAAAAA .«^^ 

weakness, misfortune, injury, damage, famine, 

calamity, offence, violence, murder (?) 

A ^ i IV, 968, violent men, 
qenu ^^^^ yf I ' wrongdoers. 



. A ,^ ^ 

qen, qeni u , 

r.j\/-j\f\f\ A^AA^^ 



S , to be fat ; 



Copt. Kem. 



qenn aaaaaa 



qenqen 



^ L.D. III, 194, 35, to be fat; 

^' Copt. Keitne, Kftite. 

A A A ^ ^ ^ 



A^sAAAA AAAAAA 



/^vnaaa aaaaaa 



© 



Rhind Pap. 34, to eat, to feed. 
qen ^ ^ /^, waterflood 



/V^AAA I ^ ( 

/^«««^T,++ '^ ^ !\ B.D. no, 38, a god- 
Uenqentt ;A/^^^J4 , ^less in Sekhet-Aaru. 



Q 



773 ] 



Q,enqen-t(?) ^/y^A^^ ^/^^ ^AAA«A, b.d. ho, 

a lake in Sekhet-Aaru. 



qen w>w> . Rei-. 8, 134, Leyd. Pap. 14, ii, 

s — e^ U o c2 ' 2r ' 

perfect, to finish, to make an end of, to com- 
plete, refined (of metal) ; Copt. KHIt. 

I i I ' llll I 

qen-t , ^c^ = /^ , estate, landed property. 
qen-tiu 



o 



] . ^ I j , Pap. 3024, 97, 



ends of the earth, boundaries. 

Qenti(?) ^ ^^^ ^^^ IV, 655, remote 
^ ' >m. f\yvn' Iand(?) 



(\yvQ' 



qenti ^^ ^^^ ^^'' 383 = semti, two 

a, \\ o-'^^^i ' hill lands or deserts. 

yarn (?) weavers (?) 



qen -0-, Leyd. Pap. 10, 5, ^^ , 

IV. 1 104, , Rev. ri, 169, mat, carpet, 

rug, sack ; ^^ f\ vvwv^ q ^ j , Rec. 5, 90, a 
palm-leaf mat ; Copt. (Tbonfne. 

qen, qenu ^ 0, ^ f>, -vv^ f>, "^ 

__y3 '^ AA ^ ^^^^' ^^^''' ^^ State, 
' v,AA/v\ Hi -Si^^' throne, couch, litter. 

throne bearers (?) 

qen-ti /w^vaa >i^ 1^ , body, belly. 

qen-ti (?) ^ ^ ^^i^^, ^^^, a plant or 
seed used in medicine, reed (?) 



qenn, qenn^ a^/wva 3, iv, 1146, reed; 

AA/\A/\A N 

varr. vsaaaa (j ■u \A[ , a/wa/w 

V\A/W\ 1 N AAAAAA 



3 '^, A.^ fl i ^; Heb. n:p. 

qen& (1 ^, IV, 1024, to bewail, 10 

/S/V\/NAA I CJ. 

lament ; compare Heb. TlT'D . 

T '• 

qen& ^ Q ( / ^^^— ^' Shipwreck 44, 



^3 n o 



A 






L-fl, Treaty 36, 
, to embrace, to hug (a shadow, 



qeni ^ (1, U. 645, ^ (1 H. Ship- 

'W\/*«A 1 <>.IVVSAI« III 

wr-k .33. '^ fln. IV, ,,63. ^ d,^,, 

1-estschrifi 117, 9, l\^\) ^^-^. Anastasi 

AA^V/«A I W 

^ (YRec.3...70. ^ U ^ flOi-O 

AAAAAA I f AA^/SA 1 A^WtAA 1 I f 

(J \ 1 , P. rri6B, 13, embrace, hug, breast 

bone, bosom, breast, body, belly ; Copt. KOf It 

qeni ^ iJO^.IV.jos. ^ fl^ 

AAAAAA III A«V\AAA 1 



IV, 666, " (] (2 ,^, ^ Q (2 f> 

A/V»AAA I 11 AAAAAA 1 

^ ()%", ^ ^ , Amherst 26 

AAAAAA 1 JI S_^>^ AAAAAA 1 U. -1 

^ fl^O.Ikhernefertii, "^ Q ^ CT^ 

A/VVWA I _ZI illL AAAAAA 1 _/! 

AAAAAA I /I WAAAA 1 Si» ^^ 

U , ,, (J (2 , Rec. 19, 96, bearing 

AAAAAA I C ^ AAAAAA 1 III 

pole, litter, palanquin, chair, portable shrine or 



naos 



A V^^ L.D. III, 194. 

c III' ^^ 



qena 



i ^ fl n. N'- 954, ^ I) <5 f>. 

AAAAAA I AAAAAA 1 

^ n o •'^ garment, cape (?) coarse cloth : 

A^ ^ V ' ' c:opt. (TboTrne. 

A jn R*^c. 31, 20, a leather 
H v ' garment. 



A^^SAAA 



/] ^ p. 204 -H 1 1, garment, 
H o o' (■ape(?) 



qena 

qena-t 

qena ^ (1, ^ (1% ^r>cl' '''•^"- 

AAAAAA 1 AAAAAA 1 #1 "^^^ ^^"^p 

1201, (1 v., sheaf, bundle of grain. 

AAAAAA 1 ^ 

«^w,A 4- -^A*^" '^/i^' -^n^" 

qena-t (^qo, n ,, n$ 

AAAA/SA I >^ O AAAAAA I ^^ I V^AAA I Ml 

a kind of ochre (?) coloured earth. 

AAAA 1 N SVSAAA 1 ' ' ' 



/3 

AVIAAA 



qena, qenn& 

kind of drink. 

qen&u ^ [1%^^.^; seeA^, 

, Z] Zl X 
and r. 

AAAAAA AAWNA tt^^l 

qeniu ■" fl^V' •" 1^°^- 

AA^VSAA 1 Jl JSr ^A^^AAA 1 _fl I I I 

well-fed, fattened. 

qeni ^ (1(1 i^l. "•^- ••*9' '• ^ 'L'"**,'^f 
^ H S i— i' cloth, sacking (?) 

qenu ^ ^ (Y breast ; Copt. KOtn. 

VW>AA (2 I I 

3 c 3 



Q 



[ 774] 



Q 



^^■«« ^ tr-i a strong bull, a powerful 
qenu ^5^, ^ animal. 

qenu ^ ]^-. ~^ ^ feSl ' ^ '^"^ '''°"^ 

horse, stallion (?) 

qenu ^ Q, heat, fire, burn. 

aenu -^^ ° , incense (?) ochre (?) 
^ O Sill 

5, 86, corner of a building, angle, nook ; dual 

^ U ' oppos^t^ corners. 

««-«Ki,-. i^n ^\ ! A.Z. 1900, 30, corners 
qenbm ^ ^^ ^, | . ^ (of the earth). 

qenb-t "^ ) ^ , rectangular chamber. 

qenb-t ^ 1 "^ ^' ^•2^- 45, 125, 

•=1] ^, a court official ; plur. ^^^ ^ j , I^» 9^6, 

I 1,, he upper classes ;_^j erf I. Rec 
14, 75, tribunals. 

qenebtiunuu[r^'Q^;^,lV, 

^ n^ .-^1 rpv4r"^vSi 
1 1 20, ''^''^ V_ ' 'Jvv ^r \> I m Qr' 

'a/w>aa.J\\ Jis ^whLL jt ' ill 2LL 

peoples on the land. 

qenb-t [P^ , Rec. 33, 121, "nJ 
document; plur. "n]^ I . 'nO f] ^ ^1^1 ^ ^ 



qenb 



J(® IV, 1075, to tie, to 
L^' bind. 



qenb ^ B (£ fV r& » part of a dowry. 



^ O 



qenfl ~^ ^ , ^ y"^, to knead 
dough, to prepare bread. 

/lATiT* -I- ^ ^ Dublin Pap. 4, B.D, 15 

^ <=>lll 

qenh ^ § r ^ «. a.z. 1878, 49, to tie, 

to fetter ; Copt. (TtJOKg,. 

aenh "^ 8 ^^ ^° ^^ moved or incited by 
• X -A ' ill-feeling or envy. 



qenhit 



ftAAAAA C 



, shrine, chapel ; 



plur. /VAAAAA 



I, Rev. 13, 23, /^wsAA 



o I 



^^i,Kev.i3,23,^t|l^^ 
Rev. 13, 8; Gr. /co'/xv, '^07x09, Copt. Kii^e. 



qenuhi (qenhit?) '^^ 

shrine, chapel. 



qenh ^ ^ "^^ ^^37, ^^^^ ^^, the 

name of the 24th day of the moon. 

^^„_T_Vi4- A^ r n strong = qen + 

qenekht --^ ^^--=^' nekht. 



qens (?) ^^^, IV, 160, given (?) 

A 



qens ^A^^'^A 

qens ^ 

^enns ^ O fl ^ 



, IV, 1 197 = 



decay, corruption ; 
Copt. KItOOC. 



qent 



A „ C\ S violence, wrong ; Copt. 

(Tone. 

A ^ to be angry ; Copt. 







w '^, 



qent '^ 'i^,iv, 1082, ^A£^A^U-il, 



IV, 260, 'AAWV ■^^^ ^^AAAA ^ Qf' 

to be wroth, to rage, to be furious; Copt. 

A ^ I :R T, A '^ \ 

qent-t ^aaaaa m^ P.S.B. 24, 44, ^^^aa^a ^ 

;v^ ^, ^A^AA/^ _ , wrath, ragc, anger, 



fury 'y AAAAAA 



u^ 



2, 12, 13, angry; 

/\AA/W\ ^ 

the raging of the sea. 



\ Ij , AAAAAA "^ I [1 , Love Songs 



, Rec. 21, 99, 



qentchau ^ i "^ ^Tl fl -D > ^°™^ 

Vt/\AAA to) _CESs ^ I U 

object given as a dowry. 



qer 



k, inhabitant, dweller. 



qer L-=Z) , Rec. 3 1 , 3 1 , to be master of. 

qerr '^ .2^ ^ 7\, light, weak, delicate; 
var. ^ (| ^ 7\; compare Heb. 77p. 



qer-t 

the Nile, circle ; plur. 
12 circles in the Tuat. 



, hollow, cavern, cave, source of 
A crzi A 



o I 



III 



^,the 



Q 



775 ] 



qerut-shetaut 



A C~I3C3a 



hidden circles. 

qeri-t ^ 



o I I I o 



«!• 



^ cave, cavern, natural 
CTD' hole in the ground. 

id Q ^ Ci ^ o o 



qerr-t <=>o, 

j^ , Rec ?, 46, hole, cavern, grotto, circle 
in the Tuat, hole in a vessel, spout; Heb. '^\ 
plur. <z> , Rec. 31, 172. 



Qer-ti, Qerr-ti 



I o W 



qer-tl-t <:^ (1(1 , Hymn Darius 15, 
\ '^, Rev. 13, 13, cavern, hole, cave, den. 

§ O ' ^O' 
A O c^ <:^ ^ ^ ' i <A^ 

<r>cn]C~i]' a. w ' ci \\ cr~ 
00 z] o o A nn^ A 
[r~:D ' ci \\ CT"!] ' o \\(r~i}' o 

two caverns in the First Cataract out of which 

the Nile was believed to rise : o <zr> >^ , the 

\ \ \ c^ wO 

bodies of the Qerti; " § O. ^g, ^'•^' "I. 
D X ^ \\0 140B. 



the OArr ^^ Dl *" offering by fire ; compare 

iierr ^1^, Copt. (TXlX. 

qerr <~> Ol ^° ^''^ r>ottery ; compare 
<:^» ^' Copt. (TXiX. 

qerr-t <=:>c^{\ ^- s*^. '• 320, fire, 

<=> '{>' flame, 

qerr <r=> J, Annales V, 1 1 2, oven, furnace, 
aorr ,-^<;^ Sphinx 14, 167, frog; Copt. 

qerr <z> » drinking pot, water pot ; Copt. 
KeXojX, .^rab. l^, 

Qerr, Qerri ^^. N. ..33, ^(] 

Tjjflflft, P. 445, M. 552, a serpent-fiend in the 
Tuat. 



, Berg. I, 15-, the 



Qerr-t 



A ^ 



40 B. 

the 5th Division of the 
Tuat. 

A 



Qerti<^ooJ,.^°'^ 

^ w W <=:>0 O 

=■ ^"^ ffi B.D. 125, II, the god of the Qerti, one 
of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 



Qerr-ti <^ c-^ J) , Tomb Seti I, one 
of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 28). 



■iir 






o W 



the gods of the 
Nile caverns. 



Qerr-t Sar<^^ ^ , Tuat VII. the 

<ci:> O <::> Circle of Osiris. 



qer-t, qera-t 



A 



, door bolt ; dual 



plur. 



Ci III 



; Copt. KhXXi 



A c^ A h 
, Dream Stele 22; 



qer, qerr ^ I^, U. 388, ^, U. 420, 

., wind, sky. 
A 



qerr 



, to make an offering by fire ; 



compare Copt. (TXlX, cyXiX. 



qerai-t^^HH^-, Rev. ,.. .o, 

victory, conquest ; Copt. (TpO. 

A D . Israel Stele 16, to 



qer, qeri 
qera ^ 

qera _^i| 



1 return. 

(1^7^, Heruemheb 3, weak ; see 



Rec. 25, 192, abode, 
habitation. 



(ier4^(]3-=J,^(l 



!\\ 



^5-tJ, B.D. 17, 142, (i) a storm -god ; (2) the 
name of the block on which the enemies of 
Osiris were slain daily. 

qerA ^ i] "^^ ^. Shipwreck 57. ^ (| 



v^/^A/v^ 

*A/WVAA 



rainstorm, tempest, hurricane, thunderstorm. 

qeriu^()^^,^(|^^. 

door bolt; plur. ^(]^P, ^ () || ''• 
^(J^<^)I1II|JN^<^; var.^^^^. 

^() pl^5, ^^ p^, to wrap upa 

3 c 4 



Q 



r 776 J 



Q 



body in linen and prepare it for burial, winding 



sheet, sepulture ; see " 1 i^-^^si ; \v^ 

T <=z> rm , a happy burial ; Copt. K^ice. 

Qer&stt ^ 
in the hills, cemetery, 



*^ , the place of burial 



U>°-nI o o 



Qerd^stt 

a form of the goddess Ament. 

A 



f>^^>^ 



, Berg. II, 12, 



qera ~ \7 



Jour. As. 1908, 251, lie ; 
Copt. (ToK. 



qera 



A \J 

A 



shield, buckler; plur. 
53, 27 ; Copt. (fK 

qeri-a(?)^^, 



Q' ^ J^' ^'"^ "'- "5' 

I 1 1 , Mar. Karn, 



LLvi 



'5, 87, ^^L-V]^, porter (?); 



var. 



I, Rec. 

A 



L_fl 



1 ^ 

; plur. — 11 



A 



Hymn Darius i8 



qeru ^^^— fl> Rec. 8, 137, leader; 
plur.^^L-^|>l. 



qeruh "^ ^ 8 }| 



qerbaiu 
Qerpiais 



A 

a 



to make drunk ; 
1' Copt. 6^'>\A.^. 

Rev. 12, 113, 
III' pots of drink. 



p. 4 



O 



, Rec. 33, 3, a Greek month. 



qerps '^ a 'o' 



, , to beat, to strike. 



qerf 



A 



<$. 



L«=fl, 



(2 A 

^,B.D. 26,6,^ 



A X 



, B.D. 

169, 3, to be wrapped up, swathed, tied, fastened 
together. 

A '=^ A A ^-^ A 



qerf-t 



1 1 , a headdress, headcloth, tiara, bandlet, head 
decoration, garment, shawl, a kind of garment ; 

Copt. crb>&i(?) 



qerl <^ 
of cloth, sail. 



e"]?, 



, a kind 



qerf 



, a mass of dough (?) bread. 



aerf-t <~> '^ Ebers Pap. 87, 6, a swel- 
a <^ ' ling of the glands, ulcer (?) 



qerf 



w 



w 



guile, deceit ; Copt. Kpoq 



qerrm 
qerma 



A 
A 



\ 



,,Rev. 13, IS, 



Rev. 14,. 45, plea- 
' sure (?) delight (?) 

^ Rec. 13, 126, 



rSS^' festal attire (?) 

54, 46, prepuces ; according to some leather 
coverings for the tips of phalli, R \I (I [1 

A /vA^rvA^ I I I I I 

Nesi-Amsu 32, 19, 
i' a form of Aapep. 

qerh-t ^ § , ^ | ^ , Metternich 
Stele 119, Rec. 3, 45, 53, 4, 21, ^__^ | ^ Q^» 
vase, vessel, the mould from which the model 
of Osiris was made ; Heb. nn^fP ; plur. 9 

I , IV, 1 1 50, Annales III, 109, Heruemljeb 24; 



Qerner -^a;. 



o I 



=0=1 



A Ci -^Y O O Harris Pap. I, 19B; 
c:> X O X J^(a Ml' Copt. (TiXl.^'T. 



qerh 
Qei 

&1- 



Qerhit 

f^ "^ A 



-iSism 1 a kind of serpent. 
A 9. ^ A 9. '=^T\ A 



Si- 



Leyd. Pap. 7, 5, 56, a divine 
spirit. 

(3 



Qerhit ^ f ^^. B.D.G. 859, a god- 



dess of 



G 



(Succoth). 



qerhu^l^^e/g;;,,''-;;,-; 



Qerhep ^ f^J^'**^' ^"'^°' ^' '' ^' ^ 



2iCA5p^. 

I, I, 8, a 
god of Onibos. 



qeres <^^^ a, ^ 



\ z n X 
l-y|'<z>l U^' 

a dead body in cloth and make it ready for 

A 



A 1^-°-^ 

, to wrap 



burial ; 



H^\ 



, I, 15, two who 



Q 



[ 777 ] 



Q 



are buried, a double burial; I y-^ ^, 

IV, 965. ^ ^ '^-\^'^'^J,^: 

qere8^py=ff,Hh.548.^p|, 

Pap. 3024, 54, ^ [I I P::), U. 58», ^ p I 

^n=i^ , N- 963, <=> f^ t— fl, Rec. 30, 70, 

^plj^. Rec. 3., -9, ^P--, 

Pap. 3024, 43><=p>j^_^,<p>|^,<~>rfg^, 

^ v coffin, mummy equipment, bier, burial, 
— «.— sepulture. 



^ -/I) Shipwreck 169, 



, Peasant 



308, <£> o t:^, ^ <^ o ^ L_fl, 

H C^ N 

T <=> I y- , funeral, burial, sepulture, funeral 
bier- ^ J^\ ^^ a happy burial ; Copt. 

coffin, sarcophagus ; plur. 1 ^ ^^ . 

qeres ll ^ cm , the sarcophagus 

chamber, the mummy chamber. 

Qersu ^ ^ ^ t=^, T. 268, M. 427, a 

name of the Sky-god Nu. 

Qersu-t ^ P ^ H. T. 268, ^ ^ 

y \^ ^^i N. 719 + 26, a name of the goddess 
Nut; var. B* o "^ \:^, M. 426. 

qersh ^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^- ^3' ^' ^^^^^^ 
guile, deceit'; Copt. KtOpg. 

qerq-t ^ ^, U. 530, seed-land (?) 



qerqer ^ ^ , P. 174, N. 941, ^ 

<---> -^ ' Dto ^ ' & -A , to move, to roll ; 

A A 
var. y\. 



Qerqer ^ ^ , p. 267. '^ ^ 



^ ^ 



M.479, ^ ^ '^^,N.i246; ^ f^ 
^5^ ji^ J| ^ J^,Rec.3i, II, thegod 



who was the scribe or secretary of Osiris. 

A A O' A A c^ 



qerqer -t 

beating. 

Qertnetchenau (?) ^ IT^I)^ 

^'", IV, 781, iiA. <^"|"2i) 



I I I 



I I I 



IV, 781, I re, name of a country. 



qeheb pg ^ ^, to butt with the horns; 



Qeheq ,^ ^"j ^ |, Harris Pap. 76, 6, 
78, 10, a people alien and hostile to Egypt. 

qeh A R ^i»-^, naos, shrine. 



qeh 



A 



, wooden cramp, peg, bolt. 

A 



qerq-ut <^^% °, 

A JTlll' 
Copt. <T"pi)(r^ Xp02i. 



A ^ ° , 

<z> ^ , seed ; 
^^(2 111' 



Rev. 13, 95, angle, corner; Copt. KOO^. 

qeh z] 8 anm , a kind of stone, flint ; ^j | "^ , 
A.Z. 1879, 53. 

to cut stone, to hammer out, lo carve, 10 en- 
grave; Copt. Ki-^Kg,. 

qehqehu zi ? ^ ? % ^— A, artificers, ar- 
X X Ji I I I tisans. 

(sic) 

qehh-ut ^||^^^5^|. B.D. 

(Nebseni) 172, 20, castrated cattle, oxen. 

qeMit (?) ^ () e ^ (] y\ X^<=^, Rev. 
14, 18, spreading (?) 

qehes ^ | ^^ , gazelle ; fem. ^ 8 i^ 
r^ o; var. S ^ P f^ ; Copt. (T^Oc. 



Q 



[ 778 ] 



<% 



^»K<.v.o.-» Rt^sa Stele C. loo (Louvre) 
qehsher ^l^, =copt.KA.ci,oTXi(?) 



qeheq, qehqeh zi 8 ^ f^, zi J ^ 
to be old. weak, broken ; Copt, ice^ve^, 



q©8 z] 1 1 j^ ' , to spit out, to spew, to vomit ; 

qes ^ n jra , to build, to found. 
qes z3 I H F, a walled enclosure. 
qesu 



I B.\). 125, I, 15, preserves of 
III' birds, goose-pens. 



WVWA 



qes 5 ^^, Jour. As. 1908, 262 = 

' '^' violence; Copt. (5^nc. 

qes-ti ^n^^\ Famine Stele 14, curse 
I ^^' misery 



qes 

Rec. 33, 6, troubles (?) 

qes 



, Rec. ^;^, 6, lack, want ; d 0°^ ^ j.^ , 



O 



O' 



O , ^ , time, period ; 



every time, always ; sJ 1 



I i® 



I I I 



times of the an 
cestors 



qes /^|l^, N. 1234, z]^ jl, U. 320, ^ I 

g^a'a^anti '^Oe^Rev 

bone, body, skeleton; plur. 333, U. 290 
T. 158, N. 688, ^l^fl, M. 175, ^Pl^ 



U. 448, T. 178, 756, 
Copt. KA.C. 



Ill 



III 



qes A 



qes 



|6, 



^^ p. 435, M. 608, N. 1 2 13 
N N ' shaft of a spear, spear 



^ o, ^ 



dsssst — ^ 



(2 

6 

a body in linen and prepare it for burial ; see 
<c:> ^^— fl, etc. ; Copt. KUXOC, 



(^ "5^' ^^^' ^'' '^^» *° ^'^^P 



qes (T; ^^ ^, to tie, to fetter, to bind. 
qe8ankhlJff-7,lJf^:,Rec. 

4, 22, a kind of stone. 



qesqes 



A 



Jl I /A 

1 ' Qr» ^^ grumble, to 
complain ; Copt. KA.CKec. 

qesqeSU y. '^j Rec. 5, 86, reeds. 

burial ; Copt. Ki^ice. 

(2 (1 I 5 > a mummified body, burial ; U ' 

T <rr>, happy burial. 

qesen ^^ M 3 'wvaaa , t. 217, ^3 ' vva^aa, 







.^y M 



AA/V^VA —J 



^^'^^'^1^ 



U. 607, 

^ -"(^^ V' ^° ^^ ^^^^ ^^^^' unpleasant, detest- 
able, baleful, injurious, grievous, grief. 

^ AAA/SAA 

qesnu 3 ^^^ , evil beings or things. 



qesen-t zl 1 3 ,3 ^ , evil, calamity , 

Id AAA/^AA ■^^N^,, n =1 AA/>AAA j 

P^"*"- ^ ^ ^> P- i"6b, 32, zi 13 ^ I, 

N <-j III IN jT' I 



Pap. 3024, 10, ^ ^ 
jurious, violent; A 



\\' 



m- 



5 



I , lean years; 

III ^ 



water ; 



. ^ 



^j^ 'SAAAAA 

Jt AAAAAA J Kubban Stele 9, lacking 

I AAAAAA 

\\ Anastasi I, 21, 2, the height 
of misery. 

|, Rechnungen 69, a 



qest-t ^ 

market (?)= n^*'trp(?) 

Qesh ^^ ^ A, reed;" Copt. K^-Cy. 



qeq-t 



qeq (unem) 



A ^ 

A £i A A 



, a small boat. 

, to eat ; see 



unem 



Qeq-ha (Unem-ha) 



A 



1 ^ ^ ? -T) ^ ^^fg- ^' 34, a turtle-god ; 
I SlI' zl X I III' see Unemha. 



Qeq - snef (Unem - snef) 



j^ 



I ; see Unem-snef. 



-o-^O 



qeq-t a ^^ "^"W^ -^^ » darkness, night ; var 



Q 



r 779 ] 



Q 



'^-<i^:!\l-^l^:<^o^->^^^^. 



qek 



L-fl, to strike, to beat(?) 



e X 



qet , 5 ' » Leyd. Pap. 4, 9, fine linen. 

o o 'svtAAA /wvAAA in Sekhet-Aaru. 
QettbU(?) J'^J^^^.B.D. iio.r3, 
a god of Sekhet-Aaru. 

^^g^,Mar.Aby.I,6,.x.^^0^. 
Rev. 13, 2, to build, to fashion, to form, to 
mould, to construct ; I ^ L— =/l 1 S -^^ , self- 
builder ; I ^ ^ -/I « <i. w -^^ , constructor of 
his own body ; Copt. KtJOX. 

Amen. 21, 19, 24, 14, builder, mason; plur 



D^crets 9, 



\\7l- 



(2 



I, 



L-J 



^ 



(£ I 
L-Zll 



qetu^c^^^,P.397. ^0 O 
^, N. 1173, ^ ci^"^^, P. 407, 

5^,N. 617, ^^^. IV, .23. -g^ 

L— flW^, M V, ^ , modeller, moulder, potter, 

the divine potter; plur. f^ hh Jj I, B.D. 
(Saite) 124, 7. 

Qet-t ten-t J) ^ ^^ ° , Tuat v, a 

goddess in the Tuat. 



qet ^ 



' 1 O L-fl' i D(^T 



(2 L-fl' \ O L-fl 

to design, to make a picture or likeness of any- 
thing, to copy, to outline something. 



qet, qeH ^ ^, T. 173, p. 119, N. 107, 

j O, M. 152, j c=>, IV,434, {| "^H.T. 249. 

y TT 1 ' ^ M y» ^°'''"» '"™3ge, likeness, simili- 
tude, like, manner, kind, similarity, circle; 

Copt. KOT. 

qeti J (IQ d?^. Rosetta Stone, with ^=. 

qeti \j ()()^^''th^=ii: i\Ka3xe. 
qet — mi qet Q ( ^ 



, M. 166, 

^ w 



altogether, in a body, collectively, in entirety, 

whole, totality. 

qet, qett i ^f\. IV, 35°, \ =>^ 

Hamm. 13, 124, ^ ^^^^] |' ^V, 1083. 

M O ^ 1 I , characters, dispositions, qualities, 
abilities, virtues ; M V ' ^^*^ ^^' *'°' 

f '^"^, a good character; F ^ flO ^ ' **^*> 
IV, 971, A.Z. 39, 47, thoughts ;^j[^'^|[i, 
a man of great ability or character ; ^37 y 

J I , a man of virtues or ability ; M „ >Co^ ~^ , 
his character was unique. 

qet II , design, drawing, plan, the draughts- 
man's craft; plur. M v^ , | c^2» ^ 
T. 334,|c=>o^^«>^,N. 704. 

qetut \j ^^ V\ ^ , outline drawing. 



e o a 



Q 



[ 780 J 



Q 






j designers, draughts- 

• 1 



qet-t ||^,T.87J'^',a draughtsman's 
office, a sculptor's workshop. 

. . I c^> V? cm I Rev. 13, 62, town ; 
^®^* 1 ^ 1 o ' Copt. Ka5X. 

^ J ^-"^ J «^^ Jl ri <^^ Jl ! circle, 
•l^M O' 1 O f 1 O 111' orbit. 

go round, to turn round ; Copt. KOJTe. 

13, IV, 85, that stream is turned round, 

and one goes down stream in sailing to the 
south, i.e., that river flows southwards instead 









of northwards like the Nile; 
throughout. 

qet-t \ ^ , Rec. 5, 96, circuit. 



Oo 



J\ 



.(2 



IV, 649, ^ ^=^ ;^ i' 1 "^ ■^•^•^' 

IV, 613, Asien 240 ff., the natives of Qeti, 
\ ^"^^lia' the "Circle," i.e., the North Syrian 
coast about the Gulf of Issus and the deserts 
between the Euphrates and the Mediterranean. 



Qeti 



<&«*, 



Rec. 6, 152, a god 
of the abyss. 



Qet ^ "^ ^, ^ ^ ^^)^, ^ "^^ Tomb 

Seti I, Zod. Dend., Annales I, 86, one of the 
36 Dekans. 



m 



qeti \j "^ IIQ ^ . revolution; Copt. KOJTe. 

sailor, oarsman ; plur. \ , P. 649, ^ '^g'^gj' 
P- 7^3. ^1"=^°. M. 749, \|=^(](j2^i' 

1 



^1' \ 
T. 340, 

^.N. 654;^-"^^ 

^^ flfl ^^^, sailors in general, ordinary crews; 

sailors ; 
sailors ; 



M. 167, 



I 

1 



1 



^, Egyptian 



■g*as 



Rec. 21, 84, Syrian sailors. 



Qetqet 
Qetkha 



Annales I, 85, one of the 
36 Dekans. 



W 



1^, 



one of the 36 Dekans ; 

Gr. KaT*covaT. 



loth hour of the day. 

Qett-ka \| ^ V ^' ^^'^- ■^' ^' ""^^ 



of the watchers of the body of Osiris. 



qeti J'^-^-, ^ ^ :^. \^^ 



j^^. Amen. 23, 5, \j '^, Metternich 



W 
Stele 98, ^^, ^ Q^ 

J o -^&- 
Rev. 14, 35. ^ Q Q ' 

Rev. 12, 32, to sleep. 



-^^' 



J^ 






qet-t 
qetti 

-^, T. 346, 



' j^3^ , sleep, slumber. 



-^^, 



, U. 387, 689, ^ o 

^3 to sleep; Copt. KOT in 

\\ ■^' <&.nKOT (?) or ItKO'T. 

qetu,qettu^^^^. ^^O 

'^, ibid. 32, 86, \j ^ (]l] ^ I, sleepers. 

qett-t ^ Q ®] -^-' ^ - I o] -^-' 
Rev., to turn, to return. 



Q 



[ 781 ] 



7. >i2, I o (J, \j ^^ A, Mar. Karn. 42, 11, 



I 



4, 21, cassia bark ; Gr. kittw, Heb. TTID. 



qet-t ;j 
qet;-t 



'■'--' , a kind of grain. 



oDnni 



onni 



o nnm 



, IV, 666, 
, a weight = y^^th of an u^en. 



HUH] ' I nnm ' 
drachma, didrachma, the half of a stater, obolus ; 

Amen. 18, 4 ; Copt. Kixe, Kl'f, 



cunning, astuteness. 

^» y >T ^S-=J» Nesi-Amsu 22, 4, 29, 21, 
32, 18, a mythological serpent of evil, devil; 



J 11 I distnct, estate (?) 



qetbit 



:\ .^ 



qetem ^ ,=z, i ?.nss^, rf 
000 \ / ^ 



k^ 



N, 759, fine gold ; Heb. 

Dn3. 



" nude " or Syrian goddess. 



[ 782 ] 



k ^vZP«= Heb. 2 » Copt. K and sometimes (f. 

k ^^z:^ = pronoun, ist pers. sing. ; 2nd pars. 
sing, raasc, thou, thee, thy. 

k'^:^;*-';^:* (1(1, moreover; -"^i::^!)!] g^. 
another, also. 

ka ^^=:=''^, u; 438. T. 169, 237, p: 717, 

M. 745, thou, thee; '^z^'^ ^^z^, P. 431, 



,, ^ _ XT , .7K^^ Rev. 14, 165 (dual), 

M. 6i7,N. 1221 ; ^^z::;* V^> d \ /> 

" ' v>S^ ve two. 



ye two. 
ka ^:=^ "^ , ^z^ K^ ^, a particle 



meaning something like O then ! verily, certainly, 
now behold ! 

ka-t ^^zi:^ ^C^> A.Z. 46, 140, a particle, 



verily, assuredly ; and see 

ka '^zi;*^^, Rev. 11, 151, 12, 24, another. 

kai, ki 



I , another ; fern. 



kaiu, kiu ^^=yf> ^ V§^ h A.z. 1884, 89, 

w 



, Rec. 33, 6, Israel Stele 24, 



.w, 



Leyd. Pap. 4, 1, ^^ ^ 






!, 



I , Mar. 



.\by. I, 6, 45, ^:=^^ 



Will 

II, 1, 13, 20, 20, 13; kaut, kauit 



(2, 






(2 



I ; plur. of- 



W U iii U I 

ka and ki (another), strangers, foreigners, aliens, 

men of foreign speech. 

.<2 



1^ ^^ po contracted, tight, narrow; Copt 



kai 



Ri, P. I II 6b, 62, to think, to think out, to 
devise, to meditate, to speak, to repeat, to say, 
cry out, call out, tell out, to sing ; varr. vjj;* ^^. 

B.D. 144, 3. "^^^^^^^ ^. A.Z. 1906, 125. 

ka-t ^^^^1^^, IV, 365, 



thought, meditation ; ||_J 
1901, 45, ^-^"^ ^"^ 



u 



, A.Z. 



"O* , thought of the heart. 

Kaa -^=^ ^ ^ Jf , B.D. 98, 8, a god, 



U 



bringer of offerings. 

ka U,JJ_^,^,JJ_,p.6o7,N.6i9, 
, image, genius, person, 



T. 88, LI 



double, character, disposition, the vital strength 



of the Ba-soul 



(Vi, 



o 



, B.D. 30B, 4, 



the ka residing in the body); plur. . . , •}=^ 
U U.,T. 358, 307.1-l|,U^|. The 



word has some of the meanings of the Coptic 
KtA3, the Greek ei^wXov, and the Latin genius. 

Sometimes LJ seems to mean "name," 11 

VQi ^A^^A^ LJ qj^ Rhind Pap. 24. Late forms, 



^^ ^ and ^^ ^ ^^, Rev. 



Kaiu 



, B.D. 143, 7, a 



group of gods who destroyed souls. 



^ I , Hymn Darius 24, the kau of the living in 

the Other World, living human beings in this 
world. 



[ 783 



ka ^, associated with the Ba-soul and the 

I 

Sekhem or vital strength, v\ "/j 

ka ^ hem ka j j < , minister of the 

ka, the priest of the ka; he-t ka 11 ^, G ^ 

138, I, the house or chai)el of the ka ; plur. 

Id I I I I 

ka ^J, phantom (?) 



U 



Shipwreck 114, A.Z. 1908, 65, "this ghost (or 
phantom) island." 

Ka v4j , T. 39, a proper name (?) *=^ 

I. j " the blossom proceeding from 

Ka." 



Ka [_] JH, Mission 13, 123, "the father of 

the fathers of the gods," i.e., ''-y-^', and see 

Khemenu. 

Kait LJ (J p, fj) » Mission 13, 123, consort 



of LJ Jn^ , and one of the four elemental god- 
desses = "^z^ ''~§^ ') she was the grandmother, 

kau JJ_i^vtJ-, T. 88, UUU. 

N. 618, the kau of °; U U U 5^ » ^'^^ 
(Saite) no, 3. 

169, a group of gods (?) 

Ka ^ % Ombos I, 85, a god of offer- 
I M ILI' ings. 

Kau ^ ^ Ombos I, i86, one of the 14 
'^'' kau of Ra. 



1 1 I 

kauU 



....Ul J|,L.D. Ill, 194,13, 



the 14 kau of Ra = ~-^ , word of power; m , 
light; L-fl, strength; 1, power; T, vigour; 
, abundance ; J^ , majesty ; "^ , burial ; 



A, preparedness; ff, stability; -<32>., sight; </, 
hearing; ^Bl, feeling, perception ; ««*, taste. 
The Ombos list (I, i86~i88) is as follows:— 

{i),^U> (2) \j^; (3) ^u; (4)^U; 
(5)|u;(6)'^U; (7)^UM8)^u; 
(9) ^; (10) l^u; (II) Jljj (") */u; 

(13) ^J^BLJJ (»4) *^. 

Ka-em-ftnkh-neteru LJ ^Tl, 

Tuat XII, a serpent-god; sec Ankh-netem. 

Kaherka U ^ U- iv, 44, "7^ ^ LJ, 

A.Z. 1 90 1, 129, the goddess of the 4th month; 
Copt. X«J^&K, XP^^^- 

Kaherka U ^ U ^, U ^ U,^, 

IJ^^^:?^' '^^ XOI^&K festival; 

plur. U^U^^. 

1 I I O III 

kaherka U^-Uq^U^U^q 

a pot or vessel used at the Khoiak festival. 



Kahetep [J 

M. 158, N. 65, U"* 



T. 176. u g . 



, N. 112, 



U 



, T. 284, U "^i P- 54, ^, M. 32, B.D. 
128, 6, a god of offerings, a form of Osiris. 



Kahetep 



^^317, 



the name of a 



LJ a c ' festival 

Ka Shii t i (\ J uat I, a pilot of the boat 
up. ofRg 

kau UUU, U. 220, F. 404, M. 577, 

N. ..83, U, U^, Lj^. U=*- 

I I I III •— ' 



I I I 



I I 



I I I 



III I W I • 
sustenance 



\ I I I 



, food, provisions, 



.supplies; ^()1)^U 
, my daily food (or bread). 



O I 



Kau-urit 



ka 



I I 






Ombos II, 131, 
a goddess. 

, to be high. 



ka-t ^ , place (?) district (?) 



[ 784 ] 



ka-t Lj QJv, m. 202, N. 681, t-i, U 



o o 



Pap. 3024, 62, work, labour, toil; plur. ' — ' 3 
tt^ M<S.JliM<S.i 



I I I 



l,i-J 



o ,\\ 



' u 

I <:^ 



, A.Z 



, A.Z. T902, 114 



^ i I , in process of building. 

kau-ti U J], Uv^,yj 
^ \\U ^ ^ ^ 

, A.Z. 1899,37, U^^°^^-J^ 

N - , workman, labourer, artisan 
craftsman; plur. U "^ ^ ^ ^ ^-=3 ] 
L.D. III, 140B, A.Z. 1899,37, l^^L-=fl' 



u 



ka-t Tehuti l^-J ) 



, "works of 



Thoth," t'.e., writing, sculpture, painting. 

^ 1 1 r 111'^ I I r 



erne. 



I I t 1' 

^. '=3.^, ^S^,N.io39.5^, 
U "^ ^ . Rev. 12, II, ^ (j (3 I^, Rev. 
13, 5, bull; plur. ^^ I , f=iii ^c^ I , Rec. 29, 
^48. ^ ^ 5^. T. 389, S O , M. 404, 
^5^5S^^' T. 334, ^^^^. 
N.704.^^|,^.,^_, ^ 5^., 

Thes. 1288; (^ ® (](j 5^, bull for 

sacrifice: ^J 9 ^)^> Palermo Stele, white bull; 

195, 695, bull of the herd. 

ka etcher u 5^ (1 ^ ^, young 

bull, calf; Copt. KVHp. 



Ka nekht 5^UJ), ^^^-^L-^i, 

^J^t ^^1/)' "mighty bull" — a title of kings. 

kareq U^'^X' ^ *'cut" bull; 

Copt. K^XoTKI. 

Ka 5^' Dum. Temp. Inschr. 25, a god 
of letters and learning, one of the seven sons of 
Mehurit. 

Ka LJ ^e^r^i U. 635, the bull with a light 
,«=^ AT?' in his eye. 

Ka U ^ "] ^. Be'-^- I. i8> a calf-god. 

Kauarshufl-s^m.'^^'^fe^^^: 

Kai(?) ^z:^ (1 \\ (1 ^. Rec. 16, 106, 
one of the watchers of Osiris. 

Kaui ^ 5^ ^, u. 538, T. 317, 

M) f\ si S^' ^^^ "^""^^^ Bull-god. 

Kaui ^ f^ l^, Tuat III, the two 

bull-gods who form the ends of the boat of the 
Earth. 

Kau ^ ^ |. Rec. 27, 218, 31, 14, 
^^^"^ rS j, Rec. 26, 226, bull-gods. 
Ka aakhu ^ |j^ ® 5^ , Mythe 4, 

u ^ iii' ^'""^''^^ ^^' ^^' V ^ J Si' 

Berg. II, 8, a bull-god, warder of the ist Pylon. 

Ka Amentt ^ |^, ^ ^ ^ ^, 

Tuat X, the bull of the Tuat, t'.e., Osiris. 



Ka Anu ^ jj ^^ , Denderah III, 19, 
the Bull-god of Denderah. 

Ka aru LJ ^^^ Xuat III, a god. 
(•=11) III' 

Ka ankh ^^ ■¥•, Lanzone 1212, a bull- 

god of y ®. 

Kaashemu ^^^^.%^. 

N. 165, Bull of the gods— a title of the "Great 
God." 



[1785 ] 



" Great Bull "—a title of the God of heaven. 

KaurhuKens L-J 5^^t=.S 



t\^\y\ 



, U. 1 78, the Bull-god of Nubuu 



Ka pest neteru [j ^^ ® m'» 

" Bull of the nine gods." 

Kamut.f^^^,5^^-^ 

^ Rec. 29, ^64. ^ ^ ^4_)^ ^, 

^^ ^_ I Hymn Darius 27, ^^'^o^, Metter- 
nich S.ele^s4, U ^ ^ ^ f^ 
^ ^^ J ■*--> '^•Z- 19°5> 3°, "bull of 



his mother," the name of several self-begotten 
gods ; Gr. Kiifn/0n; 

Ka meshru U^ ^ ^ ^ |, 

N. 165 

Ka Nut ^ ^ , U. 452, a title of Geb. 

Ka n-erta-nef neba-f LI tfe^j ^^ 

\h , one of the guardians of the body of Osiris. 

Ka Nekhen LJ tea©, u. 416, LJ 

5^ Q ^, T. 237, a title of Horus, 

Ka neteru LJ '^ii Tuat i, a singing- 

r=u) I I r god. 

T. 307, a title of ^ ^ ima . 

Ka Ra '^^ O, U. 577 a four-horned 

/vwwv 

mythological bull; var. rv £J O, N. 966. 

Ka renp 5^ ^p f ^, bull that re- 
neweth his youth— a title of the Sun-god. 

Kahemhem-t U 1 rn ra ^ 

VI, a roaring lion-god. 

Ka henti ^ ^ | ^Tn^^*' ^•^- 

53, I, a bull-god. "^ 

Ka khepreri ^ ^^ 

B.D. 163, 9, a title of Amen. 



kaBhe8p.t^3Sb°^. Rec30, 67. 
the name of a part of the tackle of a Ujat. 

Ka Kam ur ^ 5^ ^:=zi ^ u. 306. 

the Bull-god of Kamur. 

Ka taui U ^ J | "]. I^enderah IV, 84, 

>5g^ — Mythe 3, LJ >;g;, ^ •] ^ . Berg. 
II, 8, the god of the 2nd hour of the night. 

Ka thai Kauit ^ ^^ Sj* "^ 

^ 3 ^ T 11 ^i ' ^•^' '^'' '3. the 
Bull of the seven divine Cows. 

Ka Tuat U * ^ 



(«=Ti) 



, Tuat I, a singing-god. 



Ka ter LJ te> ^g, Hh. loi, one of 
seven spirits who guarded the body of Osiris. 

ka-t U ,^, Ebers Pap. 94, 17, U 



"^ ^, Rec. 27, 88, U ^^» vulva, vagina, 
I concubines, women in 



mother ; 



ka-ti 



!, 



general. 



o W 



, the gravid uterus. 



Kat Tefnut 1^ w^ ^. N. 970, 

the vagina of Tefnut. 

kai.t^^(]()^l^, ^^ 

"f C^, Rec. 27, 58. 

ka-t ,, A.Z. 1905, 36, Rec. 33, 5, 

cow, a female animal; plur. 1, B.D. 142, 

III, 25, V=^ "'^^. ^faj ' » ~^^ ^fca I . the 
two cows Isis and Nephthys. 

divine Cows and their Bull. 

vl , a plant. 



ka.t(?) ^^ 

kau (?) Cy ° , a fruit or seed. 



3 D 



[ 786 ] 



, "^ tb^ ° Shipwreck 48, 

^^^ ^=^ m-^lll' radishes (?) 

brown stone objects, 

ka& ^^^^"^ Q ^^^» ^°^*» ^**^^ ^°^*' 
kai-ri ^=:p6'^.<2>- [][] I^, goat; plur. 

A reading suggested for '^^^^'^^^^^ 44 vT 
was "kamali," />., camel. 

Kaarik '^;3P* "^ .csc:^ (](] ^=^> ^^^^ 

165, 3, a Nubian (?) name of Amen. 

24, 7, though, even though, assuredly. 

kai U flfl I' IV, 695, gum(?) oil-seed (?) 

kai-t u ^ !lfl S' LJ 

o 



dung, filth, excrement ; var. 



kait 

64, 18, ape; plur. 
wreck 165; var. S 



^, B.D (Saite) 
^ ^ I, Ship. 



^^V^Gi'^-"-^^°°'^^ 



kau 



(S. 



(2 



e 



w 



(2 



kauati IJ f] ^ ° ^ ^' ^-^ 

1899, 36, workman (?) workman's title (?); var. 



f] 



kaushana -=^^®m^^^,-- 

Anastasi I, 24, 5, part of the harness of a horse. 
Kab U J r^' t^^ "^"^^ of a god = ZS J 



(?) 

kabi 



to weep, to lament, 
' to mourn. 



kabi-t 'C3:.'^j(][|-^|.B.D. 18, 
D, 4, mourning, lamentation. 

kabuUJecVJe^.Vi^^' 

a measure for liquids. 

kabusaUJ^^O, V>^f>' 

footstool; Heb. mD, 2 Chron. ix, 18. 

N. 22, -==^^a ^ , (O !U=/], Rec. 27, 
222,30,194,^1^. Leyd. Pap. n, i, 

""^^-^'^ f^~-^ , to perfume, to cense. 
^.^ I □ 

kap LJ (^f^(^. M. 706, censings. 



kap-t 

a 



r^^'D sill' 



1^0 o o 



J\ ^ a==G , incense; Gr. «-t)0/. 

T^o,^,-. n ntk ^ Rec. 22, 103, vase for 
kapu ^ D ^ O , incense. 

kap ^3^"%^ Sli' Shipwreck 43, 



D o <Sxi P.S.B. 14, 205 shelter, place of 
5 nn' concealment. 



kap-t 



°!0 



, U. 513, 



^, IV, 901, «!J ^' iT "' ^"'"'''' 

oven, bakery ; plur. "^^^^^^ ^ f^f~^ f^^ ' 

T. 325- 

, o<=»T> 0^=^ „^„ a kind of bread 

kapkaput ^ ^ s, ^^^^^ 
kap, kapu J}."^=^^^ (^ 'itt!}°' 

hollow of the hand, sole of the foot; plur. 



compare Heb. ^15, Arab. ^, Syr. "j^, Copt. 

(Ton. 

1.0-,. 4- r5= A.Z. 1908, 17, a kind of 
kap-t f- , ^ amulet. 



kap 



D 



c:>, u. 258, N. 718, 



K 



[ 787 ] 



L^' ^ e^. ^ ^' ^'"''^ "' *'^' ^" ^''^*^' ^" 

conceal, to cover with clothes, to dress ; Copt. 

KKn. 

Kap "^^ ^ ^^^K- ^^' M. a title of the 
D eF=q' goddess Nut. 

Kapu J^, ^a^^^S::?, the name 
of the 9th day of the month. 

kapu ^^:^'^ ° ^ ^, Rechnungen 35, 
hunter, snarer, lier-in-wait ; plur. ^^^^^^^ ^ 



kapu 

iNile 5, 1-4 



iM\' 



Kap ^ , the crocodile of Set. 



kapi 
kap 



cr<=»\) 



D ,,^ to be dirty, dark. 



foul. 



Kapu (^^ ^ ^ ' ^ *^*^^ °^ ^^* ^^ ^^"^' 

enemy, lier-in wait, lurker. 

Kapur ^°) ^, Roug^ I.H. 125, 26, 



a Libyan foe of Rameses 
III. 






-, to oppress, to 



O 



,, A.Z. 1908, 8, 



kapus 

suppress; Heb. g^3^i 

kapnut pg^ 

R U 1^s. , boats of Byblos in Syria. 

Kapni ^^ I V\f^ , ii man of Byblos. 

drive off, to chase away, to disi>el, to disperse. 
kafr ^3:*^^ "^tr , village, hamlet ; Heb. 



ID?, Arab.y^, Syr. „^, Assyr. -y^ HI! 
(Rawl. C.I. II, 32, 3, 10). 



^=] 



kam <c=l^ |, Peasant 182, IV, 895, 

^ 4 , 4JIZ3, r I ^v _ , to end, to bring 

to an end, to finish, to complete ; x — 1 ^^^ I W» , 



\> 



A.Z. 



to end years; 

1905, 25, the end of a moment; 

^ , A.Z. 1900, 130; lj<=>LJ^^|o 
A.Z. 1900, 132, for ever. 

kam-t ^IZI ^ |, Shipwreck 118, the 

end, end of a period, completion, a finish ; 

o I 

O ' 



I 



, Amen. 6, 3, 



Amen. 9, 3, 20, 2 

kami[t] 
kam 



I I 



, finished products. 



e 



i, Pap. 3024, 9,8 



kamkam ^^^~^ ^^~^ „ ^ „, Thes. 1 199, to 

vanish, to pass away, to disappear, to decay. 

kam, kami a^~l3i4 ^ VI' 

to be black ; Copt. KA.JULe. 

kamm ^^|^%-. ^kk 
^' ^kk O'^'"- '^' '^' '-*' '^''"^ 

be black ; Copt. KJULOJUt, KJULGJUL. 



)ix. 



^-^ >.9-i^y strong 

black, I.e., jet black; y — ' ^\^ k O' ^^^^^^ 

and white ; Copt. KA.JULe. 

Kammftu a|^|^l)^- «"'> V 

Jour. As. 1908, 285, Egyptians. 



kam-t ' ', T. 26, N. 208, £izi 



a black thing, black; 



kami-t 



, IxMjks of the 



black land, /.<•., Egyptian literature. 

kami-t ijzzi^v (jfl ^g, Rev. 14, 65, 

black cow ; ^ — 1 ^v ^^si^ ' ' , ^^ ! ' 

3 D 2 



[ 788 ] 



Kam-ur ^^^^=» 



. Rec. 27, 190, 
■' the Red Sea. 



Kam^mut ^ (j '^^, M. 772 (bis) = 

^o\v, P. 66i.^^\\ W, P. 776, 



black animal-goddess (?) 

J Kam-a ^ o^, Denderah IV, 61, 

B.D.G. 720, a hawk-god of ^^ ^ J ^■ 

Kam-ur ir=]|\ ^^, P- 605, a bull- 



I.H. 158, the divine Kamur bulls. 

Kam-ur i-zi^'^-'Q, N. 648, 

I, T. 274, a fort or town (?) 



Kam-ur ^ — 1 '^:^=*/w^A^^, Ombos I, 319, 

<;_^ /VSAAAA 

the god of the lake of Kamur. 

Kam-ur i;:=i^ ^^ 
a lake in the Tuat. 



\. 



, B.D. 64, 13, 



Kamit-urit £zn 



.^^ 



,T. 274, P. 27, 



'"^^ 



, M. 141, 

T 



r — I -^5- 



M. 38, ' ■ ^s^, N. 67, ir=l 

a goddess. 

Kam - neb - mesen - 1 (?) 

1^ ^ \^ , Denderah I, 30, a lion-god. 

Kam-her ^^^d^"^ ^, Rec 31, 29, 

" Black face "—a title of the crocodile Rerek. 
kam "^ m ^l\^n buckler, 



kam 

kam-t iJiizi'^ m , ^^zi 
r — I 



^'^^KQ' shield. 
, black wood. 



.u 



kam-ti 



s^:m] black stone or 
000 ' black powder. 



\^\\ 



image, 
' statue. 



kamt-t a^^(var.c=^),grain 

kamua|^^;,a^,;, seeds 

or fruit of the kam plant. 



kam LJ 



U 



. u 



®,.U^V^'^.R''^-''''«'V 



, Rec. 21, IS, U 



(2 



u 



I I I 



I I I 



s^rr:^"^^- 



u 

garden; plur. \^ 
Anastasi I, 25,4, LJ 



Heb. rroiP (?) ; ^^ = ^ ^ i •;-f^. 

'^^^^-^'^i. V ' wheaten bread. 

kam LI ^^ vine; Copt. (Tjulc. 
kamu en arp u "^ ^v ^ ^^^-^ 



O O , vineyard. 

kami]5^|]|], U^IJi]^. U 

^ -/l^, gardener; plur. '— ^ ^ ! 



u 



I, A.Z. 19Q0, 36; LJ 



(S ; .ii I 



L^^ I 



I, 



kama (?) 



L^vgil; Copt. (5'jULe. 



k, Anastasi 



I, 23, 5, A.Z. XV, 36, Alt-K. 32; compare 
Heb. 1123, as, like. 



\ 



kam'aar, kamal 

n, ^^^^'^•^^^■l!] ^' ^•^- '906, 21, 

camel;plur.^^^^(j'^"^I^|, 
P.S.B. 12,. 83; Heb. Sm, Syr. „J^,Arab. 
j^, Eth. ^cw^:, Copt. (T^-AA-onrX, 

X^-AJLOtX. The word ^^^'^<s>-(j[j^ 

"vl? has also been regarded as a plural of 
■ >■ ' kam'aar, and read kamaliu. 



1 1 1 



[ 789 ] 



Kam'ithau, ^IJIJ ^'^.L.D, 

III, 160, 165, a Hiltite proper name. 

kam'r u , ^^ .e^ 1 ^, Goi. 3, 13, 

to skip, to dance, dancer. 

kam'r^a 

AU-K. 983, tooth 

kam'hu-t 



^ks^l^l?' 




Anastasi I, 17, 6, IV, 14, 2, 17, 6, bread 
made of fine wheaten flour ; var. 'vZ 



%^^; Heb. nDp, Arab. .J^j , Eth. t^^h : 

kam's 1 1 ^^^ ^ ,. ^ 

24. 25, 39, 40 

kamen ^3^"%^ "^^^^-^, A.z. 1873, 17, 



, Dum. H.I. I, 









jUiUli, Q 



Amen. 24, 9, 



-^^, dark, 



/VAAAAA (2 



cloudy, misty, gloomy, lowering, black, blind; 
compare Heb. ]^3, Arab. ^, Syr. Ji£Q- 

kamtoharna Vl^i^TV 



^D^i' ^^'^' ^''"' S5» ^^> arniour. 

kani (kami) LJ — A A M^ ^, 

Peasant 263, gardener. 

kanu (kamu)" LI W, u'^"~^ W 

(/WNAAA here = mu), vineyard, garden ; Heb. 0*^3. 
kanu -^^^"^ § I (), reed; Heb. HJl:. 
kanhi LJ o | [j (j , shrine ; plur. LJ I ^==, 



I ; Copt. Klt^e, Gr. kS^x^- 



kanka 



•, Rec. 16, 



152, Auswahl 12, 34, a log of wood, beam, 
balk. 

kanektu -='^,3^'='^—'. IV. 

672, a log of wood, beam, balk. 

kar LJ ^,frog; Copt. Kponrp. 

kare LJ'^-^TY' Herusatef Stele 48, a 
I I u ' sanctuary vessel. 



karr L-1 ""^^ (5)^ Herusatef Stele 55, 

U ^ I -5-. U "^^T* ■^' Nistasen Stele 
35, a vessel or measure for incense; Copt 
KeXu)X (?) 

kar ^z:::^ >g\^ «»■»»•, object, thing, 

instrument, tool, utensil, apparatus, furniture, 
goods. 

karkar U *^=^ U ''^^^ ^,^ iv, 667, 
I I I I 

anything round, staff, stick, roll, cylinder ; Heb. 

133. 

T , 



karkar 



\\ QUID 
I III 



BIWH , 



, A.Z. 1880, 



95, stone boulders ; compare Heb. ^^ and 71173 
and 133 . 



kar, kara 






, N. 160, 

u 



Lj n (3 J Rec. 19, 96, shrine, sanctuary, 



Kariut ^ (| ^ ^ ^ i ' ^•°- *■*' *' 

the gods of a shrine. 

kar,kari LJ'^^^A(jsctt&,^<=>&ai&, 

U -^^^a^, ILJ sd*6, Amen. 10, 11, boat, 
fishing boat, skiff; plur. LJ <^ A A ^ , KoUer 
Pap. 3, 7 ; Heb. ^Ss, Isaiah xviii, 2. 

kari , ^ "K^^^' ^^^^' ^'^^' <^ 

(](j ]5^, gardener; plur. ^(](] ^]5^U-^ 



e 



s I 



kar§,-t ^^z^'^.^ai I (] 

place of restraint, prison ; Heb. N73. 

Karamemti(?) U^(14^|^;; 

)Mi ^» Nesi-Amsu 32, 30, a form of Aapcp. 

303 



[ 790 ] 



c^ ^ 



, B.D.G. 1079, a 



Kar^stt l-J fl ^ 

goddess of Panopolis with the attributes of 
Rait and Tefnut. 

kari[t] LJ (j(j Q, b.D. 64, 7, shrine, 
sanctuary ; and see kar. 

kari ^ (Ifl k_Jl, Rec. 30, 217 



kari LJ 



© 



, Rec. 19, 92 . 



karistates U ^^^ |1(] ^ 'S '~\^ ^ ^ 

CV\o7tOTI/9, A.Z. 5^> 93- 

a call, outcry ; Heb. Vfe^'^p. 

Bibl. Eg. V, 211, a proper name; compare 
Heb. DS*)5, 

karf U "^"^/^.Rev. =^ ^ 

guile, fraud ; Copt. Kpoq. 



karm '^ ' 
_2^ 



Rev. 13, 102, crown ; 

Copt. kXoajl. 



Rev. = Copt. (TcupJUL. 

karm't^u ^ 



©3 



Koller 4, 6, a kind of stone used in inlaying 
bracelets, etc. 

karehU ^=^ ^ "T" ^ ] (] '^. 

A (1 O (?), a measure (?) pannier, basket. 

karsa ^ ^'i ^' V "^ ^ r ^^''^^s^' 

sacking, rope-work. 

karsha '^ Mil ^ 



,, Jour. As. 1908, 
310, fraud, deceit, guile ; Copt. KtOp^. 

karshat4^^J^,M^]fl 

CUDy cake, loaf, bread; Gr. Kv\\d<ni<i. 

karkarIA LJ<^U^1[jn,iamb; 

Heb. ■^•3. 



karkartabuaa LJ <^ U <^ 1 (j 

Jfc) A "^ 'k? Koller 4, 5, objects made of 
®H mm' leather (?) 

kartha U^^^, U^ 

cord, lace, thong of a whip. 

kartha '^^^i 



I I 



,1 1 



l.ove 
Songs 2, I, a kind of goose. 

kaha ^^^^"^ ^^1^^"=^' ^^''• 

ra ^ 

, B.D. 



10, 64; see pQ 

Kaharsa, etc. ^ 

I jr I ^=z I I JB^ o 

164, 4, a title (or name) of Sekhmit-Bast-Ra. 

kahi[t] ^=^^ ^1^1' *^"°''' ^^^^' 
kaheb '^i^'^ ^ J ^ ^"^' ^"^^^'^ 

Stele 5, to smite, to strike; var. ^ J 'VO *4. 

kaheb-hetch-t U \\^^, ^.k^nd of 

ra -J A O 000 mcense. 

kahem ^ ^ ra ^ -^ UJ, 

Kubban 4, to smite, to strike. 



kahes 
kahes 



\ JlX' sorrow. 



sorrow. 



to cry out. 

kas LJ i Nastasen Stele 37, a sanctuary 
„ =0= ' pot or vessel. 

kasabU^J.f>,,=^-;5.M.,ree^ 

Kasika -^^^l)il-=-'kl' 

B.D. 165, 3, a name of Amen. 

kash ^3:=6'^on^^-/^, IV, 335, a pro- 
duct of Punt, the pearl oyster (?) ; compare 
Copt. KA-Cy- in KA-OJA-KhX. 



Kashi 



fv^/1 



Nubian, a 



Sudani man ; Copt, e^luoj' eOtAJCy. 



Kashit ^^^l)(j O.Nubian 

woman ; Copt. e^Toooje, eeocyi- 



kak ^^=^ 
Hb. 20I. 



A 



[ 791 ] 



;^. Leyd. Pap. 13, 2, U U ^ |, Rec. ,0,62, 

plant with a bitter taste; compare Gr. kUi 
(Herodotus II, 94), KiKivof. The Heb. Ji^iTp, 
has also been compared with kaka. 

kaka-t u ''k U 



© ^ boil, blain, pustule, carbuncle ; Copt. 
^ ' KtJOK. 

kaka H Q+^ 1 . Nastasen Stele 40 

kaka M i^^, darkness, night; Copt. 
Kl^Ke ; var. ^"^(^#^. 

Kaka {-{ "] ^, Berg. I, 17, a god. 



kakai (kaki) lJ U 

1908, 289, darkness. 

kaka ^^^"^ U 



O 



, Jour. As. 



Tfifinn, worm, serpent. 

kakmen-t ^ ' "^^^ Tl '^ O , ^^^- ' '» 9i, 

^^^13^ /www «!i (2 a vessel. 

katd, ^=^%, llfl I A, ™Xriotter(?) 

caldron, boiling pot, kettle; 
Copt. K^.2iI(?) 



katu(?)^^°(|, 



W 



katem.katem.t U^^J^, U](j 

° u 



III' I I) 



o IJ 
ill'^ 



o, fine gold; var. 1^ \ 



o , Amen. 18, 12; Heb. DJIS. 
I I I 



kath 



I I 



, IV, 973 = ka-t 



li- 



kath '— ^ ^ O, pot, vessel, a kind of 
dye(?); plur. U 5^^. 



katha 

"^, Edict 2 



^'^^ 



'^j Tutankh- 



111 jee^ii^sa' jje^i 1 r 

amen 7, a plant from which a dye was made ; 
Copt. (fox6^, 2iO-JfX, Lat. carthamus tinc- 
torius (?) 

katha ^cz^^, ?^' ° , 
_^^:^ ill 

the seed of the above plant. 



katha ^ 



I n an instrument or tool 
' of bronze. 



katha U 

I 

kathab L-J 
kathan ^ 



J A , charioteer, driver. 

^ y • po^ vessel, vase. 

^ 5y\,Reci7, 145. 
L.D. III, 219K, 14. LJ ^^ 1 A ^, 



kathatA LJ 



"^'^ driver, charioteer, 
J A' caravan leader. 



^ > ^ cloth made of linen or wool 

I 'ii:*' 1 III 

or hair, covering, garment ; Heb. n^D5 . 

katoh LJ-^|y,, U'^;,« U 
katcha M I A. ^^'^^'^" ^^^^^ ?^' * 

^— ^ JJ, ^-'^ vessel, pot. 

katchai ^ 1 11 ' '^^ V ^' \ ^ ^ 

andLJ2;;;^|! " 

katchen ^2D ^' ^2l^ ^^* V 

5 A > charioteer, leader of the baggage waggons 

of an army or of a caravan ; ^ ^^ j -^ I) )[ • 
chief overseer of waggons. 

kd ^^^, Hh. 385 

k4^|],U.6,=^p^,N-3^Mo 

k& ^^i:::* (1 e = "^iz:* (]|l , another (masc). 

' — ^ 

, Jour. 



(3 



i- 



.M.655. 



ki-t ^3^(1 <^ 

As. 1908, 249, another (fem.) 

kia ^z^ (] "^aSiS, boat 

kiu '^^^fl^. U. 21 1,^^15* (jc»,U. »73. 
to acclaim, greet (?) 

etc., to move (?) 

;^ Rev., another ; 
I ' Copt. K€ OTf^. 

3 D 4 



k&uua 



1^ 



[ 792 ] 



k4ri _^IJO r^, A.Z. 1906, 21, P.S.B. 



Wort. Suppl. 1277; var. 



1 1 1 



var. 



ka o , a precious stone used in inlaying : 



kS ^^, Rev. 12, 116, to leave. 



kaf 



(5 



kama 

injury, violence. 

kami 



, Rev. II, 88, to overthrow. 



HL-Zl ^, Rev. 12, 119, 



^ 



Rev. 12, 117, 
to injure. 



karti-t 



\j 



]()(l\-,Rev.i3,26, 



butcher's knife, goad. 

ki ^:=^ [|[| 5^, B.D. 163, 6, Thes. 1204, a 



particle of asseveration, also, moreover. 



other? another; '':c3 

one to another; f ^\ ( )^^=::^.[](]^=^[]|1, 



one embraces the other ; 
Nastasen Stele 61, another place ; 



another chapter; 



, another person; 



D © 



, once again, another time; 



](1 ^^, , another, />., a variant, reading; ' 

""*♦" Amen. 1 7, 3, once again ; 
D ©' Copt. KG. 



keti , B.D. 153,11, 



,^::=^UU^, 



ft (1 , fem., another, the other; -cS- v\" 






, B.D. 153, II, one .... the 



other; 



o I 



o 



I , other matters ; , others. 

I ^ III 



kiu, kui ^^, IV, 330, "^;^'\ 



1' © w 



I , others ; 
I W 



w ja i 



1 ^ QQ^ ^ '' other kings; Copt. Koonre. 



Ei 



n [] ^*— J Thes. 8 1 8, a hawk-headed 
iJ4 ^^* bull-god. 



^ 



ki-t 



o 



nil, Rec. 32, 82; var. 



kiariu 



w 



L-fl^ r 



L.D. Ill, 140C, carriers of gold. 

kiu ^3?% [](]%> "^ I , Shipwreck 165, apes. 

kimi "^z^ 11 ^ ^ ^^ ^'^' ^^"^ 

Copt. (T^-IJULG. 

J5 AAAA/vA ftAAAAA buudlc ; Heb. 



kiuanu 



kirshu-t 



w 



w 



, cakes, loaves ; 



\ c^ ^ III 



var 



Kirgipa 



I, A.Z. 1880,82, 

a princess of Mitani. Tall al-'Amarnah Tablets 
Gi-lu-khi-pa t^ *'V[A 1^5^^^- 



kish ^:i:^ 

kith ^:3^ 
ku 



r-\v~i '^^^'^ to smelt (?) ; Copt. 
, to perish, be destroyed. 



, U. 96, 291, 534, T. 1 79, P. 93, 
647, M. 129, Rec. 14, 165, 34, 178, pers. pron. 
2nd sing. masc. ; with nouns in dual -^zi^ ^ . 

ku ^^=^% ' , ^=^^^^ J. others. 

ku ^\, P- 104, M. 71; var. S '^ 
f~^ ^, N. 73, to move. 

ku-t(?) ^^3:*^ '^ > Rec. 32, 82; var. 



O 



III! 



vN , "<::z^ V\ ^, pers. pron. ist sing. 

kufl (kef) ^ "^ f^ 5^. Rev. 13, 4, 
26,.ape(?)= ^ Ml; compare Heb. D'^D^lD, 
I Kings X, 22, 2 Chron. ix, 21. 



[793 ] 



]1 



e 



=> rvn 

G I ci u 1 o 

Q — f^ A.Z. 1869, 147, bread, 

* cake ; Gr. *fy\\«<rT/v. 



kureshU - 1 

kuqAuf ^^^ (] |, Rev. 12, 66, fircones; 
Copt. KOTfKo-)niA.piA.. 



kuth (?) ^=^% %i "= "^', ^ >^["d "f 

Jl _zr W I I I bread. 
keb ^cn^ JL,-^, arm, shoulder; kz::^ J 



<=» <-r— Sk 



kebb 



, the two shoulders. 



,5 1] U. 325, 534, to coil up 
JIJI ' (of a serpent). 

the arch of the sky, vault 
of heaven. 



O 



ycJ.Rev. 14, 7, 



keb-t 

Kebit ^ii::*'J?Sfefc 

goddess of heaven. 

Kebatchaa ^=^ %l i ^ (] ^ J.^ ©. 

A.Z. 1849, 78, Cambyses; Pers. ft t] <'yT 
-<^ "rf T<-. Bab. r 4^ ^- -}}^ ttVr, 

Gr, Kafifivat]<i. 
sandals. 

kebu ^^3^11%^,'' y,, s-l^- (S^'te) 36. 

Ji JT ^ -^ I, to open. 

keben-t ^=3:^ J &^^, ^=^j 
■Ja,^;3^J ^|4^, A.Z. 1908, 8,^^=^ J 

ws/vv\ 

,, ;='gi«;, a large sea-going boat, a ship of 

S'o I, 

J ^^^ I 



1908, 8, 



;s»atc 



I I I 



kebes 
kep 



1 

■1 AAA 



Rec. 6, 8, ''^z^ 1 '~~~~ :=j3ie: , Rec. 22, 2 



D <?' D ? ' 



I, hollow 



of the hand or foot ; Heb. P]3^ Copt. (TblT. 



keput ^^^??, Thes. i2or, ^^^. 
DIM D (2 III 

P.S.B. 10, 15, Mar. Karn. 54, 46, hands cut olT 

from slain enemies; l\ aaaa/v\ [1(1 1^ 

n AAAAAA v^^ ^ Q c-^a^a ft A | / ^AAAAA / TO 

I I I I D eiiio iiniiii 01 I i^^^^Ji /nil' 

Mar. Karn. 54, 54. 



kepi 



ORev. 1 2, 37, cloud ; Copt. 
(THue. 



JtOP ^ 11 c~3 , hiding place, refuge. 
Kep 

kep 



Kep-her "^"Tf ^ ^. B.D. isi.agod. 

Rev. 13, 56, to seize ; Copt. 
(TOJIL 

kepu, keput ^fl^^l.^^ 

?_- Zl ^ I , hunters, snarers, 

kepri ^ (](j cr-u, Rev. 14, 40-"^^^ 

cm = Copt. KHUe, chamber, furnace, 
kef '''s^^, Rec 31, 20, knife. 

Kef-pesesh ^ czzd d H csa Y» 

-••— j\\ , an instrument used 



OED 



N. 252A, 

in performing the ceremony of opening the 

kefa 



to pour out, to flow. 

keff 



r*"' 



Z*"^, to spit out. 



j^ to pour out, to vomit, to 
f ' escape (of a fluid). 



kefau 
kefa 



\r*"'- 



vomit 



' '^, U. 568, Rec. 31, 163, Ship- 
wreck 60, Peasant 56, 1^ ^ ' 1 1 ', 



Ebers Pap. 94, 11, ^_ "^ L^^, 



^' 



8 



-P' 



.-^.. 



(2 



— ^ , to lay 

bare, to dt;nude, to unclothe, to divest, to strip, 
to deprive, to spoil, to dismantle, to unveil, to 

uncover, to unfold, to pull off (wigs) ; 
\ — SSj, none at all. 



_^o 



«^ 



kefa &b 

<>, loyal, devoted; plur. -^ ^ | "^ ^ | . 



I 

IV, 1116; 
Pap. 2, 9. 



^^|l<>ij.wa. 



[ 794 ] 



kefa ^ 






-^. 



_^,»<.^_^, hinder 
part, backside, rump, tail; plur. ^^^>J^, 

8, 16; ^^"^"^^ V""^' ^^^^^ (°^ the leaves 
ofatree);Copt.X-*-^(?) 

ij (j _S) '^f ^-a . ^ I] I] 'y', to be naked, 
uncovered, despoiled. 



(2 



Eefaiu 

145. 79> a group of gods 

keft .... 



_^ J^ !. B.D. 



, Peasant 321 

kefa ^^^_SS:i, Israel Stele 2, ^^^'nj^ 



^. 



_^']f'^-i], 



(2 



to drive away, to put an end to (a storm 
9. t^f^^ 

AAAAA^ I I I I /• 



kef-t K^^iS), IV, 1139, ^"L-J, Rec. 

I, 50, a seizure; k.=^ jT^ — ^, Pap. 3024, 






kefa K^^L-J], IV, 663, 893, 



IV, 711, 









, Edict 22, to seize, to grasp, 



to capture, to collect taxes, to plunder; see 



Kefau 



• ^ Q, IV, 35, " capturer "— 

a title; plur. ^ ^ lL) ^ 1 ' ^'"'' ^^'"" 
54, 45, troops, soldiers. 



Kefi 
keftu 



, Tuat X, a warder-god. 
jj % ^^*S, a ship of Keft, i.e., 



Phoenicia; plur. 

]1 



]\ 



I I I 



. IV, 707, 



KeftenU «<.=^' ^\, Berg. I, 20, an ape- 

r T» VSAAAA 



I I I 



god ; var. ^^-^ „ _ 

kem ^::i^ ^ , Rev., total = ^f^ 

kem ^^ 



kemu 



kem-t 
Kem ^ 



Eemkem 

75, 4, a god. 

kemkem 



Rev. 13, 9, to behave 
correctly. 



, L.D. Ill, 219E, 9 



, Rev. 1 2, 49, lamentation. 



Ombos I, 186, one of 
the 14 kau of Ra. 



, B.D. 



L-i), Rev. 



13, 26, to be strong, to prevail ; Copt. 
(fJjLCTbXK. 

kema-t / Jlj ^^ , a weeping woman. 

Kembathet ^zz^ ^ J h ^'^^, A.Z. 

1849, 7^i Cambyses. 

Eemnu ^^ 



d, 



yP, Annates 1,85, one 
of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. KONIME. 

kemh ^:z^^|^^ = gemh 



ZS 



-^^, to see. 



kernes 

ear of corn. 

ken'^^ 



P^— kPf' 



' O 



AAA/VkA I ^ 1 /SAAAA/\ 



(j % ^, !\\ to be angry, to feel 

indignation, to revile, to curse; (1 3 

=1 to blaspheme the name of God ; com- 
''^^ I' pareHeb. «p - 

t't * 

ken^-t ^~^ h ^ , ^"~^ h "^ , wrath, 
anger, reviling, curse, abuse ; compare Heb. 



kenau 



1^^- 



'^^6 cursings, 



o I I I ' hatred. 
Kenit /wwva B.M. 191, a Syrian god- 
dess, a form of Qetshit, who appears as a naked 
woman. 



[795 ] 



kenn ~vnaaa /wwvs, moisture, liquid. 
kenn ^^^3.^, ^^3, reed; Heb. Hi"? . 

kenken 



AAA/^AA ^^AAAA JJ AAAA/SA MA/WSA 



P.S.B. 12, 83, to sing to a beaten drum, to clap 
the hands rhythmically. 



kenken 



V»/yA/»A AAAAA* 



^ ^ '■^•^- i905»25. to 



lash with the tail 

kennarut ^^'^'^^^^^j musical 

instruments, harps; Heb. Dl'^JS, i Kings x, 21. 

Ken^t ^^ fl ^1 '^'"^^ ^' ^ goddess, con- 
/wwvA 1 I' sort of Set fit (?) 



kenan^ur a^wna 1] 

I I I AA/WAA 

harp; Heb. "1135, Syr, 
Copt. ^ItHp^., Arab. ,\j^. 



-&& 



1^ 

, Gr. KlVVVpOy 



o 



kenu 



kennu aaa^/vn 
e 



Rev. 1 2, 39, ear of corn ; 
Copt. KWl^^r. 

, fatted bird. 



Knufl ^^>^ q(J, L.D. V, 39, a late 

form of Q 'l^^ ^'^^' X*'^'^' Ki/v0, Kro,-.0«v, 
Copt. X"OTJULIC, X«0''f4>lC, X"OTfi.IC. 

Kenbutcha ^ J] t^ J , ^ Jtki 

, Cambyses ; Heb. ^T1il55 • 



kenfa 



^ to nip, to squeeze, 
L-J]' to crush. 



Kenmet ~wvaa jV Berg. I, 20, an ape- 



god, the associate of Thoth. 

Kenem-ti 



AAAA'W 



Edfii I, 21, one of 
three holy apes. 



kenem-t 

AAA/SA/ 

b:d. 125, n, 29, 

1900, 20, darkness. 

Kenem-ti ^ 



"^=' 



O' 



^ 111 



B.D. 125, II, one of the 42 assessors 
W ill ' of Osiris. 



Kenkenemmti 



^«/^/^/^A /vaa/wa 



w 



"'"y^, an ape-god, the associate of Thoth. 



Amsu 32, 25, a form of Aapep. 
Kenem, Eenmem 



derah II, 10, Zod. Dend., ^^^ ^ %"^. 
\^^^, Tomb Seti I, Ram. II, one of 
the 36 Dekans; Gr. KO.M.ME, X\0\ Mli:. 

Kenemtiu^||^^;;;,iv.8,6. 

the people of the Great Oasis (Kh4rgah). 

kenem 



(«V) 



"^^ , to break forth. 



kenem-t 



o III* 



\\\^^\\l a kind of precious 
_B?t) III o _^ o earth or stone. 



k^^. 



kenemu 

584, N. 1 1 89, a sacred skin (?) 

kenmut ^ 



P. 408, M. 



kenmut 



^^"^1;^ p- 443, M. 547. 

AAAAAA _B»tf _ZP' a bird. 

^^\j¥'P-776, N. II28, 

; p. 66,, ^ '^, ^ '^. 

P.S.B.A. 16, 136, ajie, monkey. 

^ ^ V s^' '^ V^ *• ""' "' 

the 36 Dekans; Gr. X\OYMI2. 

"^■y^, B.D. 172, 25, night, gloom, obscurity, dark- 



ness : var. 



t^. 



kenh aaaaaa >rp-^ , a name of the 24th day 



of the month ; var. ^^^^ ^^317. 



kens'(?) ulfl, 



force, violence ; Copt. 
(Tbitc. 



kens ^^^^ n 9, Hearst Pap. VII, 10, 

rip Pap. 3027, 4, 7, the placenta, the 
I <' "after-birth." 



kensa 



AAA/WA I 



'o' e, 



^ , pennaeum. 



kens ^ 
Eensu 



', bow; Arab. 



rv>uo 



IV i- 



u**^ 



(?) 



Nubians. 



[ 796 ] 



kenku-t 



_Zi ^r:^^ Jl I I I 

Stat. Tab. 34, IV, 707, logs of a special kind of 
wood. 

I ")l ^ Rev. 1 4, 8, wrath ; 

V^ Jm' Copt. (Tuotrr. 

Ker— ^,B.D.39,.3-^^|(?) 
an earth-god. 

Kerit 



kent - A w 



,0 



Denderah I, 51, a goddess 
of Punt. 



ker-ti 
kerr 



-Sas 



w 

-2^ 



, the two horns. 

a. 



burnt offering; Copt. 



chapel, coflfer, coffin, chest ; plur. (I ^ 1 . 






Kerasher F\rn 0^ , Kalasirian ; see 

Herodotus IV, 116. 



keri-t 
keriu 
kerp 



Q 



, habitation, abode. 



Hi , mules (?) goats. 



D 



_,i. Rev. II, i88, to de- 
clare, to make clear ; Copt. (TudXli. 



kerf <rr> '^^ , to seize, to carry off, to 
pluck away ; Copt. (Tcupq. 

Kerrlent S?]1, ^^"^^^^^^ l^' 79. a 

^^^^/v^ (J I god. 

kerh ^ ^, § "^ O , A.Z. 1906, 

147, ^f "^^ Rec. 18, 182, ^^=^"^1 () ^, 
Rev. 14, II, night; Copt. (TtUpg. 

kerh ur ^^^^^? ^27"^=?, ^^^ 8''^^^ "'g^t 

<z:> X festival. 

kerh netches ^^^ 8 ^ "^, the 

little night festival. ^ 

CZEZl 






\\ 



(^ 



o (2 I I 1' I 



cake, bread, loaf; Gr. KvWdartt. 



kerreshtta 

1868, 146 = KvWn<ni>i. 

Kerrshra "^^^-^^ 



rm 



] 1 :;:• ^-^^ 



, Kalasirian; 

C3SZ1 



see Herodotus IV, 116; var. 

I 1 "^ yb V •ft 

KerK jn , Rev. II, 173, 12, II, to 

be equipped, equipment ; Copt. (Top^^ 

kerek ^^ ° Hearst Pap. IV, 1 1, a seed 
^^zi:^ 111' or fruit used in medicine. 



kerker l^^, -^_^^^-:^ 

to circle, to mark out a circle with a stick. 

kerker 



X 

L-Vl' 



, Rev. 



14, 43, talent ; Heb. 153, Copt. (Tin^^U^p. 

X 



Thes. 1206, to smite, to strike, to throw. 
keha ^ '^ 4y L=fl, rebellion. 



, a title of Set. 

kehau 



keheb, kehab ^^Jl_j], a.z. 1907, 



ra 



•m*^-S;^- 



Hl] ^^ J ^ ^^~^ ^'-^' ^° smite, to strike, to 
attack, to pillage, to overthrow. 



Kehab ^ ^^ Mj', a title of Set . 



kehes^p^., ^ 

gust, chagrin. 

kehet 



I I r 



, dis- 



ra. 



, Rec. 2, 147, a kind of tree 



keh ^ 
keha 



• , to act gently or slowly. 

■^ 8 1K (X N. 506, a cake offer- 

Kehau ^^=^|^^. u. 509, ^^i^| 

^ ^, T. 323, in the proper name (j -J]- 



[ 797 ] 



K 



Kehau 



^ Litanie 60 
III' 

I'aj). 39, 4 

kel^en ^^^z^ | vww r~P, cup, vessel. 

kehna(?) ^:=^f\\ ^^, A.z. 1905, 

to8, night, darkness. 

kehsi ^^3^1 P (]() , Demot. Cat. 18 

kehek ^z:^9^zi:^i^,^,f- 4. ]34,to be 
A In old, aged, senility. 

kehkeh ^z:^ ? ^3^? f^ , Mar. Aby. II, 
36, Rec. 16, 57, Anastasi I, 2, i, to be old. 

Kehkeh ^z::* | " ^ 

one "—a title of Thoth. 

kehkeh-t ^^ 

19, age, aged. 

Kehkehit -^ 



, the "aged 

i, Westcar 7, 

oJ|,B.D. 75,4, 



a goddess ; see Seksekit 
K-khert (?) 

kes ' ' 



Jk I a star in the Tuat, 
S^ ' Tuat Vll. 



J\ , P. 204, 



(?) Rec. 



27. 59, _^ 

^ "oJ '^, ^ IdJ ^ L-ZJ, '^z^ [^ ^, 

Rev. II, 137, to bow, to do homage; 
to force a woman. 



keSU -^ I , bowings. 

kes&U .:=^[l(j^, p. 9, 703,^ 
V^ o, P. 341, bowings, homage. 

kesu ^^3^ p ^ ^, N. 1361, ^^3^ n 

^^1, Rec. 27, 217; van ^^^ |, 
homage. 

kes, kesd ^^::* R ^, n. 328, 648, ^^3;* R 

(|^, M. 143, ^:^p(], U. 68,^3:*|1^, 



kess ^3^ n n. ^' ^^'* '^- '9. to bow, to 
I I do homage. 

keskes ^z:;* fl ^^3^ H, ^- 6«>s. to do 

I I homage. 

keskes '^^^^'^^ X, ^•^- '9°^' ''h ^ 

_« n— fS dance, dancmg. 

keskes """^ 



keskesu 






1 1 



to rub down un- 
guent. 

, A.Z. 1905, 101, 



to take short flights, to flap the wings, 

, Tomb Ram. Ill, 58,3 god; 

-^S. Rec. 36, 162, to lie, to 
V' ' deceive. 



Kes 

varr 



/\ ill I 

kes 



!, 



keskes 



to chatter foolishly, to jest ; Copt. KA.CKec. 

ksantha ^^z:^ iq^ ^ ^ J|' R^v. n, 180, 

yellow; Gr. ^uuBn. 

kesb-t ^=^PJ-0'^J°-^' 

plur. ^^^ P J ^ <}()<}. P- 200, N. -936, ^z^ p 

779. J^ ^^ '' ^"^s*^s' I^» 2, II, a 

kind of fruit tree, sycamore-fig tree (?) 

kesb-t ^^^^ D ^ ° ^^^ ^"^'^ °^ ^^^ *^^* 

— H— Jl III* tree, 

kesfen — «— . — »— o, a mineral 



kesem 



^_^, IV. 1075, 



'^^' ^^'S^^^^' ^%*. to turn 
aside, to lose the way, wandering, error. 

O 



stormy; Copt. (TCOCJUL 

Ke8miunen-t^|^(||)^^| 

78, 44, a group of gods in the Tuat. 

Kesem heh Amentt '"^^^^^'^ 

(1 ^'^ "^^ Ombos II, 134, a mythological 
't^ P rv/N-o n' being. 



K 



[ 798 ] 



^^^i^ 



^®sh "~^ Z*"^, to sprinkle, to moisten. 



keshu 

f \\ I 

fruit used in medicine. 



\:- 



(5 , a seed or 



Keshtt r-yr-1 ^ , Ombos I, 84, a deity 



who presided over the products of Cush 

AA/VW\ 



Kesh-t oszD cr^O^ AAft^ , Ombos 

II, 246, a god (?) 

keshp S, ^^^'- ^3, 26, 14, 19, to be 
D hot, dry (?) 



kek "^ 



X 

UJl 



, to praise, to applaud. 



kek 

kek ^^,Thes. 1 201 

\J\, heat, flame, fire 



kek 



KektiU ^^>^^| a classof 



stars. 



kek, keka ^ (] ^, u. 50, 533, 

^^. ^^, ^^, 



\\ 



^=^ V*^^ I, ^^^^, 



w 



^ 



o 



w 



u Jr^ 



^ ^ r> ^ --. Rev. 1 1, 183, darkness, gloom 
^ ' ' obscurity ; Copt. K^.Ke 



keku reruti 

the outside darkness. 

keku smau 






w 



n, 



gloom or darkness, absolute blackness. 



Keki 



^ w 



t=^=^ darkness personified, one of the four ele- 
* ' mental gods ; see Khemenu. 



Keku ^ ^ f^, Tuat VIII, a god 
the Circle Sehert-baiu-s. 



W^^ 



^ J[\ darkness personified — one of the four 
O Yl ' elemental goddesses. '> 



kek 1^=^ i^ , the dark water. 



Kek 



I, 80, a title of the Nile-god. 



«^=^ 7=T, CJ e=^ A/s/wvv , EdfA 



kek \Tt I, Thes. 1 201, a plant; plur. 



kek nehes 



^^IP 



Q^VQ 



, Rec. 



4, 21, Nubian bark; Copt. KOTKe. 

kek-t l^ ^, a gnawing animal or 

insect, weevil (?) shrewmouse (?) ; compare Copt. 



keki 

kekit 

Kekr 



Q '^^ ^QV. 14, 10, a gloomy- 
J^' faced man. 



Rev. 14, 22, 
darkness. 



B.D. 39, 13, a god who 
judged Aapep. 



kekrer (?) 

1872, 107 



'=;:z:::?5 



-2:^ 






, A.Z. 



kekes ^p'^,A.z. 1873,15, 



^- 



to dance; see 

ket '"~^'^, """"^^y^, to be small 



Cv 



or little, tiny, helpless, abject; i h ^^^^, 

small ; Copt. KOTI. 



, babe, child, girl, boy, 
small, little; plur. kettiu '"'~^(1(]^^, Leyd. 
Pap. 4, 2, y ^ ' ' Heruemheb 3, 



AAAAAA id rri 



, not small ones. 

ketab ^=^'0'^ Rec 3, 3, iv, 390, 932, 

^ I 
modesty, timidity, thought, design. 

j\ , another (fem.). 



ket 



, another; 



t,q4. ^^^ Nastasen Stele 60, other thmgs, 
, w . I property of others. 



[ 799] 



K 



ket.akh(kh.t)^||,^fl.l, 



ket-kha-t , Rev. 13, 59, other; 

plur. 



other chiefs ; Copt. Ke^tVOttil, with 11 
and Itl. 



ket kha-t 



O o 



, shaft of a pillar ; var. 



ket 






ket&-t (1 ^ , cooking pot ; plur. 

ketU '''^^^^ Nastasen Stele 4 
o Jr ' also ; Copt. 

ketU-t ^ , cooking pot; plur. 



^>t 



{ ibid. 31, weapons of slaughter, 
I ' gods of the divine cooking pots. 



ketui-t 






M-fl> 



B.D. 167,26, cookingpot; plur. VMM 



Litanie 65 



ni' 



Ketui-ti "^^(jl)^'^, Tomb of 
Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 65). 

Ketuitt t-ent ba ^^ (](] ^^ V 

jk'^fc . Tuiit II, a lioness-goddess, 
ketfi 

pent, reptile. 

ketn 



^ w 



Tism 



^"^-MftM, ser- 







5, 



keteshtd ^ 

CZEZD 



Rev. 1 1, 168, tunic ; Gr. 
k (1 q=P, bread, loaf. 



ketket 



o o 



i, to stammer, to stutter, 
ketket to beat, to shake; 

Copt. (TeTCTuoir. 



ketket ^ ^ ^, A.z. 1900, 31, 1905, 

25> 37. to walk with short quick steps, to quake. 



ketket 



C^k Ci 



Stele 49, 

torals, neckbands. 



-A /^ ''^ , Nastasen 
T III 



ketket ^^^'^^^'^T, * '''"** °^ *^®'"** °'' 

'^ o I M ' plant. 



ket 



, Amen. 25, 2 



ketchaketcha ^:ii^ J ^=^ J "tit "^^ 

to kill, to throw down ; Copt. (fi^XCfoX. 



[ 800 ] 



S 



C G 

g J^ = Heb. p and 3 and Copt. (T. 
g[a] S , IV, 767, Annates III, 109, 
^ , IV, 613, ^^, Metternich Stele 58, 



O 



S ^-vfc^. A.Z. 1900, 28, 



>oc 



Rec. 29, 15s, S^O, S 



X 



, S 



C3 ^^ , to be in distress, to suffer want, to lack 



air, to be choked, suffocated; 



s 



!•« 



stricted windpipe ; S 



^ I , a con- 



way or path ; S 



170, 171, a suffocated child. 

ga, gau s 



cr^ifca ^'^^ , a narrow 

^ i 

, exhausted (?) 

, Metternich Stele 



^^,T.277, S 



^\^ T. 181, S 



a 






, P. iii6b, 26, 

(2 






^^^^. ffi ^v p>s > to be in sore straits, to 

be in great need, to suffer want, to be obstructed, 
shut in, blockaded, deprived of something, to 
be empty of; Copt. (TCOOT, (Tkx, XHOT. 



gau — en gau 

Pap. 3024, 64, without. 

(0 Ci 



s^^ 



c=i!fc=i 



ga-t s 



, ffi 



(2 O I 






Ss o 



, want, 



need, poverty. 

gau-t S "^ ^ "^ L-=fl, Greene II, 24, 
ffi ^\ r^, Thes. 1209, want, need. 



G 

gai S'^|(]x(]%^, s 

ZS fl (1 ^ I needy one. 

Gaasut ffi'^fl 



s 



X J^ a B.D. 142,4,14, 

111^' a title of Osiris. 



_M^ tractjon (?) 






mm 



, Rec. 



4, 30, S 



Z5 



,B^^ 



B 






V^i=5£fc=i, coffer, chest, coffin, shrine, receptacle, 

basket cradle- 7A "^ ^ "'^^ "^^^ ^^' 334, 
oasKet, craaie, ^^^ ^^^ , baskets. 

Ga nu Sa Ast S ^ ^ j] ^ O , " cradle 

of the son oT Isis " — a name of Apollinopolis 
Magna. 

ga S Y\ ^ , unguent or unguent pot. 



ga S ^:^ 1 , throw-stick, boomerang, 
to overturn (pun on the name |1 ^ ^^, (1 /j j. 



a kind of bull; ^^ S^^ |, Koller 

3, 6, young ga bulls. 

^ B.D. 164, 13, claw 
? ' (of a lion). 



ga-t s '^, S 



a musical instrument. 



gaga S ^ ZS 

to cry (of a bird), to cackle ; var. 



Gagaur S^s'^^^, B.D. 

56, 2, 59, 2, " Great Cackler " — a title of Geb. 



c 



G 



B.D. 28, 4, 99. 33. thoughts (?) 



[ 801 ] Q O 



ga s 

1202, ^ 

look; varr. 



, iS 



^^ , Thes. 



w 



, Annales IX, 155, to see, to 






<s>-i 






■<2=^. 



gaga S "^ S "^ -^, Love Songs 
5, II, to ogle, to " make eyes at." 

Gagait(?) S^ffi^f^ft^- 

Ombos II, 130, a goddess. 

gad-t S '^ (j '^ , shrine, chapel. 

Canopus Stele 32 = ra K<«7?\X/a. 

Gaa s 

II, 132, a goddess 

Gai S^v^ (J(l,TuatVI,agod. 



^^^, Ombos 



gai[t] ZS 

bottle, wine-pot; 

13, 411, to work the bottle, i.e., to get drunk. 

gai ZS '^ (1(1 L-fl, S 



O , Rechnungen 66, 

^ ffi (]() a, P.S.B. 



0, Love Songs 2, 9, a strong-smelling 



unguent made from the cyperus (?) ; varr. 



w 






^5- ZS'^/KI ° ^^^ ^^^^ ^'^ berries of the 
III' ^mHHlll' same ; Copt. KIU30X 

Gaits^()()^^, S 

C"^ OflV^ B.D. 263, a 
'^ m SH J^ I M ' scented flowers 



lake full of 
in the fuat 



kind, manner, style 



Gaisers ( g^y P <> p] . ''''^^^' 



gau-t s 



e 



I , Anastasi I, 23, 7, 



I 0:1^1 defile, a mountain pass. 



gaua o'^f].N. 6,8, a\{] 

blockade, to besiege; see S ^^^' T. 340. 

gaua s "^ "^ 1' '° ^^"^' ^° P^'^isc; 

van S 



H: , a kind of horse, stallion (?) 

gauana s'^fl ^^^,. Israel 
Stele 6, sacks, bags to hold clothes; Copt. 

(Tboxne. 
gauasha S.\f^\^R^c.^,.„. 

Thes. ..00, S.\fi\<^\ii."> 
break, to smash. 

gauasha S^f]^M^/v, 

Mission I, 607. S "^ f] ^oo^/v. 
expel, to pluck out, to cut down (of trees); 

gauaten S^f]^-|^lS. 

Anastasi I, 24, 6, IV, 3, i, © "^ ^ "^ 

..^f^^' Koller 3, 2, to tie, to bind, to tie 
(5 ^w— fl' together, to repair. 

^ '^ [ a. seed used in 
Lo^ o (• medicine (?) 

3 » 



gauf-t s 



ss 



G 



[802] 



G 



7A 



gauin(P) ^^^. Berg. I, 30, to be 
weak, fatigue, weakness, helplessness. 



(^ .<^, Festschrift 117, ^ 



%^'", Love Songs i, 11, 5, 3, arm; dual 

1201, 23 

Copt. (TSloi, x<i)Oi. 

gab Q^J(S", place of rest. 

B.D. 149, 7, 4, to look with evil design, malign 
glance. 

III,"9C. ffl^J^^. ffl^J^ 

t^» S "^ J '^' to be weak, to be sick 

feeble, to fail in health, defective (in quality), 
short (in weight), exhausted, tired, adversity, 
misery ; Copt. (T^Ke, Xe^I, (Too^, (TuoK 

X(u&., xe^itAJOT ; S "^ J ^ [ "j" 

Sphinx 14, 221, a bad year; S'^J^^ 
Love Songs 4, 5. 

to be wretched, miserable, weak, helpless. 

be broken or overthrown, to be dashed in pieces ; 
see S J ^^ and S J ZS J ^; Copt. 

gabga[b]ius^J|^[J]^^ 

-^^L^^ I, Rev. 6, III, the slain, those 
overthrown in battle - ? cz^ii | (](] o -^^ I 



gab-t ffi^Jt-S^J^^' 
® "k J*^^' ^-^^ ''°'' "'• ^\}\ 

V, c^^, leaf, leaves, foliage ; Copt. (Tco^e. 

gab.tio-^J;^,E-^J°^l, 

B.D. 172, 15, hair, tress, foliage. 

gabun S ^ J,^''^' ^^^^' wearied. 

gabesbes s '^ J P J P ' ^^^^^^^ ^^^' 

n, 13, 15 

gabguo^Jn^^.B^J 

gap Z5 "^ ^ ^, Anastasi 4, 2, 10, 
KoUer 2, 1,8, to catch (?) to seize (?) 



gafi s <^K.=^, IV, 949, Z5 

I^,Koller4,3, S^^^, S^ XX 

^' ^^'^'=^'^' ^ long-tailed monkey, 
the pratas monkey, ape (cercopithecus) ; plur. 
S'^'^--^l, Shipwreck 165, S 

._^^j,B.D.x36A,5, S^"^ 

Sj^,Litanie64;see S l)'^-^, ^^"^^ 
compare Heb. plur. D^Dp, i Kings x, 22.= 

D''D"'lp 2 Chron. ix, 2 I, Gr. kT/^o^, KrJTro^, KetTro^. 

Gaf s 



the Ape-god — a form 
of Ra. 



gaf s 



L-fl, S 



to knead dough, to force, to compel ; S 

'-'=^'^ I Amen. 12, 17. 

W o W I I 

gafgaf s 



L-fl, 



w 



C 



W III 



kind of bread or cake. 

gamai S "^ 1!^ I] H '^ . an oily plant 

gami-t S"^^ 

gamb ©"^^^.^.tosee, tolook 
upon, to perceive; see S ^^^ ^ 



hen (?) ; Copt. 



s 



gan a ■^-^^. S "^0 ^, weak. 

helpless, soft, fluid (of unguent). 

,^, Anastasi I, 23, 5, KoUer 5, 3, to faint, 
to drop with fatigue, to be helpless, weak ; see 

S (^; Copt. cThon, (Thh, 2CHn, (Tno. 



[ 803 ] G 

garp-t O "^ '' ° " 



S 



gann s 
gann q 

16, lamp-stand (?) 

ganu s 



? II 



, tongue (?) 



w w 



f| , B.M. S639A, 



O 



XJ[, s 



Oe 



T=T 



SS 



^sA^ , reed, marsh flower ; see j^ 3 ; Heb. n^JJ . 

ganuiu s "^ (1(1 ^, A.z. 1900, 



33, water plants. 

ganraga s 



III 






gansa S ^ ^^ 'O^ X ^, Amen. 8, 20, 



Melanges 3, 2, 153, but read gantga ^ 
transfer, to translate, to render ; compare Heb. 

/VftA/VAA 

W 

13, II, 18, 17 

gangar O ^ , ffi ^^^, to 

sing ; Copt. (T^Cf^, ZenZGIt. 

gar S ^^ g , purse, bag, wallet 

ffftr n1K -®^ I ^^^- '2' 9. lie, false- 
^^^ ^ m=^ 1 ' hood ; Copt. (Tok. 

gara (?) S "^ J.\ (| , Anastasi IV, 
14, 5, fire, furnace (?) 

garagantesi s "^-fca"^ S 

(1(1 o. Rev. 12, 67, gourd, pumpkin; Gr. 
>co\6icvveot. Glossed by Copt. KA.XA.K^.rtOI. 

garbu, garpu S "^ ^\ J (£ '^^ 

Roller 2, I, S ' 



L-fl' 



j^r^n. S 



U-fl' 



w 



J(£L-fl, Alt-K. 1059, S 



W D 

^, Anastasi I, 26, 5, S ^ ~ D^L-fl, 
to hammer, to rework, to bolt together; com- 
pare Heb. P]S3. 



I P__^ ^, dove, a 
kind of pigeon ; Copt. ^poJULne. 

garh ^^ ^'^'^ night, darkness ; Copt. 

garsetep(?) q "^ 

kind of medicinal unguent. 

gartan^^7;^,S-^^^^^ 

cinal plant and the unguent made from it ; Copt. 

gartohana 0^-^|V\?. 

a pronged instrument; Heb. pl^p, i Sam. 
xiii. 21. 



(/ 



-fear^ — » , a 

000 






tsifcs) 



X /5A , to rest, to be weary. 

gates n^lpI^.S^:^^, 

gazelle, antelope; fem. S ^^ | ^ ^ ^; 
I P n I ; Copt 6^0C. 

gas ffi^p^. ffi'^p^. a 

*='^ , to smear, to anoint ; Copt. O^Tc. 

gasu S "^ p ^ I , anointings. 

gas S ^^ p cr^ . Berg. I, 56, embalming 
chamber ; var. tt 1 cr~i] . 

Gasut S "^P ^ ^"^. N. 975, the 

Bull-god of heaven. 

gaso-^-^^.za-^pi)!)^^. 

Love Songs 7, 6, grief, mourning, stiflT, stiflf* 
necked; var. S P Iq' "^ ^^'^ 

gas s'^Pt^'^, Peasant 162, togoout 
of repair, to fall away ; var. S ^ M igl ^^ aS ' 

3 « ? 



ss 



G 



[804] 



a 



Si 



gasar S "^ ^ "^Q, ring, signet; 
Copt. Kcofp, aj^rb-jfp. 



gasf-t s 

used in medicine 

gash s 



o 



, a seed or fruit 



s^Sffl 






, A.Z. 1868, 9, 
, to spill, to pour 



out, to sprinkle, to bedew, a pouring out, inun- 
dation. 



gash ZS _^^=^ 21 j^' ^° ^^"^^' ^° 

wheedle ; Copt. KOOpcy. 

gash s'^c3o|^, S'^oa (] ^, 
S '^'=sa {| ^ ^. reed; plur. S '^'=^ 

^;^, A.Z. 1900, 30, s^oo|;^, 

Gaqit(?) ffi^^^^.OmbosII, 
132, a goddess. 

a kind of cake or bread. 

I 



ointment, unguent; var. ^ j{, 



gatha s ^^'^^' ^™^"- ^3. 5, to 
smite, to strike, to be violent (?) 

Gata ZS^=^^|,B.D. (Saite) 
78, 19, a god. 

ga-t (?) Z5 (1 ^ , ^^"^'' '9, a kind of 
V X «i^ sj ^_^j^ q£ bread. 






g&f sl]' 

g^[t]sl]|(lil^,^^tndoyant^ 



, a sculptor's wallet. 

ape, monkey ; plur. in Heb. 



ga, gai S mmi, S (jljiiimi, a kind of 

precious stone. 

- ^ czi^ ^ Jour. As. 1908, 255, to 



ga 



^ I I I Hi ' wait ; Copt. (TUO. 

gaa S > censer; Copt. XH. 

gai en ankh ^ (](] tj ^^^^ u ^ ^ , 

Rec. 13, 36, the act of living ; Copt. (TirttJOIt^. 



garab S 



O, Rev. 12, 68, the 



sea cray-fish or spiny lobster, the Palinurus (?), 
perhaps also the stag-beetle ; Gr. Kdpa^o9, glossed [y 

by Kapa^. 

ffah S V, ^ t° reach out, to stretch out, 
' \J n' to extend. 

gah S I ^=^^ ^ , chapel, shrine. 

Gasantra S [§ o ^ ^ r?i» ^^^' 

II, t8o, Cassandra; Gr. Kaaavrpa. 

gaga (gaga) g S i^ , Rev. 12, 39 = 

K^K in ^.cyK^K. 

gi S llfl |. Rev. 13, 58 =- TO ^r/joffi/KOi/. 

si S i] ij ^ tj ) form, Uke, manner, character. 

giunema ffiljljlfl^^i. 

Rev., the act of eating ; Copt. (TinOTCOAJL. 

gi en au ZS flljl^'^'^ Q(] ^. the actof 

coming; Copt. (Tinei. 

gi en ankh s fl()"| ^^^^'a ■?• ® , Jour. 

As. 1908, 27 J, the act of living; Copt. 



gienuben s 

Rev. 13, 40, rising. 



O 



gi en reg s 

running away. 

gi en sef s 

108, the manner of yesterday, 

gi en tchara s 



^%' 



U """^^ J^ J^ > Rev., 



|l'^, Rev. 12, 



Rev. 13, 103 .... ; Copt. (TlItCT^Xo (?) 



gisu s 



1(^=0= Rev. 12, 115, drink- 
I I I'ing; Copt. ^ncO). 



s 



[805] 



o 



gi segerh s l](] | P^| ^ |]. Rev., 

condition of peace. 



Ki S Ufl -/I *'^"'°"^' **eps, high place, 
1 1 '^— ' ' terrace. 

gi S (1 (1 O , to be corrupt, to perish. 

Rec. 4, 21, a plant or herb; S (](] ^ '^ % q 

gi S flu S ^ , mason, artisan. 

Jour. As. 1908, 268, seat, 
'throne; Copt. KoXke{?) 

^1^1 Rev. 12, 26 ; 

wJiSl' Copt. (Taot. 



gir sd(J-2» 



giti S 



(2 



», hand(?); 



gitcha(?) s 
Copt. (Tl^C (.^) 

^ S%5^, S^, a kind of cattle. 

gru S^'^f, fTT". f '^. sack, 

bag, basket; plur. S % ^ , L.D. Ill, i6a, 
baskets [of tribute]. 

gui-t ZS ^(]()<^' coffer, chest. 
gU-t (?) S M2i , a kind of workman ; plur. 
S ^ '^ ^^1 j , Gol. Hamm. 1 1, 76. 

gU S^^, S^;^, 1^5, cyperus 

, of --^ \5, and of the 



of various kinds : of 
. □ ^ 



,of 



00 II 



Oasis % O 1 © • S ° ^yP^"^' ^^""^ ' 



gU ^ 
Rev. 1 2, 49, S 



Copt. 
, Rev. II, 174, S 

S 

(2 



Jour. As. 1908, 248, to be choked, to be blocked 
up, to be restrained or constrained ; Copt. 
(TcuoT, (Thot. 

shut up, to shut in, to blockade, to put under 
restraint; var. C -yj ,, ® 



straint. 



grua S ^ "^ ® , Hh. 487, tightness or 
twisting of the chest, a disease. 

gua-t S fl "^ €^, ^''' ^ P'^^^^^ '*^- 

gui S^(|(]fJ, altar. 

g^i S ^ (1(1 iR , honour, praise. 

», to abuse (?); 1 S 



gugS^I 



(5 



IV, II 04, each cursed the 
other. 



geb S J"^, A.Z. 1906,147,'^J^ 
^^ , Love Songs 4, 6, a kind of goose. 

G^eb "^ J, U. 210, 1^ j^^nlll' 

^^ J y^ 3. , Rec 32, 87, an Earth-god, the 

son of Shu and Tefnut, the husband of Nut, 
and the father of Osiris, Isis, Set, Nephthys, 
Horus. As the creator of the Cosmic Egg he 

is called the" Great Cackler," S ZS ^^Jj; 
Gr. K^/3. Later, forms are : S J cJI » ^^' 

A.Z. 1906, 147-149, ^ J ^' ^ J (] s§' ^ J» 

Gebb S J J ^ . U. 382, 75 J J1. A.Z. 
1906, 148, S J J^^' *^e Earth-god. 

Gab '''^.y. Re... 8,. -^J 



V^-i'^^D^^'"*""""*" 



or 

Rec. 17, 94. 

Geb ^^ U , Twat X, a god who came out 

of the chain that fetters Set, and who fettered 

Uamemti. 

r« oV» 1L H ^ Tomb of Seti I, one of the 

fJftH '?-^ 11 ^ Tuat VI, a jackal-headed 
^J^' stake of torture. 

3 « 3 



ffi a [ 806 ] 

Geb O J1,DenderahIV,8o, ^ J^J. 



G 



s 



Quelques Pap. 93, an ithyphallic god akin to 

Menu. 

i.e., Menu of 
Coptos. 

C3SZI 

- , in 



\ 



Gebai '^ J 



in 1 , in 



, Mar. Aby. I, 44. 



'^=t Tuat XII, a form of 
<r— >' Horus of the East. 



I 

50 



Gebur sj 

Geb khenti khat pest-t 





n I' 



[ Hh. 242, Geb, chief of 
I ' the nine gods. 

crn, Tuat II, a god with a knife-shaped phallus, 

C^eb ZS IIJ, ^•^- 99. 7, god of the 
^ J! Sli celestial ocean. 

J^/^/v^/^A n ^V aaaa/va »<n 

-WWVA, 55 M^^AA^AA (for ^S 

'^~vw\ I J the celestial ocean or Nile. 

Gebitn=^,Berg.n..34^'^, 

A 11 '^ *~vTl ,^ ^^^ goddess whose bowed 
^ J p=q' »ltl ' body forms the sky. 

geb,geba sj— ^, ^ J "^ 

a piece of ground; dual S J^^, ^ J^^ 

^^; Copt, ^'^oi, z4)oi. 
gebb^JJ^^.^JJ-. A.Z. .,06. 

149, earth, ground. 

geb -8, T. 388, -8^ , M- 404, a^ bundle 

Keb^^^/'^.IV' 36,, 37^, sacW 

geb-taJ^,Bj^,gxIr,m^, 

leaf, leaves, buds ; Copt. (ToJ^e. 

geb Sj, zsj^^, sj^, to 

fail, to collapse, to be helpless ; Copt. 6^^e. 

gebi S ^'^^' Demot. Cat, to be 
weak, to collapse ; var. ^ J A (j ^^ /^ , Jour. 

As. 1908, 300; Copt. Kcooj^e, (TS^e. 



gebius%.(i(j^^j,^-^^,:jp: 

gebgeb ^J-^s J, T. 310, S Js J, 
M. 126, S J ffi J "^^ Rec. 30, 192, s J 

S J S J -i^l-a, Rec. 8, 136, S J ZS J ^, 

Stat Tab. 39, to overthrow, to slay ; S j S U 
^ 71 the overthrown, slain; Copt. 



gebgebi S J S J l](| -^^ IV, 658, 

^ J^ J I^IS' ' "^'^'"''"^ '""^ ^'''Inem" 
gebgebit S J S J |^' , dead bodies. 

gebgeb S J ZS J ^ ^^, deformed, 
lame (?) a disease of the leg. 

gebgebi sjBj(j(]I^/"'<Pi^l'; 
geba S J ^'^-^-, B.D. 149, VII, 

4, to cast evil or threatening glances. 

geba sj '^'^^^^' ^-D- '44, 12, 

tree, foliage, booth (?) 

gebir S J (](] -Sas^, Rev. 12, 57, great 
man ; compare Arab. yo^. 

gebir Sjl)q^5,^^""'^''t'is"ue: 

. gebga s J S"^*^, Hh. 472, Rec. 

26, 225, s J S '^^''^' ^^*^- ^^' ^^^' 

van-. B JS J^ S^JS^^^ 
a kind of goose. 

gebt sj 
gebt s J 



, throne, throne chamber 
, two arms ; see J^ 



gep S 



U. 496, p. 164, M. 328, 
N. 859, to rain, to flood. 



s 



G 



[807] 



S 






_ AAAAAA AAA^/v^ flnr»H 

storm, inundation : tAivwvsA »w>aa v»^aaa, *^, nooa 
D vv-w /vww* of water. 

gep S tt-v^ nausea, sickness, a fit of 
*^ a ^^* vomiting. 

* *^ D S ? Ill' Copt. (Ton. 

eepu S ^-iscs- Sphinx Stele 12, an evil 
a _zr ' glance (?) 

gepes Sd^, suppi. 1297 

get S Rev. 13, 84, vengeance, avenger; 

'^-— ' Copt. KA^.. 

gef^l^,iv,ii2o,>^n, S <T^, 

^5_^^'5r^' U. 423, ape, monkey; 
TT ^ ^ cvO ' ^'^"'^ ^4 ' compare Heb. plur. 



Gefut 

000 



a 



, U. 423, ^ 
, T. 242, the ape-gods of heaven. 



gefen >^ 3 ^^' "39..A.Z. 1908, 132, 

ftww ' to revile (?) to abuse (?) 

gem, gemi '^^ |, /^ |, /^ 



, to find, to dis- 
cover; ^^^, U. 200, T. 78, M. 231, 

N. 6,0, ^^.^^^1 ^1^1 
<:^> to find a mouth, t'.g., to speak ; Copt. 

I ' (Tin, (Tine, xejjl, xixai. 

gemi-t ^V ". '^^. ^ 



ci, Pap. 3024, 155, something found; 

gemm ^^^t^, a^[ 

P. 360, N. ion, to find ; ^ |^^ fl^ 



to find a way or means, i.e., to effect something. 
gemgem Ag£=ii^^^=z,Mar. Kam. 

% I , Anastasi I, 






w 



, B.D. 113, 2. 



gemgem ^^^^^.Vcrbum 

I* 336* '1 to search out, to investigate, to 
reckon up. 

gem usher ^^\t Ebcrs Pap. i8, I, 

89, I, "found illegible or destroyed," — a scribe's 
note indicating a lacuna in the text. 

Gemi /i/^l fl ^^""K- ^' '3. a god who 
-^J- 1 5lJ ' found places for the dead 

^, Rec. 29, 147, a group of gods(?) 

Gem husu ^^f^^^l:^. 
B.D. 177,3; see ^^11^^. 

Gemu heru ^^^1 s3* ^•^• 

58, 3, a group of gods. 

Gem hesu S ^| ^^^ , U. 363, 
l^e^, A.Z. 1900, ^7, '^^IP^ 

ips±. ^^^- ]y^s±.- 

name or title of Ra. 

gemi /^^=^^, ^^^, 

A^ ^v 3 , to be sorrowful, in despair. 

gemgem ^ ^ ^ ^ |, to pant, 

to breathe with diflSculty. 

gemut^l^^^;^.^^ 

mourning, grief, mourners (?) 

12, II, strength, power, might; Copt. (ToJUL. 

gemgem S^zsl^!^. N. 877, s 

S ^ » ^^^- *^» **7, 228, 



P. 342, /^ ^ ^ ^, Shipwreck 59. 
X 






3^4 



ffi 



G 



[ 808 ] 



G 



SS 



^ = ^ 



gem-t zs 



^^, Love Songs i, 2, 7, 12, 

to break, to smash, to crush, to seize, to touch, 
to handle, to try by the taste or touch. 

\ a bird; plur. Ag^^ 



gemi /^ 

garden plants. 

gemi ^ 
gemu Ag 
gemah S/ 



^'^^11'^ herb. 



Hh. 9 



(2 ° Koller Pap. 3, 8, a 
III' kind of precious stone. 

to weigh, to grasp, to 
enclose, to bind. 



Gematcha (^kX\T^ 



gema s 

gema S ^7 



Demot. Cat. Ill, 247, 4, 
Cambyses. 



(I , Rev. 14, 100, garden. 

Rev. 1 3, 64, evil ; 
\' Copt. 6l)OJULe. 

gemuh ^%^\l^, ^^\ 



II 



^—^ to see, to perceive, to scrutinize ; 
' see gemh. 



gemnen /tg 



AAA/VAA AAA/VAA 



, Rev. 15, 



W W 111 
102, cumin ; Heb. ^J33 Gr. Kvfiivov, Arab. 



gemr s 



jga> 17 , Rev. ir, 169, 



C 



<3*-A EnL ^^^* ^^' ^'^'^' *^"^^^^ Copt. 

gemh ^^1^, ^1^1^ 

see, to look, to perceive ; van ^n^ ^\ Q v\ j^^ . 
geinh.t>S^|.^, sigh., glance. 

^ P^, wick of a lamp ; plur. Ag ^ ^ ^ 



T:-'^!^^ 



gemh^l^l^^.^^l^, 

A.Z. 1867, 107, to weep, to mourn. 

gemh-t^l^le^^.^^l 

v\ , weeping woman, wailing woman, widow. 

gemh.t^^fo^.A«|ol3!,. 

IV, 200, the hair over the temples or by the 
sidesofthehead;^^|^^j,B.D. 

X46.z5,x, hair, foliage; ]^^,-wn^o^ 

gemh /^?^ l,^-^- '908, 120 leaves 
-'-I- X T r of trees, foliage. 

gemhu S^|^cp,p.s.B. 13,317, 

I, 99, part of a shrine; S^^K^St'. two 
stones for doors of a tomb. 

gemsh S '-^, hair, lock, tress. 

gen S S I, p. 562, ffi ^, u. 491, 



/VA/W\A 



bull; var. tt I , N. 915 ; plur. ^ %^ j, 
B.D. 69, 13. 



gen-t- S 3, N.979, J^yt, 



s 



p. 3"4» -N. 1078, JfiwVA ^ , WWW 



s 



I 






, L.D. Ill, 194, 27, memorial, 



record, archive, memorandum; plur. 



AA/VVV\ 



Rec. 31, 25, vSg 3 I , A.Z. 1880, 49, ^ 



IV, 5^^> AAAAAA 



ftAAA/W ^ ^ M 

P P Pi >-. s ^^^ S 

^ ^ ^ I 1 1 AA/VAAA M M ^ , /VAAA.V 

N NN ,-»«^ <:i ^|Xj^l 



I I I 



, Tombos Stele 15, 






N (3 I I 1' 
, Mar. Karn. 



52, 20, /VAAAA^ 



I I I 

Thes. 1285, annals. 
I 



gengenu S ZS 

/W\A/V\ AAAAAA N N N I 

256, records, archives, annals. 



^ ^ y j. Rouge I.H. 



s 



gen§^o,^S^ 



■, reed, plant; plur. 



g-^ , , , . Leyd. Pap. 4, 14, ^ ^, water 
plants; var. S "^ O ^; Heb. n^jP. 



25 



G 



[ 809 ] 



Q 



gengen-t S S *^ *, Peasant 33, 
5J ZS "^^"^ * '^^^ ®'' pl^i^t "scd •" medi- 



Genur S |^?^^,n. 979, S ^^?» 

^, B.D. 14, 4, a god who presided over offer- 
ings; varr. Q ^ ^ ^ , ^^ ^• 

Gengen ur S S "^^i ^, b.D. 54, 2, 

AAAAAA WVAAA <^ ^ 1 1 

C S "^^ ^=» j) , the Goose-god who laid 

AAAAAA AAAAAA .^T *~^ ^ l-J AAAAAA *>^ C\ 

the Cosmic Egg ; var. (Saite) j^ ^ ^^ ^ . 

Gen urit S ^ 11 . * goddess of offer- 
A/wsAA ^ m. ings. 

Gen hesu ^ | P ^^L^ ' ^" ^^"^ ' ^^^ 

Ken S n A-^- ^^99. 95. a copper 
AAAAAA -^ ' object. 

genu S , metal pots or vases. 

AAAAAA I I I 

gen S ^, S gZi , to cry out, to beg, 

AAAAAA 2JL AAAAAA Cjl ^U. 

.0 beseech; O O %> ^, P*""™-' ^ Copt. 

AAAAAA /I iil W "'-' • • 

genn S ^ Qf» Jour. As. 1908, 259, to 

AAAAAA i^X 

be gentle or gracious ; Copt. (THoit. 

gen S (;8^^^, S |^, to be weak, 

AAAAAA >*! AAAAAA iil 

helpless, limp. 

genn S /ft, S o, S -^ts^, S 

"^ AAAAAA fNX I ' AAAAAA ' AAAAAA -tt ' /SAAAAA 

AAAAAA ilJL A/^NAAA AA/V>AA AAAAAA 

be weak or helpless, to be- paralysed or spell- 
bound ; Copt. (ThoiT, <5^n, XHlt, (5^0. 



/V^VWA ill III >( y^ 

33, 6, weaknesses, defects, troubles. 



genu S 0^1^, IV,- 502, helpless 



man, weak ; plur. 



8^ 



"^^1* weak beings or 
I I ' things. 



gen-t ^ Qf '^ . Jour. As. 1908, 276, 

AAAAAA Si. 

heap, abundance; Copt. (Thvoot. 

gennu ^0 ^ J| J. L.^. Ill, 65 a, 

14, lamp-stands, candlesticks, stands for offerings. 



genu ^ ^ '^, vS. '^, a kind 
of bird, crane (?) 

genbut S Jo^'m, Q Jo'm 

AAAAAA ^ _Zr AAAAAA^ '"" 

g?i, a man with woolly hair (?); plur. S jl o 
^^^j,IV.695.^J.V^i. 

genf #A^^, A-Z. 45. 13a. to revile, 

o ^[^v ^' to abuse. 



(5 



, Jour. As. 



genmd ^ 

AAAA/i 

friend, fosterer. 

genmu S '^,11.498, ^ 

A^yVVAA J JT AAAA^ 

A A A , T, 319, servants, vassals. 

genkha S "7^, Westcar Pap. 7. 3. to 
A i; ' work(?) 

genkha S "^.IV, 86, to be subject to 
AAAAAA "jic to toil under orders (?) 



genkha S **7*, Tombos Stele 1 6, S 

AAAAAA ^'C AAAAAA 

, star, luminary; plur. i^ a. ' > 

)*( A^^SAAA ^ri X I AAAAAA 

{P^^u^ Rec. 27, 225, A.Z. 1908, 131, 

r^^' 29,5*. 53. 



D ^ 



, dove, 



genkha pe-t S 

A/V\AAA » » 

pigeon ; Copt. (TpOJtxne. 

gensh ^^^, wing; see^^^?^. 

I \\ I AAAAAA A 

gent vSa \v , B.D. 38A, 6, slit, wound. 

^®^* n i^' ^^ ^' *o ^^ ^'■°*^' angry; 
var. ^^ ; Copt. (TconX. 

ger S , S ^ , S i], Rec. 21, 86, 

P.S.B. 31, 13, also, further, moreover, but; 

S is often written wrongly for ^^, serfstele^o! 

ger-t <=>, Rec 31, 173. 33. »9. ^^ . 
^ B.D. 64, 22, but ; Copt. (Te. 

a a kind of rat, mole (?); Heb. 
gert(?) <^, TL,h,Gr.a'XXo.(?) 



25 



a 



[810] 



G 



s 



, possessor, 



imni 



ger S , S j , ZS ^£^^ 3 , to furnish, 

to found, etc. : see S 5\ v . 
<rr> r~m 

ger (gerg) ^^, ^^ , 

ovmer, master; var. S Q } . 

Gertes S ^^^^^ 

a god of ^*^. 

I )| nnm 

g?> , to lie, falsehood ; see S ^ ^ . 

ger S Q?i, Amen. 7, 7, 9, Rec. 31, 165, 
ZS t^ ^ Love Songs 3, 4, to be still, silent ; 

<n>_S'Mr' Copt. (Too. 

ger re S g^i, silent-mouthed. 

geru S %^^, Peasant 211, S 
Or Si ' ^'^^ silent man, i.e., a poor man. 

geru (gergu) ^ 

gerr S <c 



gera-t 



I Rev. 8, 141, 
I ' subjects. 

U. 498, T. 319, to run 
away, to flee in terror. 



I 



geru S „ V5^ i , hunters. 

gerger ^^^-^.'° ^''"""^moiish: 

ger S sjr^ , balsam plant or tree ; ^ 
\\ o , D^crets 108, incense. 

/T o o 

gerut ^ ^ ^ ft3 » scented unguent. 

S O Rev. 12, 26, buckler, shield; 
^ .fiaisr^^' Copt. (TX. 

gerr S .2^, ffi .aa^^fl. Rev. 13, 76, 

burnt sacrifice, offering ; Copt. 6^lX. 

gera ^ \J ^; Rev. 13, 33, strip of cloth, 
_2as *-" rag(?) 






a kind of wooden 
weapon or tool. 



geri ^ ^^\B' ^^^■' P"^""^' ^°P^* 



s 



(5^lXe, Heb. 1^. 



geriu ^l](l"^|. ^"""^ ^°"^' ^' ^' * 



geri 






kind of bird. 
(3 "^ , wig, headdress. 



grugus S e S [^ ° Rev. 12, 69, W 
crocus, saffron ; Gr. KpoKov. 

Gerbatus s ^""^^ J ^ "K^^ 1 

^^ , L.D. Ill, 160, the name of a Hittite. 

gerp S y Rs"^- ^3, 29, to be wrapped 
_gai 0' up. 

gerp S Dg?i, Jour. As. 1908, 302, to 

71; A li /A to reveal a matter ; 
reveal: ^0^ |^=., (,^pj ^^„Xn. 

««-- ^ k ^- ^ c:;.^xoi;i: 

germi S £z= (](] ^, a kind of wild 

plant used in medicine, wild parsley ; Copt. 
Kp^^XJL (carthamus silvestris). 

germpi ^ ^ d |]|] e '^, dove, 

pigeon; Copt. (TpOJULni. 

grenbet S /wwva J^^, P.S.B. isss, 
gerh ^ I '^, A.Z.. 1905, 29, ^ I 

, Leyd. Pap. 5, 13, Rechnungen 43, S 

to cease, to come to rest, to die down 
(of the wind),. finished. 

gerh ^l^f. ■^.^® ^. 



,^—0 



gera 






to drive away, to re- 
!' ject; Copt.XOOCJOpe. 






O S 



(^|](aO^ S 80 I, Rev. II, 126, S 



I, ^rii» ^S^y^Q, night, darkness; plur. 
S l^^p^^ X. 339, N. 626, ^ 



s 



[811] 



G 



S 



^^, P. 537. ^f -r j. j^l (jlj 

^=^ III ' "^^^ '905. «2 ; F=q ^ ,<:4-, a whole 
night; Copt. (Tujp^. For the 12 hours of 
the night see Thes. 28. 

Gerh p=y=5 Tuat V, Night, a black vaulted 
* ' figure in the kingdom of Seker. 

Gerh S | ,^_d % , one of the four ele- 
mental gods ; see Khemenu. 

Gerh S ? ,^_d J) ^^^ Night-god, night 
5lI' personified. 



Gerljiit S 






, one of the four 



elemental goddesses, consort of Gerh, a personi- 
fication of night. 

Gerh en ip-t renput S 8 i?^/wvvna 

fj Q r^ B.D. 25, 3, the "night of counting 
1 ■— >-^— 1111' years," night of judgi^ment. 

Gerh en arit sap-t, etc. S 8 t^^ 

ci I H ■-*■*— w^ o Jn^ J^ 1 1 III' 

i8f, the " night of counting up the dead," night 
of judgement. 



Gerh en aha-a 



ZS 



■^"^^^ Q£l 



B.l). 18, 3, night of the battle 
between Horus and Set. 



i 



Gerh en utcha metut "^7^ aa^ws 

* I o 



S 



[ B.D. 19, 10, night of weighing 



<:2i 21 I ' words and deeds. 

Gerh en Haker S 8 p^ /wwsa fg 

, B.D. i8e, 3, night of Haker. 



Gerh en hati ^=y=^ 



f\ 



W 
, L,D. IV, 67, night wherein a tear of 

Isis dropped into the Nile and caused the In- 
undation; Arab. Lelet an-Nuktah. The modern 
festival of the " Night of the Drop " was cele- 
brated on the nth day of Paoni (June 17). 

Gerh en khet khau S 8 (^=y=^ ^/vwva 

^I'^^''^' ^■^' '^' ^' "'^^' °^ 
Gerh en kheb ta S 8 <^^ ^^^^ ® 

J J. , B.D. i8f, night of the ceremony 

of ploughing up the earth after it had been 
soaked in blood. 



Gerh en s&hs. sennu en ^em ^ 

18c, 4, night of erecting the pavilion of Horut. 

Gerh en sftha Tet em fetu O 8 

I 8a, 4, night of setting up the Tet pillar. 

Gerh en setcher Ast resut S 8 

i8d, 4, watch-night of Isis. 

Gerh en shesp Heru meskhen 



L-/1 



p 



neteru f^^^vww* 

■^■^■^ B.D. 19, 10, night of the resurrection of 
Mr Horus. 



CZEZJ 



Gerh en sheta aru S S'^^ 

of the secret ceremonies (of Osiris). 

Gerhit S 8 j) ^^^ name of a mytho- 
<ir> A iu\ ' logical serpent. 

Gersi S (|(j .Jj, B.D. 144, the door- 
keeper of the 1 8th Pylon. 

gersh S "^^^^"^ ^ P'*"* "sed in medi- 
<rr> (5 III' cine. 

gershta S ttT«T ] (1 ^ , a weapon (?) 



gersheri S gn^, "young man, 

" Kalasirian " (Herodotus IV, 116); Copt. 

&Paipe{?) 

cere S f ^° occupy, to take over 
^ ^ <:z>ij' something; Copt. (TtoX. 

gerg ^ S ,^. P- 833. ^ c^. N. 

775> ^X.^' '^' ^^^' ^- ^°^' ^" *'^^' «=4i' 
Thes. 120, S f ^i|, Rec. 20, 40, S 

Barsha 2, XXI, ^ Q X^, A.Z. 45, 125, 

to found, to establish, to settle a country or 
district, to make ready or habitable, to equip, 



to furnish, to prepare; 



s 



Lm- 



well 



founded; Copt. (TcopcTT (TpHCTe. 



s 



a 



[812] 



G 



s 



gerg per S ^£^ jl ^^^, to found a 

house, to marry; ^^ f^^ |' ^^' 97. 
to found or set up a statue ; S ^ | ® , 

L.D. Ill, 140B, to foundatown; S ^ 

_^_^ ■di> ' ' ' » ■ - I 

, L.D. III, 140B, to stablish heaven and 

earth; c^^fifl ^ ® ^^ f ' ^a'"- ^^V- 
I, 7, 68, towns colonized by Egypt. 

gerg-t ^ S.^, ^ S.,"^ ^ ^ 



'L-=y]'-S»' 



S 



^ r 



^ ^ , f ^^^, possessions, equip- 
ment, furniture, furnishing, mastery of a house ; 
plur. ^ jX, ^ I J house furniture ; S 



I, Kubb^n Stele 12. 



gergi X^^l' X^ 

landlord, overlord ; f ) 



s 



\, possessor, 



a 



this earth; ^^___^, 

(2 



, founder of 

landlord of the Two Lands, 
i.e., of all Egypt. 



gergut f "^^s kinsfolk, posterity. 



gergut S s^=^^^^,P.i62,M.252, 

S S <^^(?), Hh. 465, S X ""', Hh. 

Xn "^ ^ j 563, Rev. 6, 29, homesteads, 
1 ^M- ^> I I ' settlements. 

gergU S ^ I , parts of a ship. 

. gerg-t S X -^ , ^' ^^' ^^''P^"?' °''"^- 

<:::z>'=^!wvvAA mental water. 

gerg ^ X ^^' ^ S X ^^' 

^x|A^. §sx. §5i' 

toUe;varr.S^X^Q.^^^^oX; 

gerg-t <^X' ^ X' ^ i"^. 

XQT' c^» ^'^» falsehood, untruth; plur. 



S 



Ci I 



A.Z. 1879, Si> highly coloured lies; Copt. 

(ToX. 



gergi 



S 



X ^^ ^. Thes. 1482, y^ 



ffi 



S 



__Xili]^' IV' 971, liar; plur. ^X 
^^^, L.D. III, i40E,IV, 1078, X^^ 
ll^l,Rec.35,x26,^(]();^;^^ 
X ^^m^' IV' 97^' speakers of lies. 

13, 104, finger ring. 



geh 



Z5 



.,Rev.i3,89, ^s=^^i, 

Rev.,3.39-Lii^qi.^''cTp::Kftre: 

gehU S I ^ ^ ^. helpless ones. 
geh ffi § S '^^j a disease of the feet. 

/\ III 

gehes ZS ^ p r^, S P ^« ^-Z. 1866, 
99, S I p ^, Rec. 29, 148, s f pw^. 

IV, 171, gazelle; fe^i. s| ^ ^, s| 
[a](](]r^^,Rev.ii,i5o;var. S^|pl^. 

Copt. (T^-^ci, (5^^ci, (T^oc, (Tzoc, 
cyxoc. 

Gehsit ,^ ^ ^ ' ^ gazelle-goddess. 
gehes i P^, Leyd. Pap. 8, 5, j I "'^, 
, VVestcar 12, 5, toilet- 



I I I 



Westcar 2, i, ^ 1 
case, box, chest. 

ges , / ) Palermo Stele, one half; 



[ 



one year and a half; Copt. (Toc, 
ZOC, (^C, 2cec. 



ges 



; sP' 



:, U. 209, 490, P. 97, 191, 



S 



M. 362, N. 914, 1 142, 



, T. 208, the side; 






w 



, west, i,g.f right side ; 



Si 



G 



[813] 



G 



B 



D 



Qn^nzrl, the south; '^^n 

U. 580, one on this side, one on that side; 
dual ^, P. 182, ^ p, P. 667, 776, S^ p 

.N. 8oi. \\, \\^, the two sides; 

, the two sides of a house ; ;^ fl^, 

both sides of a boat ; , all sides : 

/ — 1 1 1 r 

plur. S p ^, N. 976. 

ges — — en ges -wnaaa for <?-— > , 

I I 

erges<zr=>^, (]<=>^z=z[l, ^Sp 

/ , by, near; er gesui <:=>^^^^, U. 585, 



IV, 971, 1090, 



, Thes. 1482, to set 



on both sides; t^t her ges ^ — °^ 

c^ I 

oneself on one side, i.e., to show favour or 
partiality. 

ges ^ IV, 362, "^^ ~^ ^, the 
upper part of an obelisk, i.e., the pyramidion. 



gesi 
ges 



n 



V^ he who is at the side, 
^A ' bystander. 

", fold, resting-place of a flock ; 




I I I I 



I , shepherds' pens ; 
, IV, II 14, town enclosures. 



gesu ^^^^^1, ^^^y(?^^, 

ployed in government storehouses. 

, sp 



men em- 



gesi -.^, -^ 

W 7\ A 
run; Copt. (Toxi. 



J\ 



, to stride, to 



ges-t zsp 

A.Z. 1908, 118, course, stride; plur 



, P. 376, N. 1151, -^ 



gesges 



, lord of running, the jackal. 



X 



W X 



u-fl ' 






:, to increase, to overflow, to fill to over- 



flowing. 



gesges 
ges ^ 



1, A.Z. 1873, f3i,gifU(?) 



>, Rev. - 



to tie, to 



.U-fl* bind, 
ges Q p ^, Ebers Pap. 106, 4, ^, 

C I y^ , to smear with oil or unguent, to 



anoint; S ' 
rubbed with oil. 



gesu 



(2 



1< 

O , unguent, oil. 



IV, 688, 



gesges 

mix ointment. 



U-fl, 



gesges S J^ t.^, p p 



L-^, to 



X 



gesa 



?k_«/|, to measure. 



L-ZI 



, to measure with cord. 



gesa ffi P IqI ^ ^, Peasant 312, 

SP^\^%'SP^^^'SP 

r^ 1K ^ to fall (?) to waver, to be untrue 
^ _^ 21' (of scales), falsehood. 

gesa a ^ ^. R- ». >48.^.o_N= 

gesa S S' 1 onm , a kind of stone. 



Gesi _^ ()() ^ , Cairo Pap. IV, 2, a god. 

gesu 



disease (?) ; Copt. (TtOC. 



f ' ;=r^' ^rt:!' flatulence, a 



gesu S P ^ f^ . bide, skin. 



Geseptiu(?) ^w^^^^^j, Thes. 59, 



the gods of the 7th day of the month 

gespekh ^ 



I (^3) a kind of bread 
-^111' or cake. 



gesfen S P '^^1 Ebers Papt 48, 13, 

g^ ^—^ "^"'^ ibid. 65, 3, a seed used in 
' Jc.*^ • o •' medicine. 



\ 



s 



G 



[814] 



G 



7^ 



S 



Rev., windstorm ; 
Copt. (TbcJjL. 



gesem 

gesem __^^.__^^^ 

rainstorm, flood; Copt. (TtOCiUL, ^ToCJUL 

t <r- > / I 

O, Rec. I, 52, 



gesr - 



Rev. 17, 146, bunch, bundle, 
\\ III' measure. 



geshu(?) - 
gest4 ^^« 

J(]v;,^, Peasant 305, 



, IV, 503, ^ 



%\ 



Rec. 6, 127, 



I °| , scribe's 



] 1 ra J'^^ 



writing palette; 
ebony palette. 

"\ nn 5^ one of the four sons, of Horus; see 

gestir 



w 



Amest, Mesta, 

Rec. 4, 121, un- 
1000' guent (?) 



gestep 
gesth 
gest ^ 

gesteb 

^s^{?) ... 



D 



^ /ij to protect (?) 



I /\ 



:=3 to run, to stride; Copt. 
7^ ' (Tbzi. 

f^i t to run, to stride ; 

^ ' Copt. <3^zi. 



van 



gesh ^ 7=T. _5_ /^, to pour out, 
□□ (ZSZI I 

to sprinkle, to bedew ; Copt. XUXy. 
gesh-t cszi , a pool, lake. 



geshd ^ (1 i , reed, rush ; varr. S 
I=SI3|t5, ^^(); CoptKA-a. 

Geshi ® flO' * ^o''™ of t^e Sun-god. 
», Rev. 13, 29, to recite 



nt n 
magic prayers ; compare Heb. f)tp3 . 

O „v_ the bark of a tree ; Copt, 
i, the cry of the goose or of the 



geshp ^ D 



geg _ ^5, 



geg 



ZS 



"divine hawk" (J (] ^^z^ 1 s==3 3]); see 



geg 



geg 



S 






I, to eat 



^ ^ ^^^' ^^^^^' ^•^- ^^") ^^' '9. to 
peep, to pry into, to look with curiosity, to 
wink the eyes. 



^wvvA . , fish-pool ; Copt. OCOT". 



get ^ 

get ^^, an unguent 



Geta ^ (1 J, Tuat VI, a god in the Tuat 



geti S 



(S , a fruit. 
Ill 



geten 1^, ^^"P' P'^" ^-^ ' ^^P*' ^^T", 
o e' JULe(?) 

geteg ^ ^, Rev. 12, 66, to move rapidly. 

e I 



getcham s \ 1 _^ i. Rev. 12, 26, a 

handful; Copt. (r^.2fJULIt 



[816] 



cx = Heb. n and Copt. T". 
. ^'^' I' ^ ^»lhou, thee. 
<:2k =» /\, bread, loaf, cake. 

^ IV, 890, while, whilst, when, as, be- 
0' cause, since, during. 

J- A fl, to give. ^ 

I ra, staff, support; van \ h. 
/p\ 1 _ ' I Gen. Epist. 63, misery. 



!, 



wretchedness. 



a ^ ^, ^'^(j, demon, pron. "this," 
the fem. article ; Copt. TA.I, TH. 

a o "^ O I , Rev., this ; Copt. TH. 



late 



time; see at ^ g. 

t^a I "^ ^ . Rev. 13, 75, time ; Copt. XH. 

ba-t cx 



N^ "^^ part, portion (in arith- 
^ r metic). 



a 



•, T. 392, 



, M. 406, 



I n \> I' I >^' in 
' crDI jJT, Rev. ir, 181, 



n I 



crzi 



, ground 
land, earth, world, soil, dust ; Copt. XO, BO. 

ta-t 



£^ o 



'^ Nastasen Stele 10, land 
® ' country 

^^'^ n CUD ^^"^^ SI S\ \> 
' cia (ia <^» ^'^- 97. 73 



taui 

74, the Two Lands, />., South-land and North- 
land, or Upper and Lower Egypt, the former 

being the realm of Horus, ^. , and the latter 
that of Set, y^vl, Rec. 15, 150. 



taiu -^w, 

291, lands, the world; 



T 

n \> ^ \> 






:i- 



III 



, Jour. As. 1908, 



:, U. 573, N. 967, 



the four quarters of the world 

ta with hetch 



\> I or I nl o 
" earth lightening," f'.e., dawn, daybreak. 



C3, 



ta with sma 



IM 



, ^D. IB, 2, 



Y^, B. D. 1 7, 47, 49 - /^ 



to bury in the earth 

tau - 



vA ° P. 829, landsmen, people 
21 o' of a country, men, folk. 



people of the Two Lands, />., Egyptians. 



Ta-merau 



HtMi- 



the 



I, Heruemheb 5, ,^ 



people of the land of the Nile-flood, i.e., the 
Egyptians. 

ta-temu(?),tamu(?) I^^^^j. 

kkili' 

Wi J) I, Amen. 22, 11, all the 
men and women inhabiting a country, population. 

Ta Aabetch =?=s= 2 , T. 274, "land of 

the headjbox of Osiris " — a royal title. 

Taiakhu ^■^®^^j|j^. 
land of the Spirits, a part of the Central or 
Southern SQd^. 






Ta ur ^^^ ^^^ *^* "^^* *'*^^ ^^ * 

^f*' ship, starboard. 



ta ber 



J 



J 



s I 

.1 I o o 



J 



O. 



unenclosed or waste 
land, foreign land. 



[816] 



Ta meh =p^°*=^, ^^^^A* ^^^^^"^ ®^ 
he North, the Delta, Lower Egypt. 

Ta neheh ^'w^AA 8 o 

•'IE X . . _ 

/J\ § O § . " Land of Eternity," i.e., the grave. 

Ta neter T , " Land of the God," the 
southern part of the Eastern Desert and Arabia. 

Taiu nu neteru ^^ ^ TT\' ^'^'' 

"Lands of the Gods," i.e., Arabia and other 
countries to the east of Egypt. 

TauiRekhti "^"^ =??, B.D.I,i6,i8d, 

3, etc., the countries of Isis and Nephthys; 

V \> \> <=> :^ ^ \> ^> :^ :k. ^ 

E3SS ci W '^ ' 



var 



Q 



sss 



o W 



Takharu (orAa^^^)T 

"Os, -f ! B.D., land (or, island) of the kharu 
^^1' birds. 

ta Sebek , a kind of earth, clay. 

-s^lll 

tashu ^^^ B "^ J, ^^^ .'4, 5/, un- 
V I 5li cultivated land. 

Ta Shema ^=^^ -i^, the land of the 
South, the South, Upper Egypt. 

Ta , j\ , the primeval Earth-god, 

husband of the Sky-goddess 



Tatiu 



I, B.D. 49, 19, Earth- 



D '^ 



gods as opposed to sky-gods 

Ta =???= Jj, Tuat III: (i) the Earth-god; 

(2) , a district god, Tuat VIII ; (3) ^ ], 
the god of a Circle, 

Taiakhut TZ^®\^^i' 

fuat VI, the abode of Osiris in the Tuat. 

TauiAger ^SA S ^ 



s 

H 
S 



C^£^ 



, Pap. 



Ani 2, 9, the districts of the Tuat of Memphis 
and Heliopolis. 



Ta ankhtt 



t 



C£5^, land of 



Life, t.e., the Tuat, the cemetery, the grave. 



Tauab 
Ta ur 



a 



the Pure Land, i.e., 
the Tuat. 



^^=f 



®, B.D. 40, 5, Great 
Land, a part of the Tuat. 

Ta mes tchet '" fti P*^, B.D. 140, 

7, a title of the Tuat. 



Ta en luaslt a^^^ 



P 



, 163, 12, 



" land of Truth " — a name of the kingdom of 
Osiris, 



Ta en maa kberu /<a/v«aa , Ani 

I, 27, "land of Truth-speaking," a name of the 
kingdom of Osiris. For , "land," , , 

IE I SI 

"island" may perhaps be read. 

Ta nefer T '^"^j B.D. 140, 5, 

" beautiful Land," a title of the Tuat. 



Ta he-t ankh 



I s 



Q^f 



Tuat VI, the abode of Osiris in the Tuat. 

'Taher-sta-nef-^p-^X 

, Pap. Ani 2, 5, a title of Osiris. 



Ta Sekri 

domain of Seker. 

Ta shet 



I s 



W 



, Tuat V, the 



/WNAAA, Ombos I, 319, 

3S Ci X AAAAAA 



" Land of the Lake," i.e., the Fayy<im. 



Ta sheta 



H ^ 



D 



, B.D. 22, 



3, " the hidden Land," i.e., the Other World. 

Ta qebb f \l ^^^^, B.D. 6r, 8, 

" Land of Refreshing," i.e., the Tuat. 

Ta tuba (Tautba ?) J^"^^ J 1 s3' 

a god of food. 

Ta tebu 7^ ^ J ^ ©> ^•^- ^5, 15, 

a district in the Tuat; var. ^^^^^ J >^ r^* 



Ta Tuat 



Ta Teser 



■jk the land of the Other 
:,n' World. 



the "holy Land"; see Ta Tcheser. 



[817] 



Ta tcheser -w- ^ *^^^, t. 175, -«?- 

"^ S^ t^£va, P. 121, -^^, M. 157, 

N. no, B.D. 182, 12, "the holy 
Land," i.e., the Juat. 

__. "^ " Land of Eternity," 
-^l ' />., the Tuat. 



Ta tchet 
ta 



^ '^ ^ 
I n III' D m III' D 
fluid of some kind, drink (?) 

ta "^ , Rev. -c= "^^ 







VSA/»AA III 



7\ 



ta g,U. 97, N. 375, Q ^, T. 335,^, 

OA Q ' — > I ^ A ' '^Q I 



'^^^i'Si^e;^. 






I I I O I II 



I I I 



O 



, bread, loaf, cake, a cake made 
of fruit, e.g., r\ a^^vnaa J M ^, V, i6i, mulberry 
bread; '=' 9 nil, B.D. 169, 21, 22, the four 



cakes of Sekhem and Aqenu: ^ o , B.D. 
^ " — -nil' 



189, 20, the seven cakes; o y-D III, T. 344, 

the three meals of heaven; o yV ||, the two 
meals of earth. 

tata g '^^ a ^ ^ o, S§ , '^^i^^^^ 

O I I I D I I I Will' be bread. 



ta asher 



0, 



-£^<^' O I I I _E^ ° III 
^, a kind of toasted bread presented as an 
offering. 

Ta akhem khesetch A (1 ® ^^ -^ 

® n "^ T. 288, M. 65, N. 126, the bread in- 
I ( ' corruptible eaten by the blessed. 

^^^^*-=»© a kind of 

\J c=±i=Dll *' cake. 

^ ■'■'^ holy bread (made by 



xicL aa aa 
tau&b 



a 



the god Ptah). 
, Berg. I, 14, 



ta Menu(P) | '^ 

cakes of Menu. 



ta en aah o avs^ -•^=^, IV, 1131, bread 

of the moon, i.e., of the month. 

(2 



tau en unem 1 1 ■ 

'7» i45» "eating bread" — a kind of bread 



f 



, Rec. 



ta en sekh-t q a«ma* flflfl, a "field- 

bread " — a kind of bread. 

Ta en tchet K ^T^ , " everlasting 

bread " eaten by the blessed. 



tau nefer 



I I I 



bread made of fine 
flour. 



tau nefer fihft (?) § *^ I f 

Rec. 17, 145, a kind of bread. 



I I 



tau re 

Anastasi III, 2, 5. 

tau hem a 

celestials, i.e., bread of angels. 



n I 5 q=^ 

ill' e... 



I I I 



III' 



I I I 



I , bread of the 



ta hetch S t A ^ pyramid loaf of white 
\J k iA bread. 

ta s&f ^3) 1 1 11 »<^^. /\ 



n^ a kind of 
^ ^ ^ ' bread. 



ta XnsL c^ 



C) JL T. 63, the mom- 
c) ( ' ing bread. 



^« Q p^-. Bubastis 51, slab of stone, 
omD ' T__r ' stone, altar slab. 

Ta(?) ^ ^, Rec. 26, 224, O ^, the 
god Thoth. 

« (1(1 ) ]| , Metternich Stele 80, to glow, to be 

red-hot, to bum, to be ardent, to be angry, hot, 
burning, to be hot, to boil (of water), fiery: 

^tau, taftug-^lll]!. °^|^l. 

4.o„ '^ "^^ Hi a fiery man, one of ardent 
^ ^^4' disposition. 



P 

ta kh 



man who is naturally irascible. 



?- 



ta kha-t 



D 



^ a fiery man, ardent, 
I ' irascible. 



the name of a mythological serpent 
ta re ^ (l -^ , enemy, foe. 

5^ 



[818] 



(1 (? ^ B.D. 1 25, II, one of the 42 assessors 
14 1j' of Osiris. 

ta-t ^ I , Roug^ I.H. 256, ^ ^ I , Amen. 



company, assembly, crowd, mob, tribunal; 



D 



D 



VQi I **o*, great council; 



j ^^ /SA/\^AA 



, great council of the city ; 



1 AA/W\A 
I 



.council of the land; (f^ 

I taken into court (of a case at 



L-^< 



D 



ta 



!• 

I "D 



\> I 



law) ; Copt. eo. 
, boundary. 



'^, a plant. 



D 

ta o _ 

** ^'^'^' 0^0, ^, Rev. 
II, 178, to defile, to pollute, to be impure. 

tata c^ "^^ o "^^ '•""^^j to masturbate, 

to pollute; var. c=^'^e^"^<-=0). 



1] , copulation. 



tata^-t o ^^c\ ci 

masturbation, sexual pollution. 

Ta-t o ^^® ^ , Rev. 1 1, 186, the Tuat 
or Other World ; see. Tuat. 

ta4 i2k ^^ [1 , demonst. pron. fem. this ; see 



^'^^'^^ to adore. 

2 «», N. 3^6, 985, D "^ °. U- 66, 67, 

« (1 II , a goddess who wove apparel for 

the deceased in the Other World ; var. ^ (j 
^J^, U. 66 ; and see Tai. 



o*^^ U <ci>'^0, to bind, to fetter; var. 

ta^t ^^^ (1 si, Rev. = Copt. Terr. 
taan-t ^^^ tx Qf ^' J°"^- ^^- 1908, 

238, completion. 



Ta-aa-t-pa-khent o^ ^ ^ ((j|, 



o /Q 



, Mar. Karn. 42, 21, title of a goddess. 



, conjunctive particle; Copt TG. 



cm 
tai o 

tai ^ ^» ^^4^' belonging to; 
tai-a ^'^^|l(j^,my,mine; tai-k o 

tai-t ^^ijij^» thy, thine; 

tai-f o <^ [|[| ^.=_, his; tai-s o' 



her, hers; tai-n ci ^ lj(J , our, ours; 

AAAAAA, your, yours; tai- 



tai-ten o 

sen o*^ 

their, theirs. Demotic forms are : o ^^, (1 ^ 

- T^., my, mine (Rev. 11, 124); '^^^(j^ 

^^ , Rev. II, 168, o ''^, (I , Rev. 13, 2, 

his; Copt nrO) in TOJI, TOOK, Ttoq, 
TtJOIt, etc. 

Rec. 31, 197, to withstand, to resist; Copt. 

tai 5 ()(] "^ '^, Rec. 32, 84, '^, to 

clothe, to dress, to array in apparel. 

a sheet of cloth or linen, sail, awning, garment, 

clothing, apparel; £) ^^ V^ || 1 , mummy 
swathings. 

(1 (1 I? , " bandaged one " — a title of Osiris. 



[ 819 ] 



5k11s-^^<'-'''p--.-k1i;^. 

Dk1^l■s>115S^•i^11 

O S\* ^ m I4 O' ^^^ godt^ess of weaving ; 

''"'•Dk1°-^«-'^-3«°'DkK' 



^'''-^ Skim -.511 :n- 
tjf:5j?.^.Dkii!?.nk 

11 u' D ^11 E ^' ^°°'"' 8^*^' P^''^^' 
threshold ; Copt. TOT^.. 



^m 



Taitt z. 

excellence, /.<?., the tomb 



, the "Gate," par 



Sll'ff 



Taitt 

tai o ^5^ nil ^ , scorpion 

tam(?) nnnnn, 
tai-f o 



^ ^ Berg. II, 12, a form 
C^£^' of Ament. 



B.D. 108, 3, fifty; Copt. 

belonging to him, his ; 
^'Copt. xtJoq, xeq. 



tair j^ 



, fiend, enemy ; see 



D 



%-! 



tai-set « (1(1 No, belonging to her, hers; 



see o 



P. 368, a god of api)arel. 

tauai o"^ f] (](j O ". Rev. 12, 38, 

morning ; Copt. XOO**"!. 
, fiirnace, kiln, oven. 



tauf 



tau]?(?) D k ^ I ^' "^^ ^"*' 

4, 10, to sink down. 

^e (ZED xx I 



taush-t 



^: 



tab-t ^^J^, ^-^ft^.brick. 

tile, slab; var. o U ; CopL XOJ&e, 

^ omD 
XOXWClG, xco&i. 



taf 



D 



Hearst Pap. 9, 18, furnace, 
oven. 



tamam -k-*'^^' ^"k-*" 

5 , sack, bag, skin ; var. ^ ^ g . 



, Rev. 14, 19, to be 



fitting, seemly ; Copt. XOOJULG. 

silent ; Copt. TUOJJL. 

tamit ci <^ ' ll/l ^o, Rev. 13, 92, 



the midst of; Copt. TJtXHTe. 

tamu 2 '^ ^ ^ TfifiRfl, Peasant 131, 
some disgusting thing or quality; var. «=» 

tamen-t c^ "^ *^^^ Jl o, Rev. - Copt. 
TAJLIIte, this manner. 

^^'^^'^--m-llZJ^- 

6, 96, a very ancient earth-god ; ^vww^ J^ 
Jj, the "great Tanen." 
Tanen-t ^ 11 ^ J), ^ *"*, 

. 11^ consort of Tanen, an earth-god- 
TTO' ^ dess. 

Tanen-t ^3 ll *^, B.D. 17, ua, 

logical locality; (2) an important sanctuary of 
Seker ; (3) the burial-place of Osiris. 

Taneb-tiur ^^^^^^> 
Ombos I, Z93, a goddess of offerings. 

i r ^ 



[820] 



T 



Ta nett em khen u&a o 



^ Jnls * Denderah III, lo, a title of Hathor. 

Ta nett em tcheser (?) c^ ^ 

Denderah II, 50, a name of the solar 



Tar 



disk. 



D 



ima 



taruD^^ 



.gas'^, B.D. T64, 16, ^ 

Amen. 5, 10, 12, 16, a fiend in 
the Tuat. 



j fiends, demons, devils, 
I ' enemies. 



tarara o^^^^ 

, Rev. 14, 13, to rejoice; Copt. TTeXuX. 



TaraUSh f^"^^"^!, Darius; Pers. 
' "n TTT H T<^ *'J^ <TT X^. Da-a-ra-ya-va-u-sh, 

Bab. y ^y<y -yy<y ^^y? '$i-y<y, Da-ri-ya-mush, 

Gr. Aapeio9. 



Tariush [^W^^]' (s¥¥S]' 

Darius. 

TarUSh ( ^ ^ T^Tifl, Darius; var. 

L.D.III..46.5.§^'=^].PJ11^. 
L.D. Ill, 146, 3, the name of a Hittite envoy to 
Rameses II. 



tahan 



ra 



ra ^ c^ ra ^ 



forehead; varr. o 

"^ "^ ^ p ; Copt Tepjtie. 



AAA/VW\ 



/VAA/V/\A 
/SAAA/VA 



L_fl'D 



8 t^ rjj to dip in water, to submerge, to 
X Ja ' plunge into water, to sink. 



tah-t 



f^ Rec. 31, 30, sub- 
mersion. 



Metternich Stele 54, 57, a Delta woman ; ^ "w 
I , dwellers in the Delta marshes. 



^-^■^BM^'B\h^?.' 



O 



(S I 



Leyd. Pap. 7, 10, ^ ^^ -,^ jig8,ACZZD 1 
scoriae, sediment (?) scum, froth (?) 

tahua D ■^— f] "^ ^. dross, 

lees, dregs, sediment (?) 



tahen 



rv/^^ 



to be bright, to shine, to glitter, to sparkle ; see 

takheb ^ ^^ ® J O , sweat, any exu- 
dation or emission of the body ; var. U O • 

takhbusta ^"^^J^^]!]!}. 

2 J (2 'd' I (j -fj-, Harris 500, 2, 4, 12, sack. 

takhen R ® '^, P. 229 ; 

VJ AAAAAA /I 

var. ^^'^,U. 538. 

tas o ^^. [g] , Rev., harshness, abruptness ; 
^ "^ [q] 1^ ^ ^, Rev. ; Copt. XtOC. 

Tasakhrit (?) "/^ to' .^W^, Treaty 



s 



29, a goddess. 

Ta-sen-t-nefer-t o 



i-n^- 



Ombos II, 156, 181, Tefnut, the consort of 
Heru-ur of Ombos. 



tash 



D 
rvn 



>t> 



, P. 73, M. 103, N. 13, 



D X ' D 



™."^^;'^™^''.^^boun- 

dary, frontier; plur. ^ "^oa ^, P. 338, 
Copt. Tocy. 



00 X I 



1; 



tagaru ^^S 

Stele 33, a mineral. 



I III 



, Herusatef 



tat (?) ^^s. o <^, to nurse, to suckle; 



var. 



Tatt U 



; see Taatt, U. 66. 



e 



tatutu ^ ^ ^° ^ 

(Saite) 145, 16, a kind of wood. 

84, 13, 180, '3.7^^^£+ ^; var. Tatui- 
nen 



[ 821 ] 

B.D. 



Tatenen /vwwv ^, Budge, Gods of 

Egypt 509 ff., an ancient Earth-god, one of the 
creators of the world ; varr. Tatunen, Tathu- 
nen. 

tatha 



Tathunen ""^ s=3 % 11 — r^. 



Tathenen ^__ 

mental god "(see 



6 > AA/^VVA 

I 3X AA/NA/>A 



see Tatenen. 

, Tuat VIII, an ele- 
I with four forms 



Tathenen &=> 1.1. ^^, Tuat 

VIII, the territory of the above-mentioned god. 

Tatara^^^^^f ^^, l.d. 

Ill, 164, the name of a Hittite; var. A (JlJ Q?^ 

ta ^ , a mark of the dual, later 

ta ^ (1 , Tombos Stele 3, on the one hand. 

ta li fl Tombos Stele 3, IV, 83, staff, 
V support. 

t& o (1 /^, to beat, to break, to smash. 

■ t&-t ll H Ci U. 104, N. 413, a crushing, a 
S ' beating. 

titd. ^(j^(j^, o()o(] L^, IV, 
613, L.D. III, 65A, o (j o (] J^, IV, 621, 

^||o(]y^, o(]o(]|7^. o(]o(|^, 

Rec. 4, 35, to break, to smash, to smite, to 
trample upon, to crush underfoot, to stamp upon. 

t&ti I [1 ^ A (1 , Rev. 1 2, 95, an assembly (?) 
ta J (1 ^) Rev. 13, 73, time; Copt. XK. 



TA[t] "I (]]^. Rec 16, 129, a godde». 
tA-t o (1, A.Z. 1900, 128, o (1 |Vs^, 

, o (] o ts^ |] ^ ^ , Tombos Stele, 






K* 



10, emanation, part, portion; plur. , IV, 53; 
Copt. XO, TOI. 

tk tVj t| , form, counterpart ; fs^ J| 1 , 
forms, images, likenesses. 

t4a Ck (1 ^K\ ^Ss^_, j|, divine emanation, 
essence of a god ; var. ^ (J . \ 






tdakh-t 



f>^ I I I 
tati o II cv 



I 



Rhind Pap. 26, share, 
' lot, portion. 

Khnemu^etep 116, the 
two sides of a door. 



part payment, share, portion ; Copt. TO. 
Ti Kj ^ . Mar. M.D. I, 2o,a god(?) 



Ta-t-sheta 

a form of Khensu. 



1^^ 



Wi- 



Ombos I, 143, 



cm 



, room, 



t4-t, t&i-t Kj^' Kj 
chamber. 

ta, t^-ta c^ (j fs^ ' ^ s ^ V ^^"^6^^^ > 
Copt. ToeToe. 

t^ii(?) K^ °. Kj . Rec 4, 22, 

o 000 

colour, paint, stones of different colours. 

t&, taa tvj^, Mettemich Stele, 170, 

tv^ ^ ^, ibid. 203, ] (] "^ ^, to cry 
out, to weep, to lament. 

t&a.t \ (1 ^^» cry. lamentation. 
t&a o (] '^^. Rec 16, 57, weeper. 

barley; Copt. eiOJT, lOX. 

44, pair of sandals ; see tni, A 



3 ' 3 



[ 822 ] 



lAui, tU, tut ](j^^, varr. ]^j, "|(5^, 

1^^' 1^^''^'^' ^^^^' 144, abso. 
pron. and sing. 

taurdn ll (j "^^f (1 N,^'-'^^, stalking sticks, 
t&p ci n D 5^' ^ ^^"^ °^ cattle; var. 

TAnasasa ] (] \ 'o' ^ ®, B.D. 165, 

9, the name of a foreign god (?) 

tar lu ^ ., to destroy, to make an end of. 

. tarer li h "^^ "^^ Q cr-n , bread oven ; 



I "^ "^ (| i Copt, xpip, epip. 

^^ crzi, D'Orbiney i6, lo, door; varr. |l<=> 
Syr. nsLy}k, Ch. ^'^r\. 

Tarimaus(?) ]i)*^l]() ^^-^ 
^, Rec 33, 3, a proper name — Telemachus. 

Tarsha li I] ^^ Md '^ 1 ^^^^' ^^^ 

^ -^ I^ "^ "I ^ I , Mar. Karn. 52, 1. 

TArgannasa |i), ^^,,, \V 

1 ^^, L.D. III, 165, a Hittite name; var. 

tahamu ll\[U ^^^'^L.^/J = tehem 

r- j ^^v AAAAAA , the deep, abyss. 

takhr Ijlj^zS'^, Anastasi IV, 16, 9, 
military leather tunic; compare Chald. t^*^nn(?) 

t4s k M 1 AA, to sit, to seat oneself. 

tdsa ] (j IqJ L-fl, P.S.B. 15, 475, 1 [] ^ 
f -, to set, to insert, to inlay. 



tasa ^ (J C' CZD, a kind of cake or loaf. 
tdshes jl (] rm M , to cook, to bake. 

Taka-taha-meru | (j ^^z^ Q B I 

^S4'"-"^ 

Takamait (Takmit) l h 

, Harris 501, a goddess (?) 



O 



takr \ h (*=tD, eunuch; compare 

Copt. cKOTp, cTionrp, cio-rp. 

ta |l ^, Rev. II, 182, glory, praise. 



a vege- 
table, garlic (?); compare Heb. D^D^tt? (sing. 
D^tr), Arab, ^p, Syr. u.V' Assyr. Ef tfTyt: »^, 
Rawl. C.I.W.A. II, 7, 43 (col. 2). 



tam-t 



^ 



ff=T) , Rev. 13, 4, food, bread. 



tat (tat) ojj^, Rev. 11,185 = Hon. 

m L't J' TKT, TKOT, OKOT. 



,, B.D. 83, 13 



III' 



III 



'ill 



ti-t (?) 
tit o 

, pus, dirt, foetid matter; ^ ^ P f ^ ^. 
Rec. 15, 67, excrement of crocodiles; compare 
Heb. I3"'tp, Assyr. <y^ ^y, Rawl. C.I.W.A., 
V, 32, 26 (col. 3). 



titi 



WW 



>, to chatter, to babble. 



the name of a constellation (?) 

tini -^ ^^ , B.D. 153B, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 



10 = /wwvAj ye, you. 

tinu (tin) o 

break; Copt. Tltno. 

tir ll<=>U^, Rev. II 
strength, might, power. 



O L— fl, Rev., to 



'55= J, 



I >Llfl' 



[823 ] 



tir4jKtr4a)]<^()^^,]J^, 

(1 ^^- , door, the two leaves of a door ; 

Syr-iglUiChald. jni]!. 

tir (tra)-u8hebti ]<cp>^c3aj'^ 

ij 1 L Rec. 2, 15, a kind of magical figure; see 

tirka (traka) ^ ^^ -^^ 



I I I 



Gol. 7, 4} a kind of bread or beer (?) 

Tirku ^^]^^j.Koller4, 5, a 
foreign people or tribe. 

tihu ^ § % V^* I . Rec. 36, 81, mob, crowd. 

f\l\\ f (1 ^^^- "' ^ 79. fire, spark, 
44LJ)4' torch ; Copt. TIK. 



tika o 

titth o (1(1 jjs=j,Rev. =^^^^^^a) 
Titiur (Tatar) ] (] () ^ ^^> ^ "7^ "j 

, L.D. III, 165, a Hittite proper name; var. 
) ^,L.D. Ill, 164B. 

tu o ^, T. 333, P. 824, N. 703, a demon- 
strative particle, a mark of the passive. 

tu o %^; sees=3%^. 

tu o ^ = , demons, pron. ist sing. 



I \> 



!, 



A.Z. 19 13, 144, abso. pron. 2nd sing. 

tu ^ ^, @ ^' °"^' '■^*' ^^^ ^*"^' 

king) gave me." 

tutu o%oV ^ ^ , An^en. 8, II, 
Jf JT' (3 (3 ' one, anyone. 

tu Is^i Leyd. Pap. 6, 12, Mar. Aby. 11, 
28, 4, to say yes, a particle of assent. 



tu 



]M'] 



© 



I , to speak. 



tutu 






I, Rev. 13, 22, to reject 



lU ■- acn), mountam; plur. _ 1, 

nnnj (£ @ no 1 

Rev. 13, 19; Copt. XA-Tf, XOOf, XOTT, 

XCDOnr. 

tU,tua o^I^,Hh.344, 0^1^, 
wind, air, breath; ^ zl-2 , Roug^ I.H. 
II, 116; Copt. XH-r. 



w 



-^ ^ Rec. 30, 155, sandals; Copt. XOOfG, 
-^111' eax)nfi. 

tut unsM I ^ M ^ h '^, Anastasi I, 
24, 3, " wolfs feet " — a kind of herb. 

tu-t o ^^ Q , U. 88a, N. 365A, a sacri- 
ficial cake, bread of offering. 

tU-t £i "^ p ^ . IV, 389, walls, defences. 

^^ ^ft'^0,T.36i,P.642. ^f] 
^, T. 361, P. 359, 642, o ^, M. 677, 

N.1239. ofll^, P. 694, ofj^l^. 
P. 698, o fj ^ ^, T. 243, ^ f] |. 

^ if] K T' ^ fl T' ^•^' '^^'' '°^' 

1897, 98, to bear up, to support, to lift oneself 
up;^;^f]^.P.94.of]^^,N.56. 

o -^ "^^ M V\^ ^, those who are lifted up. 

tua o -jj^ I wi , a supporter, adherent ; plur. 

o-D^v V^l ^^' "''S. servants, retinue, 
( m 2l I household staff. 

•^ Q, pillar, support; seec=>^ 



tua 



^3-^, Rec 29, 151, staff, support. 

Tuait o ^ "^ (1(1 o , Denderah II, 55, 
a goddess, the support of the northern sky. 

Tuait o^||(l°. 

3 ' 4 



Rec. 27, 190, a god- 
dess. 



[824] 



299, c^-jp]^, Metternich Stele ioi,c^jp] ^^. 

'^'^, o ^ (j "^, to pray to, to praise, to 
address, to make a report, to honour; Copt. 

dependant, client, subject ; c^ jp) ^\ ^^Qj ^ , 
^ -je] ^^ 5^ "^^^ , beggar, a boastful man (?) ; 

tua ^ ^ "^ ^ "^ ' petition. 

tua ^ jf] ^Y ^ , air, wind, breath ; varr. 
o "^ Zill , 1^2 ; Copt. XHT. 

tuau o -jl^l 1^ ^, wicked men, evil 

r 
beings; see 

tua^f] 
tuau ^ •^ yj^ 

warts ; Copt, eoi, XOe. 

tuaut ck -^ c^ % Q , u. 60, o -^^ ^ , 

^, a kind of scented oil or pomade; varr, 

Tuam-t(?) o'«^ ^®o, U. 210 



c^ 



@o 



Amen. 14, 5, 7, 19, 
disease (?) 

, pustules, swellings, 



/WW/VA , 
I I I 



tuan h-jf] , you, your; see 
tuaha ^ f] ^ ^, Amen. 5, 16, 



to turn back, to repulse. 

tuaka (taka) ^ 

to destroy ; Copt. X^KO. 



u 



, Rev., 



tu& o V\^, Thes. 1297, Love Songs 2, i, 
]^(j,IV,897,]^^,IV,.09,]^|, 



Rec. 20, 42, (0 ^> I» I being. 

tua ^^flj Rec. 6, 117 = ^^, thee. 

tua o ^ e (1 (£ '^, Jour. As. 1908, 268, 
morning; Copt. XOOnfl, Amhar. ([\JX' : 
tUl o v\ ^^, vile, abominable. 

Tui o %^^^ ^ , Tuat III, a goose-god. 

t«i^(ll),Rev.i3,4,o;^[l(j=^;^ = 



ca 



(3 

J 

AAA/V\A 

tui ci %i 






w 



, this; Copt. X^I. 



! B.D. (Saite) 162, 3 



tuis ^ I (j(]©n,lo, behold! 

, Litanie 5, a form of 

1^1 



(a I 

I 

:^ I 

Tuba li"^ I 

the Sun-god ; var, 



tuben J f^j ' > grease, fat ; see £2^ jL~^ . 
tuf o "^K^ A B.D. I, 29, his. 



tup , a kind of cattle. 

tu-n £:>'^'^, ^, o"^yi, L.D. 
III, 140, belonging to us, our ; Copt. XtXJIt. 

tun ^ AAAAAA , O -^^ , Ci -^^^ ^ 7\ , 

J^ O-A AAAAAA (2 

^%0^, Rev., o«|>7^, Rec. 16, 108, 
to rise up, to mount oh the back of an animal 
for sacrifice ; var. c:^:^ -^^ 7\ ; Copt. XCOOTn. 



tun 



AAAAAA 

tun ^ ^ 



, to fly into the air. 



I, Jour. As. 1908, 283, 
resurrection ; Copt. XOOOV n. 

^ ^ , rising flood, mundation. 



[ 826 ] 



Tuil4h(?) ^ to ,Edfai,8i, a 

title of the Nile-god. 

Tun abui (henti) ^ — ^\^, ^ 

\X '^^^' ^^^ g°^ of ^he 27th day of the month 
or the festival of that day. 

Tun hat ^.^--^1 % ^erg. I, 15, a 
OA o ISlI' ram-god. 

tun c, ^^ ^ , U. 639 (with Ij ), 
o 4"T5,T.84,o+.:Slts^.,M.238, ^ + , 

fig tree (?) ; var. ^^ Q p f ' compare Heb. 
n3Sin, Arab. ^^" , Syr. m'^r*^, Chald. Nn^-in. 

tun o^;<5. c.^% ^^^ 

^, figs- 



e THIie (?) to the limit of. 



turn o ^ , B.D. 189, 25; and see 
^L-JIo^"^|n,,B.D. 164,4. 



w 



Jour. As. 1908, 252, products, plants, vegetables. 
tunnu o-^^ O ^, babe, child. 

tunnu o -^^ ^, Rhind Math. Pap., 
" the difference " — a term used in making calcu- 
lations- c^^^^^"^ ibid., the "middle 
latipns, o , difference." 



>-^ ^^ 



tunuh 0^0(^1 3 ^, 0%^ II 

!. Jour. As. 1908, 265, the rising of evil; 

ft^' Copt. TOJOTrt^^COonf. 



tur, turi (later tui) ^?=», B.D. 145, 
IV, 1 6, ■^e=» ^ ''^^•^^ , .,^^ 3 g?i , Hymn Darius 4, 



^ 



l,^« 



fWAA/VV 
/SA(\/VSA 



, IV, 752, ^ (] ! 

_ _ i:i-Si 

to be clean, to cleanse, to purify, to celebrate a 
ceremony of purification, purified; "S^ Oil 
i (1 , pure ; '^=f ^ , to pray with a pure heart ; 






I I j , clean-handed. 



*^ 1^ 8 — • M. 717, "f ^fc*S 

N. 1327,^ o. ^' *3. M. 113, N. 37. « holy 
^ '' "^?."' sacrificial cake. 

{^^.^(][^. willow. rced;varr.^f 

^|. ^() ^^'j^; Copt xojpe. 
turi-t "^ (j o 3, A.Z. 1907, III, 2t, 

h ^~* (1 , staff, willow stick, wand. 

tur o "^^^^^3-^, IV, 671, part of a 
waggon or chariot [ ^v (1 o y\ <> o o J. 

colour ; var. tru ^ ^ ft^ , n ' 

tur "^V^, T. 344, o ^^^^, N. 600, 
to reject, to turn from, to loathe. 

tur-t ^^^ _ , defilement, impurity. 
tura , Rev. n, 184, to go bail for. 

Turimkus]^<=.()(l^^P^. 

Rec. 6, 5, Telemachus. 

turpu ^D;^^.^°'^.a''ind 









of goose; varr. <— > ^^, <—> ^^. 






Turper(?) " ^ ^"^^ c^ Ag., Nesi- 
Amsu 32, 37, a form of Aapep. 

Turshau -^^141^1^1. 

Karn. 52, i, 14, 53, 3, 56, L.D. Ill, 209B, a 
Mediterranean people. 

turt ^X] 5^' ^^^- "» '^5 -^ ^ 
(?) ; glossed by XO'cXx. 

tuher ^^ ra L^, o^ra^^^^fl 



^ T [ 826 ] 

%n]<=>^— ^, L.D. III, i6o, 164, 165, 
Jl I I I I 



Roug^ I.H. 145, 52, a term of abuse (?) applied 
to Hittite soldiers. 



tuhU .Anastasil, 16, 8 

(2 11 

tuk ^^, o'^'^3^,thou. 

\\ , to beget, to procreate ; <:::i ^^ , 

o _Zr o Jn. c — U) 

o^^l%^, Rec. 3, 55, "begetter of the 
self-begetter"; see under Utt V^, 









tut 



^]<^.Jl^. Rev. ,4,75, ^gi. 
U , )l Qii , to collect, to gather together. 



00 

(3 ^ J' ue (E 

to assemble ; caus, 



assembled 



gods; ^^ 



W 



the 



, IV, 1 1 60, all of 



them ; Copt. TOnfUOT, OOTaJT. 

tut ab @ U "^ , to collect the heart, i.e., to 

gather one's wits together, to collect oneself. 

tut ma (?) c^ ^ I °_^ , to collect the 

eyes, i.e., to gaze intensely, to fix the eyes on 
something. 



, ^ 






, o 



Ul 



Peasant 261, to be like someone or something, to 
resemble, like, alike, just as, even as ; o ^ U , 
what is usual ; o V^ x^ t "^''■^^ [to do 

things] which are usually done [under the cir- 
cumstances]; o^ 3 S , B.D. 136B, 12; 



^||()P,B.D. r2'7A,xx,o^-^()p, 
D. 127B, 17, o^^ I (] p, B.D. 133, 6. 

tut ^^ ^ , Palermo Stele, ^%^ J. 
o^ t^ , ^^^tj. Nastasen 



Stele 36, Herusatef Stele ^3, u? ^ y I fl' 



(0 (3 



(3 

II, 174, image, likeness, similitude, statue ; dual 



®;plur. o^|||,P. 319, o%r ' ,M. 626, 

A.Z. '899, 95;^^!^ In [JI — ^<=^^ 

\>,B.M. 569, 16, sandstone statues; '^^^ t 
, royal statue ; Copt. TOTCWT, ecoOTX. 

tut ^^1 ^ ^ I i ^' ^™^g^ 

One, i.e., First Image, God; @ | ffl P V "I^T 

^ "Image, 






I ^^37 d 

I (3 III c:^ 



I I I 



0(E 



producer of all the gods. Image, father of all 

Ml] Jj , " Image of Amen, Image of Atem, 
Image of Khepera"; o V\ t j| 

AAA/W\ /T Jj i_] 

"heha,h„olike»;[|^^^||| 
every person is the image of his brother. 

tut o "^ ^, U. 276, N. 719 -t- 8, a 
goddess, Statue of a goddess ; plur. d \\ D^ 1. 

Tut-en-arit-Ra ^ ^ y ^^^^ Jj , B.D. 

i7> 79> ^ title of Mehurit, 

tut o V\ J, to weep; Copt. TOnreiX. 
Tutu ^ ^ 5aK, ^ @ 5^, B.D.G. 722, a 



lion-god, son of Neith ; var. 5^:^ . 



tuten 



(9 



P.S.B. 31, 9, you; Copt. 



U. 559, to collect, to 
gather together. 



tuth o 

tuthen ^ %>^;3^, you ; Copt. XHTXIt. 



I I 



teb, teb-t ^ Jl (^, ^ J ^ ^» sandal, 
shoe, sole of the foot ; dual tebti, tebit 



[ 827] 



oJ^||, A.Z. .900, 30,qJ^| |, IV, 
390, ^J^||, IV, 6», ^Ji)I)'8|, 
oJ()qo||,IV,5«.oJ-||?,oJ 

, thy two sandals ; varr. s=j Jm^ © , <=^> M 






w 

w 



w 



o 

^ , sandals, 

III ' 



tebtebtl c^ J o J 

soles of the feet, 

tebi ^Jljl)^. Rollers, I, oj^ 

y) L^, c^ J r^» to be covered with leather, 
to be shod or provided with sandals, to shoe. 

tebteb oJoJy\, B.D. (Nebseni) 64, 

35. ^ ^> ^^ walk, to come. 

tebteb ojoj^, Rhind Pap. 30, 
to move about quickly. 

tab <:^ J, Palermo Stele, o_J H, 
hippopotamus ; var. c-*"-^ 1 l/\\ . 

teb ij- . , to beat, to strike. 

tebteb ^J^jL_a, ^J^J;^, 

to beat, to strike with a knife, to stab. 

tebtebit o 1 ^ fl ^ ^, ^^\^^ ,M9. 

Ji ^ III the slam. 

tebteb '^^J^J^.iv 658, gg^, 

to pull, to draw, to drag, to haul, to tug, to 
draw the sword (?),to wind, to pull up, to lift up. 

c^ \\ /NAww, Rec. 8, 166, depth 

^ ^^/v^AA 

(of a river (I v\ '^wva i 

Tebteb ^ J ^ J ^ . Hh. 343, a god. 

teb ^li 11 O something beaten, drum ; 
J ' Heb. pjn- 

teb ^ J O , cycle of time (?) ; var. c^5> J 



teb.J.,..&-J....A. -p-u.^co^ 

tebteb c^ J ci J ^, U. 1 82, a kind of grain. 

bHc.,pU,„e.o^-oJ-]5--, 
B.D. 137, the four glazed faience plaques ; var. 

Teb, Tebi o J ^ , T. 245. ^ J (j ^ . 

U. 428, a god with a fierce eye. 

teba o J 'J^j^ "^^ W, panther. 
teba-t o ll"^ ^, Rev M, 34, brick; 

J m o' Copt, xoj&e. 
tebati (?) o J "i^ "^ ° , bricks of 

metal, ingots. 

teba oj (1 O, M. 696, a fruit (?) 

teba oj I (j es 3, Rev. II, 184, re- 
quiter; Copt. Tfi.eoif (?) 

teba ^ II (E- (1 ^, ^°^ ^^^^^ ^°?''' 
J So Copt. xH&e. 

tebm(?) oJ()();<a, §(j()^. oj 

V\ ^, Peasant 30, a plant used in medicine; 
var. ^ JtJ. 

tebu 1| J ^ fl" . a measure. 

tebu c^ J ^ ^ , vessels for beer or wine. 
, Hh. 355, quick, swift 

to revolve,' circuit, cycle, circle, drum, tam- 



teben.J7,<herou„ded^.p_of^|he 

teben \ J >/^, lock of hair over the temple, 
side-lock; varr. 8=3 J V*^, <==>J ^- 

teben oj o ^, '^^ '"'^^J^. 



[ 828 ] 



grease, fat. 



O 111 



teben 

t6lt}611 A^/WV\ , 

nnm 

tebni *" 






-J 



, a weight; see 



■^ Rev. 2, 351 = w€/j/- 
I ' 7r\ou«(?) ; see teben. 



Tebha ^ JrD^5-=j\. , Nesi-Amsu 
a serpent-fiend, god of storm ; Gr. Ti)0w»'. 



-^ 



llli 



tebeh N^the ^^^, Rec. 4, 23; 5, 89, 
seven objects used in the Osiris mysteries. 



tebeh ^ 

I I I V 



I I I 



, slaughtering weapons 



1^31 I 1 I I s:^ 1/ 

TebsuoJp^^|,oJp^^|, 

Rec. 31, 13, a god or devil. 

tebsU.JP^^. .Jfl.^.Pea. 
sant 31, a plant used in medicine. 

Rec. 14, 37, the head, the top of anything, point, 
tip (of the nose), head of fruit, the beginning (of 

.journey ®^^^);p.ur.®|,®,«;, 

fm' ® I "^ P'""^' "^^ '"' ^- ^°' ^ '•''?!■ 

the heads or principal pointsor sections of a book ; 
Uah tep ? I ^, to bow the head ; ^ ^ -^ , 
IV, 430, a head awake, i.e., a keen watcher ; 

@, to give the head, i.e., to attack; / 

, Rec. 4, 31, from head to foot; 



^ 



X 1 1 T ^' ^° ^^^ "p ^^^ '°'^^* 



tep ^ ^^Sh ground; plur. ^^^\>, 
\> s' high banks (?) 



Tep 
tepit 



i® 



, the name of a lake at Thebes. 



W 



, Anastasi IV, 2, 8; Koller 



2,6, ™f Ck, ~^ , part of a boat. 



D ' D 

tepiu ® I 



"^"^ Rec. 21, 87, tops of 
III' the masts. 



tepi— ®'o%^-^.®i 

"~^»c»-7>-, Rec. 21, 91, the foremost point of 

the bows of a ship, the hindmost part of the 
stern. 

tep '^, ^ , person, man or woman, indi- 



vidual ; plur. © 



, Shipwreck 178; 



^^ 



^X 



I , as one man ; 
I fl I I 

the person of every man; | v\ ^ J) 1 ^ llll , 
of the Aamu four heads, i.e., persons. 

tep ^, on, upon, in,at, about, by; ^. ®. 

upon ; ^ V\ , before. 



tepti f ] (] , P- 204, 303, ^ ] (j , p. 473, 

^](1, N. 852, upon; ^ ° , ''^, Koller 
3, 7, at hand. 

IT ^ 'd W D D D I 

I ■-?--.' I °' r Iw' y^'^^^^o^s 

on, over, or above someone or something, he 
who is or that which is pre-eminent, foremost, 
first, best, leader, chief, captain, officer, governor; 



"^^^j first, or eldest son; "^^^ V\ 



W 



a, 



® 



the very best spells; fern, tepi-t "^ o, N. 

174 = V _ , T. 351; § o, N. 798, U. 493. 



o 



o 
plur, 



f---=-Ji^^ 



D 



^' 



\'f¥A\' 



,, U. 391; 
, P- 337- 



tepa f ^- ^9, 204, 614, the one on, he 
& 1 ' who is on (earth). 



tepi ta 



® 



a living man; plur. ^ ^ 



, dweller on the earth, i.e.^ 



as 



opposed to ^ , "dweller on the mountain," 



C^ 



i.e , a dead man. 



tepi tu ^ '"^ ^ ^ cemetery official, a 
II 21 ' mountain dweller. 

I mffl) n^o I amD 

" he who is on his hill " — a title of 
the god Anubis. 



[ 820 ] 



Tepi.tu.S®^|, ®^^, Mar. 
Aby. I, 45, consort of Anubis. 

tepi ^, principal, capital ; ^ 8 >o_ 

l^^, principal and interest. 

tepi ra ^ , the principal, a sum of 

money on which interest is reckoned. 

^ first day of 
' each year(?) 



tepirenput ® 



o 



tepi ® , the first day of a period of time : — 

tepi renp-t ^ [, | [ ^, | [ ^3:7, 

New Year's Day, the New Year festival ; 



plur. 



®® {[[, p. 399, M. 570, N. 1176, 



tepi abtet ® ^^, p. 70, the first day of 
the month; plur. i®©!® ic ic * . 



N. 45. 959. 



®® 



a ^ ^ ^ ' ^ ' 
«i ^ ^ ^ ^' ^-'^9. 
tepi smat-f ^"^j the first day of the 
half month ; plur. ® ® ^^^ o , N. 

iiP Tv TV 7^ 
^^' ® ^ ^ ^ '^' ^-^5. ^ ^ 

^^, T. 289, 290 ; ® O n , the first day 
of the ten-day period ; plur. ®f^ nflfl ; 



I® 



I 



/7\ O beginnings of 
^111' — 



seasons. 



the first [day] of the 
season Pert. 



c=iszi_2as 



\^. 



^» ^- 223 
tepi Per-t 

tepim'sheru ^ 

I 

the earliest twilight. 

tepienshemu ^ ^^^^'z:^ .-O, first 

fruits of the summer. 

tepi hru ® ^ ^ZSP, ^^, the name of 
the 8th day of the month. 

tepi tra ^ ^ (1 [ O , the first [part] of a 
period of time, the beginning of a season ; 

I <=>] \\0' I <^=>jr I III' I ill' 
IV, 1034. 



tepi tuai-t ® • l)(j q, iv, 938. f • 

S ^ the earliest dawn, first appearance of 
O • day. 



tepi-t ® ° Jj, I^ve Songs 7, 7, the first 

the first or best of the maidens. 

tepi f l](] 1^ ^. Amen. 20, 18, chief (?); 



plur. 



O® 



!. 






I , captive chiefs. 



® 



tepiu ^^, p. 70, M. 100, N. 5, ^|]i, 



w 



, the best, choicest offerings ; 1®®®, 



the best (metal); ^ " v''^. *^® ^""^ 
gram; I ^'*-*^_^ , N. 362, the 

best tcham metal in all the world ; ^ w 

J V ?V ' ' ^^^ choicest oblations ; ' . every- 
thing of the very best ; ® %^ ' » ^ V ^ 

j Rec. 31, 27, the best families, the aris- 
I ' tocracy. 

?\\0, 



^ 



® 



D^' ^^' 



tepi-t ^^, 

D =0=' 
^ I , unguent of the first quality. 

tepiu ffl^'Tr'' I*- 239. the finest 

tepiu (?) ^ ^^ I , the finest geese. 

tepi iau ^ h "^ %> O , Herusatef 
Stele 99, the finest cattle. 

tepi Aaut Uatchit |ayYT^I^ 

T) T. 336, P. 812, M. 254, N. 640, chief of 
'^\* the dignities of Uatchit 

Tepiitru ^ h ^ '^^. IV. 4", 

•' first on the river," a name of the sacred barge 
of Amen. 

tepiut ® ' T i^, chief in command. 



tepi metr ^ r=ai 



^ (-=0) 



I - I r I <=> 11' I 

II r>wo , possessing the faculty of ad- 
ministering justice in the highest degree. 

tepi en Ah ^ ^^vva (] | c-z] , the finest 
(horses) of the stud farm. 

tepi-tnui ®^° ^\!\l\ ^ 7. B.D. 

149, XIV, 7, the head of the celestial waters. 

Tepi nebu kau ^ ^ '^ '^y, P. 1 69, 

chief of the lords of doubles. 

tepi nefer ^ I < 

greatest good or happiness; the best possible 
way. 

Tepi he-t ® 



[ 830 ] 



^ 



HJ- 



the 



, Palermo Stele, the 



name of a sanctuary of Ra. 

tepi hesb ^|poJ, f ^ , Pea- 
sant 274, of the greatest eminence as a correct 
accountant. 

tepi hesb met-t nefer-t ^ O | A 

J<rr>, the finest language imaginable. 

Tepi shemsu Ra © oa H ^ ^ O , 

U. 495, chief of the followers of Ra, 

tep a ^ °, ^ ° °, the beginning 

I I 1 r-*-^ I 

of things and time, of old, primeval time, 
straightway, immediately; , Shipwreck 34, 

before (we could land) ; ^ 

, his former condition ; 



^ 



P 



I ' D 



, Berg. 58. 



tep aui ^ 1,1, remote antiquity, 

primeval time, olden time, past age, the earliest 
period, the Predynastic Period. 



Tepi a 



D 



J^- 



i-?ri 



D in' ii ^ 

, a man or god of 



I I \U' I I 
olden lime, forbear, ancestor, progenitor, prede- 
cessor; piur, tepi aui ^ %^, U. 187, T. 66, 

M. 221, ^-;^^, N. 598, ^^ 0^, 



N. 609, ^ 



\, T. 3.6, III— «^. 

^, N. 71, f ;^, 



T. 365, 

Rec. 26, 230, 

D ^ □ 






ti^i'?^ 



\J 






IV, 1084, ancestral nobility; 1 



I 

I , ances- 



tral documents 



; ^D^ 
■[7.B,D, 



I N I 
, ancestral house ; 



year 



^V 



124, 12, ancestors of the 

-^ ^ B.D. 124, 14, 
_ii SiJ ' ancestors of Ra. 



D Jr I I — D ! 
Tepiu-aui ^ "^ o^, U. 199, ^ % 

M. 230, ancestor-gods. 

Tepiu-aui-Akhabiu ^ ^ I — ""^ 

Tepi-a-aakhu ^^|^^,gS^, ^ [ 

^£^^ ^ Denderah II, lo, one of the 36 Dekans ; 

^ ^ ' Gr. T7rr,xv. 

Tepiu-aui-aakbu ^ ^ I ^ S ^ 

S\ B.D. 124, 15, the ancestors of the Light- 
W god. 

Tepiu-aui-An-sebu ^^ ft ^ $» 

ancestors of An-sebu (?) 

Tepi-aui-Un ^ -^^1, P. 461, ^ 

I. fl AVSA/W I *^ 

N. 1098, ancestor of Un. 

Tepi-a-baiu f — ^ ^ ', $> fj^ 



I I 



a 



^ 



one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. T-mj^tovy Tirc^iov. 



\ 



Tepiu-aui-Ra ^^O, U. 



399. 



I -^_ 

I I 






B.D. 124, 14, the ancestors 
ofRa. 



[831] 



Tepiu-aui-renp-t ^ \\ — "f*^, 

B.D. 124, 12, the ancestors of the year. 

Tepi-aui-khent ® ^yc.^((||)yf, 



«i I a 



^, 



^ 



rfHi' 



Tombs Seti I and 



I o • fl-M. :k ' 

Ram. II, one of the 36 Dekans; Gr. Tirrixovru 

Tepi-aui-Septit ^/\^.^"l/\ ^ •. 

Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans. 

Tepi-aui-Smet ^ R^^, Tombs 

— fli o •* \Jo -k 
jL. Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 



Seti I and Ram. II, 

® I ; 



w 



Dekans. 

D ^ 



Tepi-aui-qerr-en-pet ^ 

(i) the ancestor-gods of the circle (or wind) of 
the sky; (2) a title of the ^v c=> fl ^=^ %^, 



k-P^^ 



Tepi-aui-Kenmet *^ 

one of the 36 Dekans. 

Tepiu-aul-Geb ® ^j-^^J |. 

B.D. 153A, 23, ancestors of Geb the Earth-god, 

tepi-mas-t®_t jj- |, f^Jll. 



grief (?) sorrow (?) 

tep ra ^ 



, P. 643, M. 680, N. 1241, 



® 






e, "" p. T° I ' IPOUth; 
II II <::> ^ I I 

® I ^, IV, 974, mouth of the god, i.e., 

divine oracle ; Copt, ^■^.^p^., T"A.npO. 



tep-t ra 

f' D I 



^D 



^ 



I ' D 



D W I 



D 



, utterance, speech; 



182, II, ® 

D I 21 



c w I 5 
1' I III I 



I, ®-= 

I D W I 



1® D 



1; Copt. 



tep ra ^ , the base of a triangle (?) 

tepraSebek ^*^^«=^ ^ 



I I 



., i.e., " crocodile's mouth " — a disease of 
the eye. 



tep res ^1^ Annale* III, 109, the 
I X r South 

tep ret ^^ij, M, 777, ©ij, 

U. 374, P. 667. N. 994, B.D. 172, 36. ^^ 

^^l^jl, ® ^, formula, precept, in- 
struction, rule, decree, law, ordinance, an ancient 
copy or custom, prescription ; plur. V U V ^ 

11. N. 74,®^: SI, p. .06.®!^ 
teprethepu ®2l|ra^|i. 

the course of the law, 

Tepi ^(j(jmp. «^ (](] ^, Tuat IX. a 

serpent with four human heads at each end of 
his body, and eight pairs of legs. 

Tepi-t ^ ^^, IV, 614, ® o ^, B,D, 

32, 10, a serpent crown or a serpent in a crown. 

Tepui (Tchatchaui (?) g, Tuat XI, 

a two-headed god : one head faces to the right 
and the other to the left. 

Tepu (Tchatchaiu) ®^,Tuat II, a 

® corn-god. 

Tepit-besses ^ JP(|p. f JP 

, Tuat III, a goddess, 

Tepit-netchemu-seth ^ 



\^ 



^ 



p. 695, chief of the sweet-smelling 

gods, 

L,r). V, 39, a 
jackal-god. 



Tepi-khu-f ® A^ "^ 

I @ I I 



Tepui (Tchatchaul)-sa-then ®® 

^ y; *=* Tuat IV, a man-headed serpent 
^v^w^' with two pairs of human legs. 



Tepi-sekh-t-f | a 



J^' 



^•333.|oPf|ii:.''-S'5.^M.3- 



Tepiu-shetau 1 ^^^°^ 

^ III =f^ 



^loa 



^1, B,D, i68, 
1 I , Tuat VII, the gods of mysteries. 



I 
I ci 

Tepi-thri ® 



/) Tuat X, a light- 
s' god. 



[ 832 ] 



tep ^ s^^, boat; l"^ 



the god [Ra] : see tep 






, the boat of 



tep ^ Q, 



box, chest, coffer, coffin. 



*®P □ *S' hippopotamus. 

tep j jl , to burn, fire, flame. 

tep \S, Rec. 20, 40, a kind of plant. 

'^ D 1 1 1 

J. ^ ^^=^ ^^ ^ — ^ A 

tep ^ p , I Qr» ^° taste; see 



D ? ' D 
^~\^> Copt- 



xtwn. 



tepai-t (?) '^ (2 ^ A.Z. 1900, 37, "^ ^ ° 

U 111 U c 111 



£=.111' D 



ill' 

o 



D ^^111' D 

D ^ mm' D /^ m.l'iii' D 

D /Ot\ ^^ Jl Ml' nourishment, drink. 
tepau Q ^^ I' ^•^' M5, 14, a kind 
of cattle ; see o (1 a ^^ . 

^ , IV, 669, □ ^ ^ » "^ £^' ^ ^^"^ °^ cattle ; 
see olja^and'^'^^j. 

tepa '^ (j ^, '^ (] ^, IV, 758, to sniff, 

^ D 
to snuff the air, to breathe ; var. 3 . 

tepi (1 (1 ^JnKj Rec. 4, 27, bark, boat. 
tepa '^ h (Sli^, Rev. ='~^ s^^, bark, 



boat ; Copt. Xon. 



tepiu 



D 



a kind of voracious 
fish. 



tepen 1 Q P , Rev. 13, 12, = c::^ Vt 

ED, circuit. 

tepenn ^'^'^ " l 1 ' 
teph ^|,Rec. 20,91 = ^| 



^ I I ^ ^, cumin; Copt 

_ D o 111' DTTo ijf ^ 

Ti.nit, T^-neit, eA.nert, Lat. cuminum. 

<Ci D o ^Vr> O o P .0 „^ ■ c^ D 






CTJ 



, Rec. 13, 15, cave, cavern, den, hollow, 



U3' 



gulf;plur.^|;^^|;var.^| 

Tephi[t]-neb-s, etc. ^ | "^^ ^ 

B.D. 145, 146, the 20th Pylon. 

Tephutmp-fo^;^f- 

jj|, B.D. 100, 3, the sources of the Nile. 

Tephit shetait ^ 






000 IZSZI 



Ci I v\ I 



I , the 7th Division of the fuat. 



Tephit-tcha-t "^ ^ '^ J 



X' D 

itijv '^ Rec. 27, 189, the coffin of Seker the 
^JTUTJ' Death-god. 

tephit ^ I ()(] ^y, Mi^«i°" V' 518, a 



D 



funerary garment. 

(2 O 



compare Heb. H^Qri. 

Teptiu (?) '^ ^ I , Nastasen Stele 46, 

^ I mi ibid. 17, the army of the Nine Tribes of 
I 1 1 1 i ' Nubia who fought with bows and arrows. 



tepti-t 
Tept 



W o 



tef 



o 



, Nastasen Stele 63, bow. 



Denderah IV, 59, god 
of bows and arrows. 

, Pap. 3024, 77, J^ 



£53 , B. D. 86, 2 , s^ , this ; ^ 



IT 



IV, 966, these words. 

tef ^^, IV, ,65,4-^, ^|, 

! , A ^ , father ; plur. 



o Ci o 



, T. 3I9=n'^, U. 499, 



,P. 7ii = (]o(jo(j^, N.I3S6, 

^ o, M. 545 = (] '=^ (j ^ (] ^, 
C:^ C^ C^ .2 ,2 .2 

P. 442, N. 1126, yf ^ yf' 

my mother and father. 

TefU^^^^^^.T. 3.9 
= 1 M of U. 499, the father-gods of the Tuat 



[833 ] 



T 



teftef ^ ^ IV, 1054, father of father, 
H^ >(^w.' grandfather. 



Tef-f.... ^ 



Eupator. 



Tef-f-meri 



tef 



1^=1 — Philopator. 
, bread, cake, food in general 



wl , a seed or fruit (?) 



teftef 
tef "^ 



Ck o 



\I, shrubs, bushes. 

Ml 



■' ^•3g^>^^ fy U. 532, 






I 1 



Rec. 27, 191, Z"*^ 



k, to spit, 
to eject anything from the body. 

teftef Z*^, to pour out; var, 

T=T. 

Teftef- Nu ^ f^ ^ f^, Den- 
derah IV, 62, a warrior-god. 

tefi ^ (](j ^, Anastasi IV, 2, 5, KoUer 

2, 3, Thes. 1202, ^'^^5=*. Festschrift 

ii7,6,^^_^.Rec2i,i4.^^, W. 

^ /I to hop, to skip, to spring into the air, to 
' bubble up (of water), to palpitate. 

teftef ^^j^, Roller 4, 5, "^ ^ 

/ A.Z. 1873, 63, to spring up, to lift the 
c^=i' feet in trespass, to step over. 

tef-t x^ ^ De Hymnis 39, the leap of 
c^ J\* a fish. 



tefi-t 



c^ 



hoppings, jumpings, leapings, skippings. 

tefS. '^ ^ ^ Amen. 7, 13, to cultivate 
Hr-- S L— ZI' or tend a tree (?) 

teftefa ^ ^ "^X ^— ^, Rev. n, 167, 

to work gems into a stone, to inlay, to embroider. 

tefen ^ -^ ^, Thes. 1482, iv, 972, 

Rec. 17, 5, helpless one, orphan (?) destitute 
person. 



tefen w i), ^? 



^ j , to rejoice, to be glad, to enjoy, to praise 

tefen ^^ j\ , *° "** "P» ^° *P""« "P» *o 

AwvM hop. 



tefen 



j***"^, to spit, to pour out 

Tefen ^^^gp, Metternich Stele 51, one 
of the seven scorpions which accompanied Isis 
in her wanderings in the Delta; var. u^ ^JfP- 

Tefnit ^ ^ ^^^^ 5^' consort of the 
^^;; V ' preceding. 

Tefen » <_ , U. 453, a judge of the dead 



, U. 425, 453, P. 62, 198, 



Tefnit 

M. 83, ^^ J^^.T. 243. ^"2 

N. 599, consort of the preceding. 

Tefnit ^ o J) Tomb Seti I, one of the 
^^ £l' 75 forms of Ril (No. 14). 

Tefnut ^ O, U. 242, N. 1108, ^ O 






Shu and Tefnut were produced by the mastur- 
bation of Temu, or by Ausausit, the shadow of 
Tem. 

Tefnut *^ J , Tuat I, Denderah III, 78 : 

(i) a singing-goddess ; (2) a deity touching the 
lips with the tip of a finger. 

o (^B> Rec 3, 46, a kind of 



tefnu 



/WVS^A (Sill' 



tefrer 



cake, 
resin (?) ; compare Copt 



tefM ^ I — fl ^ \\\ ^, P. 441, 

J^ J fl ^ ^s. M. 545, a kind of bird, 

crane(?);var. ljo|_.^^-^. N. 
1 126. 



tem 



^m 



KoUer 2, i. 






'^•:^^^ 



,U.378,T.i84, 

, to make an end of, 
3 o 



o 



[ 834] 



T 



£=^ 



to finish, to complete, to come to an end, to 



finish one's course ; 



<2i 



client 



^^ ^, A.Z. 1905, 33, to shut; ^p=a 



Peasant 286, to shut the mouth ; 
Copt. TAJL. 



temm 






|, IV, 752, 






, U. 313, 

: '^ ^^ 

1' ign=Kc± 



o 



^, Heru- 



emheb 16, to finish, to complete, to make an end 
of; compare Heb. D^iH, Arab. ^^ Syr. ^i». 



temi 



w 






whole, the entire thing, complete. 

temu, temmu ^^ ^ 



all, com- 
plete. 



k-^^ 



:jpE3t 



!,M. 65s 






7^ 



i'^^'967,^^ 

•.IV, 470, ^e 



I, IV, 895 



Mil' 



r III 






ill- 









' ^^n=n: 



{ all peoples, mankind, mortals, men and 
I ' women. 



774, 



Uv fjA P. 833, N. 768, full (dual, of the two 



tem-ta, temm-ta 






hands). 
11], N. 339, 



iCi 



^u_u. ..K^ Oil ^^ Tr~ii .B^^ \\' -^11 11 

entirely, wholly. 



temm-tu^^ 



all, com- 
U (3 ' plete. 

Tern, Temu ^^°^, u. 207, ,^ 

JP^ v^ Jj, the great god of An (Heliopolis) 

and the first living Man-god; the creator of 
heaven and earth, for he fashioned the phallus 



of Shu and the womb of Tefnut (1 -<2>- 9 



AAAAW 
AAAAA/V 










N. 969, 970, his first consort was Ausausit 
CSawai^), and his last Temit T 



Tern 



Tern 






Tuat III, an aged . god who 
punishes the wicked. 

Tuat VI, one of nine spirits 
who destroyed the dead. 



Tem , Tuat VI, a jackal-headed stake 

to which the damned were fettered. 

mgjj- "^ Tuat XI, a staff surmounted by 
^pi—rr ' a human head wearing a disk. 



Tem 



a form of Ra during the 
;^pam ^ ' last three hours of the day. 



Tem >=^ 



Tomb of Seti I, one of the 
75 forms of Ra (No. 11). 



rpQjn ^ '^ Denderah IV, 80, an ape-god, 
^pr-Tt I' and god of bows and arrows. 

Tem ^7) cD ' ^^''S- II' 2, a god who 
re-joined the members of the dead. 

Tem „ i< , one of the 36 Dekans; varr. 

^ i< , Temati ^ ^ ; Gr. Twfu 
Temit ^^"^ 



the consort of 
Tem. 



O 



, Berg. II, 2, a goddess who 



re-joined the members of the dead 

Tem-Asar ^ t\ ri'^ 

of the triad of Heroopolis. 

Tem-Ra ^^^°^ '^^ 



god by night and day. 



, a member 
|, the Sun- 



Temu-Heru-aakhuti /^^ ^^^ 

, ^ % J t\°, Tem -f 



w 



Harmakhis. 

Tem-Kheprer 



Tem -I- the Beetle-god — a form of Ra. 



Tem-Khepera 

ing and early morning. 



, N. 663, 
(1 J7, Ra in the late even- 



[ 835 ] 



Tem-sa-ini(P) ^ 



L.D. III, 28, B.D.G. 856, a god of 

D JS^III' 



the 42 assessors of Osiris 



, B.D. 125, II, one of 



Temu - sma - Khebit 



k^l 



Tem-Tehuti 

Tern + Thoth. 

tern, tem-t 



^ O, B.D. 38, I, a form of Tem. 









^¥=^, 






,B.D. 175,6, 
,U.6o8,T.332, 



^JC3E 



I 



;^1C3E 



kv " ^^ " 



o t — : o 

v lii n (0 ■ ^11 II 

, no, not, none, not at all, by no means, 
nothing, nought, not any, nothingness, without ; 

^^ Q ^' ^- ^^5' *^°^^ without; tem unn 

v_^ ^^. non-existent ;^-=J^- (a /^ I, 



the dead; 






, clawless; ^ic3i 



!• 



unknown; 



c^ 



^ 



III ® U' ' >== 

, unsatisfied; Copt. XAJL. 



IP 



temi-t^|^(]l)^,sothatnot. 

tem erta ^^nzn ^v , not to permit, 

not to allow, not to cause. 

tem pesiu per te-t khaiu ys=s. ° 

munication Stele 5, the name or description of 
a class of people (secret society?) who were 
expelled from Napata. 



tem, temm 



o 



:^pE3 



■^,>3|x%*, 



^^ 



, to die, to perish, the end, death. 



;^iE3 



tem ^nzs^-'^, with l;ia-t '0', ^ O, 

stubborn, obdurate ; Copt. XUJAJL riP,HX, 
^^11^1''^^ ^^^^ ^^^ damned. 

temiutiu - ^ l)(| ^ ^ ^ I. 

Litanie 8, the dead, the damned. 

9 

o 

^ , A.Z. 1902, 96, 



o 



tem ^ in the title 



^^/^/^^A ^ 



^. 



temui [p^ ^ I ^^- ^902, 96, lands, 
I \^ I I* estates. 



temm 






C^ 



y Ebers Pap. 70, 18, 
19 



\ 



tem, temi 



IT' ^ixC3I 

^ , to sing, to declaim, to praise. 
temiiu Q Wi I, choristers, singers, choir 

tem ^^, 



Rev. 13, 29, mat ; Copt. 
TXSLH. 



tem ^5, 



Rev. 13, 32, to be arrayed or 
dressed. 



tem-t ^ g, Rec. 5, 92, ^^, Rec 

4> 22, ^^ ^=^ 5» Rec. 5, 96, bandage, band- 
let, covering, attachment, sack, bag, pouch; 
Copt. TUOJtXe. 

^11 11. £i o o o ^ a i 

^ 1' V=IE |'>=1C I ^^^^'>=1I_^. 



^nnt 



, Rec. 4, 29, sledge of a shrine, frame- 



work, crate, wicker box ; Copt. XAJLH. 
23, parts of a net. 



Temm reu ubenu, etc. 



:^n=K 



I I 



B.D. 1 53 A, 18, the pole of the hunt- 
ing net of the Akeru-gods. 



tem-t ^at'^^, Rec 17, 147, 
X^, a kind of fish. 



3 G 2 



[ 836] 



temi, tem-t ^^^, ^ 
o(2 ^^ ^(3 






temm 



:;gn=K 



, to join together (?) 

3 



O 



temu 



|\ t^ ^ to compress, to squeeze to- 



k^,:,' -k^^ 



O cii s. ^ o 



compact substance. 

tern, temi ^-^ (]ij \^. s^ \^' 



, some hard, 



, to cut, to engrave, to inscribe ; varr. 



temtem c^ 

X 



, Verbum I, 336, 3, 






c^ 



IklMi- 



o o 



, A.Z. 35, 16, to 



cut, to carve, to scrape, to scratch, to engrave ; 
Copt. TJULXJUL. 



Ci 



temmut .^ 

writings, documents, inscriptions 



I, IV, 1082, 



tema o ^^ ^^ ^>^, Rev. 14, ", to 

strike a lyre, to play the harp. 

tema ^^ m, a kind of sacred tree, nut 



ttee(?);plur.]^|l. 



I X 



, to bind to- 



tema ^B, 

gether ; var. ^^^ -^ 

27, 2 2 2, sack, mat; Copt. TJtt-K. 

tema-t ^4'^>Vi, ^J^^x" CDl, 2^ 

,„. apparel. 

Tema, Temam, Temamti _^ Vc , 

^Jp ^i ^^\^' Denderah II, lo, one of 
the 36 Dekans ; var. '^^ -jk ; Gr. To>/a. 



Mi O 

° 1. <^' 

of the 36 Dekans ; var. i^ <c=> ic . 



Tema-ther-t 'l^ 



•^c , one 



tema-ti, temam-ti 2^ ^, ^ 



w 



^, ^ ^, pair of wings; varr. ^ ^, 

temaas(?) '^ ri a^^^^. Rev. n, 65, 

sand- bank, mud-fi«it. 

tema .^ o^ ^^^'' ^°°^' document, 
D ' writing. 

temau ^ %i XZn, wind, breeze; ^ 
'^ ?y J T , a fair wind. 

temai-t _2^'^v sH '^' ^^^^' ^°^' ^^^*^' 
temam .^"^^^v. fl"' R^^- 27> 222, 

Gol. Hamm. 9, 33, ^^."IT", IV, 1 113, ^ 

Pap. 3, 10, sack, mat ; plur. o ^^ ^^ _F A" 1 ' 

B.D. IB, 15, 181, I, '^^^Ix l^^ft, A.Z. 
1900, 20 ; Copt. TJULH. 

temam-t ^1j^, ^"j^l' ^ 

2>' 



(2 S^) apparel made of wool or 
^ 111' hair; Copt. TOJULI. 



temamu ^ -f|- -jji, the dead 



■bauw,Rec. 29, 151, 



Temam ^ 

a serpent-god. 

tem.i.|(jq£^.4ll(l^^.to 

bind, to join together; var. c^> U (](|^ ^- 

ESI, inundation, Nile-flood, 
a kind of close hard 



temi ^i= 



temi >=it 



ffiHD , 



stone. 



cjic3tJii^llC3'>=irS^11 III' 
a kind of disease, hard boils (?) 



temi-t 



temi ^^Ul^ ®» R^^- "' ^44, town 
townsman ; Copt. '[XA.e. 



temi j c=i (](|, Rec. 13, 76, what is fit 
ting or seemly ; Copt. XOOJULe. 

damned person or thing. 



[ 837 j T 



*"'"'• ^ k- 



to mix together, 
to compound. 



c^ ©. 



temr ^ , a Icind of small fish. 



(2 W . , ,; ^•^- ^906. 1x6. \ j ^^^, Rec. 
4, 22, a kind of precious stone or earth, a kind 
of ochre (?) 

Libyan women. 

Temhi-[t] ] ^= | (jij ] ^, a goddess 



of the Red Land, i-^v~i , or desert. 

terns ^ , Thes. 1 48 1, IV, 971, to 
turn towards, to direct a course. 

temsu]f|p|[^||,iv, .os^.l^pe 

I , brightly coloured paintings (?) 

terns -k^^^.lIpP^^,]! 



'^' ft fti '^' ^*^^^^" ^3, 51, 

a charge against someone, indictment, decree of 
] fH ^-\ ffi ^' ^-D- ^25, III, i6i van 



I I I 



I I I 

Tem8khentt](|(|l|i*,]|[^((Ill*, 

oneofthe36 Dekans; var. s=j Hh I dm -jlc. 

terns 1 []] p^, Anastasi I, 26, 2, o^ 

'5 3 ^, o ^v Iq3 rtj » to h»de, to cover over, 
to bury ; Copt. XtUJULC, OOJAJLC. 



^^»'»*' B.D. 41, 9, wooden 
III' objects. 



ten , pron. 2nd sing. fem. thou ; older 



len A^/WNA . AAAA^ 



C^ 



Ci 






^|. 



I I I © III' ]• ^ tLl I O (2 

pron. 2nd plur. you, your; Copt. 
XHnOTf. 

ten , _ , demonst. proa this, 

ten , at the rate of. 



ten 



O , Rev., hole of a serpent. 



teni(?) ^ ^i), ^^i), to cut, to divide; 



var. 



L-Jl' 






ten, teni ^^ ) ^^, b.d. 52, 4, ^ (] 

, where?; ^- ()*===* ^ t^ Jl, 

/ww\A Jill _zr u 






w 



Dream Stele 31, "where are they?"; Copt, 
tennu v^ ^ ^^, whence?; Copt Xton. 

r^'oel^r'oeU' o^ 

1 ]^ i ' I ^V ' ^^ raise, to elevate, to exalt, 
to distinguish, to promote to high rank, to 
increase ; /wwsa | k*^ ^ to enlarge the land ; 

"I W^jS^ P"^^*' to increase births; 

teni ■=■ /1/lei^, :^]1^^, to 



O 

w 



varr. /vs/v^^a 

e 



AA/VAAA 



(3 



possess honour or fame, to be honourable ; 

1 



var. /w^/vA 



tennu aa^^aa 

<$. 



j L.D. III, 194, 14, mag- 
I ' nificent (statues). 

3 G 3 



[ 838 ] 



ton. tonnii aaawv vs I, aaa^aa i 

D Jl I D e 1 
\ ^i IV, 1045, every hour; v>aaaa >P\ | 




n ^^ , every time he riseth; ^v ^^wg | 



I 'vZ^, KoUer 4, 7, of every sort and kind. 

teni /www I ^^3 , /wwvA I jl Thes. 1204, 
to count, to reckon, to estimate. 



tsniiTi /wwvA 



/\AAA/W 



^ 



^1^ 

post, tax, rent, census. 

tennu-t aaaa^a >p\ na i , u5i 1 ^ Rev. 

O _Zl I y^i I AAAAAft ^1 I 

II, 149, men who pay rent or taxes, tenants. 



AA/WAA 





AA/WVN ; 





U I o e 'U i 



tennu-t ^^AAAA 
'^ J 

/W\^«A ; 

'v'-AA/vv >^ I , number, quantity, amount, extent ; 

ZVWWN 



1 ^K^ ' ^^' g''^^* number; wwva | 
, very many ; O a /wwva ^ 3^ i , 
ate numbers. 
Rev. 12, 45, ground, earth; 



I c. I I 
IV, 968, to calculate numbers 



16 nn AA/wv\ 



Tennn /www 



on 

c 

AA/V 

(9 



Tenn 



/WWAA 
A/WWV 



Copt. eixn. 

!• '^ a god, the " father 
1 ' !^I^ ' of the Gods." 

a primitive earth-god ; see 
Tatenen. 



Tennit ll 1 1 '^ *^® female counterpart 
Otto' ofTennu. 



Tennit Anit sheta-t am 1)11 



tena 



o 



ci 



Tenait 

/www 

district in the Tuat 



(low, Edftl I, 25, a goddess. 
, basket. 
^©. B.D. 79, 5, a 



tend ^ (13, Israel Stele 11, basket (?) 
Ll^' ^IC. to divide, 



teni (?) 

to separate. 



^6,' 



/WAA/W 

, rations, allowance. 



piece, portion ; 



tena-[t] 

AAAAAA 1 ' ' III 

the 7th and 23rd days of the month; var. 

AAAAAA 1 V£^ 



tena 



^S^If^.^^^/^-1.11/^- 



AAA/WA 



, Rouge I.H. II, 114, 



^li 



^ 



var. AA/vAAA 

tena 



„ n (2 rnl, to be aged, to grow old, old, old 
age, maturity, aged man, a title of respect; 



A p J Rev. 12, II, brave, dis- 
1 Ij' tinguished. 



288, 



o 



tena ^ fl ®,-JT- a^v^9o8, 

AAAAAA 1 J^ whence ; Copt. ': 



tena (j (^ 

/\A/W/W 



», Rev. 14, 8, to pray, to 



cry out, to invoke ; and see |^ 

tenau ^ H^O. circular vessel, pot 
AAAAAA 1 Jl or tray. 

tenai(?) "^ () e lleQQ, Jour. As. 

AAAA/W 1 1 II 

1908, 256 = ^ () ic (?) 

AAAA/W 1 

tenas (1 I \\ , heavy, ponderous. 



i, B.D. 



tenit r ^^ _, , 

(Saite) 145, 36, outcry, cry, clamour. 

tenu ^ |[^, A.Z. 1908, 17, dyke(?) piece, 



portion ; see U r "^ n' ^^^ tena 

A/W/WA 1 4^— /I A/W/WA 

/w/w/w 



1c- 



tenu 



compare Copt. oeniCO. 



^ 



Q 



, eclipse (?) ; 



tennut aaaaaa 



^ Rev. 14, II, women 
D (3 "^^ III' players of tambourines. 



tennu aaawv 



/www, the "old" canal; 



var. A/w/wA 



tennu /www v\ "^^^i^, weakness, failure. 

1 



Tennu -v^ 



' ' ' a foreign tribe or 
fy/^/i ' nation. 



r 839 1 



tennu ~^^^i, i..n. Ill, 194, 15, birds. 



tenbekh " JT^, bm. 5645, 12, 



Vl/WW 






-3 -A ' AAAAW -li T^M ' *«AAA/\ -:fl 



Peasant 1 6r, U nE^ , to shrink from, 

to hesitate, to waver, to fail, to deceive. 



tenbekh-t 






J 



(2 



.^ 



fright, shrink- 
ing. 



tenflu]^||^^i.'^ev...„. 



tenem 



7\ 






/v 



harpers. 
, Peasant B 2, 98, 



, B.D. 169, 23, IV, 363, 






/v, 

VNA/VV\ 



A., to wander, to err, to go astray, 
to lose the way, to turn aside from. 



tenemm 



, see 



tenemu ^ (1 f^f^'^. Peasant 18, a 
/www Jl _a*^ 1 1 1 
plant used in medicine (?) 



Tenemi 



D. 125, II, o] 

Tenemi-t 






ZV 



/VAAA'VA 



I Ci 



^ 



_ _ /S/VS/VNA J III 

B.D. 125, II, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 






o 



, B.D. 



^'9.8. g^l^^, OmbosI,6i,agod. 
dess who gave drink to the dead. 

-\ /USAA/VA -\ AAAAAA / fl "X AAAAAA / O 

■\ AAAAAA O / <? ~\ AAAAAA ^ -\ AAAAAA <• r> 

-\ /WAAAA <;;;;^> (0 "\ aaaaaa <r-~^a . / rt 

I , M , LJ- I , , , , !• '° '^ 
strong, strength, brave, valiant ; compare Copt. 

zuxAJpe. 

-\ AAAAAA <r r» TT "\ AAAAAA <r •^ 

tenreku \ © ^ , A 

(Jill ^:z^ III Dim ''^z::^ 

>K O , Anastasi IV, 12, i, carob wine. 

tenher rO ^I^ , box, chest, coffer. 



vGUJl AAA/W\ 



A/^AAA 



of wings ; plur. aawsa 



I I 1 



Rev. *I4, 4; Copt. 



<^ 



tenkhenui ^ * 1111 %|N. 1165 

tens v^ p 1^, g p |, to be heavy, to be 
weighty, ponderous ; see I unm A . 

W\AAA I <H> 

tens ^^ ^^, A-Z. 1871, HI, hippo- 
potamus, symbol of Typhon, or Set. 

-\ WAAAA 

tent \ , belonging to. 

tentamu]"^]^^°0.akind 

of disease, 

tent hetr& \^ \ ^ l\\ ^^ ^' 

longing to the horse, horse-soldier, cavalry. 

'^'^*^ scorpion. 

"1 n ° a kind of grain, seed, 
H III' or fruit. 



tenta (?) aaaaaa o 



o 

AAAAAA 



tent& 

tentem ^ ^ liv % ^^^^""^^'-^ 

wsAAA -^lEii JSJ^ III seed, or fruit. 

tenten ^ ^ .^,^^<>;^, to be strong, ' 

AAAAAA AAAAAA Z_l OCJ Z_l 

to attack, aggressive ; var. <i(T ^k.^. 






tenth AAAAAA a plant (?) 



-r-Sf^ff 



, throne pavilion, throne; varr. 



cd' Zl- 



Tenten X^tssm, ^)^tmxci^ of a ser- 
AAAAAA ' pent deity. 

tenntchai a^ I ' ^Q ^ ^' ^^^" "' 

188, shrine, sanctuary, 
particle. 

ter, teri ^ {{ ^. Gol. Hamm. 13, 112, 

Thes. 1481, IV, 970, ^£"^11' ^11 

3 G 4 



[ 840 ] 



,Rec. i6, 57, ^(j£ 
^ |, to pay honour, to revere, to applaud, to 
have a regard for ; j r§ ^^9, Amen. 25, 

terr <^ -f ^ ^^' "^^' *° '"^^^''^ ^ -°p*" 
<c=>i ^' Tppe. 

ter ^ f ^ , to be weak. 

ter "^ £= "^ (j(jO = T-H,time. 

ter I <z=> A = f O > time, season. 

ter ^, Rev. 13, 19, to produce. 

ll *^ A sr^^, ^ f ^ ()» willow tree; plur. 

<^^im' P^P-3024, 92, f <=*'^| j' 
Rec. 2, 62, ^ f ^ A I' Metternich Stele 77, 

xtope (Koj ft T"ajpe), ecx3p. 

ter 5 > U X ) stuff, cloth, bandlet, 

garment; <zr> wwvs /^ 1 1 , Rec. 6, 8, 
a byssus cloth ; varr. 5 ' » 



ter 



IS']' 



^ -/ij to destroy, to wipe 



out, to efface, to obliterate ; 



o 



O 



Jour. As. 1908, 308, destruction of sensuality. 



terit ]^l\\ 

destruction. 



X Ck 



Ci 



ter 



, to guide. 



terter ?>_«/I, Rev. 12, 27, strong 

place, fort ; Copt. X^.XzeX. 

terr \ (j| , oven, furnace; Assyr. 

--T< V- ^» Rawl. C.I.W.A., V,Obv. I, 1. 27, 
Heb.l^3in, Syr. •rt«Li4. Arab. ,Ju. 

ter-ti ^ 



w 



the two eyeballs of 
Ra. 



ter-ti 



the two birds, i.e., Isis and Nephthys. 

W ~ S ^ W crzi ' 



ter, tra, tri 44 ®' ^^^ ^^' ^' 

i , time, season ; fem. [1 [1 o j^ ; 



^-■'-^^U^r^lf? 



festivals ; 

If?*-" 



^ K3^ , at all times, always ; 



Aww\ Vc ^^v ^, time of dawn; 
\ O /wwvN o ^ , Sphinx Stele 8, Rec. 



o 



17, 147, midday; (1 j O aa»wv, ^ 

Rec. 17, 130, the night season; Copt. TK. 

tra-ui ^ £ IV, 1045, "^ \ i 

^ , the two times, i.e., morning and evening. 

tra-t, teri-t ^ l| [ ^» <^ 11 ? ' *°^' 

claw, talon. 



terri 



teri 



Jour. As. 1908, 312, to 
destroy. 



, Rev. 13, 38 = 



|1 I ^ , to revere, to worship, 
stream, river. 



Stele 3, ^ UU °> colour, paint 



terD <^> il ^^ S^^^' *° administer, to pro- 
D U' vide offerings. 

terp ll "^ 5, to bind, to tie together. 



terp 



0* 



, a kind of goose; plur. 



u e 



[ 841 1 



terf <~>c=>^ *o '^t*' to copy» '^•fng, 

»^-a^ * document, 

"l Rev. 12, 78, stairs; Copt. 
> ll ' XCJDpT. 



Tertiuri') a - ' ■ ', the dwellers in 



tert 

.iu(?) ]- 

deserts and mountains 

teh ^ Q , heat, flame. /?- ^ 



-> I I I 



tehi 



ra 



v\, 



ra 



L-fl, 



ra 



7\, 



[-1 A , r-, ^^^ , to cross over, to transgress, to 
infringe, to violate a frontier, to break .into, to 
trespass, to invade, to attack ; m ^ v ^ ' ^^' 



1021, 

ra 



ra 



i 



A 



J , to transgress a law; 



9. £53 



, to go oflf the road, to 



err; rri S -^ , » to wander (of the mind) ; ^ A 
I , Israel Stele 13, to invade a nation. 



tehu ^ % 1 ^ V§^. Peasant 237, ^ 



ra 



ra 



>^\^ Amen. 5, 12, 17, 6, transgressor, 
Jr^ ^ ' marauder, invader, attacker. 

tehi-t So ^^, Peasant 281, Pap. 3024, 
ILJ -^ II, attack, mvasion. 



teha 



ra 



Jour. As. 1908, 277, 
trouble. 



tehab " ^ J 



ramJ^— zi' ra 



J^^. 



ramJ_Pi 1 1' ra 

fl (2 *=^ I , to beat, to strike, 



L-fll' ra 



tehab j— . ^^, M , a kind of wood, 
wooden instrument ; plur. j—. ^^, jj 1 ; 



teham 



ra 



\\ TTT ^ 

^,111,143, ro 



kJL'ra^k^^'^^k 






v\ „ , to muster an army, to collect by force. 



'«'»'"' ra^ 



I , to appoint to an office, 
to promote jvar.^"^ 



tehani 



, to greet, to salute, 



ra .^w®' 

to pay homage by touching the ground with the 
forehead. 






j Ji , oven, furnace. 



teha 
tehar 



-2» 

I 

$ A. Rev. 13, 27, trouble; 
ra H %* J§i' Copt. Xa5^ 

ra<-5 



1 



Jfi Rev. II, 182, brave, 
nJ' distinguished. 

tehara ^ X7 ^ -^^'^' ^^''- "' '^*' 

the blooming one (?) ; Gr. 0a\eta (?) 

^, IV, 686, a "brave," 



tehur ^^ 

a soldier ; see ^-i 

ra 
teheb -J, 



■' ra 



J 



(2 



a kind of 
wood. 



tehem 



tehem 



ci 



: B.M. 138, to cry out ; 

ra U-Zl' Copt. Te^ejjL (?) 



ra 

orn 



I 



L-fl, 



ora X 



:L-fl' 



Thes. 1205, ^ I y^, ^^^^— ^' '° 
muster an army, to round up men, to drive cattle, 
to attack ; van fO /^. 

:=i'ra l"^' 



tehem 






:'ra 



to water. 



tehem n T ^ ' *° *^*^'^' *° ^^' 
tehen-t ^ p, fi\, ^ p, 

/SAAA/SA \ AAAAAA ■ U Mr' \ 

forehead ; Copt, Xeg^ne. 



tehenn ,— , r .. to adore, to touch 

ra AAAAAA L—fl 

the earth with the forehead in homage. 

^ ,^_fl Eij^s Pap. 85, 14, 



tehennu 



raoei I r 



tehni 



U-fl, 



paroxysm (?) 

ra w !°B"^' ra w PBu-fl* 

to appoint to some rank or dignity, to promote, 
to dedicate ; var. 



ra w 
ra I ^' ra LLfl 

1204, brave man, soldier. 



teher 



ii- 



Thes. 



[842] 



4.^\,4.^v, ^ ^ Rev., lead: Copt. 

tehteh f^ ^3 ■• T^.&x. 

^ ; Copt. XA.P,X. 

of metal, brass(?); var. ] ^ °. ] ^ _, °- 

tehia ^ | Oil '^ ^, Rev., to wallow, 
to sprawl about ; Copt. TIW^. 

\ 5 V ' ^ P'^i^t, and the seed or fruit of 
the same used in medicine (Ebers Pap.) 

tehen jj| — ^flTf' flft* 1^^=,'*° 

sparkle, to coruscate, to scintillate, the lightning 

flash; var. c:^> x /www 'jj]^; 'ffft'^zj 
Culte Divin, 157. 

, AA/WNA 

TTTT' TTTT ,°,' TTTT 

-A p /www o -^ p AAAAAA o "^ O ^^yy O 

I Iff Ml- Jj - ^1"' B^^° 
► Tn r' 1]^, A R ^^ ^^_, Hymn Darius 38, sparkle- 



W 

AA/WAA 
000 
AA/WAA 

° 111 



Will 



stone, crystal, faience, blue porcelain. 

Tehen-t (Thehen-t) ^ ^ , a name 

of the sacred boat of Heroopolites. 

Tehentiu]ffT^*f^||l,A.z. 

1900, 20, the sparkling gods, stellar luminaries (?) 

'^'^''''McooW'AL AMI' 

see also Thehnu fffff' I V5t^ J) 

tehnu I ^ ^^ \ |. Hh. 364, flint 

knives (?) obsidian knives (?) 

teher c^ -®^ '^> Rev. 12, 39, to be 

jealous ; Copt. XtO^p. 



a kind of metal, copper (?); var. Ii9 o, 

tehSU -^ ^ P I ^, ''^'''"'''"Vh'oeraker* 

weight which served as the tongue of the scales ; 
S 'S- 11' ^"'^t)an 13, just weight; 6 

I j. Rev. 3, 12, the regulation of justice. 

tekha [1 ^ nniD , A.Z. 1900, 33, weigher, 
the pointer of the scales. 

tekhi 2 ^ '^, J ^ ^. ibis, crane; 

Copt. t^I (?) 

I ^ a title of Thoth as regu- 
VlI' lator of times and seasons. 



Tekhi 



nn^iWii ^ \\ the god of the ist month 
^^^'^^ 0^^' (Thoth). 



Tekhi[t] _ W, goddess of the ist month. 



Tekh-en-bu-maat ^ 6 



B.D. 125, III, 28, name of the door-bolt of the 
hall of Maati. 

tekhit 2 ^, Rec. i6-, 141, I W' S ^ 

^1, violet (?);var.^^;^OJ^^, 
water or essence of violets. 

tekh-t 2 '^, ^ n A, Nastasen Stele, 

u^ 1 ^ A^ Ebers 66, 19, 
a wme cup or bowl ; ^ - :§& , ^j^^skin (?) 

tekh ^ O ^ mixture of bread and wine 
® ' or bread and beer. 



/W/WAA y^ 

/WA/WA Q , ^-. 
AAAAAA ^ 

o 



O, IV, 688, 2^, 



^ 

;_J1'( 

^ ^ ^, 5 Q ^' to drink, to be or to 
become drunk ; Copt, 'f^e, ei^I. 



[843 1 



tekhu 



c^ 



^ ^, Love Songs .,^^^ 



tekh&u ^ 

III 



(J y 0. drunkard; plur. 



tekhu 



© 



^0^. 



butler. 



tekhU Sold. ^\^r^ ^^^*'"^^ 

©^ OH' ®Jh^L-fl' drunkard. 

Tekhu J ^,N.6i8, 0,T.87,M.24o, 

the cupbearer of Horus. 

tekh ^ ^ ^ ^ the "drunken" 
®^2^' ©^^£7' festival. 



tekhait (tekhit) 



o 







Rev. 



drunkenness ; Copt. 



13. 15 



tekhab (tekheb) '^ J 3^, Rev. 

^ "^^^^v. Rev. 14, 12, flooded 



J 



III 



or irrigated land. 

tekhan (tekhen) ^ o #, Rev. 13, 

19, to hide, to protect. 

tekhanu "^ O Rev. 12, 117, abiding 
**• — [73 ' place. 



min] III 



Rec. 



tekhanu (tekhnu) 

15, 16, a kind of stone. 

^ - "^ Rev. 14, 10, to be 
^' troubled. 



tekhar 
tekhi[t] 



Rev. 1 2, 36, massacre, 
slaughter. 

IS 



•SJ^oE-SJ^^'SJ 



o ^ 
u«/l' © 

^ ^ Rec 5, 86, ^ 



J 



ftA/SAA'V 
/SA/WAA 



j^, 



J 









eg,A.z., 






J (2 , to dip in water, to steep 

in water, to plunge into water, to flood, to wet, 
to moisten, to anoint. 

tekheb 2 Jo. gj=. anyfoeUd 
moisture from the body, sweat, etc. ; var. 



D 



tekhbusti q J ^ '0' ] (| f>. Huris 

500, rev. a, 4, sack, sacking ; var. o ^. J ($. 

tekhbekh-J— -J— Leyd. 

Pap. 67 / - ^ 5 '*"^) *® shrink back from, 
V AWNAA «J A. /' to hesitate, to waver. 



tekhen ^%, 






^0 
© w 



, Rev. 13, 19, 

Nastasen Stele 40, O ^, Rev. 1 3, r 9, to hide, 

to cover over, to protect ; Copt. X^It^O ( ?) 

to have running or rheumy eyes (?) 



tekhen ^wX^ awUa Ebers 60, 10, ^Q, 



tekhnen 

tekhen 

or 



Verbum II, § 123, to 
have diseased eyes (?) 



V 



/■. — fl, 



© 



0^. 



A.Z. 



/wwsA to beat a drum 



1906, 123, A^AAAft 

/■&— U _ 

or tambourine, to play an instrument of music 



o( 



tekhenu ^^wwv 
« fl 

player; var. 



i' 



o© 



musician, 



Oe J' 



liM- 

great obelisks ; fl fl fl 



^ Dmn, obelisk; plur. 

1^^, IV, 642, very 



obelisks 108 cubits (162 feet) high. 

Tekbnui ^||. 'Z^^il 

P. 39.; var. ^ ® ytk, N. ,.6s. the 
two obelisks of Ri 

Tekhnu IV ^® V. Rec 4, 30. the 
four obelisks used in a ceremony of Osiris. 



[ 844] 



tekhen 



T. 317, Rec. 27, 192, 

ibis (?) 



"^[1^^, to slay, to kill. 

tekhtekh 1®^^, U. 495. T. 236, N. 

^57' ® ^^_^.AnastasiI,28.6, ^ ^ /v, 
Rec. 16, 129, ^^=!±=,, Love Songs i, 10, 



o o X 

® ® 7\ 



, ^ 



Ml 



o o 



Rev. 13, 69, to be disarranged, in wrong order, 
topsy-turvy, involved, confused, muddle, dis- 



order ; 



Ch c^ jQ \ 



I, Anastasi I, 28, 3, 



confused speech, meaningless chatter i ^ ^^ ^ > 
B.D. 17, 135, disarranged hair; Copt. T"e^- 



O O _c 



tekhtekhut ^^c^^^, Rec. 26,225, 

^ ^ c^ \ 
confusion, disorder. 

Tekhtekh r^ (J ^i^ (J M^, N. 1135, 

o (T o (^ F:^ ^- 549. an abusive epithet 
^ ^ ' applied to Aapep. 

tes ^'^ , \\ aniD , a stone or 

metal knife ; var. \v , and ^^ \v . 

teshetch-t '^ ^""^ ?^, Rec. 4, 21, 

a white precious stone. 

tes thehen 



[mm 



a sparkling 
stone. 



tes-t 
tes^f 



(Q, I, 117, a feminine title (?) 

^ A'^^=^=/l_2-0 bread, cake, 
-^H H^^^' dough. 



tesitesi 



o 



e J, Rev. II, 



471 



188, judges (?) Glossed by 2^I2^IOT. 

tSU 1 1^, see A.Z. 30, 81, P.S.B. 15, 
I n is a prefix). 

tSU J I'^ss-^, staff, support. 

tesef —M— ^, — »— o , bread, cake, dough. 



tesh 



o X 



, ordinance, law, regulation : 



1 Q .1 
plur. r-vr-i 3 

^ X ^ 



•c^1'^^lk°p'^«"^- 



I 

tesh . ,, to rub down, to crush. 

tosh ^ , Amherst Pap. 28, r^ , 

j_^ I A , Peasant 179, m^ , IV, 892, 

C3ZiL_:/l, A_ ^, czsua I, to depart from, 
to leave, to be separated from, to separate, to 

crush, to cleave ; -.n _ i-vr-i ^ /[ ^^^- 27,88, 
X mseparable. 

teshtesh ^ ^ ^, Ebers 69, 12, 

£^ o ^ o o X 
Vs. , r , ) to separate, to 

divide, to pound, to triturate. 

Teshtesh ^^^, a.z. 1869, 139, 
o ^ X 

used in the performance of resurrection cere- 
monies. 



j, Rec. 4, 31, a model of Osiris 



t\^^^, I, 140, ^_^^ , r^.Rec. 
33, 118, frontier, boundary region; plur. 

oa Till ® III rvD ^ 
ci X o 



tesh 



I 12, 15. 

tesh-t r I, ^ . Copt. Cat. 406, 

nome; Copt. TOOJ, TOJCtJ. 



teshu 



oa 



[ Rev. II, 125, dwellers 
I ' in a nome. 



Tesh rwi, Ombos I, 84, a city-god. 
X ® 

tesh ^ |, Rev. II, 167 

tesha ^IM^' ^M^'^uLi' '"^ 



split, to cleave, to divide, to crush, 
o 

CZEU 



nmD , a kind of stone. 



/]f]n ^^^- "' '^9. band, 
HHT' bundle (?) 



teshi 
teshi 

teshb (?) ^ J X, to break, to split. 

t-sheps ]j^g, 



O , Rec. 16, 



-^•un-UH—u 



[ 845 ] 



Rec. 32, 66, the cinnamon tree, cinnamon ; 

schrift (Leemans) 117,13, J nw [ ' W . cinnamon 
oil or pomade. 

teshen-t r\n n , a metal tool or weapon. 

tesher rm, red, redness; see i-rr-i ''^?='; 
Copt, xpocy. 

teshri ^■gaa (Ij] g )^ , a red cow. 

teq \\ , to cut, to slay, to strike. 

f nn ^ Dl spark, fire, lamp, torch ; Copt. 

teqem "^ ^v ^^, Rev. 12, 49, to un- 
sheath a sword ; Copt. TOKXJL. 

teqen n ro ^' '° ''"^^» ^° govern. 



teqer 

\- 

teqer 
Teqer 



o ^d 



, to be strong, mighty; var. 



-^j Nastasen Stele, 45 
"5^, Mar. M.D. 49. 



A I 

A I 

Sphinx I, 90, Rec. 21, 136, the name of a 
Libyan dog owned by Antef-aa; in Egyptian 



teqes ^ fl \, ^, A.z. 1908, 35, 

131, to pierce, to penetrate, to cut, to stab; 
Copt. XCOKC. 



tek ^:^, Pap. 3024, 15, ^ 



tek ^ e 



tekk 

/2i 



^- 



to enter, 
' to invade. 



to disturb, to break the 
jjeace. 

, A.Z. 1905, 25, Gol. Hamm. 






110, 



T> Q Q X . 

Rec. 12, 70, ^ — ^ 7^, V ^ , to thwart, to 



attack, to rob, to invade. 



tekku "^^ 8>, robber, marauder, 
invader; plur. ^z:^ \S Mii IV, 614, |^^ 

tektek a. , Mission 13, 58, B.D. 



"3t 3» 



O O X 



L-^ 



, Rev. II, 62, 12, 8, 70, 



to invade, to attack; var. 



-A. 






S^. 



z:^ 



s 



teki (?) ^ Ol *° ^^^\^ a fire, light a 
^ ' 'j^z^ '^ ' lamp. 

teku ^ ^ Oi ' ^™^» '^"*P ' P*"*^- 



tekk-t 



teka 



teka 



a kind of insect, 
weevil (?) 



, to see ; var. 

, Rec. 3, 57 grain, fruit. 



teka,-,^,T..o6,£j(|,Q^(]. 

fire, flame, lamp, torch; JU^^I^fM' 
Rec. 3, 49, many lamps ; Copt. 'f'K. 

Tekait (^| L , ^- ^^5. R^c. 30. 187, a 
I I ^^ fire-goddess. 

Tekait Q "^ (](] o fj , Tuat IX, a 

fiery, blood-drinking serpent. 

Tekait » j j, the consort of Maa-^es 

TekauIV tj"^^!! nil. B.D. .37A. 

the four holy torches or lamps. 

Tekaharsapusaremkakarmit ^ 



I I I 

B.D. (Saite) 164, 4, a magical 
name. 



Teka-her |j f| ^. ^^, Tuat ill, 

(i) a serpent in the boat PenS; (2) the serpent- 
warder of the 4th Gate. 



[846] 



tekan > jr /,» J^ur- As. 1908, 307, to 

drive away, to reject ; Copt. XCO^TH (?) 

tekas i^j [^ V , A.Z. 1908, 131, to 

pierce, to cut into ; varr. M J^ , \v ; 

Copt. XtOKC, eUJKC. 

teku ^ ^ "^, bread, loaf, cake. 

tekem ^ ^^ 
tekem "^ 
tekmu 



, B.D. 78, 3, to approach. 



O , Rev. 14, 49, a kind of oil. 



of swords; Copt. XeKJUL, XOKJUL 



I , drawers 



Tekem 



,k^' ^k^s^- 



B.D. (Saite 42) 72, 7, a god ; varr. 

1:^ 



J\ , Nav. 



Todt. II, III. 

Tekmi ^:S^ 



7\ , Tuat V, a jackal-god. 



teken 



I U. 543, ■'^z:::^ 7\ , Peasant 



145, Pap. 3024, 71, 



W ^ o 



c^ 



J\ 



7\ 



|q , IV, 1016, ^_^^^^^3^, U. 543, 



/VAAAAA r\N\/\f^ AAAA/W 



to approach, to draw near, to enter; Copt. 
TOX, TOCT. 

teknu (TN O he who enters ; plur. •^cz^^ 

tekennu ^:S^ O p-A , Rec. 20, 41, to 

pierce the sky (of high towers or buildings). 

teknu, tekennu \7C, ^^, ^^^ 

T^t^ Sphinx^ 3, 151, human victim, a substi- 
Jr ' tute in a death ceremony. 

Teken-en-Ra ^"D ^, ^o 



■^^ S) , the god of the 1 3th day of the month. 

tek 

T. 299 



teken -t 'cS* ^ u. 544, ^ 



Tekneru 



\U' 



Mar. M.D. 



49, Rec. II, 80, the name of one of the hunting 
dogs of Antef-aa. 



var, 



teker 
teks 



jA , Rev. , to come, to approach ; 






^, 



PI- 



131, to pierce, to penetrate; var 
Copt. TOJKC. 



A.Z. 1908, 



\^ 



teksa ^ Iq^ , ^^^- "> i68, the flat part 



teksa 



^ 



of the back. 
D, Rec. 35, 84, a 



broad, flat knife. 

teksa-t ^ [^, Rev. II, 188, 
[q] ^ ^r^^. Rev. 14, 33, table. 



plur 



tektek 



'^, a kind of plant; 



'^. 



I I 






teg,tega ^ _^-^, S-"^'S 

'^^ , to see, to look at, to examine, var. 



^ 






>, Rev. 13, 48 



teg 



zs 



© 



Rev. 14, 67, plant; Copt. 

o 

o, plants, seeds. 



*««-s^a-Gfi':fi- 



tega 



ZS 



to bandage; as in 






D 



|r for 



Ck 



iAi _ag:^ ^^i: move, to carry on. 

tegen 7^ =^3: 

^ -A /WW 



y. to approach, to 
' draw near. 



teges g p 



Berg. I, 56, slaughter- 
house (?) 



teges ^ [§ r^, Rec 35, 84,ametal(?) 



[ 847] 



tegteg QQ |y\, Rev. 12,70, §§L-fl, 

<:^tQ, to attack, to destroy. 

t©t , fl. to collect; var. o v\*U; 
Copt. ea)OTX. 

Wb , _1_» fornii likeness, image; 

var. o^"|. 

Tetui ^\l 1 1 , P. 590, the two statues, 

Tet-ti ib (hat) ^ ] () O, U. 598, a 

double goddess, the two daughters of the four 
gods of the Great House, ^ ^ I] O _^ _^ 

tet ^ ^ , Rev. 12, 33, ^ ^ cr^ , Rev. 

II, 146 = ^ff sj-T^, pylon. 

tet-ti (?) ^^cr^, basement of a 
o Ji>ii ' temple. 



445, skin, hide. 

t©t (^ , pot, cauldron ; var. ^"^^ ^ . 
tet J . . to turn, to withdraw. 

tet JIL "^ *" amulet symbolic of the uterus 
i I ' of Isis. 

Teti o](] ^, Rec. 30, 2, a god. 

Tetian ^ (1 x;;;:^? z^, ^^^ "**»« o^ a foe 

o 1 ^^ .^ of Amasis I. 

teti(?) ]^s^, stick, pole; plur.]^\ 

teti 1^^, see ^ ^^ ' ^. 

tetbu(?) ^ 11%^, B.D. 137, 40. 

to smear, to daub. 

tetef , Herusatef Stele, 59, his, its. 

tettet ) o ] o , ^ , B-D- 164, 3, to sub- 
Vi— fl due, to do away. 

teth JJ , nurse, attendant. 

tetme-t ^ ^ o, a kind of seed (?) 



[ 848 ] 



=> TH 

th s=» = sometimes Heb. D; Copt. X or (T. 

th s=», = £1^ , thee, thou. 

I 

th[a] s=J d^, soldier, bowman; plur. 



th-t 



th-t 



writing, book, document, 
o I list, warrant. 



sages, learned men; 



CTD 



m- 



~SL , "the sages of the 

House of Life," i.e., the learned men of the 
College attached to the temple. 



th-t 



th-t 



tha, thai 



I , a gathering of people. 
, a kind of goose. 
lfr=ii)gi, P. 777. M. 772, 



^"=0), 



r=iD 



(=0), 






(^a 



plur. /?^ 
N. 1293, 



^ -/I ; man, male, masculine; 

gi'.g^.T.'io7,p.6,8. 



^^^r:-^^^' 



(*==0) 



Nastasen Stele 44, 
w 



i,Rec. 31,25, 



(^ 



!, 









C=iB 



I , Hymn Darius 32, 

f=Ui ("=13) f'^ni^ 
^ I I 1' I I 1' (9 III' 



^ 1 



men iand women, males 



and females ; ^ 1 , the male genital organs ; 

, seed ; ^c^ ^ ^, a man child ; 



■Ml 



('=tD, 



a virile young man ; 
Copt. (To, XO. 



I ^^"^1' ganders; 



TH s== 

the governor-in-chief, the headman of a town 
or village; ^^"j^^. B.D. (Saite) 145, 23, 
the Arab Mudir or Wazir. 
X 



tha-t 



, governor and 



/ ID Dim 
judge of the Two Lands. 

tha-t meh ^^ ^ '^^ governor of the 
North, i.e., of Lower Egypt. 

tha-t mer nu-t nu Tamera !?^ ^ 



n 







governor-general 
of Egypt. 



tha-t en Sa ' "* aa^a^ og^gjo , governor of 



a grade of priests in the temple. 

tha-t resu (shema?) 

governor of the South, i.e., of Upper Egypt. 



tha 



Thaui 



1 Jl ! the "male "—a title of Geb 
the Earth-god. 



^V fe¥ 



• , Bubastis 51, 



I, B.D. (Saite) 164, 11, twin gods or god- 



desses, Shu and Tefnut, Isis and Nephthys, etc. 



Thau uru 



^^ 



, P- 319. 



M. 626, a class of divine males mentioned in 



connection with (1 ^ 

Tha nefer ?g^ T "^"^ i< , " Beautiful 

boy " — the name of a star. 

than (?) fe^^. T. 316, the solid 
parts of a body as opposed to the liquid, aawva. 



than (?) 

tha ?^ 



B.D. 153A, 30, birds, 
fowls. 



to be angry, 
inflamed. 



TH 



849 



TH 



tha ib (hat) ^j^. I'hes. 1481, 

IV, 970, 



"O to be wroth, to fly 
t ' into a rage. 



tha 

to envelop, to clothe. 

tha ^2f "^v . bandlet ; see 



5, to wrap up, 



thau 



tha 



^ 



, IV, 1089, 



roll, writing, document, 
order, edict. 



bear, to carry, bearer, carrier. 



thai meh-t ^ <^ ^_^ °^ 

B.D. 164, I' ^ ^ °^ f c. p, fan-bearer, 



bearer on the right hand of the king. 

thai metcha-t ^^ <^ l\l\ L— Zl'' 



, carrier of the book, i.e., accountant, agent. 



thai seri-t 

w 



(/ 



thai sehetpit 

thai shebt ^^ rvn J jl 
190, wand-bearer, staff-bearer. 

thai ri^ V\ ll[l ^w-^, 



L-fl 



banner-bearer of 
an army. 



Q Rec. 16, 56, 
tt=2/ ' thurifer. 



, Rec. 7, 






L^L-/1 



I 200, 

Hh. 550, 






, Thes. 






, to seize, to lake, to 



carry off, to grasp, to lay violent hands on, to 
ravish, to steal ; Copt. XI, (Tl, XH-if. XIOTfe. 



L-fl' 



tha-t, thau-t 






00 



plunder, theft. 

^^-^MG^-fe-ll^' 

Treaty 17, offence, injury. 

thait^;^j(|^,.hef. 

thau fe"^ ^ '^ ^. th'ef, robber. 

thau ^2j^5?^Sf« "'■ob^^""— ^e n*™« 

given to some of the pieces used in playing a 
game on a draughtboard ; fi a y ^\ x „ 



kZ. 1866, 
99- 



(e K. ', to work on some 
t Q 



thai 

hard substance, to model, to be worked or 
engraved (of metal); ^"^^ |^%1 

Rec. 34, 48, graven with a chisel. 

thaiu 



^J^" ° Anastasi I, 21, 7, 
^ ^ 111' graven objects. 

thau ^ ^, u. 429, ^ ^ ^• 
T. 246, P. 334, ^^^. P' 707, X^, 

fC^ -^r-^, ■^-v-^___> Wind, air, respiration, 
breath; plur. ^^ Xt^ "^ o, R 156, 3^^ ^ 

xtn o, N. 786, ^^ ztn i^ i±i, M. 2 1 5, 

N. 686, X^^^a3, ^^- 33. 36;^opt- 
thau itl ^ s:r^ , date palm (?) olive (?) 



tha 

000 



(2 -• 



o. A.Z. 1906, 118. 



, grain, drop, pellet, bead, necklace. 
tha ;fe%-", S^^tlX; var. ^ 



ol "^ '^' ^ s*^^"^» ^o f"« Ihe hair; 



; see 



TH 



[ 850 



TH 



tha 



^ , ]T^ , B.M. 5645, a kind of 
1 v. ' animal (?) 



1 10, 



1 o .^..IZSID 

]\ ft/VVVNA • 



tha en unsh (?) (C^ j\ /wvwv -^-^^ ^ . 

Love Songs 2, 2, '' wolf's paw," i.e., mandragora 
" love apple," and compare the following. 



r-^r-i 



W _> 

, I f - 
i? \\ 



c^ W 



thaui (?) — I 

l^ I, Amen. 12, 18, 

fi , Amen. 13, 4. 

tha-ti 



^^,L.I).III,i94,i7, 

the double throne or chair of state on which the 
king was crowned. 

v- >^ -/ij Sphinx I, 22, to restrain, to coerce. 



thaartu 






Nastasen Stele 11, 12, to cross over; Copt. 
XIOOp. 



X 



^j^, A.Z. 1913, 128, 



to give an order. 

thaata ^^' (1 d^]| (1 ^. Love Songs 
7, 1 1, a kind of plant, olive (?) ; compare Heb. 

thai ^' (]() -n- 

sure(?) fire-drill (?) 



•, a mea- 



thaiu 

accursed spawn of Aapep. 

thai-t 



I ISma ^^ , the 



'^ sadness (?) sor- 
^' row(?) 

thaua ^ -f^ ^ ^ , to dress the hair, 
to cut the hair, to shave (?) 

Thauathasasa ^f| ^ ^ ■§ n 

^^, L.D. Ill, 164B, a Hittite proper name. 

Thatmar (Tham'r) ?^ ^ ^^^^ ^^^ 

I ^' Thes. 1203, a Libyan proper name. 

that-ta (?) ^^ ^ ] (] fe^, Rech- 

nungen 35, ferryman (?) 



thab ^yjj5, IV, 770, Annates III, 
vessel; plur. ^ J% , IV, 636. {/ 



thab-t 



III 



Thabu ^J^ J,^ ^"""^ "' 



thab-t 2 

stick, staff. 

thabsha 



¥ 



m 



■^2=0 grain. 
000' corn. 

wine and 
beer. 



, to 



work stone, stonemason. 



U^ 



thapr 
thapr (?) 
thapga 



e 



, vessel, pot. 



(2 



□ P. 635, M. 510, N. 
'^:>' 1093 

S "kv' Anastasi III, 5, 4 



of Anastasi IV, 9, 5, 
barracks. 



Thafui 

B.D. 17, 112, the double form of Horus 
containing the souls of Osiris and Ra. 



tham 



^^ Rec. 31, 12, 
male, mascuUne, to act a man's part. 



thami 

wreck 19, 



'nT',^, Io8I,Ship- 



% jT, Rec. 31, 171, 



d.- 



to cover over, to clothe, to dress, to wrap up in, 
to enclose, to wind round, to bind. 



tham-t 

125, III, 17, coverings, face-cloths. 

Thamaa ^' ^ R J , the god of 

Western Thebes; var. J "^^P ^ > Copt. 

XHJtjt,e(?) 



TH 



r 851 1 



TH 



Thamakana ^ ^ lJ, \^' 

Alt-K. 1 153, a devil who caused sickness ; var. 

thames ^^ f^ \, ^ 

20, 198, to devour, to consume. 



tharr ^' <=p><p» © , a kind of cake ; 

*0 r- 

plur. jjg^ I Jiae^ 1 .^^a 1 

thar4a^'-^(|^ 



I I I 



a kind of 
cake. 



.&e.' 



\> 



•, P.S.B. 



tharan (?) — sS. ^5* 

Nastasen Stele 40, from — to. 



tharin 



than 7^ 

chief officer. 

thanreh 

tasi I, 9, 7, 7 



^ 



or 



i. ()() 



I I I 






"*===» Q^i, Anas- 
to forget ; Heb, 



? 

e 



J^^ 



// thant w^ 

state; var. (C^ 

thanti-t ?^ 

chair of state ; see 

thant 






< T^^~i . throne, chair of 
^ ; see 



^ ^ (jl) Jh... throne, 



J, Alt-K- 1162, buckler; var. 

P.S.B. 10, 472 ; Heb. IVltt?. 

tharb ^'-=>'JeO, fe''=>'J 
v\ , pot, vessel. 

tharh 



/\AA/W\ 



-2a!> 



V? . to in\'ade, to 
■^ ' transgress. 



.2;fik 



AAAA/\A 
AA/\AAA I 



poles, timbers, bearing- 
poles. 



thar ^ \^ f)^'-^' 'Tombos Stele 
9, IV, 84, ^ "^^D' IV, 1078, to 
embrace, to enclose, to surround. 

thar I 



l^' 



f> 






Mission 13, 117, ^^ ^ vs^ L— ^, to be 
strong, to be protected, fortified, strong ; Copt. 

2Cop, xoop, xoope. 



tharei 



w 



f>. 



^ uL' ^^'■^"sth, 



jgsfi, whole, sound, strong, protected 

thar - 1 

strong thing, a protected thing. 

thar-^^^^, ^^, 

2^ K:^ „.Jour. E.A. 3, 104, an enclosed 
and strong place, a walled enclosure, fortress. 

tharit 



— ^ -T)- ^ '^ ^^^^ ^^ protected 
\\ ' "^ N III' thing. 



tharsta-t ^ 1 "^ Iq" ] i) ^"^i,' ^^""^ 

part or parts of the body. 

tharta ^'*=^](]^^, ^■^] 

1 liis^ I U 1 liiii*' I I I 

a kind of boat. 

tharta ?^<rr>l (1 '^^, Rcc. 17, 146, 

bread made of fine flour ; Heb. HTD Chald. 
Nn^^D, Arab. ^^^ (Dozy I, 671), Assyr. 
sil-la-tu >»Tr *-t1 ^T- 

thahab fe'^"^ J^' Anastasi 

IV, 2, 5, KoUer 2,3, ^ f" ^ J \^^^ 
a place where horses are exercised. 

thahr 



I » w 



thasas 7^ 

chief, master. 

tha serit 



Jl ^ to ill-treat, to 
• I 11 i ' beat. 



, IV, 998, 



^Sf,IV,,,8.SP4.^()f, 
Hag bearer, colour bearer of an army : see 



U^" 



H 2 



TH 



[ 852 ] 



TH 



see 



thash 



ZSSZD 



thak 



: Copt, xocy 



, boundary, frontier; 



thakar 



I 



, Rouge I.H. 2, 125 

W 



cm , strong 



building, an enclosed and fortified place, tower. 



Thakaru 



w 



■ ^ 1 , 1 hes. 



1208, 
916, / 



I I 



, Rec. 2 1 



[\^\y] 



111' 



-S^ 



1 



Q^M], 



I I t 

\\ ' 



I , Alt-K, 1171, a Mediterranean people. 



Thakar - Bara ^' ^ ' J o ^ 

>5_j'|cvx£)V^,Rec. 21, 78, ,?^'LJl l]__^ 
^j^^^i^X; Y ^ p^p^ the name of a Syrian governor : 

' ' Heb.Svnn:]v 

Thakaretha J^' LJ .^^ 1 ^ "1 x, 



Harris Pap. Mag., a magical name. 



covermg, 
bandlet. 



W 



I III 



, Harris I, 



thakrau 7^ 

57, 13, shutters, lattices. 

thaga ^' ZS'^|, Koller I, 5, 2, 1, 

^' ^, IV, 701, ^ S ^ -^, ^ Z5 

t^.^,;,,^^ IV, 732, a kind of tree, the wood of 
-^ the same. 

thagapu ^ S '^ ° CTTD , Anastasi 



IV, 9, 5, barracks; see 



thaten-t 



a 

Is 



cm 



r^ , throne ; 

^A/^A^^ I I 



see 






thatha(?) % 

vessel, or bowl. 

Thathait ^ 

I S> 47> a form of the Sun-god 



I 17 , a metal pot, 
^ Z] c^' Litanie 



Thath-neteru g=1\ £=3i ' , Tuat 

VI, a god. 

tha-t ^=^!\ ^ , '^^^^'- ''.^'^ l^' ^.57' 

1 tVjs emanation, exudation. 

That g=J [1 o> P> , a goddess of Tet-t, 

uu ^ , Busiris.' 

thaaiu s=^ h 

officials, clerks (?) 

thafthaf s=5 A ^.=_ s=3 (j k.=_ , t. 305 



I , a class of 



Tharef s=> h imtsi , T. 31 7, the name 

of a magical serpent. 

thatha s=j h s=s (j | ."^^ , Rev. 6, 26, 
to stamp with the feet, to gallop. 

thatha s=z5 (] §=3 (j ^ I, b.d. 169, 2, 

dances, skippings. 

tha (?) ^ i ^ , to run (?) 
V '' (o -^111' 

th-amit ^^^ ^v (1(1 c^, Rev. 13, 27 = 
ZIIteiJULe, in the state of knowing. 



thi 



I, scribe, learned man; plur. 



-r crzi , Rec. 



33, 4, copyists attached to the college, sages. 
thi-t s=»(j(| 5, s=3 (](] g , band, tie. 

thmen«(]()(|ll-^,^-g- ^' 9 

thi thi Q^, Love Songs 5, 6, 

"^ 5?^ ' ) Rec. 21, 97, ^ ^1 

W \\ ^\ ^" WW ^ 

Rec. I, 46, r „, ibid, i, 52, to 

' ^ ' W W ^^ Q 

wrangle, to dispute, to chatter, to gossip. 



thetthet 



C^ /Ci 



' o ^ L^' 



chatter, gossip. 

thU, thut s==^^, T. 211, N. 335, 
, pron. 2nd sing, masc, thou. 



thu (?) , to mount up. 



thua 



f] 



to lift up, to bear, to 
carry. 



TH 



[ 863 ] 



TH 



278, to bind on a 
crown; 



N. 979, defects (?) 
offences (?) 



crown : 



see 



thua«f||,iv, 
thua 8=» f) — n , 
tim&t s=»%(] ^^4^' 1'- 284, 

thui s=J^ (1(1, that. 

thub s==s v:> J, sole, sandal; see s=5 j 



o U) ; Copt. etOOTX, XOOTX. 



thupar 



e 



w 



pet; 



e 



L-VI (2 



, horn, trum- 

w 



trumpet bearer, trumpeter; compare Heb. IDttJ, 



W 



tasi I, 17, 7, scribe, copyist, secretary; Heb. 
"iDiD, Aram. fc^-JCp, Syr. 



w 



(£ W 



f. 



thuprath D«di>s=3?^, Mar. 

Aby. I, Text 11, a Hittite chariot. 

thUf =^H_<|>, 

^g W ^ '^', Rev. 6, 26, papyrus ; var. ^^ ^ ; 
Copt. ZOOTq, Heb. P^^D- 

thumaqana 



Alt-K. 1 153, a devil of sickness ; var, 

n WAA/VA 

o \ AAAAAA o \ /\AAA/V» 

carry, to rise up ; Copt. TCJOOTrt. 

\ \\ /VA/VS/VA I I 



thurn 

buckler, breast cover of leather ; var, 
AAAAAA "^ in • Heb. ji'iltp . 

thurh 



I' 



(5 I 



to sm, to tres- 
pass. 



thurta s= ^ .2as I ] (j .•■•;'^ , ' 

I (1 /"^^, fine flour; Heb. rh'O. 



(§. 



g*^l 



thut 8=*^'', U. 574, N. 968, *^^, 
a particle; aaaaaa 8z=> >K^ (10, T. 271, P. 22, 

M. 33. N. 123, 1 s=3%r(lfl U. 581. 

AAAAAA _/I 1 I 

N. 962, s=^" () p, B.D. ,80. 37, s=^ 
II (] p. B.D. 180, 27. 

thut s=3 vT, U. 220, to be collected. 

thut v\, U. 559, form, image. 

thut ^=.^"^, T. 266. ^=^^, 
M. 43, 421, crown. 

thut^ s=5 "^"^ (] , P. 34, crown. 



thutha 



(5 



'\hh" 



^ ^ ^«^^ ' > ^ ^ >^ I > the piping of 
a bird, the cry of the hawk, twitterings. 

Thuthu i=:^ ^^=3^ ^, Rec. 6, 151, 
31, 18, the name of a god. 

thuth ken s=^ V\ ° , Ebers 63, 

Jl^zz:^ III 
9, a seed. 

thebit =^JJ/.N.942,8=J^J]. 

T. 312, P. 174, s=^J o |, U. 554, T. 173, M. 

i54,s=»Jo^,N.97o,s=3j^"|,T.32, 

301, U. 553, Rec. 27, 60, W'^, sandal; dual 

J^-||,P.5n.||=plnr.«J^- 

, P. 408, M. 584, N. 813, 1190,5=3 Jo 

^, sandals white and black; see also <=>. ] p^lu > 

Copt. Toonre. 
thebit«J(j(]^|.R-4,^;;X^^ 

L— /|^, sandal-maker, worker in leather; plur. 
I e ; ^ ^ I , Anastasi I, 26, 4, | (2 | ^ I , 



sandal-maker to the king. 

3 H 3 



TH 



[ 854 ] 



thebu-t s=. J ^" I s.:^ . Rec. 30, 68, 
a part of a ship. 

Rev. 14, 73, calf, cow; compare Copt. T^ in 

xJS.rtH. 



theb (tcheb) 



Ji 



, bird-cage; 



see also tcheb A J l^^l > A' 
theb-t s=> 11 g o , sistrum. 



theb s=5 1 _ , copper coins, obelus, 
7 assariuni : var. c-^=^ ^^\ \l U 



assarium; var. c— =^ "^ II -^ ' • 



to break 
to smash. 



thebeb«JJ<^,T-3-. 

Theba s=s'«^^,Rec. 26, 229,agod(?) 

thebu £=3 J ^ o, s=^ J e O , Mar. 
Karn. 55, 61, Rec. 21, 77, Theban Ostraka B, 6, 
vase, pot, vessel ; plur. s=3 J o O , IV, 666. 

thebU=J^^>, ^J§, Rec. 
17, 145, a weight for meat, a measure; var. 

thebn s=5 J e/ ^ > a lock of hair, curl ; 
Thebeh c= J ra ^^J, Typhon ; var. 

thebhen 



to hop, to skip, to frisk (of animals). 

thebtheb s=^Js=^J,^=^Js=^J^, 

to tie up to (with <cz> <cr> . IV, 658), to suspend. 



to tie (dead bodies to a wall). 

thebtheb s=s J s= J A ^ » to dance, 
the belly-dance. 

thebtheb-t s=» J s=^ J ^ ^^, dis- 

pute, argument. 



TH 

, a kind of goose. 



thep 

thepa ^ (j L-Zl , Rec 30,192, ^ (] ^ , 
to breathe, to snuff the air. 



theput ^ i , the dead (?) 



D 



^ ^ /^- 303/ 



i-n- 



theph-t 

N. 662, hole in the ground, cavern, cave ; plur. 



I, N. 656, 



o 



^S^, the vault of the sky 



,Rec. 29, 154; 
le si 

Thephut petriu ' ' | o 3'=i] °, 

N.656,=i njnrL°--°— ° 

isffi:, M. 381, a group of shrines (?) in the Tuat. 

Theph-t sheta-t ""^^ | ,^^ ^ |, 

Tuat VII, the 7th division of the Tuat. 

thef L=/l, to move about, to shake (?) 

thefthef 



to dance, to wag (the 
head). 



thefthef 



AAAAAft 
AAAAA/i 

/\A/>AftA 



^ 



to spit, to pour out water ; var 

thef "^, papyrus plant; var. 

"^ J; Copt, xoo-rq, Heb. r|^D- 
thefa ^""^(1, u. 541, T. 297=s=>(] 

(j^^^,T. 305.... ... 

Thefnut ^^ ^ , ^^^ ^ J, consort 



s=3j ra |7\,DeHymnis36, : of Shu; see 



Thefnut 



^= 

, P. 62, M. 83. 



Berg. I, 14, a lioness-god- 
0~^ ' ' dess ; see Tefnut. 



, P. 707 



c:^ /vAwvv ^ j\ , Amen, i j, 20, 



theften ' 
theftenn 

envoy, messenger (?) 

them, them-t 

P. 62, M. 84, N. 91, P.S.B. 15, 37, Rec. 21, 197 
= , pron. 2nd fem. sing. 



TH 



855 



TH 



them 
them 



5 , bandlct, tiara, apparel. 



Amen. 22, 6, 23, 9, 
to see (?) 



thema / , bold, brave, strong. 



thema-a 



,.^_fl 



J^ ' ^ I ' ^^' ^57, 



/ , „, hero, warrior. 
Thema ^, Tuat ill, a god. 

Thema-re ^''^^, Tuatxii, a sing 

-^ ing-god 

9. 



Themat-her-t 



J" 



o <z> i<i , Tomb 



Seti I, one of the 36 Dekans ; var. \ .J^ 

U o III 

<:^> i<i , , <=r>, Tomb Ram. IV ; Gr, TfiM. 



Themat-kher-t 



S= /I\ , [=3 

-^ o III 

/I\o Tombs Seti I and Ram. II, one of the 
ic ' 36 Dekans. 



thema-t / 

vulture amulet ; var. ^s^ o^ 



themia 



A.Z. 1908, 16, the 

I. 

o I I 



^ ^/W' Hh. 377, seat, throne; 

^^ /wv '^•^- ^^^' Sphinx, 2, 132, 
_>^ /7 H ^ ' scribe of the throne. 



thema-t 4, ^ -fj-, mat (?) Copt. TiULH. 



thema ""T -0- "" , ^^'' ^^'°' '''^"^^' 

^Jf ' ' III estates. 



^^==^ 2=* Tuat X, a liones.s- 
.^ ^ fl ' goddess. 



Themath 

Thema-taui s=3^(j"^^, P. 266, 

M ^^2^ ^ , M. 479, N. 1246, a god. 
Themmit ^=(1(1^, Tomb Ram. IX, 



10, god of the serpent "^ • 

^hemu ^^ji^. ^^ji^i- for 

/ ^. writing, plan, drawing. 

Cv^ J Libyan ; plur. =>|^ | ^ 1 ^ j . 



Mar. Karn. 53, 26. 

Themhu ^ % I , ^"^^ V, the Libyans 
N _zr I in the \ ual. 

Themhu ,=1^ J ^ j^, Rec 30. 63. 
the " Libyan " god. 

themes 8=^ ^ jj^, Rec 32, 80, to 

write, to make marks, to paint coloured pictures, 
to be of various colours, to be striped ; var. 

WW 

themes ^=»^ P fl^ > P- 604, striped, 

coloured (of the rump of an animal <z> ^ 1. 

themes 8=> [f| f) jft v=^^, Dream Stele 
20, writing board, inscribed tablet. 

themes-t s=>^jj^|i^, p. 172, N. 

939, a writing, list, register ; plur. 8=j Vv^ 1 

themes s=j |\ ;;r', '' condemned 

person. 



see 



themess-t s=s ^ 1 I c. Wi , p. 681, 

773> M. 770, design, writing, picture, document. 

Themes - en - khentt 

II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans. 



thmes-t 
themth 
themthem 

measure. 

then 



, Tomb Seti I, 1 ftl ^ ^ ' ^^"^^"^^ 

r 



L-fl 



midwife ; Copt. 

oAxecio. 

, Hh. 337 



then 



/vAAAAA ^^/^/s^^ 



III 



f}, adry 



^ abso. pron. 2nd fem. 
sing. 



Vi. 



later 



-vAAA/vA, pron. 2nd plur. ye, your; -wsw*, N. 1385 

(dual); Copt. OHrtOf. 

3 H 4 



TH 



[ 856 ] 



TH 



then = , this. 
then ^'^, ^"^ Q, P. 



307. 312, 



1 1^ ' ^^'^''^ '' > ^^'"• 



; Copt, xojrt. 
then " '," ''ll, iv,222, ^^"l 






Rec. 30, 185, to lift up, to raise, to promote, to 
distinguish. 

then-t ftAA^AA j ^^ a something great or 
distinguished ; plur. www | ^^ J 1 . 

Then-aru ^^ -s>-%i I ' f ^ » '^^"^'^ 



of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 54). 

Then-neteru ^^ T ' , Tuat xii, the 

gate of the 12th division of the Tuat. 

Then-ret ^"^^^^i], b.d. 125, 11, 

the name of one of the 42 judges of Osiris. 

then ^^"^"l "^3 , B.D. 178, 23, a kind 
of tree; var. 

then ^ 



], course,*throughout; 



/V^AA^^ 



AA/VWV % 

AA^/V\A (_ J 



then-t, thenn-t aaaa^^, u. 234, 

, ibid. 26, 74, ftAAAAA 

d L J A/y/VWA 

/vAwvA ,3i , ibid. 31, 16, place, abode. 



AAAAAA I I 

sanctuary of Seker ; plur. 



I I I 



Thenen ''^ll _f), Tomb of Seti I, 

/SAAAAA T T i 1 

one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 3). 

Thennit s^^j.^ ^ ^, B.D.G. 42, 699. 

1^1:2 ? t 4''1- ^ H consort of Menthu and a 
■^^ ' vvwvA on' form of Hathor. 

thena ^^^ h , T. 307, p. 1 73, 260, M. 493, 

A/WVAA 1 



where?; see , (1(1 ; Copt. TOJn. 

ftAA/VAA ^VWAA I 1 

thena ""^ (1 Jl, ^^^ d /% I , to be old, 

old age, aged. 



Thena 



(1, Tuat XII, one of the 12 

gods who towed the boat of Af through the 
serpent Ankh-neteru ; he was re-born daily. 



thena, theniu * ' h , iv, 639, 

() (1 % . pitcher, bowl, dish ; plur.*^ ' (j %> 



L.D. III, 65 A, 15. 

thena ^^"^ h 

WAAAA I 



e 



, Amen. 14, 11 



thena-ti 



AA/VV\A I >T— ' \\ 



, Amen. 15,17, 



.^^, Amen. 20, 19, 

Amen. 25, 10 



thenaa 



theni 



^^V 



boomerang, camel 
stick. 



thenu 
thenu 



, N. 940, where ? ; see 
h ; Copt. TCOIL 

pron. 2nd plur. ; Copt. 

OKno-r. 

IV, ,,41, ^\] ^1 ^|, ^1^. 
each, every. 

thenu ^^\, U. 253, T. 196, P. 288, 
678, N. 1293, M. 726, to count, to reckon. 

I 






thennt 



Oo 



, A.Z. 1904, 89, ; 



O 



I, Rec. II, II, AAAAAA 



I 

I ftAAAAA 

I 



/V\AA/V\ C^ I. 

IV, 1 143, number, reckoning, computa- 
' tion, census (of cattle), calculations. 



the nut "'^ ^ v» ^^^8^^' quantity. 



Thenu-t aaaaaa^v:^;^ the name of a festival. 



thennu 



AAAAA/V 
AAAAAA 



Rechnungen 63, a 
j»-7=- ' plank or log of wood. 



Thennui (?) s=:*;|.;|.^ i)|], T. 302, 

a magical name (?) mentioned with sc^^ 4--r 

thenpu ^^ % IV, 930 



TH 



[857] 



TH 



thenf AwvvA ^t1 , ^^w^A ^^ , 



"Ul' "lli. 



o 



I, to dance, to play an 



instrument or sing to a dance. 

thenf Awwv v,wvN, Rec 20, 216, drink. 

thenf-t v^A^A^ , vessel or pot of drink 

thenfit /wwNA j\j\ o || , Edict 4, sail. 

thonem ^"""^ 



thenem 



the first milk in 

0; 



ON. 514A, an offer- 
ing, milk (?) 

the breasts after childbirth ; van 

Copt. xeXAiLi. 
Thenem ° ' 

424, a nurse-goddess. 

thenem "=" d |\ ^, ^°, **-^^P' ^^ 

/vwNAA Jl _tt'^ ' ' make to weep. 

AAAAAft i _al^ _2r I I I * AAWVV Jl _B^ 

^.|,> Hh. 556, dens, caves. 



^ J, T.S.B.A. Ill, 



thenem 



/V 



^ 



. to 



turn away from, to turn back, to reject ; var. 



/v. 



125, II, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris; see 



thenr 



/V\AA/VA 
I I I 



thenh-ti 

16, 20 

thenher 



w 



, strong, bold, brave. 
^^ -^^ , Amen. 



9. 



O 



Peasant 175, 
a bird. 



thentut ^ ^^^, Meir 8. 
a breed of cows. 



thenti /vwsaa yl , 

Stele 3, throne, chair of state 






/H , Tom bos 



^ 



thenta-t v^^A^« 

jn Rec. 27, 222, throne, chair of state, 
•^ ' throne-chamber. 



Thenti ^^| ^, Tomb Sell I, one of 
the 75 forms of Ra (No. 47). 

thentenr ^^^^ \ '^'^ *V*, Rec. 8, ito, 
— 1 I I y\ III * ^^ 

braves, soldiers. 

thentha - t 



-Zl' 'V. 565. 

^ c-D, B.D. 180, 7, *^^ 
, L.I). Ill, I 6a, throne, throne room, 

*^^feQU' IV, 573; *'^ 

— ,^^ WVNAA »t» Mr Vijt^ AA^AAA 

^^ O [^ , throne mounted on a boat. 

thenthen ^ ys, Anastasi I, 

24, 8, to run, to run away, to flee. 



CD 
chair of state; 



1, 



Thenthen-neteru 

AA/«/W\A WWSA I III 

the name of the 12th Gate of the fuat. 



ther 



O , I, 133, number. 



ther 5 , 1 1 , stuff, apparel, 

ther-t <rr>®, U. 563, willow tree; var. 



J ^ I ; Copt, xojpe. 



Therit : 

dess of the willow tree 

therut 



Rec. 27,53, the god 



, an offering. 

ther^ ij I ® » time, season, year ; plur. 

= ^{0rvarr.^(|{0.^(){. 

theri ^ I] , U. 538, r. 295, p. 219 

theri (1 11 aw^ , to sprinkle, to moisten. 



therit' iJiJ'=^ !» ^^ 3^' ^9' '^^'^■■• 

ence, adoration, prayer, entreaty. 

therri-t §(j(| ^. ni, 17, ^-^, 

Dream- Stele 27, mound raised up against a 
besieged city ; compare Heb. rrT/b, and see 
therther. 



theru 
theru 



to paintf painting, 
writing (?) 



o, U. 563, colour, paint 



TH 



858 ] 



Therut ,_^ fi| ^ ^, U- 220, T. 323, 

^ VS, U. 510, a god or goddess (?) 

theru ^^\,.^ui, ^J'^: . "' 399, to 

<r> ui diminish, to reduce. 

therut ^?%^, bandlet, fetter. 

therm e=>-^^'^^'^, u. 563, to 

cleanse, to purify ; var. o ^^ (?) 



D ^» 'r. 390, M. 404,! 



therp 



^^, U. 1 31 A, a kind of goose; plur. D 



therp D V^ 7\ , *=> ^ . to waddle 

(like a goose), to dandle a child. 

^^ ^^ A Peasant 294, 
^=^ ' ^^ ' to dance. 



therf 

threm, thremm 



m=. 



-^^, to weep, to cause to weep; 
therheh ^^"^ ?| ^ Y, to rejoice (?) 

Therta " ] (j ^, Rec. 27, 53, a god. 
therther ^ 



therther 



to overcome, to de- 
stroy. 

, Rev. 12, 78, 



s I earthwork, mounds thrown up around 
11' a besieged city ; Copt. TtJOpXp. 



thertcher 



^ n I Thes. 1322, 
=a> y 1 ' walls. 



theh |— 1 ^ 7^ , to attack, to transgress, to 



invade; varr. ^5, ^ %^. ^ ^ 



ra 

thehtheh ^-i r-i 

Pap. 42, raider, invader. 



I , Amherst 



theh ° '^ ^ Vxndi of plant used in 
rn (2 III' medicine. 



theheb j— , \ , A.z. 1905, 19, to frisk, 

to gambol (of young of animals). 

thehem ^^. ^ J^. A.Z. 1906, 

1 26, to shout for joy, to praise. 



TH =- 

?. IV, 840, to approach, to 



invade. 



theh s 

theh-t g=3 ^ ^ , approach. 

thehu s= |%>^, IV, 502, g=j|% 

«=, «=— ^, to rejoice, to make merry. 

theheh s= | § T > R^^- ^ 2, 2, 



w 

w 






, , to rejoice. 



thehhu 

(£ W 



I , joy, gladness. 



thehhut £=3 II ^ "^ I I , IV, 894, 



I, Rec. 29, 166, rejoicings; 



var. 



(2 



($. 



I , gods who 



Tuat VI, a 
goddess. 



Thehhut 

rejoice, or divine rejoicings. 

Thehbith g=|J(j(j 
thehef-ti s=5 | '^''^ '^j a plant. 

Q ftAAA/VA 

thehen s=5 » , Mar. Kam. 53, 28, 

Jour, E. A. Ill, 98, IV, 656, 710, Love Songs 5, 5, 

Q /V/WVVA 

a > Q „ n' to advance, to meet, to touch, to 

twitch (of the nerves or muscles, P.S.B. 13,412) ; 
Copt. Z(JO^, (To)^. 

thehen s= | ^, T. 334, sr^^j 

p. 826, £=3 1 "l A^A/wN , M. 249, ^== c||| 
to sparkle, to scintillate, to glitter, to shine. 

thehenhen z=i | aaaa/v- 7]t | ^ 

U. 563, to sparkle. 

\U , U. 563, 



^ 000' u-^'^'^* J w o :'^^s^'- 

ning-stone, crystal, any bright or sparkling sub- 
stance, blue-glazed faience, etc. 

Thehen M^ 3, ^""^11 ^' ^f ' Ti,-^ 

the 14 kau of Ra. 



TH 



r 859 ] 



TH 



M. 249, N, 704, one of the four 
bulls of Tern. 



Thehen-Atebu, etc. 

Thehnit-tepi.khat.^-®Q 

'=' Rec. 34, 190, one of the 12 Thoueris god- 
^ desses. 

Theljnu s=1 1^, u. 564, 1 c=, 



Thehen 



840 






, IV, 



^A/^AAA 



thehenu ] 0^^ ^, u. 64, ] ^, N. 318, 

=" I Cn2^ ??' L'^y^" unguent. 

thehnen-t % — > ? "l '^, t. 89, a — ^ ? "l 
^""^.N. 619 

C^ skin of a beast, hide ; compare Heb. 
Vr ' trnn^ Assyr. t"^ ^y, takh-shu. 

thekh ^» ^ drinking festival; var. 



\\^5:7. 



thekhthekh 

drink ; varr. ^ 

xe^, euj^, xu3^. 

thes s==|l^|,T.336,s= 
M. 254, N. 640: see s= [1] p |[^ 

Thesi-en-khentt 

. , one of the 36 Dekans ; var. 



to mix a 
5V ; <^-opt. 



h' 



thes, thess ^^, T. 159, m. 175, 688, 

Amen. 19, 7, 25, i, ^^2^, ""** L-fl, 
^__^. _^_ g. Peasant 257, U-fl, 



r . . to knot, to tie, to tic togetKer, 

to tie on something (a crown or a garment), to 
bind com, to coil, to twine, to plait, to weave ; 

^ (](). M. 785. ^ (](), M. 782; Copt 

(Ttoc. 



thes mehu 



••^ 



^2jwJ' ^■^' '9«6, 123. 

B.M. 828, to weave a crown, to tie 

on a crown. 

thes metcheh ^^ ^ ^^ 8 c>^ , 

Sphinx 3, 132, to tie on a girdle. 

thes qebsu (beqsu) ^^^j Jl%, 



U. 310, to tie together the entrails (?) 

thes qesu ^3|3, p. 612, to tic to- 
gether the bones, to reconstitute the body. 

thes-t '*''^, Roller 4, 6, thread. 

n o W ^^^' 3». 171. tie, 
I U ' band, knot (?) 



thes-t 
thesthes ^^ 
thes, thes-t 



v- B.I). 145, 24, fillet, 
^' band, tie. 

'^, P. 568, ~^, 

, knot, tie, liga- 



ture, bdckbone, vertebrae, spine; plur 



^^i' 



-91 
,T. 183. 



0111 
. U. 517, 



theSS-t _«_ o ^ , tie, knot 
I 



thesut VII "", the seven magical 

o ! Ill' ^ 

knots that protected a man. 

C^'<K>*4 ^*0>^Q ^*|<I>^^ 

thes-t ssr^*- , — ••— sj»-»»- , , frame, 

framework with bars (?) bearing pole, carrying- 
pole of a litter. 

Thesu "****% J|. Tuat X, an archer-god. 



Thesu VII 



c? 



Mil 
III 



, B.D. 71, 16, 



seven gods who assisted at the judgment and 
c<jndemnation of the wicked. 

Thes-am ^"^^^ ^'^- ^' '5. a bun- 



TH 



[ 860 ] 



TH 



Thes-arq 



^, 



A 

~^> ^^^. Denderah II, lo, ii, 
one of the 36 Dekans; Gr. GESOAK. 



Thes-t-up-t 



\J Tuat IV, a 
o I ' horned goddess. 



Thes-usfu ""^ \\ n ^.=_ "^j P. 708, 
a fiend or devil (?) 



Thes - heru 



I Tfififin, Tuat X, a 



serpent-god, son of Sekri. He has a head at each 
end of his body, moves on four human legs, and 
IJeru-Khenti is perched on his back. 



Thesi-Tesher-t ^^^ 00 o 

(Saite) 149, the god of the 3rd Aat. 



V. 



B.D. 



thes — H— , chamber, room. 
ur-2 



p '~' -j sarcophagus, funerary 
o ircr'' coffer. 



thes-t 

thest-ta ^^ r°-i \ \ , burial, funeral. 



X 



L=J, 



thes -^^H, A.z. 1905, 22, 

(i) to arrange times and seasons; (2) to wear 
an amulet. 

to command, to arrange, to direct, to levy, to 
raise taxes. 



thesu (^^\ fl^, Gol. Hamm. 14, 



^>__/l ^ , captain, commandant. 



chief officer, general, master, commander ; 
L-=fl W» I / Y' Coronation Stele 3, 



trusted officers ; Copt. ZOeiC. 

thesu "^"^ %i ^, captain :— ^ ^ > » 

captain of bowmen; ts-co-a i^ 1, captain of 
soldiers; c«x« „^,v^^A ^ , IV, 11 20, captain of 
a fortress; '*'°^ "^-vaaaa/n "^ ^ I , captains of 
ferrymen ; Copt. ZoeiC. 



thess 



, captain, general; plur. 



I , Coronation Stele 1 5. 



thess ' I ' Jj » master, chief; varr, 

(] p,^() p^; Copt, icoeic. 



c^ 



thesit - „ _ , — H— , lady, chieftainess, a 
title of the goddess Nekhebit ; Copt. ZoeiC. 



thes-t 



o 



\-^ 



1'^ 



levies from districts, troops, bodies of soldiers, 
regiments. 



thes-t 



thes 






j the working folk on an 
I ' estate, peasants. 



i, to 



compose a connected statement, to arrange 
words in logical sequence. 



thes 



, I, 116, — " — , IV, 221, 



e 



i, IV, 1090, 



proverb, saying, formula, charm, spell, incanta- 
tion, declaration, statement, what a man wants 
to say, accusation of a plaintiff, speech or 
defence of a defendant, sentence, aphorism, 

apophthegm, "word," precept; — h— ^Aw^A 

^, IV, 1082, speech of a petitioner; 
|2i 'w^AAA __^. ^IJ-fl ga , IV, 430, a state- 



ment which is a tissue of lies 
I 



thesu ^'"'^ % 



\, 



M\'Z:\ 



(2 



speeches, proverbs, precepts, statements, charms, 
spells, orders, commands. 



thes-t, thess-t 

plan, crafty design; 



, plot. 



an abominable 
plot. 



thesu """^ S vS?i I , law-makers, arrangers, 
— N — ^ I ' disposers, managers. 



thes maS, 

speech of law. 



_> , N. 163, 



TH 



[ 861 1 



TH 



thes pekhar (?) , | , a rubrical 

direction meaning to transpose conversely, e.g., 
" Tlie strength of Horus is my strength " : 
thes pekhar, />., " My strength is as the 
strength of Horus." 

thesi ^ t|^. T. 271, p. 22, 97, 604, 
M. 32, N. 122, 11 , Kubbin Stele 11, 

JA, Roller ,, 8. ^^^. ^^. 



\\ 



, Metternich Stele 59, T| 

to lift up, to raise, to rise, to raise oneself, to 
ascend a hill, to lift away, to bear up, to support, 
to be high (of price), to lift up an offering to 
a god, to set aside, high (of bows) ; Copt. 

xice, zoce, (Tici, (Toci. 



thess 



^. T. 29, 



m 



Hh. 564, to lift up, to raise, to rise, to mount, 
to be exalted ; Copt. 2CIce. 



thesi |1(] "i ^ A., ascent, ascender. 

thesu bati ^^^^'l ^^ ^J;^ , Tombos 

— N — .Ji XL ' ' ' 



I I 






Stele 13, wearers of the double crown. 

thesi semsem^;^;^ P^P 

l^ , mounted soldier, knight ; var 

27, 228, a rising, revolt, insurrection. 

ports, props, pillars ; -^ ffff f=^ , ^ffff, 

11 y\ ^ffff'' I tfff'' ^^^ ^°"'' PJllars of 

heaven; plur. ~\ o t j, 

— •►— xL o 

Thesu-urut ^^— ^^.u.434. 

^ ^ ^ ^ <^ ^ S T. 248, a group of 
gods who raised the dead. 



Thesu ur 3^^^*' '''• *^^* \ 

"^ ^^ ^, B.D. I27B, 7, a god. 

The8i-khft-netrui(P) *^ " 1"], 

a title of Khensu Nefer-hetep. 

Thesi -tchatcha(?) ? 



® 



fe>, U. 4*3. 



, T. 243, the ♦• head-raising " god 



Thesi-tchatchau-neteru ^T^ M ' . 

^ I I Mil' 
Tuat XII, a singing dawn-god of Syiaitic 
origin (?) 



thesi-t 



Hh. 343, -i^, 

0X1 SI \> 



ridge of ground, high ground, bank of a river 

Copt. (Tic, zice. 



tlies ^^^, dyke(?); plur.™ 3=1. 



the 



thes-ta __ I , estate, domain, field; 

' '""^^ of Neha-her in the Tuat was 
1^ I 31 I 450 cubits long. 

thesi^^§,^^.^_(],^. 

Rev. II, 179, to speak haughtily or proudly, 
thesi ~\ "^^ , pride, arrogance. 

thesi hat ^ '^, ""^^ O, b.d. 

178, 3, high of heart or courage, bold, proud, 
haughty ; compare Copt. X^Cl ^HX. 

tliesi ^;^0 ^^^, what rises 
to the surface of a liquid, scum, to skim. 

theSUt s=J n o "1 ^'^^, Peasant 299, 
troubles, difficulties. 



thes-ti ^ ' , ^ "* . J**s (-> ^^^ ^^^ 

^ o ci Will' of a bird. 

theSUt ^^ I , *^^ "il ^, teeth. 
- Jl III 



o\> I 

thess (?) 8= 



down- 
dejected. 



, % U. 168,. 

Jr 'cast, dej 

thes&U ""^ ^ ^ O' *" excitable man, 



a man prone to anger 



TH 



[ 862 ] 



TH 



thesd.U ' ' j\ (5 r^, to command, to 
direct; see V^ /). 

thes&u taiu ^"^ (j 



(3 



5 !, 



director of lands " — a royal title. 

theS&S^(]fl.^()P^, chief, lord. 
master ; varr. ^ p ^, ^ -.-^ ^ P 5^^ ^°P^* 

xoeic. 

thes^siu '^""^n 1 ^ i , words, speeches, 
formulae; see Qii, ^'^^ 

. thesi[t] ^jj()(j(B), ^(]l]<s), 

5=* H A H ^, — ^ a kind of fancy bread used as 
j^^^ 1 H ii ' an offering. 

thesi ^=* hh fcs^, to lie on the back 
— H— 1 1 dead (?) 

Thesbu 3=> H J,«=is%^, t. 292, the 

god of circumcision (?) 

thesf-ti ^~7"^^ ^ l^i"<i o^ collar or neck- 
aL=^ \\ ' lace. 

thesem "[[, ^^^ ^ 

, tower on a wall, bastion ; plur. 



I I 1 



thesem ^]^^,Hh. 355,^ 



I^, greyhound; plur. ^'^ ^, IV, 809, 



thesm-t 

bitch. 

thesemu-tchatchar?) ^^ ^ ^, 

/ — r III I 
B.D. 145, 40, dog-headed. 

Thesmu Heru ^ |^ ^ ^ | 



B.D. 13, I, the greyhounds of Horus. 

Th-sena-tnefer-t s=^| (j "^^ T '^, 

title of 
Tefnut. 



t -=" " the beautiful sister "—a title of 



thesten (?) £= P ^ 7^ , Rec. 31, 
170. 172, girdle (?) 

thesthes W« ^ ^^^^ °^ unguent. 

M »— U 

thek , thee, thou. 



thek 



= -ftxeritieioc, A.Z. 1868, 



55, P.S.B. 13, 38, magnet ; compare T€(^, 
to stick, to adhere. 

^ loaf, cake : Copt. 



thek-t 



Thekem 



god of offerings ; van 
(Sai'te) 72, 4. 



, B.D. 99, 13, a 



, B.D. 



theknu 



human victim ; plur. 



"^^ ^' watchman, spy, 



34, 8, var. 



ftAAA/VA -^£^- 



7^ 



I, A.Z. 



I , Israel Stele 24. 



thektan 



W ^^- J\ ill I 

g > ^ rp=r) ^CS^ -^^ 



I 
I I I -8^ J\ ifLL 1' 
i, \.Z. 34, 22, Sphinx 3, 151, 



spies, human victims, Libyan soldiers (?) 



thet '^ ^ , KoUer I, 6, 

c^ X n ^ X J3^ 

Metternich Stele, 3, 5, to separate, to release, 

to set free, to be destroyed. 



thet 



, Rec. 24, 76, 



lO I ^r^ 



85, table, altar, thick staff, cudgel (?) 

thet en renp-t ^^ V | '^^, an 

aromatic substance used in making kyphi ; var. 



Thett " ' ^^, Metternich Stele 51, 
one of the seven scorpion-goddesses of Isis. 

theta 



thetef ^^ 

skip, to scatter (?) 

thetef ' ' 



to send back, to 
reverse. 



X 



j\ 



, to hop, to 






Ci ' i 



AAAAAA , O AV\AAA ^ I\ ^ O AAAAAA i^ , [Q pOUr 

AAAAAA y >-^^ \^\/V^AJ\ ^ ^ — ^ — AAAAAft V J 

out, to sprinkle, to poiir out by drops. 



TH 



[ 863 ] 



TH 






Metternich Stele 170, 
fountain (?) 



thetef 

thetef ci O » a measure. 

thetthet *^^^^^^i^, *^^^^ ' v ^, 

Amen. 12, 10, 13, i, 22, 20, to gossip, to chatter. 
, Hh. 386, to alight. 



theth _ 
theth re 
theth-t " 
thethi 



' ^ *^~^ Amen. 5, 10, 
> 21 i ' babbler. 

, T. 308, tie, binding. 
(2, D^rets 108, inscription. 



Thethu ^^"Bww, U. 549. T. 304, 

a seri>ent-fiend in the 'J'uai. 

thether s^'^, R«v. 13, 6 - ^ 
thethhehut (thehthel;iut) 
thetef 



j , rejoicings ; var. 

=3 X 



\ 



, to spread, to scatter; 



var. o 



^ 



thetef ^§^r*^, to distil, to sprinkle; 



see ci vs/»««A , 



[ 864 J 



^ c=>, = Heb. 1 and to; Copt. T. 

t c=Di, U. 373, P- 434, to give, to set, to 
place; ^"^^j U. 6i, N. 314; c::^ (j , P. 176, 
364; c^=. |](|, P. 176, M. 316, N. 383, Rec. 

[i A ^ **"*" to ^^y oneself flat on 
31, 167 ; ^^^ qq I o I ' the belly in homage. 

tU (?) cr=> I , sandals ; Copt. TOOVe. 

perhaps to be read ter-t for -^^ "^igiJ ; dual 
o, P. 630, """^^^jN. 1371, Hh. 439, 
•^iSij N. 1043, , A.Z. 1908, ii6, 

^§, cr^si, cr^:^; plur. c^d:. o , P. 204, T. 

t8<;,^S, Metternich Stele 24, 25, ,,,,' __ j , 
>J J' o III' O III c:^> I 



; te-t aab-t 

III' o I i • -^ 

Nastasen Stele 9, the left hand. 



cr>sj; 



tet-t-k ab-k cs 

• • /3 

1 1 3, thy heart's desire ; var. 

N. 27. 



, P. 83, M. 




te-t q:, 



Q. IV, 659, the hands cut off 
from slain enemies. 



c^ I — 



I' o I III 



te-ut == _p ' 

^^, c=p V:> ^ I, Rec. 26, 66, a gang 

of five labourers or slaves ; var. ^_n () U _y ^ | • 

Te-t Amen . -^^^^^ Tuat x, the 

o I 1 •-"^-^ 
colossal right hand that grasps the chain where- 
by Aapep is fettered. 

Te-t ent Ast, etc. ^ "^ jj ^ | T 

21, 153A, 8: (i) the opening in the net of the 



Akeru-gods ; (2) the of the net, B.D. 1S3A, 

21; (3) a part of the magical boat. 



te-t setem 



Ch 



^^ Rec. 17, 146, 
T ' servant. 



. „ c^ij hand, i.e., the trunk of an 
le-X (r) ^ , , elephant. 



te-t 

young ox. 



"", IV, 1 121, 



[^], calf. 



te-ti , yearling. 

O w 



te-t 



3 Anastasi I, 24, 5, part of a 

I '■^''^ ' chariot, pole (?) 

te-t hau (?) ^ f" "^ r^y,' P^i^^^) 

of a chariot. 



ta 



ta 



the article "the" (fem.); 
Copt. T. 



, U. 403, to smite ; 



^^ ^^, I, 32, " smiter of all lands." 

A B.D. 45, 2, to flee, to es- 
cape, to pass away. 



a wild animal. 



ta 
ta 



, to tremble, 



to shake, to quake. 

ta-t ci^ 



(^ 



O , trembling, quaking. 



ta c^> '^''"^' ^•^' 39, I ^» emission of 
seed;seealso c^^[)r=^,e^l]'^'^=a. 

tata c^ ^ c^l^'"^, Love Songs, 



produce an emission of seed irregularly ; varr. 

ta cz= 

taa^^[j'^'7f;seetaae^^(|']f. 



5, garment, vestment; var. 



[ 865 ] 



o 



• ^' ^-^'^^^m ©• 



Ta-t 



p. 162, M. 107, N. 20, c=:> ^^ (=ZD, M. 
413, a very ancient name for the Other World; 

see Tuat; '^ ^^^^ ^ ] (| '='« ^' ^^S, 
a lake in the Other World. 



Tait 

a god, the Tuat personified 

Tatiu 

254 

N. 899, 



\.U.44S. 



, T. 



i<i<^, P. 185, M. 298, 

kU. 445. the gods 
' of the Tuat. 

t;a(ti?) <=>^()l|. Hh. 558, — d(](], 
M. 785, ^,^--D, ^, ^^—0^' ^° ^^^' *° 

set, to place, to cause, to allow ; see erti 

(| ^, N. 156, "give!"; ^ (j, P. 204, fl(]"(], 

B.D. 65, 7; A flVif, A DjSt^.Iwill 

not permit ; ^— ^ ^ VN, A . give thyself, 

/>., show thyself. 

tata (titi?) A A, T. 87, 209, N. 618, 



1,36, 



A fl A — 1 A fl 



L-D'^'L-a 



ijj*' '*-^' set, to plac 



ta-t (ti-t) ^, ^i^l)(|^. g'ft, 

present, tribute. 

tata-t (titi-t) ^, A^^. t. 85. 

gift; tllS, IV, 938, gifts. 

p. 148, A A fl^. P-435. M. 622, N. IJ27. 

^ — '^ O^, what the heart gives, i.e., will, 
pleasure, desire ; A , to go with pleasure. 



%a. aq-t ^ ^^' ^^- '« ^^"^^^'y' 

Copt. XA.KO, -f A.KU). 

destroy ; Copt. Xi.KO, -f A.Ka). 

^ta^(](o1^^^.^^,toput 



on the earth, />., to give birth to ; A n <r> , 
A.Z. 1907, pi. I, 3, to land at a place. 

ta im-t V' "IF ^ ^' ^^' '^' ^' '° 

inform ; Copt. TA.AJUULO. 

ta&ri i^ a 

ta athi ^^— ^ 



to cause to do, to make 
to be done. 



Rev. II, 141, t<> carry 
off; Copt. •fxi. 

ta & A fl ' n, ^^^^ v> i- ^ ^ , to give 

the hand, to help, to assist ; Copt, i" XOOX. 

ta ankh ^*— ^ ■¥• , Rec. 27, 8, to rear, 
to keep alive ; Copt. X^Itg^O. 

ta ankh. A ■¥• , one to whom life hath 

beengiven;^f gjpyA^oJ. 
" dowered with life, stability, serenity, health, and 
all joy of heart like Ra." 

Ya-ankhit A"?"^^* Lanzone 112, a 

divine midwife, ^ ([] '• 

taas A ° (q1 rsSn ^. Rev., to fine, 
to mulct ; Copt, -f OCe. 

Rev. II, 165, to destroy ; Copt. XAJCO. 

ta U4i ^ ^ HH ^, Rec. 27, 7. to 
set on the way ; Copt. TA-Olf O. 

ta uab-t A— D /^ ^, Rec 27. 6, to 
purify; Copt. xEfio. 

ta un U D •^*», to cause to be. 



tapehui(?) A— o ^\\» R<^ 37, ", 
to decay, to die off; Copt, f e4>^.^jOTf. 

3 I 



[ 866 ] 



ta em kh ^— ^ 



•O- 



, to put in the 



heart, /'.<?., to bear in mind. 

ta em her en ^ a 



^ 



in the face of, i.e., to put before ; t~~^ 



AAA/W\ J to put 
I 



Kr-^.., to lay a charge on one. 

ta meh ^^-^ ^°^ ft' ^^"^-^ ^^ ^^^^^^ 

a fire ; Copt, 'f JULO^. 

. ta mesha ^— ^ ^lil ^, Rev. n, 184, 

to walk ; Copt, 'f JULOOCye. 

ta metr ^ q («==xD 1 ^, to correct. 

ta nla ^ 5 (j() ^^, j„ur. As. 

1908, 252, to appoint ; Copt."^nei. 

^ ^ <3i Lanzone 112, a 



Tanubit A 
tatare ° 



r^wsn o 



divine midwife. 

appellant, plaintiff, 
petitioner. 



i^. 



to put in [its] 



ta er as-t ^ — ^ 

place, i.e., to restore. 

ta er ber ^ <^=>^^, Rev. 12, 87, to 

sell ; Copt. 'I" e^oX. 

ta rekh A o "^^ Jl to make to know, 
LA & W I.e., to inform. 

ta (ti) res-tep ^ f ^ ^, iv, 1153, to 

set a watchman. 

ta retui ^^— ^ ""^^ f ? ^, Herusatef 

Stele 118, to direct the feet towards someone or 
something. 

j Mar. Karn. 53, 21, 
I ' to exercise care. 

Rev. 14, 15, to hide; 

' Copt, "f^con. 

^ Rev. 12, 107, 
[TD' to marry. 



fM 



taha 

tahep 

ta hem-t ^— ° b;^ 

o 

tahems V.^®"]" ^^^- '7, 7, 

to dwell, to make inhabited ; Copt. T^eJULCO. 

ta her a n "^ ^*^ ^^^^ ^^^ ^^^^ towards 
I ' someone. 

ta her ges A_fl M^ ^^^, to set aside, 

to push out of the way, to yield, to become 

partial; a** , impartial. 



ta her ta ^ ^ '■ , to put on the 

ground, to depose, to throw into the street. 
141, to inflame; Copt. "^^AJLOJUL. 

ta kheper a o ^ 



w H^ ■ ^ ■ 

, Rev. II, 142, to make to be, to beget; 

D 



o 
^ — ^ "^ " ^^^ Pi"), IV, 1 106, to cause to be 
done into writing ; Copt. 'f'cyCJOne. 

ta Sa A fl [q] , Annales III, 109, to give the 

back, i.e., to turn the back in flight, to visit. 

ta siau ^ — ° 



wwvA, Rec. 27, 7,^^ — '^ 
/)/] A A A ° ^^^' '^' ^'^°' *° ^^^^ to drink; 

SH il 4 III' Copt, xcio, tcei. 

Ta-sma-ba-er-kha-t IVT^^,<=^ 



5 



Berg. I, 23, a bird-god who rejoined the 
soul to the body. 



ta sent a a ^^ ^, to terrify, to frighten. 

ta than ^ -L^, to give breath to some- 
one, i.e., to spare the life of. 

ta te-t (?) A_a ^ *« g^^^ ^^^ hand z>., 

• • ^ ^ o. I to help. 

ta tchatcha L^^,^^—^ii^, Heru- 

satef Stele 118, to give the head, i.e., to show 
oneself. 

ta tchatcha er ta 4__fl ® <=z> "^^ Jjj 

, to lay the head on the ground, i.e., to die. 
tau A .•'" , rations, provisions. 

ta hetch A [ a==o , white bread. 



tatau rzS, ^o ^_j] 
• • o ill i^ — am 



(s °, Ebers 
III 

Pap., rev. 11, iff., Roller 4, 2, ^ !\l\ ,^, 
A—D A-^^! A—D 



ci o I 
1 



WO I 



no L-Df\^ L-Jif\ 

L-ji'ioV A— fl H ill' A_fl H o' A_fl H 

A A ° , fuller's earth; Copt, 'f^ in peq*]"^ 

ta-ti (?) 



taa 



■k!ls. 



O , bundles (?) 

Rec. 31, 14, a sheet of 
cloth or linen. 



[ 867 ] 



Peasant 46, garment, sheet of cloth. 

'7^'=|f,B.D.8,,8,c^-^(]<af^.A.Z. 
1906, 28, garment, sheet of cloth, cordage ; 
c=>^^^C=5, A.Z. 49. io8-ci=3 

tau& shennu <=>^^ (j ^ 5 ^ "Oi.. 

coverings made of hair. 

tain ==-'k^^ 



tabu (?) = "^ J n °. oboii. »■*■ 

tap c=>'^D,U' '^*' '^- »'7. N. 454 



ru; var 



L-fl 



, to sprinkle. 



loaf of bread 
or cake. 



tataf (titif) 

Tafnut (Tifnut) t^Jj* a goddess- 
the female counterpart of Shu. 

• "^^^V ^^ "fT ' ^^ tema, temam. 
tamer-t (timer-t) ^— ° ^ , *^ , 



TainAuna^-^qYUeVkl I A S' A P n' '""^'"- ^'"'• 



I , L.D. III, 21 1, 4, ="^ (1 ~«-" (1 e 

I ^, All-K. 1 1 88, a Mediterranean people. 

The matu Danuna '^ ^](\ V- »-^f (B.M. 
88-10-13, 56) of the Tall al-'Amimah tablets. 

taar (tar) c^^*^ (j -vn L— V), Peasant 



(usually in a bad sensed to oppress, to constrain, 
to use the corvee, to ill-treat. 

tauar ^^f^^^ft. a 

measure of some kind. 

taus (tins) l^^ '?'' V?" G' 
P.S.B. 15, 475, to cut into, to engrave; Copt. 
TtUC. 

tab ^-"^ J (5' P- '9'. T. 117A, 

J]5i(-°, Shipwreck47.<^^J^H:' 

P. 94, M. 118, N. 57; plur. c=>J^<-*^; 
y czrx^ , P. 692, a string of figs. 



one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. i). 



tang 



S \ 



, P. 401, 



^.^,M.57^,e=>;^S^<'^>.N. 
dwarf ; Amharic J^ *" ' 



'\ 



"79. 



tar c^^ ^ v^ , Rec. 31, 14, to oppress, 



Tarteniu 



<=>■ I I I 

a Mediterranean people. 



I I I 
ry\A , Rougd I.H. 206, 240, 



, An- 



tarina (m'rina ? ) 

nales IV, 132, lords, nobles. 

tas c^Ds^^— ••— , an object painted on 
early coffins (Lacau), knife (?) 



tas 



U-fl 



, to slit, 



to cut up, to make gashes. 

takr (tikr) ^^ a, Rev. n, 178; sec 



/3 , to set away, to carry off (?) 

7^ 



tag 



Tag 



S^, IV, 1 208, to plant - 
; Copt. XU3<re. 

Q^, N. 1179; sec 



\ , the dwarf-god. 



3 » 2 



[868 ] 



see 



l]c=a), 



tagi c^::. <^S [Jl|, A.Z. 1864, 107, bat. 

Tatemtch(?) -^^-^^'^^^ 
Tomb Seti 1, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 1). 

Tatenen-t (Titenen-t) A ^11 ^. » 

primitive earth-goddess. 

taa c^sa (1 ^^ f^^m, emission of seed; 

vestment, cordage ; van ^^ V^ II M ; Copt. 

taabiu (tabiu) cr^:^^ J Oil '^j wolves, 

jackals, hyenas ; Assyr. "-ffj^ f:^ '^'- (Rawl. 
C.I.W.A. II, 6, 4, i), Heb. l^t, Arab, ^j^, 
Syr. itfaMV, Chald. ^^^1, Eth. Hj^f) ; . 

taar-t c:^:^ (1 ^^ v^ o *=^; var. c=^> 
^^> (1 o ^, oppression, constraint, restraint. 

Ub cr^ (] J 1^, ^^^- ^7, "3, wolf; Heb. 

tas c::^^. \\ — ^ g|, to sit. 

tata 0=^:3 1] cn^iJ (| 5 -^ ' Hymn Darius 34, 
to trample upon, to beat down. 



tab-t 



a 



j:i. 



purification, a purifying. 



ti 



2^ 



\\, A.Z. 1912, 99, o^, A.Z. 1893, 



108, 00 (1(1 e, here, there; Copt. TTA.!, TH. 



ti ,NastasenStele68,^^o, Dream 



W Ti 



Stele 31, 



w 



£55, to wait, to stand still, to 



remam ; ^ ^ T 

ti-t c^ 



7\ 



, Rec. 21, 86. 



J , pleading, defence (?) 
tii-t <— =^ (1(1 , B.D. 102, 6, produce, gifts. 

^ I [q1 01 r\e., A?oy, the 1st month of the Mace- 



donian year = part of October and part of 
November. 

Nastasen Stele 40, 47, beasts, cattle; Copt. 

nrEnoote. 

O 



0^0 



Tifnu-t w 

counterpart of the god Shu. 

timai-t 



, the female 



W 



Herusatef Stele 
1 ^ I, 

143, towns. 



I I I 



tirga 



w 



S '^^' dwarf; see 



Titi 



52, 13, Thes. 1203, a Libyan king. 



\\ 



titi "" 
titi-t 
Tith 



w w 

W W 



Q B.M. 5633, 9, pot, vessel, 



measure. 

'^ Love Songs, 3, 12, 
wine cellar (?) 

Tuat VII, a goddess 
in the Tuat. 

tU(?) = = , T. 229, '", lllll, Vc, five; 

f = <^ "^ the festival of the five epago- 
1 =<cz>_i[' menaldays; Copt. '|"H. 

tu-nu "'0, tu-nut "'" , fifth. 



, Tuat III, two 



givers. 



goose-gods in the Tuat. 

tU c^^,logive;^l, 1^^, 

IV, 322, 329, to land at a place. 

tU (tchu) C^%\, U. i,T. 347, ^^, 



i^=Ci 



-IT I I I Jl I I I J^ I (2 © Ui 

bad, or evil, or stinking; Cr^a v\ , Rec. 31, 

be not thou bad of smell ; bu tu J | ^ "^ , 
J y^ fa ^^^^ J badness, wickedness. 



[ 869 ] 



c^ 



XXL-t C^:^^, P. 643, M. 679, N, 1 241, 

I ^. Jour. A. .,,8. ,85.^-^1^, 
bad thing, evil, wickedness; plur. ^*» 



^ 



I I' 



C^ 



I I I 



', Peasant 288, 



t^^rtjflJ^.Rec 16,13a. 
•wicked person. 

tu qetu c^ ^ '^ ^ ""^ I ^, IV, 

1078, evilly disposed men, men naturally bad. 

Tu-t ^ ^ mh , B.D. 15 (Ani, sheet 20), 
44, god of evil in the form of a serpent. 

■'■""^^^Sl' B.D.G. .356. <==^] 

(] ^ L— fl 3 , the god of evil, />., Set. 



Tutu (Tui) 






, Nesi-Amsu 32, 15, 



^"^ ISSm Tuat X, god of evil, i.e., Aapep, or 
(^^ ' Set. 






Tutu c=£l^[^^, ^-Mnn, 






, one of the 42 judges in the hall of Osiris, 



a devil in the 7th Pylon of the Tuat, a title of 
Aapep. 

(^^^C^ %^^ Jj, B.D. 125, II, one of the 
42 assessors of Osiris. 

Tutu-her ^^^ ^ '''"'"^ ^^™- ^^' ^°' 

' C^^ ' a serpent-god. 

Tu-hetep C^ ^ "^ ^"^ Jj , a name 
or title of a god. 



W 



Tutu-s (?) 

the name of a rudder 



\ 



Tu-qetu ^^^ 



1 



, B.D. 122, 3, 
a title of 



0($. 



mh. 



Set. 



tu c=3 ^{\ anm , A.Z. 1878, 49, , 

_zr I >i. I Dnm 

, anm, Q^, , hill, mountain ; plur. 



t^^^, IV. 1062, C>D^^".IV,889. 

j^Q^,iv,9S5, ^^1, ^ ^^^. (2em' 

Rev. 1 1, 68 ; Copt. XOOTf. 

tutiuc-)^"'^J) I. •'•»•"'•■*»• 

^ j^ /^i &r O I mountaineer*. 

Tul(P) i^, N. 969. ^!""l. "» 

two mountains, i.e., of sunrise and sunset (Bakha 

and Manu?). 

Tui , N. 969, the two mountains be- 

tween which the deceased emerges (?) 

C::^ o . ft Rec. 16, 109, a mountain- 



Tuit 



eo o 



f^- 



goddess (?) 



Tu &mi Khert-neter 



yi' 






If^ 



the mountain in the Other World. 



Tu Amenu ^^ (] ^ If^' , "h»U of 



Q^ 



the west " — a name of the cemetery. 

I QUID I .^ AAAAAA I I ..J 
y^ "holy mountain," the modem Gebel 
( J ' Barkal at the foot of the Fourth Cataract. 

tu baa-t offlD ^pot o , B.D.G. 3, 183, 

^ I ooniD o 

a hill of metal, or a hill containing mines. 



Tu-f ^,U. 57o.f^ 



, B.D. 31, 4. 



read Tepi tU-f, " he who is on his hill," i.e., 
Anubis ; fern. >i.ea^ , P. 608. 



Tu menkh (?) Rerek (i^ l^j 

lism, B»D. 149, a mountain in the 7th Aat; 
var.(Sa,te) (|^^^- 

Tu en Amau'^_.V. ""•'*•" 
Tu en Bakha 



I nrna 






^^, mount of Sunrise ; see Bakha. 

) rmm ^ \\ SQID 

, mount of Sunrise. 

3 » 3 



Tu en Bekhan 



J 



[870] 



Tu en Maatiu aa^vaa 



I, the 



hill of the righteous, the holy hill of the 
beatified. 

Tu en Khent cmd ^^^^ ^ , the hill 

country south and east of Egypt. 



Tu en Khert-neter 






B.D. 149, a mountain in the 4th Aat 



Tu en Kenmut 



/VAftAftA /VAA/vAA 



^1' 



, the 



mountain ridge between Egypt and the Oasis of 
Khargah. 



C:^ 



the Nubian 



_~T", mount 



ffiff 



Tu en Kesh 

Tu Heru-nub 

of the Golden Horus. 

Tuseml^fl|^114,u.493, f p 

^ M (](), N. 945, the mountain of R _^ 



o 



^■1' 



U-493. 



Tu Sehseh (^^3 -*- 

N. 945, the mountain of I ^ ^Ijl 

Tui qaui aaui ^ ^ ^^^\ 

B.D. 149, a high double mountain on which 
lived a serpent 70 cubits long. 



(^£] 



the Red Moun- 



tain (near Cairo). 



Tuteshfer] — \ , 

tu (^ ^ -^ , N. 679 

tu-t C^ ^K" "^^j a bird. 

tu , Bubastis Ki, a. kind of altar vessel. 

Y7 



tu-a(?) {^^ 



^'^ 



, Hearst Pap. XI, 16, 



t^^ ^ knife, scalpel, knife used in circum- 
— 1 ^' cision (?) 



Tu-a {^=^ 



,T. 292; var. 



■^ 



god of circumcision (?) 



tu ^ 5 > o ^ "^^^^^ ' bandlet, garment. 



tu ^ ^5^, lion. 



tutu 



(Q (3 



5a^. lion; var. ^ ^ 5ak- 



Tutu 



© (^ 



a son of the goddess 
Neith. 



tiia -lie '^^nP *° ^^ something in the morn- 






'n. O Vc 
tua -k ^ , Q, ^ 



(3 



O 






>(3 



o 
1 ' 

o, 



o 



w 



, ^ 



^;:;;, ^(j^o the 



morning, to-morrow morning; Copt. TOO'^'I, 
^TOTe, Amharic nVi"? tuwat. 



tuait c^i 

29, 147, i< 



fi 



^ ^, U. 512, T. 325, 



the dawn, the early morning. 



O' ^ 
O ' ^ 



, ^ 



o 



o 

I' 



O' "^O' 



tuai ^O ni,i43.-^f|^®, 



matu 



tinal, belonging to the dawn. 

Tuai [^] -^ '^(jl] ^ ^, Rec. 32, 85, 

god of the dawn. 

Tuau ^^^ O. B.D. 17, 16, a lion- 
god, symbol of " To-day." 

Tuau ci^f] .^.'P-^7^'^^^fl^' 

M. 660, ^:^> -f^ i< ^, N. 1275, c— ^3 ^ 

^^, R 178,-^, R 356, ^^fl^^ 
M^ , N. 1070; .z^ f] "g "] ^, N. 68, 
the star of the morning 

Tua-t 

the planet Venus as a morning star. 

Tuai-ti ^^i](]^^.>^^(lfl^l' 

m 

Tua ur 



. ^ ^, R 244, M. 446, N. 1056, 



^0 W 



, god of the morning ; 

Tuai is his father 
and mother. 



f]* 



d 



, P- 



589, ^ ^=t, R 643, M. 680, c^:^ ^ >lc ^=t 

Q ^ N. 953, 1242, the "great star of the 
ffl-^' morning." 

Tua-t neter 1 ^ '^^^ f the high- 

+ I <o priestess of Amen. 



[871] 



tua neter Tc=> ^ ^, U. 199, N. 24, 

888, i c:=::i ^ ^ )Jk: , P. 80, 172, M. 110, 
"jc^^x^, P. 178, 1^.268,"] c=:>^ 
yc ^ . M. 688, g '^l ^ , T. 276, P. 29, ^ "], 
M. 40, c:=> fj ^ "] ^ , N. 68, "=[ ^ 



ic j|, B.D. 109, 10, the star of the god. Later 
^== f] ^ *• ^- '^'9- ==■ f]' ^^^ f] 

IV, 1 08 1, to praise, to adore, to honour. 

tua-t ^c ^^^ ^ , praise, a hymn of praise ; 

^t^t^,j|^^ Thes. 1286, praises, praisers, 
Jl Jl A' written hymns of praise. 

to thank God, to offer thanksgiving. 

tua sa (?) ^^\^, Herusatef Stele 67 

Tuai i< M, Tuat I, a singing-god. 



Tuati ^"^^^^ Mar. Aby. I, 45. a 

double god whose shrines were in ^ and 

fl I 

TuaiU ^'^^ ^ |, ^ 1](] |, Tuat X and 
XI, a group of singing-gods, 

7uaanu <=> ^ ^^ ^ ^, M. 484, 

a god; varr. c=:3«|.'^^^, N. 1251, 
^, P. 269. 

Tua-ti m'ketit en neb-s ^ ^ 

S^ r© 5^' '^"^^ ^^' '^^ Hour-god- 



dess in the 9th Division of the Tuat. 

Tua-mut-f c^3 ^ ^*^.^, u. 219, 

^^, M. 495, N. 592, 1279. ^^"^ 

t—"-^ ^ ] ^^ a^ ' °"^ °^ ^^^ ^^^^ ^^"^ *^^ 
Horus and god of the eastern quarter of the 
heavens. He protected the lungs and heart of 
the deceased. 

Tua.mu^f * ^ ^. * ^ ^. 

the god and festival of the 6th day of the month. 
Tua-mut-f ic \\ ^ , goddess of the 
14th day of the month. 

Tua.mut-f*^'||^^^. 

B.D. 99,' 22, a bolt-peg in the magical boat. 

7ua-qebh-f .... -^Ac [y fe^<, Denderah 
III, 9, 29, a serpent-god. 

Tua-t ^^^^^.U.381, •'^, •' 
Rec32. 176,®"^^, ®^,®, ^ 



^ , a very ancient name for the land of the dead. 



[872] 



and of the Other World ; 



^ 



,n 



X O X , the everlasting Tuat ; 



, Rec. 26, 225 ; 



, the hidden Tuat. 



^Uat ^ , Tuat VIII, a circle in the Tuat. 



^ 



Tua-ti ^ 

^ w 



w 



^ 



w 



<^ w 



^ J) , the god of the Tuat ; varr. ^'^ ^ J) , 



arr. Vc 

(i) a god with a paddle ; (2) one of the 75 
forms of Ra (No. 41), Tomb Seti I ; (3) a star- 
god in the Tuat (VII) ; (4) a singing-god 
(Tuat I). 

Tuatiu ^=^^ ^ ^ °. P- 245, <^^=^ 

f\^^^^, N. 1057, ^ 



(2 



w 



c^ 



.* 



I , the gods and other 



beings of the Tuat ; ':k ^^., Horus of the Tuat 
(XI), a form of Af the dead Sun-god. 

tuai-t ^Jljni^, Q^^® 

^^, Rev. 12, 116, death, destruction. 

tuaut i< %%> 
tua-t ^c ' 



'^ j hollows, abysses, 
U3 I ' empty places. 



. , a plant ; plur. ^c "^ . 



I, out- 



tua-utc?) ^^^^, ^ 

cry, roar; plur. J _p gf |> „ 
^ , to bear, to carry, to support. 



tua-taui 



(S 



^^, 



Palermo Stele, "Tua-taui" ships of 100 cubits 
(in length). 

tua-t c^3 -C) "^^ ^, pillar, one of the 

four supports of the sky ; var. tua c^ 



^\^=^, M- 744 

Tuat VII, a star- 
goddess. 



Q^ 



Tuaau cr:^ ^ "^ h ^, Denderah IV, 
6^, a serpent-warder of a coffer. 

tuau-^ (?)^fl\^,^.f]\l, 

^ A I V n ' ^^^y °^^ ^^ unguent. 

tuaut ^^^^,^^^, 
Tuatheth J^ 

ink ^^^\ (1 W, vineyard. 
tua Qr^^l), U. 96, C^^lj'g^, 
^()^,M.2oi,N.374,C^(l,^^()^, 

tua-t [^£](]^'^, f^^^f]'^'^' 

Rec. 29, 146, [^^ vT "^.j a bird. 
tua [M] n (3 , mountain, hill. 

tuau c^lj^O, p. 398, [^1:^5. 

N. 1175, (^^(j^ O, (^\l\ 0, pot, 

vase, vessel, kind of drink (?) 

■«"■-■ a 11 n. ^ £^ '-> ^ a drink offering, 

tuau C^^^'-<=>, libation (?) 

tui ^:^^%> (](] ^. to cry out, to call; 
Tui (M]^ (](j ^, Tuat VIII, a god. 



Tuit C^ [1(1 <=?=^, Tuat X, a group of four 
goddesses who acclaim Ra. 

tuma (tmau?) X\ '» bodies of 

singing-men or singing-women, choirs. 

tun c::^ 4* -=-" T. 308, d^ ^- (® , 
Rec. 30, 192, to string a bow. 

tun c^^ -^^ J\, Rec. 21, 8, 27, 226, 



^^ 






, Anastasi I, 25, 9, 
, Herusatef Stele 104, 



\\7\' 






[ 873 ] 






^7^, A.Z. 1908, 118, 
7^ 



o e 



, Rev. 12, 



114, e""^ -*» "'"''^ , to Stretch out, to reach out, 

to extend, to stretch the legs in walking, to lift 
up, to rise up, to raise, to bear ; Copt. TCOOT It ; 

see also c^ ^^ j\ and s=» ^^ ^^ 



tun 



^^&^, A.Z. 1872, 121, 



MNAAAA 7J 



■^^ ^ ^^ > to draw and quarter (?) 

tun c^^i -^^ kS , to get on the back of 

a bull tied and bound for sacrifice in order to 
stab him. 



Tunia 



^^w J\ 



, the 



name of one of the instruments used in perform- 
ing the ceremony of Opening the Mouth. 

Tun-pehtl ^ J^ JH, the name 

.^SiJ 7\ o v\ ill 
of the doorkeeper of the 2nd Arit. 

. ■ ^ AAAAAA . ■ w /n n 

Tuat IV, one of the haulers of the boat of 

Af. 

„^ the god of the loth 
o ' day of the month. 

AAAAAA 



!■ 



^ A r^ ^' "■•'• ■«■ 



Tun-hat 
Tun-hati 

the doorkeeper of the 2nd Arit. 

Tunanu ^=^> J^ "TT^ "^ ^, n.. i 25 i ; 
var. 'sAAAAA O v\, P. 269, a god. 

^ ■ ^ AAAAAA A 

t)UnU ^^^ M fa ' ^ P^^"^ °'" shrub, 
a green substance. 

tunu e^ 4. o ^ ^ , A""^>«« 9, 155 



tur 



^=t 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



'^?. 



AAAAAA , 
AAAAAA ' 
AAAAAA 

AAAAAA 
AAAAAA , 
AAAAAA 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA , 
AAAAAA 



^^ za AAAAAA YV 

■^sr s] AAAAAA, c;::^ Vftv 

<Z> N AAAAAA _Zr 



to clean, to purify; var. 
, B.D. 99, 31. 

teb c:=>J |, c=>J^ |, Hh. 396, sandal, 
sole of the foot ; Copt. XOOIfe. 



F^erusatef Stele 15, <^> J fi fi ^^. Nistasen 
Stele 64, sandals, soles of the feet, footsteps. 

teb ^=^^J ^, ct=3 J (] ^, Rcc 27, 223, 

c:=> J O Q , c^ J (2 I^, e=:. J ^ 1^, 

c^Jfjel^, -^-jq^I^. hippo. 

potamus, pig ; var. o U i^ ; plur. c::=> 11 ^ 

, Peasant 206, c= J (](] I^ j, Amen. 

teb c=5i J \^, ^ I , horn ; dual teboi 

, horn of the South, c—^ U "V ^, 

\> I ,-3 ^ £:i \\ 

horn of the North ; Copt. T"A.n. 

tab c= J \, IV, 657, c:=3 J \ ^ I , 
IV, 651, horn, i.e., wing, of an army. 

tebi-t ^J(](];, ^JV3« 

teb <-^~^ y A ' *° decorate, to adorn ; sec 
tcheba 



teb c:^ II ^--^. ^"^ ""^^LyP', *° '*°P "P* 

^ J LE to block a passage. 

tebb ci^i> J J D, Peasant 234, to stifle, 

to suffocate, to have the nose stopped. 

tebb ^^^> J J ^ ' ^ ''"'^ ^^' ^"^ 
turn (?) ; -Copt. ee&i. 

teb - 1 c::^5i u crra , Metternich Stele 53, 
<— -a y , settlement, inhabited district. 

teb-t <=> J ^ kiS^i ^^^ J "^^^ (^' 

box, coffer, coffin, sarcophagus, shrine ; Copt 

ee&i. 

rrebutiu (Tchebutiu) AJ^v^^ 



[ 874 ] 



Rec. 31. 163, A s Jj I , Rec. 30, 190, the gods 
in their shrines or coffins. 

c=.J ^, .:^J "^^^1 , Rev. 14, 36, brick, 

tile, block, the tile on which a woman sits to 

bring forth (Rec. 2, 109); o '^^ 1 1 1 1 <:=^:^ J , 

Rev. 14, 14, the four faience bricks or tiles in 
Heliopolis ; Copt. XUJ.S.e. 

teb-t e=^ J ^^ ^ I ^ f ^''' '^- '3. 



14 



teb, teba ^=^3 J "^j Methen 7, c^^ J 
-^;0, U. 146A, N. 454, -^^^ J 6 . P- 94, 1^1. 1 18, 
N. 57, c^J*^, c^J^l^iff^, fig; plur. 

=-jo":^--j6V=-JHr;;- 

^Js ; |; var.=^^j6; Copt. ^T. 



teb ^=^> il ^ , fig wine. 



a fruit-bearing shrub or tree. 

tebit ciSa J (]{] '°', the fruit of the same. 

tebi-t=.J(j(jO,==,J(](j»0,jars 
of fig wine. 

lack strength, be helpless; -^^ c--=^ 1 

0°^ I> 42, "his condition is hopeless" 
^^' ■ (of a sick man). 

teba ci^:^ J "^ "^^ - ' Peasant 48, 



e 



», to requite, to restore some- 



thing, to pay back, to reward, to indemnify, to 
exchange, to barter, to pay ; Copt. TUXJL3.fi.e. 

tebau -=J^^^AIi- 

Peasant 318, reward, answer, reply, payment, 
restitution ; er tebu <:z=» A J % jl' i" re- 
turn for, because of ; Copt. 6 X^G.' 



teba-t c^^ J 



, 



teba' 



a table of offer- 
ings. 



^ 



to shut up, to close up, to cover over; see 



teba-t 



rj' 



^ \> 



J "^^^ , funerary chest or coffer, coffin, 



sarcophagus, tomb; c;^? (^^ ^^ 1, 

shroud (?) 

teba c^i. J"^^^, Rev. 13, 86== 
, vestment ; Copt. 0E.IUJ. 

Teba==J^^. ^JW, 

Tuat III and IX, a goddess who swathed Osiris. 

Tebai ^^^ J "(^ (1(1, Tuat XII, a 
sailor-god who attacked Aapep daily. 

Tebait c:^> J "(^ ^ , Tuat VIII, a 
goddess in the Circle Hep-seshemu-s. 

Teba-t-neteru-s c^^i 11^^^ ^ 

«=! ! n , , Tuat VIII, the 8th Division of the 

111"=^' ■ Tuat. 



Teba-temt 

Lit. 40, 97, one of the 75 forms of Ra. 

teban cs^j J rs n "^S' ^'^'^^^'^y' ^^eceit. 
tebarc^J^^^^.Rec. 

19* 95 = A -H- > shrine, inner chamber; com- 
pare Heb. 'T^l'lj I Kings vi, 5, 16, etc. 

Tebati -^ ' "^ ^ '^ 



^ ^ Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms 

teba 



teba-t 
teba 

tebi 



of Ra (No. 35). 
J (](^, finger; see '^ J d| 

^ J 1 ^ ^ , Rev. 13, 41, box, 



reward, restitu- 
. tion. 



Rev. 14, 68, payment, 
discharge of a debt. 



[875] 



Tebi_J(](]']|.Tua.jn,^a^do,. 

tebi-t c:==> J (](] ^ , part of a chariot; 
plur. c=5 J M ^^^^, Anastasi I, 26, 6, 

tebi-t c:=3 J M ^ , plinth, pedestal, 

brickbase(?);c^=^Jl(j()'=^' (fl P ^' 

^J'11^ I P^. Rev. 13, II. 

tebu ci^ J ^ O £5:5 , a period of time ; 

Jo. 

Tebmesthumut (?) c^3j|£=5%^ 

^^,Hh.233,agod(?) 

teben c--=^^ jLaaaaa, p. 122, M. 9i,ci^ii 

J7\ , U. 194, 514, M. 336, Rec. 31, 20, 
/VAAAAA 



var. o 



© ^^ 

1900, 117) (WWAA , 



7\ ' ©A' 
^^ y^ , A.Z. 



, Nastasen Stele 36, to 



revolve, to go about, to wander round a place, 
to make the circuit of a place. 



tebnen c: 
tebenben 



J^^ . Rec. 31, 27, to 
"Z^ * wander round. 



y /WVV\/>A jj 



/\ 



L.D. 



III, 1 40B, to wander, to circle; see -vvwa. 



teben-teben 



7^ , to revolve, 



/VS/SA/\A AAAAAA 



to wander; see /^awva. 



teben 



J/\AAA/V\ 
Q,P.28,M.38. 



O I o 



O.T.275, 

^ , N. 68, circle, circuit, circumference, 
\^ , around, 



a circular surface; 
roundabout. 



Teben pekhar Me^ (?)-nebu c^^ J 

;o^fgT.,„.<=.J^O 

:f ^. p. ,8. ^j^o 

o = 



D 

on 



N. 68, 



, N. 98. 



the complete circuit of the northern coast of 
the Mediterranean and of the Greek Islands. 



Teben-ur 



,, Ombos I, 83, a god 



of marsh produce and sea produce. 

Teben -semu (seshmu) -taui 

P ^ ^ ^ ^ ?^' ^■°- '*' "^ '**• 

the rudder of the western heaven. 

teben ^=:^> U , tambourine, flat drum. 

v^, Kubban Stele 16, 
^ ^ , the lock of hair that grew over 
the right temple ; var. \ U V/ ^ . 



teben en tchatcha (?) 

IV, 712, helmet. 



D 



?. 



M 



teben ^'^ Kbers Pap. 93, 19, a 
I I ' kind of garment. 

teben c^;^ J ^ Q, U. 258, P. 265, 
477,N. 718, i245;var. c=^J^|^ |, 



coffer, sarcophagus. 

teben c:^:. J _ 

AVHAAA />A«^AA IV, I I 24, 

CZl CD 



mn , Peasant 1 66, 
3i ^], a weight =- 



, or about 91 grammes. 



Rev. 13, 41, weight of 
silver (?) 



I o qet-t u 
^ ' } nrtm 

teben a^aa/va y^^ ° clay (?) 
o III O (Sill -^ ^ ' 

teben r^ 

Tebha (Tchebha) ^ra'^^]. 

a form of Aapep, or Set ; Gr. T«'»0fti'. 

tebh ^, U. 219, ^ J |. P- 31S. 

N. 162, IV, 1007, c=:3 J ? ^— ^, Pap. 

30,4.80, ^Jl^, ^Jl^l^ 



[876] 



to beseech, to entreat, to supplicate; Copt. 

tebhu cz^ I|S%^, ^^^^^'^ .'"PP^^- 

^ X Ja ^ ant, petitioner. 

tebhe-t ^J^^, N. 380, c^^J| 

, Rec 31, 170, c:^> 8^^, o , 
, entreaty, prayer, supplication. 



te»'t^-=-jtr7:.^ji^li. 



Ji 



(3 I 



I, Amen. 17, 19, 20, 



^ ^ ^ ^, Rec. 27, 231, 



I I I 



JI 
Jl 



Y7 ^ I 



''=^= propitiatory 
III' offerings. 



tebeh-t or tebeh-t hetep cs^j J § ^ 
J I =-=, IV, 770. S j^, 

, Eg. Texts I, 53, ^^ J I 
, IV, 872, 



, . 

^ D 

*= III ^ D I I I 



, Rec. 26, 211, 
^ D I III 01 



, offerings and offering table. 



I, something that is required or is 



necessary, necessary equipment, furniture, tools, 
implements ; plur. c^> J |^_^^ ' ' ^ X ^ ' " 



tebh 



Ci 



* 






\> 000' * ^ X 



^ a grain 
' measure. 



tebh=^J|^,^J|^,IV,635, 
pot, vessel, vase ; plur. cisfzp J 9 ^ • 

tebh (?) W , Stele of Ptolemy I 

Teb-her (Tcheb-her) A J ^T c^ > 

Berg. 16, a jackal-god with two serpent-rods (?) 

Teb-herk ^=^^\ ^ , god of the 8th 

day of the month. 



Teb-her-keha-at 



q> 



ra 



_ , B.D. 144, the herald of the 5th Arit; 



O' 



J? 



I ra 

Tebhes ^ 



, B.D. 147. 



JP 



N. 154, a god of 
' funerary offerings. 

tebkhu c^^J®^^, IV, 781, slaughter, 

Heb. nil3 , compare Arab. ^ , Syr. m •;>\ . 

tebteb ^=^^J^^=> J. ^=^1^^^^! 

\^, ^ ^ , c^^ J e^:^ J A , Amen. 5, 
II, to stab, to slay, to kill. 

tebteb c^i- J e^::. J ^, Ebers Pap. 

42, 10, to beat (of the heart). 

■jjgp "^^^^^^jW" ^^^^^^ to spit, spittle, exu- 
D f ' D ' dation. 

tep , to shine upon, to illumine. 

•jjgp ^=^^'—[-p bandlet, tiara, fillet for the 
D I ' head. 

t^P ln\ > box, chest, coffer : plur. 1 , 

D U-U D D I 

taste; ^ (]() "~| ^ > A.Z. 1905, 38, 

ibid. 37, (J /Ci, U. 49 ; Copt. TCJOn. 

4 D I 



□ © 



tep-t — ",u.i5,"^^,"^^^, 



taste ; Copt. 'file. 

tep-t re "% Or > something 

pleasant to the smell or taste. 

tep-t ^"^ n. U. 108, ^"^^ R, ""^^ A I, 

U. 49. N. 280, ^^(^, ^^Q, 



a kind of cake or bread, dainty pastry. 

tep o , fruit, pomegranates (?). 

Do 



[ 877 ] 



Tepit ^^ ^, the town-god of 
X epa — a division of the town Pe-Jep. 
^ep-t dJ3£g vsAWN, Amen. 25, 15, 






DO 



•T^ 



V^ , Peasant 221, a boat or barge; 

i; VTV , Palermo Stele, the royal barge. 



Tepu - neteru ^a^ 



d<2i& 



1 III' 



see 



I n 

■pep-ta ^a^ 



^- 



Tuat III, the tunnel, 



with a bull at each end, through which Af was 

I 
III' 



towed in his boat. Called also s^att:. \ 



to 
paddle. 



N. 1005, 1007, paddle, oar; dual vll' 

, M. 826, N. 1318, a pair of paddles ; 



Compare Heb. H^* Arab. JJjj. 



tepi 



boatman in general. 



, paddler, rower, 



tepa ^^, , to overstep, to transgress. 

tepd ^^^^ 1] <0 , to sniff, to snuff the air. 

Tepan ^^^^fl'y^fiwn Tuat V, a serpent- 
* D 1 Aws/\A ' god, servant of Seker. 

Tepi "^ (] Q , Tuat IX, a singing-god. 

tepi 
tepi 



m- 



Rev. II, 65, hippopota- 



mus. 



, Tombos Stele 9, IV, 

84, 616, ' 'l\l\ «saca., Israel Stele 20, "de- 

vourer " — an epithet of the crocodile. 

. .. ^=^:^ !\!\ „ taste; Copt. TOn, 

tepit ^ 1)1] o, ^^g- 

Tepit ^^^^ fl!) ^» ^ ''^'^ °^ Hathor. 
t^epu \\ » vase, vessel, pot 



tept •=^|(). applejplur. ^5,;. 

^5^1 1° i Copt, xenng^ Hcb. meo, 



Arab. ^U;. 








D ^000 


kind 


of seed or 
grain. 


teph-t 


, Rec. 

Xcr-D 


5.92. 


XcT^' 




'D>> in* 


cave, 


cavern, hole 


in the ground ; 


000 
see 

D X c-D 


• 




tept-t(?) 


^=><=>^-^ Nastasen Stele 
D \ 1 ' 24, bow. 



see 



^ ^ Q (21* to taste (?) 

■JiOf ^ J , ix)t, urn, large vessel 

%6f2L ^^, ^^ ] , abundance of food ; 

Tef-mat-er-nenu-f ^^]^ | 



Oe 



O 



^(2 



, Edfa I, 80, a title of the Nile-god. 









fefen » <^ J\ , to hasten ; var. 

"(efeil j ^^-" ^, to rejoice; var. 

Tefen ^^ 31^, Mettemich Stele, one of 
the seven scorpions of Isis. 

teftef 

to exude moisture; var. 






, to spit, 



teftef-t — ^icz:!^ — ^, Roug6 i.H. II, 

115, spittle, moisture. 

tern -c=^ ^ ^ ""^^^^ Rec. 30, 197, 
\^ ^, B.D. 172, 17, ^=^^^» 

I ^ ' R^* ' 5' * 5^* *** name, to bestow a 
title, to proclaim a name or title, to pronounce, 
to cry out in shrill tones, to have a piercing 

voice; c=d» ^s. \iv af ^ V' "*™^» spoken ; 
, somethmg recited. 



[878] 



tern 



\- 



^;-^' l-Jl' 



e o 



135. 



, IV, 896, 



to sharpen, to whet, to cut an inscription, to 
cut through, to pierce, to be stung or bitten by 

a reptile ; Q k^=^ <z:> \ j , his crown 



pierced the sky ; Copt. XCOJUL. 

temtem '"^^^^^^ ''^^^^^ *° whet, to sharpen, 
^ ' ' ' ' to cut. 



, M. Ill, 



LLfl' 



t6m-t c:S 

slaughter. 

tern, tema-t / 



^'=^ 






, p. 81, 



^5i:>^ ^=^=' 



^*5>^' C^ 



-*t=^, 



^\ , knife, sword, 



the act of cutting, killing, slaying, the edge of 
a sword ; plur. _Jp ^ , M. 335, c^i. |\ ^ 



^^^ 



:, M. 447, _^ ^, N. 1258, ^ I, 

o^^, B.D. 148, 13; 
, B.D. (Ani), 15, 45. 



^ 



tem-a ^'^^ L_=y], Berg. 11, 407, to hack 

Temur(?) V 



B.D. 142, 99, a 
' form of Osiris. 



tern ra(?), etc. ""^ c^a °^, b.d. 



136A, 15 

Tein-[te]si, etc. 



•i 



nnnj 
and 146, name of the 21st Pylon. 



, etc., B.D. 145 



tern 



"limn, worm, serpent; plur. 



i 



TSma 

Ml' 



kr = 



I I I 



Tstsm 
III 



, worm-eaten. 



Tern 
tern 



(^ 



-^5-, 



" Worm " — a title or 
' name of Aapep. 

Amen. 5, 6, to shut 
the eyes. 



temm 



i)A> U. 494, T. 235, 
N. 791, to unite with. 

tern ^f|, 

tema ^, ill, 138, ^L^, ^ 



L.D. Ill, 219E, 21, enclo- 
sure (?) cage (?) 



^' 5 &■ 5 m &■ '^' "'• 

^■«,o,-. ^^^raX\ bodies 

panics, choirs 



Ebers Pap. loi, 8, con- 
flux, confluence. 



^ 



I I I 



, a serpent 



ORec. 15, 178, to bind, to tie together, 
' to gather together, to collect. 

temau ^<^]^, '«""^= °L^1\3Z- 

tema ^^"^^[R' 
Tema-t sti-t 

on the royal crown. 

tema ^^^ ^, M. 718, ^~£ ^, the 

front portion of a skirt or tunic. 

tem.a / '-^— ' , sacking, mat ; plur. 

_-^ 1 1 I 

tema-t "^^^, iv, 617, ^ 

wing, pinion ; dual "^^i' ^^ 1 1 , 0^:3 



w' 

pair 



of wings. 

tema 



\J , vessel, bowl of drink ; z, 

/VVVWV /j CI 

Ci 1 ^ , a vessel made of tcham metal. 



tema 
temaa 
temaa / 



1 J] Shipwreck 137, to 



grovel on the belly. 
^^^Hymn Darius 24. 



M. 207, N. 668, 
fortress. 



Temaa at eH e, n. 668, yi, m. 207, 

"VnTr TUT 

" Fortress of the Father "—a name of Horus. 



Temau ^\, ^"^' ^' ^ ^°^ ^juat^ 



temam ^"^ 



finish ; see 

temam / 



, to complete, to 



B^i 



to tie, to' bind 
together. 



[ 879 ] 



temam.tl^(^^:^,B.D.78..3. 
temam 5 ^ 1^ f>. 5 1^ 

^ « ^ I > company, assembly, choir of singers 

(tff'ii)- 

part of a tunic, garment. 

Temamm '^jy^^,'^ ^, ^, 

_^ ^, , ^m-g ^^ ^^ ?^, Denderah II, lo, one 
of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. TQM. 

temam ^^ ^ /^ » ^^» ^o9» *o ^"^^^ to 

bow in homage; see ^^ "^ J i\. 

, Tomb Ram. 



Temathth ~^ 

IX, 10, a god (?) 

tema c^ y , P. 117, M. 98, N. 104, 972, 

(1 |, Rec. 32, 78, c^i^O (1, Peasant 154, 

1 (j ,_i], Shipwreck 137, ^=^21 S' 
Amen. 4, 15, 13, 5, 15, i,^:^^!] -^'"=^^2 



X 



(j ^;— fl, Roug^ I.H. II, 125, ^=>21^1' 



t— fl, 



fj., '=^^ A Q ^ l^' *° touch, to approach, 

to come near to, to join, to be united to, to 
bring together, to grovel on the ground ; Copt. 
TtJOJULe, TtAJAJLI, XOXJDJULe, TOO Jtxe. 

t)eind.-t <=^^ y (] - , Shipwreck 79, touch. 

Xemk <=^^l\y^ij^, Pap. 3024, ISO, 

to be united with (the earth), i.e., be dead. 



t)em& c=:> U n , Rec a6, 15, union (7) 
Xeuikj ^em4-t c==sO A n, Rec 31, tj, 

21T— 21?— kll^lT 

21^1^®* town, village; Copt fjjue. 

t;emaiuc^21^^i'^=21^5i' 
Rec. 29, 153, villagers, townsmen; Tk^ fl(] 1 

mi' 



Israel Stele, the inhabitants 
of his town. 



tem&i-t 

w o 

", Rec. 13, 12, ci! 

I ©' o 



Ell 






Ekil 
-2111 



village, hamlet; plur. 
@ III 



, Herusatef Stele 82, town, 
olll 



^EltQ-^^-EI 

1004, Rec. 4, 130, 20, 40, <$=f^ (](| [» ^^'Q 

11tt;;>-E1T-:^--^-' 

the inhabited part of the whole country. 

M. 591, N. 1 197, a kind of stufTof a green or 
yellow colour. 

tem&ic:^21)(l5,c^|(){|^m. 

^^> 2 (j(] 1 1 i 5, a kind of stuff; see c:=:. 

_^«"^.^k11®'''"-^2V11 

_ , Rec. 13, 12, village, town; Copt 'f'JU.I. 

temi c:= 
^emseb 

temgic:=:-|^S(l(|^.astone, 

\em% c=:>^c=3/^, Hh. 189, 



stick, staff, wooden 
instrument. 



^ n n Canopus Stele 34, 
^1 J' choir(?) 



[ 880 ] 



Rec. 6, 152, Litanie 19, c;^ ^^ c^^ /^ i , 



/^3 



tiA^ /^ 



t^, /^|, ^/yVe^^l, 



~^2r', 



(^^ 



, to unite with; /j)^ , /^ 



c^ , Rec. 26, 226, to add figures together, 



to do addition ; Copt. TOJJULnX 

temt 



, ^^r-, 



, t^ , t^ , Nastasen Stele 36, 

Rec. 4, 21, the whole number, the 
result of addition, the total, in all. 



, ^fW\: 



temt sma 

IV, 337, to reckon up a total; /^ ^ ^"f* 1 ' 
A.Z. 1907, 3, 21, "united with and bound up 
in life and serenity." 

temt-ta i^"^]!], ^^ ^^ ,. ail, 

entire; JW _ . c=l^' ^^^ Egypt; ^p*^, 
all eternity. 

temtiu(?) /^ ^, /^ cr^ (j(j |i, 

all (plur.), people, folk, multitude, everybody. 

Temtiu /^..^ (](] ^ ^ | , b.d. 23, 6, 

the entire company of the gods. 

Temtu c^a t\ ^^^' ^T"^* ^^' ^ 8°^ ^^° 

wK r- ^•^— . ' swathed Osiris. 
Temtit /^ D., the name of a serpent 

on the royal crown ; var. 4 V\ \ A- 



Temtit /^ o , Tuat VIII, a goddess 
of the Circle Hep-seshemu-s, 

temtit i^ '^'^ ^ 

Tuat VII, a goddess. 



Temit-mut-set /^ 

Ombos II, 133, a goddess. 

Temt - ha -t 



o 



Tomb 



Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 43). 



temt-t /^ 



, t^ 



a collection of sayings, compilation, 

book. 



temti-t ^, t^ 



, IV, 384, 



a stated time, a time reckoned upon. 



temt-t ^f^ „ , Rec. 27, 86, pellet, globule. 



temt-t /f^ „ , ring(?) ornament 



temt-t l^ , A.Z. 1908, 16, 



, an amulet in the form of a vulture. 



t^ 



temt 

amulet; and see 



111, A.Z. 1908, 16, vulture 



temt-t i^ ^ , R^^- '\ "?' ^^5°^^' 

ow\>j_-j' slaughter-house. 

temti[t] /W\ (](] ^ ^, a kind of ground 
or land, mud of a stream (?) 

Temtria - 1 " — ' " ' [| [| ^ J , Rec 



6, 5, 33, 3, the name Demetria. 



temtchi e^>^^^fv\ jjj, Hh. 357, 

U. i8r, T. 238, 272, P. 23, M. 34, N. 107, 4o5> 

^^^'^^f^'^.T. 172, N. 123, e^/^ 

'^, p. 119, 130, c^^^/W^,M. 778, 
N. 73, e:^/^|\ , P. 668,/^, U. 418, 



M.i52,.= |\ ^n, N. 945, to unite witji_; 
^ ' Jj^/^',' Copt. T-tOJULrtT. 

temtch-t -^ /^ ^ ^> S il.' 
<^^m^, c^/^,^"^!], Hh. 435. 

Rec. 26, 226, in all, altogether, total, summation. 

temtchiu^^^^yi,Rec. 

30, 70, the whole company of the gods. 

ten AAAAAA = AftAA.'VA Or AAAA/V\ . 
Ill III III 



ten = , this. 



ten 



l^:^, /www I ^^, to raise up, raised, high. 



l^-«^ 



mn Darius 5, /wwva 



distinguished; see 



1^- 



[881] 



^en AAww, Rec. 30, 186, 31, 30, 



\ 



L-fl, 



X 



D 



, to cut, to cut off, to cut to pieces. 



X 



to cleave, to split, to wound (of a reptile). 



tenn '^r'^^L-fl, ^^- ^' ^9, to cut, 

'^ O X to split. 



ten-t 

_ . , AAA 

ting, division. 

7enn 






, a cut- 



AAAAAA 
^AAA^A 



\fi) Rec. 31, 31, a name 
5li1 * or title of a god. 



7enit 

VII, a goddess. 

Tent-baiu 

an hour-goddess. 

tenten 



, P. 610, N. 803, 988, 



AAAAAA AA/SAAA 



AAAAAA VS/WAA 

7, 



/\/SA/\AA A/VSAAA Vl r'l 



/VA^^AA AAAAAA 



, Anastasi I, 11, 



AAAAAA AAAA/VA C£os U AAAAAA 

O , " ' j\, dkdk L-Zl, to attack, 

HfiAAAA. AAAAAA /VVA/>AA Z_l ZJ 

to do violence, violent wrath, the violence of 
the wind. 



tenten 7^ , to wander through 

AAAA/VA AAAAAA 

a district, to invade (?) 

tentenu ^^^^%, P- 473. M. 539, 





AAAAAA AAAAAA 



e 



, assaulter, attack, attacker; 
^ I (], N. 1 1 18, attacked. 

Tenten 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



U. 280, a name or 

AA/VWV AAAAAA ' tltlC Of 8 gOd. 



Tenten ^^ , a title of Aapep. 

AAAAAA AAAAAA 

l^enteni ^==^^=^ (] ^, B.D. 145 a, the 

AAAAAA AAAAAA 1 J 1 

doorkeeper of the 8th Pylon. 

Tentenit "^^^2^^. 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



the name of a serpent on the royal 
\ \^l • crown. 



Tentenit nn^.^, -j-uai i, 

AAAAAA >AAAAA I I f^T^ 

n (1 *^ o , one of the 1 2 guides of Ra. 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



Tentenit - uhesq - 1 • khak-&b 

Hour-goddess of the loth Division of the fuat. 

ten 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 
^ fl AAAAAA 







X to dig a 
U-fl' canal (?) 



ten-t AAAAAA , a plot of ground, field. 



ten-t AAAAAA, B.D. 42, 15, chamber, abode. 

cscn 



tennu-t Xx;;:: ^ , ^^- ^^ 7. office, a 

OS [TD government buildmg. 



tennu aaaaaa , Rec 13, 65, border, 

AAAAAA I I I 

boundary; Copt. THlte. 

4.0J, "=^^ ^ Anastasi I, 13, 2, Israel 
AAAAAA ■— »-^ ' Stele 17 



ten AAAAAA Q , vase, vessel, bucket ; plur. 



\\ 



teni ^^^ l\ , T. 229, old age (?) 

AAAAAA I 



AAAAAA 

ten& ^ 1 ^ /^ 5^' ^^^- ^^' '^^' 

venerable man. 

ten& ^^^^ i] I:;; , ^^^^^ (1 r'^ /,. to cut, to 

AAAAAA I AAA/VSA 1 tW^^ 

divide, to separate, to distribute. 

ten&-t "^Hic. "^flc=3, IC. 

AAAAAA I AAAAAA I 

(1 ^ IC, AAAAAA r ,part, portion, lot, share. 
1 s o "^ 

ten&u 

AAAAAA I /' ' ' ' 



n tk \J lot, part, share, 
H Jl iT^i ' division. 



fl 



AAAAAA I K- Vj 

3^ 



teni-,t "^" d 

AAAAAA 1 

Teni '^^ (1 C J, b.d. 64, 17. the 

AA^tAAA 1 1 *^ I i— i 



^5>" AAAAAA -^ W 5' 

the quarter of a month, the festival 
that ended each quarter. 

® the 1st quarter of 
the moon. 



god of the quarters of the moon. 



tenA-t ^-^ (1 - ^ =^. ^™^"o^ l^ ^^: 

^ i J I I 1' sions (?) shares (?) 



3 K 



[ 882 ] 



tenft^(]X„,=='(l|C <^ ,toem- 

bank, to build the sides of a canal or dyke. 

^en4-t ^^^^ I] r ^' Peasant 237, B.D. 
125, II, "'^^ l\ jvSvA ^, P.S.B. 34, 308, em- 

AA^A/W 1 AV\A/NA \> I . 

bankment, dyke, barrage, dam; plur. [1 



tOx o 



AAAA/SA 
/VAA/W\ 






I A/\AAAA 



k^ , Anastasi I, 15, 5 : 
L III' ^' ^' 

IV, 312, a stone dyke. . 

ten&u ""^(1%^ 

AAAAAA I _2l 

fields; Copt. THHe. 

tenft-t^ll^.iv, 770, ^flft. 

/VNWVA 1 O '^WSAA "1 I I 

A.Z.7o,,7i,=^(lCf>, =(1^.0.- 
measure = ^ of a sa .•••'^ and ^th of a tama ; 
plur.^"^!]^" 

AVNAAA I III 

(1^-0-, basket ; plur. aaaaaa , [I 

AA/\A/V\ I D S I I I /VWVAA 1 

o i> , metal baskets ; Heb. b^^tp, Deut. xxviii, 5. 

tena ""^^ Q ^ , B.D. (Hunefer, i, 16), 
a special kind of chamber. 

tend, (J ^ \ > Rev. 13, 4, to question, 

AAA/W\ I Jl 

to interrogate ; Copt. Xno. 



ten^s 

AAAAAA 

burdensome. 



Tenas (1 W-, a title of the hippo- 

potamus of Set ; var. „ 1 1 1^ . 

Tenanu ^^ O %, P. 269, the name 
or title of a god ; varr. c^ssi X I /vwvaa "^ ^, ^ 
M. 484, c;s><=)=>f3^ ^, N. 1251. 

^ J, "the Aged," a 
c^, ^(11]^, A.Z. 

I I I (VAAAAA I 1 Ci I 

1905, 27, Rec. 21, 14, writings, documents, 
registry, list, inventory. 



Teni qn (2 

name or title of Ra. 



teni-t 



tennuit ^^ () I] ^ , list, inventory. 

I /\AA/V/>A 

tennu ^=^> i „ y^ = Copt, exoxrt. 

tennu aa^aaa ^ ^^ > Nastasen Stele lo, 
where; see ^ "l "C ^ 1 ^- 

AA/V/\AA I (T"^ /ViAAAA I I <T^ 

tennu aaa^aa ^^ i , each, every, many ; see 

tennu ^^ ^11'' ^^eam Stele 23, 

number, many ; see /wwva 1 h , aaaw\ v\ . 

tennut ^ %> v8, | , Thes. 1296, time 
'=' -K ^ I expired soldiers. 

tennu ^|^,^./^,<"<i^«^Ya'„' 

tennu ^^AAAA f% t=t , an old canal ; var. 

/~\ /Q«. AAAA/V\ 

AA/WAA P'Vu AA/VAAA . 
O (£ J /j /WWVA 

tennu a^vaa „ '^^^ , canal, stream. 

tennut ^^ >> IC '^' IC , the land lying 
near a canal, field, area ; plur. (1(1 1 . 

AAAAftA 1 I \> I 

tennu /vaa^a^ ^ ; iv, 367, aa^w |C , 

Rec. 33, 4, share, part, division. 

tenu ^"^^ (2 I ^^^- ^3, 50. rent, royalty, 
AAAAAA I ' due, tax. 



tenut ^ ^ ' ,Thes. i2o5,E ^%^l, 

e ^sTn' ^ K J12I1' 

outcries, the roars of a lion, 

tennu -■aaaaa 0=^ , loaf, cake. 
OS 

tenb ^"^^ S \ A ^-D. 36, 2, to gnaw. 

AAAAA/V .^U I I 

Tenpu ^^ ^ v^ ' ' ^•^' 34 = ^^ % 

jj I , gods of the year(?) 

tenem ^^^ ^ O , milk (?) ; var. 

^^^^ AAAAAA _CrC^ 

Tenem ""^^ 

AAAAAA 

of Aapep; 

AAAA/>A 



AAAAAA 



1;j/ay), "worm"-<i title 
B.D. 163 (title), 



III' worms, serpents. 



[ 883 ] 



tone mm ^. ^", to turn back or 

aside, to go out of the way. 

tenemu "^^^ ^/^ ^, wanderer, one 
who has lost his way. 

tenemmu(P) ^ 

Amen. 7, 16, retreatings (?) 

tenemm 



/N. I 



•\> I I 



I. 



Q foul, dirty, 
' unclean. 



to turn aside, to go out of the way. 



Tenmi 



A.; see 



tenr ^L-Zl, ^^''' '^' ^6, strength ; Copt. 

oi zpo. 



tenrega-t 



S ^ ^. 



^^ 7:;\ %v ^ ^ Anastasi I, 2, 4, Koller 2, 3, 
=>i^ m^ I' deaf. 



tenrega-t 



w 



s^ <e, 



S ^fc. 4^ '^, a kind of plant shaped like 



an ear 



l»- 



(?);var.(]^ '\ ZS "^ ^ ^. 



w 

Thes. 1 20 1, to bind, to tie, to fetter, to 
truss (a bird) ; Copt. (Th^^. 

tenhtenh ^^^ 8 ^^^ ? f^, to tie, to 

fetter, to bind. 



tenh-t 



fetter. 



c^ 



, tie, 






L— fl' *A V A *—=(?) 

, wing; plur. ^"^^^ 8 =5r , A.Z. 1905, 25, 
,Thes. ..OS, ='|^«^, 

vvvwN A _£! W 

^enll-ua SH^ "[^ ^ , Ombos I, 47, the 
son of Urt-en-kerua. 

tenhes-t (?) ^^ S P ^ 17, knife. 



t^enkhnekh -^ , Lib. Fun. 2, 39, 
to be joined to, united. 

Xenti 1 1 1 OfflD , Amen. 13, 20, ^"^^ M 

weight, load, burden, heavy; II , 



Amen. 20, 3, loaded. 

tensu(?) "^p] ™, B.D. ,53A, 5. 

the weights of a net : I A ffl ^ i , 

ibid. 28, the lower weights. 

^ens AA/wvA anm , Rec 20, 2 1 6, as applied to 

food (y^ ^^], indigestible (?) 

tens hat "^^^ P Tl fl"^. Peasant 209, A-Z. 

1 905* 37> ' 11 » *° ^^^^ *^^ mind seriously 

occupied with son:>e difficult problem, to be 
weighed down with care. 



tens 
Tens-sma-keku 



/vvwN« ^ , IV, 614, to cut down. 



le of a door 
C 

I A/\AAAA ■St A/VW^ I 0» 



tk I, f^ j Xuat VIII, the name of a door of a 



w 
f J 
Circle. 

+ 



tensmen 

f]'=ll. 

tensmen ^^^^ H *^^^^ 1 J], A.z. 1907, 

125, to be heavy, weighty. 

tiensmen ^"^^ H "^^^^ 1 il, Rec 21, 79, 

dignity, honour, grave demeanour. 

compare Amharic JiJ^'lVl s 

teng ^^^^ ^, a property or defect (?) 



possessed by certain ears ; see 



w 



form 



7enten ^^^ Q vsm , Berg. I, 34, a ser- 
pent-god with bloody eyes, ^"^^ Z*"^ i*». 

3 »^ » 



[ 884 ] 



Mentha 
tentha-t 



/] , steps, throne. 



=" '^^ ^ Annales V, 95, 
A 1^^ sr»-^ ' litter, couch. 

^ent; ^wv^ ^^ , to slaughter, to kill. 

Tent ^ J), T"^^ ^^' ^ •'JT^^^ .^^° 

• c-'=^ Sll provided offerings. 

fenX baiu ^^ V -^ I , b.d. (Neb- 

seni) 17, 27, the name of the slaughter block of 
Osiris. 



. tentCh ^ , N. 69, var. of 

T. 276, Z3 M, p. 30, M. 40, "^ "^ 
tS ^, U. 456, to attack, to rage. 



Tentchen 



:2i 

a title or name of a god. 



t3 



, A.Z. 1910, 128, 

, P. 664, vases, pots. 

, a bird- 



teru 



Ter-t — 

(goose ?) god. 

^ LJ, IV, 1150, ^ [j ^ UJ, ^ 

S: Jl j B.M. 447, to drive out, to expel, to blot 
out, to erase, to expunge, to destroy, to over- 
come, to subdue, to conquer, to overthrow; 

, to tramp the earth; 



^ -J\ ^^ V'' ^^' i^^4> ^° found; 
1 Wi fl ' ^^ destroy a god in his shrine. 
tier in §=s^, T, 249; var. in 

Unas, ()5'=l>- 

ter neken <=> ^z^ NU w , a kind of 

flowering plant; plur. ^ ""^^i::^ Nb^ vl. 

Tuat V, a two-headed 
serpent. 



Ter 



Tfinjin, 



Terit neshFnult <c:^oo^^— ^, Tuat 

IX, a fiery blood-drinking serpent. 



Teri kheftiu <: 

a title of Am-mit. 

Ter tu ^^ '— ' 
ter 



1^ III 



, B.D. (Saite)i25, 



^ . 



, Berg. 1, 18, a jackal-god. 



Prisse Pap. 7, 5, to reap (a 



ter 



5 



^ 5 



harvest). 
, a kind of cloth, linen ; 
, Rec. 6, 9, byssus cloth. 



tera-t (1 v , Rec 5, 96, linen bandlet. 

tera ^ i) f O. ^ f ®' ^ |' 

(1 1 , 1 /o > t^"^^' season ; Copt. TK ; 

see^|){0. 

Teri ^^ [1(1 Jj, Tuat VII, a god. 

, Darius ; Pers. 



Teriush r 



s 



n TTT ^T T<- n^ <n '<<> Heb. tZJV-)^. 
Teru ^"^^ ^, Tuat X, a light-god. 

teru ^^^^ %>, Mar. Karn. 35, 65 



terp <==> ' i; /i , Rec. 4, 126, iv, 1026, 



ir out a libation; 



to make an offering, to pour out a libation; 
II, 395 

terpt ^5iL-4), IV, 1 1 15, <=>^ n,a, 

gift, an offering, supply, provision. 



terpu 



Israel Stele 7, Amen. 17, 12, *=—>- > Amen. 
II, 3, supplies, food, sustenance. 



. .' ^^' ^99' §=^ , , ,- 



terp <:::> %^, a kind of goose; varr. 



o e 



°^¥'?V 



terf ^ — « 

969, Thes. 1481, 

inscriptions ; A □ 

writing speak. 



\ 



Thes. 1285, IV, 



, to write, to inlay 
, to • make 



[ 885 ] 



terf < 
terfu 



■""^^ Ebers Pap. i, 8, writing, 
*■«-, * inscription, document. 

j Rec. 4, 117, writings, books, 



literature. 
tergi-t ^ S (JIJ '^'^, bat; Heb. 

F)*>'tp3^, Copt. xeXxOT ; compare ArTt'Xaftov, 
Herod. 4, 17a. 

t^erta =<=5«<:z>'=??5=>, to put 

oneself on the earth, ;>., to land from a boat. 



*Q-]^ " — -^ ^~^> stairway, terrace ; Copt. 



C£i^y 



I I I 

r^y^A , Rec. 8, 140, the 



A/VAAAA 
I I I I 



name of a Mediterranean people. 



6, to attack, to invade ; see 



tehan 



ni 



^^- 



HI M.czi' ra 

to thrust forward, to promote, to appoint to a 
higher rank or dignity. 



tehan 



see 



ra m. .^-Ji' ra ® ' 
ra © ii' 

W III ^'^'^ ra ®' to do homage. 
tehmu-t (?) "^ 

tehen ^-i '^i 

ra ^ — D 

^— fl. ^ ® ' ^^» *^^3i Rec. 35, 125, to 

thrust forward, to promote, to appoint to a 
higher rank or dignity, e.g., to make a man 



^ chamber (?), 
CTD' entrance (?) 

ra C-D^' ra ® 



captain of a boat ; 



ra 



, A.Z. 1905, 38,10 



run the head against something, to oppose; 
^ A, Festschrift (Leemans) 117, to 



ra 

rush (into water) ; van 



L-fl. 



tehen 



ra 
ra ^ ' ra ® I' ra ^ 

to bow down and touch the earth with the fore- 
head in homage, to make obeisance, to prostrate 
oneself, to salute. 



^i' 



^^^^ ra o^.IV,,o86.i.,4,"^0®, 

tehen ta 



— ISr ® o"*-* ^^o has been appointed 



ra 



w 



II 



ra <i^ 

rao I 



head. 
, A-Z. 35, 16, 



I 5X 



var. 



m ^ 



tehen-t 



ra 



o ra 



w 



€>. 



forehead; -^^"^^^^^ — (] ^ 

^'^^^ '=f^ ^ ^ , B. D. 1 63, 9 ; CopL xe£,ne. 



nIvQsQ 



[TD 



tehen-t ^~zr ^ , A.Z. 1908, 2, n 

ra [V£>^' ^ ra 

"^ ^ B.D. 168, III, 2, a mountain peak, 
f^^^>i I ' prominent hill. 



to dedicate some- 



Tehni Amentt ^ ® ?^ ". 
ra w cnm I' royy\ * 

Rec. 2, 109, the Peak of the West. 
=> ^^ J 

ra \\ P01I' 

thing by deed, to appoint something to a certain 

ra u 



tehni 

ing by d 
purpose, to allocate, to endow; var. 



teher-t ^ ^ , furnace, oven (?) 

ra o e ' 

teh e^l^^, A.Z. 1908, 130, c==^|:^, 

e low, 
-' lowly. 



IV, 64, 968, ^ %.* 



teh^eh 



, p. 302, to hang 



down (?) pendent (?) of the breasts of a woman, 

Tuat I, an ape- 
' god in the Tuat- 

tehU ^^^^^ ^^' *^99' 73» equipment, what 
*.— ' is necessary. 



A/V/WV\ \ >/ 

Tehteh 



teh^eh (^e^utehu) o, the 

mixed food given to geese. 



tehu c:= 


n (3 Q 


grain, food 
' for geese (?) 


to be low, abased, lowly. 


teha&u 

ment, indigni 


ty. 


'^^, abase- 
3 K 3 



[ 886 ] 



straw; plur. c^^a'llr ^^>^ \J, Amen. 24, 

25, 12, c:^<^v^|, Rev. 6, no, c;=> ^ 
no; Copt. TUO^. 

tehamut <=^ f ^ ^ \- ;^, 

Keller Pap. i, 2, straw ; Copt. XOU^^- 



, lead ; see 



o 

000 



, Amen. 18, 



tehat 
tehatiu c^; 

13, leaden objects 

te^ia c:^ ^ (j ^^ 

cringing one. 

teha IJ p > ^ member of the body. 

tehaaut c^^? "-^j ^^^^8' '^^, 

'^, IV, 480, 

III 



o III' 

a kind of plant 



11^' 



the god Thoth ; Copt. 

eoOTT". 

j Kubban Stele 23, 



Tehi 

tehu c^iJ 

tehu cz^|^J|,lead 

Tehuti (Tchehuti) 

M. 783, N. 1 142, 



"T" 



declarations. 



, U.2,P.6i5, 



e^^ J|,A.Z.i9oo,35, 



the ibis-god, the scribe of the gods ; Copt. 

eooTT, eu?e. 



Tehuti J^, chief titles of: "-HP", Pap. 

• iiUii 



Ani 3, dweller in Khemenu; (1 -jh -^ 



I /WNA^A Cirri cTi 

I 
I 



0^ 11 1 ^' ^'^' ^^^"^^' ^^' '^' ^""^^^ 



of the gods; 



f"**^ 



AA/\AAA Ci 



^^ 



8 U 1k^ ^ I 



U il I 



!, 



Nesi-Amsu 33, 17, master of words of power; 



JL4 p ", B.D. 58, 14, bull of Maat; ^ 

Thoth the Great; ^ ^, ^ "^ j|, 
Thoth the Twice Great ; ^ Jj ^^^ | JJ '^ 
^ I , Thoth, great one of spells ; ^^^^ 'vz::^ | 

divine Word, just scribe of the Company of the 
Gods; ^ ^ ^ ff, Thoth, Bull in Tet-t. 

Tehuti „1^ J — _^j]j^UUU. 



P ^Lj . Mar. Aby. I, 44, 45 

Tehuti 



god of the 13th day of the 
_ ... month. 

Tehuti ^^4-t the god of the ist day of 

the month ; the name of a festival on the 19th 
day of the month of Thoth. 

Tehuti an arit, etc. ^ i\ ^^^ ^^^ 



Goshen 2, Thoth as bringer of the eye 

of Ra. 



Tehuti em atri ^ (var. (1 1 T ) ^^ 

^ >'c , the god of the 6th hour of the day. 



Tehuti ^°^?^ 



U 



e 



^^A/v^A r 


} - 


fl [_ 1 AAAftAA 


AA/\A/V\ \ 


) 


/WNAAA 


/SAAAAA / 


Ku 


\\ 1 ^^AA/V\ 



l. 



g?i I , B.D. (Saite) 23, 2, Thoth the magician. 

Tehuti ^^Yjolo'^'^f"''^'''' 

Thoth of Edfd. 

Tehuti Hapi 

B.D. 62, 3, Thoth and the Nile god. 

Tehuti khenti neb Tuat ^fflK 

^^ i^ ci Tuat VI, an ape-god — a form of 
^37 crzi ' " Thoth. 

Tehuti heri khent-f ^ 
Tehuti sa Aner ^% Jj 

B.D. 134, 6, a form of Thoth. 



Tuat II, an ibis-god with a knife- 
shaped phallus. 

AAA/^A^ 



[ 887 ] 



Tehuti sehetep nesrit ^^ R "^ 

^ f) ! Ombos I, 185, Thoth in the boat 
z>iU\y ofRa. 

Tehutit 4 ()(1 ^, 



<2. o o 



^00 

the great festival of Thoth. 



^J^^57.^_ n .N-999, 






tehen 
tehen 
teher-t 



to shine (appHed to the 
brightness of grain). 

some bright coloured sub- 
stance, blue faience. 

0,IV,662,CulteDivin, 



42, 44, ^ ^ , ^ ^ , hairy hide, the hide 
of an animal, skin, leather; plur. V n l^, 

Edict 25; '^ (] e y (j I ^, Rec. 

21, or, ox-hides: <=^> ^ fe;^ ^2. 1900,27, 
plumage of a bird. 

^ehr^ c^Si (1 (5 *^, Rechnungen 69, 

dressed hide ; c:^> (I V _ l^ -wswx ^Awv^, 
<rr> 1 1 1 ir u) v /va^wsa 

Theban Ost. B. 14, water-skins made of the hide 
of a donkey. 

teher-t — - "^ -^^^ — - '^ 



I^^^, 



^ 



, Rev. n, 128, 



any sad or evil condition of mind or body, fear, 
anguish, anxiety, shame, sickness, jealousy, and 



the like; plur. 9" "^^, IV, 1077; Copt. 
teher c^ "^ ^ ^, an afflicted man. 

,_. <^ ft (3 sickness, terror, bitter (in 

'^<:^^^*^' mind). 

teherr-t ^^ ""^^^ '^j a kind of plant 
lead; varr. e=^ ^ O' "^ I III ' ^^^^' 



var, 



tehtiu ciD.S'^o, IV, 686, leaden objects; 

"\ O o ^ \\ o 

' H\\iii- 

to drink, to drink oneself drunk ; *ce O; 
1^ ^, drunk; Copt. t£,e. 

N. 751, to hide(?) 



tekh (?) 



^^, Rev. 1,59, 



X n- u 

to strike, to overthrow. 

tekhtekh ^^ ^, Rev. 13, 59, 

revolution, convulsion, disturbed times. 

tekhUt ^~^ ^ ™ , ^^ % "^ , Anastasi 
I, 23, 3, boulders on a road, a rough stony road. 

tekharg^;^.'^ev..3.«7.« 

tekhi ==>(]e +,A">en.i»,i,thewdght 
© 1 ^ or pomterofa balance. 

tekhen ^^ If^, Metternich Stele, 187, 

, to coyer over, to hide. 



>0 
tekhen 



, Lib. Fun. 2, 39, to 



strike, to play an instrument of music, to strike 
the harp, to beat the drum. 



tiekhen-t cj o X, the playing of music. 






1- 



a tambourine 



tekhenit 

player ; ^j^ cJ| ' ' ^^'"hourine women. 

tekhenu "^ ^ (1 , obelisk; var. ^® (1. 



tekhtekh _ ,. o, the mixed food 
given to geese ; var. o. 

tes ^, c=:.pe. Hh. 321, self- "^^p 



or 



^^ ; *^^ , himself. 

^68 AA, to sit, to be seated. 



3^4 



[ 888 ] 



tes 



, Rec 17, 145, 







O, 



n , ^^^^ n O , pot, vase, vessel, jug. 



Tesi - rutu - en - neter 



w 



^ -/l '^ I B.D. 153B, 14, collector of prey in 
„;,,,,WN I the net of the Akeru-gods. 

tes ^'^'^, ^"^^ %i '^, a kind of plant. 

i» to 



knife, to cut, to hack in pieces, to divide. 

tes c^::.n"'^^, U. 401, cr^^n^, P. 
188, M. 352, N. 904, Rec. 31, 20, _^^> a 



knife of flint or metal ; c^^ fl ^"^^ H A 
a ready knife ; 11 ' ^ kmfe of fire, i.e., a red- 

hot knife; plur. c-=^ I ^^^^^^ 1 , v ' ' 

varr. _^\^, ;^\. 



tes 



— It— DniD 



, a kind of stone, flint, 



^'^'^ >- — I "iTy, Rec. 4, 21, ^^=^ , ^, 

black flint, white flint. 



Tes 



(?) \ 



B.D. no (Saite), a lake in 
Sekhet-Aaru. 



, Tuat 



Tes - am - miti - em - sheta-f ;^ ^ 

VIII, a door in the Tuat. 

Tes-aakhu V 
Tes-^akhu ~^ 



Tuat XII, a sing- 
ing-god. 



Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle Aat-Setkau. 



Tes-aha-ser (?)-Tatheiieii 



Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle 
Tuat. 



Tes - akhem - baiu 



^'5>>. 



I I 



Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle Asneteru. 



7es-t-baiu 

of the 1 2 guides of Ra. 



\ 



, Tuat I, one 



Tesu-em-arit-f 

Tuat VIII, a star-god. 

Tesu-em-nes-f 

Tuat VII, a star-god. 



I I I /Ci 
I I I 



:n' 



Tes-em-her-f ^ ^ ' T"^* ^^^' 

the steersman of the boat Herer. 



Tes-neb-terer 



^':>- 






Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle Sesheta. 

Tes-Ra-kheftiu-f ^3^5^ ^ 

° III Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle Hetemit- 
^^ ' Khemiu. 



Tes-t-ermen-ta 



^^ 



Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle Hetepet- 
I s ' neb-per-s. 



Tes - khaibitut - tuatiu 



TT 



^ 



IZ-D 



I Tuat VIII, a door of the 
I ' Circle Aakebi. 



Tes-sept-nesut ^ P ^ /\ | ^ 

Ml Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle 
1' * Sehert-baiu-s. 



Tes-sma-kekn 

tk (F^=^ Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle 



Tes-sekhemi-aru 



^P^? 



w 

•c] 
Aakebi 



\ 



Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle Hep- 

seshemu-s. 



Tes-sheta-thehen-neteru r-* 



H^]^ Tuat VIII, a door of the Circle 

teser-t - 



c^ 



Aakebi. 
, something splendid or 

I , splendid 



holy, see '^^ ^ i 

or beautiful things; V "^^ ^•^- 797. holy 
^\ I I I pieces* 

teser ari 



-<2>- 



to act in a lordly 
manner. 



teseru 



^ ) I , large stones (?) 



I, — «— 3 



Teser-aab-t '^^'k o j, Tuat xii, a 

wind-goddess, one of the 1 2 bearers of the boat 
of Af into the upper sky. 



[ 889 ] 



Teser-t-An-t 

a singing-goddess, 

Teser-dri 

god with a serpent-staff. 

Teser-a ^S\«^ 



;=ifl 



^ , Tuat IX, 



, Tuat IX, a 



Tuat VII, a star- 
god. 



Teser-t-baiu '■ 

last Gate in the 'I'uat 

Teser - 1 - baiu ^^ ^ 

Tuat IV, a district in the Tuat 

Teser-ttep ^^® 



I I I 



, Tuat XI, the 
c^w, B.D. i68,XIII,i, 



?) B.D. 1 68, XIV, I, a goddess in 
(Ol' the Tuat. 



teser -t 



C^ I 



!, 



Ill 



drink made from red grain. 

to cause to be em- 
braced (?) 

tesh ^ 



t-sekhen ^f ), 

, to drink, to - drink oneself 



C30 



drunk ; see O 



tosh ^^ ^, the drinking festival; var. 
II- 

tesh ^"^^ \ ^"^^^ ^ *° pierce, to stab, 
r^ir-i ^' i-ncr-i \>' to gore, to thrust. 

Tesh ^"^^ 



Teshesh^;^, 



Rec. 15, 18, a 
r-TT-i © ' district. 

^ S\ a. figure of Osiris ; see 



Teshtesh. 



tosh ^^ \ to yield, to give way ; var. 
o X 



00 J^ 
teshtesh 



X _ c^ Ci X 
OED oa y\ ~" r\n tzszi A 
to run back or away, to give ground. 

X 



Teshtesh 

figure of Osiris : see 



tesh ' ^ jF'*''^ ; see r-^-i 

teshtesh 

overspread (of water). 



|, Rec 4, 31, a 

1- 

vNwvs, to flow out, to 



tesh (tesher) 



\ , P.S.B. 13, 412, to 



be red in colour, russet, reddish, carroty. 



tesh (tesher) 

grain plants. 



^•^i^S-'"' 



tesh r-w-i , red grain. 






tesh-t (tesher-t) ^00 

the red land (?) something appertaining to red, 
horrible. 



Tesh-t (Tesher-t) ^^a^yi, the red 

land, />., the desert. 



teshu (teshem) 

fiends, associates of Set. 

Teshut (Teshrut) 



rwi 



I, the "red" 



(2 



Met- 



ternich Stele ii, note 2, the fish that piloted the 
boat of Ra. 



tesh 



I Rec. 13, IOC, to assign ; 
I ' Copt xoxy. 

tesher g'^, ^'^. m'lJX. 

to be red, to become red ; Copt. Xpocy, 
epocy, oojpaj. 

tesher oa L— fl, to terrify; Q t-^^-i 
., B.D. 179,4. 

tesher-ti r^tr-i .^^^ , horrible, terrible. 

tesher m'%','^. U. 431. M. 774. 
fff^, T. 246, ^□'^ \\\, P. 662, ^B 

,P. 78i.m/^,^,;.^^^, 
blood, gore. 

tesher-t r-w-i , B.D. 3a, 5, red thing, 
'lo-i, B.D. (Nebseni) 



rvn 



red flame ; 

17, 44, ^::^ m ^ '^ | , B.D. 1 79, 6, lord 



37 0SZI O 

i~n-i 



of blood (?), 1.^., slayer; C3C] o '^c?- oi, 

B.D. 179, 7. 



teshrut 



□a o (E 



I c^::* o 
I, r-m 



" red " devils 

teshem ^0'^=^ I, B.D. 182, 20, Nn 



A j the " red ones," />., the wicked gods who 



were associated with Set 



T 



t 890 ] 



Tesheru m ^ ^^ Jj I , B.D. 96, 2, 

Nesi-Amsu 5, 3, red devils symbolized by red 
clouds. 

tesher-t oszio Y^, T.336, ^□''^o, 



U.5.8._^%- ^ ,P.i73,^ 



^, N. 840,939, ^^"^ y , M. 254, 

"^ ^ ,^. Rec. 16, 131,31,11,^00 Y* 
''^^ , the " Red " Crown, which symbolized 
the sovereignty of Lower Egypt, or the North ; 
plur. ^ ^ ^^ y ' ^- 4^7' ^' ^^^' ^- ^^^^ > 

149, III, 4. 

Teshrit mo L , ^^^ goddess of the 
<:z:> ^^N Red Crown. 

tesher — hebtesher ifTl'^iJ^, 

Palermo Stele, the " Red " Festival. 

tesher g%.«d;^|^'^^, 

B.D. 99, 16, red wing; P " rvm i, 

B.D. 145, 40, red pomade, like the modern 
cam-wood unguent used in the SAddn ; 1 \\ 1 Ok 

^^= I ^ )j^, B.D. 145, 51, red hair. 

Tesher ^© J,^-.^- '4^. "i, 6, a 

<rr> ill city sacred to Osiris. 
Tesher ar-ui ^o''^^^^, Berg. I, 

3, one of the eight gods who guarded Osiris 

and who dwelt in He-t Anes [N h ^ 

_^ • 1 U _Mi> III c=^ 

(j «AAAAA || I, B.D. 17, 104; ^ y (1 g*T» 

Edfu I, 10 f. 

Tesher mestcher 4^ ^ , p. 604, 

" red ear," a title of Babau J "(^ J ^ Q • 



Tesheru heru-sen 



r-^:rn 



^% 



I ^ I 



;^^VNAAA B.D. 42, 21, " those whose faces are red " 
III' — a class of beings in the Tuat. 

tesher-t '^^=- ^ , a vase or pot made 

of " red " material used in funerary ceremonies ; 



plur. ''t^ j^ o , r~^rn o O ; rrr-i 
1I3SZ1 S ffij apairofred vases j ciEZi TT 



o TJ 



Ml' .^r^ W \J 
o II 



a set of four red pots. 



tesher □□< 



a kind of anti, or myrrh ; 
Heb. ^ 



tesher oa(), 



(ZSZl I 



"^ vl , the myrrh tree (?) 

o , red grain, sand (?) 



::> I I 

tesher 



Tesher-t ^□'^'iti^va, 



rmo, 
^ II! 



':=^:^ /) ^„^ <=^ i^ 111 



iO 

f^^ , the "red" land, /.^., the Desert. 



tesher-t r-^r-i 
|,oo 






, a red fish. 



tesher-t mofS, m*^, ^^^^^ 



teshes 
teq ^ 
teq 



C3s:ii 



\ 



Rec. 16, no, to cut, to 
divide. 



"'—' > IV", 754, a kind of grain. 



, IV, 171, -- 

^000 ^ 



, fruit ; var. ^ 



Teaa ^^^^^^ ^ ^' i°47> the name or title 
' A A ^ ' of a god. 

teqer a ^ , Ebers Pap. 109, 4, A 



J\ 



I, 13, a writing of . . . . 



teqer a " , a o , a 



A 



, fruit, 



fruit-bearing plants. 

teqerta(?) ^=^, ground produce. 



teqeru (?) 



teka 



vegetables (?) 
j Rec. 27, 220, 



•^&-, 



Si^ 



'^^, 



to look, to see; varr. tt j^^, tt V\ -^^ 

Tekait 



^j\ OmbosII, 133, 
O fl ' a goddess. 



[891 1 



teken ^^ a ^^ approach, to draw neat 
/wwvAA * to someone, to touch. 



teker ^^zpt \^ , see '^^. 
Tektek-ba-en-Heru ^ ^ "i^^ 



Denderah IV, 6a, a serpent-god, 
warder of a coffer. 



teg 



S 



s 



L^, 



S 



S 



S 



rv V\ ^ , to hide oneself, to be hidden. 



^, 



Pap. 4, 5, something hidden, hidden. 

t«8 Til- T^i)' T^ 

"^^6 Israel Stele 6, to fail, to give way (of the 
7\ ' legs). 

^Qg *=^^^ Rec. 4, 126, to come, to walk, 
Z5 J^ ' to march. 



<? j^ Rec. 12, 70, to 
-^ ' run quickly (?) 



^^ , Peasant, B. 2, 106, ^ 



tegteg, tegtegi ^ ^ ^7^, ^ 

r^ W ^ 7\ , to march, to invade (?) 

1905, 19, 9, B.D. 18, 11. 4, "^1)^^. 

TT ,-.. T o«, *=^^^1K n ^ tolookat,to 
U. 541, 1.297, ffi ^W' see. 

tegait ^"^ 






Seer "—title 
of a god (?) 



'^ Mar. Karn. 35, 
-^^' 70, sight, view. 



^®8^-* ZS ^,^'^-^-^'^'5;Ebers 
Pap. 51, 21, , look, sight, glance. 



t®gg n A ^^ » U. 316, to see, to look at 
carefully, to examine, to scrutinize. 



tegg-t 



2525 



, IV, 617, sight, appear- 



to look very carefully at something. 

t©ga "^"^ ^. Amherst Pap. 24, IV, 
'1k : 



"^^' S ;^[^,Herusatef Stele 134. jj 
to inlay metal, to plate, 
inlay metal, to plant. 

Mission i, 611, plants, seeds (?) carobs. 

^ (1 ^ 5 V^ , to tread, to walk upon, to follow 
a road, to tread in the footsteps of another ; 

Copt. x^.(rce. 
tegasut '^Ix n^ ^ ^ , J^fv. 6, 29, 

• S _^ I e -* III footsteps. 

tegi-t (tergi-t) "^ 

(](j^'^,Rec3i,i38,^ 
bat ; Copt. XA.XXOT. 

tegem ^ 



I Rec. 13, 53, gardens = Gr. 

I ' vapacetauv^ Copt. TiM(S^£. 



ance; t-ttt i -^^, Rev. 11, 92, glances. 



, plover, 



Metternich Stele 202, to 
be weak, smitten. 

^Z. ,884^, T^k^^^"^ 

^U, castor oil plant. 
Ill 

teges ^^n 11 > to ^alk, to follow in the 

footsteps of another, a journey, travel ; var. 



[ 892 ] 



Uo I 



, boat, skiif, 
.|.B.D. 



99, 12 



tegsa-t "^ ^ ) 
tetri-t(?) ^ 

tet-kham(?) "I 11(1 -fl |. Excom- 
munication Stele 5 

te^ ^^^^ A , A cr-3 , Anastasi III, 

2, 5, a kind of fruit tree ; Copt. ZIXI (?) 

tet-t ^0,S, IV, 629, ^%^0, 



bowl, dish, pot, vessel, shell : plur. a 

IV, 665, ^_^^ Q -, Koller 3, 8 ; varr. 



w w 



Rec. 26, 80, the name of a god (?) 

tet (?) ^^^^^, to touch = o (1 o [1 ^^^(?) 



to masturbate; see <r^=^ ''^, <-^=^ ^^- ("^Ti). 

Tetun ^^^^ + ^=f, p. 78, 200, ^"^^ 

+ ^, N. 21, 1323, p. 669, ^ 4- ^^ 

' N. 936, ^ 4-^, N. 852, ^-f 

' M- 705, ^4='^> M. 779, ^^- 

, Rec. 30, 71, IV, 986, ^^-, IV, 575, 

an ancient Sftdini god with the title jj[|] 

P 200 fff]^ ^ ? ^ Coronation Stele 2, 

^- ^°°' lllll o\\dD£^' "chief of Ta-Sti." 

tetem-t ^^^^ t\^ ^r, '^'^^^ ^nT o, ^^^^ 

\I, a kind of plant, seedUngs(?)^ 



£2^ 



[ 893 ] 



that 
from Ra. 



■^ TCH 

toh "^^ = Heb. y, Copt. X. 

Tcha(P) '^, N. 955. a serpent 
^ ' \ \ came forth fror 

tche-t ^^ , A.Z. 1908, 16, serpent amulet. 

Tchit(?) '^ L, '^- 7°3, a serpent- 
o ^ ^^^ goddess. 

tche-t °^, p. 19, M. 21, "^j N. 120, 

^ ("^a, body, person, bodily form; ^^ -J|, 
divine body, i.e., a god; ^^ U, a dead body; 
^^ rJr ^^ Vjt ' ™y ^^"^ body or person. 



TCH 



tche-ti 



, Litanie 61, the "two 



children," i.e., Shu and Tefnut. 

tche "^ = i!| or "^ '^ , pupil of the 
o \ o \ s_^^ c^\ eye. 

tche-t '^ ^ I, "^ ^J) j. Hh. 23, 

^n ^ Jj I . ^^ CZD ^ J) I . the people who 
belong to the land, serfs, peasants, dependants. 

tohe-t ^, ^, ^, ^j. "^ 

, Rec. 31, II, eternity, everlastingness ; ^^, 
-^||,T. 330, ^<z>i^ §0§, ever- 



lasting for ever; vswna ^^ \^ , T. 152, a^/vw 
^ ^^' ^' ^°^' ^* ^^' ll ^D.' ^' ^^' 

for ever ; / ^^ , all eternity ; ^^ ^J} 

I \\ I "^^^, unending eternity. 

Tche-t "^ J, ^^""g- 2^' eternity per- 
.^.-V lLI sonified. 

tche-t °^ , "^ c-n , "^ , ^ , "^ 

, place, house, abode ; j ^^ , divine 



^ 



AA/V/VW\ \> 



abode, the Juaii ; see metoh-t J^^ ; ^^ 
metch-t Tn 'wwna , abyss. 

tche-t '^, '^'^ ^ I, Peasant 265,fune- 
Ci I I © rary property. 

tche-t "^ ^2:7 en^ , Palermo Stele, the 
of a sailing (?) festival ; ^^ J ^:3C7 i=D^» 



name 

the first tche-t festival. 



tche-t ^^ w", A.Z. 1907, 14, papyrus. 

healthy;see^|^|;|^^. U. ..8. 
N. 427, sound, healthy (of white teeth). 

tchau-t 1 ^, U. 65, N. 320, I ^, 
U. 56i=;^|-, N. 345. i^]. N. 346. 
A ^^___. I v. 752. well-being, health, sound- 
ness; i v_i-_ ' ^^' "'*3' health of heart, 
heart's wish; A © Y O ^, Jour. As. 1908, 281, 
good direction of heart. 

tchau ib J ^O, P. 410, M. 587, N. 
1192, sound of heart; 1 yJ^'O'. P- 409"' V A '^' 
M. 586, N. 1 191, and A ^ v^'ww O*, p. 409 — 
%^l ^,M. 58s, N.I 191. 

.Jl sit /WVAAA 

Tchan-ib | ^ | "^ ^. Hh. 469, a god. 



brother of Seker. 

tcha-t 

well, healthy. 

tcha-t 1 "^^ ^, ^^' ^^^""^ <°^ * ^."'''^■ 



i^c^' i^'^Q""^»fi"»> 






, scribe of the record office. 
tchau (?) 1 V^ r-'-n , title of an official 



^ TCH 



[ 894 ] 



TCH ^ 



tcha-t A o ^iiSa, M. 683, palm of the hand, 
hollow of the hand : plur. ft o <?:S^, M. 242 : 

<^ AAAAAA , T. 91, handfuls of water ; 

see ^1) ^:iSi3: van ^^ ^55^:3. 

tcha I '^, I X, J 



X 

to stretch, to extend, to draw out, to reach out 
towards, to strike down, to fell, to oppose, to 

resist; ,JL- i '^^, immovable; h ^fe^"^, 

IV, 1 107, to correct a fault. 

I 

i^ a putting forth, extension, spacious, resis- 
^ X' tance, opposition. 

.tchaau | "^ n V^ U=/l, opponent, he 
who resists, enemy. 

, a spreading out, resistance, wrong; 
f=^, wrongfully. 

LeyAPap. i2,2,|^^_o,|^^ 

to reach out the hand in protection, or with 

tcha re i '^ , iv, 62, 64, 1031, to 

speak scornfully of sacred things or of offerings. 



X 



*^^^-^iS'i 



1, the rest, 
^ 111 



the remainder, residue, balance ; varr. J v\ _ , 

I V ' fire-stick, a wooden tool or instrument. 

tcha-t (?) J %. ^ ([ , a cutting tool, 

a sharp-edged instrument. 

Tcha aqru(?) I 

B.D. 125, II; see Qerrti. 

Tcha ati ' '^^ 

II ; see Qerrti. 



I I I 



W CT] 



, B.D. 125, 



i"^ A ^ to set out on a journey, to make a 
^ J^. 1 7^ ' passage, to travel. 

tchaa-t J "^^^^ T. 194, P. 677, N. 

1 29 1, passage, journey. 

i^, a kind of cake, 
bread for the journey, viaticum. 

tcha I "^fe^ =- XI in xmioop. 
tcha, tchai J'^^^e^, u. 451, T. 259, 

Rec. 31, 17, J ^^ sH^, , U. 190, M. 224, 

1 -jT. X I -51 n i ntk 






to cross a river in a boat, to make a passage 
tie foot), U. 451; j"^ 

% , borne, carried; A 

](], A.Z. 









i^. u. 475, 1 

T. 228, sail, sailings; K „^, 
1905, 22, how well thou sailest ! 

N. 90s. J 



, N. 914, h o^^. 



passage by boat, passage, transport, boat, ferry- 
boat, barge. 

tchaaui | (j ^ ()(j ^ ^ ' ^^^- "' '74, 

ship, ferry-boat; Copt. XO\. 

Tchaaui 1'^^^ ij ^ (j (j ^ , P. 400, 

i^^()^i^,M.57o,|^^ 

'';:Uv ^ /]f] <. n^ ^- "77. the ferryman of 
^^ JT HH ^^^* truth, the Egyptian Charon. 



^ 



TCH 



[ 896 ] 



TOH '^-^ 



tchaii()()^^4(j(l_.I^.Rev. 
12, 35, ship, boat; plur. i\\\\ ; Copt XOI. 

tchaau l'^ '^ ^U^. T. 187, p. 



675, N. 1284, 



I I I 



', Rec. 29, 154, 



those who sail, sailors, ferrymen. 

tchaiaa|^2L, 

tcha aa-t 1 "^l^ ^a^ I^ I , B.D 



Rec. 34, 161, a 
priestly title. 



133. 



19, the great sailing, the Great Boat (?) 

Tcha-tneter J 1 ^ jil^ , <rg^| o ^ fi'^ 



|, the "passage of the god" festival 

Tchat i "^ A. ^''^' ^^"'^•' ??^°f ^^^ 

1^ X XX 36 Dekans. 

Tcha unnut J "^ -^^ ^ ic, Tuat I, 

a star-god who acted as guide of Af. 

Tcha benu Asftr i^y^ J'^^ 

"^^ "^Prt " travelling benu of Osiris " — a title 
/I J] al ' of the star Venus. 

Tcha.tTuatJ_^_^^, l^y^ 

^ "^ ^ Tuat I, IX^- the name of a sailor- 
_^^ ITD' god in the Tuat. 

tcha I ^^ 232 I , the west wind. 

tcha 



\j 



Jour. As. 1908, 264, im- 
purity. 



266, dishonour, blemish (physical or moral); 
Copt. (Ti-eiO, XA.IU50T. 

tcha-t i^^r^n^-, Jour. As. 
1908, 269, humiliation, shame. 

tcha,tchau l^.l\ §^i\°- 

\ ^v V '^k' ^^"^' d^vil, demon, enemy; 
fern. 



tchai i ^ ()() -^ ^' Jo""^- ^ »9o8, 254, 

to steal, theft ; Copt. XlOfe. 



i^ 11 ^ ^' devil, fiend, foe. enemy; 

enemy of Ri; plur. 1 IL 11(1 ' ^ (liiasc) 
and I (](j ° ^ j (fern) B.M. 31, 144. 

tchai-t 1 "^^ /111 ^, pain, discomfort 



*^^^^-*i^iJ4^!''"'^"'*y- 



tcha- 



I 
I 



sin, guilt, reprehensible thing, offence. 

tchau-t I "^ %^ ^ Jl I, ^os^rt!«» 

& J^ Jr III U I enmity. 

tchatoha|i^,ii^4|^^. 

il (](j %* ^. foe, enemy; Copt XA^I. 

tcha-ti..i.lQl.B^^78.^;^a 
tohatchain I ^ I ^ (| ^. ^2. 

'9°5. >o3. ],'^]_'^^ , pot, vase, vessel, 
bowl ; Copt. XUJ, XU3I. 

tcha-t I'^'tT. R«- 3. 53. 1 1 ']?'. 

Rec. .7.-"6, i'^y. i^|. bag. sack. 
Stuff, garment, apparel. 

tcha-t i 1^^' ^^*^ ^7» *^^» l.*^* 

i^'i-^-^-i-^-<^e?) 
tcha& i h, P.S.B. 13, 37, an amulet 

tcha^t 1 ^^ (1 ?» cloth, stuff, garment 



^ TCH 



[ 896 ] 



TCH ^ 



e 



Jour. As. 1908, 255, 
' injustice ; Copt. OZI. 



, crane (?) 

*'"'^"U ^ 1 ^ ^' ■'''^- "'"- 

throne-chamber, throne. 

tchaas J "^ ^1 P ^ ' '° command 
troops, to be lord and master, captain. 

tchaas J "^ ^1 P d^' Dream Stele 33, 

ft tj ^^ ' ^"^^ ^' ^° know, to possess know- 
ledge, to direct, to command. 

ofwisdom(?);^_.|-^(JP 

fore-knowledge, primeval wisdom, the wisdom 
of ancient times. 



!, 



V ^ I > knowledge, wisdom, speech 



I I 



sage, wise 
man. 



tchaasu J"^!] P^^' 

the god of Knowledge; | [j "^ ^ \> ^ "", 
the seven wise gods who presided over painting 

master (?) commander. 



Tchaasu VII | "^ () p ^ ^^ 



I iiii 

I III' 

Diim. Temp. Inschr. 45, the Seven Divine 
Masters of Wisdom who helped Thoth to plan 
the universe. Their names were : Neferhat, 
Neferpehui, Nebtesheru, Ka, Bak, Khekh, and 
San. 

kind of plant used in medicine. 

the seed of the 
same. 



tchaasu I ^[]p;,, 

tchaa ft xj, Rec. 15, 16 = ^^ ^, 

lament, lamentation. 

tchaau 



to 



tchaaiu | 



a kind of seed or 

o III' grain. 

(S \I , a kind of plant. 



tchaab j '^(l, Mettemich Stele 193, 
to be hot, to glow, to roast, to cook. 

tchaab-t J__ziJ^, var. ^^J'^Ql' 

hot, glowing embers. 

tchaam I d|\ ^^^, ^-Z- ^^78, 48, 

ill. _M^ ^^' strength. 

tchaam J^^^"^' Rev. 14, 19, 

quietness, rest; Copt. 6^JULH. 

tchaami ^^[jIn}^ ^, ^^''- '4. 12, to 

t!s) Jei^ J^ devour. 

tchaami i^^llfl f>^^*^. Rec. 15, 



17, book; Copt. 2ia)(J0JULe. 

XJ Rev. 12, 84, bolt; 



tchaar i 



Copt. 6"Xo. 



u 



tchaari |^ _^ (JIJ ^-^, Rev. n, 139, to 

drive away, to repulse. 



tchaaq I 



i, Rougd I.H. II, 
125, to cry out; compare Heb. pj^jj^ Arab. 



(2 A 



».x^ * 



tchaaqta I 



M 



!, 



cry, outcry; compare Heb. Hpi^^. 

tchaatit I V^^^'^'^^"^,''^^^' 

• • iili_M^c:£;f=, W W I I I staff. 

tchaatchai (tchatchi) J ^ J (](] 7\, 

Rev. 12, 33, to run; Copt. (Tbxi. 
out towards. 



t^J^^-tJAIlB']. 



5 



, cloth. 



stuff, garment ; see the following : 

tchai-Ut 1^11^,^,. whole garments 
as opposed to rags. 

tchai I (]() S, Rev. ,, .4.. valley, 

tchaiu(?) I 



X I 

I 
s I 



I , Anastasi I, 



16, 8, a kind of ground or land (?) 

ITU I wall ; Copt. 



S ^(?) 



tchai I 

tchaiua | '^ flfl -f) A. Herusatef Stele 
19, an inner chamber in a temple. 



■^ TCH 



[897] 



TCH "^ 



tchait |^(1(]]7^,. Rev. 14, 33. olives, 
olive trees ; Copt. XOeiT". 

tchaau i^^^^. i^^ 

^ CEL, Siut 15, B.D. 70, 2, hair, foliage. 

evening, darkness, night. 

tChau 1% ^^' "^7, cloth, stuff, gar- 
iLjr' ment. 

tchau-t J % ^ \\, T. 379, a garment 
made by Horus for Osiris. 

Tchau J "^^ ^, Tuat VII, a rec- 
tangular lake or pool measuring 440 cubits x 
440 cubits. 

tchau K , L.D. 2 2QC, domain. 

tchau-t I v\ , Nastasen Stele 30, a 
chamber or hall of a temple. 
tchau J %^%^ ^, an amulet 



tchaut Ic^n^, ^^"^^ '^' "^' y°""S 

A \. Ill animals. 

tchauata i^f| ^](1 V' ^"^^- 

tasi IV, 12, 9, P.S.B. 13, 411, a kind of flying 
insect (?) bird (?) crane (?) 

Rec. 15, t6, papyrus; Copt. ZOOTq. 
tchaut nu-t ^ ^ , twentieth. 

n o 

Tchauti J '^ ^, Tuat I, a hawk-god. 

tchab K J ^*> want, need, weakness, 
impotence, starvation; see ^^ M Q2i; Copt. 

jchabai^^^^l,^^^ 



Heb.NlS^ plur. D'^Nl^; HM^, plur. frtWa^, 
Assyr. ^ |J ^•-, sa-a-bu (Briinnow, List, 8137), 
in plur. ^]f y.^^^, Eth. 0^^ : 

tchabaA-t J^ "J^ |] S fj o, Rev. 14,34. 
very hot emJxjrs, fire. 

tchabagii^J^^B^im 

w«/v« Qt' ^° ^'P' ^° inimerse, to submerge; 
i^lX, Syr. -*^5, Arab. i > ^; compare Assyr. 



var. 



:^yf ^- t:<IE, "dyed stuff" (Rawl. C.I.W.A. 
V, 15, 6, 13). 

tchabagaiu|-^J^O-^(|(| 

I qI^, drowned men. 

tChabtlu|^Jf^>-^,Peasan, 

229, a fisherman who catches fish by a particular 
kind of means or instrument. 

tchabgatchaqa i"^ Js^i"^ 

^^, jt , to be upside down, 
name; compare Heb. ^^D2. 

tohapurm4^D^'='^f^, 

V, an animal, goat(?); 

tchapurtA i ^ ° ^T* ] (| ,;,. ^o""d 

things, rings, cakes ; compare Heb. m'^C?. 

tChapqa |^^ ° ^\"^ ^, dancer, 
acrobat. 

tchafl I '^'^-^ fj' ^^^^^ ^'^'^ 7» ^*^- 

A K^ r\ Rev. 13, 27, to be hot, to burn, to 
^ U '4' be angry; Copt. ZOq. 

tChaff I ^i^ fj, to b« hot, to burn, 
to be angry, to roast. 

tohafui^«^^|^i.«-°-\3.. 

3 I- 



D W 

(2 <=>! _fii^ • • • 
compare Heb. "^^C^, Syr, 



^ 



TOH 



[898] 



TCH "^ 



roasted food. 

^v |r » M. 402, to throw up the arms ( 1 



I in gladness. 



tcham J I £=, sceptre; see "^ ^1- 

tcham 



("=1^ 



, to copulate, to beget; 



young man; plur. A ^\ S) I, IV, 924, 1006, 



1' u 



1' u 






© 



1' 



li-i^klii'iTTii'i 



Rev. 12, 17, young men, young soldiers, recruits, 
young folk in general, descendants, posterity; 
Copt. XUOXK. 

tchamu nu thau J ^v ^ ^ ' % 

jSc^ ,c=jjj vgi I A.Z. 35, 17, the generations of 



I ■ men, the human race. 

Tchamaa J "^ ^ R Jj , the god of 

Western Thebes ; Copt. XHJULe. 

tchamaa |^^^,|^^f>, 




, Rev. 

14, 36, papyrus, a roll of papyrus, a sheet of 
calculations, book, volume, document; Copt. 
XOXJOJULe, XUOJJL. 



tchama J "^ .^ ^^, dry land, 
parched ground ; compare Heb. 1ii^J32, Eth. 
f\^^ : , Arab. '^ , to be thirsty. 



tchama j ^X7 I^, Rev., calm (of the 
weather) ; Copt. Z^-JULH. 

tchama (?) I l^P ] r^, ^^^^^ ^^ s*^^^' 

^ ^ iitM ^^-^' throne. 

tchames J'^^^^v, P.S.B. 20, 198, 

to devour, to consume. 



tchan I 



O 



., Rev., soft. 



easy-going, feeble; Copt. Z^^Ite. 

tchani-t I flfl ^, Jour. As. 1908, 273, 



feebleness, idleness, supineness ; 

Copt, xnn, xn^^^^'€. 





Tchan-t J '^ '"^' ^^, the sacred boat 
of the Nome of Gynaecopolites. 

J»^ AAAAAA AAAAAA 

.k,,, \^.AnastasiI, 



24, I, 



ftA/WV\ AAftAAft 



\^: 



AAAAAA AAAAAA V* 



AAAA/V\ AAA/NAA 



I I 

^ W W k=fl' 
to shake, to shiver through fear, to become 
gooseflesh, tribulation, fear. 



tchanariu (?) 

see tchanri. 
tchanahu 

nungen 69, 



V; 



I I I 



•, Rech- 






, rudder handle, 
arm ; Copt. 



Tohanu|o^JJJ,P.4r84o^ 

1203, the four long-haired gods who stand in 
the east of the sky. 

tchanfT d?^,Rev. 13,37, 1 

to offer, chance ; Copt. XU3nC|. 

tchanr 



I I 

/\Aft/\AA ^ 



• X 



^ I I I 

, B.M. 138,3, to 



X Ji' & _&^ III ^ 
recompense, to requite, to reward. 

1 1 <=>i^^^^' A^^i 1 1 

:^> ^:»-7»- branch of a tree, staff, bar ; Copt. 
I III' X^Jk. 



tchanr 



■^ TCH 



disease of the skin. 

tchant i O ] ^, ^^''•' ^° «''P«"e"ce, to 

sa V ^1 try. 

tchar I "^^ ^ , J - , to spy, to 



[ 899 ] TCH "^-^ 

O, a tchara I JBa^^, Rev. rj, 103, strong. 

tchar& J (] , ^, strong, mighty; 



scor- 



ur. 



scrutinize; Copt. Xcp. 
spy, guide (?) 

tchar |<=>(|,|^fJ,J_^^ 

Q Rec. 16, 137, to burn, to dissolve, to boil 
'4* away; Copt. X€p, XUOp, XOjX. 

tchar J ^^*Q '. Rec. 16, 57, Amen, ii, 
19, 25, 4, J ^. r^ I, something unpleasant 
or hateful (?);plur.|^^'7 

tchar I .^^^ , enemy, rebel. 

to measure, to compute ; | ^^. ra 0\ 1 ' ' ^^^' 
Hamm. 13, 121. 

tchar-t h ^ , registration office. 



® Amen. 10, 
III' 2. 



tchar 



L-fl 



, Rev. II, 186, Jour. As. 



1908, 248, to be strong, to act violently, to over- 
come; Copt. XpO, XUXJOpe. 

tchar ner J^ ^^ ^ , ^^^p^ A 

Tchar-t I 3^, MetternichStele73, 

a mythological scorpion. 

tchara ]_<=.'^U-fl4^^UJ. 

Rev. 12, 52, to overcome; Copt. ZpO. 

tchara i _&ft %v ^, to be bound, tied. 



,2, ^ ' Copt. (TojX, xwX, 



Copt, xuope, xcupi, zuxope. 
tcharfta|-^^~ ^-^ 



"**=* r - Thes. 1198, to strike, to cast down, 
^-^u^ ^^' to smite to the earth ; Heb. JHS. 

tcharft l'^.2;a***A, Dem. Cat... 

tchari|^(j(lLj. R-^'V^^-^: 
tch^-t i^--(ll]" R--3. 

14, I , Rev. 14, 51, area; Copt. XHpe. 

tcharu i'^<=>^=*=«^' Peasant 
281, excuse, apology. 

tchar-ut(?)|^^^;-';7^.w 

tasi I, 12, 4 

tcharm J .2^ ^. ^, Rev. n, 172, to 

make a sign ; Copt. XtOpJtJL 

tcharm |^^. R*=v. 13, '5. ^"^ 

plant; Copt. (TXhiJULI, Arab jllJ^ Rapha- 
nus lyratus (Loret). 



.2:6 



III 



, the seed or 



tcharm I 

fruit of the same, a perfuuie. 

tcharna i'^T Vk^^' "^ 
tchareh J "^*'|'^, A.Z. 1878, 48, 

is il /^ poor, wretched, miserable: Copt 
-®=^ X ll j^ ' ^PtW&. 2JoX^. 

tcharkha |,-£^^^. ^^'^- \': Z.^.*; 
tchar-khams I .ax. T ^ IqJ D . Rev. 

II, 169 ; Copt XOoXe ^AlLC (?) 

3 L 9 



a " \ 



III' 



"^ TCH 



[900 ] 



TCH ^ 



Rec. 15, 125, a kind of fruit, carob; Copt 

tchart I 

plur. 



, skiff, boat, ship; 

_ I w 



var. 



I I I 



■M 



or title of a god of sickness. 

tchah i g } ^, Rev. 12, 61, to touch. 

, Thes. 1206, to crush; 



tchah 1 



1 ^= Q e ^, Rev. ; Copt. X^.^, XO^ (?) 



tchah 



0, 



to anoint, to smear; 



Copt. xtW^. 
rejoice; var. s=j|^^^J. 

tchas i 1\ P ^/° °''^^'"V *° ^'■'■'"s^' 

^ t^ I ^ to command. 

tchasa \ ^^ ' (J ^f > ^ ^^^^ ^^ learned 
man ; see tchaas | ^^, (1 I n^. 

tchas l^s^ ''^j plants, flowers, vege- 
tables; var. 1 "vX fl I v5. 
^ _M^ 1 I 111 

tchasfa I J^ "^ ^^~^, i \ ^"^ 

to inaugurate a house or establish- 
ment. 



W 



, Jour. As. 



tchasfait | [q1 

1908, 307, an establishment; Copt. X^CCje. 

tchasha-tioo^-a'^^n^^trSlL^ 

tchaqi I ^ (1(1 L^,^^^-^^' 47. to effect; 



Copt. XCUK. 
tohnVfl iv 4^ ^^^^ '° ^^ perfect; 

tchaka J,U gf»copt. zook (e^oX). 
tchakitcha J ^^i^ ^Q i ^ ^ ' 

Rev. 13, 4, gnat, midge ; Copt. xeKXlK. 

tchat i '^ storehouse, warehouse, maga 
Jl r~i * zine. 



tchati(?) i 

throne-chamber, seat. 

Tchat Tuat I 



^ w 



, Rec. 3, 56, throne, 



^ i< . 



: (i)acroco- 

dile-god ; (2) a singing-god who gave water to 
the dead. 



o, N. 727 



to confine, to 
shut up. 



tchatt 
tchatah J Ij [j 

tchatU (?) I ^ ^, to burn, fire. 
tchat-tU(?)i7.^,Hh. 479. wand, 

tchat I %, c^^ ?, U. 510, 



T. 323, to stick an animal, to cut the 
throat of a beast. 



/wwAA , urine. 

AAAAAA ' 



, Tuat X, a 



tchati-t I 
Tchatiu I 

group of gods in the Tuat. 

tchatu I'^c^^'^fffl],!, 38, 1 



^51 , hall of 

tSij -DINS' _Zi tSa _ZTN^ I I 

a building, hall with pillars, audience chamber. 

tchatfau I ^^-^ (1 e ^, ^^^' '3, 40, 

tii ¥ — 1 III reptiles. 

tchatcha-t (?) hh-h^ ^, '~^, '~^, 

I I I 

o , estate, domain, landed property; plur. 

h-t-1 I l-t-H H-t-H © 

o© 1' ^ III' ^ I ill 

Tchatcha-t ent aakhu 

^ ^ I > the domain of the spirit-souls. 

Tchatcha t (?) Amentt ^-^-\^ 

the domain of Amenti, i.e., the cemetery. 



O III' 



zme. 



R(\y>uQ\> 



Tchatcha-t ent heh ""^ g O J, 

the domain of eternity, i.e., the tomb. 

Tchatcha-t tcheser-t '^^=^ ^ , 

the holy domain, the cemetery, the Other World. 

tchatchau ^t^v^| heads, />., people, 
I _a ^ I the crowd. 



'^^ TCH 



[901] 



TCH 



^ 



®, ®, head; Copt JCOJX; %• ^ f- ^ 

i i 2 I ' ^"'"" *■ "po"; Copt. g,ixn. 
tohatcha-t "^ i ?• U. 449, T. 257, 

N..6,,X3.., 1"^^^, 11^, M.700, 

a high official, chief of a company of priests, 
member of council or of a college, judge, etc. 

Tchatcha-ti ^"^ ^A iv, 1192, the 

two Chiefs or Judges. 

tchatcha-t ^-^^^1, Hh. 354, 

^8,17., |0i0|I,Rec.36,.35,ii^]. 



Ill 



O I 
!, 



^ 



o 



I, Rec. 30, 193 



■^ 



ic^ i- ii^ I !• ^"- 3-' '"• ~'"-' °f 



I ^ ^ ^ I , the double council. 



I I I 



,IV. 



CZ!) I && CD\ \L1 I 
judges, council of statesmen, board of guardians, 
college, board of overseers, the task masters of 
the Other World, chiefs, foremen. Later forms 

i!ji o t!^ 

o 

Tchatcha-t ur-t i ^ | ^"^ ^^ 
tiji o li^ I I 

1 1 14, the Great Council, the Chief Council of 

a city or town. 

tchatcha-t nesu (?) U 2 1 5^ 

A.Z. iQoo, 35, Royal College (?), Royal 
Council (?) 

tchatcha-t nesu (?) aa-t U^^ ^ | 

/I , B.D. 18 and 20, the great council of judges. 

Tchatcha-t Abtu i^],^-^ ^ j ^ J 

C^^ tk B-D- ^^^' Osiris, Isis, Upuatu, and 
® JT' Tet. 



Tchatcha-t Anu^Oll^Jg, 

B.D. i8a, Tem, Shu, Tefnut, Osiris, Thoth. 

Tchatcha-t Asir H"-*-*^^*^ 

court of judges of Osiris. 



Tchatcha-t up mitu 11 ^ l h+h ^ 



I , B.D. 1 8c, Thoth, Osiris, 



V 

D X U Ji"^ JI Ji^ I 

Anubis, Astenu, the council of the judgement 

of the dead. 






Tchatcha-t ur-t em Anu |l 

. ill O P- S77» the Great Council of go< 
1^ HI © ' in Heliopoli 

Tchatcha-t Pe-Tep J ^ J »-+-» ^ 



I 
I 
i 

B.D. i8d, Horus, Isis, Mesta, and 

Hepi. 



D 



Tchatcha-t Naarru^f i ^ i "^ (1 

^ "^ " ' ^^'- -^ 1 *^ 'V' ^•^' '^' 

I and 20, Ra, Osiris, Shu, Bebi. 

Tchatcha-t Rekhti i ^ 1 j_4_^ % | 

-^•^ ^ B.D. i8e, Horus, Isis, Anubis, Mesti, 
o\\^' Thoth. 

Tchatcha-t Restau i^i n-t-n ^ I 

<=>-^j^^^ B.D. i8j, Horus, Osiris, Isis, 
I I I I ' and another god. 

Tchatcha-t khebs-ta | ^ L-h-* ^ I, 

® U t^ 71 , B.D. i8h, three unnamed gods. 

Tchatcha-t khesef-t Aapepi I 1 ^ 

divine judges who condemned Aapep. 

Tchatcha-t S^khem i^i^-^c^' 



k— '^ B.D. 18c, Osiris and IJeru- 
no' khenti-n-ariti 



Tchatcha-t ta^a-t, etc. 11 £ ^ 

^"1 rr^^^'Jl. Tuat VIII, the 

c^ ff=tl I c^ t Jl I I I 

gods who distributed rations to the dead. 

Tchatcha-t Tuat ii^ISi^i ^' 

the Council of the Other World, the judges in 
the Tuat. 

31-3 



TCH 



[ 902 ] 



TCH 



Tchatcha-t Tuat ii^S^!^' 

Tuat V, the judges of Time in the Tuat. 

Tchatcha-t Tetu (Tchetu) | £ |^ 

-^ ! iitk<^ B.D. i8b, Osiris, Isis, 
jQ 1 1111 Jr Nephthys, Horus. 



tchatcha I o i ^,Thes. 1323, | 

, Banish- 



lii! lUl I I ^ 

(£ 1 1 -11. 12 ci 1 1 (£ W 



B.D. 99, 16, a 
part of a boat. 



c^ 



, Leyd. 



ment Stele 9, throne, throne-chamber, seat. , 

tchatcha U ,0m' ^^^^^^ places, 

government offices. 

tchatcha ii^7 
tchatcha-t I %. I 

Pap. 7, 13, lyre (?) 

tchatcha-t I I ^ 1 W, Thes. 524, 
liiitlli o f e^ 

^ *l* ^) harp, zither, lyre. 

tChatcha-ti (?) k ^ L,, harper. 

I T=T, n AAA^ , to fill with 
water, to water. 

tchatchai | | M -^^ Jour. As. 1908, 
297, to break ; Copt. XKX. 

tcha-t '^!1'=^'^» ^^^' 27, 226, 29, 

150, a kind of bird(?) 

tcha CO = 2Z1' ■^^' "^^ 

tcha 2^ "l ^. 111 1 ^' "^^'^'^^ 2^ 

"l ^ ^, Genre 45 ; Copt. X^.Ie. 

tcha 



O A.Z. 72, 107, to roast 
L-=Z1' meat(?) 



tcha 



^'-. 



(§. 



•::^ 






, storm, gale of 



wind, hurricane ; plur. ^^ j iy-^ ' » ^°^ p 
I^ I , Amen. 5, 14, °^ ^ X^ I 3 , Amen. 

IZH /wwvA IZZL storm of wind : ^^ 2ZII 



^"^Kj^T, Peasant 244, violent storm; J 
^ I ^vii. '^ '"^'^^ » *^^ moist wind from 

/] 1 _m^A AAAAAA 



the north; ^ O j: 



(0(3» 



W 



Amen. 
' 3, 15- 



Tcha 2^ r^' ^•^- 39, 18, a storm-god. 

tcha ^^ "l ^, Rec. 20, 40 

tcha 2^"!, IV, 807, 2^-^=-^> ]3 

^ s.^-:^ , stick, staff, stalk. 

tcha '^^, 



stalk, stem, straw, 
weed. 



tchaa 



^Z^% "l^- "^ 



1 1 I 



I I 



, straw, weed. 



tchatcha ^^ 23 in' ^^' ^^' ^° ^^^^' 



to strike; 



, to knock at a door. 



to trv, to test. 



tchaa °^ ^^ X ^, 

tchau 2^ 1^ "^ i ' ^ ^'""^ ""^ ^'^^^ 

tchab ^^ ] , M. 689, seat, throne (?) 

tchab ^iHJI^'^J — °1' ^"^^'• 
tchab 21 Jo, to tally (?) 

tchab-t 2lIlJ^1''2^J^^' 

2^ J ^ ^' ^^^- ^' 51, 17, 146, varr. ^ D 

11 o (1, I a I "^f fuel, material for a fire; 

2^ J "^ I, B.D. 147, I, 12, I^eyd. Pap. 3, 11, 
^^ \ , animals' dung for fuel. 

tchab '^■"^°, Rec. 16,141, a kind 

of seed used in making the incense Kyphi — 
aspalathus (?) 

Tchabu:::l^J^^^^(=2::lHJ 

^^^^). P.282, 2^^J^,M.528, 

N. 1 106, gods with their hair ( M ) 

dressed (?) 



"^ TCH 

tcham^^l^l.T. ,44. 1:) 

^°"|. sceptre; plur. 2::) k 111' "• «* 
T. ,33,P.94.6,9,N..3o6, ^^IJI 

''•-::i^i;::ti*.^ii 

tchaamdu "^ — ° ^ ^ ^' ^- 55° 

T. 304, sceptres; see ^^ t^ ]• 

TchSmu 1::||^|||, p. 645, 673, 

692, M. 664, 767, N. 1279, 1311, the sceptres 
of the sons of Horus. 

Tchamu-ti 2Z|^^°. Tuat IX, a 
god with a serpent sceptre. 

Tchfim en Anpu 1 1 ^^A/w^ (] ^^ ^, 

B.D. 96, 3, the magical sceptre of Anpu. 

Tcham en tes 1 1 ^A/vw^ ^^ anm , B.D. 

125, III, 25, a magical sceptre called . ?y ? 



[ 903 ] 



TCH "^ 



tcham j 



, Palermo Stele 



l^rSiS^, Koller 3, 8, | — psn, L.D. 



Ill, 194, I 

■1 



000 



I' Aooo Jj^lll' I 



o i' i-M^rssniii' Aooo_^j^iii' ilrss^' 

Rec. 6, 1 1, white-gold, a kind of precious metal ; 
1 '^' AAAAAA vswvN, IV, 367, the finest tcham; 

t\ o o o , w , 

1^^1=1, IV, 849, real tcham; |^^ 



• — ■ AAAAAA "Sr 



AAwv\ ™- tcham from the hill-top. 

o III I ^ 111' ^ 



tchamti(?) 1 

fighting men. 



w ]m I 



, bowmen, 



Tohamtiu||^;^;^I.B.M.3..44., 



a class of fiends. 



tchftr ^ ^*^, Mar. Kam. 35, 60, ^^ 

P. 1116 B. 6, i)"! y^, Rec 26, aaS, "^ 

1, -Zj^'IV Book of Breathings III, 13, 

^^ I -^^, Koller 2, 6, ^^ '^^, 

Anastasi IV, 28, 2^ JL ,^^, A-Z. 2, 14, 

^ I 1' ^) 1 I' P^^*"* 93. to test, to 
try, to seek, to pry into, to investigate, to ex- 
plore, to look out for someone, to search into ; 
Copt. XtAJp, XHp. 

Tchar khat 2?) ) /^ **^, b.D. 125, 
<=>' I o III ^ 

III, 37, "searcher of the reins " — a title of the 
god of the Judgement. 

tchar ^ ^, Rec. i6, 159, "^ ^O, 



to sift. 



, a sieve. 



tcharu '^^^ ^^ 

tchar-t "^^Y, twig, branch; Copt 

tchard ^(10. ^•^- '^^'r'^' ^°'^v 

<=> ' 1 Lc fortress (?) 

Tcharukha ^ W^ '^' ^*^^*^ 

Amenhetep III, a city, situation unknown. 

tchah 2!I1 1 ^ [^ ' P"^°"- 

tchat J^ o O olive oil; Copt xoerr, 

compare Heb. n^T, Syr. k^^, Arab, ^^j^j, 
Eth. H^t : 

Tchatt "^ "I ^ ^, a country in the 
SCldin which produced silver. 

tChfit (?) 2:;| =^ "1 43 I, wind. 
storm, tempest. 

tchatch "^"^ .^-, ^° '^^^P 7**^' 

«( V to observe. 

tchitch "^"^ Tlr. '^"'-^ '^fi' 

Wl \\l ^ \\l \\l III 

blossom, flower; compare Heb. V^, 

3^4 



■^ TCH 



[ 904 ] 



TCH 



T. 292, the name 
or title of a god. 

EdfQ I, 81, a title 
of the Nile-god. 



tchUU "^ ^^' ^•^' ^9°°' i29,moun- 
tain ; see "fU ; Copt T*OOT. 

tchua-t "^ Q, "^ O' *^^ P^"°^ °^ 

culmination of a star : var. ^^ ^ O . 

Tchua ^ ^::^ 

Tchun ^Y^ 

tcheb, tcheba A, u. 229, 

U. 401, "^ J ^"^i U, 405. T. 272, 273. 

385, p. .69, 380. AJ^.AJI AJ 
.^JA'AJxC-.AJ^l- 

^ i=±£=3 to supply, to furnish with, to 
\\ ^ /I ' equip, to provide, to decorate. 

tcheba-t ^ "^^ ?• 584,'^ J ^^ 

M. 401, equipment, decoration. 



tcheb A 11 s"^, ^^^- 3' 46, food, 

f\ ^ 111 provisions. 

tcheb, tcheba A J ^ . A '^' A 

) _ , A J(V^>^° g'^^ something in 
place of something, to restore, to replace, to 
indemnify, to supply, to pay for, to discharge 
a debt or obligation, to requite, to reward, to 
barter, to exchange ; Copt. TtUtO^e. 

tchebb ^ J J jl. *° P^^' ^° 'Tiwar? 

recompense, remuneration, price, bribe; F 

ll ^^~^ I J] Jour. As. 1908, 279, plac 
iJ o /^ U' retribu 

tcheb A I - T^e in e X^e (Rev.). 
tcheb A "^ ®^ tcheb <z=> A 

J (2 j , <=> A Q ^ 1 ' ^" return for, because 
of, instead of; later forms are «cz: 



(3 



j (], A.Z. 33, 122, 



(D O (2 



e T-^HHXO-r ; ^ ; (j J, 



Rev. 13, 39, wherefore? because of what? Copt. 



tcheb 



fune- 



A^.AI^-AJ^- 

^ Rev. 12, 119, punishment, retri- 
^ bution in a bad sense. 

tcheb ^J.,^J.5,^J[_5, 

AJ=Ld.'AJ^aU%- 

"^ 5, A^^ S' ^^c- 5. 96, to clothe, to 
dress, to dress up, to deck (of the living), to 
bandage, to provide with grave-cloths, bandages, 
etc. (of the dead). 

tcheb ^ J M' A J ^' A^' ^ ^'""^ 

of stuff or garment ; A "^^ > A J I 
veils or bandlets. 

tchebuit^J^S^J^lJ, 

rary wrappings and other equipment. 

tcheb-t °Vl A > P- 614, M. 780, N. 1 137, 

AJ^'AJ-'AJn'AJ"' 
AJI^'AJ^t^-A^.^ 

, A , funerary box or coffer, coffin, 

sarcophagus, the coffin chamber ; plur. A 1 ^ 

; Heb. HlJl , Copt. ee^I ; see c^>i J 

tcheb-ti A I|",^-.°' '>J''-*'V^° 

t\ ^W IS coffined, i.e., dead. 
Tchebti^J^^,A-Z.X905,4^r,^a 

tcheb ^J[[^,^J^,^J 

^[[U-fl,IV,8i4,Rec. 13,203, ^J(2[^, 
A.Z. 1900, 28, A J ^ [M' ^^^' ^^' 
I47» A 1 ' A 1 » Metternich Stele 41, 



cm 
cm 






^ 



TCH 



[ 905 ] 



TCH 



^ 



to obstruct, to stop (a canal) to be blocked up. 

tcheb 



a kind of cage of wicker- 
work. 



Will 



'-■^''^ lattice work (?) the woodwork of a fishing 
III' or hunting net. 

tchebu "^ J-^. "^J^— -. 

IV, 663, ^ J , Anastasi I, 267, part of 

a chariot; compare Heb. ^2}. 

tchebu klS/k}''%^-^ 

.907. 125, A J ^ o"?^o' '^«=- ". '^«. ^ J 

\I, flowers, foliage, garden arbour; varr. 
;^ I J), the flowers of Un-Nefer. 

tcheb4u^J(]^f>5r,-J,-t 
toheb^^J;^4J^4J^. 

^1 Jk /I' ^^ ^w— ^, to pierce, to stab; 

^ X 
'''' b ^' 

tchebtcheb ^^^J^wJ^— fl>^J 

, to pierce, to stab; varr. J J jj J. ^S^ 



tcheb k J ,c^ » A J i ' javelin, spear, 

harpoon; plur. ^ J ^» A J ^' ^'^' ^^^^' 
21, the chain or rope attached to a harpoon. 

tcheb-t^J-. T. .63, ^J. 

'^Vj anm , M. 176, brick, seal; dual "^s^ II 

, two bricks, double seal ; plur. "^v. U 1 , 

QUID Jr* Jl amD 1 

,,. , -♦ Dnm ^^'^^ nss-v I ... . . 
IV, 765 ; ^ , , , ^ o I ' ^"^^*' '•'•♦ '"8°^^ 

ruined brickwork ; Copt. XtJOfi.e. 

Tcheb-^JI-J-^^.J^ 

[^ ^, Rec. 26, 132, a god. 



Tcheb "^ J 1 1,Tuat II I,a dog-headed 
god ; see Tebi. 

tcheb •^*^,-^J^.«Y- 

tchebS, ]|, ^^ J, the number 10,000; 

Stele 23, myriads, thousands, hundreds, tens; 
Copt. Tfi^.. 

tchebS^J_.|.^*|^ 

Jl'l'l 1' ^'"^"* "'^^' 1 D^. ibid. 17.7, 

finger ; dual ^ J a) \ P. 1 96, 420, M. 602, 

N. 859, 1207, "j^j, U. 430; plur. "^ J 

]]], U.48o,T. 246, N. 1293, "^ J 0]]] 

^.T.,96.^J_.^111,P.678.^ 

J yv V^, N. 764, fingers of iron ; Heb. i^?^, 

Arab. ^_j^\, Copt XH^e, THH&e, S>t. 

Ln^, Eth. ^f^f]C)^ : plur. }^F,r{]() : 

tcheba Set ll fl ^ , N- 302. the name 
U I anm of an onenng. 

Tcheba(?) 1 ^, 1 fj.godof 



Tcheba ur en Sekri 



n 



^-. 



w 



B.D. 153A, 7, the pole of the net of the 

Akeru-gods- 



Tchebau en Heru-semsu 

paddles of the magical boat. 

Tcheba en Sekri | 1 -wwva^^w^, 

B.D. 153A, 1 7, the name of a part of the magical 



net. 



Tcheba en Shesmu 1 1 -w^a^ ©jj: 

t^ J5| B.D. 153B, 5, the name of a part of the 
Jl id' magical net 

Tohebaui en tepu &a R& ^"j ~vmv«a 

of two parts of the net of the Akeru-gods. 



^ 



TCH 



[ 906 ] 



TCH °^ 



Tchebaui netcherui ] 1 ^ 



L-J 



I I 



B.D. 1 53 A, 19, "grasping fingers"— a name of 
two parts of the magical net. 

, A.Z. 



tcheba l^T"^. 1 ^ 
1905, 19, "l^^' l'^^' '° ^'^^'' '°^^ 

sealed ; Copt. XCOOJ^e. 

tcheba "^ J □]], seal; '^ J D 

^ "^=f, "great seal"; "^ J a "j ^§ 

"little seal," U. 583, N. 963. 

tchebai-t ^ o (j(j ^ g, iv, 1072 

]-^8,iv. X044, 1q^>1§, 8^ 



seal;plur. "l g 1, A.Z. 45, 124, "j o^Q ; 1 

A.Z. 1899, 86, 1^ Q l> IV, 209, seal rings 

seals of office ; Copt. T^^-C, Heb. nV^^Q 
Assyr. ti-im-bu-'-u .-^< ^^]] "j^>- ^^^] '^^ 
(Winckler, El-Amarna, 24, 2, 20), and tim-bu-u-bi 
"t^ ^- tffif!: t^ (Rawlinson, C.I.W.a! V, 
26, 7, Obv. 4). 

tchebatiu 8\ | IV, 1 116, keeper of 
i^ _att> I seals, treasurers. 

Tcheba '^ J — Q 8 | ^> Tuat I, god 

of the seal (?) 

tcheba -V^ ^^^ 8 ^^' trouble, 

misery; | ° ^^^^ "^ V' ^^^^^ ^^^^® 37> 

troubled ; Copt. XCJO^. 

tcheba-t(?) "ig, 
tcheba -^ J ^.-^^ 

^ a plant or wood used in making 
Q ' kyphi incense. 

tcheba-t '^ J ** Q , roasted food. 
tchebu ^*^ Jv ^' '■^'^^""^» income. 

tchebha ^ ^ ^> ^"^ ^'^^ °"'' 0° elf 

tchepeh '^ | ^v, apple; Heb. mSiH. 

tchef 



^ Rev. 12, 10, instant; 

Copt, zen (?) 



j^ 



f^"^, to spit, to 



tchefu ^^ Z"^, drop of water. 

tcheftchef ^ ^, ^ !^ f^' 

°^ °^ O, "1 ^^ |, to drip, to sprinkle, 

to pour out, to drop tears ; | ^ 1|V I 0' 
Litanie 47. 

tchef ^ O = ^ "^ ' '^' ^"^'^ ° Vye' 

tcheftchef-t ^^ ^^ . , a disease of 
the eye, rheum of the eyes (?) 

Tchef-en-utchat i!!!| -^^^ ^S |» ^^^ 
tchefa ^, U. 202, ^ "^ °' T. 79, 

331, M. 232, ^^-^, 5^^. 

p. 102, M. 90, N. 620, 621, ^^ CF=o, I 



.© 



celestial food or offerings. 

tchefu ^^ V\^^^ .J), to provide with 
food, to supply with offerings. 

Tchef 



Ombos I, 186, one of the 14 
kau of Ra. 

Tchef °^ rfl. the Food-god ; fem. Tchefit 



eject moisture. 



Tchef '^ ^, 0^^°' ^' ^5. a god of 

H { \\ offermgs. 

Tchefit ^^,'^^0, B.D. TIG, 
35, a goddess and a locality in Sekhet-Aaru. 

tchef ^^ ffl , a kind of tree. 

tchef ^^ ^^^5 wretchedness, misery, 
sadness; Copt. ZOJq, Xiq. 

tcheftchef '^ "^ J\ , to patter with 



the feet, to walk with quick short steps. 

'^ a place of trembling 
[7:3' in Amenti. 



tchefi-t 



^ 



TCH 



[ 907] 



TOH "^ 



tchefen ^ ^ , a.z. 1906, 1 24, ^ , 

to rejoice ; see tefen » t^ £i . 

tchefen ^), ii^ q>j, to beget. 

tchefen w) ^, child, offspring; w) 
^ I, Rec. 15, 152, ^ ^ ^, Rec. 33, 3,4. 

tchefenti °^ A, ^ statue, figure 

•< Vo \\ n of an ancestor. 

tchefet-t '^ ''^, "^ ^ °^ ^ 

pupil of the eye; see ^^ ^^ , B.D. loi, 4. 

tchefetch '^^^_'^, B.D. loi, 4, 

pupil of the eye ; ^^^^ , Thes. 1200. 

tchem "^ ^ = "^ °|, sceptre. 

tchem (?) '^ ^ ^. apairof wings. 
tchems "^ ^ R, a kind of bird. 

tchemten ^ 



° III VWVAA ^11 H 



III 



, a substance used in making incense. 



I I I 



Tchemtch-hatut ^^^| 

Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Ra 
(No. 43). 

tchen;;^, round about, near (?) 

tchen ^^ ^ , to advance in a hurry. 

tchen-t °^ n, ^■^- ^^99, 95. a metal 
*^«^ V object, weapon or tool. 

tohenn-t ^|. ^®, ^7. 

top of the head, skull, the head and gills of a 
fish. 



(S Q 



tchennu-t ^ ^ ^ , Rev. 6, 26, ^ 

, threshing floor; plur. ^^ 



c^ ir-3 



Amen. 19, 8, ^^ ^'^^^ ' , Rec. 31, 21 ; Copt. 

xnooT. 
tchen^ 27( (] =i=:> U. 418, 2l) 1 ^ 

x4=c, T. 238, to cut through (?) 



tchen4-t 2;^ (] ^, U. 418. 2d (] ^ 

a:£x' '^- *38. 2]]]) i] ^ n, Rec 26, 79, "^ (j 

C , ibid, 27, 219, *S fl r ® '^"**' *^'.'?^' 
C=) " ^' (Sko' dyke. 

tchen4-t 2;;;) (] ^. p. 222, 2;;) (| 

(^ ^^, a festival of the last quarter of the 
month; ^ U^^^^^y Rec. 31, 32, 161. 

tchen^-t ^ (j ^, U. 546, vase, vessel (?) 

tchenau "^ fl % ° instruments, tods, 
.,.^1 1 _2r III' weapons. 

tchenu '^ ^, U. 201, ^^, 

'i- 78. '^ '^> N. 610, ^^^, T. 331. 
a kind of tree. 

Tchennutt °^!|.l %^, U. 458, a 

serpent-fiend in the Tuat. 

tchennut (tchent) ^^ ^^, attack, 

wrath, anger, angry; see -~^ O, and ^^ ■^)i 
Copt. ZUJItX. 

tchenben '^ fl , ^V', "o'- a" 

»«««l ^000 article of tribute. 
tchenp ^^ D V , to cut, to divide. 

tchenp-t ^ ° ^, Rec. 27, 219 

tchenf -^ U 1 , Rosetta Stone 38, cere- 
monies performed in honour of someone. 

Tchener-ti 



a title of Isis 
* and Nephthys. 

tchenh '^ | ^^, T. 187, M. 785, 

2l) I ^^' ^- -^^'^ ^- '9^' 2d ^ 

X Ms^, P. 615, M. 364, N. 916, wing, pinion; 
tchenh ^^ 1» '^ invade, to attack. 



^ 



TCH 



[ 908 ] 



TCH 



n 



tchenh-t °^ | V> ^^'^^, beam, part of 
a ship; 2]} t^7r^'^-^'99. 29- 

tchens '^ P I fl' ^^^8^^ heavy; see 
tens ^"^ fl ] il, "^^^ n ] cmi. 

Tohenti ™\\27 |. ~t ^ ^. Litanie 
68, a form of the Sun-god Ra. 

Tchenti "^^ "7\ ^ ^' ^""^^ ^^^' ^' ^ 

two-headed god — one of the 75 forms of Ra. 
tchentha ^^ ?J* ^ , throne, throne- 



room ; see ^<^^ and /<^ <^ / \ 






tchent } ,_3 *^' U. 96, N. 374, 
1377, 2:3 ^, p. 631, 662, 689, M. 773, '^ 
^^, T. 276, ^ ^^ fK, Rec. 30, 194, 32, 

85, Hh. 414, 2:^ c£^ L-=Z1, Rec. 26, 230, 
**^ S, to attack with violence, to rage against. 

Tchentru °^ ^'^^%^^, t. 198, 276, 

N. 1294, '^"^^.P. 679, '^^^^ 
^^^,M. 4o,N. 68,agod(?) 

Tchenttchenter ^ ^ 

p. ^01 ; see ]) 



tchent Ch ^^ .^| , wrath, anger, angry, 
fury, attack ; see tchentchen and tchent. 

Tchentchen "^ '^ ^ J, ^'^' '^°' 

U^ — ]lc^ m II, a god. 

tchentchen °^ °^ JJ ^' Rec 32, 

85, '^ '^ ijT ^_=/I, B.D. 39, 12, to attack 



with violence ; see 



A/\AA/\A AAAAAA 



tchentchenu '^ °^ o, the attackers, 
\ I o besiegers. 

tchentchen-t 



Rec. 31, 26, 
attack. 



tcher-t '^ ||,Coptos8, 6, B ^, bread, 
food, sustenance. 



tcher-t -^ ^iSa, U. 3, 550, T. 29, 32, 

P. 6r3, M. 781, N. 179, 1 138, palm of the 
hand ; Copt. TOOT". 

tchera-t B fl '^ , Rec. 31, 30, hand. 

Tcher-t B ^ ,T. 308, the Great Hand 
heaven ; compare the hand [1 ) ^h ' ' 



m 

in Tuat X 



tcher B?, B , B;P, 



(3 



, when, 



since, whilst, as ; ^^^ B^ , Rec, 14, 12, because; 

tcher enti, tcher entet B^ , 

£3T , z:"" , Rec. 4, 31, because. 

tcher 3? > B^ , to be near the limit or 
boundary, by the side of something, near ; 
3n, P. 431, M. 617, N. 1222. 

tcher, tcheru B , u. 520, T. 329, 
B,u. 521, B .sai%^,T. 330, B« .s^, 

•'^'^ <rz> _zr <:z> 

701 (bis), ^^2^, ^%^, ^ 

ijii, B* ^~X^, border, boundary, 
limit; plur. B ^ff^. IV, 620* ^fff, 

B %:> £5:2 ■■ ,. limit of the earth; | O | 
, limitless eternity; ^ v^, 



M 



IV, 426, limitless; ,-n_ B ^^"^ 


1 1 1 


AAAAA/V 

> 


B 3=^, 

M. 2,Z, N. 
boundless ; 


unlimited; ^JU, B^ , 

123, without Hmit; .^J\. 

Copt. T"A.p, XKp. 


T. 


271, 

B 
< 5 


R22, 

(0 (3 
%5' 


tcher 




' door, a 
dary 


boun- 
door. 



tchera B [| : , boundary; Copt. THp. 

tcher B , B ; , B 1^, Rev. n, 

143, all, the whole; plur. ^^^ | ^ j^ 

m I i ^T^w ^" '^^ ^''^'' ^°p'- ^**P' 



^ 



TCH 



[ 909 ] 



TCH "^ 



tcher B« — er tcher <=:> B< , to 

the limit of, all ; <::> B» «_ , all of it ; Copt. 

THpq; <r=> B' ^^^, U. 405, all of you; 

<^ ^ '^ ', all thy desire; B O U , 

U. 131, N. 439i <=>_^ p^ <=> Bt =^. 
U. 461. 

tcher-a ^^, iv, 1074, B ^. iv, 

1 143, before. 

tcher bah B r=TD, B '^, ^ | 

(•=0), B* Vi^''^^^> from of old; B* 

I 
^^ I , ancestors. 

tcher ha-t ^^ --=^, from the beginning. 

tcher-ti B o "^ , belonging to olden 
time, he who is of olden time. 



•=0) 



tchertiu B 



I , Tombos Stele 15, 



W 



ancestors, forbears, predecessors, beings, human 

or divine, of ancient time: B^ | 1, Rec. 

«^^\\ I I 

16, 109, ■=] I ^^^,R--- 3. "6, ancestral 

tchertcheru B B % J I, b.m. 

5645, Rev. 2, ancestral gods. 

tchertcheriu B B (](j ^^ ' ; fem. 
Tcher, Tchera-t B, B« jj^oJ, 

^1!M-— ----- 

of Nephthys both of whom were represented as 
women, cows or birds, i.e., hawks, vultures, etc. 

Isis was the " Great Ancestress," B* (1 (£ ^^^^ 
^^ "J , and Nephthys the " Little Ancestress," 



, U. 313, 448, 



Tcher-ti B 

B^ 



, T. 256, P. 473, M. 539, 



N. 1118, B* ^ , B* 



o-».:^- 



ft 



w 



ft 



"^^"^^ ^ Nesi-Amsu i, i, the two ances- 
-^ -^ ^ ' tresses Isis and Nephthys. 

Tcher-dakhu B "^^ I, juat viii, a 

god of the Circle Seliert-baiu-s. 

Tcher-^tf B (] "^ ,B.M, 46631, aged 
Tcherit-pet(?) ^^^^. Ombos 

II, 133, a goddess. 

tcher-t <= 



, U. 572, p. 475, 673. 
N. 1262, B o A^, T. 381, hawk, falcon, 
vulture, kite, glede; plur. B^^^^. 

T. 77; Copt. xpe. 

tcher B fc^, Peasant 243, 280, Rec. 32, 
78, B* L-cZI, to bring to an end, i.e., to finish, 

to fashion, to construct, to make an end of, i.e., 

to destroy. 

tcher B ^, B h ^, Rec. 21, 39 

to bandage, to tie up, to envelop ; B o >P\ j | , 

M. 426, bandaged, swathed — ' v "^ I 1 » 

T. 268, buried ; Copt. XuSX. 

tcher-t B .^^ , oppression, restraint. 

tcheni-t ^^[^, ^ \'& 

coflSn, chest, coffer. 

Tcherut(?) ^^<f^^i. Rec. 31, 

163, a group of gods. 

tcheri-t ^t^,^^. B» (](] ^, 

chamber, store, dwelling, private room, shrine. 

tcheru ^ ^, A.Z. 45, 133, b.d. 144, 



24, 



^>'K%Alxf-^ 



1^^, Osiris 27, rump, chine; B» ^^ ^. B.D. 

18, I, 2, the divine rump of Osiris; Copt. 
TOJpI. 

tchertcherui B B t^^p buttocks, 
<rr><rr> Jl ^ rump. 



"^ TCH 



[910] 



TCH "^ 



tcher-ti <^ "^^ belonging to the back 



or rump 

tcheru B "^ ^, P. 565, skull. 

tcheru B %%0, B ^O, a circuit 

wall of a building. 

tcherui(?) B ^ ||Rf- 3,4.8, the two 
^ ' <:zr><2 halves of a mould. 

tchertcher B O B* O, n. 690 -= 
B^ O, M. 172. 

tcherui ^^'\;i>^(jl]°.^^ 



(0 o 



^ , B^ , B ^ , ochre, coloured 

Jrill' <cz>° o °' <::=>(5lll' 

earths used in illuminating papyri. 

tcherut B t^°, B ^°, B 

<r=>Jr III «c=>^lll <c= 
beads, pills, pellets, small balls. 

tcheru B , crocodiles. 



a^ o 
^111' 



I I I 



Tchera B () ^, Rec 30, 66, a god. 
Tchera-t B (1 ^, b.m. 46631, consort 



of 



O 



tchera-t 

var. B 

tchera 



^ 



^<^,M. 665, N. 1281; 



T. 381, vulture, kite, glede ; 
Copt. T-pe. 



c=^ B ^-^ 



B 



to complete, to execute, to be complete or 
finished; |] ^ B [] '^^-^, L.D. Ill, 194, 
32, finished, i.e., hewn stones. 

tchera ^ (j ^ ^_=zi, B (j ]J L^Zl, 
A.Z. 1868, 112, ^l]^"^, ^1^1 

to constrain, to use strength, to enclose or im- 
prison, to fortify. 



tchera B L_J1 (] , IV, 660, strong one 
thing;^^(je^, A.Z. .905, -. 

tchera B n, '^^^^- '^^9, iv, 1087, 

<ci>i Et-J wall, fort. 



tchera-t B f\ ^, B (] 

wall, palisade, wooden palings for defence ; plur. 
^ (] ^ ^, Leyd. Pap. 2, 10, B (] ^ 



^ ' ^^T7?- 



!, 



I 



IV, 1057, coffer, 
' funerary chest. 



tchera-t B h 

tchera-t B (1 ^ , domicile. 

tchera-ti B (1 ^ ^\ l.d. hi, 194, 32, 

part of a temple court. 

tchera B (j 1^ t^, b.m. 5645, Rev. 

3, stupid, arrogant. 

tcheratchera B [j B 



B 



() J^(j^^^; var. ^^(]'^|], to 
boast, to talk an alien speech. 

tcherau ^ (j%(^, B-D- 145, 77, the 

lower part of the body. 

tcheri-t B ^ (1(1 '^, B 
^^(](j^^ ^ 



; see tcher-t 



tcheritcheri B (^(j B 

Amen. 26, 11, to boast (?) 

tcheru B %^, B.D. 172, 17, 



vul- 
ture, kite, glede ; Copt. XpG. 

tcherp ^°^ , see^^a d. 

tchernit B ^^, ^ ^^"^ ^^ '^^^ .«'■ 

<rz> I I I gram. 

tcheres B H [^^, B- V*' ^9- cham- 

<rr> I ber (?) room (?) 

tchert B , w , ^ qualities, attributes. 



tchertiu ^ w '^ 44 ^ ^ ,' "'''' 

sicians ; Copt. TCOpG. 

tchert (?) B cz^:? "^ , a powerful bird, 
vulture, hawk, eagle = <cr> ^^^ (?) 



"^ TCH 



[911] 



TCH "^ 



tchertch ^ J^l. ^ ^ '. Rec. 
tchertcher B> B« '^J, Rec. 36, 202, 

-^ (J ^ ^ . to be foreign or alien. 

tchertcheri-t B B j\ c^ \ f. 

iii6b, 29, stranj^e or foreign speech. 

tchertcheru BB\^> foreigner, 
alien, boaster. 

tchertcheru B B* ^ ^ ^ I, Pap. 
3024, "7. B' B^\^l> Rec. 36, 202, 

boasters, those who assuitie rank to which they 
are not entitled. 

tchertcheru B B '^ leaves of trees, 
Q. <z=> III' foliage. 

tcheh °^^. °^ I ^^^' ^' 98, a kind 

of stuff, girdle ' '^ I or ^ '^ I (?) P- 303- 

tcheh, tchehti "^ | '^ " ' ' U- ^°°' 

Copt. TA-^X. 

Tchehtcheh "^ § °^ |. Tuat I, an 

ape-god ; var. c^i. Q c^^j . 

tcheha '^ | o I^ , an animal. 

tchehau ^| °^^' ^^- ■*37' 

leather straps (?) 

tchehaua '^ | a-f), P. 662, 782, 

M. 774 



S Ji^, Rec. 33, 37, 34, 179, 



jj, the god Thoth; Copt. eoOlfX. 

tcheher ^^ 9 ^ , leather strap ; pi 



Tcheher "^ ^ ^» ^ P^^P^' naLme; in 
Heb. Nn^^ Ungnad, Aram. Pap. ao. 

Tchehes "^ ? fl ism, ^-^ '4,9. a ser- 
{!<\ 'pentinAat VII. 

tches *^ p, ;;^, self; "^ p w. 
^ , himself; "^ ^ p, -i^, herself; "^ 

themselves; ^^. "^ P^. myself;^, 
"^ P^cz:^,thy.self; "^ ^5=3, U. 319. i!), 
"^ p o , IV, 346, thyself (fem.). 

tches "^ p 8 fl. seal; J ^ "^ p 
8 3 , royal seal. 

tches ^^ \ , to cut, to divide. 

tches 2:^ ^,2;^^, knife; plur. 

1 ; var. tes — «— . 
— •— \ III • cnn] 

tchestches ^ ^ \, to knife, to 

hack in pieces, to chop up; ^^ ^^ V V^ , 

double knife (?) 

tchestches '^ p '^ p, U. 458 • • . • 

tches I Mo, pot, vase, water-jar; var. 

Tcheses i?| J), ^•^- (Safte) I. 45. 30. 
-»- ' i-I a goddess. 

tches4u '^ p (1 '^^, N. 1317, to hail, 

tchesu ^J^"^, T. 355. p. 8, 70. 
M. 10, loi, N. 7, 114, 175, "^ L M. 826, 
to hail, to greet, to address, to question; 

tchesp "^ O , Suppl. 1385 

I a e III' 

Tchesef iri fl B.D. 146. the doorkeeper 
•<-^'£[J' of the 9th Pylon. 

tchesef "^ P "^ f|. fire, heat 
tchesef -Z^ ^ase, vessel, pot 



■^ TCH 



[912] 



TCH 



^ 



, B.D. 63B, 4, 



tchesef °^ - « 

ir|(3^L-^, B.D. 153A, 2, 18, 25, 30, ^ 

% (a ^, B.D. 153A, 6, to tie, to bind(?) 

tcheser "^ P,^' ^- ^9' P- 7^' M. 106, 

, Rec. 26, 228, 

PS' 



M. 157, "^ 



Metternich Stele 51, 

; 



w 



, to be 



beautiful, to beautify, to hold in honour, to 



account holy ; 



£^ 



, to make a good 



road, to prepare a path. 

tcheser '^=^ °, holy of hand; ^=^ 

}| r*^^^^ ^ fl, holy of arm; *^*^ O, of holy 

creation; J _;ir| \=^ , a beautiful, />., 

holy, place; '^=^ ra"^ V' ""■^g^ifi^^^^^ -^ ^^w-/1 

tcheser W^ ^ , IV, 357, splendour, mag- 
nificence, glory, splendid rank, exalted honour ; 



plur. 



V^ 



I, IV, 967, 



%=^ 



I, high 



honours, splendours (of the sun), holy things 
tcheser-t ^=^ 1 , holy things. 

' tcheseru '^ P^^' u. 474, 

c=:>;^, M. 767, '^fl^^^, Rec. 

3^' -' '^. ^^'^-33. 38, ^()(];^ 

I I , B.D. 30A, 5, holy things; '^ [1 <=^ ^ 
\=^ ", '^P<=>^\=^[M}^, Rec. 33, 
28, a holy place or country. 

tcheser '^=*^ cr-n , ^=^ , Rec. 4, 137, 
the " splendid " hall of a house or temple, chapel. 

Tcheser-tcheseru Vy ^ , iv, 381, 

422, "splendour of splendours" or "holy of 
holies" — the name of the temple built at D^r 
al-Bahari by IJatshepset. 



^ Tuat IX, the gate 
c-o ' to Tuat X. 



Tchesrit \=^ 

Tcheseru °^ H ^%,q^\^, Rec. 33, 

27 "^ n*=^^r\/vi the "holy country," z'.e., 
''' ( I W^ " '' the Land of the Dead. 

Tchesertt w^ -^\\ w^ - - w ^ 

<:z> f\/\/i <zr>Ci:Q£l <::z> (\/vo 
the necropolis. 

Tcheser-t ^=^ ^ B.D. 81 b, 5, a name 
<cz:> f^/vn ' of the 7'uat. 

tcheser -t <=> o, u. 90, ^=*^ , N. 367, 



\^ , a kind of sacrificial drink ; ^^"^ O , 






^^"^^ O , vessels of "holy" or "exalted" drink. 



D 

Cl III 

tcheser-t "^ o®®^ u. 47, '^^-^ pc\ , 

N. 277, a table of holy offerings. 

Tcheserit W^ ^ ^ a name of the Eye 
— '^^ of Horus. 



Tcheserit °^^^rJ). B.D. no, 37, a 

goddess in Sekhet Aaru. 

Tchesera-aru(?) ''^=^ fl ^ f' ^^"■ 

derah IV, 79, a bull-god. 

Tcheser-a '^^^^ ■ 

a title of the god Amen. 

Tcheser-em-per-f, etc. ^=*^ 

|\ ""•*" Fp rQr. ^ Denderah IV, 61, a 
m ^^ LI ^ n ^ ' jackal-god. 

Tcheserit -hent ^'=^ FD ^ 

Ombos II, 131, a goddess. 




O' 



Tcheser-seshetait 



%^ f-u— 1 



o 



Berg. II, 9, ^^^ ^J^. Thes. 28, 31, 

D.E. 20, the goddess of the 9th hour of the 
day and of the 6th hour of the night ; van 



\=^ 



rm 



(3 



O 



, Denderah III, 24. 



Tcheser -tep ^ [1 



548, '^ p yf 



V>^ ^ , U. 510, 
"=^ , 1. 311, 323, ^^ 



^ 



^ 



1 V 1 V-^ 

one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 



isiim, B.D. 125,11, 



■^ TCH [ 913 ] TCH ^ 

® ' A Rec tche^i-t "^0(1 ^ . Kubbin Stele i6, 

^ A.Z. 1905, 33, something spoken, 
(2 ' word, saf ing. 



Tcheser-tep-f "^ H^ 

30, 194, one of the 42 Assessors of Osiris. 

Tcheser - Xe\k "^ H W mwn ^^^ h , 

T. 309, son of P *^ 0^ I o ^ ^ . 
tcheser-t <=^> "^ , the name of a plant 

tcheser « , ^ measure = 4 palms = 
^ — " 16 fingers. 

tchet ^^ O , ^^ r? , fat, unguent ; see 

^^O^V^0'^"m:i!ingtph" 

tcheteb "^ ^ V , ^'^ '^^"^ ^""^ ^ ^""""l' 

^[ \r \\' pi on). 



o \\ 



tchetf-t 

the holy worm. 

Tchet -S "^ — H— , T-uat XI, a serpent- 
goddess who was reborn daily. 

tche^ ^^ , mark of quotation ; Copt. XG. 

tchet ^,^|,^|^,^(](]@^, 

to speak, to say, to declare, to tell, to narrate ; 
Copt. ZOO ; ^^ , to make a speech ; ^v^^ 

^^ , <rz> ^°^ , introduces a quotation ; Copt. 
X€ ; (j "^, T. 191, P. 676, N. 1288, to 
announce or declare a name ; ^^ X, ^ M ' ^^ 
read a report, to tell news ; ^^ ^ i , IV, 1031, 
to tell a lie ; ^z:^ (1 (1 ^^ , otherwise said. 

tchett ^^ , to speak, to say. 

tchett-t '^''^, ^^' '^5. something 
c=, \ o spoken. 

tchet metu ^ S, P. 405, M. 578, 
N-'-84,^|l^|l. ^|,;,,toreci.e 

formulae i Y) 8 I H l' '^^ *'*' *■• '*^' Yl I H l' 
P. 467, 470, " recite the formula four times." 

tche^t «^^ , word, speech, language ; plur. 

^^ , sayings, proverbs, aphorisms; '^^^^ 

^ @ I Ji\, Sayings of the Fathers ; ^^ 



speech of Negroland, 
S(idini language. 



^ 



es- 
man. 



tchetu ^^, ^^. 'P*^^''"' ''P^^. 
Tchet ^ ^, U. 372, ^ ^ '^' 

U. 374, the Divine Word, sjKjech deified. 

Tchet-t-ur-t ^ ^ ^5, M. 487, 

N. 1254, ^<=>, P. 273, 489, the "great 

word" personified, a form of Isis of Busiris 
(Berg. I, 35). 

tchet-t "^ ^ " , '^'■; the .time of the 
^ e=^\ O culmmation of a Star. 

tchet-t ^^ c^ A, olive tree; plur. ^^ o 

^^:^-^ Copt. ZOeiT. 

tchettu ^ ^^"^^ o, olives. 

tchet n, P. 92, n <=>, M. 121, ^^ n, 

N. 699, H |. S c=^^ V fl' *° ^ stable, to be 
permanent, abiding, established firmly, lasting, 
enduring; ^g ^S*^^^ 

8 ^ TT 

tchett ^^ n . M. 252, lasting, en- 

during; ^ g ^^^^, N. 699. g^ 

% : J^ t^ ; p. 92, M. 121, N. 699, those 
jf o 11 _2r o who are permanent, lastmg. 

tchet ^^ U, U^=^^» n> stability, as in 

the group T" M |i "IJ^i stability, serenity." 

tchettchet "*^ °^, ftS, Thes. 1285, 



manent, stable, abiding, enduring ',]l\l fl S ' ^"* 
during. |g^,|;va„.^^,^, 2:;; 



3 M 



■^ 



TOH 



[914] 



TCH 



^ 



Tchetchi ff ff UU c?j« t^e "stablished 
one," or he of the Tchet pillar, i.e., Osiris, 

tchetchit S^ QQ o |, \^.^- 4. \34, some- 
[iii 1 1 u thing estabhshed. 

n j? , grave, tomb, sepulchre. 

tchetu (?) H U , pillars or parts of 

* ii ii I I I 

pillars; ^^ V^ |||| ^^ j ^s^,^, Rec. 30, 66. 

tchet u , ^°^ u , u J] , the sacred pillar 

or tree trunk which was worshipped in certain 
parts of the Delta in predynastic times, and with 
which the backbone of Osiris was subsequently 
identified. 



tchet 



, Qnn] 



, an amulet that was sup- 



posed to endue the wearer with the permanence 



and stability of the backbone of Osiris; 
the backbone of Osiris, the sacrum bone. 

Tchet \ 



V 



Ombos I, 186, one of the 14 
kau of Ra. 



Tchetti 

B.D. I, 13, a title of Osiris. 

Tchetit \ 



'=' a goddess, a form of 
O ' Hathor. 



Tchetut(?) §§4^4J, Denderah III, 
25, the two goddesses of Tchet-t (Busiris). 

Tchetu ^c^^%^ o, M. 121, ^^""^^"^ 

o ° o, p. 92, the "stable ones" in the Tuat; 

Tcheta-t ^g()^, P. 189, M. 354, 

, N. 906, a lake in the Tuat 

Tchet-heft fl § "^ , ^*^^g- ^' ^^' * ^^g- 

ii A cTi god. 

Tchetit-tent ft J) o^^*, Tuat V, a 

ii ill Cl III' ' 

goddess who lived on the blood of the dead. 

tchet fl 8, ^° ^^^"^' ^^g^^' brilliance, 
ii 111 radiance. 



tchet-tu 



'=' -^3- Anastasi I, 11, 4, 
©til' blinded, dazzled. 



tcheta ]) \\ p, , Ebers Pap. 76, 20, 

31, 16, '^^, '^o, '^'^xi fat. 



firm, solid. 

tchetau (?) 



] fattened 
I ' geese. 



Tchetun ft ^ "T" J), Mission 13, 51, a 

Li Li AAAAAA i I 



vSAd^ni god ; see 

tchetuh(?) ^ % § '^^, P'^^"^^' 

• • ^ ^ c=:sV Jl A o o o crops. 

tcheteb-t ^ B [J "^ D "^^l ' ^• 

218, a kind of building, store (?); plur. ^^ J 

tcheteb^J^,Rec.35,58.^J 
V , Metternich Stele 55, 73, '^ J I l=J], 



or spear, to stab, to pierce, to wound, to sting, 

to bite (of a reptile) ; ^°^ j o Vi> \\ , stuck, 

pierced. 

tcheteb '^ Ics^fl, Anastasi I, 21, 3, 
c=5.\<sJJ V sting of an msect. 

Tchetbi ^ J I) (] . Tuat I V, ^ J () [] 

Tljfiflji, the serpent-guardian df the Gate Neb-t- 
setchfau. 

tcheteb '^ J ^^ , a kind of fish. 

tcheteb ^J 
Tchet-pa-neter-auf-ankh 

^ IJiy T ^ST'^ theoretical 

name which is probably the equivalent of 
n237S J1!]D2 (Gen. xli, 45), the name given to 

Joseph by Pharaoh. 

an iron tool or 
instrument. 



to collect, to gather 
together. 



tchetpu 
tchetf-t 



'mm, 



o 



w 






"mm, 
I 



^Hl . worm, serpent ; plur. '^ TfiftWi i ; 

Copt. K^.Xqe. 



^ 



TCH 



dagger, stilus, 
scraper. 



tchetf-t "^ "^ 

Tchetf-t ^ "^"^ IJ^, B.D. no, a 
boat in Sekhet-Aaru. 

a heap, a measure, a vessel full of something ; 
I ^i ^ I , a mass of food or grain ; ^^ 

^v Q I , a vessel filled with something. 

"^-^ ^ Q j bundles of vegetables, bunches 
«=i\ Jft"^ vl I ' of grapes, etc. 

tchetem ^ ^^.^^, Met- 

.ernich stele .89.2:^|^^,^^(J. 
to stab, to stick, to sting (of a scorpion). 



[ 915 ] TOH "^ 

tchett»r ^^ 1^, M 149, ^ 



Tchetmlt 



^, 



TuatX, a light- 



goddess. 
tcheten "^ (1 , to be hot, fire. 

tchetna 1 "^ 5 , a kind of cloth. 



tchetnu ^ O % T , P^' 



ots of culti- 
vated ground. 



, N. 650 

tcheteh '^ § r^' ^s""^' Stele 16, "^ 

^|^a,p.s.B. .0,49.^ — ^. 



, to tie, to bind, to constrain, 
to shut in, to imprison ; Copt. XiUT^. 

Rec. 21,96, *^?% ^ ^^ prison, place 
^ * <=>l X Jr c-^ ^^' of restraint. 

tcheteh (?) "^ "^ , produce, food. 

tchetek hat '^ '^^^ O, a.z. 1872, 
e==.l y\ r 33 

tchetku ^ ^;^;« ^ ^ , a kind of lake. 
tchetteh ^ ra 1 ^ ' ^^""'^ P"^°"' 

restraint ; Copt. X^T^O. 

tcheteh (?) ^ "y , B.D. 174, 18, a 
kind of standard (?) 



S U 2 



r 917] 



II. 



LIST OF EGYPTIAN KINGS, 





PREDYNASTIC KINGS: 


KINGS OP LOWER 


EGYPT. 


1, 


DU 


^8^^- 


6. Neheb(?) 








2. 


Ska 


Pu^. 


7. Uatoh-nftr(?) 


J<Xl|. 


3. 


KhaAu (?) 


d^^- 


8. Mekha 


k— ?!• 


4. 


T&u 


-1^^- 


9 a 


■"k-^ 


5. 


Thesh 


^Kt 


. 





PREDYNASTIC KINGS: KINGS OF UPPER EGYPT. 

10. Nar-mer v 



^!l 



p 11. Tchar (?) 

the " Scorpion " 



3^| -#gg'^3^- 



DYNASTY I. 

12. Men, Mena (M,'^,,) ^ f^^; m; 1 ^ f = (1 1 1 W> f^. 

13. Atet 1 -] c^ r^^ tf 1x07 r~^T^ 14- -^tet II 1 ^ /^TTN 4 

15. Ata, or Atati, or Atet III(?) (Ovevi<l>7)<: ?) ^^ ( l^"^! |' 



16. Semti (Oucra<^atSos) 

^ r^^^*^^^^^. 17. Merpeba (Ml€^U) 



o 



: mi-^. 






Hu or Nekht ^ ^^ 



HoRus Names of Kings of Dynasty I : — 

; (j. 22. Qa-a 



20. KhentTd 



21. Tcheti At 



= His 



name was 



I 



Sen. 



■^■11 



23. Ka 



u 



3 M 3 



[ 918 ] 
DYNASTY II. 

24. Baiu-neter ]2.l ( 1 ^ l ' 



25. Batchau (Bor)do<;) 



27. Ba-n-neter (BtVw^/ots) ^ ^ -^ — ^ 1^ 1^ .^ C *^ 1 — ' J ^ 



28. Uatclmes 



29. Sent4 (2e5.'^,) ] ^ ( p ^ (j ] |, ^ ^ | f^ - 



30. Nefer-ka I, or Nefer-ka-Ra I n* ^ /^T7T~^^ 1 ^ ^ (^ r\1 \ i 



31. Nefer-ka-Seker J^ | f^XU] , M Q^H] i 

32. HutcMa M (iQ^j l^ 1 ^ ^ CESS ' 



33. Tchatchai or Bebi :^^ QJ^JQ |; van ] ^ | QjTjJ 



34. Neb-ka I (Neb-ka-Ra I) ^.^ ^ ^^^^Ui 1 J, M ( ^=^ U 1 

HoRUS Names of Kings of Dynasty II : — 

35. Hetep-sekhemui 



■??!• 



36. Ra-neb 



O 



37. Sekhem-ab Per-en-maat ^ R 'y' O 

5^ ^o P-- |, ^5^ 



cm 



->° I 



38. Per-ab-sen 



39. Kha-sekhem 



Q 



? 



40. Kba-sekhemui J a^ ^^^^^=5=^ 1 



DYNASTY IIL 



41. Neter khat 
Tcheser I 



1 



O !»-=> 

c:^-? H^ 



^2,I (°^Lj1 - **-S«*''^««1^(3D^- *5.Nefer.ka-Ran 

l^CZEIi- ^- g"(g"-^) Clingy 1 CT¥E1 - 



[ 919 ] 

HoRUS Names of Kings of Dvnasty III: 
47. Kha-ba 



^ 



^^ 



48. Ka-Heru(P) 

49. To this dynasty, too, belongs the king whose name has been read ((Ik ] Ahtes, 

ri? "^ 1 Su-hetes, and fl| ^ 1 



Stnh. 



DYNASTY IV. 



50. Seneferu 

51. Khufu (Xeoi/;) 



^ cM 



52. Tchet-f-Ra or Tet-f-Ra 1 ^ f O ft ^^^ 1 i . 



^ Q ,u^ UU J. 



54. Men-kau-Ra (Meux^pv's) 






55. Shepses-ka-f ^ ^ ( ^ ^ ■£ ] j. M CMEJ 



DYNASTY V. 



56. User-ka-f (Oicrcpxw') ^ | ^ | ' M ( ^ 1 P .^ ] • 



57. Sa^u-Ra ^ ^\ 



58. Nefer-ari-ka-Ra I 



1-^1 



( 0\ -<32>- U J . The Abydos List 



59. Shepses-ka-Ra 1 ^ A ( O^niLJ]; his •' son-of-Ra " name may have been 
Asa { ( — »- (1 J ; see A.Z. 50, 3. 



60. Nefer-f-Ra 



T /wwvnj3 V A J ' 



61. En-user-Ra An I 



il=j=M(3TH'M(13 



3 M 4 



[920] 



62. Men-kau-Heru 1^ g^ . M C^^W^ ^ 



var. Akau-Heru 



63. ^et-ka-Ra I (Tai'xe/)^?) Assa K ff Q ^ 



O 



u 



3- 



var. 



64. Unas (^Ovvos;) 






^^ 






DYNASTY VI. 



JU, 



65. Tetd. (Atet V) 

66. User-ka-Ra I Ati I 

67. Meri-Ra Pepi I ^ 



n f^=i ' m(S\- 



ifil= ii„C3EI 03 



EI^mG 



v'2 



68. Mer-en-Ra I Mehti-em-sa-f I 
(Me^ovo'out^ts) 



fe^ 



o 



an 



69. Nefer-ka-Ra III, Pepi II 



70. Mer-en-Ra II, Mehti-em-sa-f II 1 "^ (o 



a- 



71. Neter-ka-Ra 



73. Nefer-kall '^\^ f Ju i 1 ^. 

DYNASTIES VII (?) AND VIII. 

74. Men-ka-Ra 1 ^ f O "^^ U 1 1 75. Nefer-ka-Ra IV ^\^ f O f L-J 1 

76. Nefres (?) [^ |^ Q2J]- 77- ^b (?) M (0% 

78. Nefer-ka-Ra V Nebi 1 ^ f O J U ^37(j() ^ J. 

79. Tet-ka-Ra II Maa 1 ^ ( ©flu^ 



L> 



80. Nefer-ka-Ra VI Khentu 1 "^ ( oTu ^ ^^^% i 1 ;!^ 

T AA/VW\ V AAAAAA JT -^ ^J Xi 



[9211 

81. Mer-en-Herl 1 ^ ( ^S 1 |. 



82. Senefer-ka I Senefer-ka-Ra I \^f --^ J U 1 ^, 1 ^ ^f PJ^ 1(4* 
QJjU^. 83. En-ka-Ra I ] ^ (j^uj ^. 

84. Nefer-ka-Rft VII, Terrl (?) 1 '^ ( oTu ^ ^"^1 J^. 

85. Nefer-ka-Heru ^^ ( ^^U ] j- 

86. Nefer-ka-Ra VIII, Pepi III Senb 1 ^ f oju ° (](] fl"Tl 1 

87. Senefer-ka II Annu ^^f '^^l^'^\^ i' 

88. Aii(?)-kau-Ra 1 ^ f ©CjllU^. 89. Nefer-kau-Ra 1 ^ ( oTull i. 



90. Nefer-kau-Heru 



1 



91. Nefer-dri-ka-Ra II ^^ ( ® J"u"l i' ^^' -^*i ^^ (^^^oes) (" (j^flfll' 

C33- "^ Ai-em-hetep Q^J] ^. 



93. Sekhem-ka-Ra I 
95. Uatch-ka-Ral 



/^' 



||; M f^TfUr^ 



Ol 



DYNASTIES IX AND X. 



96. Nefer-ka-Ra IX ^ |^ (^gJUi 1 ^. 

97. Ab-meri-Ra (Meri-ka-Ra I?) Khati I (*Ax6(orjs) 



\ 



m 



[Names, of five kings wanting here.] 



98. Meri-[Aah?] '^\^ (TYWJ- ®^- Nefer-ka-Ra X [\\^] f oJUi 1 
100. Uah-ka-Rfi I Khati II [|i^] ro|uj [^] C^^Wli' 



101. Ka.merl-Ra II 

102. Neb-kau Khati III 






103. Skha 

105. Nub-taui-Ra 



[ 922 ] 
To this period probably belong : — 

^J r~Or»^^. 106. Aa-hetep-Ra I '^J ( qI^ J . 
107. Aa-kha-Ra I IT ( <S^^Q^. 108. Maa-ab-Ra "] t (^ q ^ q"^ . 

DYNASTY XI. 
109. Antef I the Erpa ^ ^^ R'^. 

S3 "^•^■^*«'"(''>^^iz- 



110. Menthu-hetep I ^ i® d /^""^^ 
tep a ^ — 






112. Antef III (?) Uah-ankh ^| ^ ; ^ (" "^ ^ 

113. Antef IV (?) Nekht-neb-tep-nefer ^^^J; M ( "^11^ T 

114. Qa-ka-Ral Antef V(?) ^p J^; M (q^u] ( "^ M^] 

115. Sankh-ab-taui Menthu-hetep II ^H-^^; ^^^"^• 

116. Neb-hep (?)-Ra Menthu-hetep III ^1 /]; '^ P 



"^ 
.> 






The 3rd and 4th signs in this cartouche probably represent | , and if so, we should 
read Neb-hep-Ra, and so have the ] ^^ i ( ^^11^1 I f i P 






t^ ( ^^^^ 1| ^ " 1 of the Abbott Papyrus. 



/V>AAA'\\ 



118. Neb-taui-Ra 



117. Antef VI (?) ']^; (21 

Menthu-hetep IV ^^ ; |^ ( ^=' ] "^ (M55] ' 
119. Sankh-ka-Ra Menthu-hetep V ^ fl "^ ^^ M ( O ^ -^ U 1 

To this period probably belongs : — 
120 ib-khent-Ra |.X.S' M (o^O(i~] |- 



[ 923 ] 



DYNASTY XII. 



121. Sehetep-ib-Ra I Amen-em-hat I fA/x/xct/c/n^?) ^ /(fl^Op^^ 



- ^Pf =' M C3S^ ¥CES2] 



122. Kheper-ka-Ra I Usert-sen I (Sen-usert) {Xea-oyxuxri^i) §v "?* ft) ^ ^ 



123. Nub-kau-Ra Amen-em-hat II ('A/bt/iet^e/iT/;) 



cs^^^a 






J 



_> 



P'S-.^^I^ 



124. Kheper-kha-Ra I Usert-sen II (Sen-usert) 

{Xecr(t)o-TpL<s) 

125. Kha-kau-Ra Usert-sen III (Sen-usert) (Aaxapr)^) ^ 1 ^ ^ B ' 



s^^^drri- 



126. En-Maat-Ra Amen-em-hat III 

("Aixepijs) 

o 



Ji= Ci <Ci \ 



o 



^ 



C ^ — ^.,^ J 



127. Au-db-Ra I Her 



1 



=^=' 



O -^^M' 



(qa^ j ^ CX^ -- 



var. 



SCD- 



128. Maa-kheru-Ra Amen-em-hat IV {' Afifxcvifirjs) ^ ^^^ I' 



°'TI 'M (^MI¥1 



129. Sebek-neferu-Ra (Sk€/xio</)/3is) 

To this period probably belong : — 

130. Amen-em-hat V (?) 






131. Senefer-^b-Ra I Usert-sen IV (Sen- 
usert) 



QH^OFE 



[ 924 ] 

DYNASTY XIII. 

132. Khu-taui-Ra Ugaf (?) '^]^ f Q^l ^ ( ^^^^ • 

133. Sekhem-ka-Ra H 1 P f = J > M ( Q^U\ 1 . 

134. Seshesh-ka-Ra Amen-em-hat VI (?) Senb-f ^ "^ "^ 



(31Z]^Q2MiE] 



o 



d 



■'^^^ 



«s 



1 



185. Amen-em-hat VII (?) 1 

136. Sehetep-ab-Ra II M (^00=^^1 . 137. Aufni ^\^ ( t\ \ 

138. Sankh-ab-Ra Ameni Antef VII (?) Amen-em-hat VIII 



WAAA 









0_LJ 



139. Smen-ka-Ra 1 \^ ( O "^^^ 

140. Sehetep-ab-Ra III 1 |^ ^"©0 



U 



3^ 



^ J 



141. 



ka 



I 



Qs 



o|u] 



142. Senefer-ka-Ba II 



ucgi 



u 



ii' 



143. Senefer-[ab]-Ra II ^\^ f Q P J [^ 



3 



144. Netchem-ab-Ra '1\^ I O | 

145. Sebek-hetep I 

146. Ren-Senb Q] 



"> 
^ 



O 



^ D V 



WTT\ i- 



147. Au-ab-Ra II ^ 1^ (q^^I^' j | 

148. Setchef-[ . . . . ]-Ra 1 



O 



J\^ 



149. Sekhem-khu-taui-Ra Amen-em-hat IX Sebek-hetep II [^] ^:^ 



(UMmSi-^Q 



eiiii 



.2^ 



150. User.[ka]-RaII ^ |^ ( Q "j [UJ^ j- 

151. Smenkh-ka-Ra Mer-mashau ^\^ ( ^P™®^^^-^! "^ ( ^C !?l ll 



152 



z:§- M 



[ 925 ] 

163. Ka.Set.[Ha]I []%] ( [0]U^ ] ^ ^ ( O ^ %] ] ■ 

154. Sekhem-suatch-taui-Ra Sebek-hetep III 

155. Kha-seshesh-Ra Nefer-hetep I 

156. Sa-Het-Her (Sa-Hathor) ^t^ (^SSISIl ^ 

157. Kha-nefer-Ra Sebek-hetep IV 



£=i. M(Z33 



B_g_J' 



159. Kha-ankh-Ra Sebek-hetep V 



B_9_J' 



158. Kha-ka-Ra 1 T (©"qlTJ. 



160. Kha-hetep-Ra Sebek-hetep VI IT f O Q =3=] 



161. Uah-i b-Ra I Aa-ab ^ 1^ (fliSISTi^ S^= ^■"^ ^^ 

|f ( O I (J fl ^^'^^ ] . 

I \ J /VS^A^A ^ • 



162. Mer-nefer-R^ ^i ^ ) i^ C^2I] ^ CiBD ^* 

163. Mer-hetep-Ha I An or Ana ] \^ C^^^^ ^ ( 1 ^'^ 1 ' 

164. Mer-hetep-Ra II Sebek-hetep VII IT T O '^sl =£=^'^^(' S^"^l, 

165. Sankh-en-Ra Senb (?) ^ ^ ( ® P fl^^iPT'^ ^ 1 s3" 
166.Mer-selchem-RalAn.... ^ t^ QJHEMDI ^ " 

167. Suatch-ka-Rfi Heru4 ]\^ ( pPI'-'i^^l J I" 

168. Mer-netchem-RS ] t^ (" 0^|^[|] J [|]. 



[ 926 ] 

169. Mer-ftnkh-Ra Menthu-hetep VI 1 T (^ © '-csl •¥^, IT f S%^-(iI^' 



170. M^r-kheper-Ra ^|^ (^ O ^ g ^ [^]. 

171. Mer-ka(kau)-Ra Sebek-hetep VIII 1 \^ f O ^^ U i ^ [ J] ; 



uCSH^^' 



172. Tet-nefer-Ra Tatu-mes 

173. Neb-maat-Ra I 

174. Uben-Ra I 

175 ka-Ra 

176. Neb-maat-Ra II 



ucm 



^ t^ 

^ 









177. Tet-ankh-Ra Mentu-em-sa-f '^ f © S -9- 1 ; var. ^\^ f O f S ■?■ 
V /wwvA Jo. _a^»^^=^^ 






178. Nehsi m CMED ^ ^ CAIEI 

179. Kha-kheru-Ra 1 









180. Neb-f-au-Ra ] \^ ( Q^/^"^^|i 1 si 



The following kings probably belong to the Xlllth dynasty : — 

181. Senefer-taui-Ra Sekhem 1 T ( Q ^ P I °^ J • 

182. Mer-sekhem-RallNefer-hetepII '^f ( 0-=c£l^ 1 "^ ( J^ 1. 

183. Tet-hetep-Ra Tata-mesu II (?) ^\^ ( ^W'Tu^ "^ C^ fH [\\ 

184. Suah-en-Ra Senb-ma-au [M] QU^ ^^^ (PT E^^l 



[ 927 ] 

DYNASTY XIV 

(According to the Turin Papyrus). 



185.Seheb.Ra^t^ (eP|J-^] |. 

186. Mer-tohefau-Ra ] \^ C525SE3 i^" 



187. Senb-ka-Rft ] \^ (^pyUi j 



188. Neb-tchefau-Rai ^|^ CZS5SH ^ 
189.Uben.RaiI^|^ ( O.J7|^ |. 

190. [Neb?].tchefau.Ra II ]\^ ( ^M^l ^• 

191. Uben-Ra III ] \^ ( [O] ^ J 7 ^ 1 ^• 

192. Autib-R4 III ^1^ f 0/\^|0i ]| ^• 

193. Her-4b-Rfi ^ |^ f m '^ O ' 1 ^■ 

194. Neb-sen-Ra ] \^ f O^^^p^^ ]| |. 

^^^ -«^m(Z^M3i- 

196. Sekheper.en-Ra ]i^ C3EDI ^• 

197. Tet-kheru-Ra Jf^ ( ogj |o ] |. 

198. Sankh-ka-Ra II ]\^ ( Qpf^u] ^. 



199. Nefer-Tem 

200. Sekhem -Ra I 

201. Ka- 






202. Nefer-ab-na I ^ i^ C°T^ ts^]" 



[ 928 ] 

205. Ankh-ka-Ra 1^1^ fo-^U^I ||. 

206. Smen- -Ra 1 



O 



f"^"^ 




207. Mer-sekhem(?)-Ra III 1|^ f © "^ ^^^ 1 g. 

T iS*w V «cz::> I i?S J^ >>Vc 

208. Seba- . . . -Ra WU. ( © 1 ~km$, \ #i. 



209. Men-khau-Ra Sesh (?)-ab 



^ 2 



1_>1 



V ■•■ UE I O \ AAAAAA ■ ■ fl I ^ 



The following probably belong to the period of Dynasty XIV : — 

QjuJJ . 211. Khu-iqer =| J (^JJXJ ' 



210. Sebkai 



212. Sebek-ka-Ra 



DYNASTIES XV AND XVI (HYKSOS) 

(According to the Turin Papyrus). 

213 to 215. [Names unknown.] 

2ie -ka.[Ra] Aanata^l^ f ^OlS^'ll l^\]1 

217 -ka-[Ra] Bebenem (?) \\^ ([Q]^Ui| ]|^ JJ TTi.^ 



218 -ka-[Ra] [\\^] ( [0]||U 



2ia An.nub(?). m O^ggl - 

220. A....(Aphobis):[tg (l#gii] i- 

221. Ap. ........ (Aphobis) ^^ (H^D^^j l-. 



The following names of Hyksos kings are from the monuments : — 
222. User-ka-Ra III Khentcher (Salitis ?) '^ f "] [1 U ©^ C^ ^1 



223. Aa-user-Ra Apepa (Aphobis) I 

(Perhaps No. 220.) 



CSTD^QED 



[929 ] 



224. Suser-en-R& Khian ('lawas) K^^ |]""'^(^ 






■.m CWF^ 



225. Neb-khepesh-Rft Apep II "] I ( O ^z^ c^^ "^ CJ^ No%^2^? 

226. Aa-arq-Rfi "^T ( Q "^„ ffl 1- 

227. Mer-user-Ra I-abeq-her 1 T (o" ■^^^|~^ ^ ( flflX^ ^"^ > ^"' 

228. Aa-qenn-Rft Apepi III ^ ^ "^ ^ P; II f O **^ ^ "j 

CffiH]- 

The following kings probably reigned during the Hyksos Period : — 



229. Aa-pehti-Set Nubti ^ (^ ^ — '^^ ] ^ ( ^ Z)4 1 ■ 

var. ^J^ ^ fl , Brit Mus. Scarab, No. 32368. 



230. Aa-peh-Ra Tol^^ J. 
232. Aa-hetep-Rall 1 T f O ^ = 

234. Uatch-ka-Ra II (" O | U ^ 






231. Aa-neter-Ra f q "^ 1 
233. Aa-kha-Ra II 1 1 f G^ Q^ 



236. Neb-tet-Rfi ( O 



238. Ne-ka-Rail f O 






235. Nub-ka-Ra ^ Oms^U J . 
237. Nub- . . . . -Rft " * 
239. KM-user-Ra 






240. Kha-mu (?)-Ra If ( O ® ^ (?) J 



241. Ka-Set-Rfi II Sekhenn. 






242 -Set-Rfi r Sl^-^'^y®! • 243. Semqen | /^ fj^ P 

244. Ant-her (a ^gj ^ — H] . 245. Aamu ^^ f '^^^ J 



246. lapeq-her "^ ^ (j(] — ° ra"^ . 247. lamu "^ r^^TZa^J 

248. Ipeq-Heru (^ (ji) ° ^ J • 249. Uatche^ 1^ (1^] 



3 M 



[ 930 ] 



250. Seket ■^ C^^n ■ 
252. ftar ^ QW^ 



251.Shesh.^(^f].l|(-^ 



DYNASTY XVII 

(According to the Turin Papyrus). 



O 




253. Sekhem- -Rail 1 

254. Sekhem-.... -Ram 1|^ fo^SSI P' 



255. Sekhem- . . . . -RS IV ^ 1^ g;^] I . 
256.Ses......Ra^i^gp^]|. 

257. Neb-ari-au-Ra I 1|^ f 0^37(1*^^^ [(? 3 iTj i|. 

258. Neb-ari-au-Ra II ]\^ (^^^flT^MlT j I" 

]l||^^ ill; van (?) Smen-taui-Ra 



259. Smen- -Ra 



M (on 



■^^"^ 



260. Su8er-.....Ea ^^^ Ql^S] I 

261. Sekhem- -RaV l^M. 








262. 



■Ra 






263. Au 



] 



(^'4 




264. Set 







265. Sunu 



^i^CSiMl' 



266. Heru 



268. 



I 



267. An-ab 1 

269. Penen-set ... 1 



(EDIDi- 

I /WVA/V\ I ' — I . 



The following kings, whose names are taken from the monuments, also 
probably belong to Dynasty XVII. 



270i Khu-taui-sekhem-Ra 



C^^f^ ^ Cim^l 



[931] 



271. Hetep-4b-Rft 

Heru-netch-tef 



U CSD ^ Q¥¥MSI- 



272. Sekhem-uatch-khau-Ra Sebek-em-sa-f I R^ «£, ill 



273. Sekhem-shet-taui-Ra Sebek-em-sa-f II 1 ^ ( Q ^l**"^^^""^ J 
275. Seshesh-Ra upu-em-Maat Antef IX Aa 



X . n 



;^i(3ikg32D ^^^CHSH 



276. Nub-kheper-Ra 
Antef X Aa 



lILjni(Z^13¥CIE]- 



277. Sekhem-nefer-khau-Ra ^ | /^ ^ a t q N -^o /^T~7^5"E~~^~T~^ 

Up-uaut-em-sa-f I A V ' Y A m J ^ y ^ ^iii J^A»^.^ J ' 

278. Sekhem-uah-kha-Ra p. <5> o li/X7 /^ ^ A<? fc^ N -9 o / <=> =5:^"^ 

Ra-hetep ^ X T- ffll l ^ T X _. J ^ I ^^o } 

279. Sekhem-smen-taui-Ra Tehuti ^ ( Q^ neiiii^^^N -^ (^ ^ ^ . 

280. Sekhem-Rfi-saa-taui ^\^ ( O ^ ^^ J 281. Sekhem-Ra-ankh-taui 

^ r Q ^ -^ ^^^^ . 282. Ra-mes-suser-taui Mfoffl^^PI^I. 

283. Suatch-en-Ra 111(001 ^^^ ] • 284. Suatch-en-Ra II 

286. Senekht-en-Rfi 1 T ( ° ^^ ^"""^ • 

287. Seaenen.R.ITau-.a ^^ K O P^^^l ^ ( ^ ^T ^ J ' 

var. Seqen.en-R4 ^ f © T S-0 1 A •?• 2 © f ^ ilS 1 -S^ "IT) . 

288. Seqenen-Ea II '^ o fi\ r ^[\ a x~^ At^o A / o (^— =»o«=> »> 



Tau-aa Aa t /v«aa/vvCJ y ^AAA^L^^ > ^ 5l1 2^ 5lJ y o ' ' ' ^->-'^^-^-^^ tiJ ^ ' 
289. Seqenen-Ra III Tau-aa Qen H^ [^ qH ^ ^^^ -^ (^ 



3 N 2 



[ 932 ] 



290. Uatch-kheper-Ra Karnes 



p:3yj= 11(3. 



p 
L 



(MM) CYIE 






DYNASTY XVIII. 



291. Neb-pehti-Ra Aahmes I (*Afiw(rts) 



leil^^Mh^^ 



292. Tcheser-ka-Rfi Amen-hetep I ('Ajaevwt^^t?) 



^^ 



^-^^ 



Q 



293. Aa-kheper-ka-Ra Tehuti-mes I (Te^/xwo-ts) 

294. Aa-kheper-en-Ra Tehuti-mes II (Xe^pcju) 



mnnn^ 



hm-'mMy-mi^^i 



J 



Mil] 



1 n ^ u 

I I u u 



295. Maat-ka-Ra II Hat-shepsut (Afxepo-is) ^ 

>,^= M (ZH ^ CCM2D- 

296. Men-kheper-Ra I Tehuti-mes III (Mto-a<^/>ts, 

Mr)cl)pr)s) 



^^kf 



l-Hk-^?^ 



^. . Q 



W^ 



O .^^"^^ 



a^ciM] 



297. Aa-kheperu-Ra Amen-hetep II {Mi<T<f>payiJLovduia-i^) 



1PX1 



Q 



n-' ^-^k^k^ 



5f5» 



M CZHI] ¥ QUID: 



298. Men-kheperu-Ra Tehuti-mes IV (Tovl9/xo>o-t9) ^ ^o^T^ ll;ftffl 



'^>3r' 11'^ 



1 1 1 
mi; 
II I 



d^D^CIHE] 



[933 ] 



299. Neb-Ma4t-Ra III Amen-hetep III ('A/.tVow^n) ^ ^ ® V. (5 



SXE 



CV 



s^^^i;;:^MCIiE] 



f (1 v^ j T j. The Nesu-bat name is rendered In the Tall al-^Atnimah Tablets by 
Ni-ib-mu-a-ri-ya f Sff tU "^ T? -TW t^TI and Mi-im-mu-ri-ya f {tt ^-[f -^ -TTl^Tf' 

Some of the Mesopotamian wives of Amen-hetep 1 1 1 were : — 

300. Ti (in cuneiform Te-i-i ^ ^] tB t^), ^^^^ ( ] 11 ^^ ^ J' "*' ^''^^^''* 

11^1 ^ ^ ' ^^"^^ mother's was Thuau t=3 % (1 ^ • 



name was luaa 



301. Kilgipa (in cuneiform Gi-lu-khi-pa ^ -ff^ HU t^ ^), 

Tushratta, king of Mitani. 

302. Dadukhipa t^ ^M !? S^T ^ *^^ rif= (Egyptian form not known) 



}^i- 



sister of 



303a. Nefer-kheperu-Ra Ua-en-Ra Amen-hetep IV o^ ^^ziTfflll; 

The commonest equivalents for the first part of his Nesu-bat name, Nefer-kheperu-Ra, are 
Na-ap-khu-ru-ri-a f ^ tt] -T<T ilH -TT<T )l Na-ap-khar-ri-ya J >^f ttf ^^ ►n<T ^. 
Ni-ip-khu-ur-ri-ri-ya f ^ J^ ^y<y jy .-flKy .-yy<y ^y|f, Na-ap-khu-ra -ri-ya 

y ^y ::^y ^y<y ^^yy ^yy<y ^y?. 



303b. Nefer-kheperu-Ra Ua-en-Ra Aakhu-en-Aten "^ ^^ (] -v^ *^ K ; 

Jill V 1 o JT /vwvw^ 

304. Ankh-kheperu-R& S&a-ka-R& Tcheser-kheperu ^ f ® "?■ ^ ' 1 • 

¥C3n^Zin- 

305. Kheperu-neb-Ra Tut-ftnkh-Amen ^ i^^VfflP 1' IT^^lif^ ^ 



M=^3"smMCIE]¥CCBIiBI- 



306. Kheper-kheperu-Ra Ari-maat Ai II 



1 1 1 






I- J T\^ px= ^ M (31IE3 ¥ affiniD 



3 N 3 



[ 934 ] 



307. Tcheser-kheperu-RaAmen-em-hebmer-en-Heru^ ^^/\1 



Mli' ^TPP£=^ mC 



o 



%=^ 



1 



a 






'^JP 



] 



DYNASTY XIX. 



308. Men-pehti-Ra Ramessu I ('Pa/xfcro-iy?) ^ ^ I 1 11 ' '^ 



309. Men-maat-Ra I Se;ti I meri-Ptah 



-S^MPflll^? 



■ ^ III 



310. User-maat-Ra I setep-en-Ra Rameses II i^J^h'^^^V'^ ^ ^ t^ 

Miafxovu) _M^ ■; — \ 



- 0^ 






311. Ba-en-Ra I Mer-en-Ptah I (Menephthah) ('Aneu(o(f>oL0) hetep-her-maat 



^+^^l!:ki» 



f^. Q 



D 



S^ III 



"ii^ra 



?^ 



I 



\ ^ AAAAAA ^^ A ^::> U I - " I ^/] 

312. Men-ma-Ra Amen-meses, king of Thebes, 



-tl^ll^T^^MCZSlT] 



^^^ 






313. User-kheperu-Ra mer Amen 
Seti II Mer-en-Ptah II 



^W 



n r\y>^ 



III 



^- ' ' -•■ ' —LL I ca C> \_^ I >. / I I AAAAAA ^/l _Ajr \^ XJ. AAAAAA <::i '^^/l 



314. Aakhu-en-Ra setep-en-Ra Sa-Ptah I Mer-en-Ptah III 






1=1 O D 

AAAA/W 1 Ci 



Q 



315. Arsu, a Syrian, ^ i^^ ^ 1 ^ [^l ^ T 1 



DYNASTY XX. 



316. User-khau-Ra setep-en-Ra Set-nekht meri-Amen-Ra '^ 5^ "^^^ 9 B ; 



r 935 ] 



^nm 



III 11^ 



317. User-maat-Rfl II meri-Amen Rftmeses III 

'Pafn/>tWo5(Rhamp8initU8)kingof An(Helior>olis) 

318. User-maat-Ra III setep-en-Amen Rftmeses IV j4 ^ ■?■ \jj 

319. User-maat-Ra IV se-kheper-en-Ra meri-Amen Rameses V £^ 

Mil ' MQfflEI ^ dHEHE] 



wit:-' 



320. Neb-maat-Ra IV meri-Amen Rameses VI 

king of An (Heliopolis) 






. iP?^ds^5^'M(3iS]^C3ET[D' 



321. User-maat-Ra V setep-en-Ra meri-Amen 

Rameses VII, king of An (Heliopolis) 



\n 



W 



M(3Ea^C3EEiID 



322. User-maat-Ra VI Aakhu - en - Amen meri-Amen Rameses VIII 

323. Nefer-ka-Ra XI setep-en-Ra Kha-em- 



Uast Maat meri-Amen Rameses IX 



s^tsi^wnn^ 



M ( IIU£:^l ¥( o|PP^ktPS^qi1Zl 



324. Kheper-maat-Ra setep-en-Ra Amen-her- 
khepesh-f Rameses X 



CiIM3 ^ C3IEM] • 



Q 



325 Men-maat-Ra II setep-en-Ptah Kha-em-Uast meri- -» ^^ c i 

Amen Rameses XI, king of An (Heliopolis) ^ I < — ° n \ 



3kha-en-Ra meri-Amen Rameses XII (?) ^37 / ^ n q _ n e;^"^ 

Sa Ptah II (son of Ptab) I n V I WW 1 WW ^ 



3 N 4 



[ 936 ] 



To this period Gauthier (Livre des Rois, Cairo, 1913, p. 225) assigns the 
following : — 

User-maat-Ra neb-khepesh ( O ^ ^ '^ ^ 

Amen-maat (?) meri-Ra setep-en-Ra ^^ ^2 ( O fc(?) \^ (n i^ />—- ] 



Amen-Rameses 






RAmeses meri-Amen ^ !] | ^ j | V (Tl^llDI " 
Smen-maat-Ra Amen-mes 1^ ( q\\^^ ^^ "^ f (1 "^^ fll P 



User-maat-Ra heq Uast Rameses merr-Amen "1 1 






o 



Tirm 



Usersetep.en.R.Hes M CTMl ¥ ( ¥MI1 ' ' 

Ptat^SotiSa-rnhmeri (2150 CJ!I]- 

DYNASTY XXI. 

A. High-priests of Amen at Thebes. 

327a. Her-Heru as high-priest of Amen-Ra, king of the gods :— | ^ waaa \\ '^ 1 m | 



327b. Her-Heru Sa-Amen as king and son of Amen:— ps 



.?a 



^^/v^/v\ I 



"it^d 






k D I AAAAAA ^ Jot v ^ 1 

328. Pai-ankh 1 f ® — 1] ^ ^ ^ 1 ^ ^^ f 7; . »" of U-I?- -A-". 

329a. Pai-netchem I, son of Pai-ankh, as high-priest of Amen-Ra ] V ~^ '^~^^ i] '^T^ 4^ .J 

329b. Pai-netchem I as king :— Kheper-kha-Ra I setep-en-Amen Pai-netchem 
meri-Amen M (333 ^ C ^ ^^ M ) " 

330. Tchet-KhenSU-auf-ankh '^ ^ 1^ r^ (] ^ •?• '^ ^, son of Pai-netchem 1. 

331. Masaherth, son of Pai-netchem I meri-Amen T J ^ ""^^ \ ^ ^^ V ^ ^^ 

rsCffiMZD- . ° ^ 



r 937 1 

332a. Men-kheper-Ra II, son of Paiuetchem I, a« high-priest of Amen :— T ® *m/wv. (] 

O i**"*^ W (without cartoucheX 
332b. Men-kheper-R& II 

as king : — 



MM 

o 



CSn (Z3] QII33- 



333a. Pai-netchem II, son of Men-kheper-Rri. as high-priest of Amen-Ra :— T ^ 






333b. Pai-netchem II as king =-lf^V1^1m1^tl'^''='-^^^^^ 



334. Taa-kheperu-Ra setep-en-Ra Pasebkhan ^ ( OK*Sil O ^^~^ ^ 

335. Auapet, or Auuapet, high-priest of Amen-Ra and son of Shashanq I. T } ® "'"^^ 

DYNASTY XXI. 

B. Kings of Tanis. 

336. Hetch-kheper-Ra I setep-en-Ra Nes-ba-neb-Tet (tfievBr)^) meri-Amen 



337. Taa-kheperu-Ra setep-en-Ra Pasebkhan I ni^ /^ ^ i j-^ > 

meri-Amen PS L ^ ^ glj ! ^ j 

QIZEEI- 

338. Kheper-kha-Ra II setep-en-Amen Pasebkhftn II ^xj^ f ^ © « li ^"^^ ^ 

meri-Amen PS 1 ^ Qpf^fl J 



QMMS]- 



339. User-maat-Ra VII setep-en-Amen Amen-em-Apt meri-Amen ^|ij^^^ 

340. Neter-kheper-Rfi setep-en-Amen Sa-Amen qi^ / a ^ n ,m*^ /> > N 

meri-Amen S^ y I c^ 1 wvvvs ,.,^^^ \ 

341. Aa-kheper-Rfi I setep-en-Amen Pasebkhftn III meri-Amen 



[938] 



DYNASTY XXII. 

342. Hetch-kheper-Ra II setep-en-Ra Shashanq I (Secrwyxi?) meri-Amen (Shi- 

shak, I Kings xi, 40, xiv, 25) ^ ( © J fi i^ ^ "^ ( A S !♦!♦! MJ ^ 1. 

343. Sekhem-kheper-Ra setep-en-Ra Uasarken I {'OaopOcov) meri-Amen 

344. User - maat - Ra VIII setep - en - Amen Thekreth (?) I It ^i^ 



HN 



jUlUJLi, 



/V\A/VAA /\A/V\/\A 



^ 



?c 



■^ 
^ 



1^ 



345. User-maat-Ra IX setep-en-Amen Uasarken II ^^ ( 1 V^ (1 ^^^^ ^ ^ 1 

f (I ^^ A* I ^O^ 1 



meri-Amen. 



346. Hetch-kheper-Ra III setep-en-Amen Heru-sa-Ast meri-Amen '^ 

CMS3D- 



o<Jg^ 



ftA/W\A AAAAAA ^ 



347. User-maat-Ra X setep-en-Amen Peta-Bast meri-Amen ^1 



\ I Xl A/WNAA AAA/WA ^ 



348. Seshesh-kheper-Ra setep-en-Amen Shashanq II meri-Amen ^\ 

j "^ ( (1 ^ lii^ IjM r"^] 



C 



1 



A/W^VA AA^/iAA 






349. Hetch-kheper-Ra IV setep-en-Ra Thekreth (?) II meri-Amen sa-Ast ^1 

\ V V*V AAAAAA ^ _/-! \^ 1 ^ — V- tL 






^ 

!> 



; varr. Thekret 



Tekrert ^ *^^1|' Tekret Ij^^^li, Thekruth ^'^&=j, Tekruth 
"^5=, Tekreth \ 



■'^=:zi:^ 



350. User - maat - Ra XI Uasarken III (?) meri - Amen sa - Ast 



3^ -? o 



QMHS^Mj 



351. User - maat - Ra XII Thekreth III (?) meri - Amen sa - Ast 

(353] ¥S, CMSUMD • 



352. User-maat-Ra XIII setep-en-Ra Shashanq III meri-Amen ^\ 

AAAAAA^\ 



QM] ¥ (JHMmE 



r 939n 

353. User-ma&t-Rft XIV setep-en-Amen Pam&i 



er-ma&t-Rft XIV setep-en-Amen Pam&i ti^ / j o t — • n e^^ 
meri-Amen T^ y ^ I P ^^.^ ^ »,*^ J 

(MEM- 



354. Aa-kheper-Ra II Shashanqnirtkr /~r Z^ -* © Z' ti-ttft^TT nCi^N 

IV meri-Amen M l^— ^J ^ (.Mm^l^J. 

DYNASTY XXIII. 

355. Seher-db-Ra Peta-Bast sa Bast ^ ( "^ <5> O 1 "^ C ^ q ^°t 1- 

356. Aa-kheper-Ra III setep-en-Amen UasarkenA meri-Amen-R& 



The Nubian Conqueror of Egypt from Napata. 
357. Piankhi meri-Amen ^\j^ f Q " Q flTl ' 



The inscriptions also mention : — 

358. User-maat-Ra XV Piankhi '=\ f ^3^^:37 ni^ / ■^^=i^ To f ^TTfFN 

meri-Amen Sa Bast 1 4 ^ ^ Pl I ^T o J ^ I ° T SU ' 

and : — 

359. Senefer-f-Ra ?\ n . n . =^^ -^^ ^^ / _ n ♦ <c^N -y o ^.r^ /^ n n/\^ 



Piankhi J^ I" o D >^-:w ' ^ o ^^ V I A '^^^ J S" Q ui y ° T 11^ 
Kashta 1 ^ f U =^ 1; ^r U ^ 1 

DYNASTY XXIV. 

360. Shepses-Ra Tafnekht I i^ ^z^ ^ — ^^ ^ ^ M ,^ 

361. Uah-ka-Ra II Bakenrenef ti^ / <=> N -j* © / T~~^ N 

362. Uah-ab-Ra II Tafnekht II ^^^ (" © ? O 1 "^ ( ^ ^ ^^ ® I • 

DYNASTY XXV. (Nubians). 

363. Nefer-ka-RfiXIIShabaka(2:aySaKa>i/) I^^^^PJ^^J ^f © JU 11 

-5' o /^ ♦ Yt -jK.- k TN T'ht: Assyrian form of his name is Sha-ba-ku-u f ^ "^ Ef ^ » 
!1^ V*^^ At)' I — 1^ jjg xci\xsx not be confounded with the M^D of 2 Kings xvii, 4, 



[940] 



364. Tet-kau-Ha Shabataka 



3W3^CilM^n]- 



His son Piankhi assumed royal titles thus : — 



866. Men-kheper-RalllPifinkhi ^, f _ |; Mlf^^^vlllh 



366. Nefer-Tem-[aa]khu-Ila Taharqa (the n^^ri'M^ of isa. xxxvii, 9) ^^^^ "^ ^ ' 



^_^II; 



The Assyrian 



form of his name is Tar-ku-u ] »rr ^I^i ^TTT^* 



367. Ba-ka-Ra Tanuat 

Amen 

The Assyrian form of his name is Tan-da-ma-ni-e f J]y ^yy ^y J^ ty]f 

DYNASTY XXVI. 

368. Uah-&b-Ra III Psemthek I (>^a/i/A>Jnxo5) 






m 






c 



01 "0^ 1::2 ( D 



C 



O I [^ 



:=; I ; '^'^^L— /); 



369. nhem-ab-Ra NekaU (ni3 or 'iDJ, 2 Kings xxiii, 29; Jer. xlvi, 2; Ncxaw, Nc/cws) 



'm^K(3K3¥iu 



H- 



370. Nefer-db-Ra II Psemthek II 



1^^^"^ 

•^ 



l'1PG_.^ PIS^ 



(IH^QSa 



371. Haa-db-Ral Uah-ab-Ra IV(i^^Dn, Jer. xiiv, 30, Ova<f>pi^, 'Att/oii^?) 



O i; 






372. Khnem-db-Ra Aahmes II f A/Awcns) sa Net 



373. Ankh-ka-Ra II 
Psemthek III 



y^i mCHmI^CZEES]- 



DYNASTY XXVII. (Persians.) 
374. Mesut-Ra Eambathet, or Cambyses, (Pers. Ka[m]-b-u-j-i-ya, yt ty <'n -<!Hy "tT t<' 



Kenbutoha g (^J^jJ - Kambasutent ^|^^ f ^ 






[941] 

375. Setut-Rft Antriusha I, or Darius (Pers. Da-ra-ya-va-u-sh •?! fr? ^ tK"- "1^ <7f 7<, 

Gr. Aapelo^), the son of HysUspes, ^ f ^Po^l ^C-S)"^^11^^ • 

376. Khshaiarsha, or Xerxes (Pers. Kh-sha-yaa-r-sha-a «fy << y<- ?TT H ^ ??T. 

377. In his reign revolted Khabbasha ^ ( H 11^ °I ^ ^^'"^ j "^ 

378. Artakhashassha, or Artaxerxes (Pers. A-r-ta-kh-sh-tr-a ^ ^ tfyy «yy ^ t= ffy). 

.heGrea.Pha.oh M S (¥3^^] " ^ — 

379. Meri-Amen-Ra-neb-Heb-user-khepesh Antriusha II or Darius Ochus or 

DYNASTY XXVIII. 

[ Wanting.'] 

DYNASTY XXIX. 

380. Ba-en-Ra II Naifaaurut n. rp? / ^ ^^_ tWN ^ o /^ ^r^ v^ @ 



381. Khnem-maat-Ra Hagr {'Kxo,p^,) ^ ^ ^ 1^ ^^^ Pf^lll' 



382. Ptah-user setep-en-Ra Psa-Mut «. *<=> «> @ ti^ / -f n d o r— ^N 
'{^dfi^ovOt^) 1^ ^^ X III' PS L^ W A } 



383. Senetchem-4b-Ra setep-en-Amen Nekht- p^?cx 
Heru-heb (N€Kra^'c)8ry«;) meri-Amen 



DYNASTY XXX. 



P^flg^ll M (Wl?!:l ¥ ( ^s^gg 1 - 



384. Ari-maat-en-Ra Tche-her (Tew?) setep-en-An-her o?, ^ Q \j5 



^i 



CEIS3I- 



^:— : 

Ql 



[ 942 ] 
385. Kheper-ka-Ra II Nekht-neb-f (Ne/craj^e/So?) ^'^ 



=^ 






,^ 



^111^ M CZM] ^ CSS3 



Position Doubtful. 



386. Qa-ka-Ra II An II 






387. User-maat-Ra XVI Setep-en-Amen Amen -rut meri-Amen T jf 



MACEDONIANS. 
388. Meri-Amen setep-en-Ra Arksantrs (Alexander the Great) 






jSa^ 



(VWAAA )♦ 






I 



VIAAAA 



L^ E 



389. Meri-Amen setep-en-Ra Phiriupus (Philip Arrhidaeus) ^ 5^ 4^ '■^xl '■= . 



I 1 ^ I 



c 



T=T 



J 



D 

ra 



5Hi5Z2D'- 



varr. 



8E|.(3!25E]- 



390. Haa-ab-Ra II setep-en-Amen Arksentrs (Alexander ii), Per-aa (Pharaoh), 



fiPQ 



5i]¥l-Q 



AAAA/V\ ^\ 



PTOLEMIES. 



J^ P ^ (Ptolemy I, Soter ("^ "]) I). 



39lA. Ptlmis °^ 

39lB. Ptlmis, the Satrap, _^ ^ i|(J N& Q 1=^ ^o" ^— ^- 



392. User-ka-Ra IV meri-Amen Ptlumis (Ptolemy II, Philadeiphus I) (1 Jj ''^^ | ^), 



391c. Meri-Ra setep-en-Amen 
Ptulmis 






(532IH]^C^^M> 



393. Aua-en-neterui-senui setep-en-Ra sekhem-ankh-en-Amen Ptulmis 

(Ptolemy III, Euergetes | a |1 I), everliving, beloved of Ptah, 

CH 



iivj ¥ (MIIHSIID- 



[943] 



304. 

m 

ex c^ 

395. 



Auft-en-neterui menkhui setep-en-Ptah user-ka-R& V 8ekhem-&iikli- 
Amen Ptulmis (Ptolemy IV, Philopator /I -«=t. ^ ) I), cvcrliving, beloved of Isis, 

Auft-en-neterui merui &tu setep-en-Ptal;! u8er-ka-R& VI sekhem-ftnkh- 

Amen Ptulmis (Ptolemy V, Epiphanes /oT^p.)), overliving, beloved of Pub, 



396. 
397. 



Ptulmis ry?TSlTFl (Ptolemy VI, Eupator ( D ^ ^ ^ (] ^ ) )• 

Aua-en-neterui-perui I Kheper-Ptah setep-en-Amen &ri-ma&t-R& 

Ptulmis (Ptolemy VII, Philometor (oT^^^^^jO. everliving, beloved of Pub, 



M (rii^y^gM^ ¥( T?]"^iqpf^:i--T 



398. Neos Philopator— P-neter hunnu Tef-f-meri (Ptolemy viii, Philopator ii), 






399. 

m 

ex ex 

400 



Aua-en-neterui perui II setep-en-Ptah &ri-maat-Ra sekhem-ankh- 

Amen Ptulmis (Ptolemy IX, Euergetes /|1) II), everliving, beloved of Ptah, 



Aua-en-neter-menkh I [Aua-enj-neter-t Netchti-menkh-t setep-en- 
Ptah ari-maat-Ra sekhem-ankh-Amen Ptulmis (Ptolemy X, Soter II, 

Philometor II, surnamed Lathyrus), everliving, beloved of Ptab, 



MSQ3EM3E3iiH 



QUI 



°^^qil'f^:i-^ 



401. 



Aua-en-neter-menkh II [Aua-en]-neter-t-menkh-t-Rfit setep-en-PtaljL 
ari-maat-Ra senen-&nkh-en-Amen Ptulmis (Ptolemy xi, Alexander I, 

Philometor III), who is called Alexander, everliving, beloved of Ptah, 



(fign;."!i^°i-uifv^] 



(°fi^gqp.^?^^ii^f:^!i-] | 



402. Ptolemy XII, Alexander II. {Cariouckes wanting.'] 

403. Aud,-en-p-neter-enti-nehem setep^n-Ptah &ri-ma&t-R& 8ekhem-&nkh- 

Amen Ptulmis (Ptolemy XIII, Philopator III, Philadelphus II, Neos Dionysos), 
everliving, beloved of 1^^ ^-^ / 5" 
Ptah and Isis, ** ^ ^^ V ° I 






wm 



I (JESSSSSEJi 



[ 944 ] 



404. Ptolemy XIV. [Cartouches wanting.'] 

405. Ptolemy XV. [Cartouches wanting.] 

406. PtulmiS (Ptolemy XVI, Philopator IV, Philometor IV, Caesarion), who is called Caesar, 



everliving, beloved 
of Ptah and Isis, 

son of the sun, lord of crowns, Caesar ^ ^ — ' 

Philopator Philometor ^ ^ 



CE 






PTOLEMAIC QUEENS AND PRINCESSES 

406a. Berenice I (Barnig[a]) *1 o 



SS' 



the fourth wife of 
Ptolemy I. 



407. Arsinoe (Arsenai) 
Philadelpha 



lv.:ii2i^5^CE3E3 



I n. V ^ J , daughter of Ptolemy I and sister and wife of Ptolemy II. 

408. Arsinoe II Philadelpha Khnem-ab-en-Maat meri-neteru Arsenaai (?) 



409. Philotera (Pilutera), youngest 

daughter of Ptolemy I 



lloQElSS] 



410. Berenice II (Barniga) j^^ (jT 






ffi 



~],wi 



wife of Ptolemy III. 



daughter of Ptolemy III 
and Berenice II. 



sister and wife of 
Ptolemy IV. 



411. Berenice III (Barniga) fgl ( ^ Vfjl] s'^^ ] . 

412. Arsinoe III (Arsenai) S^ (JJj^l], 

415. Cleopatra III Kokke f^ ^ ^ S(XMSE] ' "' 



.2a5> 



413. Cleopatra (Qlauptra) I Syra 1 ^ i ^ [ 

of Antiochus III and wife of Ptolemy V. 

414. Cleopatra II Soteira 1"^^^=^^ C ^ f] 

wife of Ptolemy VII, and sister of Ptolemy IX. 



sister and 



wife of Ptolemy IX. 
416. Cleopatra IV Berenice IV ? 



niece and 









417. Cleopatra V, who is called Tryphaena, 



nn 



(j^^fl^^g.^^P^^ggl - 



sister and wife of Ptolemy XIII. 



r 945 ] 



She is the 'Akld'Uatrd t\i\f\MV9ln I daughter of BatlImAs, f|'^A,<P?! : vir. 
'Abtehnatvds, A'fl''?A''SPh '.) of Abyssinian writers. (Sec Brit. Mus. MS. Orient. 66i, 

fol. 8o<^ 3, fol. 81^ I.) 

418. Cleopatra VI and her son Caesarion T^^ l^T]°W^^^^^^i 



ROMAN EMPERORS. 
419. Augustus (b.c. 30- a.d. 14) Heq hequ setep-en-Ptah Autkrtr (AvroKpaTcjp) 

c 



Kaisrs (Kato-apo?) 



\> 



Q 



Di^M 






beloved of Ptab and Isis. 

420. Tiberius (a.d. 14-37) Autkrtr Teberis Kisrs *Qj ^ 



O Q III 



421. Caius Caesar Germanicus Caligula (a.d. 37-41) Heq hequ Autkrtr meri 
Ptah Ast Kais Kaisrs Germ[a]nikis ^ f ^ Im'^S^^^'^l 



c^^^qp^^iur.^T^-qi-fS:i] - --"^•- 



beloved of Ptah and Isis. 

422. Tiberius Claudius Germanicus (a.d. 41-54) Heq hequ Autkrtr Teber[i]8 
Kits Kaisrs Kermanikes ^\^ ^ 



Q\J 



C 



-fia& — — 



^M 






beloved of Ptah and Isis. 

423. Nero Claudius Caesar Germanicus (a.d. 54-68) Heq Ijiequ setep-en-Pta^ 



meri Ast Autkrtr Narani 
Kaisrs Karmniks 






c 









beloved of Ptah and Isis. 

424. Servius Galba Caesar (a.d. 68) Saruu Gibs Autkrtr Kaisrs enti khu 



^(MaE 



(3. 



se 



o e 



J , who is gl 



onous. 



425. Marcus Otho (a.d. 69) Mrks Autuns Kisrs Autkrtr 



o 



c 



.£;& 

^ 






O Q HI 



QK^MlS- 



426. Vespasian (a.d. 69-79) Autkrtr Kisrs Uspisins 



3 o 



[ 946 ] 



Clj 



G 






FESl 



427. Titus (a.d. 79-81) Autkrtr 
Tatas Esrs 

428. Domitianus (a.d. 81-96) Autkrtr Kisrs T[u]intin[u]s Gerin[a]nik[u]s 



O 



c 



(9 o(a<==>' 



n 



o 
5o 



AAXII]- 



429. Nerva (a.d. 96-98) Autkrtr Kisrs Nerrus (?) 



M(i¥ 



(3 P 



P 



-2^^ 



J ^Q^ 



C 






430. Trajan (a.d. 98-117) Autkrtr Kisrs Neru Trin[u]s Sebastes ankh tchet 












431. Hadrian (a.d. i 17-138) Autkrtr 
Kisrs Trainus Atrinus 



?Os 



^ 



ci op 



^^ 



og3 SS^^^ 









IilI3- 



432. Antoninus Pius (Caesar Titus Aelius Hadrian) (a.d. i 38-1 61) Autkrtr 
Kisrs Tatas Alis Atrinus Antuninus Seb[a]sts Usbus 



lOs 



ss 



C 



^(S o @ p o 



q^Pr]1HP^q^P"e.^1g] 



5a ^^37 
o ess 



(iijiiJiiTPKita- 

433. Lucius Aurelius and Verus (a.d. i 61-180) Luki Aur[e]li Ura ankh tchet 



434. Conamodus (a.d. 180-192) Autkrtr Antaninus Kamatus 



c^ 












O ^ it^ 



] 



3IH 



435. Septimius Se verus (a.d. 193-2 h) 
Autkrtr Kisrs Sauris 



Os. 



c 



(2 ci _25a Tjjpjw 
(2 



MUSI 



9a ^:=:7 






^ 
.> 



Cl5 



433. Antoninus (Caracalla) (a.d. 21 1-2 17) Autkrtr Kisrs Antun[i]nus 



437. Geta (a.d. 2 1 1-2 1 2) Autkrtr Kis-ars Getas o 



-Ssfi 



438. Philip (a.d. 244-249) Autkrtr Kisrs Philipp[u]s 0^2 ( (1 

3^ 



(3 O- 



o ess 



I'h W ^''c 



g*;;:^^ Q (WWyv 



ra 'Is w D^w 



D 



/U-' 



439. Decius (a.d. 249-251) Autkrtr Kisrs Takis Cis 



O QQS 



CH^il^^ 



a 



w 



s 



[ 947 ] 



III. 

NAMES OF COUNTRIES, DISTRICTS. 
LOCALITIES, CITIES. TOWNS. ETC. 



trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^®' ^1-^^^ LTIIW), IV, 805 

(Ram. Ill, 1^ TT 11 ^' ^ S^^^"^ 
country ; situation unknown. 

or^^, Rec. 20, 

A/N/\AAft O 

^'4, ^(J(]eiiiiQ"^C^£^^, lV,8o6,aSadani 
country; situation unknown. 

Aisekna "^^^ 



Aimenu 







20, 115, a SftdanI country; situation unknown. 

Auanr (Aur) ^ f| ^^, p. .60, 

a town; situation unknown. 

Au&b if^\^ ^D , a sanctuary in Hebenu. 

Aumer (?) Aunem (?) ^ ^ , 

IV, 80s, ^ Ln"!, Rec. 20, 114, a SadSni 
country ; situation unknown. 

Auhep/^^^§- ^|§^. 

the sanctuary of the god Ahl (1 ? (1(1 ^, and 
of Denderah. 



B,D.G. 8, a sanctuary (?) at Thel)es or Memphis. 
Q^©. M. .80, f JjQlW). P. ,98. 






^0'\^ \ '^^^' Elephantine, 'Iqfl, the 
"placeofivory"jy^;var.|J^^O. 

I'S^'^tJ^oSa®' "Stoneof Aabu," 

/>., granite ; ? %^ © IL ^ . " Abu of the South," 
I Jl ^ I ' !>., Semnah. 

Abt,AbetcU^J^.^^. 
^•'°''^f J'^^®'P- "■307 7", 

'^-' f © 1 O ©■ ?J.^. ?J 
^"' ? JS®' ?J©' '^'•'''""^ "'«<"»■ 

trict of Abydos, the capital of the 8lh Nome of 
Upper Egypt and centre of the cult of Osiris 
in the South; Copt. e&tUT, ".A/Ji-fc..; see 

■u\r- 

AbtU mehtt f J '^ ^, " Abydos of 

the North," a town in the Fayydm, AbQsfr 
al-Malik (?) A.Z. 1907, 28. 

Abetch i][S,lV, 988. ^ p^s, ^. 

Berlin 7272, "^ , 2. ^^e 8th Nome of Upper 
-X "♦* Egypt (Thinites). 

-J3P* cs^ © ' m Lgypt. 

302 



[ 948 ] 



Amur.ta(?) ^|^fl-^^. 

Crocodilopolis (Gebelen). 

Amsu ^^^^[c^]' IV, 798, 

a SQdani country ; situation unknown. 

Anuasherr ^ O () § cX) j. A.z. 

65, 28, a district in the Sftdan. 

Arbin, Aribi "^ .2^ "J^ M ^ 

Rev. 12, 26, Arabia; Assyr. V ^ >-]}<] ^, 

Arp[a]kh, Arrapakha '^'^^r^, 

Rev. 24, 160, 'ApfwTTaxni^ (Ptolemy VI, i, 
2); var. (1 ^ A^ T D:£^£|; Assyr. 

Arm'ina ^ _£^ J^ [in "^ t^^^, 



A.z. 49, 78, Armenia; Pers. ^ ^f y<^C: "ff J3(, 
Behis. I, 15. 

Arsa "^"^^^ ^ r^^^^ , IV, 791, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^"■^^ ^ "T^^' ^^' 796, a SMant 
country ; situation unknown. 

Ah, Abu ^^ , B.D.G. 1027, "^ S 

V^ (vvQ, Famine Stele III: (i) a SCld^ni 
country (?) ; (2) a name of Leontopolis. 
Akh 



P. 427, M. 612, N, 707, 1216, a town 

in the Deha. 



Akhamrur ^ T v\ , iv, 

791, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Ast 






, Rec. 20, 115; see 



[C^O^]. 



Ashia ^m()()^CW), Rev. 24. 
160, a country; situation unknown. 



Asher, Ashru 



r\n .Sas 



v*^:^ AAAAAA 
I TT 1 AAAAAA 



I TT 1 AA/VVV\ 

I ii 1 ^ AAAAAA 

,^— -^^ ra /VAAAAA ^ 



"^^ , the name of the district and lake at 

Thebes sacred to the goddess Mut; they lay 
between Karnak and Luxor. 



Aker ^^^"^ , a canal in the 3rd Nome of 



Lower Egypt (Libya-Mareotis) 



I s 



[^£^, a 



Aktbata 

district of Syria. 

Agna "^ S f\ f\/\/i , IV, 802, aStidini 
country ; situation unknown. 

^^^, Rev. 12, 20, the land 



Ati 



of the 



^i 



^^. 



Atef 



V B.D.G. 6, a name of: (i) Sma-Beht; 
©T~' (2) Diospolis in the Delta. 



Atefur 






:^>- 



town near Memphis and of its god. 



Atef-peb 

Upper Egypt; 



-^ , the 14th Nome of 



o ^-aSl) the capital of 



Atef-kbent " ^j^ , :^^2 ^^^ 

13th Nome of Upper Egypt (Lycopolites) ; 

m^^o 1' m^^^o I ' V iHii I ' 

the capital of the same, i.e., 
q.v. 

, a name ot [Z~zi 



.(^' 



Atekb 
At 

Aa (] 



, a name of 



, see 



i\^l 



'=^ B.D.G. 8, a suburb of 
© ' Memphis (?) 

Aati ©, ^, the two ceme- 

teries ; positions unknown. 



949] 



Aa-t d,akhu 



u-^*^ 



a name of 
^ I m \U <i)' EdfO. 

Aat ^akhut en Aakhu khenti 
netchemtchem ftnkh-t ^'^^'^^ 

, a name of Edffl. 



V^WIf 



Aa-t As&r Nekhen - ^^ ^^^ 



the tomb of Osiris at Nekhen 

Aa kirn (?) ^^^^ h 



o? 






near Gebelen in Upper Egypt. 

Aa-t aq-t ent Amentt h 



I , a town 






y y /vvw\A n 



CiO 



Aauab 



, B.D.G. 35, the site of the 
Hat 

n 



o I' r^r\^ 
temple of Thothmes III at Madinat Habu 



^AAA/V\ 



y~0 



\\ ^AAAAA ^~^, 
/NAA/V»A "Ca/ 



fj©' 

"holy island," a name of the Island of Philae. 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



LiSiJ 



1^*^ ^*J AAAAAA 

©' r^ o©' 









"holy sepulchre," />., the tomb of Osiris at 
Philae; Gr. 'Aftmoi: 



Aa ur (Mer ur ?) 



AAAAAA ^ [ 

^^'^'^ "^0^=1: (i) a town in the Delta: (2) 

'^^ , a town in Upper Egypt ( Arsinoe ?) 

Aa-tur^^ 

10, a town of Osiris. 



© ^ , B.D. 142, III, 



Aa-t ur ent he^er Hem ^ ^§ ^ 

, a name of Exlffl. 



I 



o I 0{ 



Aa-t Utcha ''^^^ ^t, b.d.g. i8i : 

(i) a suburb of Alexandria; (2) a district of 
Letopolis. 

Aa-tbaiu k^^"^,t=-j^|^. 

the necropolis of Mendes ; Gr. 6;ioi)(«. 

Aa-t bar (Aubar) ^^ "^ ^P*, 
L.D, III, 252, 122, (j ^ '^'Y'^. IV,785, 



of several places in Syria ; compare Heb. 72LH 
(fertile land, meadow). 

Aa-t Behetch ^-^ -iX i^r * ^^^^ 



^ 



of EdfO. 



Aa-t Pe (Pu ?) •'^^ iJ , »'1<^„ nccropoli. 
^ ^ c^ \ O* o( Pe-Tep, q.v. 

Aapu 1=1 D^e, ^©,Rec 2,31, 



(2 



a 



\> (2® 



(ja^©, 



Pano- 



D©' \> Q. 

pnlis. Perhaps another name for Khemenu 

^ - o 

=*y ^; Copt. cyJUim, Arab. 4 

Eth A^c^^: t\'U^^: 



Aa Pega 



S^?C 



S 






-'^ the temple of Osiris in the noroe of 
^ ' Pharbaetites. 

Aa-t Pegasf^'g^p^©; see 
Aa-t Fega. 



Aa-tPteh ^^° 



a section of the 
Labyrinth. 



Ck I oO 



Aa-t Maat ''^^C^, 

name of Edffl. 

Aa ma^ti "^-^(lllpp |] j. "Inland 

of truth," the abode of Osiris in the TuaL 

Aa md,tru, Aa m &tru gid 8(1(1''^ 
\0, Rev. 14, 21, J^^=(j ^ , Rec 

^l\ (1 '^ t^^- a name of 



I I 



, Rec 



©• 



the 



Aamur -;• ^ f] -^ 

33, 128, a name of Gebeldn. 

Aa-t Menuftr u-**^ ^^^^ ^ 

temple of Osiris in \fareotis. 

Aa-t menkhet u>«^ i^ ^ ^. the 

sanctuary of the serpent god or goddess 
Shenar j^VOi' '■^'' ^^^ ^ ^O' 



Aa-t Meri k^b-"^ (j(j ^, the ne. 
cropolis of Mareotis, 

303 



[ 950 ] 



Aameh 



"^ u 



Island of the north," 



an island near Pelusium. 

Aa-tmesq ''^^^flP^. "Tomb of the 
bull's hide," a name of Abydos. 

Aa nasha (Mer-nasha) i^ 

T^ttt V^ O , Harris I, 6iB, lo, a town in Egypt. 



Aa-en-aufras ^^^^ (1 % "^ 

" Island of Aufras," i.e., Cyprus. 



Aa en Abui (Abi ?) 

J. 



\> 



, Rech. 99, an island near Memphis. 



/\AAAAA 



AaenAsi .. 

■SI J\ 

~ \\ , " Island of Asi," i.e., Cyprus. 



(\£^' 



The correct speUing of Asi is U "TT" M f^-^^ - 



W is found on 



The form 

I n A 

the Stele of Canopus ; this is a corruption of 
(VAAw\ j\ AAAAAA h jl IK^ [I [I f\y\/i , " Isknd 

of Auntanai." 

Aa-t nebeh ^ O 1 § •^, ^\ 

9 vl , the tomb of Osiris at Busiris. 

A I I I 



I I I 



Aaut en Beht 

tombs of EdfCl. 

|^,ja^ ftAAAAA 







0£ 



I, the holy 



Aa-t nebs 



J P I ©• =« Q 



U3 



Aa nefer CH^T ^ , a town in Egypt. 

Aaneferenat czzsl^y (jci^^, 



a name of Edffi. 



Aa-t nefer ^^^^^l'^, Rec n, 80, 



town in Lower Egypt. 

Aa-tnem-t ^"^^ 



^ a district of 
cn' Denderah, 



Aa-t ent mu (1 



I^O^ Al/WAAA AA'VWX 
. O I O AATAAA 

'^^'^^^ , B.D 149, a district in the f uat. 
<2k I Q 3^s' 



Aanreka 



I \> I I I i 



(read 



I, IV, 792, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aa-t Nekheb [^:^ 4- J S ' ^ district 

in the Nome Diospolites. 



Q^ 



Aa-t ent Kher-aha ^^ u^ 

I J] B.D. 149, the 14th Aal in the 
O ' Tuat. 



Aa-t Neserneser (Aa-t en Serser?) 

Q Q© : (i) a district in the Nome Her- 



o I 



Aa en serser aw»aa 

\> I 

f|©,Hh.356, ^ 



mopolites ; (2) a district in the Tuat. 

AAAAAA \7 \7 

Aa en shau 



see Aa-t Neser- 
neser. 



estate of King Khufu (Cheops). 



Aa-t ent qahu (j 






O—fl 



, B.D. 149, a district in the Tuat. 



Aa en Kam-ur 



Q£^, a name of Athribis. 

Aa netrit ^^T-c^ ^ , a town of isis. 
Aa-tnetrat ^^^^^^ ^ (^, Rec. 5, 

88, a temple of Isis. 

Aa-t netrit ent Ra 1<=> 

olio o 
<^ a district near Denderah where Horus 
5Q I ' overthrew Set. 

Aarats 'r^ "^ ""S^ "j Rec 33, 6, 

Aradus; Heb.Tlli^, Tall al-'Amarnah ^t]]^ 

m] ^TT, Assyn'V^yy <HT<r ^T t^IT. Gr. 

'A/)agos, 'OpOwaia, Arab. j\,.U Syr. ooototR', the 
modern Ruwid. 



\> 



^©, 



yv a town in the Nome Mahetch, 
0^» (Kom 'al-Ahmar ?), 



Aa-t Rut ^"^A©, 
* o I ^ 



r 961] 



Aarma (Aalma) ''^^^' 

topolis in the Athribite Nome. 

AarmaA "^ Jl ,^^ (j^^ltw). 

Gol. 4, 8, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aa rek (Aa-lek) ^^^^^ ^Z 



i 



, the " Island of Philae," at the south end 



of the First Cataract ; Copt. niXA.K, Arab, ^h . 



Aa-t Rek (Aa Lek) ''^^ ^ 



with the article n L.-°-si 



L-^iJ 



u ©, 



the temple town of Philae. 

^(j» IV, 791, a district 



Aaret^ ^^ 

\, I 1 

or town in Syria (Aradus ?) ; see Aarats 



l^;-^'^^ a town in 
/www © ' Upper Egypt, 



^1- 

Aa-t heben 

Aa-t Herui (?) 1^^^ ^ ^, Lower 
Egypt ; a cemetery of Horus and Set (?). 

Aa-t Hehu 1^:^^ 1 1 ^ ® > ^ sanctuary 
in Ijjensu (Herakleopolis). 

Aa hetep GID "^ , a name of EdfQ. 

Aa-t khet (?) t-s^ ® ^, Rec n, 80, 

a town in the Delta (?) 

Aakh- "^^^ n ^ 



las 



IkPoL'^^'^*'-"' 



109, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Aakhatu 



I; Ci£^^, Rec 



20, 115, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Aa-t khenu trS^j ^^© a district in 
the Nome Athribites. 

Aa-t khnem k*SI ^^ ^ , a district in 
the Nome Am-peh. 

Aai khnemu Q ^ gid (|(] © , ^ 
5ui3 (](] ® , a town in Egypt. 



Aa-t sab-Shu (?) |^ I^ (5. a di»trict 

of Horus of Nekhen. 

Aa-t Sebek fc^^^, Mctben n. a 

village in the Delta. 



Aa 



sma 



^<2^ 



^*o 



, a name of EdfA. 



AaSeneferu ^ (UY\ - 



a town 



near GIzah. 

Aa-tSkhau |^PJ'5^%0.atown 

of Osiris ; situation unknown. 

AastA ^i^^'T'^fl. IV, 791, a district 

in .Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aa-t 8hd,-t U'"^ 



\7 



CD' 



a name of 



Per Rehreh (P) 



Aa-tsha t-^™o, a sandy district; 
o o Situation unknown. 



AA^^^*, Natron Island, 



Aa sher 

the VVadi Natrfln (?) 

Aa-t qema hetchhetchui ^^^^^^\^ 

^S^ m I , Khemenu (Hermopolis). 

Aakati f^ "^^^^^ I) t^^» R«c 

20, 118, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aa-t kek u^*^ ' 



TJ[^, Rec 33, 176, 



o I 



"^j a town near al-Hibah. 



k:^=d 



Aa-t Geb o 

o I 



a district near 
Edfa. 



Aatuba ^^^^'^t iv, 79^. « 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aa-t Tefnut i-s^j ^ ©, ^ f^ 

Q k=5J Ck Q o a name of 

oO ' o I c=>>La^ CkO O* Denderah. 

Aa-t Tenen l."**^ vw«* <£|t -. , a sanctu- 
ary in the Nome Prosopites; Copt. n^G^ItOlt, 



Aa-tTha ^'^^'^ 



, a name of Anlt 



^, the modern AsnA (I^topolis). 



[952 ] 



Aa-t tha Per-hemut u-'=^ 

L^°-sl ?^ /-^n^ 



^^^, the necropolis 



of the Nome Sebennyles. The name means 
something like Andropolis-GynaecopoHs ; see 
Strabo XVII, 803. 



Aa-t tham 






_^[V£V] 



, Annales, 4, 179, (1 



D:£\^' O I 



^ 1 



, Rhind Pap. 24, 56 ; var. u-°-nI li 



o I ^^ 

""Srv '^'^ the town and necropolis of Western 
_£i)^ f\/\/i ' Thebes ; Copt. 2^HJULe, 

Aathaker <czp>j^^ , iv, 790, a 

district in Syria; situation unknown. 

, IV, 792, a district 



Aatlm 

V I w w 

in Syria ; situation unknown 



Aa-t ta (?) ^^ 



, the 6th Nome 



of Upper Egypt (Tentyrites). 

- P 



Aa-tta(?) ^A- 



rrzi 






, the capital 



of the 6th Nome of Upper Egypt (Denderah). 



Aatamm 



\> 



:1 



[^£^, 



Anastasi I, 22, i, a country in Northern Syria; 
compare Heb. Q^tSfi^. 

1"°^ %jrjj^, a town in the Nome Pharbaetites. 



Aatmamt 



1^: 



■(^^^,L.D. 



3, 252, 98, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

7=1 



Aatraa 



D^^a, L.D. III, 



252, 100, a district in Syria ; situation unknown; 



see 



W f^^^ 



Aa-t Tchefa h 



::a 



(2 



a district in the Tuat where food 
Ml' was stored. 



Aa tchestches 






a district in one of the Oases. 

Aa-t Tchetmi u-°^ 

village to the south-east of Thebes. 

"^s r\/\/i ^^' 799, a Sfidani country ; situation 
Pm ' unknown. 

IV, 800, a Sildani country ; situation unknown. 

Aaiuran (Aaiulan) hf^hh \'^^ 

fv/vn , L.D. Ill, 252, 26, Ajalon; compare Heb. 
pS^hi, Josh. X, 12, Assyr. >-tJ] ^f? S^ ^f. 



Aau 



fj^V 



Rec. 20, 114 



. ^/\\ 



Q£^, IV, 806, a Sudani country; situation 
unknown. 

Aaui (I'^'^flQ. IV, 805, a Sadani 
country ; situation unknown. 

Aaur (?) (j "^ ^=f , IV, 805, a SQdani 
country ; situation unknown. 

^^^^ tJc^'A-Z-9o8,ii8,y^, 

TTJ J ^ Q , -M 5 ^ © , the capital of Ta-set 

S^, i.e., Nubia, the ist Nome of Upper Egypt 

(Elephantine) ; see Abu ? J '^ ^ . Ele- 
phantine. 

Aab kher "^ /n 11, ^^^; 3 J' 69, a place; 
I ^ situation unknown. 

Aabtet ¥ ^ "^ ^ , a name of Herur 



X ^ 



^ '^ _^ , near Beni Hasan. 



, Abydos ; 






.^ no iO io 



see 



u 



Q:^ 



', Aram, Pap. 20, ;o"1Ilb^« 



[ 963 ] 



Aam 



the capital of the Nome 
Ament. 



A.Z. 



Aamu kehek () \ ^ ^, 

1883, 88, a nomad tribe conquered by Amen- 
betep I. 

Aama n ^^ _^ A fv^v^ , a country in 
the Egyptian SfldAn. 

I^> 797, a Sftddni country ; situation unknown. 



Aantem A 



A 



^ f>^^vo ^^' 797' ^ Sudani country; situa- 
^^n=n: ' tion unknown. 

country ; situation unknown. 



lani c 
1 

IV, 803, a SQdani 



Aarakaraka []^"=^U"7"LJ, 

IV> 796, a SOdani country ; situation unknown. 

Aah [1%, m IV, 799, a Sadani country ; 
^ _^. ' situation unknown. 

Aahetb (j "^ ^ Jc^^^^, the 5th station 
on the Kana-Kuser Road, near the Red Sea. 

Aakhekh (j '^ ^, a town in Egypt. 

Aakhet (j "^ ®'^, IV, 802, a sadani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Aakh-t Amen ^jj h 



, the vine 

AA/WNA I 

land of Libya-Mareotis; var. Aakh-t Menh 

Mil™ 



Aakh-t Menh M^ f^^-M 
, the vine land of Libya-Mareotis. 



Aakhu-t ^ii^ '^~ . a name of the temple 
of Amen-Ra at Thebes. 






Aakhu-t 



a funerary temple 
of Men-kau-Heru. 



Aakhu-t '^^ ^ /\ the name of the 
pyramid of Khufu at GIzah. 

Aakhu Asut '^^ n I /\ , the name 

of the pyramid of Neb-hep- RS (Menthu^ietep) 
at Thebes. 



Aakhu ft-f user A^ut nebt enti 

khet ta '^ J^ J rl '^ ^ ^ SS:^ 
a name of Deoderah. 

Aakhu mennu '^il*^^^, Rcc. ta, 

64, a name of Rarnak. 

Aakhu-t ent Ra heri neteru 'Si^ ® 



y ^ "^ 3CX ^1^1^ . a name of Theljcs. 

Aakhu Ament c^ {^ ^, var. [g^g, 

a temple of Osiris in the Nome Ament. 

Aakhut-en-Aten c^ h^^, ^ 

built by Amenhetep IV near the modern village 
of Tall al-*Amirnah ; called also Pa Atenher 

Aakhu-t ent Amen-ren-f c^ '^'^ 

(I l|^ ftAAAAA , a name of Thebes. 

Aakhu-t en Ra c^ ^3, a temple of 

Horus in Edfft. 

Aakhu-theh^^|o|;,j(c^5;, 

/^I^ ^ rOr^ 8 n 8 a name of the temples 
C^ j^. "^ X^X' of Edfa and Dendcrah. 

Aakhu-t 8heta-t cQd™JI c^^ 

"hidden horizon," a name of the tomb. 






Aakhu-t taui qO^ 

a name of Memphis. 

Aasen (I'^K^*^, IV, 8oa, a SfldanI 
country ; situation unknown. 

Aak (| "^ ^. IV, 8o2, a SOdAnl 
country; situation unknown. 

Aakaraka () ^ U "Y* U c^^« » 

SQd&nt country ; situation unknown. 

Aaku. Aauk I] "^ ^^ /^ «^. 

(] "^^^^^^ f^Q^va, a district near the 
modem Gebel A|>mar. 



[ 954 ] 



Z3 '=' B.D.G. 76, an estate of 
^ ' Assa. 



Aag (] 

Aati /^%^Z^/^ , 



w 

AA/SAAA 

y^^ \> , Mar. Karn. 



52, 7, a canal in An (Heliopolis). 

Aatuart(?) (j^]5^c^^, iv,8oi, 

a Sfidani country ; situation unknown. 

Aatef, Ateftit (] ^ ^ © . (] ^ 

]11®' 1^^®©' a Nubian town 
with quarries of 2i) -wwvn a\ , rubies (?) 

Aat /l'^ ^"^^ ^•^- ^49. 45. a town in 
• Hm © ' theTuat. 

(1 o >K , a district in the Nome of Menu. 

Aaatchem (]_.^^^,iv,798, 

f\ Q % "^ ^. [ ^^-^^ 1 . a Sddani country ; 

situation unknown. 

Aau (1 D %^ © , a town in Egypt. 

Aar Aamu (Aal Aamu) fl ' ° A A 

^ V^ © , a town in Egypt. 

Aarsa h ^ a'^^^ ^ , IV, 789, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aashu, Aashaa (1 ° A "^ [v^vq , i v, 

806 (Ram. Ill (1 ° (1 '^ D£V£]) , a Sudani 
country ; situation unknown, 

Aathen [1 ^^ ^^' ^°'^' ^ Sudani coun- 
I /wwvA ' try ; situation unknown. 

Ai (1^(1(1 [v^ ^^' 788, a district in 
1 21 1 1 ' Syria ; situation unknown. 

ll (1 _ , B.D.G. 9, a sanctuary at Latopolis. 

^ 7\ J I ' ^^' '^^^' ^ district in 



Aibra 



Syria ; situation unknown 

Aim'r ^ ^ 



CsCb^, Rec. 20, 116, a 



Aimers H '"'^ H © , Methen 1 1, a village 
or estate in the Delta. 

Ainu (Ainnu) ^ ^ (] -^ ^. iv, 791, 

a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Airanra(P)|]^q(j^;7;-^.lv, 

792, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Aikhka 



Nastasen Stele 46, a Sfidani country ; situation 
unknown. 

Aitua (j ^ (j(j ] f] ;^, IV, 790, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

AUU 7\ ^^ jXj , Rec. 3, 2, IV, 385, 
a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Au-t 



, a name of Abu (Elephantine). 



Au-t n Net Amenit (?) ^ O 

, a name of Sni (Latopolis). 



district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Auaram . . . ^ <^ .^ 

^^ ©, Rec. 13, 3, a town in Egypt. 

Auanau (1 % (1 ^^^^ Q ^, iv, 784, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown ; Heb. "l^'lt^j 
I Chron. viii, 12. The modern Kafr 'Ana (?) 

Auanauqu (]^(j'^^^, IV, 789,a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aua (Auaut?) ^ ^ ^ ©, a 

quarter of Memphis. 

Auat ^^ °(^^^, IV, 805, a SMani 
country ; situation unknown. 

AubarJ^^^T-.f]^^^^, 

(J V ^^ ^ » ^^' 7^"^' ^ "ame of many 

districts in Syria ; compare Heb. 73^^ "fertile 
land," " meadow." 

Aubarrna [] ^ ^^ , ^^ ^ , 

IV, 789, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

AubaU ^ 1^ Ij (j , IV, 791, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown, 



[ 955 ] 



Aubir(?)q^J.<=,(]^J.- 

IV, 781, 785, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 

Aupa (j (2 ^ "^ "I (v:^, Anastasi I, 

17, I, 22, 6, Anastasi IV, 16, 11, a district in 
Syria ; Tall al-'Amarnah V 1^} ^. 

Aum'i ^^^||(](], IV, 793,adis. 
trict in Syria; situation unknown. 

^AunenAn-nef(?)^gY|l^ 

^ , a sanctuary of Khnemu-Ra at I^topolis. 

Auna j^ ^^ ©, A.Z. 35, ,8, a town 
in the district of Hensu. 

Aunam' ^"^^^^i iv, 788, a dis- 

trict in Syria; situation unknown. 

Aunufr ^ ^ ^, IV, 789, a district 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Auntanai y\ ^AAA/v^ 1 (] "^ (](] Ci^^, 

Cyprus ; Assyrian mo/ Ya-at-na-na V t^]} 

^T *-^T "^^T. ^^^ At-na-na V ttl —^] —^\, 
Or. KvTT^o? . 

■^Ur ^^^^^' ^^^ ^°' "'*' ^ Sudani 
country; situation unknown. 

789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aurm' &; ^^ ^ , IV, 790, 793, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aurna ^ ^ , \ ' ^^' 793. a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Ausaas y^ ^ p o<=. "^ P © , p. 423, 

N. 1 2 1 o, the district of Anu sacred to the god- 
dess Ausclasit. 

Aushi ^□o(),^ii3n(JQ^,IV, 
799, a Sildani country ; situation unknown. 

Aushen ^^^^^^, IV, 801, a SQdan! 

country; situation unknown. I 

Aukam' ^ \ ^. iv, 793, a dis- ' 

trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Augertt f]^^^, the necropolis of 
Heliopolis; see Agertt fl ^ ****. 

Autir ^^]()(]'7^. IV, 790. a div 

trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Autrfta (1 ^"'^^^^^^"^(vv) 



'•^^ 



» IV, 785, a district in Syria; Heb. 
"':in"|N, Numb, xxi, 33, LXX 'Eipat^, Eusebius 

WffX 



V 5 V 
imu. 



Authu (1 ^ '"^ I (VVQ , Anastasi I, 21, i, 

(]ps=%[i£S^, L.D. III, 131, a district near 
Tyre ; Tall al-'Am4rnah ^tj\ '^ ^fj. 

■^^ c(0)3. Famine Stele 15 - Abu ? J ^ 

,V . Elephantine. 

Ab O © a name of Khemenu (Hermo- 
o Q^:^' polis). 

a Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Abaria(]|>^^^(]^c^.,.». 

3, 252, 40, the name of several places in Syria. 

Abarteth (] ^ ^ T'c^ * ^^' ^^' 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Abakhi i) ^ ^^ ® ()(] (^^. Rec »<>. 

118, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

AbaU (j ^ ^^ ] !j • I V« 790. a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Abua (1 J^^. IV, 805, a sadini 
country ; situation unknown. 

Abureth (j^ J^'^^D:£\>3, Rec ao, 

116, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
Abre (| J yi^ ' . the name of several 

districts in Syria; compare Heb. 73M, a 
meadow-like country. 

Abrannu fl ^ J ^ ^\*^^' 79», 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Abuatyra^^.y^i<^, 

B.M. 657, a country in the Northern SQdin. 



[ 956 ] 



Absau II J ^ if^ ci:^:^. Rec. 20, 114, 



cy^, 



IV, 806, a Sfidani coun- 
try ; situation unknown. 

Absaqaba, Absaqbu (j J <S::^ ^ a 

fWQ , Anastasi I, 27, 6, a district (?) in Syria. 

Absi (] J 5^ [1 (j(], IV, 803, a SQdini 
country ; situation unknown. 

Abskhen (1 ^ J ~*7 ^^^ \ , Nastasen 

Stele 53, a country in the Eastern or Southern 
Sftdan. 

Abshatna [j^JliM^J ^> IV, 

794, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

town near the modern Abft Simbel in Nubia ; 
Gr. 'Afiovf^Ki9, Ptolemy IV, 7, 16, Aboccis, 
Pliny VI, 29. 

Abt (jj-^^®. Rev. .3,37, y 

^ ^ Jour. As. 1908, 314, Abydos; see 
c^^ ' Abetch. 

B.D.G. 18, a quarter of 



Abti 



y: 



i\\ '^ ' Saut (Lycopolis). 

Abti () J ^ ]^ 2' B-D-G. 181, a sanc- 
tuary of Thoth in Khemenu (Hermopolis). 

Abthesa (1 J ^^ s=j P (1 , iv, 800, 

a Sfidani country ; situation unknown. 



Abtu "^ _, Abydos; see i w 



Abtu ic V\ ^^, a sanctuary of the 
Abtu fish (?) ; situation unknown. 

Ap,Api,Apu ()^/()d^©, !\d\ 
f,,(|°®.(lioV,ll°^,q-. 

■ i — < □ I ) 

© , ^ , Panopolis, the capital of the 

noma r (Panopolites) and the centre of the 
cult of Menu, or Khem, or Amsu ; perhaps 
another name for Khemenu 



-«aoD» r2i 



Copt. cijAxm, Arab, ^^.^\, Eth. ATi<^^: 



ji'^fj®.^j®-r^si-— 

the temple ol Atnen-Ra (Karnak) at Thebes, 
Ap-t ur-t h ° ^=* '^ , the sanctuary of 

I rri''^ — -* I— — 1 

the goddess Apit at Thebes. 

Aput nub (1 □ jj jj j] ^ nfiHi^, Nastasen 

Stele 14, the "golden temple" at Napata; see 
Diodorus III, 6. 

Ap-tshema (1° ^^v, ^3^, the 

southern Apt, i.e., the temple of Luxor. 

Apamai h 



AAAAAA 
^A/^AAA 



Rec. 33, 6, Apaniea (Assyr. >-t]] fjf 5^^ Ji:^ t]> 
B.M. S.P. I, 176), on the river Silhu; varr. 

n U AAAAAA (}»^ AAAAAA 

I AAAAAA ^S\ n '^^'^^'^ 

S(St=t' _^ D:^>^' 

Apaqa (j ^ ^^ zi'^c^^, Rec 20, 

118, probably one of the four cities called 
pSN, Josh, xix, 30, nf^O^., in Josh, xiii, 4, 
XV, 53, I Sam. xxix, i, i Kings xx, 26; Assyr. 

Apitcha () ^ ° i ^ c^. Rec. 20, 

116, a district in Syria; compare Heb. Y^^^, 
Josh, xix, 20. 

Apuqen (1 ^ □ '^ ^ , iv, 784, a 

1 ^ I fl AAAAAA 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Apthen h ^a^"^, h^o \^'^^^ c^^^, 

1 ^ 1 AAAAAA 1 cfLl LaAAAAaJ 

r\ \ AAAAAA 

IV, 784; var. [Id 1^ Q:£\£|, a district 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 

AptU n ^ _ ^ . Mission 1 3, 4, Abydos (?) 

Apptchu (1 ° '^%. IV, 798, a Sadani 
country ; situation unknown. 



[957 ] 



Afresh ()Y^.(1Y—^!^. 

a town in Egypt. 

Ci£^, a Saddnt country ; situation unknown. 

Afttit [1 ^ ll /If) "^ a town near Buhen 
H^^ OHH©' (WM! Halfah). 

Afth (j^^t^i^^. IV, 799; see (j*^. 

Am-t (j Ti=i, (1 T _^ , a part of the 
Nome Seshesht x. 



Nome S) -^ . 

m^ f] t\ ^ ^ a sanctuary of Osiris at 
©'Jl^l©' • Letopolis. 

Amam, Ammaau h ^ k ^\ f\./\/i, 
Aman (j^Q (]'^(\£VQ, Rec. 20, 116, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Am'r (] 



'|(H^^, \ 



e w 



^ p^^^^ Anastasi III, 8, 7; compare Heb. 

1 1 — '•ibw. 



Am'ur (1 

Rec. II, 67, (j 



■ V\ , the land of 

the Amorite; Tall aI-*Amarnah V y]f "^^»-yy<f. 

Am-Ut(?) (]^^^^^^'^l\^\a,IV, 788, 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



w 



\ IV, 789, 



Am'resk [] ^ ^^^*^ 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Am'rashak (] ^ ^"^ TiM ^^ ^ , 

20, 117, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Am'hur ()^^n]^<=>,iv,794, 

a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



, Rec. 



Am'shana \^t^^Ji]^ '^. w. 

(jgk d|i1i2 V' IV, 78 a, a district in Syria; 

situation unknown. 

Am'kau () ^^, y{',, IV. 793. a 

district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Am'U (] ^^](|ci^, Eg. Res. 71, 

120, a district. in Syria; compare Heb. TGH, 
2 Sam. viii, i. 

(1 r=z InT ^ ®, Rec. II, 146, B.D. 17, 90, 
1 Jfi*^ JT 9'. 93. Bute. 

SOddni country ; situation unknown. 

Amu aas -(I- s S '^ , * ^V" "^ 

U V I o ^' Letopolis. 

Amubes (?) /] ^ J H, iv, 803, a 

SAddni country ; situation unknown. 

necropolis of Thebes. 

Ampeh /«_SS) the 19th Nome of Lower 
• i^-^' Egypt. 

Ament il|] ©.Rev. 13.30; i|j^]^, 

Rev. II, 186 = ft . . 

Amen-t [J-^, "^j Libya- Mareotis, 

1 III 11 i|] n 

the 3rd Nome of Lower Egypt. 

Amen-t Anpu(?) \±L, u. 575, 

and N. 965, a district in Egypt or the Tuat. 

Amen heri ib (1 "^^ <& Jl 2 , * 

town near Abshek (AbQ Simbcl). 

Amen kheperu (1 *^^ f^ ^ ^ 

tj _ , B.D.G. 29, a sanctuary in the Nome 
Sept /\ J\^ (Arabia^ 

Amensekher If^ P ^ fN/v^ ,R nr. 

3, a cemetery at Thebes. 



[958] 



Amentehend^J 



•' Amen of the hill," the district of Tehen at 
Thebes. 






Amenu-t Khufu (p ^^^] (] 



>, B.D.G. 32, an estate of Khufu. 



Amentd (] ^ ^^^^^ |l (1 q£^, Rec 20, 

119, a country conquered by Rameses III. 

^ , (1 / C [I (1 , the temple of Osiris and 

cemetery of Memphis (Sakkdrah) ; (1 £n 



cm 



"*] ^ { the cemetery of Babylon 
* *r* \> I ' of Egypt. 

Ammekhas (1 /=z ^ ^d , iv, 803, 

a Sfldani country; situation unknown. 

Amkhent j^ p®' *^^ ^^'^^ Nome of 
Lower Egypt (Bubastites). 



Amestrek 



mM] 



fv-^^/1 , Rec. 



20, 115, a Sudani country; situation unknown. 

Amter (l|;v " '^, Crocodiiopoiis, 

1 .B'^<=z> \> 1 "ear Gebelen. 

Rec. .6, 75, 3., 16^. |. Igi- f] © s^. 

1873, i°5> Heliopolis, the capital of the Nome 
<>W>-^^(Heliopolites); Heb. pb^, Assyr. >-t]f 
1 K'SSE tyyjt ^, Copt. twn. 

An nut Tern ill 5 ® ^, 

111 © £:i I /= 

-^, Hermonthis. 



^jrzn 



An en Pteh rt ^ /vswvx 

09 ^ 



ft „ , Denderah. 

An en Nut | 

derah. 



CJ A I 111 A/W\AA 



o 



AwvvA ^^ © , Den- 



AnMenthlgS^.lg^l-^, 

"the An of Menthu," Hermonthis. 

Anmeh|gfg,|gi7^-. 

"An of the North," Heliopolis; Heb. ]*!«, 
Copt, oon ; |n "W' , a town near Tanis ; 

tn " P.S.B. 15, 444, Heliopolis and Her- 
® ci' monthis. 

AnShema |^-r. |gi;, | 

South," Hermonthis; Copt. epJULOnx, ep- 
JULeUT, the modern Armant. 



Anut 



, the towns of the Nome 



NeferAabti ^'^^ f (Heroopolites). 

An-t (1 /wwA QUID , a " valley " near Memphis, 

An-ti Q'^", Q 

1 /wvaaaQIIID 1 

/ AAAAAA UM] , I , M AAAAAA K-CC. lO, 

ici ^ 1<e<«\\iiniD 1^ WQimi' ' 

^33» m i l 



<S=ci [mi 

AA/VNAft 

AAAAAA imiD ' "1 i::^ Gnni 






, Gebelen, in Upper Egypt. 



, near 



An-t (1'^, the valley of ° 
Beni Hasan. 

An-t hesmen (1 ^^^ ? ^5, () <&< ^ 

I AAAAAA A AAAAAA I A 

r \ AAAAAA | " l "" | , M ' ' , n A^WAA f\y\/l 

000 < 000 ^ AAAAAA A ^ ° ° I i^ <^ 

Q r'^^^-"^ o , [ AAAAAA I AAAAAA ; (i) Q, TCgion to the 

west of Cairo, i.e., the "Natron Valley," Wadi 
l-Natrftn ; Arab. ^^uiaJJ^ ^J^j , the "Natron 
Mountain " of the Copts, WTOOt JULHI^O- 
ceXJL; (2) a district of Al-Kab. 

An-t hetch Nekhen (?) h ^^ f^/^/^ 

^ n <e=«i 0_^ ^ O capital of the 
^P©' ^r^n^CW]' Nome Ten (?) 

Ant Seneferu (TTHS^' '" 

estate of Seneferu. 

Antt tehen (1 '^^^ © ] § "T,- 

1 AAAAAA rO^-^ U A O III 

"crystal valley," a district near tJensu (Hera- 
kleopolis). 

^n ^^ B.D.G. 48, the Canopic 
n \> ' arm of the Nile. 



[ 959 ] 



Ana (j — ^ ^, IV, 802, a sodant 

country ; situation unknown. 

I 1 © ' ^ *°*" '" Upper Egypt. 

An&uben (j — ^ (] ^ J ^. iv, 790, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aniurepda h — h %^ "^^^^ j\ "^ , 

IV, 782, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Anaugasa (Angas) (] ^ S "^ 

IV, 665, 704, 716, a district in Syria; var. 

■'^"^ S f^/^ Alt-K. 595, Tall al-'Amarnah ; 

O -^' '' Assyr. V 7^ |]f< - ^. 

An&utena h a — h %\ '"^ ll '^ , i v, 

791, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Annasa 1 1 ^ ^ ^ \ Y^^^. R^c. 8, 

137, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Annaui (] ^^^ hL IV, 793, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Ani _^ (](] ^, Hh. i6r, Rec. lo, 140, 27, 
^ Q , IV, 1 121, Sen, Sni (AsnS). 

1 /VVA/NAA 1 1 1 1 1 

canal in the Nome of Sept [] ^v 



<e*i 






Anini (?) | ^^ ^^ iwj, Eg. Res. 
84, 140, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Annukherut 1)^'^^ ® ^%. 

(] ^'^^^^, IV, 283, a district in Syria; 
compare Heb. Jl"^n2b^., Josh. 19, 19. 

yyii ©' ^^'"P^"^' Q T' ^^^ eastern 
quarter of Memphis. 

I E : (i) a town near Pelusium ; (2) (] U 



fwi 



Uq. the capital of iilJi J (Heroonpolitef); 
Gr. Yffif^ou, Heb. "^IttJC?) 

.^^«Mrj«o,:(Tzi]f 

I I, a strong city in the Delu. 

Aneb hetch-t J^, "White wan.'* 
Gr. AtvKw Tfrxo*! the ist Nome of Lower Egypt 
(Memphites); Upl "^ J ^^'^, the eastern 

quarter of Memphis, jj^'^ Qt the "White- 
walled City" (Memphis). 

Aneb Sebek H 
Anbeth '^ ||s= 



a quarter of 
Memphis. 






, IV, 



797, a SOddni country; situation unknown. 

Anpu J^, ^S. the 17th Nome 
of Upper Egypt (Cynopolites). 

Anpu mer ankh >^:J^^ '^csl ■?• ©, 

B.D.G. 60, an estate of ( O I -cso- \J J. 

Anpu sankh i^a^ H •?• ©, B.D.G. 60, 
a town in the Nome Anpu. 

Anem fl **^^ ^ , ^ t®'^ '" the Thehan 
1 ^=1^ ^3 ' Nome. 

Anm'im'(?) 1 1 ^ (]() ^, ud. 3. 

156, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Anern'ri A ^ a/vws^ .^ ' A [v^vj, 

L.D. III, 252, 67, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Anmua(?) O'^'^"^'^, IV, 

797, a SOddnt country, situation unknown. 

[A]ner en Behu( [(]] 

the sandstone quarry of EdfO. 

Aner rut I) ^ J„ ^ ^ . " Sandstone 
Town," a name of the necropolis. 

Anruar [(jJ^fl'Y*©'^*™^^^ 

Stele 82, a town in the SQdin. 






c^^ 



[960] 



Anertha 



I I „ gf ' IV, 789, a 
district in Syria; situation unknown; Tall al- 
'Amirnah -tl'f ^i t^J {?. 

Anretbu | *^%^q^v5, iv, 690, the 

district of Ullaza (?) 

Ankenna (J ^a/wva ^ , iv, 797, a 

Sfldani country ; situation unknown. 

An ta neter-t ill %^ T 



.1 






o 



, Denderah. 



Antebt ^^ JllQ^^, IV, 805, aSCldani 



country ; situation unknown. 

Anttepus ^^^ "^ a % ^^> iv, 802, 

/VAAAAA "^ _ZI 

a SQdani country ; situation unknown. 

An Thar 






a district near 
Edm. 



Anthaqeb | I gf' ^ J> IV, 791, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Anthka A ' ^^^^'^[y\£), Rec. 20, 

116, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

I , Kubban Stele 30, B.D.G. 1320, a swampy 



district in the Nome ^^^ J , Natho ; Assyr. 

--yy .-ry t^y -y<y tyyyc:, Gr. Na^tz., ncoi/t. 



Antches f^ ^^^ 

mythological locality. 



, B.D. 15 (Litany), a 



I , IV, 788, a district 



A 



-Sask o 



Ara, Ala (1 

in Syria ; situation unknown 

Ara (Ala) (j ^ ^^^ 

a town on the Island of Meroe, ' Alwah ; Arab. 

Arit(Parit) ^^Tt'^^^IIT' 

11^ (1(1 : (i) a district in the Nome of 

Set ; (2) a district in the Nome Sma-Behut. 

Arara n ^ .a^si _2a»i 1 cy^£i, Gol. 

4, 3, a district ; situation unknown. 



a name of 



, IV. 



Arana (j |jk ^ 1 i? \ ^^^^' ^^' 

710, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 
Sekhem (Letopolis). 

Arpenkha [) ^ *^^^ ° 

793> ^ district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Ari sheps l\^ J\ \l^, Rec 27, 4, a 
town in Egypt. 

Aru h -<s>- % (vw}, T. 351, the name 
1 _Zi of a country. 

Aru [1 -<s>-%^ ®, ^- ^^'' ^^^ "^"^^ of 
1 Ji a town. 

Aru (l-<2>-^Ci£\£|, Rec. 23, 125, a name 

ofHebenuyg. 

^a s 
Aruna (read Auna) ^s>- ^^^^/vv | fv^yl J 

•<2>- -^^ \\ Q£^, Ionia and the lonians, 

Greeks, etc.; Heb. ]V, Ezek. xxvii, 13, Isa. 
Ixvi, 19, Q"'^'l''n 125., Joel iv. 6, Assyr. 

\- ^^y? :r:4 ^-^y y? y?, v ^^y? y]; ^y ^, 

Copt. oTeeienm, oYemm. 



Arapakha h 

Ml 



Rec. 20, 116, 



f^^^ 



[M^, 



, IV, 719; van 



j3p ^jii , Gr. 'AppaTraxi'ri-^' 

Arp-hesp (j<=.D^^, (|"^^, 

V^ J = 0= =^ , :^^ , a name of Sunnu (Aswan). 



I /WVSAA AAAA/VN 



Arapusnen (j^^Q^P rv^^ , 

Rec. 20, 117, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 



T^=T 



Arnaaa (?) ^2>-tv rv/\/-i , iv, 796, 

a SClddni country ; situation unknown. 

Arm'then h ^ 



126, a district in Syria, situation unknown. 



Arenna 



\ 









l^^r^ 



- 1 



V 



f^^^ J 



Treaty 26, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



[961 ] 



92, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Arnir(?) (j^'^"7T^'^^' ^^^'^ 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



II 



Arenth h 

.4. 15. (j I , 



Ml ^^^ Mar. Aby. 






A 



*, Annales 



/VAAA/NA I /VA/V>AA 



4,129, the Orontes ; Assyr. T]f J^f J? ^C|T -Hf- ^J. 



o i ©' «a 

— a name of Thebes. 



, " Eye of Ra " 

Arherr (?) () ^ *^ ' -^ C:^^, L-D. 

III, 252, 70, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 



Aras (] §^^^, IV. 790, (j ^ <=> 1 

I^l]t^£^, Rec 21, 98, (] ^^Y*"^ ^, 

Rec. 10, 209, (] ^ ^ I (^ I ] t^£^^, (] ^^, 

Rec. 32, 69, (1 gi ^_^ l^ I "j ^ , a district in 
Syria; Tall al-'Amarnah V I? -^T <T- ^T?. 

Arras Q ^ ^5 lA 1 ^^^^ Y Nastasen 

Stele 53, a country in the Eastern or Southern 
Sadin. 

IV, 793, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Arka (]^_afii ^J'|(^^^:a, Goi. 4, 8, a 

district ; situation unknown. 

Arkan I]^^^^. Rec. 20,116. 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Arkara (j ^ ^ ti^i^, *Rec. 

20, II 6, I] g*. , ^, Herusatef Stele 28, a 
city and country in the SOdin. 

Arkarka » < . j f^^^ , Mar. Aby. II, 2, 

a district ; situation unknown. 

^rgat (II) "S^ ^ ^. ^ district in 
Northern Syria; Tall al-'Amarnah -t.J\ 5« 



-cso. 

(2 (5 



A o A o , a district in the Nome Ka-Kam 
55^^ (Athribites). 

ArtAqana () ^ -=> 1 ] (] ^^ \1 "^^ 

Alt-K. 121; compare pHyN, Joshua xv, 50. 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

ArtUt (j^'Y^lo^tyvQ, IV, 687, a 

district in Syria; var. ()d?^*^'%jLJ Tall 
al-'Amarnah --yy <T--rT<T ttlT •!=TT«^T- 

Artnai(P)()^^]^|||);,Heru- 

satef Stele 157, a country in the SClddn. 

Artenu (1 ^ "^ ' o % o£^, l.d. hi, 
1 Hi £i II Jf 

131, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Arth, Artheth () ^ ^ ' 1 



1] , a country in the Sfidin. 



■. fV"V>1 



see 



D£^, Rec 20, 118; 



Artha (J^'^'T^^ 

Arthakna (1 ^'^^' ^^ <^. iv, 

1 ezj. I v^Sr wwiA _l3Cv» 

788, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
Arthu (1 ^ *^ ' %. Mar. Karn. 38, 

%>tv\a, (]^^*^^^(via, IV, 6«9, 

^fvyvn Gol. 4, 2, a district in Syria ; Tall al- 
l'^^' 'Amdmah V <THff<T II ^FC?) 

Arat (]^J^,'^1ti^.Arvad;Heb. 

THN, Tall al-' Amamah -t]} <TH[f<T ^T^ ,^H 

(other forms arc: ^tT\ <T--]ff<T ^-TT ^T. 

V <THff<T «=m«= Ti m^ V Ti OT ^T m* 

etc), (k. 'O/>0wataf Arab. jL.U ***« modern 
Ruwftd. 

3 ' 



[962] 



V 



c^^^, 



Aratana (] ^'^ 

Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 



Ahau(?) \ ra^^^/\, I) ra 

\ J^ \\ ■^^' ^^9^' ^ Sudani country ; 
^Jv> y* situation unknown. 

Ahat (?) ij ra ^ ] m cv£^^, iv, 805 

(Ram. Ill, (] ra'^^t^^), a SM^ni 
country ; situation unknown. 

^-1l>^'1l^^--> 

IV, 798, a Stidani country ; situation unknown. 



Ahautt l)!"^^^. IV, 806, a 

Sddini country ; situation unknown. 

"""^ Rec. 15, 68, a town 
W ^^ ' in Egypt. 

SftdS.ni coun- 
ituation unknown. 

Aklienn(]^§,R--^.^3.Leont.- 



Ahni(?) (jl 

Akhna Q ® (],Jv,8o2,a5 

1 A,A/vAAA 1 try ; situatu 



As 



'^-ipi;>i&p|'ip^^ 



K-1PP®-1PPS-1P^&cA=.>'---«- 

70, a town near Memphis (?) 

^«tii^;^.ft&i.(i&::i,- 

two Egypts — Upper and Lower. 

As en neteru neterit (j ft P '^ '^^^^ 

pj _ , a sanctuary i'h Heliopolis. 

As-t au ab jj "^ /^ "^ , Denderah. 

As-t au ab enti neteru nebu r| ^ 

^"' , Denderah. 
^, B.D.G. 15, a district near Nerutef 



As-t &ab-s He-t-Her ]| "^ f P 

1^5 "" ' 



fl ' Vk. /^^ . Denderah. 

iJl ' 1 ^SJM /RX » 



O 



As-t aah J^ '^ ^^, B.D.G. n, "Seat of 
the Moon," i.e., the capital ot the Oasis of 
Tchestchestt "^ "*^ '^ ^ or V V ^ "^ 
(Dakhlah). 

As-t ab n "v^ = Per-bar-as-t "^^ J "i^ 

W J <o 

<c=:> n /^ J a town in the Western Delta : Arab 
Balbes j^jui- 

As-t ab Ra O jlO f] , Palermo Stele, 

0^j)-0^, Ojj^J^,B.D.ai4,a 
sun-temple near Sakkarah, 

As-t dr menu en He-t-Her er 
sehetep neteru r^ 



■Oi- 0(50 



O 



, Denderah. 



As-t ar-t (?) Heru f| ^ ^^ ^ , 

" Seat of the Eye of Horus," t.e., a district in 
Sekhet-Hemam (Wadi an-Natrlin). 



As-t As-t emkhet ha-s 



i^ii' i^i 



i^^-i 



'^ 



ftAAAAA 

r?) 000 



Denderah. 

As-t aten em nub jj "^ [j 

a temple of Horus at Edfd. 

As-tuab rl'^ /t^.^," Holy place." 
AiC-Ji m. ^@ i.e., Philae. 

Ast Unep fl " ■^"^, fl " ^^. 

rlrrD,a nameof Edfd 

As-t ur-t en hem Heru-Aakhuti 



X ^ 


name of the shrine of Harmakhis. 






'Id"^^ ^ J O ^'^common 



As-t per Het-Her kher menu 



UZi 



Zii ftA.AA/w Denderah. 
O ^::>oeo ©' 



As-t per seshem en Het-Her urth 
nebt taui am j^^ ^^^ '^ 



CD 
', Denderah. 



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As-t pesAs ta jj^ ° 1 P fj ^®' 

J ^ Q ^ ^ ^ "''^"'c of Denderah, " bake- 
iim'^ltt©' house." 

A8.tpeshNebtij|^^3^^ 

'^ "place of the division of the two Horus 
® ' gods," i.e., Denderah. 

As-t in's menu ent Het-Her &ms 



ic^^di^o 



O 



As-t m' snef sa jj 

,^ , Denderah. 



C-2 



, Denderah. 



-y^ 



£i i"^^*^ 



As-t Menti rl ^ "^^^ i i » a place in 
the region of Mareotis. 



As-t mer ftb en Ra r] ' „ ^ , 

the sanctuary of Hathor at Denderah. 

As-t meskhen-t en Asi Al\^ ^ jl, 

J^An^^ni^l^ " birthplace of Isis "— 
11 nlll I -wwv^ il O (a\' a name of Denderah. 

As-t nefer-t ril^>fl^l^>a temple of 

Horus in Hensu (Herakleopolis). 

As-tnefer-t jj^;,jj^j^|, 

the temple of Hathor at Denderah. 

As-t nefer-t en neteru neterit 

temple of Denderah. 

As-t enth mut Heru n 

As-t en Ra j]3 ^ O '^, Edfd 
As-t ent Ra Heru-iakhuti jj © 

, Denderah. 

As-t en Hur(P) rl ^ — ^^^«.^\a 

1 



, the 



town near Sni (Asni). 

As-t enth hem-t nesu jj 

^ ® , "Seat of the Queen," i.e., Denderah. 



CD 



As-t ent 9et-9er nebt An jj 



i 



CD 



c 



, Denderah. 



As-t n sek tchet jj -(w ^^fci ^T^ ^ , 

Denderah. 

As-t en ta neterit em tchAm rl ^ 

AB.tneterulj^=nf^;.J-'n;. 

Edra. 
As-t neteru Jill;, j|*;,jj 



c:] 



HH"^^ a sanctuary of Amen-Ra in Pa khen 
III ' Ameni (Diospolis Parva). 

T[ ^, a temple of Ra m Denderah. 
>/ , a temple of Horus in EdfQ. 



^As.thijj°ra(l(lfe,jj^rn 

_ , "Place of joy," i.e., Denderah. 

Asut Hem jj"^ I ^^, "The Seats of 
Horus," i.e., Denderah. 

A8.thetjJ^Jof;,jj^|%'^j(, 

"Seat of Eternity": (i) Denderah; (2) fj 
|o|, a sanctuary in Bekha J^J (3) J] 
K G X , a common name for the tomb. 

As-t heq fj ^ T ^ ®' "Scat of the 
Governess," i.e., EdfO. 



CD 

Ck 

CD 



As-t khatbut em aq en netert ten 

\ (0) 






Denderah. 

As-t khnem iten jj cd "m n *^, 



EdfO. 



As-t sekhem ftnkh en neter jj 

3 p 2 



CD 



[ 964 ] 






As-t sekhenu en akhemu n cm M 

wwvA ^\ I , '« Place where divine 
images alight," t.e.y the Theban Necropolis. 

As-t sekhen en Heru aakhuti 



\U-2 
Edm. 



As-t sekhen en snatch ba r^ 

pgl^ p^^,Sni(Asna). 

As-t shatu menu en neb An am-s 

Denderah. 

As-t sha mehtt n 



CI] 



;ia<3^ 



°^ 



[t::] o o o [vvQ' 



the 



sandy region north of Lake Moeris. 

As-t sha shema rl ^ ^3 

tU cru o o o 

sandy region south of Lake Moeris. 
As-t Shu j| B J ® . Edffi. 

As-t shepset hent neterit jj 

I 
I 



the 



m I ^ , Denderah. 



ur3 



As-t sheta-t n 

As-t qen Heru em bah mut-f Ast 

n ^ ^ ^ V^ ("^"^ -^ n J , Denderah. 



J=SZ3 o the temple of 
^'XU3' Edf(i. 



O 



As-t Qerhit fl "^ ? ""^^ , a sanctuary 
in Thek ° ^ ^ (Pithom). 



As-t Tern rl ^ 
As-t Tem rl 



i.e., An (On, Helio- 
polis). 

l7i ^ = Per-Atem = 



Thek 



the Pithom of the Bible. 



As-t tekh fl ^ =0= ^ , " Seat of drunken- 
ness," i.e., Denderah. 

As-ttettet n "^ l^l'^t y,. a district (?) 
in the Fayyiim. 

Aa-t Thfi rl '^ ^^^ ^ sanctuary near 
AS-t Ane n^ ^^, j3^j^j^^j^ 

As-ttakaut jj^j^;,atownor 
village near Memphis. 



As-t Temt 



M 



en 



^"j^, the sanctuary of 
Osiris at Saut (LycopoUs, Asyflt). 

As-t tekh enth Heru-aakhuti rl "^ 

, "Seat of the drink (or 



.. i 



w^ 



CTD 



drunkenness) of Ra Harmakhis," i.e., Denderah. 

As-t tcheser rl "^=^ 

J ^ W^ f; Denderah. 

Asar 1] Q?i 5^ -S^ I 1 C::0^, Anastasi I, 
23, 6, Asher ; compare Heb. "^UJfe^ Josh, xvii, 7. 

in 



Asar Nemur (Merur) H^ 

the temple of Osiris-Mnevis. 

Asi (1 —rr M r^y\A , IV, 707, Mar. Aby. 

n, 2, (j -n- |](j , Rec. 32, 69, [j ^ (j(| (^y^4, 
Rec. 19, 18, Cyprus ; Gr. Kvirpo's. The form 

Canopus Stele (1. 9) is a corruption of /\ ^aaaaa k 

t\ ^^^v^AA r\ r\ 

t^ "^ (1(^ (^^^, Auntanai. 

■A-SiC?) (j^||yp(j(]c^^,Rec.20,II6, 
a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Asir () ^ [1 w ^^ "I l^^, Gol. 4, 5, 
Asher ; compare Heb. "^tlJt^ . 

Asur,Assur ()^^^-',()[]^^ 

'^[^^, IV, 668, 726, ()P^^*^==>» Mar. 
Karn. 38, Assyria; Assyr. V '-'-V ^I^> Heb. 
■^^U?«, Syr. i«i»,^, AthAr. 

Assur I] p ^^^'^T^'l ^, vvith ^ '^,- 

the Assyrian. 

Asb-t [1 n J "^ , " the throne " par excel- 
lence, a name of Edfu ; varr. (11 1^ , 

Aspau (j [1 ^ A ^ [tv£^^] ' IV' 798, 

n^jy^ Rec. 20, 114, a S(idani country ; 
' situation unknown, 

-23^ Mar. Aby. II, 2, 

1 ' '' Asher (?) 



Aser (?) 



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Aserhebu (j P^ J^, iv, 804. a 

Sfldani country ; situation unknown. 

As^iemu IJP^^^^©. a town 
near Tanis. 

Asqarna, Asqalna il P ^ ^ "^^ 

^ ] tv^v), () [1 /3 "^ ^ 1 (N^\£), Israel 

^ m ...<=., \ I t^' Ascalon; Heb. 
jn^^tpN, Tall al-'Amarnah -cff ^ -f ]^ i«ry 
KM- The modern 'Asqaldn. 

AstseS (]p^^, IV, 803, a SQdan! 

country ; situation unknown. 

Asthen h H ^, I^' ^02, a SOdinl coun- 
1 I rvvQ try ; situation unknown. 

Astt ()^p\\";f'";f'[](W)],Ashdod; 
Heb. TilttJN, Assyr. -tTf t yv fc;<y <ys^. 

-^Strs [j p g Iq] I © ' "^» '^3. a city in 
the Southern SCldAn. 

Ashamb ()^IfiI^=J.iv,79i, 

an Asiatic country ; situation unknown. 
Ashar(?) (JHil^;;;^®. Syria. 

Ashushkhen()i=so^c3a ® Joa 

ySczszi {\y>^, IV, 783, a district in Syria; 

_ZI *AAAAA 

situation unknown: var. ( w i v\ 
Alt-K. 153. 

Asher (]™r:j™t^3:,iv. 

n OSZD XXS^ n l~^^ ^^'^^ ^^>^ n OED 

1 ?^ ^© 1 _^i -wsAAA ^© 1 _2aa 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



J C? 



/l^a„ AOOI^I AQD AC5E 

(l^®.(lHai,S;.<heq-r.erof 
Thebes that contained the temple of Mut. 

Asher OS, ^-^-G- '*»*' * S'k' °^ 

1 3^=1 Bubastis. 

Ashseth (1^. (j^cw), IV, 800. 

.n SAdini country ; situation unknown. 

Aqa (1 ^^3^, C^f^-3, Rec 20, 116, a 



district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Aqar i) ^-d'^'y'. iv, 785. a dUtrict 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aqen h^ ^ (vvo, » '''strict near the 
1 ^ AAAAAA Second Cataract. 

Aqsu i] J p ^(vv), IV, 80s (Ram. Ill, 

^/i*^ ' f\/vn^ a SfidAnI country; situa- 
2ia^ooli^;, lion unknown. 

Aqtua()^e=.f].()^^^t^, 



J^^ 

m 



IV, 781, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Akaita l\^\^!\!\ 



Q£v>), Kubb&n 



Stele 9, Rec. 14, 97, a gold-producing district 

in Nubia. 

Akarkar fl^M-^U ^^1. 

N4stasen Stele 51, a country in the Sfld4n. 

AkarU [1 ^ U *^] L L.D. iii, 88a, 

'^ /] r 1 a country in Syria ; Tall al-'Amir- 

<=>H 1 1^ • nah \- ^ trr^ .Tr<r ^tt^. 

Akat (j ^ ^m(vvO, Mar. Aby. II, a, 
a district in Syria (?) 

Akath j] U*^, Annales IV, 130, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^ ^^^^ a district in Upper Egypt (Gebel 
^' '' Abmar?). 

Akes, Akses (?) h k=^ p ^ , rd. 149, 

a city in the 9th Aat. 

782, a district in Syria; Heb. PjtTJN O^sh. 

xi, i), Assyr. -tfT -0 -TT^ :::' " ' 

Akesh fl^^D^yj; see^^G^vfl; Heb. 
una, Assyr. V HJ < -^TT- 

Aktames h ^ '^^^ I P* ^^» 7»6, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

'^^^ , the necropolis of An (Hcliopolis); 



varr 



.(14.^.(1^ 






3 P 3 



[ 966 ] 



Agerbemren (] ^ J<=:=>^, Canopus 

Stele 25 = ^ y ^ ^3 _ , the Herakleum ; 

Atar (1 ^1 (1 "■®^, IV, 781, a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown. 

Atakar (j^]()^==^'^'7^. iv, 791, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



^".il^.i^^®.4-, 



, B.D. 



(Saite) 142, I, 20, the 9th Nome of Lower Egypt 
(Busirites). 

AtU (1 ^^"^DsC^, L.D. III, 209c, a dis- 
trict in Syria; situation unknown j (|o^_^ 

a canal in the Delta. 

Atur t\ ^^"^^^^^j IV, 791, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Atur 



,~~, (T) AAAAAA 



1 ( 

O (3 ) ( 



' , a town near Thebes. 



Aturaa h ^ , "great stream," /.<?., 

the canal of the 2nd Nome of Lower Egypt ; 

1 



-ww^ , the Canopic arm of the Nile ; 



varr. 



^;^"fi^Bi^^fiiS'fi 



ci (5 



W , West stream, the Canopic arm of the Nile. 

Atur ent Ta-tesher (?) (1 ^ ^ 



A>AAA/V\ 



a well at the ist station on 
the Kana-Kuser road. 

Atugenr (j ^ ^ "^ ^ ''^^, iv, 790, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Ateb (1 £ ©, B.D.G. 78, a town in the 

, a district in the 



Thebaid; (j 
Nome T| 



V AA/WVA _^^0[IIIID 

(ApoUinopolites). 



Atbana (j^]^^ \, iv, 791, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
AtefpehQ " -^,(l^_^;see 



^ £>\> 



; see 



^ £) 



Atef khent h 

Ateftit[l^](]();,B.D.G. 79,(1^ 

liAf1^!Z3I Mission 13, 3, a town in Northern 
(jt^tj^te' Nubia; Tasitia(?) 

Atmem(?) (1]^^> iv, 782, Alt- 

K. 178, a district in Syria; Heb. D'^TS'lt^ 
Josh. XV, 7, xviii, 17. 



Atnep [I ft Q£V£l, IV, 801, a Sadini 

country ; situation unknown. 

Atra ()^]"^Q^, ()]^, IV, 796, 

a Sfidani country ; situation unknown. 

Atershema (]^[4.|,---f 
Aterti shema ffl ffl -X-Q ^ , temple of 

Osiris at 4 S) ^. 

Atrem&^u [j ll *^^^ 2 ^ %> t^=^^ > N. 796, 

a Sfidini country ; situation unknown. 

Atrennu fl^l'^^'^, iv, 791, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Atrten (J |j (| , , (| , , . ' ^^' '^^' ^ 

district in Syria ; situation -unknown. 
163, I, a Nubian city(?) 

Atga (] 



country ; situation unknown, 

Attauma (J^|b)_^'^, iv, 792, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Athana Ugf^f ''^, IV, 791, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Athar (j ^^Jf' '^^^' ^^^" ^o^ "8, 

tj ^ ^Sf ' ^ , a district in Syria.- 

Athimaa ^^ P ^ ^' ^^v. 12, 86, 

Western Thebes j Copt< XHAJte. 



/SAAAAA 
AAAAAA 
A/VWAA 



, B.D. 



(vv], IV, 805, a Sddani 



[. 967 ] 



Athitaui 



IIIIIIIU 



=^: 



*^:m;: 



i =^ 



s^. 

M 



■as 



s 
is' 



=.. a fortified town on the Nile between 
Memphis and Mer-tem. 



'llllllllllll 

Atheniu Q^^'^QIl^t^^, iv, 806, a 
(listrict in the SCid^n. 

^ ' i "C o© town in hjjypi. 
Atah Ac^:^^^ \T]c^^ the 4th station on 
the Kana-Kus6r road. 

Atir(Atil) ()^2cnA^'L.d.iii.252. 

28, "^^""^ (1 "vv^ f\/\/i . a district in Syria; 

situation unknown ; Heb. ")1N Josh, xvi, 5. 

T - ' 



Attaqn^ (1 



w 



] D:£^, 



Alt-K. 204, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Aturm' (Atulm*) (] ^ ^ "^ 

.i^v^ "1 , a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Aturna I] ^"^I^]'^ 1 f^. 

Anastasi I, 22, 5, a district in Northern Syria; 
Heb. D''l"ilN 2 Chron. xi, 9. 



Atm&a ()^^l| 



252. 55. 



.^ 



fN/\^ , L.D. III, 



/ a district in Syria ; Heb. Qlt^ 

tv\£)' Josh, xix, 36. 



Atm',Atum' (l^^==^^tLj' i]^ 

^ \ rv^ , Edom; Heb. D*I1N, Cr. 
'IBovfitu'a, Assyr. .-^yf "^^ ^T •^^ 

Atr,Atraua (j^^t^^^'l)^'^ 

>Q fvxo , Mar. Aby. H, 2, a district in Syria (?) 

Atremam f] ^ ^ -> ^ t^. 

L.D. 3, 252, 19, Adoraim; Heb. ClIlN, 
2 Chron. xi, 9. 



B.D.G. 39, 1330, a swamp district b the jtb 
Nome in the I )elta ; Ndth "/-m^ \\ f^-^i 9 w 
= Natho. 

Atchai (l^|'^(|(]1ci^. Anastasi I, 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Atchana fj^^'^V^'^^' ^*^' 

20, 1 1 5, a di.strict in Syria ; situation unknown ; 
Heb. UN I Chron. vii, 34. 

Atchann4ui(?) (lii;^-^l 

district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Atchet (1 ^^ _ , a town in the Fayyflm. 

Atchtem (1 ^ ^"^pii^:a, Rec. 20, 115, 

a scribe's mistake for rm (1 ^^ ^^ , IV, 798. 



A Argsantres 



en 



c 



-asft s 



5E 



o 



" palace of Alexander," «>., Alexandria. 

A mehti — ° ''^^ ^ 



^ w I 
A en Uatchit Sessu 



, Lower Egypt 

':%\\i 

the country of Uatchit of Sessu. 

A[ui?]enHftp-t ^•^'^J^^q' 

the two doors of "the Nile town (Elephantine?) 

rv>un ^ Eg, Res. 81, 66, a district in Syria; situa- 
tion unknown. 

A&ru *-= (1 ^ 5 2 • B.D.G. 104, a temple 

of Osiris in He t-ta-ber-ab (.Vthnbis). 

Aai-t en Be^tnt ITn V^» ^**^- 
Aaina ""^^ Hll ^' ^» y*3. 785- « <*»- 

trici in Syria ; situation unknown ; compare 
Heb. ^V}?^ I Kings xv, 20. 

3 P 4 



[968] 



Aau, Au '^ , '^ (^^^ , IV, 800, 

a district in the S0d4n ; situation unknown. 

Aauah, Aauh ^ '^m , "^ \ 

f[] IV, 798, a Sudani country; situation un- 



(V^£)' 



known. 



Aauneh r? [-, i^/vi , Rec. 20, 114, a 

scribe's mistake for r? V\ HII , IV, 798. 

Aabsnebneb8|j|lf|^jp(|;, 

a town in the Nome Am Khent (Bubastites). 

Aam ^"^^ ^\ I fv"^ , a country of Western 
Asia, or Western Asia ; see the following : 



var. 



Aamtt 1 









f\/v>n 



, Western Asia ; 



Aa em ma heru 

\ ^ , name of the site of the 
III 



(3 I r 



-> 



temple of Rameses II at Abti Simbel. 

Aamqu *'='^'^ 



ja. 



'^, IV, 785, 



^ a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; 
rv^^ * compare Heb. pt^V. 



Aamthen . 






AA/W/Vv iTi 



•1 



I ^^ ' Ins. of Methen, a village in the 

/w\A'v\ ci t^ > ueita. 

Aa-t enti aap ^^, "temple 

£:i n iTi \\ 

of the Winged Disk," a name of Edf<i. 

Aarna <:=> "^ c^o^, L.D. iii, 252, 32, 

'""'^ "^ Qyv] IV, 650, a district in Syria; 
g>as ^ ' situation unknown. 



(j'^C^::^, Eg. Res. 



Aaretaa 

.s^ w 

83, no, a district in Syria; situation unknown; 
compare Heb. T^V Judges i, 16. 



Aaretaa Nebatbath 

and I IT, a district in Syria ; situation unknown 
Read a^^aaa J "J^ ^Of\/>un, Nebata. 



"^(^£^^, L.D. III, 252, no 



Aaretaat Rebath i ^ ,,^, 

fv^^/1 <^^ , L.D. Ill, 252, 108 and 109, 

a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Aak ^^ 



t^i:^], 



, IV, 783, 
fv^/1 , Accho or Ptolemais ; 



Heb. "iSy^ Tall al-'Amirnah >-tT^ >']t]^ 5^1*^!. 
Assyr. ^t]] >-)B I^ <- Phoen. "jy, Arab. 
^[Co Syr. QQi, Gr. "Aki;. 



Aagana 

Gebelen; var. 



s 



s 



, a town near 



AAAAAA 



Aataka '^^ ji (I ^m^s "^^ ^ f\/v/i , a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown ; compare Heb. 
'^HV. I Sam. XXX, 30. 

Aattmaa 



C^^^, L.D. III, 
252, 79, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Aat en sekhet (?) 



B.D.G. 136, the 2nd station on the Kana- 

Kuser road. 



Aatchaba 



B.D.G. 137, 
Mendes. 



Aaa ^^ Pu^vn , Rec. 20, ii4,aSQdani 

country ; situation unknown: 

Aai (?) 2^(](] O . ^^•^•^- ^°4, a t™ m 
Akhakhui (?) rzS V| ^, B.D.G. 132, 

a town on the site of Sarariyah. 



Aina 



w 



\AAA/V\ 

"^ [vL], perhaps the dis- 



trict of Moses' Wells; compare Heb. Y^^^ 



^A^AAA /SA/VWS 



AinmiC?) Vll « « 1^' 

Anastasi I, 27, 6, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

AunU-ab ^^ ^ "^'' ^ town in the 

^AAAAA V_ V^ 

Nome of Sep ^3^ . 

Auhur — 0^ ra ^ f^, IV, 798, a 

district in Syria; situation unknown. 



[ 069 ] 



IV, 785, a district in Syria; compare Heb. 

Ah \-7 H i '^ B.D.G. 105, a town in 
^JT®' Egypt. 

Abui neteru _. J f, >^ ^J], 

Apu \^ ^ , a town near Thebes. 

Apur I P^/VQ , Harris 500, a dis- 

trict ; situation unknown ; compare Heb. "^DIJ^. 

Aper D ^ Jf » a sanctuary of Osiris. 

(i) a district of Memphis; (2) a town in the 
Delta. 

90, a town in the fuat. 

254; compare Heb. 7t^ "^CJ?. 



Aper ur 



'"^=f, IV, 783 "Great 



An »^^^0, o "^^ B.D.G. 117, -., 



C3S^ 

^^^r , the capital of the Nome 
pohtes). 

Anu 



(Heroo- 



Piankhi Stele 3, A.Z, 1900, 130, districts in the 
3rd, 8th and xsth Nomes of lyower Egypt ; Tarr. 



o w 



An 



O 



the quarries of X<ir*^» oppo- 
site Memphis. 



An ^^ , -^^^^S. IV, 785,adi8- 

trict in Syria; compare Heb. V^^, 

Anu n ^^AAAA v^ , Rec 

20, 115, a foreign country; Mtu.iuon unknown. 

Anep g^O, P. 499. f^. ^^' 

Rec. 27, 87,^^ r — •i^^iT'"^ , Hymn Darius 



27, 



a " ' D ® 

"" ^ , Thmuis in the Delta. 

1 A^A/</tA -*1 



Aper " — a district in Syria. 

Aper sher "^^"^j iv, 783, 

*' Little Aper " — a district in Syria. 

u_^?7^, in the SOddn. 1 

Amau *-^'^ f\/\o , Rec. 32, 66, -^ I 

tk ^ -^n^ Rec. 19, 19, a Sftd^nl country whence 
_y 1 — ^' came gold. 

Amamu -i},'^^^1iw,,Rec 

3. ^. -I^i''^^. !^' Sphinx 4, -., 
■'"^ V\ f^>^^ , a country in the Sftdin; ""^^ 

f\/vo , the people of the same. 

Amu 



Annagar ^^ \S^(^Aa. ^8- R~- 

70, no, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Annemgar, Annagar ^ 

AAAA^VA AMVSAA jy^ 






m 



rN/vQ 



An her '^f^^^ ^ ^, Denderah. 

AnVh ^ ^ "The City of Life," U, 
AUKn ^ ^, Thebes. 

Ankhtt ■¥• O Q^^, -rO^^, ""Land 
of Life," a name of the Necrojxjlis. 

Ankhiu Khufu f Q ^ -^ ^ ] 



^C^^^, IV, 329, a dis- 
trict in the land of Punt. 



An ^^ , the Nome Heroopolites (the 
Arabian Nome) in the Eastern Delta. 



"^"^ ■?" ® » ^•^•^'- *'5» ^" estate of Rhufu. 

Ankhshet-^- ^ ™,B.D.G. i27.the 
name of an estate of Khdfri (^Qj^^J. 

and of Shepseskaf ( J^ P P j^ T 

Ankh taui ^^. f 30. f ^ 

Two Lands," i.f., a district of Memphis. 



[ 970 ] 



Ankh taui 
Anshau ^^^ 



D£^, 



the name of a 
necropolis. 






Anqenamu (?) 



IV, 781, a people or country of Northern Syria, 

■fl yl AAAft/V\ 

A JLJ T\T O ^ 

A ^A^AAA AAWVA IV, 7""! 

!• <~ ' AAAAAA 

a district in Syria ; compare Heb. Di^3)T|i^ for 
DV::pvjV (Alt-K. 273). 

Ant«i,Antchui(?)Jl.,^^^;, 

B.D.G. 122, a district in the 4th Nome of Lower 



Egypt (Prosopites), 






© 



IT u 



; see 



NN AAAAAA * y ^A/^AAA y y 

A.Z. 47, 50; I ftAAAAA ©, I I /VWW, II 

^ >ft AAAAAA I I AAA/WA I I 

11^^, B.D.G. 133, the canal of the district; 

Jl ^, 11 "^N 5^' ^^"'- ^^^- 425, Rec. 
33, 123, Gebelen in Upper Egypt. 

_ y y /VAAAAA 

Aiitennu(?) ||qV©,b.d. 169, 22, 

a mythological locality (?) 

Antoh ^^ ^ , a town in Egypt; 

AAAAAA \ W 

°°^=^= If 5^; °'^'^^^ = 

-J AAAAAA " « 

1^ x;^^ Bj)_ 12^ (Neg. Confession). 
Antch "^ — 



i — I 







u 



(i) a district in the 2nd Nome of Lower Egypt ; 
(2) a canal in Mendes. 

Antchem °°^ f\ c^o^, iv, 802, 

a Sfld&ni country ; situation unknown. 

Antchemet '^ "^ ^^^, "" '^ ^ 

Ix'^^fvrvyi ^^' 79^' ^ Sudani country; situa- 
_^^ I ' tion unknown. 

Antchtta — ° '^ l (1 , T. 146, ° 



rtt t tr 



Arit — 

Beni Hasan. 

Arutcha 



, a town near 



© 



3^Ei, a canal in the Nome Theb-neter (Seben- 
nytus). 



Arm', Armi 



(j^.A-Z. 1899, 



73, 49, 78, ^^1 ^^[\£^' ^^' '58. Arma 

(Alma), Arm'tt (Alm'tt), Elam ; Heb. aS"^V 
•kA > — y 



Babyl. V :»:? i::Tr ^<^- 



Arqatu 



1 



rv-^VQ , IV, 729, a dis- 



trict in Syria ; Tall al-'Amarnah >-^yy ;^ .i^y 

Arq heh 

111 — 



III 



a name 



o 

of the tomb of Osiris at Abydos. 

Arka °^fe^^,^-^-^- i3', a town in 

_2^^>^©' Egypt. 

~ m I 



Arti Heru 



w 



??? 



? ^ 



??? 



^^' <?(^^^^^^m- (0 a part of the 



town of jj S^ ; (2) the capital of the Nome Men. 

Ahau 7^ A' IV' 798,-f^<rfitw), 

Rec. 22, 114, a SClddnl country; situation un- 
known. 

Siidani country ; situation unknown. 

^Qr\ a name of the tomb 
c^ cm'- of an Apis bull. 

sanctuary of Amen-Ra in the Nome Sapi shema. 



Ahuur 

dani count 

Ah aakhu 
Ah-tur-t 



Aha 



a quarter of the town of 
Hensu (Herakleopolis). 



Akh, Akhui (?) 



'W^ 



B.D.G. 133, a town near Per Matchet (Oxy- 
rhynchus). 

IV, 782, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown; compare Heb. D'i'^rHiJi^. 



Aqett 



^'^ a country which pro- 
Q/^£l' duced turquoises. 

_ _ r~T A /^N/s^AA n 

Aqen, Aken, Agen-t ^A,wv^, ^i:^ 



-i 1. AAAAAA 



' ffi i=r' ZS 3= 



Q W , a canal 



in Mendes. 



[971] 



Aqna-t ~ 



, Herusatef Stele 93, 



a city in the SftdSn ; Gr. 'Aic/i'7(?); see Pliny 
VI, 184. 

Heb. 3 y^ Tall al-'AmArnah -clf ►Itfr t^ft"! , 
Gr. "Ak,/, Arab. Jj^x, Syr- Q^^- 

Akatem (?) — ° U ^, a town in 

^ ^ I I © • Egypt. 

Aken^^^.Rec. 10, 140- c:]*'^^ £55. 
Aken, Agen 



^ ., f«%> B.D.G. 135, a town near Asnl 
Akna ^^^"^ ) (yj\n , Anastasi I, 21, 4; 



see Aka "" ^ fvxn 



Aksapu ~° '6' "l f^^^ , Anastasi I, 21, 
4, a district in Syria ; compare Heb. PjtTpb^ (>) 

Akesh ^ ^ [©], B.D. 14a, 4, 9. a 

town famous for the cult of Osiris, 
a town near the modern Mata'anah. 



Atchahuth 



f^/v^ 



, Eg. 



Res. 82, 85, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 



laabar (laabal) (j^ ^ "^ ^ %i 
,Rec.2o,xx8;see(](]-^J(]^^. 



laan 



[III] 



1 



^ I C^£^, Anastasi I, 



22, I, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Ifiqeb&ar, laqeb&al hh " J] (1 "^ 

a district in Syria ; compare Heb. 7S 2p^^ , 

708 (If) >D (^^ ^^^- ^°' ' ''*' ^ ^^^^"' ^°""" 
'^ ' SS ( ' try; situation unknown. 



lb (](j ^^^ >>. Elephantine; Heb. pftpjmu 

-^ , Elephantine. 

lum* (](] ^ ^ j=i, the sea, a Urge 
lake, applied to Lake Moeris ; Heb. Q^ Copt. 

whence the Arabic Al-FayyOm ^j^\ . 

foreign city ; situation unknown. 

lunn' W^^^, IV, 793; see Urm, 
lurehum' (1(1 %^ -^ [y\a, l.d. 

3,252, 112, (j(j^<^=>|^(vv), Eg. Res. 
85* 139* a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

lurten (j() ^ ^ ^. Ait-K. ,31. the 

Jordan district ; Heb. |T1^. 

lurtcha (l(1^.2asl'^t^^\^,Eg.Re«. 

84, 133, a district in Syria ; varr. M 1^^» 

IV, 783. (|() <^> J^CW). (j() *^7^i"^t^^. 
IV, 783, Tall al-'AmSrnah --fy ^J- jy ]\ <Jg[. 

Iuhamam()(]^f-^^|^<w,, 

Eg. Res. 78, 35, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 

3, 252, 29, a country or district; site unknown. 
Its name means neither " kingdom of Judah," 
nor " hand of the king." 

lb (](] "^ ©, Rev. II, 130, 153, la, 53; 
see Abu T U \^ f^>^*^ , Hebrew papyrus y . 

IbrtUmu, IblSamu (jl] J ^ ~ 

"ZX^ I V» 783* a district in Syria ; compare Heb. 

Ipu i\l\a\> (](]d^(v^. IV, 783, 

•(](] ° "jtyva, Anastasi I, 25, 2, Joppa; Tall 



[972] 



al-'Amarnah >-t]] ttl\ ^'-. Heb. iS'', Gr 
'lomn], Arab, lib, Syr. (.ajSQj. 

Im' ent Hau-nebu 



f^®i 



AA/VSAA Ci 



Ci^:^ B.D.G. i8o, the 
III' Ionian Sea. 



Im en seqet-t (j (1 T 

Red Sea. 

Imh ()(] f I ^ , a town in Egypt 

Inaaua (j(] "^ %5^ ^rzS, 

near Memphis. 

Inuamu 



7^ 



, the 



a town 



I 7T 



i''^' — ^ /vAAA^A f^>^^ , Rec. 20, 1 1 8, 

0(C) AjWVAA ' ' ' 



■^ ??????' ^^^ 74i 665, 744, 






^ AAAAAA 

0/VAAAAA 
ftAA/VV\ 



r::^' 



I Q^2i^, Israel 



Stele 27, a district in Syria; Tall al-'Amarnah 

-^TT ^yy "7^ >^ 7-1 

Intohath (]i]^^^|^^,Rec..o, 

^/^AA/^A 

I I I ttia 



11 II I Ji _M^Cy^^ 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Irut(Ilut) l)!]-^-^.!]!]"^-^. 

IV, 785, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Irep 



D 



Q>^, Rec. 20, 117, a district 



in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Irtuna 



tasi I, 23, I, Jordan; read 



W 



I e 



AA/VAAA 
AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



s ; Heb. p")^ 

Irtcha [j[j -^-i^, IV, ,83, 

I Ci^, IV, 783, (j(] "^1 ^0:^] , IV, 648, 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
Ih (](]''-' ^, a suburb of Memphis. 

Iha M j^ "^(v^}^, Rec. 20, 118, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Ihm' (Ihem), Ihemm' (1(1 | ^ 

IV, 649, a district in'Syria; situation unknown. 



Isanti (j(j [^ ^ |(j tH^a,Rec2o, 115, 

a district in Syria ; Heb. nit2?1, 2 Chron. xiii, 19. 

Ikama flO-^z:^'^ -> "^ [ia - ^ ^^s- 



trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Igati()()ffi^=^(l(j^^,A„as. 

tasi I, 17, 8, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



UatU Hem ^^ [^ ^], Anastasi I, 
27, 2, a fortress in the Eastern Delta. 

Uad %^'^ (1 ^^^^, IV, 804, a SMini 
country ; situation unknown. 

Uaapekau fj —ii^ (j ^ ^ (De- 

motic), the district of the Gap at Abydos. 

Uainn ^j(](j(S^ ^^ ^^ (Demotic), 
Ionia, Greece, Greek. 

vince of Northern Nubia ; |\) '^~^^ Jp ) ^^. 

Uaua[h] ^ ^^c^^^^, Rec.20, 114, 

a scribe's mistake for Rutuahu "^ >?\ _ ^ 
Ic^^^], IV, 798. 

101, the 19th Nome of Lower Egypt (Oxy- 
rhynchites). 

Uaf jp) g>>,i ^ town near Memphis. 

UanreS X | ^S\ aaaaa^ — *— r^/\y) , Famine 
I _ce^ I I I ^ £=> 

Stele, a Sudani country whence came silver. 

Uarshai ^ "^-^^ Ml (1(1 T^^^ u. 






:58,f]^jXi.Rec. 22, i37,Orchoe. ^ 



[978] 



<=> , IV, 68s, a district 



(qI ^ A.Z. 51, 71, Oasis, 
^®' Khari;ah(?) 



.£;& 



Uarth ^ 

in Syria ; situation unknown 

Uahi ^ ra I] 
UahthuarkA....fj^^f] 

(I ^H, Alt-K. 318, a district or town in Syria. 

Uah(?) ^?. O 1 , ^1"", ^ 

Oasis par excellence, i.e., Khargah ; Copt. 
Oti^^e, Arab. J^, l^\y 

Uah-t *^ _ , near Ta aa-t ent Nenu 

^ 'wvwA J an oasis not identified. 

3 the country of the Oasis ; 

/\ X '^^^^' Copt. OTA-^^e. 

Uah48t(?)|f|^V"34.a^.ow„ 



Uah 



Uah-t meh 



I o I o^> _Zl £i C^ 

^"^ ^ Northern Oasis, Oasis Parva, i.e., 
^\, id' Bahariyah. 

Uat^-tres PJ^i^.^^cl. 

i^ 5) Southern Oasis, Oasis Magna, i.e., 
I ^' Khargah. 

O "^ ® , -^ © "^ g , the Oasis of Khargah. 

„ i,P.702, I .'f ^ , the 4th Nome 
L of Upper Egypt (Diospolites). 



the capital of the 4th Nome of Upper Egypt. 

Uas-Meh If S 1 ^ . Thebes of the North, 
i.e., Thebes in Lower Egypt (Diospolis Parva). 

Uas Shema If S ^ . Thebes of the 

South, i.e., Thebes in Upper Egypt (Diospolis 
Magna). 

IJash baiu >p\ rm 



\ a town m 

' Egypt. 

IJae S) ^ * station on the KanA-KusSr 
* ( ro\A ' road. 

Uaten ^p^ ( [®J Sphinx 14, 158, 

a town in the Delta. 



the loth Nome of Upper Egypt (Aphrodito- 
polites) ; for the reading see Rcc. 35, i. 

Uatch.tJ|).|2:|0.|^..4Jjf. 

the loth Nome of Upper Egypt (Aphrodito- 
on both sides of the river; I 1 '^ ' ' ' ' 



, Rec. 35, 12, the eastern part of the city. 

Uatoh ur ^i-^^, ^^. 

^^ a canal in the 6th Nome 
3^3 ' of Upper Egypt. 

Uatch ur -4^ ^^, n^ ^^ (] 



^=» 






<^^a|. 



I TO T=T, Rec 27, 190, the "Great Green 

Water," i.e., the Mediterranean Sea ; compare 
Eth. n^^ : Onj? : Brit. Mus. 660, Or. 35, 2, 18. 

Uatch ur4 aa Mehu '4\^f|^ 

"^ *-= o<=^ I ^ ^' ^^^ "^^"^ ^'^^^ ^'^^ 
Water of the North Land," i.e., the Mediter- 
ranean Sea. 



Uatch ur Hau nebtiu "^ ^^ 

Y^ ^^ . A.Z. 1900, 130, the Ionian Sea. 
Uatch Mer To<::r>, a town in Egypt 

Uatches T H ^ , the town of Buta 

Uitatchtim ^(15':\ll|^. IV. 

805, a district in the SQdln ; situation unknown. 



[ 974 ] 






Silsilah. 



I ^ / 



■\^ AAAftAA ^-v|0 

f/^O, i^ AA/\AAA» 

i/ /3H AAAA/V\ I AAAA/VA 






the shrine of Horus of 
Edfd. 



Uabu 



r^^^ , 



a district in the Sildan ; 
situation unknown. 



Uab aSUt /^ r| jj jj /\ , the pyramid of 
Userkaf^^jfTu']. 



IV, 891, a country of 
Jyria." 

Rev. 



Northern Syria; 

II © ' 



Uan v\'^^ f\/v^ , 
Uani(?)^^q(jf 

14, 18, a town in Egypt (?) 

^ ^ , a name of Kher-ahau ili Q^ 

(2 ^^ 



(Babylon of Egypt) ; the two parts of the city 



were 



°^ 



S ^ o 



Uar "^^^^ (%£5^, ^ ^^^ t^£^, a dis- 
trict in Lower Egypt. 

a name of the Nile and of certain canals 
leading into Uar. 

^, B.D.G. 



i. 



Uarkhata (?) \ "^ 

loii, a town in Egypt. 

UiS ^ il [| 1 1 1 , Rec. 6, 8, a town in Egypt. 



Uu Benu ^ h 



a district in the Nome (j||] tk (Tanites). 

Ubeh (?) ^ J f p]. IV, 800, a Sddani 
country ; situation unknown. 

ITpneterui l]]f ^, V H ©- - 

quarter of the town of Mendes. 

UpS(?) ^ ^ Nasta^^n Stele 45,^ a 
■^ ^ ' I, ^ I country m the Sudan. 



(3 



D ZlCT] 



fl ©, B.M. 448, ^ ' I ° '^'"'^^, the district 
S' ^^'nli (En© 

of the Gap, the name of a large " gap " in the 

mountains behind Abydos. 



U Peqr W^^ ^, Ikhemefert 20; see 
^°©;varr.^3X^®,^;°^. 

UuPega^^^^^^;-^^^ 






D 



variant of the pre- 
ceding. 



Upta (?) \/, L.D. III, i6a, in ^^ 

« ... ' nnni I 

\J , Tu en Up ta " Mountain of the Crown of 

the earth," i.e.^ a district to the south of Egypt. 

Up tesh \/iz^, B.D.G. 22, the en- 
trance to the Fayy^im. 



Umess \\^=n| Iq>:\^, Rec. 20, 114; 

see Amessu "^ ^ ft] ^ [C^^], IV, 798. 

^^ IX^'^r. ^^-^C.. ^. the 15th 

Nome of Upper Egypt (Hermopolites). 

TTn -^^ (Fx x>T\ , -^sii a city of the 
- '^ ' \2i © 1 2th A?«^ 

, the ''City of hours "(?) 
, IV, 789, a district in 



c^ j\ ' "'^ ©' i2th Aat. 

Unn ^^^ % 



Unai ^ 

Syria ; situation unknown 



Unas-t ^^ 



o 



, a town ; site unknown. 

Uu en ankh (^ %^ n av^ '¥' 2 [® ]. 

name of a part of Sni (Asna). 

UnuMeh^f, ^°^,atow„ 

near the modern Damanhlir — Hermopolis Parva. 

Unu Shema ^^, U. 311, ^ 
% © , T. 259, ^- O ^ © , Rec. 31, 169, 

^-§ S,^0%^©.B.D.28,5,^^©, 

Unu, the capital of the 15th Nome of Upper 
Egypt, Hermopolis ; also called Unu of the 

South, ^^3^. 



Uu en uab x 

a district in Egypt. 



^Ki-~rl 



Unun&t(?) &-^-\a., "ame 



/WNAAA 

of a 
ace (?) 



[976 ] 






o, 



\>\> 



B.D.G. 149-/^ J®,Edfa. 
U en nesu Taui ^^/vw^l 

a district near Memphis. 

UuenKanefer ^^"-^J-, 

t^t^ >> ^"^^ T ^ Piankhi Stele, a town near 
JlJl I ?Q I -^ ' Bubastis. 

a lake or canal near Tanis. 

Unkh /wv~>A , a town in the Nome Tekh. 



Unes ^- n ©, ^- n ^, ^^" 

B.D. 125, 11,-^- 

Unes ^^ T=T . 

canal in Upper Egypt, 

*\ AA/W 

Unshek Vv> oii3f\/vi , Bubastis 34 a, a 



Hermopolis of Upper 
Egypt. 



/VSAAAA C3^ Egypt- 



:' O (2 



district in the SCidin. 

Un ta uat em nefer-t Men- 

(pt^ ^' , IV, 814, Rec 13, 203, name of 

the canal made by Thothmes 111 in the First 
Cataract. 

Unth V^ I Q£\£|, B.D. i25,Neg. Con. 



(var. v\ AAAAAA Q:£H)), a district in Egypt (?) 

Uu en Thar 

district in the Eastern Delta. 

Ur-t ^, ^ "", ^^1=1, B.D.G. 154, 
a canal near Edffi. 

Ur -^^^ '^^^ , the Labyrinth. 

Ur ^^ ^ , Rec. 2, H2,a Theban ceme- 

tery = =^??=' ^^ f^/^/^ . 

Ur dab-t Menkheperrft fo^^ 

^ I Annales 3, no, a temple of 
j>-_ ' Thothmes III. 



Ur Amakh "^a^ 1] ^ • ^ ©. »« 
estate of Assa. 

Ur manu ^^ jl © , an esuic of Khuf u. 

Ur Khftfrft ( Q »^^] |'^^ A» 

the pyramid of Khifri. 

Urkau ^UUUO. *" "^^^ 
Ur ka Sahurft (g ttt^ \\ ^* ^ . 

an estate of SahurS. 

Uri,Drit ^I1(|".;^(1(1S.B-D- 

125, Neg. Con., a town in Egypt. 

Urit ^^^ (1 Q ^ . a canal or lake at Tanis. 



URu(?)^;^^-<^,^, 



:sfc=» 



^^ 



.2a& 

> i 
Rec. 20, 116, 1 18, a district in Syria ; situa- 
tion unknown. 

Urm' \\^*^^^' ^V» 793. a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

TTi»A tk .-. A ^ '^ev. 12, 62, Oasis; Copt. 

^^^^ III J S- ^ §S- "" '"'"•' 

land of the Nome w (Busirites). 

Uhemkheper f J^|, f^^. 

Denderah. 

Uh-t t^ 8 ^ ^^^ ^^76, a country con- 
• Jr X cyv]' quered by Thothmes III. 



Uhat v\ 8 ^^ , the name of a coun 

try, the region of the Oases (?) 

Utlft ta g g . Rec. 27, 191, <<=P^ ^ . 

(^j^ ' , a suburb of Heliopolis. 

Uhut ^So'^'j^.StoLTaf. 31, a dis- 
trict ; situation unknown. 



Uu 9eru 



e K I 



• ^^ 



\> ^ "estate of Horus," a name of 
:;^ ' several districts in Egypt. 



Uu9eru.maati(?) |^^ 



/ '^ 



o o 



m^ ^ a district in the Nome of 
'U ©• Thes-Heru. 

Us ^ p ^, A.Z. 1877, 146-^ 5. Thebes. 



[976] 



Uspenpet ^0^5^ n ° '^' ^"^^*^^- 



User 
User 






, Unu (Hermopolis Magna). 



^ QCD 



(Demotic), Thebes. 



User 1^, Edfu. 



a mountain in 
Northern Syria. 



User hat 1^, B.D.G. 165, the house 
of the sacred boat Amen-user-hati [1 ] I 

at Thebes. 



,^ II 

User Kheper Ra i H L=Z1 

Sphinx 14, 163, a town in Egypt (?) 
15, 88, a town in the Oasis of Khargah. 

Usekh-tMaati|3Sp-p:P||, 

the temple of Osiris at Athribis. 

Usesh sekhef res, etc. %^ fl izso T^ 



O 
, Rec. 



\> 



•^ O "^ , Denderah. 



Us(?)seshmi^ 



rvn 



', Rec. 



II, 129, a town in Egypt. 

Ustt (9 n^^, (S ^ , % M ^/T' ^ portion 
of the 14th Nome of Upper Egypt, 

Ukemtt %^=^ ^k fwi' F^"^^^^ ^^^^^' 

a Sddani country whence came mother of 
emerald, I o . 



AAAA/VN 
/SAAAAA 
AA/VAAA 



B.D.G. 173, a canal in the 
Delta. 



Uga 



^ 



,B.D.G. i72 = -^^';;r«, q.v. 






in the 7th Nome of Upper Egypt. 

Utau, Uthau ^] (] ^D:^^^, ^s=» 

n "^ IV, 797, a district in the Sfldan ; situation 
4 j[ ' unknown. 



Utuithetch |(](| 






, B.D.G. 175, 



a frontier station of the 2nd Nome of Upper 
Eg>'pt. 



£=>, V\^AAAAA[\/^/]^ 



Utent, Uthent "^ 

IV, 798, V^A^ "I c-2^, B.D. 64, 19, a SCldani 
country; situation unknown; varr. ^TTTte. , 



Utennutt %"C 

try ; situation unknown. 






, a SOdini coun- 
, a Siid^ni country ; var. 



I I I 



, IV, 617, a 



Uthentiu %^' 

Siidani people. 

Nome of Upper Egypt (ApoUinopolites). 



5.\\\J5; 



i2i /Ci 



Uthes hehtt 






f\/>^ * 



the Necropolis of Abydos. 



7\?r I 



I ci ci 



f\/>^ 



utent % ^^Q^vT), IV, 803, %^^^^^ Q 

, a Sfidini country ; situation unknown. 



a name of Egypt as the coun- 
try of the Eye of Ra. 



ci, IV, 1027, a dis- 



Utcha ^ 
Utcharit 

trict in the Delta. 

Utcha tchatchau(?) X ® ©, a 

town in the Fayyiim. 

Uu tcheser sesheta ^ ^^^=^ J^ , 

a district near Bubastis. 

Ba (^^ /\ , the pyramid tomb of Nefer- 
arikara [ O ^ -<2>- U | • 

Baill '^S^ /\ , the pyramid tomb of Ati 

■Ro + W "^ Q the 3rd station on the 
Ua-t J ''^ ^, Kana-Kusgr road. 



[ 977 ] 



Ba-ti 11 ^ ® A-Z- 46. 69, the Two Lands 
J^O* (Egypt). 

BanebTet(Tchet) VTBll??- 

^^^SS^*^' B.D.G. 185, or Per Ba neb 
Tet, the capital of the Nome Hat mebit ''^ "^T, 
Mendes; Assyr. --fy ^f- ^E:^ <y4f ^^. 

Ba-tet "^-S'^©,Rec II, 161, Mendes. 

Baia J^lj^t^^. Rec- 20, 115; 

seeBaamJ^()|^Q^. 

IV, 798, a SQdini country ; situation unknown. 

Bainit ."^ ij .fea^"^, IV, 782, 986, 

a district in Syria; compare Heb, rV'l")^!, 
Josh, ix, 17, 2 Sam. iv, 2. 

Ba4rratchaJ^|]^|^,w,, 

L.D. Ill, 252, 123, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

BaiUAntdJ^qiUq...^] 

q^.L.D.in,.56.J^q(l]q^](l.a 
district in Syria ; Heb. nl^^H^Sl Josh, xv, 59. 

BalUShair J^^ (](]][] cr^ 

M^I^Jl,'^!'^. Anastasi I, 
22, 8, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

BaiU Taquna J ^ l]() ] (j ^ 

c=> ^^ ^ ^ "^ (v^v^ , Alt-K. 33 1 , a district 

in Syria; compare Heb. rt^TH^, Josh, xv, 41, 
xix, 27. 

BaitA Tuquna J "^ (1(1 ] (1 ir-3 
c=>%/d ^ y ^^C^QD, Rec. 20, 117; see 

797, a SOdani country ; situation unknown. 

Baui J "J^ ^ (] (N£^, L.D. III, 187, a 
country in Syria ; situation unknown. 






Rev. 



a^. 



Bau-Kem, Bau-Qem, Bau-Oem 

211, a SQdint country whence the worship of 
Hathor, Shu, Tefnut, and other Stidint gods 
was introduced into Egypt. 

Batu(Baut) J'i?ji^^'^(vv), aSfldinl 

country; situation unknown. 

Babar (Babal) "i?^ "^ 

1 1, 167, Babylon ; Heb. Sna ; var. J J 
Babyl^V -^If im, Pers. tf W t=T If -« 

'Bar,Burj^^7>,J1^^ 

<=>, IV, 783, J ^"^(i^^. Eg. Res. 71, 112, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Barbar^^^^^^c-^, Rec 

20, 115, a S(idani country; situation unknown. 

Barist J ^ ^\ j| o ® ' ^•^•^- '9'' 

^ ^ a city in the Delta near the IJbyan 
\ ' frontier. 

Barua ^^"^^^ q. Nastasen Stele 

18, the capital of the Island of Meroe, the ruins 
of which lie near the modern village of Bi^rawir, 
about 40 miles south of the Atbari ; Gr. Mtpotf^ 

Mepoaiov. 

Barbatu^^,^^^^^, E, 

73, 106, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Barmam ^'^^_> ^e^^a, L.D. 

Ill, 252, 33, a district in Syria; compare Heb. 
DV721, I Chron. vi, 70, in Manasseh (Bnigsch). 

Barhai "J^ <^ rn "^ (] e ^ e^, 

Gol. 4, 9, a foreign country ; situation unknown. 

^■"^ ftVT.^' ^•'- ■"• "•• • 

district in Syria ; situation unknown, Tall al- 
'Amimah 4- tHT^. 

3 Q 



[978] 



Bartd ^^_2ail |l ()']C£^, Anastasi I, 

20, 8, a district in Syria, BSrfit ; Tall al-'Amimah 
•-tlf >-< ^ 5|^, Gr. BfipvTos, Arab. ,,^ '"-" 

Eth.nr:'f?i: ^^^' 

Bahit T? (1 (1 r^^^/i , the name of a country, 

" white marble country " ; compare Heb. ^TfH 
Esther i, 6. 

Baht ^^^ ^ ' ^ suburb of Memphis. 

Bahtet^^f^^. sphinx 3. 
239 = Behut c^ii(?) 

Bakh, Bekha, Bekhatt J ® . J 



3t c-:^ 



■^^^^ B.D. ic8, 2, 15, the country of sun- 
rr rv/>^ ' rise, the East. 

Bakhther "J^ ® -^^, MaskhCitah 

Stele, Bactria; Pers. tj fn «TT -TtT 31 ff ^. 
Babyl. "1^ H *^ ^• 

Per Bast. 
Bash 



r\n 



Siid^ni country ; situation anknown. 



Baq 



Bak 



^ o 



, IV, 800, a 
n. 



Ck , IV, 800, 



I C£vyi, Kubban Stele 5, J ^?^ 
^.B.M.z38,Rec.x5.i7i,^^,j; 



W 






^ (\£V£i, Rec. 



34, 186, a town in Nubia; Gr. 'A/3ovr^hiv. 

Bak (He-t Bak) 



^ 



, B.D.G. 



210, a temple of the hawk (^HCT') of Horns, 
Hierakonpolis (?) 



Bakanefer-t en Neb-[er]-tcher 

Bakem J ^^^ r=^ f\/vn , Rec. 20, 115; 
see Bau-Qem. 

Bagarua ^S^^ 1 fj^] ^, 

Gol. 4, 10, a foreign country; situation un- 
known. 

Batanta 11 "fe^ ll h /www ll (j , iv, 786, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Batft Thupar J ^ ^ ] I] " 

a district in Syria; compare Heb. '1Cb"n'^Sl(?) 

Bat Aarmam (Bat Aalmam)^^ 

ll I 4» , a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. Alt-K. (385) compares Heb. D7''ii?Tl*^2L. 

T *■ 

Batia J ^1j [j[j ^, IV, 785, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Batbenta J "i^lj J ](]. iv, 786; 

see J "^ I (j /wwvA I jj . 

Bathuarn^1^]|^^;^<w,. 

L.D. Ill, 252, 24, Beth-horon; compare Heb. 
7'^n"n'^5. (J°^^' ^' ^°» ^^)' ^ ^^^y "^ Ephraim. 

Bat shar, Bat shaar J "(^ ll l£^ 

a district in Syria; var. J i^^ g=3 T^Ttt 
rv^vQ , L.D. III, 131. 

Batshanraa ^'^]lil^')^ 

li^, L.D. Ill, 252, 16; compare Heb. |t<^tp"ri'^i 
(i Kings iv, 12), in Manasseh, west of the 
Jordan; var. J ^ s=|^'^^ tw,. 

Battaputtjj^J=£.D^[|]-. 

L.D. Ill, 252, 39, a district in Syria. Alt-K. 
(389) compares Heb. n^SJPlTI'^5- • 

Bat tarmam ^^] S ^ S' 

L.D. Ill, 252, 36, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



[ 979 ] 



Bat-tchabi .... 



^^]iJ11 



i^^. 



L.D. III, 252, 45, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



^,Rec. 20, 116, 



Bathar J ^ 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Bathaath(P) ^%^^^. i -D- ni, 

252, 124, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Bath anth fl «^ ^"~"^ ^^(v^, L.D. 

ni, 131, A,^ ^*^^. ^.^^'strict in Syria; 
U JJTO AAwvA Q:!^ situation unknown. 

Di^va, IV, 782, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Bia,Bdat J^i) ©, B.D.41,4,^ ^, 

B.D.G. 184, a town in Egypt. 

B&a-t J >^ i^, a canal near EdfO. 
BAa.ti(?) J(]^^|.Egyp,. 

Sphinx 14, 160; Copt. fieCJ^. 

B4shu J(]i=s=ip^©,^""'"'"Lo''« 
Biket(?) J(|^^® |. B.D. 

^^^ ® , N. 966, a city in the Tuat (?) 

Bftt (?) Khufu r©Y^¥] J 
an estate of Khufu ; situation unknown. 

; capital of the 15th Nome ol 
Lower Egypt (Hermopolites) 

]J 






%\ ^» ^^ ^^^ capital of the 15th Nome of 



B&h 



Ass& r 



estate of Assa, estate of Sahur3. 

Bat> " ,^::::::, l-^8> 

Jot 1 1 >At A/y/V</V\ ^S /N tAt 

B.D.G. 187, 188, the name of several 

canals. 



Bfthu II i ^ ^^ '^* eastern ann 

^ J JljTisi' of the Nile. 

BI.Bit(P)J|]|]-B.D.C..8j.^ 

Biu J ()(] ^ O, a town in Egypt 

Baut(?) Buut(?) J %%*; var. 

n^t^ ^ IV, 797, a Sfldln! country; 
J! y -flf^^^^* situation unknown. 

Bu-t ur ent ser netera B ^ %* 

2 {J I j, B.D.G. i5a,Edfa. 
Bu-t behen kheftiu ^ ] 8 

Bu en aha 11 % ^^^ I § 

27, 120; Gr. BofiTraii(?) 

temple at Denderah. 



^ 



, P.S.R 



, a solar 



U3^ I Ax' 



the 



Bu-t en Ra tchat J 

solar temple of Heri-shef neb fej r-o-i 
n^, intheFayyttm. 

Bu-gem J"^^^; seeBau-qem. 

Bututu,Butuitt l^S J^SS. 
Rec. 2, 140, 19, 22, the city of Naucratis. 

Butchfimiu jjj, P. 145, M. 182,^692, 

the 19th Nome of Upper Egypt (Oxyrhynchites 
of the West). 

Bu-t TeHi (TcheHi) J^^^JJ^ 

^|,EdfQ. 

BuaiqaJ^'^(li)^^-Paix3024, 

92, EdfQ. 

Buaiqa en ka nekht user Jl ^ 

Bur j^ ' . Rec. »o, 118, a country 
conquered by Rameses III. 

Buhen J^^eia' ^-^-^ '9«» ^^ 
district of the modem W&di I:Ialfah--the lU^r 
of Ptolemy. 

3 Q « 



[980] 



[M]bushu(?) [^]J^oo^. 

IV, 804, a Sftdini country ; situation unknown. 



, IV, 796, a Stidani 



country ; situation unknown. 

Beba J J (1 [C^^^], IV, 803, a SAdini 
country; situation unknown. 

Beber, Bebel J J ^, IV, 668, Baby- 
lon; Heb. ^n|, Assyr. ^ im-t^ & #. 
Sf ^ ^ ©> Pers. Babirush tf fyy tf "yt 

Bepset J □ P l [C^O^], IV, 799, a Sadani 
country ; situation unknown. 

Bemai (Bum'i ?) 1 J'^^|](],iv,78i, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. Alt-K. 
(340) suggests that | J )l (] = rTiDI. 

JAAAAAA C\ 
"^^^ /H , a district of Thebes. 



J/VAA/ 




© 



town of Osiris in I'anis 

Benui (?) 

J*" 



"^ 



, a temple 



a district in Upper 
Egypt. 



, a town in Egypt 



.&& 



Berua J-^fjg,B.D.G.i96,J 

^^, Nastasen Stele 16, Meroe, the capital of 
the kingdom of the Island of Meroe ; var. 

Berber (?) 1212 , a district in Upper 

Egypt; IJf g ftflr = Kojc ^p^ep (?) 
Berberta J '^^^ J *^^^ ^0; var. 

J<=^=> n <=> g /] IV, 3 1 6, 7 96, a Sudani coun- 
I -il I tj 1' try; situation unknown. 

A \^, IV, 786, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown ; Tall al- 
'Amarnah >-tXi ^V HI *-^T- 

Berget J ^^ ^_^ , a town of the god 
Re-bes 1 -^^ 4** > in the Fayyiim. 



of the modern district of Widi IJalfah — the Bowp 
of Ptolemy. 

Beh J I ^ ©. Rec 3, 50, a town in Egypt. 

'Roll H 8 ^^ a town near the modern 

Sfidini country ; situation unknown. 

Behuit (?) 



o 



= Behut c^^, Edfu. 



Behuk J I ^^ " cy:^, IV, 802, a Sudani 
country ; situation unknown. 



, V 



Behut 
Behut 

trict in the Nome Anpu 

Behutch 



, ^,EdffiorUdffi. 

r 

'wwvA J r-'=^ , a dis- 

AAAAAA 1 •-! 



T=T , a district in the 6th Nome of Lower Egypt 

Behset,BetisethJ|^,J|^, 

IV, 800, J 5 M ^ fv^>^ , Rec. 20, 1x4, a Sudani 
country ; situation unknown. 

Beht ur[t] en Behut-t jj ^ "^^ ^ 



, Edfd. 

Bekha J **" ' , Metternich Stele 84, the 
land of Sunrise, the East ; see Bakh. 

Bekhen 11 ® J^; see Tu-en-Bekhan 

Dnm Ji W 

Bekhen | ^AA^AA, I] **^* ©, a town 

which stood on the site of the modern Mit-Kamr. 

Bekhen arkhen I] ® (1 *^ Jl S , 

B.D.G. 203, D 5 II ^,asuburbofBusiris. 

Bekhen aa nekht S ® ^^^ S^ 

J (55^ JTT I 1 ^AA^AA 

of Seti I at Karnak ; (a) a name of Tanis. 



[981 ] 



BekhenenBiu JJS JQil^©' 

a J ® " |1(1()%^©,B.D.G. ao5.atoirn 

^ VSAAAA MV.AAA ^11 JT IH EgVDt. 

Bekhten J^, J^O,B.kh.cn 

Stele, an Asiatic country ; situation unknown. 

Besit D n /)/] ^^^^^ ^ temple-town in the 
*^ Jl Hio©' Nome Metelites. 

Best J p (| ^, Bubastis; see Bast. 

^^©' J'^ 11 '^^' ^^''- '3.84, Egypt, 
y /^ I a town near Sais. 

Bekai JU/l/l f^. ^P^'"^ *4, 164, a 

J T SH ^ ' town in the Delta. 

Bektan(?) J^"^^. iv. 803, 

a SOdani country; situation unknown. 

Begshag4 JnM^ffi(]. Jza 

Illlls(l» ^^' ^^^' ^ Sad^nl country; situa- 
■^^ 1 * tion unknown. 

Bethbeth J s=s J s=3, IV, 799, a 

Sddint country ; situation unknown. 

Betsh J^|. B.D.G. «2, J 
'8\ ®, B.D. 142, 14, a town in Egypt. 



os=i 



Pe, Pi, Pu ° , N. II, the town of Buto 
in the Delta; ° ^, P. 71, M. 102, N. 10; 

nft £a n 



of the town Per Uatchit j ^ /?>5, » Buto ; 

see Pe-Tep. 



, the temple quarter 



P-nu-t ur en Hem 



Dl 



D I 



a I 



Pe-Tep Q qq. q ^^ 

town in the Nome Nefer-Ament, Buto. 



, a double 



Pa-AaenAmen J^^^^fl*^". 

Sphinx, 14, 160, the capiul of the Nome 
SmaBel^j. 

Pa.4nerrut^^i]^^0. 

B.D.G. 61, the "sandstone city* i.#^ the 
cemetery. 

B.D.G. 64, a district in the nth Nome of Lower 
Egypt. 



Pa-ih en penrft (?) ^ I) ^ T 

-__fl, Rec. 31, 36, a town in Egypt. 

Pa-48hemu^l)Pe?^^£ 

J^ ® , B.D.G. 72, Rev. 3, 4c, a town near 
' Tanis. 



Pa-am'q AAatchaA 



252, 65 and 66, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



I^i^fl^^. ■-«•"'. 



Pa-a-t en pa uaher 

^ ra rn ^ Rec 23, 49; copt. 

o(<z>*^©» nmnou5p(?) 

^^"^^^^IIT'^p^^'^''^'' 

a town in the Delta. 

B.D.G..75,^]^il(]«^...ow„»U« 
17th or 1 8th Nome of Upper Egypt. 

Pa.bal4a(1.)^;^ll(ll)^<^. 

L.D. III, 252, 118, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



Pa-bukh 



, I;Ienien4>eb 



.g \C^ n © Rec 19, 18, a district in 
' l/r^ Jl f\/vn * Syria; situation unknown. 

792, a district in S}Tia ; situation unknown. 

Pa.paba^^^^^'.iv.„3. 

a district in Syria ; situation unkiK>wiL 

S Q 3 



[982] 



D 



a suburb of 
Memphis. 



Pa-pena n 

> ^ py\o Anastasi I, 19, 2, a district in 
^ I ' Syria ; situation unknown. 

Pa-mu D 






AAAAAA 

A/S/VAAA _ 

/V/VA/WA _CE\^ AAAAAA 

»^ [-| AAAAAA 

IV, 798 (Rameses III, ^^ ^^/wva fv/\>i , Rec 
20, 1 14), a SMini country ; situation unknown 

AAAAAA ^ ^.^ 
AAAAAA /^TX O 
AAAAAA 1/ Jy\ 



Pa-mu en pa Ra 

S^ ^ ® 5^ ® ' ^P^'"''' ''^' '^^ 



(i) a canal near Belbes ; (2) a canal at Abydos. 



Pa-mer 

the region of lake Mareotis. 

Pa-nasa 



f^^^ 



,B.D.G. 1064, 



^ ' , L.D. III, 
160, Rec. 8, 137, a district; situation unknown. 

. -a ^^ AAAAAA n 

Pa-nagbu Ashahata ^^ "V ® J 
^^l)^M!lf](l^.l'D.III,.5^, 
92 and 93, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Pa-nagbu Atchaurhuth 



sJl 



CyvQ 



.Q£y-ri 



, L.D. III, 



252, 84 and 85, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 



Pa-nagbu Uahthuarki ^< "^ j^ 



L.D. Ill, 252, 90 and 91, a district in Syria; 
situation unknown. 

Pa-nebs i^ aaaaaa J M ^ , Nastasen 

wn ^^ AAAAAA ^ 

Stele 29, ^K J p ^ ^K' Mission 13, 4, 

near the modern W^di Halfah; Gr. Uvov-^. 

Pa-ra '%^ ^ ", Rec 1 7, 1 20, Abutig, 

in Upper Egypt; Copt. i.noeTKK = 'A7ro^7ifi7. 

Pa-rut Ament J^ ^ "S^ ^ | ^' 

a town in the Delta. 



Pa-rut en pa-Ra ^^ ^^^^'S^'^ ^'^^ 

O I , a town near Tanis (?) 

Parbu ^"^^J^t^:^' ^g- ^^s- 

73, 105, a district in Syria; situation unknown, 
canal in the Nome Coptites. 

Parekhti ^"^^ '' 

12, 24, a town in Egypt. 

see ° Ht^^^, Old Persian ^ Hf H T^> 
Baby^ ^r ,^f4tf: f? y?. 



', Rec. II, 146, 



Parqa w 



w 



.^^C^£^^,L.D.III, 



146, 27, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Pa-haqraa Petiusbaaa ^^ "W 



(\y\A , L.D. III, 252, 68 and 69, a district 
in Syria; situation unknown. In this name 
and in several following ^^^ is the Eg. article. 



Pa-haqraa en Aatchait ^^ "W 



■g*afs 

III, 252, 77 and 78, a district in Syria ; situation 

unknown. 

Pa-haqer Shanaiaa ^ *# ^ 

252, 87 and 88, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Pa-hagraa Arqat ^ f" ^ 1] 



, L.D. III, 252, 



96 and 97, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 



f^^^^/^ 



1 



-g*as 



Pa-hageri Haniniau ^ ^ ^ 

ij(] tw3*^'^:;Sp (] ^Q^, L.D. III, 252, 
94 and 95, a district in Syria; situation un- 



known. 



[ 983 ] 



Pa-hager Theruan ^ *# ^ 
, L.D. III, 353, loi and 



102, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Pahura 

IV, 782, 

w 



qA^' 



1 



Ci£^, 



^ tvvn ^ district in Syria ; situation un- 
I ' known. 

Pa-huqria Aabaramft JX^ ^"" 



.&£, 



252, 71 and 72, " Abram's Field" — a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown. 

Pa-her-hem (?) ^ F=q J ^= ^ 

/NwwA J a canal in the Nome Latopolites. 

Pa-kharm' ^ |^= 

a canal in the Nome Sethroites. 
118, a town near Rakoti. 

Pasunqa ^^^7;^^^. I-D. 

Ill, 88, a district ; situation unknown. 

Pa-sebtipa-peni^pj;;^^ 

, Sphinx 14, 168, a town in the 



, Rec. 33, 



a 



Pa-sebti pa . . . nua 1^ [1 J 



Delta. 






Sphinx 14, 164, a town in 
the Delta. 



o W 



Pa-sebti pa-setheni ^^ H J 

n ^ 7^ AA ^ Sphinx 14, 164, a town 
|lpg O qq ©. »^ in the Delta. 

Pa-sebt en fiameh ^ P J 1 ® 

S« af . a part of the town of She^en. 

Pasegnarc?) ^P^S^®' 

Rec. 31, 35, a town ; situation unknown. 

Pa-seger& ^ P ^ () ®. ^^<'- 3i. 

35, a town ; situation unknown. 

Pa - shashau - khft ^ T<TtT Ttttl ^ 

Q , a part of the great temple of Memphis. 



Pa-shet en Aneb ^etch 
n ? ^ , B.D.C. 59, a part of IjJce Mocris. 

Pa-qem ur (?) ^ ^ g 

a town in the Eastern Delta. 

Pa-ka &a R&-9eru-4akhuti 



O I 



, a temple of I sis. 



Pakfikna ^ g -^ ^XjC?) adi«rict 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Pa-gem, Per-gem 2^'^%^q. 

south-east SOddn. 

Pa-gem Aten ^^ a^ (1 *^, NAs- 

tasen Stele 36, ^^^(j^f^. "^ 
[] vww a seat of the cult of Aten in Nubia. 

Pa-gerg ^ <5>Xj ©' * ^°*^*^^ "* 

the Fayyflm. 

Pa-ta en Uatchit ^-=^^^1^^ 

T==r B.D.G. 148, Alexander Stele, a town in 
o © * the Nome of Buto ; CopL nX€n€TU). 

Pateb ^ o J @ (] e \ , DemoL Cat. 4aa, 
the island of Pathyris ; Copt nexofi. 

Pathen, Pathan, Pethan ° ra "^ 

Pentatehan. 

Pa-tesh en Per Uatchit 1^ c& 

AAAwv T Pn ^ • * district of Buto. 

Patharu }^\^' ^% ^- 

789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Pa.thuf^«^^J;«aO;K. 
Pa-thesi 3^3 — HI] V-'^'^"' 

24, a town in Egypt. 

Pa-tmai^=,J|)|||."^-^ 

3 Q 4 



[984] 



Pa-tchetku ^ ^ ^ ^. the 

canal (?) of Avaris. 

" holy tomb," or " holy island," i.e., Philae. 

P-da rek D^^^, "island of Rek, or 
Lek." Philae ; Copt. UiXA-K. 

P-ihi-t D (j ra (j() J_,, B.D.G. 69: (i) a 
suburb of Memphis; (2) D (1 HI [j[] ^, B.D.G. 
68, a town in the Nome Coptites ; (3) D (1 fll (1 1] 
^Oj^l|l,B.D.G. 69, Edffl. 

P-as-t ent uaher d rl ^ ''^^ i\ ^ 

P-a en p-uaher d Tn □ ^ '^ It^ ©, 
Rea 23, 49; Copt niitnocop. 

Papa ^, B.D.G. 2115, a town hear 

Thebes ; Copt. II^HH ; Papa of the Itinerary 
of Antoninus. 

Piu Dij(]^© = Pe °. 

Pirtau ° *^^^^^ ^S, IV, 788, a district in 
il I III' 

Syria; situation unknown. 



Pi.tchepD()(]^;;see° 



© D 



Pun, Punt a -=|> 






k Tk a. a □ Q 



, Palermo Stele, 



[-1 hjsf^^f^ 



, agold- 



° ^ ^ n^^^ 

bearing country in the Southern Sftddn, whence 
came soihe of the aboriginal Egyptians, 

Pursatll ° "^^^ Eq] I "l Q>;x£) the country 



of the Philistines; ^^ '^ 1 ^ 1 ^ ' ' '^^^^• 
1 204, the Philistines ; Heb. D^riU?7S Assyr. 

^^ 4= -^T ^^ ^T and \^ ^r- ^' t^rm 

Rawl. C.I.W.A. I, 35, I, 12, II, 52, I, 40. 

Purath D%^*T^(i£>^, IV, 793, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



^AAAA^ 

'^'^'^'^ . a canal 



the Eastern Delta, 

Puqa uksA "^^ © > a district of Abydos ; 



see 



D A 



IV, 793, a country and a 
people in Northern Syria. 



Puqi D^; 

Puqiu D ^ ^ (](] ^' I^' 793, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Putaui D %i" ^F, A.Z. 35, 18, an estate 
in the Oxyrhynchite Nome. 

Puther .... d"^^^ ^||| ^^ , Rec. 20, 1 1 6, 

a northern country conquered by Rameses III. 

P-mu en Utcha Hem d ^^aaaa ^^^^ 

^ ^, B.D.G. 183, a canal of Edfd. 

P-mu en set en Sebek d 'wwv^ aw^ 

"SSEs^ , a canal in Upper Egypt. 

„ , a town near Asna. 

Pemkha a ^ T ©, b.d.g. 296, a 

village near Thebes ; Copt. nJULOcy (?) 
P-mesra D jtl D, a town in Egypt. 



P-mer 



Pen Abtu ° -^ 3^, ^•^•^- I^'/kT^^ 

■ O C^ at Abydos. 



D 



AAAAAft 






Peninaaua 

see Inaauaa 

P-nebes □ Jji (}. o J PIJ.''"'™ 

near the modern Wadi Halfah ; Gr. Wvov^. 

Penshat ^ "r^ '^'^^ a canal in the Nome 
• crssi 7=^ ' Latopolites. 



^ .^yi /www /www D']^oQjgj D o 

ram® ZZ' ^ Jra^^i' o ra 

^~^^ ^ D'lra ?S^ acanalinthe2istNome 
o 3^' olio 3=1' of Upper Egypt. 

Per(?) (Aa-per?) ^f "^^ ^^ 

B.D.G. 120, Crocodilopolis in the Fayyfim.' 



Penshenu °Joj, ^JO^, a 

canal in the Nome Patarest. 

Pentatehan ° 



[ 985 ] 



P©r ^-^» * *°^" '" ^^^ Eastern Delta. 
Perdau^lj^/^.apartofMe. 

Per Aakh or Per sha " TiTtT g 

(i) a district near 8 J S >» Upper Egypt 
(a) 



l^-y^l y*fc Nastasen Stele, a town or 
■^^^ 2r' village in the Sftdin. 



I 

Periakhut "v"^ J^©. '-.^-T 

©* I ^ (3 ^^'^"ame of the temple of 

Hathor at Denderah and of other shrines of 
Hathor. 

Per Aakhut Ament "^^^ c^ ^ ^ , the 

Osiris temple of Libya-Mareotis. 



crm 



If^Si 



of 
Moon. 



Per A&r-t Ausaasit 

-A •»-=» rv NT » * temple in Ann (Heliopolis) 

Per4ahu7(]_.|^^,;-Pie 
Peril -q^^q-.^p-. 



B.D.G. 9, a sanctuary at Sekhem (Letopolis) 

Per Aimhetep sa Pteh '^"^ fj c 

9. , the Askiepeion of Memphis. 
C3 



D 



Per aunr (Paunr ?)'"'(]% ?^, 

IV, 793, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Per Amen "^ (1 =", 

I I AAA/S/SA 



^Z|. 



I cm ' 1 tm I 



;-fl 



*^ I, "house of Amen," 



the great temple of Amen in Thebes and other 
towns in Egypt and Nubia. 

Per Amenmeri Harness aa nekh- 

tut ^^^^ [h S O [^ "^ J ^ 

the town of Rameses in the Eastern Delta ; Heb. 
Dp?55n, Gen- xlvii, ii. 

Per Amenhetep ^ Q«g|], 

the temple of Amenhetep III at Thebes (Luxor). 

Per Amentd ^^^ (1 "^^^ ] (1 ® . Sphinx 

14, 157, a town in the Delta. 

i| f^Q^ ^Z. 1907, 46, Memphis. 



Per Anpu " (] ^ ^ O. S|*i«« 

lift AAA^AA rt I I fy «lAAMMk 

59. "] " (] Q (J O, Rec 3, 3$: (i) a town 
in the Delta ; (a) part of the quarrief of Jdn; 

a temple in AlabastronpoUs. 

Per Anher "^ ^ ^. B.D.G. 63. 

a name of This, Sebennytus, etc. 

B.D.G. 66, Sphinx 14, 156, A.Z. 1869, 98, a 
town in the Delta (Prosopis ?). 

Per Ahu neb Amentt ^~^ ^^ ^:z^ 

ft o» , a quarter of the town of Het-neh (MetelisX 

PerAst^jj^.^J-l^.-jJ 

-J) , the temple of Isis near the Great Pyramid. 

Per As4r 



.^ii>-. 



Per As&r 



Z>-' I ^3Z>-' I Jd' 

the name of many sanctuaries of 

Osiris. 



;^ ®, Rec. 31, 35, 



^5> o Demot. Cat. 422, AbOsfr ; Copt 
(2 (2 1©* nOfCIpI, Arab. juff^V 

Per Asar neb Tet ^^^^"^^^jj 






©' 



Busiris — the capital of the Nome Busirites; 
Assyr. --fy ^- <y- ^HI- 

Per As&r Nemur '^"^ jjS ^°* in, 

the temple of Osiris- Mne vis. 

Per AsAr Reqet "^^ f)-*^^cfl^^ 

<=> Sphinx, 14, 161, the temple of Osiris 

OCD ® ' at Rakoti (P^.KO+). 

Per As&r Khenti-Amenti 
PerAstes ^ 1) P^ ^. "7 l| P 

«=^^ X ^ ^•^- *45f 8i, the temple of a form 
...^^m' ofThoth. 



[986] 



Per aqer 



/] ^^^^ Hermopolis in the 
H ^ gS ' Delta. 



Per &tef Anher-Shu sa Ra 



Per Atem 

I ^nnt 
Tem"; ~ ^Jpcnr 



o 



I , a name of This. 



c-D 



^^nziE, 



V^' 



^pnt 



" House of 
c» / .A. 



, a town in the Eastern Delta (Succoth) ; 
Heb. QJIQ, Exod. i, ii, Gr. IlaTou/tos 'A/»a/3<a<f, 

Copt. neeojJUL. 

Per A.teii I ^a/ww , I /wwva, 
I H o 1 I i 9CX 

1 



C-D 



O ' 






"^ 



L^ 



, the 



temple of Aten built by Amenhetep IV in his 
town of Aakhut-en-Aten (Tall al-'Amirnah). 



Per aa 



Per Aait 



* " great house," a name 
3' of the Necropolis. 



, Denderah. 



Per Aakheperkara "^ fo^Wij > 

Rechnungen 35, an estate near Memphis. 

PerAnmiit /vwwv ^ „ .Denderah. 



Per anuq 



CTD 



the capital of the Nome Mahetch 
um 



, Rec. 10, 140, 



Per ankh 



f- 



Denderah. 



Per ankh c^td ■?• cr-zi ^ , Rec. 27, 
the city of the dead, i.e., Deadland. 



Per ankhet 

cm 



* ^ ", B.D.G. 

I 1 cci ^© 

Rec. 17, 119, Bakchis 
' on Lake Moeris. 



126, '""'•¥• 

I 1 ^o 

Perankh4ru7f7llo^|-, 

"temple of the living," a name of the Necropolis. 

Per Aha "y" CKl 5' "^ Q^ 

a district near Per Matchet. 

Per Uas 



l\ ^ the temple of Amen- 
l © ' Ra at Napata. 



Per Uatchit 



I 



O ©' I 



I8\®' 



I 



loS\®'"l©'^''-3^'35, 



\> 



I 
(i) the capital of the 19th Nome 

of Lower Egypt ; (2) a name of Denderah, Buto; 
Copt. nOTXO, Gr. BovTta. 

temple of Denderah. 

Per uab ^^^'^ >^ crzi , the temple of 
Osiris at Abydos. 

Per Upuatu shema ""^ 



Per uat 



^^ 



1 n "^ the temple of Upuatu in the south 
^ O ' (Lycopolis). 

Per Unnut "^^ y^ -k ^, B.D. 137, 

38, a temple in Hermopolis. • 

Per unkh aawva , the temple of 

Osiris in the 15th Nome of Lower Egypt. 

Per ur <=> , 

nx 



n-D 



^«. 



dcTD' 



■ , the temple of Osiris in Aphroditopolis. 



Per ur en mat 



cr-3 



j^ 



= , a temple near the granite quarries at Asw^n. 
Perut(?) '=^t^ O 5 Aphrodito- 

^ ' I Jr ^ I © polls. 

Perut(?) "^^ ^Q 5 , B.D.G. 174, 

the burial place of Set. 



Per utet en hem-t set 



<0 C^ l>/V\f\f^ 



PerBa 



, the temple of Denderah. 



B.D.G. 185, a sanctuary 
' of the Ram of Mendes. 



Per Ba en Asar 

a temple near Lake Moeris 

Per Ba neb Tet (Tchet) 



I 






© 



o ii I] e ©' 

, Rev. II, 145, the capital of the i6th 
Nome of Lower Egypt, Mendes; Assyr. 



Per Baiu 

I 

a town in the Delta. 



[987] 

, Rec. 10, 142, 



PerBar48t7Jl^^<^j);. 

Karnak, 51, 7, a town near the western frontier 
of the Delta. 



, ^O®' "toSv B"basti,;Gr. 

Boi;/3a«rTi?, Bov^aorot, Copt. ITOTfi.A.C'f', Heb. 

nOa^B, Arab. ^ J;. 
PerBastmetit7|;f;,Bu. 

bastis of the North, ;>., Bubastis in the Delta. 

Per Bast shema "^"^ <> -Ij f; , 

the South, i.e., of Upper Egypt, or Denderah. 

Per bak ^ ^ ^'O g. ^ 

^v ]1i ^ ' Denderah. 

Per bu tcheser ^^^ J r^ ^=^ . B-i>.G. 

209, the temple of Smataui, ^ '_ ' '_ , q.v. 

Per Benu " B 7Z, ^^' I?' 11'' 

Farshiit. 



^m 



Per bener enth ta neterit 

Per Pekht crzi t^ crD, temple of 
Pekht near Beni Hasan (Speos Artemidos). 

Per Pekht ^^ °- ° 



I ra 

, Pekht or Pekhit. 



Per pestch netera 



0i ' '=' 
I o 1 1 1 ® ' 

cr^ 0'^'^'^ ^ the temple-town of Osiris in 
I oil! the Mendesian Nome. 



Per pestch neteru 



cr^ 



6 



I 



cm 



01 I I 
I ocr-D 



5111- 



I o 

II©' I octtd' I 

a name of Babylon of Egypt and of many 
other sanctuaries. 



Per peg 






P.S.B. 2o, 123; 



Piankhi Stele 20, a town in Upper Egypt. 



PerPtetV°y.7°{1..h. 

temple of Ptab and its district at Memphis. 

Per Pte^i shetat '=^ ° J"]l 



'55 o 

a temple in the Nome of Memphis. 






Per fa As&r &n kaut (?) 

Jo1±^Ti)S^ (.) .h. «».ple .^ 

Denderah ; (2) a shrine in the Delta. 

Per fa-ft "^T^jjf^. iv, .031. •* 

temple of Menu at Thebes. 

Per fa mut enth neteru "^^^^^^ 

I 

-a >2K^ 'M'M'Mi ^ thetcmpleof 

J^ _aw s=> .B^ J^ .fi^ ©' Denderah. 

Per fefA ^ ;;^ H ^© . n]^ (| ^, 

Peasant 37, a town ; situation unknown. 



, a town in Nubia ; Primis (?) 



Per em ^; 

Per ma / ci-^ , Karnak 54, 49, A.Z. 
83, 66, a temple ; position unknown. 



Per maakheru en Usrit 



I ^O © 

Per Manu 



PI 



, Denderah. 






I 600 © 

district in the West (?) 

Per mi " ©® ", an ^«Ute in 
I ^ ^ I ' the Delta. 

PerM'gu7^^C^;.Mi«sion 

13, 117, ^ ^ C ^ S . a town in the 
Nome Ka-beseb, 0>^ 

CD 



PerMtennu(P) V^"o"l^®' 

Rec. I, 52, a town in Egypt, 
cm 



Per Mtch 



^^"M1^^ 



^ 



© • I 

, Demot 



I jyoiAi JJH I ©" 

Cat. 422, Ox>Thynchus, the capital of the 19th 
Nome of Upper Egypt; Copt. nCJJLXe, 



[988] 



Per Hut 



^ 



0< 



, a town near 



Hypsele ; Muthi of the Itinerary of Antoninus (?) 



, the sanctuary 



Per Mut 

I -B*i^ O 

of Mut at Thebes ; varr. 



-^, 


> 


^% 



\r3 






Per Mena 

MinyA in Upper Egypt ; Copt. XJULOOnK. 

Per Menu ^ ^ ^ , b.d. 125, 2, 20, 

^^ J) ^^37 ""^^ ° © , temple of Menu 

, the canal 
' ' of Apu. 



at Apu (Panopolis); ^^ 



Permennshlla(?) '^^S ?^ 



ywwv ^ J Hermonthis ; 



Rec. 12, 20, a town in the Delta 

Per Menth ' 

Copt. ^.pJUL^.^e, ^plXOIte, Armant; 
A(^ |, temple of Mentu in Thebes. 






Per mer 



3^ 



^s^ 



, Rec. 10, 



140, a town between Asna and Al-Kab. 



Per mer (Pamer) 






Mission 13, 8, the temple of Isis at Philae. 

' ly ctt:^'— ^ ^ iz~z] c> 



Per mer 









I 1 v I ^A/^AAA 

L— -J ^^~X_ ftAAA^A 
/NAAAAA 

I <=>o n' 



B.D.G. 1 177, the district of Mareotis. 

Per Merdu (?) '^^ "'^ 7\ 



1 1 23, a town in Upper Egypt. 

Per Merit (?) ^^^ "^ 

1 d 

1900, 130, a name of Naucratis. 






, A.Z. 



Per merh "" "" "^ | q?| , the name of 
several places in Egypt ; var. 11 Q * 

Per mes "^^ ffl P . "^^ ft] -*- > the birth 
chamber of a god in a temple. 



Per Mess 



UTD 



M 



I 



the great temple at Abd Simbel. 



n 



Per mes-t en Nut 

the " birthplace of Nut," i.e.^ Denderah 



no 



oB©^ 



Per mes Rekhit 

Per mes Heru-sa-Ast "^^^ f ] ^? j| 



Per Metcha 



nrzi 



II, 178, Oxyrhynchus; Copt. neJULi^e. 



Per en ami aakhut 



cm 






i' 



!• 



Rev. 



C©3 



I I 

Per Nut 



C©3 



ci cr^ 



0. 



T Ci3 , Denderah. 

^ ^ a quarter of 
Sll ' Memphis. 



Pernub-tS^, ^7^ "^: 

Ci ^ I © I o o o 

(i) the capital of the Nome of Nubt ; (2) a town 
in the Western Delta ; Assyr. >-^ ^^ ^ ^"^C?) 

Pernubit "^^^ 
I ^o < 

derah. 

^000' 7Y 



Per Neb aam 



i'[^®' 



Den- 



^©,Sphinxi4, 157, ^,j_^, 



A.Z. 1807, 46, the capital of the 3rd Nome of 
Lower Egypt. 



O 



Per Neb-t neha 



ra 



^ a quarter of 
nrzi * Memphis. 



Per Neb-t hetepit 

, a suburb of An (Heliopolis). 



Per Neb-t hetepit 

a town near Tanis. 



o ci 









Per Neb khet en Tem 

^^n-g ^ , Denderah. 

/ w 

I I ^AAA/^A A 

Per nebs J Y' ^^rusatef Stele 21, 

n n n , Nastasen Stele 25, a town near 
the modern Wadi Halfah; Gr. Ylvov^jr. 

9f* , a temple 



Per Neb seger 

at Thebes. 



[ 989 1 



Per Neb tepu i^i 



PiSnkhi Stele, a town in the 17th Nome of Upper 
Egypt (Aphroditopolis) ; Copt, nexilieg^ 

Per en pa Mennu ^~~^ 



^ ^ , a town in Egypt. 

Per en pa R& en Rameses 
meri Amen ^^^ ^^^^^ ^^ O %/ 

f V ll W f 1 ^ M » temple of Ra founded 
by Rameses II at Memphis. 

Per Nefer ^ J ©, ^^ a J. a 

town in Egypt. 

4 ©' I 4 
, Denderah. 



Per Nefer her-s 



Per nemhu ^ ^ | ^ ^ , Rec. 

II, 168, a town in Egypt. 

Per ent meh cr^ ^^ © , the Necro- 
polis of Sais ; Copt. ni.ItOTq^HX. 

Per en nub 'wvaaa f-=:^ o , Denderah. 

Per ent res crzi 4^ ^^^ > the Necropolis 
of Sais ; Copt. nA.It01f qpHC. 

Per neha M, p, H (^td , a district 

of Athribis; Copt. n^ItA^O, Arab. \^ , 
Benha. 

Per nehem 



AA/\AAA 

ra 



see Het- 
nehem. 



Per en Heru Neb Mia ^^^^ *aaaaa 



the temple of Horus of Maa[m] in 
Nubia (near Ibrim, Primis). 



Per nekhi en Asir (Rfi) 

*'— ^ -^ , Denderah. 

Per Nekhebit ^^^ -I- J ^' ^^^ sanctu- 
ary of Nekhebit at Eileithyiaspolis. 

Per en Kheper 

14, 158, a town in the Delta 



tr-D 



, Sphinx 



Per ne8[er] ^^^ H, Paicnno Stele 

of Uatchit. 

Perne8U(?) " ^ ^ , a name of Sw^ 

Per Net [^,^',^jj.Sm(A«»4). 

Per neterit "^^1 ^, L 1 J, a lanctu. 

ary of Isis at Sni (Asni). 

PerNeteru^^^^O. 

5, Denderah. 



Per neter tuaut ^ 0*5321 



A the temple of the high- priestess of Amen-Rl 
511 ' at Thebes. 



, a village 

t 



Per netchem 

near Pelusium. 

Per netch R& em S, Aapep 



Per netch Qeru em a Set 



the temple of Den- 
derah. 






t 



PerRa 



■*"■ / ^ the temple of 
zm ^S-4l ® ' Denderah. 



-^1' 



■^o 



^ ro I* I 

5^."l^.B.D.G.4i4,"house 

of Ra," $.e., Heliopolis; Heb. ntottrn"a. ]«"• 
xliii, 13. 

Per R&messu - meri - Amen, 

G[|]p[l^. the town 



I rj III I I 

of Rameses II in the Eastern Delta, Gen. xlvii, 1 1, 
Exod. i, II, xii, 37, Numb, xxxiii, 3, 5; Heb. 



Per R&meses-^eq- Ana 

(QlPPfjj] f I p. a to'^" of Rameses II 
in the north of the Delta. 



[990] 



cr-3 



cr-D 



Per rut ^."'""S^©, 

V\ ^ , a village near Memphis. 



[TDl 



CZI 



, Denderah, 



CZi 



Per rema "" "" ' ^ , a district near Edfft. 



CTD 



D 



Per remtu am en Asar 
Per Rennit ^^^ /www D- ^ , 

^^.anameof ^-J^^. 

Per renput en ta neterit ""^ { "^ 

(VAAAAA q £^ ^::i 

PerRuruti "^-^^"J, B.D. 78, 

30, house of Shu and Tefnut (?) 

a district near Oxyrhyncus. 

Per rekhit ^^^^ '^ ^ ^ , Denderah. 

Per rekh en Ast "^^ "^^ ^A/wv^ r^ ^, 



X55. M p. © > the " town of the know- 

I W AAAA/NA dJ VJ 

ing of Isis," i.e., Denderah. 



cm 



Per hai-ni en mesu Geb fu 

AAAA Q 

^ ^ , the temple 



Perhina crrn rn 

of Amen at Karnak. 



nr-D 



£^©' I 
a town in the Nome Aphrodito- 

polites. 



Per ha 

Perpapt-re ~|~Yc^ 7 ■^•^■^ 

125, III, 13, a temple in Egypt and the Tuat. 

^^^^ \> JH, the capital of the supplementary 
Nome of Per Hapi 



8n □ 



D W 



Per Hapi 

, a district in the Nome Heliopolites. 



Per Hebit "V^ffi Jllo' ^'P^'^^''^ 

the Nome \ \] ""-^ ', Arab. c::^^jo^ = Pahebit. 



Per Hep 

I 

Per Hept ur 

in Egypt. 

Per Hefau "^^ 

I 

near the modern Gebelen. 

Per hen "^ ? t[ 



Nilopolis in the 
Eastern Delta. 

, a town 



W 



Osiris in the Nome Ka Kam. 



■^, a town 
a temple of 

\5: 



Per henu 



(9 ^ B.D.G. 1063, the sanctuary of the 
■-jzv, c~3 ' Henu Boat of Seker at Memphis. 



I^§&&-^ 



Per Hennn 

sanctuary. 

Per Hent shema ^~~^ ^ 3^ S» 



Denderah. 

Per Heru 






U3 



, IV, 1132, the name 



of several temples of Horus. 

Per Heru aab ""^ ^ rk ^ , Asphynis, 

the modern Asfftn al-Mata'nah, 18 miles south 
of Luxor. 

Per Heru anient 



Dh\^^' 



5 ; Arab. 



, a name of Hesfen 
i^^U Tuphium. 

Per Heru ati nef tesher-t 

Denderah. 

Per Heru athi-nef hetch-t 



7\ 



, Denderah. 



C-D 







Per Heru Bat (?) 



yC, '=^ B.D.G. 186, the temple of Horus in 
i v/ © ' Theb-neter (Sebennytus). 



[991] 



Per Heru Behut 

sanctuary built by Usertsen I 

Per Heru merti 

* I W\ S o o 

town in the Nome Ka-hesebj Copt. ct>4LpK^n", 
Pharbaethus. 



Per Heru merti "^^ 

I 

temple of Sheten. 

Per Heru nub 

of the Nome Tuf, 

Per Heru neb Mesen 

^ , a temple of Horus at Edftt. 

Per Heru khenti-khat 



©,the 

o o 

, the capital 



It 



cr-3 



a temple of the unborn Horus near 

Athribis. 



I, Sphinx 14, 164, the modern Fakfis. 



Per heri neb aabt 

I I I 
Per Her shefit nesu taui 



<^ 



.A. 

T 



§ 



^bll 



, the temple of Heru 
shefit in Hensu (Herakleopolis). 

Per Het-Her 



S©' ^^p'^^^ 



the Nome P-tesh en Per Het-Her, D r-^^~i 



^^ ^ ; Copt. n^.eTpic, n^.oTpn-Hc. 



of 

I 



Per Het-Her 



I , Denderah. 



D 






Ik' 



Per Het-Her 

village near Tanis. 

Per Het-Her ast qem (?) 

^ fl I I 1 ' ^ town in the Nome Pathyrites. 

Per Het-Her nebt Maf kit '^^ Q 






Oy Sphinx 14, 157, 



a town in the Delta. 

Per Het-Her nebt He-t Sekhem 

of Hathor at Diospolis Parva. 



Per Het-Her neb-t Tepi-ih ^^"^ U 
S\ ^ ^ \\ ^ ®' *^^ ^^"™P^^ °^ 

, a sanctuary near 
7^, P.S.B. 17, 18, 

AAA/S/\A 

, a temple in 



C3 c^^ (U\ o " \\ 
Hathor at Aphroditopolis. 

Per hetch c-zj i 

Asphynis and Hermonthis. 

Per hetcha "^^ H '^ 

a sanctuary in Nubia. 

Per khat en hem-t-set 
Per khebit 

Sekhem (Letopolis). 

Per kheper ankh ""^ ^<^= 

Sphinx 14, 155, a town in the Delta. 

Per Khemenu '^^ "" "^ 

! nil O 

Hermopolis in Upper Egypt. 

Per Khen " M, Palermo Stele, 



^ , Denderah. 

Per Ehnem 



O 



tZ' 



the temple of Khnemu in Latopolis 



Per Khnemu "," 5 !» " Q ^ 

, a district in the Fayydm. 

Per Khnemu neb He-t ur-t ^~~^ 

of Khnemu in the Nome Mahetch. 

Per Khnemu neb Shashetep ^^^^ 

the temple of Khnemu in Hypselis. 

Per Khensu ^^^ ^ 1 ^ 1 > the temple 

I A/WS/\A I —21 I 

of Khensu at Thebes. 

Per en Khensu -em- Uas-Nefer- 



hetep 



A/V\/V\A AAA/V\A 



temple of Khensu Neferhetep in Thebes. 

Per Khensu - pa -ari-sekher- em- 

the temple of Khensu, the arranger of 

destinies. 



[ 992 ] 



Per khenti menat-f 



c-^ 



1 



^ w 



S\ B.D. 67, 3, a mythological 
^' temple (?) 

, a temple (?) of Ptah or Osiris in Memphis. 



Per khenti Tenen 



Per kheru ^V-' c-zi , '-Y-' © , the name 
of a canal. 

CT-I] ^ 

I D 

I , a sanctuary. 



Per kherp ah 



^^. 



Per Kherp-kheper-Ra ^~^' 

Q, a town on the great canal that fed Lake 
Moeris. 



Per khet 



^ 



the temple of Osiris 
at Mendes. 



Pers, Persa, Persu ° nt^^^^,L.D. 

-H— I ,11,91, 



3. 283, 



r^-^>^ 



u^ ,11,128, 



'ff f^-^'^ , Persia ; Pers. 

^ m ^! T^> Baby. \- ^ <^Hfl<i m. 

'^ a temple of Uatchit 



crz] 



Per sat 

Per sai 

I 

8 ; see Per sui. 
Per saah E.a 

of Latopolis. 

Per sui "^"^ 1 

a temple in Nut-ent-Teb 

PerSutekh "^^^^ 

of Avaris, Pelusium, Ombos, etc. 



2CX 



at Letopolis. 
Met. Stele 

a district 



o 
^ 



, Met. Stele, 
, Atfi^i. 
^S-^i a name 



PerSebNetert 

the Fayytim. 

Per sebkh-t 



cm 

I 



1 



^ 



, a town in 



rinth 



I 



u 



, the Laby- 






Per Sebek 



cm 



Crocodilopolis, capital of the Nome 

Arsinoites, 



^ 



Per Sebek auf dri shait 

rrr-t 



•Sfas*. 



a town in the Fayyfim. 

a town near An 



Per Sep ir-ii 

Per Sepa 

I 

estate in the Delta. 

Per Sept 

Dream Stele 36, 



D 



%. 



(HeliopoUs). 
, Methen, an 



crz2 



1^ I ©, Sphinx 14, 

165, \v ^\^ ^, a town in the Eastern Delta, 
Fakas(?); Assyr. .-ff ^ ^HI <T5^ ^^T !?• 



Per sensen 

mopolis Magna. 



cr^ 



/VAA/VNA AA/\AA/\ 



Per sennu (shennu ?) en nub 



Her- 



n-D 



n AAftAAA 



^ rSmf^ Herusatef Stele 27, a 

it:] o 111' temple m Napata. 

° fe^, B.D. 104,5, 



Per sehep ""^ A 



a name of 



a mythological locality. 

Per Sekhmit ^=^ {I' ^ 

several temples of this goddess. 

Per sekhem en Ra 

Denderah. 

Per sekhem khenti Khata '^^^ y 



n ^^ 

1 ?e 



ftAAAAfl. 



IfU 



^^ 



, Denderah. 



Per Seshen ' ' ^>:, ^ , a temple in the 
Nome of Ka-heseb (?) 

Per Seker neb Sehetch 



n 1 °^ Piankhi Stele, a temple of the 
■ I I Qf' god of the district of Mediim. 



Per seger 

of Osiris in Busiris, 

Per Seti 



S 



I , a temple 



^^^,B.D..a5.I,.o. 
a temple of the fire-goddess. 

Per Setem ^~~^ ^ ^ |, a temple of 

Osiris ; position unknown. 



Per shaa(?) 



A.Z. 51, 79, a temple; position unknown. 



[ 993 ] 



Per Shepset hent neterit 



R I 



O 






O 



I I I 



the temple of Hathor at Denderah. 

Per Shentit c-z> 9. ] ()(] ^ 

OCT]' 



^vioi'^^'^iir"^''"'^''' 



Per shesthet ^~~^ r-^r-» fl 



Abydos. 



ci 



a town in the 
' Nome Ka-heseb. 



Methen, an estate in the Delta. 

Per shet ertu en As^r ^^^ >— ' ^ 

1^rt3Vll©'^'^-^-'7i.De"derah. 

Per shetta en Asar ^^~^ '^^ (1 H 

^wsAA H'^ ^, Denderah. 

Per qen '^^ ^ 

Per qen Heru utet tef-f As^r 

Per qeras Asar 'y' ■'^ (jsp^©. 

Denderah. 

Per Qerhit ^^^^ <^ ? ^ , a temple in 
the Nome Heroopolites. 

Per kaut ^^^ ^^'^ ^fca f^, the town 
Tepi ah (Aphroditopolis). 

Per Kamkam 

temple in Hermonthis. 



Per Gebu ^^^ ^J^ J 

lo, a name of the Earth. 

Per Gem "^^ ^g 



U3 



, Sinsin I, 



town in the Tuat. 

Per gem Aten 



. N. 22, a 



O 



(j w^, A.Z. 1902, no, ^-i^ ^ , the name 
of several temples of Aten. 



Per gerr (gell) " " "^^ 



zs 



Delta 



, Sphinx 14, 167, a town in the Eastern 

limn 



j^l 



Per ta &nt "" "" ^ "^s. h ^^ Dr^^a, 

B.D.G. 48, a town or district ; position unknown. 

Pertdua ° ]i (1 ^ C^^^. Maskhfttah 
Stele, Parthia; Pcrs. ^H g[ y<y -J^, Babyl. 

Perteptu-f "^^ ^ ^^ 

|,B.D.r 



I 1 ($. K^^' I 
(N^ mm) fij B.D. 125, I, 13, a sanctuary of 
1 a <^ SlI ' Anubis in IJebenu. 



Per Tefnut 



en I o 



tz-i] o 
Denderah 



Ci 






Per Tern 



cm o q crT3 



I >3 r 

Per Tem Tchak 



n . ^ 1 , Succoth. 



^|; 



see 



C^nnE 



Sphinx 14, 165, Pithom-Succoth. 

Per Tehen 



the temple of 
Osiris at Sais. 



Per teka . t ' 1 ' ^ ^°^" ^" Egypt 



[TD 



Perth. , a locality near Memphis. 



Per Tehuti (Tchehuti) 

Hermopolis in Upper Egypt. 

Per Tehuti up rehui ^^""^ 



in Lower Egypt. 




Pertes ^^^=^^^=^ — ^^n, 
1 . -« niiiP 1 mnn 


a town in Egypt. 




Pertesu-^^^,],.^©, 


, Methen, an 


estate in the Delta. 




Pertchatcha ^m, 


Rec 10, 141, 


-"'"iMM^' 


Rec. 21, 13, 


a town between Per Benu and Gerg (Girga) ; 


1 Copt. UXOJX 






3 ^ 



[ 994] 



Per tcheftchef 

I 

sanctuary of Harmakhis in 

Per tchet ^^^~^ '^ ^, "Everlasting 
House " — a name of Denderah. 



Pehabas ^ ^ '^ ^ i^ ^, Rev. 
II, 185 = Copt, ^.4)o^a5c. 

Pehanu d | "^ ^^, IV, 797, a SMani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Pehu -^E 

(0 (S 






/\AA/VVA 
AA/WNA , 



ryv t^ W "^ the swampy ground in many parts 
-^ ilr © ' of Egypt. 

Peh ar-ti(?) -^^, ^ ^^^^"^-^ ^^ |J^^ 

^ -^ v-^ap Delta. 

Peh an ^ ^, _^ '^, a canal in 



:, B.D.G. 187, a 



the Nome Ament. 

Peh Bah ^ 

part of the Nome Am peh. 

Pehneter ^_^"]i=i, i< f^ ,i^i< 

jW- the back part of tlie Nome Aphrodito- 
f \ — ( ' polites. 



Peh QenuS ^_^ ^^, Mission 13, 4, 
the back part of Nubia. 

Pekh-t,Pekhit °; °^ "|]|]3 

^ , , D <A D ^ „ . 

^ , a temple of ^ liOr > -Sas , near Bern 

Hasan (Specs Artemidos). 



P-Khann n X /wvaaa, □ ] aawva. a 



I 1 AAA/VAA 



canal in the Nome Pathyrites. 

Pekhar ur Nehern 

IV, 587, the "Great Bend" in Northern Meso- 
potamia. 

P-serak a [1 'T^n ^, b.d.g. 221, 

" scorpion town " — a name of j (^^ ^^. 

\\ J '^ 
<cz:> n ^ , in the Western Delta ; Copt. TiecoK. 

Pesrun n fl '^^^ ^^Z, R.E. 2, 43, a 
I I -nmmr ©' ' ^''' 

town in Egypt. 



■Serk D n 



Dl^ 






^^ 



_D_' 



, a town in Nubia, ^eXxtv, Pselchis. 



Pesg re ° s^ 









Pest 



D 



(i£^, 



[©], B.D. 142, 94, a town 
3siris; var. ^ /^' 
R.E. 2, 43, a district ; 



famous for the cult of Osiris ; var. ^ f^' 



P-shaim' d 

near Memphis. 



position unknown. 

' o 



nrj 



, a village 



P-shet asht d "^^ (1 "^^^ A iiii, b.d.g. 



75, a lake in Heliopolis. 



1 



PeshnU ^0\>0, ^•^- 36, 2 a town 
7;:^ Jl of Khnemu. 

Peq, Pequ °t"' ° 



J^ ^, a district of Abydos ; see I V^ >^ © . 



„ D A cr-3 a A 
For _ , see 



Peq Khafra (^ G q ^.^ j °^, 

L.D. n, 12, a district near Memphis. 

□ A CT^ U A ^ U A r^ ^ 



Peqr 

D© ^D A ^ 

Peqr-t 



D 



Peqh 



, the tomb of Osiris at Abydos. 

□ *^^^^^^ ' ' the" canal of Peqr at 
^jsj;^^^ 1' Abydos. 

I , a seat of the cult of Isis. 



Peg rr ( I ^ > a district of Abydos ; see 
Peqr 

Pega 

PegUat°^];,5-Sce,e,^h^e^.ow„ 



D 
D 



. B.D. 169, 18, a town in 
Egypt. 

Sphinx 14, 164 a town in 
the Delta. 



Pegrer 



D 



name of a town and of a god. 



Sphinx 14, 166, a 
lake in the Delta. 



Peges ^f^5^'B.D. 142, n 18, the 



[ 995 ] 



Petat (?) ° {^ ^ ^'«*"^^ of "*^'^o- 

--=^ ^ ^ polls. 



a 



ra 



, B.D.G. 139, a 



Petaih (?) 

quarter of Memphis. 

^^^^ the capital of a district in Nubia; the 
^Tffff ' riT6/iw0i9 of Ptolemy. 

Petenher ° "^ ".° "^^^, 

/SAAAAA _ffi^ © /WVAAA .M^ H ill 

Mission 13, 4, a town in Nubia between the 
Third and Fourth Cataracts; Pontyris(?) 

;, "the 



Pet en Kam 

aven of Egypt 

Petentem 






heaven of Egypt" — a name of An (Heliopolis) 

D ^ o - 



. , Rec. 20, 114, 

a country conquered by Rameses III. 

Peterti(?), Merti (?), Ar-ti(?) 

-, the swamp land of the Nome of Ka-heseb ; 
, a town near Anu. 



1=^ 

Peterti 



;, Rec. 29, 146, 



, a mythological locality, and the low- 
lying land of the Nome %^ "^ ""^ (Cabasites). 



Petra 



D ^ 



1( 



uf Vi ni I 1 1 1 1 

/VAAAAA 



iv aaa/naa 
7=t ' 






large canal in the Tanite and Diospolite Nomes, 

Pteh an ° § '^, ^-D- 2, 50, a town in 
o A ^ © ' Egypt. 

Pteh men sankh ° ? "^^^ •?- ©, a 

Ci A AAA/VAA I 1 

town near An. 



Pteh nefer 



II 



■^ a town in 
©' Egypt. 



Pteh nefer mer Assa U -^ (| I ° 

ft T © , L.D. n, 80, an estate of King Assa. 

Pteh res aneb-f ° ? i " 



", a dis 
trict of Memphis. 

Ptehhe-tKa°|QU^,°yg 



U •" 






, a name of Memphis ; see Het Ka Pteh 



Pteh hes art n(?) °§i)-^ 

a town in the Libyan Nome- 



Pteh hetep ^ X 70 ^ © ' ^ '''"^^® '" 

the Sebennyte Nome. 



Pteh sankh ° § [1 ■?• S, ^ ^«^'" '' 
^ X I T © ' Nome of 

Pteh srut °|p^©. 



in the 
Xois. 

a town in the 
Delta. 



Pteh tet sheps ° 

near Memphis. 



Pet 



© 



,a town 



, B.D. 142, 



II, 12, 



D 



\> , a town in Egypt 






^c&- 



Mar. Aby. II, 4; 



[^£^, 



Rec. 8, 140, a Mediterranean country and 
people. 

Fetr Q£!^, IV, 792, a district in 



Syria ; situation unknown. 



P-tesh en Per Het-Her d ^a 

V I 



a district of Thebes. 
Petti shu ^"^^ R ^ Q^:^£l , Mar. Mon. 2, 2. 
P.tChatchaD|i©;^|||;.ee 



^; Copt. nX(Jl5X. 



Fa i ^^ JA /^7^ > a suburb of Memphis. 

Pat Heru '^--'^'^ ^ [©]> "B.D. 

141, 122, a town of Osiris. 

Fariua<_^^f]^,iv,,9,, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^^^=^ "^ 15 a temple of Osii'is in the 3rd Nome 
a c:^ O' of Upper Egypt. 

Penkhtt "^J^ ^^^ a foreign country; 
== 'V Jr I ^ ffl I ' foreigners. 



Pensh 5^^ ^1^ ; see Fenkhtt ^J5 ^W, 
Peram'aa '^"^ 1 (j .^ (] ^\ im^^, a 

district in Syria ; Alt-K. (439) compares Heb, 
□SI'^S (Josh. X, 3). 

3 R « 



[ 996 ] 



Pek, Pekau 



i, A.Z. 49, 130, 



V^ © , a town in Egypt. 



Peka J J D£^^, I, 56 = 



"^^zz:^ 



Uc 



C£}^, 



Turquoise land — the Sinaitic Peninsula. 

Peka . J © , a town near Lake Mareotis. 

Petiusha^ (?) '^-^ ] i] t] ^ KM t) '^. 

f\y\/i , Eg. Res. 81, 69, a district in Syria ; situa- 
tion unknown. 

Maa-t p^,^,3=,->P^, 

^ Q f) 3X , a district in the Sebennyte Nome. 



at Letopolis in Lower Egypt; (2) the great 
Judgment Hall of Osiris. 



Maati (?) 



f^^^^ , 



IV, 812, 



sanctuary in the Nome of Libya-Mareotis. 

Maamaa (Mam) ^n ^ , a town in 

Nubia, Primis (Ibrim). 

Maam, Maam (?) Q^ 

A M ^ ^^ I^' Kubban 6, a district and 
city in Northern Nubia, Primis (Ibrim). 

Maat kheru ^, Rec 27, 190, a 

town in the Nome of Sept. 

Maikhentka (?) ^ (]!] ^ V ^ 1' 

Nastasen Stele 57, a SAdani country; situation 
unknown. 

Mauaaa ^ "^ ^ "^ fj "^"l c^=^ » 

Gol. 4, 8, a country ; situation unknown. 

IV, 799, a SMani country ; situation unknown. 

Mau-t khenti ^ "^ ^ [fill fv > a 

district; situation unknown. 



Maat baiu Khufu f^^"^^^ 

_ ju^ ^ ^ ^^ estate of Khufu. 






Mabara _w 1^ ^<=:i>(^i~D, Mar. 

Karn. 52, 11, a district; situation unknown. 

Mam ^ "^ ^ , Bubastis 34A, a 

Sdddni country ; situation unknown. 

Manata ^'^^'''^''^1 fl ^^-^^ i Rec. 

20, 115, a Siidani country; situation unknown. 

Ma en Asar-Teni ^^ "^^ fl 1 m 

(I (I I , a district near Denderah. 

Ma-t en Het-Her ^^ 3 

a district in the Nome Pathyrites, 



\> ^A^AAA 



Ma-t en Tarr 

trict near Denderah. 



\> 



o 



, a dis- 



Manu ^ J^^, 53/ (M^^, cPo/ Jy,, 

^ \^ 1 0C5D , ODD/ , ^^ I ^ , 

the West, the country of the sunset. 

Maanra(?) _^ 



district; situation unknown. 



III 

, L.D. Ill, 219, a 



Marem' 



>^ I 



|'q^,l.d.iii, 



156, IV, 781, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known ; compare Heb. Di'^D. 



nr, 






the 1 6th Nome 



Hn 



Mahetch 

of Upper Egypt. 

Makha taui 

^l(l(jr-l=, lyf, "balance 
of the Two Lands " — a name of Memphis. 

Mas, Masi _-> H, ^ ^^, iv, 800, 

'^^{if \^ n^^vQ , Rec 20, 115, a Sudani 

country ; situation unknown. 

Masa '^ ^ ' , LH. 316. i' %( "d" 



^ ' , LH. 316, 3 



[ 997 ] 



R.E. 3,i6o, _^'^(j$l (s") C\>:^, a country; 
situation unknown. 

Mas khemi _> ® ^ (](] ®, R.E. 

II, 122, 12, 29, a town in Egypt. 

Masha ^ ^ "^ ^ , Nastasen Stele 
53, a town in the SfldAn. 

Magar _5. ^ 25 ^ =.. "| (w,, 

Anastasi I, 19, 2, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 



Mater (?) Herudkau ( ^ (| U ^]| 



-2as 



Matha ^ 



an estate of King Heruakau ; 
situation unknown. 



^ B.D. 116, 2, a 
© ' town of Neith. 



Mat &, ^^> , J^ 



Mar. 



Karn. 42, 23, ^^ ^ , Rec. 32, 65, ^ 

^^^^ ^ Jf %\ (^ ^^^- 32. 65, a suburb of 
W ^' ^^^' Thebes. 

Maareth ^= (1 '^ -^^ [vr^, Rec. 

20, 119, a country conquered by Rameses III. 
Mau I (] 7\"^[^^^^, IV, 796, Roller 4, 3, 

Rec. 20, 1 18, Mar. Aby. II 2, Q (1 ^ It^^HI, 

L.D. Ill, 229c, a Sftdini country; situation un- 
known. 

Man 



A/WV\A 






1 1 

swamp region of Bubastis ; U (1 



T=T 



, the 



. , a town in 

$ 

the Nome of Uatchet, Gau al-Kabir (?) 

Maraua |^ (] f] ^. |^^ f] 



, Rec. 12, 53, U .2ai 



m 



j^^, ,_, ^ Q I ^^, Mission 

13, 4, Meroe, the capital of the Island of Meroe 
in the Egyptian Sfidin ; van Berua 1 -jl^ ] 

g^ ; Gr. Mepoi). 



M&t rehen-t fi (1 *^ *^ 



Rec. 17, 95, Mit-Rahinah (?) near Sakkirah. 
Stone 21), a town in Egypt. 



Demot. Cat. 423, Moeris in the FayyOm. 

M'dkhasa (Mftkhsa) ^0— ofl T ^, 

^~~~ /] T 'o' ^^' ^^3' * ^^'S^""'*^^ *" Syria; situa- 
^ — fl H B I ' tion unknown. 

Mfiir (M'ir) "^^^ (](] ' ci^^a, Rec. 

20, 117, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

M'rrekhnasa ^ "^ S^f 

IV, 789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
MaS^U fl V\Q:£y], Rec. 24, 179, a dis- 
trict ; situation unknown. 

M'urrekhnasa jiu-fl ^ ^"^^^^ *^^ ® 

[^ IV, 789, a district in Syria ; situation 
I ' unknown. 



M'urm'r 



l\ 



, IV, 792, 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Mlimusa ^^=-° 



\Tl'^'^-^^- 



20, 116, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 
M'urqa ^ ^ "T" ^ "^^ I V, 794. a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Bfukautu^^V^ll^c^- 

Semnah Stele, a district in the Eastern Desert. 

M'uti "^^^ %>ll ()(] , IV, 791, a district 
Syria ; situation unknown. 

Mab(?) ^ , R. 22, 2, Andropolis. 

M'beg . 



m 



n_fl S Rec. 19, 21, a town 
JI © ' in Upper Egypt. 



M'n 






•P=T 



see 






M'ngenasa 



(WNA/yA A/S/VA/V\ 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



790. 



A^^AAA .^ . 



M'ntar ^^^ ;^^, Rec. 20, 118, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

M'ntchu ° ° "^ ^ f^/^/^ , Rec 20, 1 14, 

/\A/\A/W f _Zl 

a southern district conquered by Rameses III. 
correct reading is Antchem 
'^^'|tv>:Na,IV, 798. 



The correct reading is Antchem ^^ 



xzx: 



3 R 3 



[ 998 ] 



M'rm 



£u^ 



£U-i], 



' _ „ IV, 781, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
fv^»^ ' known; compare Heb. D'i"^t!i. 

T 



M'rm'am 



IV, 784, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

M'rm'r cm>£i , Rec 20, 1 1 5, 

a Slidani country ; situation unknown. 

M'haa(Mahi) ^-f:^'^(](2'|c^^, 

Harris Pap. I, i6b, a country; situation un- 
known. 

a district in Nubia near Primis (Ibrim). 



M'hanem' 



:[^:Ay]^ L.D. 



III, 252, 22, Mahanaim; compare Heb. D^ijllD 
Josh, xxi, 38. 

. M'hugaa ^^ ^ (j "^ C^£^^, L.D. 

III, 252, 119, a district in Syria conquered by 
Shishak I. 

iw D ^ 



M'khirp 

a town ; position unknown. 

M'khen 

^ n , a town near Edf<i. 



I, Alt-K. 494, 



O ©' 



M'kher ^ V^, a country in^the 

M'sakha ^^^£:u-il [^ T, IV, 782, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

M'shaar ^i^-c ^ (] ^, a^i) ^ 

[j*^[X£^, _fl|iIi2(j'^CV£V], IV, 782; 
compare Heb. ^t^t2??2 Josh, xix, 26, xxi, 30. 

M'shaua ^^^ ]M, "^ ^ ^> iv, 

792, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

M'shauasha ^^^JiIil'^-^'^IiH 



^ ^ [ Harris Pap. I, 10, 8, the land of 
I ^ I ' the Maxyes. 



M'shakasanra 



^ 



V*^* ' Eg. Res. 68, 76, a district in Syria; 
o^^^^i ' situation unknown. 



M'qata (Maqta) 



A 



^^""^ V\ " [M:^, IV, 782, a district in Syria; 
compare Heb. n"T|??2, Josh, x, 10. 

^t^ IV, 785, a district in Syria; compare 

-Zl ' ni^D, Josh. XV, 59, LXX Ma-/aijwe. 

M'qerput ^^a^, iv, 785, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



M'kaa (Maka) 






[M^, 



Gol. 4, 6, a country ; situation unknown. 

Makta (M'keta) ^^] (] c^^vq, 

[W], IV, 655, ^^] (j() [^^, IV, 781, 

^^^ ll(| I Ci£!^, Anastasil, 23, i, Megiddo; 

Heb. "iljrp, LXX Ma'^eSBw, Tall al-'Amarnah 



M'ketar 

w n 



] 1 0>k^] 

(1 3 E cr^ , tower, fort, a fortress in the 

Eastern Delta; Heb. ^il^p, Gr. M«7^w\o9, 
Copt. xxecTToX. 

M'keter ^^] *'^, iv, 784, a dis- 

trict in Syria; compare Heb. "i^'T^Q. 

M'keth^^^,IV,667,acoun. 

try; situation unknown. 

M'kthirr?) ^^^ ^"^ <^ cr^ , Rec. 
20, 118, Migdol(?) 

M'ktau J^ "^ (] ^ [W], L.D. 3, 



252, 27, Megiddo; compare Heb. ii;ip 
I Kings iv, 12. 

M'g l>vfi S 

M'ga, M'gana ^^ s 

S ^ "^ ® ' a town in Egypt. 



, Rec. II, 168, Mycia. 



[ 999 ] 



M'gatir, M'gatil 

Migdol, in the Eastern Delta; see 

or- 

M'gat;en ^ S ^ ^. n, 158, 

Macedonia ; Gr. MaKeSovia. 

M'gir (Megir) ^ S ()() ^, Rec 

20, 117, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

M'tenu ;^, ;^ ©, '^"^, B.D.G. 

1041, the 22nd Nome of Upper Egypt (Aphro- 
ditopoHtes). 

M'tenu 

the Nome of the same name. 

M'tenu ent Sep .^ ^^^^ feci 

\ \c ^' ^ district near Khera^ia. 

M'thna (Methen) |\ ^[v^^.iv, 

n n -^^'^^ (. n 

616, 1k (v\^, Rec. 20, u6, ^^^^ 






, the capital of 






IV, 589, a district in Northern Syria ; varr. 



A/SAAAA /\A/\AAA 



I '^^^' O-^ I) I I I t^^' 

al-'Amarnah ^ <c:: ^^f ^^^f -4" 5^- 



Tall 



M'ti 



cAa> 



0^^>uO 



1. 



Nastasen Stele 6i, a country in the SCldin ; 

(X) I , the 

I 
I. 



natives of the country 



M'tch 



^^ 



U^ 



a town 



£ ill D=t^^' ^ 
near Lycopolis. 

M'tchana ] ^^|^ ^.^^ ^, 

IV, 782, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Muau ^^ A' ^^' 797, a Saddni 
country ; situation unknown. 

Mu& ^^ !1 Ci^^, IV, 804, a Sddani 
country ; situation unknown. 

IVVVV\ 

'^ , a canal 



_ /SA/yA/VA 

Mu ent Antch aaaaaa 

AAAAAA 

5, 93, a canal in the Delta. 

AAAA/ 

Mn ent Pteh (?) 

in EdfA ; var. 



AAAAAA Ci 
AAAAAA r-l 

AAAAAA AA/\AAA 



3^=1 



AAAAAA MAAAA ^ " »> /-» 

Mu nesert ^ '^ (La lake of 

boiling water in the Tuat. 



AA/V*AA Q 

Mu neter a/^^ ] 

sacred canal of EdfO. 



/•^ AAAAAA 

. AAAAAA 



I, the 



Muset(?) vvwyvR 

AAAAAA I 



AA'VNAA 

ww>A 1 1 Rec. 20, 115; see 



AAAAAA ^ . - 

Mushanth aaaaaa j^f j 



f^^^^ 



, Mar. Aby. 



^AAAAA ^ ^ ^ AAAAAA J|.i;< /VVAAAA ^ ^ ^ "^ AAAAAA 

11,4,2, ^l] Vl^' IlIU K\, ^ 

"\ /] *| p^^ Alt-K. 510, a country; situation 
H I ' unknown. 

Muqet-t (?) ^ d "aL, '^^ "^"^f °^,^ 

• ^ ' AAA^ 1 1 (^^ country (?) 

Muka(?) AAAAAA |_j <^ f\/\/i , IV, 802, a 

A^vvAAA rr^ 

SOddni country ; situation unknown. 

Mebushu ^ J ^cza ^, IV, 798; 

MebutU^J^-^.IV, ;98,^ 

u ^ 0£^, Rec 20, 114, a southern country 

conquered by Thothmes III ; var. ^v U ^ 

s=*^, IV, 798. 

Mebeq (Meqeb ?) i — ^ J ;Xi. 

Ombos I, 130, a district ; situation unknown. 



Mefki 



©, Sphinx 14, 167, 
SQQ ©, Rec 11,158, 

AAAA 
AAAA 

r^, a 



a town in the Delta. 

Mefkgi 

a foreign city. 

Memu, Memmu (?) 

town in the Fayyfim. 

Memtu (Memut) ^ ^^tk [tea], 

IV, 798, a Sddani country conquered by 
Thothmes III. 

Memthu ^^ = ^.^^ 

se=3^[v£\^, IV, 798; see ^^^ 

Men ^ -f^, Re^- 34, I, a shrine at 
O c. I Abydos. 

3 R 4 



Ci£^. 



[ 1000 ] 



AiVVWA /VSA/VW 

D Ci /SAA/V/NA D Ci 



i***^ o 



I AA/W/VA 
AAAAAA 



]U6n " t AAAAAA 

AAAAAA , a canal in the Nome Tekh 

Aaaaaa > t 

AAAAAA 1 ^ 5!J' town of Osins. 

Menas "^^^ rl ^, "^^ jl ^ ©, Rec. 

AAAAAA eJ ?c3 AAAAAA cJ I 1 

(i) a town near the modern Tall al-Kabir; 
(2) the district of Minya. 

Men^s-t ^^ fl " ^ / P^'^ f')VA^' 

AAAAAA JJ CI] ^ pie of Edffi. 

MenaSUt ^^^^ rl rl rj /\ , the pyramid 

AAAA/V\ cU dJ lU ' ' 

of Userenra at Sakkarah. 



Menankh ' — ' ^ A, 

AAAAAA 1 ■ ' 



Menat Khufu 



AAAAAA ftSfrf 

of the nurse of Khufu," Minya. 



• (/^T 



the pyramid of 
Neferkara. 



® , "the town 



P 



Menu <^ the 9th Nome of Upper Egypt 
''"'^ ' (PanopoHtes). 

Menu khenti 



with the cult of Menu. 



Menut 



V-rjs — AAAA/ 



'^^ \\ 



AAwvA , a town 



^,^, IV, 803, 






'^^f^^ 



:, };;^^^=f '^^('^^f, IV, 799, a SMani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Mennu kherp Khakaura ^^ ft 

AAAAAA I I 1 

^ a fortress built by Usert- 
O Q ^l V 1 » sen III at Kummah in the 

Third Cataract. 



(Z3V]' 



Mennus ^^^^ ^ 

AAAAAA —21 



■*^ **" Rec. 19, i8, a 
f^/vn ' district. 



Mennu Senmut ^^ 



0^ 



nr3 



^^ ^^, the fortress of Biggah. 

Menmentt .^iiii^ .iiiiiii - - ^ "3 "^^ 

AAAAAA AAAAAA ''•'^^ ""^ AAAAAA 

„ , a region in the Fayyftm. 

AA/^/\A ^:i© 

Menmenu "^^ '^^, f^^- 32. 64, a 

AAAAAA 000 shrme of Amen. 

AAAAAA U I I AAAAAA V I I <t^ 
© A^VSAAA Ci ^ AAAAAA <i _■ ■> I I W 



AAAAAA 



l*^"^ 



(3 <=i 



I ©, A.Z. 49, 130, I 

V <d^> AAAAAA U 

Demot. Cat. 423, Memphis, the tomb of Osiris, 
T«'0o9 'Oaipilo^. From this name are derived 
the Coptic forms AJLCJUL^e, JULGJUL^I, 

juiertqi, juLeqi, juLeitc|)econ, Assyr. 

Men nefer ''^^^ t /\ , the pyramid of 

AAAAAA I i 

King Pepi Meri-Ra. 

Men-t Nefer-kheperu-Ra ua-en- 

Ra A/v>AAA ( OlwJi I Rec. 15, 39, 47, 

C^ ^ \ O V*y A AAAAA ^ /| 

the town of Amenhetep IV, the modern Tall 
al-'Amarnah. 



Menti-nenu 5;;;^ 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



" \ AAAAAA two 

c, \\ nnm i o (2 aaaaaa 
rocks in the First Cataract, the K/>w0/ and MtD0< 
of Herodotus (?) 

ti^^ R ^ a town in the Libyan 

Nome. 



Menh 



Menheb ^^ § flrT] ®, ^ 'T '" 

AAAAAA A ^ 'sdC' ■ ^^ 



^gypt- 



^^3 



AAAAAA 



Men Khufu (e^ w.^ ] 

estate of Cheops. 

Mensa qebh ^^^^ 9 iv S » "^^^ 

AAAAAA /\ lA ^ H 

an estate of King Tetkara. 

Mensau diii^ ^ [j ^, iv, 798, ^ [|1] 

D %\ rv"^ ■^^^- ^^' ^^"l-' ^ southern country 
H _^ ^' conquered by Thothmes III. 

Menqeb Khufu fSY^Y] 
A III ® , an estate of Cheops. 

Mentheb "^^^^ J D D 17 ®, a town 
founded by Cheops. 

■ Hint o j mini. « ^ 

Mentch "^^^ r^, Rec. II, 79, "^^ ^ 

AAAAAA © \ h/\N^f^ ' 

'^ © , a town in Egypt. 

Mentchefa ^^^'^ 



?, an estate 

AAAAAA "<— ^V .ZOS' 

of King Kakaa. 

Mer ^^ ^•^* ''°'. 5' ^ temple of Osiris 
^[73' in the town of Sheten. 

Mera """^^ (] f © ; see Ta Mera. 
Merau(?) ^([^^=^^.1^,873, 

a country or nation. 



[ 1001 ] 



"^ © Meroe, capital of the Meroitic 
fW/> ' kingdom; Gr. Mepoij 

the sacred boat of 
Athribis 



Merau ^^ 

MeraheUa ^ () '^ (] "^^ iv, 80 

a Sflddnl country ; situation unknown. 

Mer Atem '^' | (] ^ j^ 

Rec..,,,55,^'|k,l)£^G| 
Pithom (?) 

Mer ankh Assa (T^^Tl ^ "f 

an estate of King Assa. 



cn: 



Mer ankh Ra Assa het 

O y^ TT © , an estate of King Assa. 

Meri, Merti 1=1 (](] 1=1, 1=1 ^ ()() 

1^=1, a district in the Nome Sept. 

Meri-t *^ 



city, e.g., 






, port, harbour of a 

^-^ AAftAAA ,1 1 1 1 1 1 1| 

=^ B.D.G. 57, the port 
^ * of Memphis. 



lA^-' 



var. 



Meri-t 

Mareotis. 



AAAAAA 
/VWAAA 



t I AA/WV> ^-^ 



7=T 



Mer ur .t^^ ^A/w^A ", -^=7 ^=* 



, , X "=1 Lake Moeris in the 
' ^<==> I' Fayydm. 



1 ' I VA^A'V 



-^ ci© the Nome Metehtes. 

Mernefer ''^1'^^ ® ,3=ilfe, 

a town in the Nome CynopoHtes. 



O 



Mer nefer Het Sahura 

I ^ , a town founded by King Sabura. 

Mer-tneterit ^'^1<=>^,A.z.i907, 

46, a town in the Delta. 

Merhu (?) 1^ ^'^%c\£\>], IV, 801, a 

SGdini country ; situation unknown. 

MerHerui(?) ^ ^, a canal in the 
Nome Ka heseb. 



Merr he-t ka Assa (X^Tl § 

11 ^ LJ © , the Ka town or temple of Assa. 

Mer Sept KakaA fUUT] h\^' 

a town built by King Kakaa. 

Mer Sesheta Her6,kau (^^(JU^j 

T*^ y^ , an estate of King Herakau. 

-^^ IV, 797, a Sfldini country; situation un- 
I * known. 

Mer gerh 1=7- S 8 p=^ ^ , the name 

of a locality near the Labyrinth. 

MArf f\ *^~^ll "^ Herusatef Stele 149, 
.M. I ()©' aSftdinitown. 

Mer Tern '(>• ^^jl © , tj^ ^j^, Meddm. 

Meha ^TD h [V;^, IV, 801, a sadani 
country ; situation unknown. 

Meh^i;,^!^^,^;, 



^\,^ 



0^0 o 



■ 1 1 1 1 1 

^ on ^^'^'^^^ 

^ = R J ^ , the modern Minya, 



o "^O 



, the temple of 



Osiris at Elephantine. 

Meh-t Q ' , °"=^/vrtwvA, a canal in the 



T=T 

Nome of Mahetch 



Mehti &h aatu ve>.^ (j "^ ^ 






, Rec. 27, 50, a name of Magharah. 



Mehi °*=^ 



T ' 



•, °^ 






a canal in the Nome Nefer Ament. 



f^/vo 



, a town 



Mehi ^^Ijljg, °°S 

in Northern Nubia, Meae (?) 

Vlefyx °°N f ^ I; ©. IV. 9S3. °°S 

'^ the northern half of Egypt — the Delta; 
© ' Copt. eXJL^IX, JUL^IX. 



[ 1002 ] 



Mehen en Mehurt ^^ -w^^^ «*4^ ^i^-n 



<::3>AwsA«, a name of Sni (Latopolis). 



Mehtchem' 



[t^yj] 



, IV, 



798, a Sfldani country ; situation unknown ; var 
Me.chhen,-|^-^i|^f^. 

Mekhataui '^ ^ '^ 



a name of 
' Memphis. 



see Sekhem (Leto- 
polis). 



Mekhem 



Mekhsherkher 

ti^^ Nastasen Stele 55, a SCldani country; 
o I * situation unknown. 

(sic) 

Mekhthenif (?) ^ f ^^. Hem- 

satef Stele 97, a Sfidini town ; situation unknown. 

Mekhthenintiteqth (?) 



W ^^ — ^_g c. Nastasen Stele 46, a Sudani 
-A ^ \\ I I I © ' town ; situation unknown. 

Mesper en Ma-t ensa Heru her 

Denderah. 



Mesen-t 



oCTD 






-p-r^-fiv 



, a sanctuary of Heru-Be^iut. 



Mesen-t aabtt | ^^ ® f 

a district of Edffi. 

Mesen-t amentt ftl 'U '"^^ © | 

a district of Edfft. 

Mesen-t meh-t^V 5- ""Tri 






Mesen-t res-t 



tsifcsl 



a name of 
Edf{i. 



Meshet ^ ll | o I, IV, 799, a Sftdani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Meskhen-t 



oCTD 



• 



, Ombos. 



MeSSheS ^. r-n-i f\/\/i , I V, 802, a Sadllnl 
country; situation unknown. 



Mest.Mesth^^.ftip],^p 

, IV, 798, a Sfid^nl country conquered by 



Thothmes III ; var 



Mesta 
Mest 



A^ A.Z. 38, 18, a town 
— ' in Egypt. 



, Piankhi 



Stele 122, a town of Lower Egypt. 

Mest n c^^AAA/wv, n I, 

I I /VAAA/V\ I I I 



IAAA/W\ J IV, 800, 
AAAA/V\ 

a Stiddni country ; situation unknown. 

Mesha f\ TiM S.. Herusatef Stele 156, 
a Sudani town ; situation unknown. 

Mekanu(?)|^^^g,Rec..3, 

62, Lycopolis. 

MekeS ^;c^:6 ■>*»-=' , Rec 35, 192, a name 



, Sphinx 14, 169, 



of the Nome ''~^ | • 



Mekter 

Migdol; Heb. h'\iyCl. 

Mekter pef Bratchapnu ^v ^^ 

Migdol of Baal Zephon. 

Mekter peh Sai (?) ^ ^ ^ -^^ 

g. g^ Sphinx 14, 169, Migdol behind 
IJ^' Sai. 



Mekter ta sata (?) 

n^^f*^""^ Sphinx 14, 169, Migdol of the 
I ^^-^ © ' land of 

Megubet ^^ J S» ^^^- i9> 21, a town 
near Asydt ; Copt. JUL^.rtK^.na5T", Arab. 

Metun en ka, Methun en ka 



^^ jt:H 



s ('^a.^^ 



^ 



^^ , Amenemhat I, 



2, 2, 3, the place where bulls run, arena. 

Meturt ^^"^7^]' I^' 797, aSddani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Meter 



O c^ 



, a town in Egypt. 



[ 1003 ] 



Metra, Metla 

II, 141, Metelis. 

Methen shet \ 

in the Saite Nome. 

Mett 






®, Rec. 



C3CII 



, a place 



Metn&t 



C:^^ Herusatef Stele 78, a 
o ! * country in the SOdin. 

(j 5 ©, Peasant 38, 

n ^ ^ Gol. Hamm. 12, 99, a town; 
1 iCi 6?^' situation unknown. 



^^ a sanctuary at Elephan- 
^©' tine. 



Metch ^^^ 

IV, 799, a Sudani country ; situation unknown, 

Metchau ^i^^a-a. Uemot. 

Cat, 20, a district ; situation unknown. 

Metchar |\ i ^. Nastasen Stele, a 
^ Stldani town. 



', Rec, 



Na&skhanhu "^ (J ^ " 

14, 66, an island in the Nile. 

Na&rrutf \()^?^ 

(1 ^"^^^^ "gX '^, B.D.G, 1063 ; see N-rutef 

Na aui en pa sekh user 



UlllUD 



a district in the 
Nome Metelites. 



__ _ . ___ ^AAAAA I I IIII I II 

Na aui en Hap "^ 'wvaaa v d 

J^ -mnmr X t=t 

^ "the gates of Hap " — a district in the Nome 
® ' Metelites. 

AAAAAA K r\ r-i 

Na p n Kama hui ''^ uU izzi 

© r-^'-^ IS H *^ ' a place at Pathyris. 

Nait "^ UU ^ , B.D.G. 1064, a town 
near Tall al-YahOdiyah. 

Naun 1k -^ -mnmr, IV, 784, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Nabur ""^ jr^ c^!^ , Rec. 20, 1 1 7, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Naap 



, IV, 791, a district 



in Syria ; situation unknown. 

A.Z. 1865, 28, a country in the SQdin ; it pro- 
duced root of emerald, j| o . 

see N-rutef '^'^. 

Narrutf 1^ *^^^ "S^"^' ^^^ N-rutef 



ra w 

A/NAAAA 
9 /VAAAAA 



Nahrina 



D-Q^, IV, 36, 
I r^>"^ , Anastasi IV, 



1 5, 4 ; see Nehama. 
Nakhasa 1^ T ^ to" -^ s | q^^£i, 

Anastasi I, 27, 6, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Naqbesu "^ ^ J P ^ 1 ^^^^' ^^•^• 

III, 160, a country ; situation unknown. 

ftAA/VAA n *\ 

Nagbu V. S JpO C^^^; see Negbu 
Natuba \^^ v^ '^. l^' 79°, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Natkina ^J ^^ ^, IV, 79., a dis- 

trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Nathana IK ^^ "^ | O^^^, Anas- 
tasi 1, 2 1, I, a district near Tyre. 



A/WV/V\ ^T /WAAAA c _. » Q,JU.^ 



^ ^, B.D.G. 163, the 

D I s C^O^ 

capital of the Northern Meroitic kingdom at the 
foot of the Fourth Cataract, Napata. 

Nanitf -^^^'^^ see Nerut-f 

^ o • 

Naa fl K\ x^ , a town in Egypt 



[ 1004 ] 



Nam'na 



/\AA/V\A A/V\AA/\ 



a A 



IV, 784, a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; 



/V\/N/SAA AAAA'NA 



varr. 



(Alt-K. 570); Heb. ]9^3. 



Nar 



A^ ''^ A ^-^r- 'I'hes. 1251, a district of 
V ^' <=> Y ^ "' Hensu (Herakleopolis). 

Ni ^^ (j(j Q^,- ^^ ()() ] [W], IV, 

698, 788, 893, a district in Syria ; Assyr. 

V j^ 5^^ <irf. 

Niu (Neniu?) fl() %.!!., Rec 

32, 68, the Equatorial Lakes. 



CyXQ' 



Nirab 



w 



Q£!^, IV, 790, a dis- 



trict in Syria ; situation unknown ; Gr. N?)/>ay3or, 
Akkad. Neribu (Zimmern, Akkad. Fremden- 
worter, 43). 



Nishapa 



w 



,iv, 



790, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



"""^ O^ the canal of the 
^•7~~.S^ "' _2r 1 — I ' ,T~~s^ 1— i' Nome Ka Kam. 



Nui (Nenui?) 



^ 



AAAA/V\ AAA^^A 

Avvvv\ r^ \ 

AA/VWA D (2 



'^^^ , the great canal of Abydos, which fed 

the stream into which offerings were thrown 
.near the temple of Osiris ; this stream or lake 
was supposed to represent the primeval watery 
mass out of which all things were created. 



AA/VVV\ ,^-v 

Nu-t (Nenut ?) aa — s. " 



.© 



_d^'D ^t=t' 
the chief canal of the Nome Am peh. 

Nu (Nenu ?) Set •'^ 1=1 5_r, 

the canal of the 
Nome of Set. 



Nu-t aau 



D e 



^S-J, 



a name of An (Heliopolis) 

Nu-t Amen 



, B.D.G. 1072, 



I 1 AAAA/VA I 

of Amen," i.e., Thebes ; Heb. r^}2i^ fc^j , Assyr 

Nu-tAteh-t ^ (jci^l 

marsh city"; Gr. ^aOw, Assyr. >-::yy 



the " town 



AAAAAA (( f hfj 



Nu-t aa-t ® *^", ® K, the "great 
city " par excellence, i.e., Thebes. 

Nu-t Uast ent Amen ® © 1^ 2 

^^AAAA (\ ,1111111, 

[J , Dream Stele 11," the city Uast of 

Amen," i.e., Thebes in Upper Egypt. 

Nu-t urt © :^, ® ^ © ^, 

"great city," i.e., Tanis. 

Nu-t meht ^'^, © °°^, ® 

• Oil \> 01 o\> O I 



°^ 



V, "the city of the North," i.e., Thebes of 



the Delta (Diospolis Parva) ; var. 

^© 

Nu-t mes[t] nut 

, 18, Dem( 
(metropolis) ; 



°^ 



\ Rec. 



o I III I o I 

33, 18, Demot. Cat. 423, "mother of cities" 

Q ^\> ^ « city of cities," i.e., 

o I III I ©' Thebes. 

^ 



Nu-t en Amen 



o 



"city of Amen," i.e., Thebes. 

Nu-t ent Bak © O^ 

o I o 
""^ ^ 1K ^ B.D.G. 186, capital of the 



Nu-t neb-t heh 



o I 



tl 
Nome Tuf. 

O 8, "the 



city, lady of eternity," i.e., Thebes, 



Nu-t en Nubit 



c:^ 






, Den- 



derah. 

Nu-t ent Hep ® O fej, d 

, the capital of the Nome Ament. 



CTD© 

Nu-t enth heh 



o 



O g > A A Q>2^' 

" eternal city " — a name of the Other World. 



5^f]©' 



Nu-t en ka pefs 

Panopolis. 

Nu-t ent thebti 

o I O O C) 

B.D.G. 926, "city of the two divine sandals" 
the modern Atfih, ^^j,^\ . 

Nu-t kheper ®, f , o'^^Z' ^ 
Of 



, Abydos. 



[ 1005 ] 



Nu-t Kheper tchesef 



OO 



Thebes. 

Nu-t shesit (?) 



^. 



, Lib. Fun. II, 89, a town in Egypt. 
NukartA © ^ ' ](j ©, Sphinx 14, 159, 
Naucratis; var. Q *—^ 



Nu-t Tern 



Rec. 24, 184, An- 
^ O ' nales i, 186. 

^ = Per Tern '^^ 



y^=^ |, An (Heliopolis). 



Nub 



, the Nome Ombites. 



Nubit, Nubti mi^J ^ , U. 285, M. 210, 

000 



fWl ^^ , ry ^, Ombos; Copt. eiUL^CO, 
tOJUL^OIt, Arab. ^1 ^^. 

Nub ''^''^, ^^, Rec. 10, 141, 15, 160, a 
town near Ballas (Pampipis ?) 

Num'ana (Nenum'ana) 



VSAAAA ^A/^AA/\ 



o 



\^ 



, IV, 784, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Nurnas (Nenurnas?) 

^/v^/^AA 

Nuhtem , — ^ « , r, n , ^ 

[vx^, IV, 798, r^ 5 cy\^, a dis- 

trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



IV, 793, a country in Syria , situation 

unknown. 



Nuges 



O 



s 



Qrf}^, see Anaugasa 



Nuthana (Nenuthana ?) i"^-^ 7^ 

^^^n^ IV, 792, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
_^' known. 

Nebata 'w^aaa \ i^^ ^ O , a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown ; compare Heb. 

n-ini (Alt K. 567). 



Nebaru 



n O fl ci a town in the 



Nome Am-peh. 



f 



• ^. •¥■ 



Neb ankh ^37 ■?• - , 1 - , 

g^ " Lady of Life "—the Necro- 
© ^" ' polis of Thebes. 



1} 



, a town in the Thebaid (?) 



^ ^, Canopus- 



0:^^, 



AAAAAA J ^ ®, a town in the Thebaid (?) 

Stele 9 ; a mistake for A "^^^^^ A (1 ''^ (I (I 
Auntanai, Cyprus ; see also Asi. 

Neb neter ^^37 |-^^ , the canal of EdfA. 

Nebes Seneferu QT^J] Tp 

an estate of Seneferu famous for its mul- 
berry trees ; situation unknown. 



Neb-t seger-t ^z 

, the district of Busiris; var, 



P 






AAAAAA ^ 

Nepau ^ ^ c^y:^, iv, 805, 

Siidani country ; situation unknown. 

Nepi 



Nepi 



D 

AAAAAA 



Sphinx 14, 159, a town 
in the Delta. 



AAAAAA I I 

AAAAAA , Nastasen Stele 9, 

AAAAAA Q_J 



AAAAAA l\ t\ AAAAAA .-. C\ 

III, 139, ^ 1']:3:\] rfj' "^' '^^' 

see Nepita 



D 



/SAAAAA 
^AAAAA 



AA/NAAA ^^ AAAAAA 

Nept, Nepita ^^j^^, m, 139. ^ 

AAAAAA (• / n AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA f^ (^ ^^t^^J 
'AAAAAA \y AAAAAA, AAAAAA ^^ 

lO AAAAAA D 1 ^^ U 






AAAAAA f\^ AAA^A^ 
AAAAAA , 
AAAAAA ^i' U 



11r:\D^' 



town situated at the foot of the Fourth Cataract, 
the capital of the Northern Nubian Kingdom, 
the Napata of classical writers. Its ruins lie 
opposite Gebel Barkai. 

Nener T" "^ ^'I^- '^i, "7. a town of 

jNeper Jj ^^^.^^ 



[ 1006 ] 



Nepriuriu , ,, „ (](1 ^ , ^^ 

J-V, 792, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 






Nefur(Tauur?) 2^^©,i^ 

^ ^, B.D. 131, 10, I^ ^ © ^, B.D. 
142, II, 14, Z^ "^^2^0, Siiisin II, 6, 



A (0 



, a quarter of Abydos. 



T 

Nefer(?) ^^^j^z, b.d. 125, 11, 

39, swamp land in the Delta. 

Nefer(?)Aabti ^ "^4, the 8th 

Nome of Lower Egypt (Heroopolites). 

Nefer(?) Amenti ^ ^r l, the 

7th Nome of Lower Egypt (Metelites). 
Nefer 1 ^^, a town in the Delta. 



Nefer f /\ , the pyramid of King Assa. 

Nefer a™tyjj^/he_^py;-.d^of 
Nefer asut Khafra I jlj] jl ^ 

f O S ^^^ |» ^" estate of King Khafra. 

NeferauAssa f\\ ^^ ()1! a\>0, 

an estate of King Assa. 

Nefer ankh Herakau f^flLJ^l 

1 T* x^ ^ > ^'^ estate of King Herakau. 
1 S© • 

Nefer uatu Khakaura 1^5^ 

f O Q y j Rec. 13, 202, a canal made by 
Usertsen III in the First Cataract. 

T '^"=^U\ n '^^ P.S.B. 13, 516, a town near 
6<=> JT I ©' Minya. 

Nefer en her(?) Assa np^^pljl 

6 ^ 



-gas 



, an estate of King Assa. 



Nefer her I "^ ©, A.z. 35, 19, a district 



in Baasta 



n 



Nefer hesut Assa ( {] - 

^ -5. , an estate of King Assa. 

Nefer hetep Khufu f® ^.^ ^1 

I ^ > an estate of King Khufu. 

Nefer heteput Sahura TomT^I 

^ , an estate of King Sahura. 



B.D. 153A, 26, a 
town in Egypt. 

«Qq a town in 
© ' Egypt. 



Nefer sen T 
Nefer seh an T 
Nem-t 



c^CTD 



cr-D, B.D. 125, II, the 
slaughter house of the god Unemsnef -^[- V\ ^ 

K^-w Mil' 

Nem-t Sekhmit ^ o {^ ®, the 

slaughter house of the goddess Sekhmit. 

Nemmit, Nemit ^^0(1 



\>' 



\> 



, a district 



V 



in the Nome of Set. 



Nemnem T^' jr, "h- ^38, the name 

of a place (?) 

__ , . iVAAAyvA Z^^^^^ZfK AAAAAA <^2sl /WVWV C:^ \\ 



D 



^, 



^\\ 

w 



canal of the Nome Coptites 

Nenurm'nnatcha 



J^^, the name of the 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 

I I I m 



o Jr 

IV, 789, a district in Syria; 
situation unknown. 

Nerau A 1 , ^ country ; situation 

<ci=> S Ei!^ unknown. 

,-n— 'j ^ „ , the " place where nothing 
grows " — a sanctuary of Osiris at Hensu. 

of Memphis ; (2) a part of Athribis. 

AAAAAA y^ AAAAAA ^^? AAAAA^ 

^ /VNAAAA 

^^C^£^^, ^ /^^^, a town, in 
Northern Nubia, Noa (?) 



Nehaut p. v^ o 



[ 1007 ] 

i, B.D. 125,11, 



21, a district in Memphis (?) 

Nehana^t ^-^^g, IJerusatef 
Stele 159, a town in the Egyptian Sfldan. 

Nenarna, Neherna J3^ 

AAAAAA 
^AAAA ^^ - .^ AAAAAA 

fll \\ 



WVA/\A AAA/\/V\ 



AAAAAA ^ -^ 

IV, 710, A.Z. 1880,82, r-, \\ Q£HI,IV,649, 

A/SA/\AA /WVSAA 



AAAAAA AA^AAA 



cv>^, IV, 698, ra , IV, 






ra 






] iw,, IV, 9, ;^ fU^ 

l^^^/l , AUK 578, 



w 

WVAAA V 

> .. -. _ 71- 

..„ . w ^, -2^ 

^^A/^A^ AAAAAA < ^ -^ /^^AAAA 

~''''~^- — \\ Ci^^jThes. 1123, 



AAAAAA 



_d' ra\\cN:£\>D' ra 

a portion of Mesopotamia; Heb. D'^'^n;; Tall 
al-'Amarnah ;«a/ Narima X"*" »~*^f "^fM *^T 
(Berl. 91, 32), mat Na-akh-[ri]-ma V ^ *-< 
[^!f<T] ^I (Bftlak tablet). 

Nehi 



ra 



D£2^, "sycamore land. 



Neham^f |;,^Yf = 

Vf''^^' ^^.^ 'own near 

Lake Mareotis. 

Nehim-u -ji- | (](] ^=r m^, IV, 804, 

a Sildani country ; situation unknown. 

Netiestt ^ 1^^, _|^c-^, 

^^^^ X ^5' ^^' ^°°' ^^^^ \ P' ^^^^'■"™o Stele, 
l^lp'^.Herusa.efS.eles^^lp^, 
the Land of the Negro ; \\ | ^"^ I , -vwnaa 8 H 
] , , , . negroes. 

Nekhir (Nekhel) <~> i^i^!^ t^ 

Anastasi IV, 15, 7, stream, river; Heb. ^TO, 
Syr. fi^LuLj , Gr. Nt/Xo?. This Yiver is pro- 
bably the "river of Egypt," D";*^^ ^TO of 
Num. xxxiv, 5 = Assyr. *^\ ^»- X**- 1^ 4^ V 
(Budge, Esarhaddon, 119). 

Nekheb-t ^ ^ J ^^ Palermo Stele, 
y 0,U.4594J;^,T.33240j 

;4oj©4j;,p.29o,:)..j 



C3ID 



\l%' \l^' :i-J8. \\T^' 

capital of the 3rd Nome of Upper Egypt 
(Eileithyiaspolis). 

Nekhbu ^ j) U. ^ I^ve Songs 2, 4, 
Q ^ Ji low-jymg lands. 

Nekhen|^,P.,..^'^.B.D.,5. 

. „ © t W > ^AAAAA [_ _J 

Litanie 8, /wwaa n,n^ IV, 11 26, © ^ . 

»A^ \>© ~^ o ^'^^'^ o ^r^o n «--w-> 

^ 1 © , C3ZD , © <?^ > '^'^~^, 

^A^AAA L_ _J ^/>AA^^ I I /wvn/\a I I vwvva © Q 

^ ' ' , Ft>©. the capital(?) of 

the 3rd Nome of Upper Egypt (Hierakonpolis), 
Kom al-Ahmar. 

Nekhen neshen ^d P^ ^ , ^^ 
Nekhen neshen rr^ „ ^ ^ aa^ws^ 

/ ^ AAAAAA ^AAAAA ^'^'^^ ^^— ^^ ^ '^'^^ttRrf 

Nesdf ^"^ (1 ^^, a town near Sais. 

Nes-t ur en neb nebu ^ t^ .^^^ 

^111 the temple of Khnemu in 
1 ' Sni (Asni) 

Nes ba T©t ^~1 (^^^iffl ^*^'''^^''^''"' 
Nes M:enu-ti(?) ^^^©. A.Z. 

35, 18, a town in the Hermopolite Nome. 



Nes-t neteru 



tr-zi 



ll©' 



Edffl. 



Nes-t en tchet Neb tcherit ^ 

Z^ B* Denderah. 



O' 



Nes-t Ra ^ 
Nes-t Her 






, Denderah. 



^", j^OS^, EdfQ. 



Nes-t Herui ^ 

on 

Horus and Set at Panopolis 

Nes-t Het-Her ^ "^ 
Nes-t taui ^ 



, a temple of 
. , Denderah. 



:an EXS' 



S r-^ " Throne of the I'wo Lands," i.e., 
a W n n ' Thebes. 



[ 1008 ] 



Neserser (Serser?) (|(| ^> b.d. 

2 2, 7, a lake of fire in the Tuat. 

Nesgestt '^^^^ fl i^^^, P. 332, 

, M. 635, the name of a country 
or god. 



Nesh-t i=sg, Rev. 10, 141, 



D 






n ^ , Ptolemais ; Copt. 



il'^OI, "^0^1, the modern Manshiyah. 

Neshau '^ r^ ^, iv, 805, a SAdini 



country; situation unknown. 

- Neshat Khufu [^T^S M 

^g7 "^^ %^ © > an estate of King Khufu. 

ftAAAAA A 

Neshen 00 a4. ©, Edf^. 

AAAAAA 'I^J^ 



^AAA^A 



Nega s ^^Jcw), P. 368, ^ 

.(2 S Rec. 29, 165, a district ; situa- 

^-^ 1^ ^ tion unknown. 

Negba ^ J (<^ t^ , IV, 890, Southern 
Palestine; Heb. 133. 

Negbu^J^,'7J^iw3, IV. 

783, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

AAAAAA VJ I I I 



Netauka 



Qi^^, 



Rec. 20, 113, 117, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Netit(?) OU^.seeNetit 



Net em pekhar -ww^a 

^li A/VSAAA 



', Rev. 

27, 84, the ocean surrounding the world. 

Neter =j<|>, l^^g. 1fS. 

^ ©, the temple of Isis, 'IffG?*!/, at Hebit 
IJ (][)^^ ^> in the Delta; Arab. c^J^' • 

Neter-t 0^. 1^[©' ^^e temple 
of Osiris in the Nome Bubastites. 

Neter-t (He-t neter?) Q ^, the 

temple of Denderah. 



Neter "1 ^ -T u>°>n1 , ^ u>°^ , a sanctuary 
in the Nome Coptites. 

R R the Nome of Horus and Set ( Aphrodito- 
v^^' polites) ; see Antui, Antchui. 

Neter aaul ^ {| ^ „^©>atown 

in Egypt. 

Neter asut '^ ^ Jjlie^' ^^^ P^^^" 

mid of King Menkauher. 

Netert Utchat 1 <^ ^, B.D. 96 

and 97, 7, a locality in Egypt. 

Neter heb "^ ^? J ". Rev. n, 165, 

a town in Egypt. 

Neter-t-khata T ^ T A © , a quarter of 

Denderah ; see T -^^ A ^ • 

Neter shema =1^4^ ;.---/ 

Neter ta ^ =1 c^^^, see 

Ta Neter. 

Neter theb 1 s=^ J © , see Theb neter. 

Nethra V^I^^©' Vll^ 

Dendftr, in Northern Nubia ; see Ta ent Her 

■ivT«+T,«-« ^^ ,:^ P. 609, a town in the 
^^^^^'^S®' Tuat(?) 

Netat ^__^ t^ ©' ^- ^'476, N. 114, 994, 

1263, Rec. 26, 229, a place near Abydos where 

A/VAAAA 

Osiris was slain; var. *=^, B.D. 174, 5. 



Netit ^ 

Hh. 238; see 

A 

Netbit 
Netchit 



, B.D. 142, II, 15, 



ftAAAAA r\ j^ 



J^^S' 



B.D 141, 112, a 
town of Osiris. 



I, B.D. T42, 1,24, 






^^^ Mett. Stele 7, 






a district in the Delta. 



[ 1009 



3wn in the Nome Sethroit 

AAA/VW Ji^^^ A ^^ AAAAAA 



Netchit 

, a town in the Nome Sethroites 



Netchfet 

a town in the Nome^ Sethroites. 

Netchem | ^, | ^ i] © , a town 

near Pelusium. 

Netchem netchem ankh 1 1 ■?■ 2 ^ , 

flfT-lfl-lff^. If--. 

a name of: (i) the temple of Denderah ; 
(2) Elephantine; (3) a temple chamber at Edfft. 

NetchemshuS^^|]P^;.a 



near Al-Kab. 



a town 



Netchert, Netcherdt 1/ Bs 






Re-au 

0^2 



, the quarries 



of Tftrah opposite Memphis ; Copt. XlCTI (?) 

.6. a ci 



Re-Aabti 



, B.D.G. 12, a part 



of the eastern frontier of the 8th Nome of 
Lower Egypt. 

Re-dnti <=:=> h ^^ ^, b.d.g. 47, *^^^ 

/\ /VWWA ^-^ \ \ <: ^ J AAAAAA 

H <e«it^>2i^' 111 c^^^' 



<e=< 



the entrance of several valleys ; (1 



, " mouth of the valley " — a name given to 

<G=< mini 

Rec. 17, 113. 

Re-atl /^ "^ -vwsAA, Rec 3, 45, a 

canal in the Nome Heliopolites. 

Re-a-ur '^^' "%*, "^' "^^^ ® , b.u. 

lUllUU ^^ UlllllU <. ^ ^^ I 



64, 17, 



^^=* 



€^ 



lllllllll 



_^^, B.D. 64, 23, a 

45 ,' ^•2^- 



IIIIHIII 



quarter of Abydos; 

45> 1 3^1 g^te of the South Lands. 

Re-ankh ■¥• ® q£\^, "mouth of 

the land of life," i.e., the grave. 



Re-Antui 



11 



Rec. 5, 86 ; see 
Antui' 



Ra Heru hetep O ^ ^ © , B.D.G. 

441, a sun temple at Saljlj^rah. 



33, 118, 



■■^m 



n \> 



, Rec. 



an ancient town on part of the site on which the 
city of Alexandria was built; Copt. p^.KO'f", 

p^Koxe. 
Raka(?) 



U 



jJJ^ _ a district in 

2^ 1 



Egypt. 
"^(N^v^.IV, 689, a 



Reiut(?) 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Reusa *^\\^^, T* V"?" ^^^ ' 

IV, 782, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
20, 118, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



AAAA/VA Jl AA/WAA 



Ruthen 9*^ 

I^> 783, a district in Syria. 

Rlltuahu ^%^'*^%^[Q^\^, IV, 798, 
a Siidani country ; situation unknown. 

Rutch S*X\ « ^" ^^^^^ of Seneferu in 
-u^ 0^ ^' the Nome Athribites. 

Rebaau, Rebada *^^^^ J ^?^ j] ^, 

J ^^ (1 ^ Ci£^, IV, 784, a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown. 

Rebaut """^^ J "i^ ^ % , iv, 785, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; compare Heb. ni^ (?) ; varr. 

Rebana (Lebana) a*i^ ''^' 

IV, 781, a district in Syria- 
compare Heb. 07. 

I T T* 



Rebanth (Lebanth) 



Q^^, Rec. 20, 117, 



^ 






I I I 



, L.D. 



III, 209, a district in Syria; Heb. 7732, . 

3 s 



[ 1010 ] 



Rebar 



Stele 50, a Sudani country. 



f\/>^ 



]. Na 



Nastasen 






Rebarna (Lebarna) <i=>^^ 

01 . I /WVVAA A I 

,, Unu-Amen, <- ' ^ <=> - \ -^ \, 

Lebanon ; compare Heb. I'I^^t' . 

Rebata _®^ ^^^ll Q ^^^^' ^•^- ^^^' 

252, 13; compare Heb. ]l"^il"l, Josh, xix, 20. 

Rebata J ^^1 f] ^^^j' a well 

on the caravan road to Syria. 

Rebu (Lebu) ""^^J ^1 c^^^, Mar. 

Karn. 53, 27, ^ J (2 "j D:£V£), ^ ' J ^ f) 
') Ci£M], the land of Libya; Heb. ''1^7; 
J ^"1 ^, a Libyan; plur. *^^J ^ "j 



Rebkhenten (?) "^ J ^ 



(?) ^^^AAA ci 

Nastasen Stele 51, a Sudani country. 
D 



l\ 



Rep ^ , Berl. 2296, a town in Egypt. 



n, 126, a town in 
Egypt. 



Reper (?) 

Repeh <=> 1 -^"j r^/^/^ , Anastasi I, 29, 7, 
-A I 

D v\ rL/>yi ^ Eg. Res. 57, 16, a district 

in Syria; Assyr. -^zfy ^t]] ^f^ -«^, Gr. 'Po0/o. 

Re-peq, Re-peqr ^ ^, ^ ^ 

, the entrance to a canal at Abydos; 



t, f ' Re-pequi 

Remaq 



' ^ Rec. 30, 66, a town in 
5' Egypt. 



Remath / ...^ 1 a town in Egypt. 



Ill© 



Rem'nnai 



/S/^VVAA AA/NAAA 



I I I 



, IV, 



793, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^ " ' " ■ ■ AAAAAA 

/WWVA Q:£VQ' 

"^^^^ IV, 700, Lebanon; Heb. 



Remnen (Lamnen) 
Remeiiuitu(P) '^i^^.iv.sss 



Re mer nefer *^^^ I ^ , ^T" f ^ 

T ^~Y~' a town near Mendes (Onuphites). 

Renam' (Ranam) 



783, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



IV, 



Kenr /www L.D. hi, 131A, a district 



in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Renreka 



, IV, 



I \> I I I I 

792, read Aanraka, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 



Re nekhen ^y , see Nekhen. 
Re en qerr-t ap-t khaut 



AAAAAA »^ ^ l_ -1 

. the Tuat. 

Renga 7-r \\ ^, /wvaaa 

a town in Egypt. 

Rentanu *^^li \ O ^"l (^^^, iv, 902, 

AAAAAA U 1 77 I 

a district in Syria ; situation unknow^n. 

Rere . . ber '^"^^ J ^> R^c. 

20, 115, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Rerekabra 

Rec. 20, 117 ; see 



J 






J 



Rerti -^^ 



fv^/1 , IV, 788, a dis 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Rebanti 



AAAAAA AAAAAA ^ kke iU the 

AAAAAA , 
C^ \\ AAAAAA 



Rhum 



ra 



nJ .M^^ W AAAAAA FayyAm. 

S ^ ^ A.Z. 49, 86, 'Pai/ti;, 



Qy\£l' 



Rome. 



-DaVi Av> ''^— ^ the swamp land of the Nome 
^""^^^ ^' Busirites. 

<r !!> I 1 <^^> AAAAAA -2, < > 

Re-hen rao fl]^^^'., , 

^ AAAAAA . <: IS . AAAAAA AAAAAA 

ra^\^' rao ^ ^. a district 
east of Coptos (Wadi Hammamat). 

Rehrehsa „ ,_, [tf ,, Herusatef 

ro ID I ^ I 

Stele 73, 100, a Siidani country. 

^^ '-^ jer\ AAAAAA 

SA/\ AAAAAA _, 

g.=^ AAAAAA ^ Greene 2, 23, 



III: 



Re-ha-t 

°e , a mouth of the Nile; plur 



I 

I I I Ci @3^ ill' 111^ 



AAAAAA y. 
AAAAAA V 
AAAAAA 



[ 1011 ] 



w 



IS 



Rehab <=> i "f^ "^ J (2 ] i^^, Alt-K. 

528, .aas^l' ^ () "^CW), L.D. III, 252, 1 7, 
a district in Syria ; compare Heb. I'in'^.. 

Rehui(?) <=>f ^1©1, ^1 
^ © , B.D. 1 78, 1 6, <=> I % © , Hermopoli 
in the Delta. 

Rehbu'='y^,iv.y85,-^^ 

J Yr^ cio ' ^ *^^strict in Syria : compare Heb. ih"^,. 

Rehburta ^^ J ^ ll (jl ^^=^^' ^"^^- 

tasi I, 27, 7, a district; situation unknown. 

Re-heiit"==^S ^ x^,*^? ^ Qd. 

I A /VA/VAAA /WVA/VA I A AAA/\AA 1 I 

_Y_ ftAAA^A ^- — -;^ K/t „V„ 7T \ I <r~~~:k 

Vly AAAAAA "*— -» ]^ YTT O 1 1 '^«— -* 

\^ ^ ^ 7 ^ ^ ^. -, 

I ^A^A/v^ ^i: "T I 







AAAAAA 



.ac 



T=T, ^^>, Al-LahOn in the Fayyfim. 

Reher(?) <r=> ? ^ C^^^£), IV, 8oi, a 
SOdani country ; situation unknown. 

;, <=>! p ,^y, "^-f -^ ^|, atown 
near Sekhem. 

Rehtcha ^°°^ 



2o, no, 



(vv], Rec. 
Ci£^, a district in 



Syria ; Tall al-*Amarnah >-t]] ^IH 4^ tf -ff^. 

Rekh-t '^, S^, ^ ^^}/ ^''^"'^M" ^^^ 

) — t I — ( Mendesian Nome. 



Rekhasna 



/\AA/WA 



Treaty 27, a district in Syria; Boghaz Keui, 
Li-ikh-zi-na. 

•^j"' "^ Q "^ a town in the 
ZZZi W W © ' Fayytim. 



Re-senti 



Re-seh <=:> 1 irTj ^ ^ , Amherst 46, 
a town in the Delta. 

Rec. 22, 138, a town in the Fayytim. 



Re -set, Re-sthau 



I — ^ 



— ©— o c:^ o 
7^ [V^ ® 



-e- 



I I 



CM^:^, 



1 1 1 



^ 
^ 



. -e-, Tuat IV, 






, Rec. 36, 211, 









■UMP 



"^^^ 



^^, Rev. 5, 97,^' 



originally a portion of the Tuat of Memphis ; 
later a common name of the grave. 

Re-she (®Y^F| ^ ^, an 

estate of King Khufu. 

Reshaut <==> tiH ^ ^. iv, 373. 

^^ M "^ ^ 1 ^> Rec. 3. 3, ^^ M 
^^,IV,385,^Iim^](ltw„ 



C3SZ1 



M^ 



, Rec. 19, 19, 

-^^ '^ '=^ a district in the Sinaitic Peninsula 
f\/\/i ' or Arabia. 



Resha Qetesh _®» TtttT 



t\£^, 



-^^liil^ Q i3ni,IV, 783, _ga>]jlit 

r| "^^^-^ fv-vo Rec. 20 118, a district in Syria; 
\ i-TT-i ^' compare Heb. U^"Tp"trNl- 

Re shit 



rwn 



^ ^ a name of the Under- 
(N^v^' world 



Reqatcha zi 



, Alt-K. 639, 
a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

— -^ a town near the modern 
,©' AsyOt. 



Reqrer z) 
Re-qet \ 



i2k 



TT M Ij IJ , the necropolis of Sa^karah. 

Reka "^^ ILJ (N£W3 , .a^ I '=3^'^'| Q^^ , 

I.H. 240, a district in Western Asia; Tall 
al-'Amirnah V IHJ '^SlB <© (Berl. Tablet, 
II, 10). 

Reka&m "^ 41- ^ ^ , A.Z. 1907, 46, 

a town in the Delta. 

3 s « 



[ 1012 ] 



Rekares 



-Sacs 



Q£5^, Rec. 20, 



ii6, a district conquered by Rameses III. 

Begaba-^ffi^J^^, IV, 

788, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Regatcha (Legtcha) .^as* ZS 



IV, 784, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 
r\ 

Retam' a==o , I V, 792, a district 
I III fl 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 

I I I 01 I ' III 

' t 1 IV, 783, a district in Syria ; situa- 

I ' tion unknown. 



Retam'rka 



e 



r^J^^ 



, Rec. 20, 



Retar (Ratal) 

116, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



M 



Retnu 



o 

ftA/VAAA 



' T IV, 809, a district 
1^ ' in Syria. 



Ret Shes (?) "®^ V^j a town in Egypt. 

Rethnu S O l^, 689, a district in 
AAAAAA CiC!^ Syria. 

Rethan Hert ^^ %^ [^^^^<:?>, IV, 

ftAAAAA fl C^ 

907, Upper Rethen 



O^ 



Rethen Khert g. 

IV, 907, Lower Rethen. 

Rethnepen ^S ° r rv^/n , i v, 800, a 

Slidani country ; situation unknown. 

^(vx^ Nastasen Stele 45, a 
^ ^ I ' country in the Sftdan. 



Retheq 

Retcha .Sift 
Retchatcha (?) 



Asien 165, Luz; com- 
pare Heb. f^v). 



^ 



D^\^, IV, 794, 



a SAd^ni country ; situation unknown. 



Haa ril'^'^'lc^^^, Rec. 20, 114, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

HaubU 2 J%>D^^£l,IV,8os,aSMani 



country ; situation unknown. 

Harni'^'^^^, ra 



^ I 



, IV, 784, 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; compare 
Heb.-)n(?) 



Har ra 

^^^^^ , a canal near Tanis 



AA/VA/V\ 



-S^ 



FS==1 



, A.Z. 49, 



Harm' fi] 

'Pu) fin, Rome. 

Har.nematara^_,j|^l)D^ 

^ fv>un Anastasi I, 22, 4, a district in Northern 
I' '' Syria. 

Haqa rL]'^^^'^^c^£^^, L.D. Ill, 252, 

89, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Hi en Shu nefer FD (j(j ^ ^ R % 

ST, the temple of Edfli. 

Hirana PD <==> i^ 0^5^ , Rec. 20, 117, 

a district conquered by Rameses III. 

Hikrim m^(jS|)(]^, ra 

^— ^ nfl jv .,qh a district in Syria ; situa- 

"^HS ' ' ^^' tion unknown. 

Hu ' U AAftAAA , a canal near Edffi. 

Hum' ra^^, ro ^^c^=£^, 

IV, 786, a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; 
compare Heb. OTl, Gen. xiv, 5. 

^i. -i. 1 r xr««Aw, ^^ — *^ ^ the Oasis of 

the capital of Kenem, /vaawv 

^ / :n->"^ Khargah. 

Heb-t ^V^ -^i, the swamp land of Athribis. 

Hen i^, ra ^, '^, ra !Wi^, 

the canal of Saiit (Asyftt)- 

Henhen ra ra a^wvv, ra ra o 

/\A/\AA/\ AA/WVA AAAAAA AW\AA AA/\A/VS ^il 

/VAA/NAA 

/wwvA , the lakes near Buto. 

/WVAAA 

Hentui ra ^__^ ^ j (Jlj[^:£^, Rev. it, 

i68, 13, 105, A.Z. 49, 79, § ] -^ ] C^^^. 
India ; Copt. ^nxOT, Baby. ^ ^X ^f •;^. 

; (var.^_^(j 

an 
unknown; compare Heb. 7t;^in. 



Herar ra ^^-^f^ 



*\ IV, 784, a district in Syria; situation 



[ 1013 ] 



Herua ra ^ ^^n^^ Maskhtltah Stele, 
A.Z. 49, 78, Herat (?); Pers. <C< ^ If^]^, 
Behis. I, 16, Babyl. [V T|] Hff<T ^T? »^. 1. 16. 

Hernefer ra ? J^. Sphinx 14, 160, 

a town in the Delta. 

Herhertd ^^] (] ©, Sphinx 14, 

168, a town in the Delta. 

Herkhti m ® [][) 

Stele, Arachosia; Pers. {p( 

*rf TT. Col. I, 17, Babyl. V I? ^I ??< 1:^1 hJK , 

»• 7, 79, 83, 84. 

Heh ra©, ra^^, ra(j^,,,„,„ 

in Egypt. 

Heker ^^.Z^^ ©, Demot. Cat. 421, 
a district in Egypt; Copt, ^^.(^bp. 



Q^>£l, MaskhAtah 

Hf] <¥ ^-T^ tlTT 



polis Parva ; Copt. P,OT. 

96-t y ^_^ © , a name of Edfti, 



®, Dios- 



He-t au La^ 



, a town near Latopolis. 



TT^ 4. ^., x-L. La ^,a temple in the 
He-taudb \f^\ ^' Nome Coptites. 



w 



He-t aabbekh Q ^2^ f J J 

temple in Hermopolis Magna. 

He-taakhU G'^® ^ , the temple of 
Hathor at Denderah. 

He-t d,akhut khep[er] em hat 

j^®Y^, Denderah. 

He-t Aah j]^(] — d^^, b.d. 153B, 



, the temple of the Moon- 



god at Panopolis and other places 
He-t Ausasit 



7\ 



o 



•^ Den- 
© 'derah. 



He-t &b 



O 



' y © ' 



Athribis. 



Q /id ©' B.D.G. 18, Unu (Hermopolis). 



He-t dbt T" O ^ ^ sanctuary 
I e:^> 1-1—1 p ' in Abydos. 

He-t apit [] ^ fl °o \ ^ "^'"e ^^ 
W m H cr^ ' Thebes (?) 

He-t Ament y (| ^ S , Denderah. 
He-t Anup y () ^ •=]g, Lycopolis. 

9e-tAnesy-()^5,y-q^ 

|T, B.D.G. 17, Hensu (Herakleopolis). 
He-t4ry^(]0f,-nc.uaryajKo™ 

1064, Aphroditopolis. 

He-t Ast 



H^ J the name of any sanc- 
±1 U ' tuary of Isis. 



e temple of Osiris in the Nome Ka Ahau. 
He-t Asar y '^ jj 1 @ , Mareotis. 



He-t ankh 
He-t Aha 



iA'lAA 



cm 



Denderah. 



J Q^ ^ , a town near Thebes. 

5e.tAkhmiug--^^^|. 

14, the temple of the Divine Statues. 

He-tUatchit 113 a name of the town 
I ' n ' Buto. 

He-t Uab y ^^, Denderah. 

g;,B^.x44.yi;, 



Het uar 



1 



capital of the Nome Ament (Libya-Mareotis) 

He-t uar Ament ^ ^ ^ , 



B.D.G. 144, part of the metropolis of the Nome 
Ament. 



^5b«. 



^•Q 






He-t urt 

^ n ^<=> ^^■^' »53, B.D. 178, 28, 
^^* Idcilca ^*a townintheNomeMahetch. 

3 s 3 



[ 1014 ] 



He-tur 



\}^M 



^^. 



rB.D.G. 



153, a town in the Nome Mahetch. 

9e-tUrit y^^, Qn^ 

121, a temple or town of Hathor. 



He-t ur aau 



H/^-Qc^S/^' 



^^ the temple of the Aged Prince, i.e., 
*^^' . the Sun-god, in Heliopolis. 



m 



He-t ur-t Amenemhat 

(TSk - #]> Rechnungen 6, a place 
north of Thebes ; position unknown. 

He-turka Q^^5^, 

"^^ Q , a town of Hathor (?) 



I I I 



He-t User menu 






the temple of the goddess Apit at Thebes. 

He-tutetg_I^^^;.B.D.G.,75, 



Memphis ; (2) a temple at Karnak ; (3) a name 
of Edfft. 

He-t utet en Usen G ^ ^ --%ra W 

, B.D.G. 176, a name of Latopolis. 






He-t Bain Q ^ "^" , Q ^^^ 



I I I I 



I — ^ , a town in the Nome Mahetch, 



He-t ba Ast 



i 



C) 



, Rec. 10, 



141, a town between Kana and Denderah; 

Copt. 'r^.fi.ertItHce. 



He-t Bak 



5^' Q 






Hierakonpolis ; Gr. 'lepdKWf ird\i9 (?) 

He-t Benu 






O 



B.D.G. 189: (1) a sanctuary at HeliopoHs ; 
(2) the temple of Osiris in the 7th Nome of 
Upper Egypt; (3) a temple mentioned on the 
Stele of Piankhi — Hipponon, Al-Hibu. 



9e.tBenbenj3-JJ_| 

Rev. 15, 47, a name given to several temples of 
the Sun-god, Ra, Aten, etc., in which a stone 
was worshipped. 

Sphinx 14, 163, a town in the Delta. 

He-t pa Aten [] ^ 1^ h v^, the 



temple of Aten at Memphis 

D 

He-t Pepi "~ 

near Sakkarah. 



He-tpapa-t \ ° 



Bfl^ 



o 

, Denderah, 



m' 



a town 



He-tpestchneteru Q ^l']'^, Q® 

I © , a name of many sanctuaries. 

He-t Pteh. I ^ § I ^ quarter of Thebes to 
• 1 ^ A n* the north of Karnak. 



He-tPtehQ-°^,Q-|, I^J, 



° § n ^ , ^•^•^- '35; the temple 

o X \nC3 of Ptah at Mer 

, a name of 



town 
Memphis. 



He-t maakheru 

several sanctuaries of Osiris 

He-tmab(?) 
He-tMut „ „ 

— D 



Pi 



B.D.G. 140, a name 
of Ombos (?) 



^:^ 



, Rec. 



27, 88, n ^^ Z: (i) the temple of Mut at 

Latopolis; (2) the temple of Mut at Diospolis 
Parva. 



■Q 






He-t mena-t 

B.D.G. 255, Denderah. 

9e.tmenug^;,">ejen,pfc^of 
He-t men uar [] ^^^^ i S . the temple 

of Osiris of the Libyan Nome of Lower Egypt. 

He-t mennu Khaemmaat 

the temple of Amenhetep III 
at Gebel Barkal or Sdlb. 






He-t menh 



the temple of Osiris 
at Sais. 



[ 1015 ] 



He-t Menth J ^^aaaa @, Rec 31, 35, a 

sanctuary of Menthu of Hermonthis. 

He-t Merit Q ^^ ^ (](j ] jf . a temple 
of Osiris at Thebes. 

He-t Meriti Q ^ ()(]"']. the temple 



of Osiris at Bah in the Delta. 

He-tMehQ«|=^;. 



a town in the Nome 
of Maljetch. 

He-t meht \Y~\, ^'''^- "^6, a town in 
I_Ld Egypt. 

He-t Mehi Q ^^ "^ (j() .^ ' a name of 
Elephantine. 

He-t mest 11 



r3 



H— , a town in the 
Nome Tekh (?) in the Delta. 

ge.tmes.[t]Heruj]^p,||p1 

, Denderah. 

He-t meskhenit [] 



C-3 



CI 



A/VWV\ 

CDCD 



^AAAAA J Ombos : varr. 



jj 



CI] 



® czi en 

© o 






fl 



He-t Nut 






I.Q 







Id'^o'©' 

a section of the temple of Denderah. 
He-t nub fl ri, Sni (Latopolis). 

, Alabastronpolis in Upper Egypt. 



rssn 



He-t nub [1 



C^ o III' 



^dS' 


rssn 1 
000 ' 



im ° III n 



, the temple of 



, the temple of Osiris at Memphis. 

He-t nub y ^ ^^ ^ 

Osiris at Coptos. 

he-t nub [\ 

the gold foundry of the temple at Denderah ; 
near it was the manufactory of jewellery, 



en ° III' 



nsn I rsan I ^ 

000 [-1 > 000 [4 |— I > 



.n 



of Rait taui, =^r^ ^ ^^ > at Hermonthis. 



O 



9e-tNebA [f], |J]^,atown of 
Hathor in Nubia. 



]-~~«Jpl}©. Rec. 3.,35. QjPO;. 

Q^T1P|-QST1P:^-Qfr 

J"'^ ^ . (i) a town in the Nome of Juf ; (2) a 
V O' town in the Nome of Sept. 

He-t nef xt^ 11 Z ^ ""'^'^^ '" ^^^ 

' T y©' NomeofEdfQ. 

^ a district ; situa- 
f^/^/^ * tion unknown. 



He-tnemmn^^H.n^T-!, 



'Hr^ r— I' y^^" ^'^ ^ sanctuary at 



Denderah ; (2) the temple of Osiris in the 
nth Nome of Upper Egypt; (3) the temple 
of Osiris in the 2nd Nome of Lower Egypt. 

He-t en Maakheru [1 -^^^ I [5 '^ j)» 

a name of the temple of Sni. 

"^, Leonto- 
polis ; Gr. Aewi'rwv. 

He-tneh0OeO.QSI'[]^S 

the temple of Osiris in 



o 
n' 







a 



Metelis. 



He.tnehemQ^C^;,g-^ 

^, Denderah. 

He-t ent heh en renput [1 

irs " — a name of several temples. 

He-t nekht neteru 



/-\ /www 

000 



years 



:A:ll!r 



. Edfa. 



He-t nes-t 



H' 



a town in the Northern 
Delta. 



9e.tnesu Q^g. ^Qg, U^i^ 

(i) Alabastronpolis ; (2) Diospolis in the Delta. 

He-t nesu bent U}^ I, Inscrip. of 

Methen 17, a temple. 

3 s 4 



[ 1016 ] 



n ^ , the temple of Neith at Sais. 

He-t en ta ah-t T '^^ ^^^^ "^"^ h I 



>^--r% Demot. Cat. 424, the temple of Der 
nT^"^' al-Bahari. 

He-t neta f] ^ 1 (1 ©, Sphinx 14, 

163, a town in the Delta. 

He-t neteru [ ^ ^ ^ ® » ]§ 

' ' ', Edfti. 






He-t neter An-t "] [j (] 

B.D.G. 46, the temple of Pakhit near Beni 
Hasan (Speo.s Artemidos). 

He-t neter Anpu T [1 ^^ , Cynopolis. 
He-t neter en Asar-Hep I 1 I "^^^ 

temple of Serapis at Memphis. 

He-t neter en Her en Taui 

AAAA^A v^ A/ww\ V "^ , Defldefah. 



1 



He-t neter ent Sebek '] Q "^. ^ Q 



/-^ AAAAAA 



Crocodilopolis in the Fay- 
yftm. 

^ Rec. 31, 35, a 
5 ' town in Egypt. 

; j a temple near 
' 1 ' Heliopolis. 






He-t netches 
He-t rekhit T 

He-t reshn f] " .2^ P P P ' Denderah 

He-t ertu Q^f^. \}M®' 

ftS ©' l ^ rl ©' U'^ III ©' 



C^ 



B.D.G. 1063, the temple of Osiris in the Nome 
Amkhent. 

5e-t9apg^Y-"^*''ApifBu';r 



He-t hau neter n ^ , the temple of 



1 



JH 



Osiris in the Nome Lykopolites. 

He-t henmem-t (1 j 

Jj\^ ^^^^i' B.D.G. 36, Denderah. 



^e-tHensuQ-^^-S'Ql 

J ^W Id cdTaaaaaa jT^^ TUjro^ 

1 #"ja. n" 



N m 



QISI>U' ^Q^T- Q"]I.# 



^ I 



, Demotic Cat. 423, the temple and town 



of Herakleopolis; Assyr. >-t.^ ^ J^ t^^^ ^T*") 
Heh. D2n, Copt. ^ItHC, Arab. ^[Xjt\. 

He-t henk ankh 



t 



, '^ Rec. 19, 87, a sanctuary in the Theban 
1 [TD' NecropoHs, a temple of Thoth (?) 

He-t henk ankh Menkheperra . 



Ai'^fr 



Annales 7, 186, a temple of 
Thothmes III at Thebes. 



He-tHeru Q^, |^ 

'^, _ , any sanctuary of Horus. 

He-t Heru an [l ^ O "^J^. EdfCi. 
He-t Heru uru(?) Q ^ ^ ©, 

Edfil 

He-t Heru mer . . . Assa ( t] ~T" t] jl 

1^1 ||l © > an estate of King Assa. 

, a temple of 



He-t Heru nekht 

Horus at Edffi. 



q> 



He-t heri ateb [] f==^ fl £ ^ > 

A v" V. the temple of Osiris in the Nome 
H '^ ^ ' Sebennytes. 



Sm^ 



He-t hertu er hai hetch f] ^ "^ 



u 



He-t heh D | O §, io| , "house 

eternity," i.e., the tomb. 

He-thesmenQ^IP^e.QI 

djj^o 00 n ^>=i^^^ 000 n ci o n 

^^AA^A I \ ID — ♦( — AA/vvAA 1 t ID I I A I 

A : (i) a. chamber in the temple of Tboth 

Jj> o o 

at Hermopolis ; (2) a chamber in the Rames- 
seum at Thebes. 



r^^^^ 



[ 1017 ] 



ee-theq |T3 ® • l!l3 ■ 113 °I 



He-thekag|U, ,^ 

temple of Hathor in Heliopolis. 



c^ 



, the 



He-t hetep ^ 



the temple of Lato- 
polis (Asna). 

^e-t^etch y,N.665, Ql^, 

, a settlement ; site unknown. 



E 



He-t kha 



situation unknown. 



~J~ , "house of Kha" T1; 



^°'^' J "l]^ ©, a town in the Delta. 



o |\>o^fVXr| 



He-tkhastU (1 "^^ "^ ©, Sphinx 
14, 163, a town in the Delta. 



He-t kha \^ 



3-Q 






]^<, Mendes. 



Q. 



the 



He-t kha-t R 

coronation chamber " of the king in a temple. 

'■— ^, a dis- 



He-t khait Q, 



© 



trict in the Nome Lykopolites 

He-t kha ent Heru 



Q. 



O 



, Edffl. 



He-t kha-t en nesu neteru 



Q. 



'^^niT ^^^ temple of Amen-Ra in the 
wwv T M I ' Oasis of Dakhlah. 



He-t Khufu 



'\^\, 



. , a temple- 



town founded by Khufu in the Nome Lyko 
polites. 

He-t Khufu nefer 



D 



I 

, a temple town founded by Khufu. 



He-t Khebit 



Osiris at Sais. 

He-t Kheper (1 "^ ^^^. i^dfa. 
He-t Khnemu [^ ^, Sni (Latopoiis). 



G 



He-t Khnemit 






o 



D 



the god's birth-chamber at Denderah. 

He-t Khnemti [] g ^^^^^ town 

in the Wadi TAmiiat, Sile. 



He-t Khnemtankh 



in Western Thebes, 

He.t Ehenti 
He-t Khenti 






a temple 



u. 



the Island of Philae. 



Z3 ©• Q ifftiS- 



an- 
AswSn. 



ffUn " n ^ ffll^ ^ Sunu-Syene-Eleph 
lilikl©' iJirzillin ©' tine-Asw 

, Mission 138, 



m 



> TOff ' 



He-t Khenti 

a temple ; position unknown 

He-t Sata Q ^ '^ 

Denderah. 



«88i 



CZI 



He-t sutenit D "^ 1 

a name of Xois. 






o III 



He-t sutenit en 



Rec. 27, 190, 



m 



^\^^i 



III ?exi ©' 



?cx 



, Xois. 



He-t Sebakh ... H ^ 11. a name of 
^^imn (Tuphium). 

He-t Sebaq Q ^ ^ , a town of H ^ J 

, a form of Tefnut. 



O 



Asphynis ; Arab. 



^yuff 






I[e-tSfen (IP^ 

He-tsmau [^Y^[t^^]' ^"^^ ^°°* 

a Sftdinl country ; situation unknown. 



He-t sma-taui J 



nu 



USX S' m S S X' ^ temple at Denderah. 

He.tSemsj]pXp^;.QJ^;. 

a town in the Nome Nefer Ament. 



He-t Sent 



wz\ 



Q H il l 



, In scrip. 



of Methen, an estate in the Delta. 

He-t Seneferu ( pj<=>\' 

Palermo Stele, a temple-town of Seneferu. 



idnd 



[ 1018 ] 



He-tSeneferu QPJ<^^,Q 

^^^w^ , Asphyiiis (Tuphium), 



a name 



of 
II 

He-t snetchemnetchem 

(2) a portion of the temple of Denderah. 

He-tsehetep g^;, Q ^. a 

town in the Nome of Uatchet. 

He-t Sehetepabra [1 "^ (o fi ^1> 

a temple founded by Amenemhat I, in the 
Nome Unt. 

He-t Sekha-Heru [j— ^"^^ 

^5^, the temple of Serapis in the Nome Ament. 

He-t sekhun J M ,4& r^^ ' ^ temple 

in the Nome Metelites. 

He-t sekhem (Seshesh ?) []©'?', 

polis Parva. 

He-t sekhen enti Hep H ^ "„ 

^ , a sanctuary of Apis at Memphis. 



AAA/VVA 

o W 



He-t Seshesh \] i=c=i i ^ , [] 



the temple of 
Denderah. 



pe-tseshem Q^^M^®' 

Diospolis Parva, 

He-t Seker, He-t ka Seker rju 

temple of Seker at Sakkarah. 



He-t Seker shema U ^=^ 1 



a sanctuary on the roof of the temple of Den- 
derah. 



He-t Seti 



Tr 



the temple of Horus 
at Edfft. 



He-t Shair^um H J'^^ TtT»t M -^ !| 

Vv ^^ , a town or village ; Copt. cyXHI JULI (?) 

He-t sha [1 
He-t Sheb 






n 



He-t Shepsit 

Denderah. 






Western Delta. 
, Denderah. ^ 



en 



U3 



, a temple of Osiris in 



He-t sheflt 

the Nome Ten (?) [^ . 

He-t Shennu R '^ 5 O 

Gol. Hamm. 12, 81, a town in Egypt. 

He-tSheser(Qeser?) f 

a temple in Unu. 



nzi. 



5 



He-t shetat 



Q 






m^. 



ThH ^ ^-g , the most holy part of a temple. 

He-t shet abet Q "^ '^^ 



[TJ 



i< 



c-j \kl^ 



Thes. 968, a town near Memphis. 

He-t qa [\ "^ zd T ^ , Denderah 

He-t Qebh Q ^ j^ ^ © , a temple 
estate at Memphis. 

He-t Qen Q ^ 

Denderah, Edfti. 

He-t Ka H ':^.LJ 

He-t Kaka [1 W © , Rec. 17, ,119, a 

town in Upper Egypt. 

9e-t Ka Pepi (gfj] Q |^ 



Q 



^ X o 



a town "in the 
Eastern Delta. 



Ka-chapel of Pepi near Sakkarah. 

He-tKaPtah [1 






u°y.B.o..8..3.Q-°|u;. 

I.H. 159, "house of the Double of Ptah," a 
name of Memphis; Copt. eKGirf"^ (Budge, 
Misc. Texts, 207). 



[ 1019 ] 



He-t Ka en Ra I [J J ^ ©, a temple 



in the Nome of Sapi Shema. 

He-t Ka khnem neteru [] "^ "-^ Q 

j I © , Memphis. 

He-t Ka ka G " LJ i [I " LJ i 

B.M. No. 138, the chapel of Amenhetep, son of 
Hap, at Thebes. 

He-t kauit Q ^ ^ I 2 , Panopolis. 

He-t ta neter-t (1 ^ "^ 1 

Denderah. 



Ci Ci 

o © 



He-t ta Heru (?) f] ctd 

Rev, II, 152, a sanctuary of Horus. 

He-t ta her ab R 



^Of) ' 



the capital of the Nome Ka-kam (Athribis) ; 

Assyr. --ff ][jf< t^f ^ ^]r|<]f ^, copt. ^.epe^e, 

Arab. 



He-t Ti 



]"]fl(l" ^^^- "'97, Tah- 

IrlirziOHS©' tah(?) 



He-t tu (?) 
He-t tut Ra 
He-t Tef [1 ^ 
He-t Tern [] 



o (2 



a temple in the Nome 
Mahetch. 



QIJ©'" 



town near Busiris. 



^ Rec. 27, 88, Sni 
©' (Latopolis). 



\r3 



>=ic jj, the capital of 



the Heroopolite Nome (Succoth ?) 

He-t tekh |] "" ^ 

temple of Denderah. 

He-t thaui (?) 



it:] 



=0= , a part of the 



. Rec 27, 



the 



191, a temple in Sni (Latopolis). 

He-t Tunti W^^ 

capital of the Nome Mahetch. 

?e-ttebutiug°^J^-^ 

Jj I ^ the •' house of the coffined ones," i.e , 
iiJlC^' the Necropolis. 



9e-ttchefaj]-^^^,p- 

"'^ "^N^ a=^ ^ the name of a chamber at Den- 
•t— '. -^ ©' derah and of one at Abydos. 

Ha 8 #%v £i£^, ^ Sudani country; 
A E. -£fi^ situation unknown. 



a town in 
Egypt. 



Ha-t(Ah-t?) 

Ha-t -=^©, -=^ ^, ^, the frontier 

city, i.e.. Elephantine; ^^-=^ f', the ist 

'"'^^ ^ ^ the southern 

\> \> o I © ' frontier. 

, L.D. lU, 



Nome of Egypt ; 

Haaanem f^ (j ^ _ 

252, 31, a district in Syria; situation unknown 

Hai-t en hesb aha ^ (Ifl ^ V 



(V^' 



fl O D § " ^ *^^ temple of Khnemu at 

I J I O I £[I' Latopolis. 

Haitbada Tuathi #(](]c^ l^^ j] 
^Tf]^^'L.D.III,.52, 



105 and 106, a district hi Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Haitbfta f" i)(|=J|j^c-^, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Haitbaa Sharneram <M> (jA c:^ J A 



-2^ 



l^^'I-I'"!' 



252, 103 and 104, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



Hau "f" ^ ^ , a .sanctuary of ^ (N 
Metelites). 

Haau 



ome 






[0:05], IV, 806 (van 

f ^ (f^ IH^), ^ S*^^^"i country ; situation 
X _2r (3 ' unknown. 

Hab -^1^ ^.^•^- 51. 71, Hibisin 
c. I JS* © ' the Great Oasis. 

?ap4utif§^C3;,f^a 

2^ ^^, a town m the Nome Ka-kam. 

Hapu dutitt "I" D ^ 5 ^ ^O 
a name of the Tuat. 

^ap^sf°^P;.f^o^ 

, a town of Ra-Amen in the Xoite Nome. 

Hapnebesf °^^p.a^g.te^a. 
^apnebesf^og^.f^ 

n^ ^ the Necropolis of Memphis and of 
I ti:^' Abydos. 



_2i& 



L^ 



Hapurmaa <y p^y^^f) 

L.D. Ill, 252, 18, a district in Syria; compare 
Heb. D'^'^DH, Josh, xix, 19. 

Hamata "^ "^^ "^ ] (] cii' Anas- 

tasi I, 21, 7, 'SfP ^K\ , Hamath: 

Heb.npn, Assyr. \^ f? >yf ^^y iii^l 
Rawl. C.I.W.A. Ill, II, I, 51. 



[ 1020 ] 



m i l ^ 



Ha mehit ^, ^ i 

B.D. 112, 2, the 1 6th Nome of Lower Egypt 
(Mendesius). 



III' '*=^^=^1V' ®^ 

district in the Mendesian Nome. 



Hanani 



w 



C^£^, 



L.D. Ill, 252, 99, a district in Syria conquered 
by Shishak I. 

Ha-t nu-t -=^®"", Rec. 27, 87, 

o I I I © 
"first of towns," i.e., Elephantine. 

Harkar |>^U^, f ^U 

^^j-* IV, 785, a district in Syria; situation un- 

Haqr^af^^f) 

place-names containing this word see under 



known. 
Q£i=Q. For 






Haqraa Petiushaaa ^ 



f^^^ 



Res. 81, 68, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 



Haqraa en Aatchait ^ '^ (1 

CJ2^ A.^^ ^=> I '^ 111] Ij Ci^^, Eg. Res. 81, 
a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Haqrm' Aartaat *# % "^ 



f^/\/1 



'^ \> 



, Eg. Res. 82, a dis- 



trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Haqr-tShanaltef^^-^^ 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Haqettif ^^^],w,,adis- 

trict in Egypt (?) 

HagraaArqat[^]f_^(|^ 

^^^^ y Or ^ ^ rv^^' Eg. Res. 82, 96, a 



district in Syria; situation unknown. [1 
article). 

Hagri Haniniaa [^] f'^ 

82, 94, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Hagr Thruan Y _|, ^ ^ f] 

Eg. Res. 83, 1 01, a district in Syria; 
situation unknown. 

, the main 



Ha-t ta -^ 



canal of the Nome Aphroditopolites. 

Hatchaa (?) 

near Al-Kab. 



, a town 



Haa 



v^-r^ 



^ 






0, f\/\/i „ 



f\^\-^ 



, a town in the Delta. 



_ O /I ft/VV^A^ 

Hap X a AAA^^ 

A 1 1 /^AA/^AA 



A/V\/VAA 1 

□ W AAAA/NA ' 



AAAAAA I pv O n TT* 

AAAAAA 11 X n U il 

r-l A/S/VWA 






n n AAAAAA t f\ 

X ll AAAAAA 11 

Q 1—1 AAAA'NA / 



AAAAAA • 
AAAAAA ' 
AA/WNA 



the 
Nile. 



D 
> 1 



Hap 
Hap 
Hap meh 

Hap res -t 



a locality in the Western 
Delta. 



7=T 



, a locality in the FayyOm. 



a district in the Nome 



Sapi meh. 



g 
■\ — 1 



D 



D jL \> , a district in the Nome Sapi res. 



Huau 



f\/vn , Rec. 20, 114, a 



Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Hua 1^^. Nav. Bubast. 34A, |^ 

^, Rec. 20, 115, ^^-^^^ IV, 800, a 
Stldani country ; situation unknown. 



[ 1021 ] 



HuburU ^^^ J ^ <=^ I ] (| ti^ . Anas- 
tasi I, 19, 6, a district in Assyria (?); Heb. 

n-inm, reading <— . I " J ^ ] (1 (Jy, 
(Alt-K. 673). "^^^ 



Hu em Mennefer 



A/SAAAA 



©, Rechnungen, a royal granary in Memphis 

Huenmu(?) |L/Z;^ ^L-=fl^'^^ 



I 



fl I /\Aft/VV\ 
AWAAA ^ 



a name of the nth Nome of Upper Egypt 
(Hypselis?) 



Hur 



AAAA/VA 



n, Anastasi III, 2, 9, 



a lake (?) ; situation unknown. 

Hur ''^^^ 



S 



A\' 



Nome. 



Huren ? ^ ,n ^^y. ^ „ 

/> -21 c^i © X /www ^ X /? O 

Rec. 6, 134, Sphinx 14, 159, a town in the 
Nome Antchui. 

Hurenkar ^ [J ^> iv, 74, 665, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Husfen ^ g, Asphynis; Arab. ^,,X^\. 

Huqraa Abrem 



-Sas 






•r=T 



— ^ ^;^ — -f^ Eg. Res. 81, a district in 
I C^^\^' Syria. 



Huthaina 



1 



D:^^^, 



Anastasi I, 27, 4, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

9ut-tAab.t^;fJ;,B.D.G. 



ro68 ; there was a northern part also, 



;"^! 



I. 
Hutasath ^^ ^ ^ 1 {\£^, Rec. 20, 



no; van 



w 



m 



, a district in 



Syria; Heb. HttJITf, Josh, xv, 37, Gr. 'A^affo, 
I Mace, vii, 40, 45. 

Hutita (?) "" 



w 



n^TM 



(\£i£l, IV, 784, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 



Hutchar 



fV"*^ 



^ IV, 782; varr. 



:i^^ 



CV£\y]' 



I ^^, _25a I |(^f2sa, a district in Syria; 



Heb. l*l!fn, Josh, xi, i, Assyr. -^TT ??< ^T 
^-TT <IE[, Syr. io^, Gr. 'A<r^p. 

Heb ^ J) , Sinsin II, 2, 5, Heliopolis. 



Heb,Heblty^,|J^S. 

a town near Behbit ; Arab. '-^W^ • 

799, a Stid^ni country ; situation unknown. 

9ebnuyg.|oJ.;,^Jg, 

Hebnu ? J O ^ i v, 803, a S^idini coun- 
try ; situation unknown. 

5eb en s4s I I I ^, W, ^ ^ 

llljJII ^ •' city of the festival of the 6th day "— 
^^E7 © ' a name of Egypt. 



Heb kher v;^:^ 



/I\ ^ a locality in the 
ci> © ' Busirite Nome. 



Hebs 



of the Nome Kahesb (Cabasa) ; Copt. K^^P.C, 
Hepu (?) ^ ^ ^, ^e^- '8, 183. the 
Hephep(?) ^a'j' °, b.d.g. 494, a 

town in Upper Egypt with the cult of Menu. 

Hef ^ ", 

*==° Iflmm ^ ^^^' '°' ^4°' Mahallah, between 
^^ © ' Luxor and Armant ; Gr. Tov0iov. 



Hemag f ^ 

sanctuary of Osiris. 



a country m 
' the Sudan. 



, a name of any 



famous for wine near Lake Mareotis. 



, a town 



[ 1022 J 



Hemut ^ 



', ^ 



\ 



D^^, 



IV, 781, Hamath; Heb. nDH, Assyr. 

Hemreth (Henreth) () .sas ^""^y 

{sic) ^ 

|.2a5>^,IV, 798,varr. ^^.2x.^C^£^, 

%\ _®ak ^^^^^ ^^' ^°5' ^ Sudani country ; 
i __^ <!:>' situation unknown. 

Hen-t Pf- ^ T=rr , n ^ , a canal in 

the Nome Saites. 

Hen-t i ^ ^ ^ ^1=1 

^"''^ , the marsh district of the Nome Am pen. 

Hen ^ ^ "(^, u. 417, 

T. 238, § '^ ® , a town in the Tuat. 
Henu ? '^ "TI © , a town in the Sddin. 

Henui ta kharta ^0 (jf] ^"^ 1 

Tk "t-^ 1^ l\ ^ Sphinx 14, 168, a lake in 
m ^ J^®' the Delta. 



A/WVAA 



Henui ta gerri ft (111 ^^^ ^ 






S 



^, Sphinx 14, 166, a lake in the Delta. 

Hen nefer P-I^^' ^•^- ^^^5. 27, 

Nubia; see ([III g J ^. 

HenSU 1 ^^^ ©> Palermo Stele, 

Peasant 36, 1 fi , Rec. n, 80, I 

T ^AAAAA A AAAAAA T 






/\AA/WA 









AA/\AAA 



, 1 A^ ^ © , B.D. 185, the capital 
of the Nome Am Khent (Herakleopolis) ; Heb. 
D?n, Copt. ^rtHC, Arab. jj^lla>U Ahnas, 
Assyr. .-tyt -<^ S^: fclSw KT^- 

5enk § ^ :s:®, B.D._^4.,^.^.?^^a 



9en-t taui 

nan 

Her-t ^ 






" mistress of 



Egypt," a name of Thebes. 



Her ^ /\ *^^ Pyramid of King Men- 
<z> /— ^ ' kaura. 

CV£^, A.Z. 1908, 



118, the Necropolis of Memphis 



Herui <f. © -^, ^^"^, A.Z. 1906, 

1 20, Denderah. 

Heritabhetka 8.X..«,r7n U 



(i) a town in the Nome Lykopolites ; (2) a town 
in the Nome Libya-Mareotis. 






Her-a her Amen ^^^h 

A.Z. 1907, I, 4, a place in the Thinite Nome. 

Herastabshetl^j;^. a 

town in the Nome Atef-peh. 

Herip-tem4i ^(j(j ^^ (jf] ©. 

a suburb of Memphis. 

Herur,Herurit "^^=f ©, Rec. 32, 63, 



^1^_jO 



, Rec. 27,87 



Metternich Stele, 45, "^ ^^()(] 2' P-S-B. 13, 
511, the capital of the Nome Mahetch and the 
Nome Tekh; Copt. ^ofVJp, Arab. ,yh. 

^ ,~^=^ a necropolis near 



Her ment ^=^^ 
Her-t ent heh 






Edffl. 
the 



everlasting hill," a name of the tomb. 

Herit en hetch (?) hetep 



^ 



c=^ 



O /v^/w\ 



, a name of the temple of Latopolis. 
, Weill, Decrets, 9, ^ 



D 

Herui 

the Nome Coptites. 

Herui 



a canal in the Nome 
Ka heseb. 



Heru &abt 



the Nome of 
, the town of 



Horus of the East; ^^^¥^ q 

Horus of the East ; Copt. 4)^.p^A.n-^ See 
Per Heru 6,abt. 



Asphynis and its neighbourhood. 



Heru an (Heru em he-t An) 



[ 1023 ] 

(5 111 %^ © ' ^ *°^" "^^'' ^^^^^"^ (Letopolis). 



B.D.G. 121, 



A/V/WNA ^ 



-D 



flC^E) 



-D 



, Heroonpolis; 



Gr. 'H/^a'tt'i'TToX*?. 

Heru uat (?) 



^^ 



Q:£}^, Gol. 



Hamm. 12, 89, a district in the Eastern Delta. 

Herumafiti^(5-^^\__... 



Heru em aat uab (?) 

, a town near Heliopolis. 

Heru mer ^ ^^ ^ 



Oi 



a town of 
Khnemu. 



Heru mer ankhUserkaf ^i'Pi£j 

=:x. ■¥•, a temple founded by Userkaf. 

Heru mer Khafra f ^ ^^^^ ^ 



g © , a town founded by King Khafra 

Herukhentikhati ^ ^ 



ii-"^^]^^^ 



3 



\\ £) ^ _ 

Berlin 12,800, a town near Athribis; it was 
associated with the unborn Horus (Horus in 
the belly). 

Heru sa Ast ^ o r| " , ^^-Z- 35. 18, a 

.^ iJ © ' town in Egypt. 

' Dende- 
J' rah. 

Herutaiu ^ "^^^ '" Rec .w 

" lands of Horus," t.e., temple estates. 



Heru sma taui 



Heru-t (?) 

Heh « »{\£V], 



the district of Semnah in the 
Second Cataract. 

9e^ lis' f^|^=^. a sacred lake 
in Hensu (Herakleopolis). 

Heh sutenit | of J (jij ," , a district at 

Abydos 50 aruras, ^ ^ rTTl, in extent 



Hesb Ka (Ka Behes?) C3^ 

the nth Nome of Lower Egypt (Cabasites). 

Hesb Ka(Ka Behes?) fOJ^^, 



Cabasa ; Copt. K^A-^c, X^^&C. 

Hesp-t Maati ^->PPg, B.D. 

I, I 7 (Saite), the domain of Osiris. 

Hesp-t mert ^ g^g ^ ^ ^ 



I— fH 



(5 



:M^' 



f^/^/1 



EdfA 



ci loo <r:^ f\/vn 

Oxyrhynchus ; /wwva ^ ^t^; ^ .^wsaa O ^^ 

r AAAAAA I II I I I i^ ^:i town. 

Hesp-t ent Ra em sep tep ^ — 

::>q R\ a — tf— r>. o I o 

Hesp-t ent tchet ^^ ^~^ "^ Aby- 
o® ^ .^ii-.v' dos. 

9espta4uigq^^;.B.D.a... 

the town of Busiris. 

Hiesp tchatcha-t ent Unnefer 
maakheru ^® (^j/jj] ©, 

Elephantine. 

Hesfen |[l^, ^ g, Asphynis; 
Arab. ^^\ 

Heser I p '^, Thes. 1 283, yemembeb 8, 

8 n*^ B.D.G. 1063, a quarter of Hermopolis 
XI © * containing a famous temple of Thoth. 

Heqast (?) | ^ p jj ^ , a town in Egypt 

Heqfintch(?) | J ^. U. 293, f I . 

B.D. 99, Intro. 9, f p, |P . the 13th Nome of 
Lower Egypt (Heliopolites). 



[ 1024 ] 



Heq antch (or ant) 



n.n^. 



the 



n^ 



capital of the 13th Nome of Lower Egypt. 
TT , a district in the Nome Abetch (Abydos). 

Hekauhet, Hekauheth ? 



T=T 



ra 

in IV, 798, a Sudani country ; situa- 
=j' tion unknown. 



JMl 



Heka mer ankh Assa Cl 

^ •¥• © , an estate of King Assa. 

^-Tf-<=:=> 1 

Heken § ^ © , ^-^L 'f ^"J' '^.^ 

A O ^ suburb of Memphis. 

Hekha 



ra 



C^£^iO, Rec. 20, 115 ; 



see Hekauhet 



Hetau 



ra 



country ; situation unknown. 

Hetit n 1 (Ifl "^ , ^^^- 3I' 35. a city cap- 
• III HH ©' tured by Shashanq I. 

a name of the Nome Sma 
Behut. 



Hetep 



Hetep em hetep 



.^ 



^ 



town of Hathor. 

Hetep hemit(?) — " ~, p. 423, m 

, . o 

605, N. 1 2 10, ^ '-^j \^^, Metternich 

^=' ^ 6.^ ^ district in the Nome 



Stele 90, 



Hetep khet 
Hetep Khufu 



Heliopolites. 

^ S ^ I a district in the 
D I ^ ■ I ' Fayydm. 



C^Wlt 



, an estate of King Khufu. 



Hetch R o Y ©, a town near Kom Ombos 

Hetch Nekheta | ^ ^ £ J, Eiiei 

thyiaspolis (Al-Kab). 

Hetch-t Nekhen 
139, see Nekhen. 

Hetch Hem 



C^ C3CD 



, Rev. 10, 



V "^ a name for Lower 
^ © ' Egypt. 

Hetchi I np [^y^, IV, 801, a Sfidani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Hetcheb § "^ 11 ^, P- S06, a town .^ 

X fj©' theTua*^ 

Hetcher |^o^®,- ^own^r 
Hetchrer|-^^^©,a/^^^^ 

Kha T"^ ^ , Hh., a mythological lake. 

Khaitu I "^ l](] - "^. IV, 792, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Dende- 
rah. 



Khab T J *Q ' 1 1^ ' ^ ^^"^^ '" ^^^^• 



Khabatchaua 



Khabu IJ 



IV, 784, a district in Syria ; situa- 



tion unknown, 
the land of the 



' hippopotamus (?) 
• 11 © , a town in Upper Egypt, 

Khanratcha i^_,i^ Ic^. 

Anastasi I, 22, 6, the "fortress"; compare 
Heb. W^n, Assyr. --ff — ^^, ^t]] ^ 



Khar 



I Q^^, 
-2^ 



1 



[V£V£), IV, 712, I 

, IV, 665, , \\ I, 

T-Sa5> 1 O , Demot. Cat. 421, Syria. 

Kharr T^-^-^^. ® -^, a 

region in Western Thebes. 

Khari (Khri) | ^=> (|(] ^, Rev. 13, 

96 = V , Lower Egypt ; Copt. e^pHI. 

Khar en pa sebt T *^~^ /wwv^ ^U<^ 

n nn ^ "^ ^ 

' Jib © ' a part of the town of Sheten. 
the desert ; Heb. ^2'^n, Assyr. -y<y f:y]f]f ^-, 

Tig. Pii. I, VI, 63, >-]i ^]ry<f y^ ^^i Ashum. 

Annals III, 28, Heb. Hjlin. 



[ 1026 ] 



of Lower Egypt; r~w-i 
Timsah. 



Kharbu (Khalbu, Khalpu) T 

U T'J "^ l^^^l ' L-D- "I' '53, Aleppo; 
Assyr. Khalman -^ff -^ «, Rawl. C.I.W.A. 

III, 8, 86, Gr. xaXv/Sov. 

T==T , a canal in the 8th Nome 
_ 7=T, Lake 

Gol. 4, 6, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Kharersa (Khalarsa) T ^^ "^^ 

<::> [^ IV, 789, a district in Syria ; situation 
I I ' unknown. 

Kha[r]sam T[-aifi] EqI ^(^^^,Rev. 

13, 105, a district. 

IV, 786, a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; 
compare Heb. r\(?7n(?), Josh, xxi, 31. 



Kharkakh 



, IV, 788, 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^ , a district in the Nome GynaecopoHtes. 

I 

Khasau ^ ^ (j ^^©, Sphinx 14, 162, 
Casius on the Mediterranean (?) 

capital of the 6th Nome of Lower Egypt ; Gr. 
Xots, Copt. C^OJOT, Cg^OOT, X^OC, Arab. 

Sakhi Us-»- 

Khasui(?) ^\\^3=r, b.d. 125, 



n,-;varr.^^^=,_^^ 



^/v^/^/v^ 



5, 76, foreign land. 



Khaskh-t TO ® '^, IV, 800, Rec. 20, 

115, Bubastis 34A, T I , Karnak 22, 95B, 
Thes. 1254, foreign land; plur. T I ^^ - 

Khaskhetu lp2^\5\§\C J^^ 
Khas(?) seshem '|3>^ ^fr»T :^^» ^ 

part of the Nome Metelites. 
Khastp^.seeip 



Sphinx 14, 158, a town on the Libyan frontier. 

Khashabu | ^I^ J ^, IV, 783, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Khat,KhatJ^^,|.^,|^ 

^' 1 " A ©• ^ ©• " p"'* "' °'"^''^^- 

Khatftai | ^ ] (] "^ flf] . IV, 789. 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Khatathana J^Jij ^ \t^^^^' 

Annales 4, 131, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Khatithet ®^](1(1T1:^-^ 

Sudani country, far to the south. 

Khatum' T "^ ^ ^^^^, IV, 790, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Khaathen 5^;^]t— . iv. 

802, a Sudani country ; situation unknown. 
Khathai |^^(1() (read | ^' 

'^ 1 A f»^\ IV, 781, a district in Syria ; compare 
_^ H '' Heb. HDh I Chron. xvi, 38. 

T ' 

Khathartchau |i ^'T^i'^^. 

IV, 789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Khathakana 1 ^ -=- '^ V^ 

ro\A , Rec. 20, 117, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



Khatt 



Khatum' T 



II 



, a town in Egypt (?) 



(5 



r^^, 



Anastasi I, 17, 7, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

S T 



[ 1026 ] 



district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

KM aSUt Q n n r^ © , a town in Egypt. 

a Nome in Upper 
Egypt. 



Khai 



Khai 



Q 



Q 



, Rev. 12, I, Rec. 37,70, 
the capital of the Nome Khai. 

V 1 ^ 

/VWAAA Ci \\ 



Khai-t ur-t 



' , Edm. 



Khai en aakhuti q 

Edm. 

Khai-t en mut neter 

o-LD , Denderah. 



I 



I 



Kha-t utetqa em hat 

^ ^^_S^ a name of Karnak and of 
^^^^ ^ I ' Thebes. 

Khabao^^, ^^^^P^^,^ 



Khafau ^ ^ ^ ©> 



Kha em Maat s 



a town in 
Egypt. 



B ^, Rec. 20, 



42, the temple of Amenhetep III at Sftlb 
between the Second and Third Cataracts. 

Kna menx ^ ^ , j^j^^^^ 

\> o I 



!, 



Khaemhebs^^yp 

a sanctuary at Lycopolis. 

Kha nefer ^J^©' ^JH©' 

Memphis. 

Kha nefer s J ^, _^ J ^, the 

pyramid of King Merenra ( '^ ^ ] • 

Kha nefer he-t Usertsen 



1P 






S I © J the pyramid town of Usertsen I. 
_, _ Q q ;k fk 



Kha neter mesu 

town in Egypt. 



1 



Kha resu 



s® 



ian estate of King 
Kbufu. 



o 



Khahet ^ if '^ , IV, 802, a SMani 
country ; situation unknown. 



Kha khab (?) 



Q 
Q 



n^_^ B.D.G. 562. 
J ' alake(?) 



Kha Khakheperra s A^fo^^' 

the name of the pyramid of Usertsen II. 

Kha Khufu ^ © C^J^S' 

an estate of King Khufu. 

Khaui(?) Seneferu f P j <=> ^ ] 

—^ A A Weill, De'crets, 107, the two pyra- 
J-\J—\ ' mids of Seneferu. 

Kha kau Q l^ , a sanctuary of Ra. 



Ill 



Khibur 



w 



J"^ (>y^, Rec. 20, 118, 
Hebron; Heb. p'lin. 

Khirba (Khalba, Khalpa) ® '~' 

(^y^n, ® <==> J ^ l\ c^^^, L-D- ni, 153, 

Rec. 8, 134, Aleppo; Assyr. -^lyf >-^ <[•<, Gr. 
■X^aXvjSou. 

Khirpa ^ ^^^ ^ (^^^^, L.D. ill, 146, 

a Hittite town ; Boghaz Keui, Khal-ap. 

Khirtha <=> ^ q£^, l.d. hi, 144, 

Rec. 20, 118, Eg. Res. 61, 16, a district in Syria ; 
compare Heb. D")n, Judges i, 35. 



Khisas[khe]pa ® ^o^ ^o^ [®] 



Q:£^, 



L.D. HI, 146, Treaty 27, a Hittite district in 
Syria ; Boghaz Keui, Khi-ish-sha-ash-kha-pa. 

Rec. II, 71, Heth ; Heb. nil, Assyr. 

Khu-t khu Kheper ^ iV^ ^ 5| . 

Edfd. 

Kheb ® J"^ @' (^) ^ *°^" ^" '^^ 

Nome Matenu; (2) ® J ^j Metternich Stele 
6"?, a town in the Delta; (3) ^£, Jii"!^, 
^, a canal in the Nome Ka Kara. 



[ 1027 ] 



Khebit ® Jt^ (jlj ©.Sphinx 14, 159, 

S.ojf,eji^:j;,ojf 

"^ the swamp land of the Nome Metelites 
III' (Chemmis). 



Khebs ta aa heb 

52, a name of Mendes. 



^^:5^ 



, Berg. 



a Sftdani coun- 
situation unknown. 



Khepp^ ® 0, IV. 802, 

D D 1 try; situ 

Khep[er]emha®°^. i T-=^ 

^ ^ ' ^ ^ name of Denderah and of 

I ' P5.^©' Edfa. 



Eheper 



', Denderah. 



^-. a 



Eheper ^ , ^ , 

district in the Nome of Thebes. 

KheftherenarRa f ^.^1/^^^! 

a name of Thebes. 



Eheft her en neb-s-t 

IV, 834, Rec. 2, 129, ^ 



^ 



^ 



Tombos 3, 

^ I n -^ ^® ^ 

/WS^AA I I 63 , V AAAAAA 

O 



9. 



0" 
'I ©' 

P©,^^^[1^, a fortified 
gate of Western Thebes. 

Ehem ® l\ ©, N. 676, M. 211, 



^ "'^T', PanopoHs, the capital of the Nome 

Menu ; Gr. xw»» Copt. X-'^^**-^ !XJ^^^^ 
cyJULIIt, Arab. *a^^^U 

Ehemkhem © ^v ® ^ O , Kamak 

42, 28, a town in Egypt. 

Ehemik ^ ^ [|[| ^z::^, IV, 802, a 



Sddani country ; situation unknown. 

Ehemenu zz, |p|], z©z, z^z, 
zo= ""^ ==:0e = = 

= ©=' MM©' - = 



= = 



, zzO^®, 

. Rec 31, 25, DC S. 



B".p;MPts.pi^^ 



0(2 ' 



0(2 ' rr 0(2-z©' zzo(2 

Demot. Cat. 423, the capital of the Nome Unt 
(Hermopolites) ; Assyr. -t-]] ^ »^ ^^ 

Ehenbat(?) ^ ^?5i^i)S,yti^^, Treaty 

AA/\AAA _/A~ ^^H&J 

29, a Hittite town or district. 

Ehenm Ehufu f ©^.^.^ ] 

, an estate of King Khufu. 



Ehensu(?) g^ 



the 



2nd Nome of Lower Egypt (Letopolites). The 
object represented on the stand of the first 
example is the placenta. 



£)o 



3 



Ehenti ^ , "^ Q£!^, the Nubian 

frontier- <^ "^^ Rec. 27, 191, a land in the 
irontier, ^ ^^, ^^^^^^ 



o I \> 



, Thes. 1251, 1287, 



Ehent rflK 

the estate of Thothmes III in Lebanon. 



I a lake district in the 
Fayydm. 

^nn^ Rec. 14, 21, a 

Ci 11©' town in Egypt. 



Ehent fdl] ^, 

Ehenti ff[[| 

Ehenti Aabt ifOlT, ^^' ^•^- '9*3' 



124, the 14th Nome of Lower Egypt (Tanites), 
capital Thar ^^ © (Tanis). 

KhentiAabttilM M.^iji 

rn ,4. n ci o <0 .4. <£> .A. ^ o o 

fll^TJ(^^' ^T' ^Tc^^© 
town of the Nome Tanites. 

Ehenti ankhiu fflh ■?* J*!' ^-^G. 

127, the temple of Osiris in Shetnu. 



, the frontier 



Ehenti Menu, Ehent Menu 

Demot. Cat. 424, Apu (PanopoHs, Chemmis); 
Copt. cyJULirt. 

Ehent en Uast ^ '^^^ ? ^, Dream 

Stele, the foreshore of Thebes (?). 

Ehent nefer ^ I © , ^1^ * ^^"^ 

in the Delta. 

3 T a 



[ 1028 ] 



Khent en Tehen (fill ^ ,, V ] 1 2 ti^' 

the frontier of Teljen in the Northern Stidan. 

Khent en Thar §^^2, f^ 

)c^ -H- . nTh ^AAAAA^^ r\ a district in 

Q^ 1 r III '"'' ^i^\ 1^ I 

the Nome Thebaht. 

Khent hen nefer ^ "^^ ft I ^^=^^' 

Thes. 1288, the Southern Sfidan. 



Khent Shemu (?) ffjji -vywvA 



AAAAAA {" \\ ] ' I - r 

\ \ /WVAAA Vv I ' 

\\ ft/S/NAAA \> I 



a lake in Western Thebes near the Ramesseum. 

Khent ka Assa (T^T] ^^^^ 

an estate of Assa. 



Khent Ta Sti f^ 

Southern Stidan. 

Khentchi ® 



,(\^^ 



, the 



district in the Nome Thebaht. 



3^, JJ, a 



CTTD, 



the Necropolis of Western 



Q. 



Thebes. 

Rec. I, 52, a town in 
Egypt. 



Kher 
Kher 

TThfirn II A ^'^- ^^74, "S. the name 
Ji^nerp y^, of a pyramid. 

Kherpantaris ^^ ^^ | (j <=> 

r^ I L.D. Ill, 146, Treaty 28, a Hittite dis- 
r8^ ' trict(?) 



,^ 



Kherm'u ^ 

II, 169, Lake Timsah. 

Khertuf hesutuf <^*^.=^| ^ [1 



/VAAAAA 

^^^A/w^ ^ ReV. 



O (3 



(3 AAI I 

Thes. 1318, a court of Amen at Thebes. 

191, B.D.G. 628, Sunu, Syene. 

Khesau ^ () ^ ^ - , ^ "^™^ ^^/..^^ 
Khesef Antiu ^L-=vi | ^, A.z. 

1907, 96, the Island Gazirat al-Malik in the 
Second Cataract. 

Khesem ^ 



B.D. 



64, 29; -*; 



:n 



see 



Khet ® C , Rec. 19, 22, the Egyptian 

town called Naucratis by the Greeks. 

® ^^^ a name given to 
' o ' — ' ' many canals. 



khet ^ -wwvA 



"l 0=:^, n '^sv 1 f^^^' ^ district and 
town of the Hittites ; Heb. Jnn , Assyr. 

\> 
III 



Kheti _ '^ . . ©, a district of Coptos. 

Kheti (Khemti ?) ^\^,;. 

a district of Panopolis. 

Khetem Q , a name of Pelusium. 



Khetem 



T=T 



AAAAAA 

/VA/VAAA I < 



a canal in the Nome Edffl. 

Khetem ^^ a. 



e Q 



n 



[~] , a proper name (Etham?), literally, "fort- 

ress"; compare Heb. OH^, Exod. xiii, 20, Gr. 
'O0ofi, 'OOw/i. 

Khetem en Merenptah ® ^^ S 



D 



/^A^AAA iTi /^ ^2i 



X^ D I -.nV 



oi , the fort- 



ress of Menephthah in Theku ^ V\ [Xj • 

Khetem ur en Uatch-ur ^ ^ Q 



AAwv\, Rec. 22, 106, the Medi- 

ft/V/SAAA 

terranean fortress, Pelusium (?) 

Khetem enti em Thar ® ^-^^ 

(Jy. , the fortress of Tanis. 
, the fortress of Coptos. 



AAAAAA a 

Khetem Gebti 



w 



Khetmen 



C^ t\N\l^/^ 



3S c 



3 f'AAA/V\ "SS. 



certain kind of land, and of Egypt itself (?) 

Khet en bah ^ ^ ^^^^ 'fi'f=T, the 

°0?>if3<, the 



landing place of Neb-beb ; 
sacred boat of Memphis. 



[ 1029 ] 






, a region con- 
taining terraced gardens near Coptos. 

Khet Thar ® ffP ?^ jsx. ,Xj , Tanis. 
Khetoharei^.oJQfl^.Rec. 



12, 53, 57, a district in the Delta. 

a swampy region 



I I I 



Khaut ^ 

in the east of the Delta. 

Khaut Anep "^ 

B.D. H2, I, the swamps of Anep. 

Khakha ^ _ 

region ; situation unknown 

Kha-t dment 



SI D c. 



, a swampy 



^n 



Q 



Kha-t mena 
Kharm 



,n 



, Denderah = 






Kharkhar (?) 



a canal in the Nome 
(2 ' — ' ' Heroopolites. 

a canal in : (i) the Nome Cynopolites ; (2) the 
Nome Herakleopolites ; (3) the Nome Letopolites. 

Khas ^^"^ Ytv ^ district in the Nome 
„ ^ ' Ka khas (?) 

. Khas Tern ^^ ^, ^ ^""'^^ ^^^ f 

3^=r ^pcnc Denderah. 

' (1 (1 <^ » ^ ^°^" "^^'" Athribis ; van 

m 



T=T 



I ' /V/\A/VW 



canal in the Nome Uthes Heru. 

Khen nesu 1 <^ 3=1 (p-khen- 

nesu), the " Royal Canal " of Edfu. 

Khen ^ O % ©, b.d. ho, 23, \5^ 

/\A/\A/\A _Zl Q 

oe.R-..o,,4o.\f^.N^o^.\^g 

^ -^ V Vn /*AAAAA V T-I AAAAAA v r-I AAAA/V\ ^^ 

N? T^ (](]©, a town near Gebel Silsilah. 



Khenu 3?;(° ^,'5^d%®»^§. 

yB5 , D X^ ^ , a name given to any city in 

Egypt in which the king and his court resided ; 
Assyr. ^]] ^ -4--ITT "jA -<T<. 

Khenkhen 3S n ® '^, 3^ ^, 

AAA/VNA AAAAAA V6? AA/\^/\A < J 

(NAAAAA AA/WAA W AAAAAA A/WNAA l_ J WV\AA AA/VAAA _2I 

Middle or Upper Egypt. 

Khenu-t en Maat ^ ^ a — (J ^ , 

AAAAAA ^^L. J I vi? 

a district near Busiris. 

Khenu Shu ^ ^ ©[S^1» a name 

AAAAAA I I I /T I 

of Memphis (?) 

Khenbi n$ 5(](1(^£^, IV, 801, a 

AAAAAA ^^ 1 I 

Sfidini country ; situation unknown. 

Khnem QT^^,"^^, Q (1(1 3=1, 

a canal in the Nome Tuf. 

Khnem-t Q 

Khnem-t U aaaaaa , a well in the Eastern 

/ AAAAAA ' 

• AAAAAA 

Desert near Sni (Latopolis). 

Khnem-t Abetch U 2 > the well and 

temple of Rameses II at Abydos. 

Khnem Aaten W ^ ^ , Edfd 
Khnem-t Absaqba Q 



^^ the famous well 



at Abydos. 



\r^ 



AAAAAA 

-NwjAA I a well in the desert be- 
T=T \j> ' tween Egypt and Syria. 



I AAAAAA 

' AAAAAA 

AAAAAA 



AAAAAA R /-^ /-s 
AAAAAA YT I 
AAAAAA r AAAAAA 



Khnem-t Amentet en Kam Q 

^ '^ I ^ i!=: |nv S , B.D. (Saite) 163, 16, 



the well of the Amentet of Egypt 

Khnem-t aa-t ur-t Q 



«^^, the Wells of Moses, east of Suez. 

Khnem ankhtt Q^^fV^. 

Necropolis of Western Thebes called ^_ ^ 
I -^ 
I , " the heaven of divine souls," 

I III 

Khnem ankhtt en Khemenu 



^r.z-^m\- 



a district of Western 
Thebes. 

3 T 3 



[ 1030 ] 



Khnein-t(?) uas U 1, the temple of 
Rameses II at KOrnah. 

Khnem Menmaatra nekhtut S 



UJl 



^rV^n^^^'" a well dug by 
y=T[ ^^Vl J a^^^rn' Setil. 

Khnem netchem U f ^^^^, a 

i \ AAftAftA \> 1 

sweet-water well on the road between Egypt 
and Syria. 

Khnem resh-t Q '^.S^^, Denderah. 



IZSZl 
<3 



Khnem reshtu Q 

a temple of Rameses III at Thebes. 

AAAAAA > 

Khnem Huthaina n aw«aa 

AAAA_AA r— ^"^ 



\a, 



/VWV/VA /V\AAA/\ 



,a 



/wwvN , a well near ]&tham and Migdol 

Khnem-theru U ^^^^ "^ ^"^^^ 

famous well in Nubia. 

Khnem heh Q ^ | o § . a temple of 
Rameses III at Thebes. 

Khnem Seti Merenpteh U 



/NAAAAA 
AAA AAA 
AAA^VNA 

Y { 



c 



n r^ 



a well dug by Seti II Meneph- 
thah. 



Khnem-t qebh Q ^ PO ^^^^^ , the Nilo 

meter shaft at Edfd. 

Kheraha /i\ q^ ©, R 605, 1^ 



l^ 



, B.D. 169, 20, 



m 



Q£^ 






/H *^ ^ © , fl^ I ®, a town on the right 

bank of the Nile, the site of which is marked to- 
day by Fustdt, or Old Cairo, Babylon of Egypt. 

trict in the Nome Nefer Amenti, 

Kher Tehuti /l\ ^ 



p. 504, a town 
in the Tuat, 



Sa, Sai ^ 



, U. 556, p. 709, 
IV, 1 134, 1135, ^2' ^ 



(3 ci 



of the Nome Sapi meh; Assyr. ^J:yy ^ yjy][, 
Copt. C^.1. 

Sa em Ta en hetch "^ ^ T 1 n v ' 

a name of Sni (Latopolis). 

Sai Ta her sept Uatch ur ~^!\f\ 

land joining Lake BaruUus and the sea. 

Salt ^i^^^, ^'^^ ^, the valley of 
the cat-mummies near Beni-Hasan. 

Sau ^'"^^^C^^^. a district on the 
western side of the Red Sea. 

Saut ■«-^^;,N.649,»^;, 

1' ^ M, 






, capital of the Nome Atef 
khent ; Copt. CIOOXT (Asyfit). 

Sanhem ^^'^::2;:r^ Ksfc^.B.D.iio, 



Sinsin I, 4, the Grasshopper City in the Tuat. 

Sakheb ^^^ 1©,^ Q^, a town in 
the Saite Nome. 



_2^ ^ 



_^ 



Satarr 

"^^ Nastasen Stele, a town in the Stidin ; 
© ' situation unknown. 



Sankh Sesheta Assa [ 

I "Y* © , an estate of King Assa. 

Su-H. 



]t 



IV, 800, a Stidani coun- 
' try ; situation unknown. 



Suanu, Sunu 1^^^ % © , Meux Cat,, 
^^"^^©.Rec. 21, 51, .f-»|(j(], Rec. 



ft /VVVVV> f? /-x 

^. ^©' •=!- ©' ^^'"'' ^'- ^"'"'^ ^'^- 

n:3'}D, Copt, conf^-lt Arab. J^V 



[ 1031 ] 






», Pelusium; LXX 2aJi/. 



Sun _^, the district of Pelusium (?) 

Seben (?) _h_J/wwva ®, u. 330, T. 

300, a town in the Tuat (?) 



^ 



the 



Sebekh dakhut . 

n^ u ^n 

temple of Thek, the capital of the Nome 
Nefer Aabti. 



Sep ^, 

)me of 

Sep 



. the 18th 



Nome of Upper Egypt (Oxyrhynchites). 

^^®' D 
the capital of the Nome 
Sep (Hipponon). 



Sep-Ra o 



a sun temple near 
Sakkarah. 



Sma Antch-t (?) T ]^ © , a town 



-I \ 



in the Delta. 

a district near Bubastis. 



Sma Behut 



''nr 



Ci © 



, the 17th Nome 



of Lower Egypt (Diospolites); T B ® cjl' 

a town in the Nome. 



Sma Behut T ^ 



CM5£l^ © 



j[]^ ^, B.D.G. 708, a district near EdfQ 



© 



• WVVAA 



Smen ^^ — "' [!'=© 0'='° ° 
SmenMaat ^VP'— IP^' 

(i) a town of 
Hathor near Memphis; (2) a town of Ptah 



near Sekhem ; varr. (1 P C 



and 



(WN/SAA «» 






Smen 9er =|¥^S' ^ 

P\ Q B.D.G. 1063, the capital of the Nome 
J^ ' Ampeh (Ptolemais ?) 

Smen Tet (Tcliet) Sll Sft"^, 

a district in the Nome Busirites. 

capital of the Nome Latopolites (Asnd). 
Senf '^■'^^ '" ^» ^ "^"^^ ^^ Memphis. 

Senemtt -^^^^ ^^ ^ . ~^ "^X 



[M^ 



Shipwreck 10, 






©' O 



\> — ^ 









(\£^, 



O 



, ^ 



Q£^' /vwvw 



^/^/1 



o 



, a district in Nubia round about 
the First Cataract, the modern Biggah. 

.A 



Senhaqarha ^^^^^ 

ra 



ra 



'^, B.D. (Saite) 163, 2, a town in Nubia (?); 



ra 

ibid. 3. 

Senk 






^ B.D. 113, 9, a town in 
©' Egypt. 



SentiNefert ^^^^ 
w 



the capital of the Nome Nefer Ament (Mete- 
lites); Coptic XJLeXeZ. 



Sera He-t neha 



y I 



al-H. Shrine, a locality in the Delta. 



. Saft 



Serenkik 



f^^^/i 



, IV, 796, a 



SQdani country ; situation unknown. 

Serq *~:, Pselchis ; van <r> 
A ® ^:zi:^ 



Serk •^>T= 



^ a district in the Nome 

Nefer Aabti. 



3 T 4 



[ 1032 ] 



Serk(?) ta ^ '^ , mP 

capital of the district Hetep Hem. 



, the 



Seher r-. 

nj 

Seher sa 



ra 



P.S.B. 25, 220, a town 
in Egypt. 

tCT „ , a town or dis- 
I © 



cr3 



trict in the S(id2,n ; situation unknown. 
Letopolis. 

Sekhut enth henmemu 

and town of Denderah. 
a town in the Nome Saites. 

Sekhem "i~^, ~!~^ ^^ 






^^o-, Sinsin 3, .0, 

, B.D. I, 21, -=30t:- 

:n® 



n ® — aoi=- c^ 



, Rec. 29, 144, 






Letopolis the capital of the Nome Khensu (?) 

Sesh ^^ , ""*~S 

Hensu (Herakleopolis) ; var. ^^ ^^^W 



, a district in 



Sesh en Ateh ^^ / 

place of Horus in the Delta 

Sesh en neb Sa 

suburb of Sais. 



c 1 



#^3 the birth- 



Seshesh 1 "'"^, Weill, D^crets, 107, the' 
7th Nome of Upper Egypt (Diospolites Parva) ; 
« ^, IV, 957, the capital of the same. 



Seshesh t=gzi a town in Egypt. 



Seshem-t c3o 



—SL^ 



Seshen r^^ 

AA/SA/V\ 



town in Egypt; varr. 



, CZSZl o 



, Sekhem. 
^ ©' ^ 



I W I AAVSft'V 



w 



Seshensem 



rvn 



, IV, 802, a 



Stidani country ; situation unknown. 



Sesher i=ez] IV, 924, a town in Egypt. 

Sesheriut ^a (1(1 ^^Di:\>], IV, 689, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Skarga ^ *^ S '^ ^ , a town in 
the Sftd^n. The "Suk^Xxv of Ptolemy (?) 

Seker ^^. ^ft/l ®,'%^^?^^ 



Seker mer ankh Assa fl\ ~ 

^^ *"==x. ■¥* © , an estate of King Assa. 



Segur 



a district ; situation unknown. 



D£^, Rec. 19, i8, 



Set, Set (Sem-t) ^ , ^ ^, ,, 



p: 



—a— 






desert, necropolis ; plur. 



^ I. 

Set (Sem-t) Amentt "^ v^, the 

Necropolis of Western Thebes. 

Set (Sem-t) Gebti ^^^J^^^©. 

the desert of Coptos. 



Set, Sti Q [M^, N. 661, 
, M. 779, ^ 



o 



, P. 669, 



M^ — ^ 1 

the land of the bow, i.e., Nubia — the Stid^n, more 
fully Ta Sti, ^ ~^ ^ f\ (3 



^ .. For 



1! 



CD 



^ ^, see B.D. (Saite) 163, 9. 



Sta 



1K -^ 



D m y^ ' 



n ^ 1k-^ ~"<^ n ^ n the canal in the Nome 
I m 1=1' I 3=r' ■ Atefpeh. 

Setep ^ [TT], n "^ ° , a temple of 
£> — s I o UTJ Ihoth. 

5a^ "~" 



Setek ^ fN/\/i , 



, the 



district of the goddess Pekht near Beni Hasan. 

Sethu ^f^^»IV,799,^^(NA^, 
Rev. 15, 103, a district in Northern Nubia. 



[ 1033 ] 



Sa&ba 'iff (1 OT jk^^5»^ r^^^A , Rec. 20, 

118, 'O^ (j ^ ^ ] ij C=D, Champ. Not. II, 
130, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Saaabu ^ <,^=» J ^ ®' Westcar Pap. 
a town in Egypt. 

Saudb Seneferu ( P j <=> §"] 

I /^ © , an estate of Seneferu, 



f^^^^ 



, Rec. 21, 14, the 



Sa Uah-t ^ ^ 1 

I ci I I 

region of the Great Oasis. 

Sauka, Saka lo^ ^ U, 'o^ ^ ^ 

Q£^, IV, 784, ^^O, P.S.B. 27, i86, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

A.1 fN>^>^ Anastasi I, 27,. 5, a district in Syria; 
I ' situation unknown. 

Sabur P |J % ^=f © , a town in Egypt. 

Saburi.... 'a^J(^J^, ()() p, Goi. 

4, 5, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

- \\ 



Sama (Sam') ^ 



Rec. 20, 



the 



116, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Sam'araua 'o'^fl^'T'f]'^. 

IV, 793, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Sanniir [A i'^— > ,Rec. 20, 118, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Sa-t en Sau lA /wwna 

temple of Khnemu at Latopolis. 

Sanka i^ L-J , Mar. Aby. II, 2, a 

country ; situation unknown. 

Sanger c^ 7^ ' , iv, 700, iff tt 

I, , ,S^t^^,L.D. 111,88, 1 ^^(^^, 

Gol. 4, 8, Shinar, Babylonia ; Assyr. V' "^TT -Hh 
??< <T-Tr<T. Heb. -^y^t, Arab.^l^. 

Sari Iff Q^v£i, Rec. 20, 116, Iqi*^, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



^ 



Sarmerti Iq] *^^ ^^ 1 (], iv, 791, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Sarmesk ^ *^^ fh H'^^^^ivx^, Rec 

20, 1 16, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Sarna iff .&a '^, iff .^aa "^t^^^* iv, 

782, a district in Syria; Assyr. -Cff |^<| ^IH •-''|, 
compare Heb. l^ltZ?, Isaiah Ixv, 10. 

Sarneg ^'^^. Maskhfidh Stele, 
Drangiana; Pers. f .-.-y ^ ft, Behis. I, i6, 
Babyl. V ]f]f m -T m 4-. 6. 

Sarresu(?) "o" "^^^^^ iv, 793, 

Iq] *^^^ 1 tk Qy^ Treaty 27, a district in 
I \\ T Jl ' Syria. 

Sarsar ^ ^"^^^ lo" ^^^^ , Nastasen Stele 
I I I I © 

57, a town in the Sddin. 

Sarka IqJ ^^ L-1 "l C^O^, Gol. 4, 7, a dis- 
I <=>i I I 

trict; situation unknown. 

Sarkasha ^ *y* ^ I^ '^, iv, 788, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Sarti (SalU) ^ .fe^] (] , IqJ .^as] (] 

C^^^, IV, 785, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 

Sah n i^ ^^» IV, 802, a sadini 
country ; situation unknown. 

Sah p^-m^©,^- '^9, 
Sakhpana Iq^ 



a town in the 
Tuat (?) 



W 






C^^^^, 



Treaty 28, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
Boghaz Keui ''"za-kha-bu-na-ash. 



Saqti IqJ ^ (JU t^^^' Maskhfltih Stele, 
Sogdiana ; Pers. []*^ <Jf <^] <j( "ff , Behis. 
I, 16, Babyl. V^ M ^ ^T. 6. 

Saka Iq^ ^5^ ^> capital of the Nome 
Antch (Busirites, Cynopolites) ; Copt. K^IC. 

Sakam i^ ^^ _> ^^ <s-j, 

Anastasi I, 2r, 6, Shechem ; compare Heb. 
DDtp LXX ^v)^€fi. 



Sakakhi IqJ i-J ^ 
I I II 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 



[ 1034 ] 

, IV, 789, a district 



Saksakti-t to^ U i;g] U 



/WSAAA 

_ /VAAA/VA 

'III \\ AAA/W\ 



Nastasen Stele 42, a town in the Egyptian 
Sadin. 



Sakath ^ 



Q>2^, Rec, 20, 



116, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

^^, Anastasi III, 3, 7, a lake m the Delta. 

Sati 'O' ] [()] g, IV, 792, a dis- 

trict ; situation unknown. 



Satuna \^ \ :=>'^ "V^^^^' ^^- ^^^- ^^' 

175, a district ; situation unknown. 

Satkhebeg IqJ | ® J s Q:^, iv, 789, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Satchar ^ i ^ Eg. Res. 54, 15, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



a name of Sais. 

Sapi meh 






, the 5th 



Nome of Lower Egypt (Saites), capital Sais 

Sapi Shema 



^ the 4th Nome 

*^ , of Lower Egypt 

(Prosopites). 






Sati |l(j^©,B.D. 141,113, 

) , a town of Osiris. 
Sankh fl •¥• ® , a town in Egypt 



W 



I s 



, a part of 



Sankh Taui 1 •¥• 

Memphis; van "T" ^ • 

Suan n r) T" ^ ^, Demot. Cat. 423, 
I ( I , |- 1 ©' Syene, Aswin. 

Subqa ^^^ J^^c^^' IV» 789, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Sumnu ^^|§, Rec. 28. 168, ^^ 

S®'+^ O ©,Sni(Latopolis.Asna). 

Suna I ^ '^(^^va, Rec. 20, 117, a dis- 
trict conquered by Rameses III. 

Sur 1 ^*^T* IV' 792, a district in Syria ; 
T_ZIqA£i' - situation unknown. 

Eg. 4, 95, a fortress in Thebes. 

Suhp^|;,T.34.4M^©. 
P. 221, a town in the Tuat (?) 

Sukaua ^^^^f] '^, IV, 790, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Sukbak^^Yi^T-'^'"^- 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



SUtOD. I <§. /WWSA , I I (9 AftAAAA , | I (^ /WW\A , 

I 1 I I AAA/WA A/VWVA I 1 1 

a canal in the Nome Herakleopolites. 
Seb ' J ^ » a town in Egypt. 

Sba en qerti P ^ J ?P — <==> \ 

l__j J5j j "the Door of the Circles" in the 
nJ I ' T^at, a name of Abydos. 

Sebaq ^ J "^ ^ I' ©. Goi. 12, 81, a 

district; situation unknown.. 

Sebma |1 J _^ "^c^^, iv, 805, a 

Sudani country ; situation unknown. 



Sebkh-t meht P J ® ff 

town in Egypt. 



PJ!ljf 



^ w 



, a town 



Sebkh-t rest 

in Egypt. 

Sebkh-t Sheta fl J ^ fj" , a dis- 
trict in An (Heliopolis). 

Sebek 4^^^ ^ , Crocodilopolis. 

SebTakerhetpJO^^;,a 

quarter of Memphis. 

sebtipaaupj;;^^;^!]^®. 

Sphinx 14, 156, a town in the Delta. 



[ 1035 ] 



Sebti en Uast P J ^ ^^ — f 2 ' *^^ 

fortress of Thebes. 

Sebti en Nept PJ^O^^ — '"^^^ tXn, 

the fortress of Nept (Napata). 

Sebta n Jc:^^*^ f\^\/i , Rec. 24, i6o, 

a district ; situation unknown. 

Sebti -t Arksetres f J ^"^ n 

( 1) ^^ I] <:!> ], a name of Alexandria. 
Lower Egypt (Nomus Arabicus). 

Smen tebnut (?) P ™ ^ J H*^' 

Rec. 22, 2, a town in Egypt. 



Sen-t (He-t Sent (?) p J 



Inscrip. Methen, a group of villages in the Delta. 

Rec 20 01 y y 1'-^ ^•^- ^24, 20, a sanctuary 
20, 91, ^ j^jj, @, Qf j^g^^ ^^ Panopolis. 

Senger |^iXi, Mar. Aby. II, 2, 
32, 69, Shinar, Babylonia; Heb. "^i^it!?. 



] [^^^, 



Sentchar 11 ^^^^ i 
Ser n 



"^"Y^ a district in Syria ; Tall al-'Amar- 

^' nah V -TT^ tsw }} <T-TT<T- 

* B.D. 149, a town in the 7th 
) ' Aat. 



Serut Ra Assa 

an estate of King Assa. 

Sernik H ^T* h (1 ^^^, IV, 796, a Sfldini 

country ; situation unknown. 

Sehetep 0==^ ". ^ t°^" "^^^^" 

I c. D © (Hehopohs). 

Sehetep Ra Assi (| ~7" U O P 

© , an estate of King Assa. 

c^ D 

Sehtem H | ^ ^, iv, 801, a saddni 

country ; situation unknown. 



Seht TeteftA ( G g .^ ] p J 

© , an estate of fetefra. 

Sehetch P t "^ " , ^**=- 33. 4, a part 
I A Ci I © of Memphis. 



a district in the Nome Menu 

Sekh-t 



var. 






the Canopic branch 
of the Nile. 



sekh-t p m 

the plain of Baherah. 

Sekh-t 



®, Sphinx 14, 158, 



^ n 



, a portion of 



Sni (Latopolis). 

Sekh-t &abt 

1^ nnn.A^^ 



^ ^, B.D.G. 13, 



, " eastern meadow," a district 



near Bubastis; 



n 



western 



meadow," a district near Bubastis. 

Sekh-t aamit ||| (l g. 

11 © ' M ^ ^^' ^^''- '^' '^' '^^ ^^''' 

of Jupiter Ammon (Siwah). 

Sekh-t Aanra(Aaru) |||^ l)"^ 

1 ^ "T^ ^ ® ' " ^'^^^ °^ Reeds," 
the " Elysian Fields " of the Egyptians. 



irnia I I 



Sekh-t aur Mi ^ 



Sekh-t An 



i- 



-— ^ a town near 
, © ' Sni (Asna). 

Metternich Stele 



89. Horus was stung by a scorpion here. 

sekh-t uftb^^^. m; 

/^T _ , a district in the Nome Matenu. 



Sekh-t Mam 0|0 



en, Hap ©, ^, in the 3^d^Nome^of 



[ 1036 ] 



Sekh-t Mathu-hetep 



J' 



n 



', Hh. 377, a mythological locality (?) 



Sekh-t mur (?) 



e 



town in the Nome ApoUinopolites. 

Sekh-t Mefek 

2 2, 2, a town near Sais. 

Sekh-t ment ^^^ ^^^ 



f^"^ 



Sl <=>/ 



z^, Rec. 

van liU 



, a district of Tanis. 

Sekh-t en Bast MIa^^aaa^c^ ^, b.d.g. 

207, the territory of the goddess Bast. 

Sekh-t en per Heru 







© , the temple estate of Edfft. 



Sekh-t ent re Upi 



n 



^ B.D.G. 22, a town near 
' Memphis. 

Sekh-t Neter i 1]JJ] t-^j, a district 

in the Nome Ten (?) 

sekh-t Neter ^ m = ^ ^, 

" Field of God," a name of the Nome Bubastites. 

Sekh-t en Tchann 



I 
\> I 

« Field of Zoan," Tanis ; Heb. IV^JTrit??, Psalm 
Ixxviii, 12, Copt. X^ItH. 



Sekh-t Ka 



o 



V 



I ' 



o 



7^©, the 
estate of a famous sun-temple near Memphis. 



Sekh-t resa(?) 

31, 35, a town in Egypt. 



Sekh-t Hemam 



_> 



s 



^ o III 



i^m: 



o III 



, " Salt-field " (Nitriotes, Widi an-Natrdn). 



Sekh-t Hetep 

near Athribis. 



c^ .. fl 



H^ D©' 



a region 



Sekh-t Sebek 



, a district in 



the 7 th Nome of Lower Egypt (Metelites). 

sekh-t Shakka -^ ||| ) H^ 

^^ — * A fc) ^ Demotic Cat. 424, a place near 



Sekh-t Shu 



al-Hibah. 



pS'Mp:- 



waste district in the Nome Shens, ^^ , in 
Lower Egypt. 

Sekh-t shent H ^ g ] $■ 

AA/VVV\ 11 



n1 nH iH - 

Q v.^-:^ a district and canal 



Oo 1 — 1 * in the Nome Ampeh. 



Sekh-t Eenset H 

P. 175. p 



[\y\£l' 



of Lower Nubia, 



^ , N. 947, the region 



Sekh-t Tetefra [©T^l P ^ 

© , an estate of Tetefra. 

Sekh-t Tchan fljj ^"[i^ 

<=^ ^/^AAA^ 

ni ^, " Field of Zoan," Tanis : see Tchan ; 
— *\ ^ © 

Heb.JJ^imitp, Psalm bcxviii, 12, 43, Arab. ^U. 
Sekhaa P 1 (1 d?^ ^ i see Aat Sekhau, 

Sekhempehti ^|^UJ^V' 

a town in the Eastern Delta near Rameses. 

Sekhti (Sekhem-ti ?) ^ |, Upper 

and Lower Egypt. 

Sessu ppp, ppp©, p©f], ppp 

V\ ©, Rec. 31, 28, a town in the Fayyfim. 

Sessukauar fl w 1 (2 ^z:^ '^ ^ 



.2;fi I rac^^^, 



Gol. 4, 8, a district in Syria ; 



situation unknown. 

Sesben fl fl J , IV, 791, a SMani 

country ; situation unknown. 

Seshem ^ i^, -fl^ ^ i^ 

fl^ T IGDj, , a district in the Delta. 



[ 1037 ] 



Seshem nefert H ^=:^ T '^, an estate 

in the Delta. 

Seshem heh ^ ^=z ^ I , the name 

of a sacred lake at Hensu. 

Seshemu^taui f^^|3^, 

P ^ ^ ^ cr^, Mar. Karn. 52, 9, a 
royal palace in the Delta (?) 

Sek PI 



r\/>^ 



, MaskhAtah Stele, Scythia, 



, "at the end of the earth," 



Pers. Sa-ka f^ ft, Behis. I, 16. 
Seg I ^, a village or estate. 



Segar |ls 
Segert P^^^, ^ 

of Osiris at Busiris ; see 



3 F cm ; see Theku, 



S 



tz-zi 



, a sanctuary 



A 



S 



C-D 



Segeh lis 



Sphinx 14, 160, a town 
in the Delta. 



Segeq 1 ^ © , a town in Egypt. 



the country of Set, i.e., Lower 
Egypt. 



Set >5LJ 

Set p-^, the Nome Hypselites 



Statt ~^^ ^ K.ec. 7, 78, the Necro- 
7^ fxnuQ * polis of Memphis. 



Stareh 



Sphinx 14, 163, 
Sethrois (?) 



Q«+ '*it^ AA ^ P.S.B. 25, 220, a town in 
^*'*JTl^H©' Egypt. 



Sti en sa heb sks (?) *T" ^ /v — fc^ 

■ ■ , , Denderah. 



Sethebu H ^ j^ f\/\/i , Rec. 20, 115, 

fl ^ nt^ IV, 798, a Sudani country; situa- 
I rn J zi' tion unknown. 

Seth-t n ™ ^, p. 90, M. 1 19, p 8= 
''^^^^.N. 698, ''^^^(H^, ^Sn^Y^SS^ >. . 
(i) the district of the First Cataract ; (2) Asia. 

Set n^, p^(^^^£], IV, 799, a Sddini 
country ; situation unknown. 



She 



rm 



f^yy^ the lake country, i.e., the 
I is ' FajryAm. 

Sha-t JL-]q:£v^. JL^^. IV, 618, 
^jl (vA/1 1 , a country; situation unknown. 

Sha-t (?) 1^ Q , Stele of Alexander IV, 

a locality in the Nome ^""^ V I ° S\ ^■ 

shaBhat(?) mm^^i^^Tt. 



Shaauka 



m\\ 



Ui 

(•=0) 



C^£va, L.D. III, 



252, 38, perhaps one of the two towns called 
Sokhoh, niito in Judah ; see Josh, xv, 35, 48. 

Shadn4 J^ "^ \\ ^A/^/v^A \\ ^ ^^ n ^ a 

lake (?) ^^^^ 

Shadnd,urgenna I^ "^ (1 '^'^'^ (1 ^ 



S 



I III 



IV, 790, a district in Syria; 
situation unknown. 



Shaasu resu (shemau ?) ^^ (] R ^ 

^ , the southern deserts. 
I I iXlll 



Sha^sheri I^^(]p 



7^ 



A.Z. 1884, 89, 96, a district in the Sfldan. 






ShaAs hetep Mttjjp'^g, C3s 
^.Rec.,7.8;.^^fp..^^^, 

Nome of Set (Hypsele) ; Copt. cytOTTl. 

Shaa ™ I^"^, ^"^ 

Ttttt -^/i . TjlVT , a canal in the Nome 

Hermopolites in Upper Egypt. 

Shaa M^^^, m^-" 

country in the SAdan. 

Shasha Amen IM ]M, en h '^^^ 1 

fl fl I /VAAAAA I 

(with the article D), a district of Thebes. 

Shau(P)M^|,M^^®, 

B.D. 142, a town of Osiris. 

Shaua M "^ f] "^ ] CW). Anas- 
tasi I, 19, 4, a mountain in Syria. 



C^rwi 



21, a district in Syria ; situation unknown 

Shaurenta Mil'^^^ 



[ 1038 ] 

, L.D. III, 252, 



IV, 789, a district in Syria; situation unknown, 

Shaus M "^ P tL I ' A.Z. 1865, 28; 
seeShasuIiliI^^^X|; Shaus UJg 
fl|Xi|- 

ShaUSef J^ "^ H '^'^, a district in the 
Nome Busirites ; var. CZD T»TtT % M '^^ . 

Shab^^J^, Rec. 20, i.6.a 
district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Shaba M^^^, =^-.,^,^.08, 
Shabareth Uarkit M J ^ ^ 

and 76, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Shabareth en gabari J^ J i^ 

^ ^^^ ^^ ^ ^^^ jj jj [W], L.D. III, 

252, 73 and 74, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 

Shabtuna Iffi J^^'^. ^^> 784, 

district in Syria ; situation unknown ; varr. 
J ^ ^ "^ C^:£^, Rec. 20, 118, ^ 



, A/VAA^SA AAAAA/V 



(3 ^ 3^ 



n -. 



Shamabu (Shambu) TtTtt 

1)^3 IV, 790, a district in Syria; situation 
-J Jl N unknown. 

Shamana (Shamna) ]^ f\ r\ ^ 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Shamana (Shamna) T»TtT^^ ^^ 
frf-M^^f^. IV. 78.. a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Shamashaatum T»T»!a ^ TtTtt (1 1 ^ 

S, IV, 783, M^^Iiil () ]S. ibid., a 
people or district of Syria ; var. r-\vn 

Shamashana l£^ J^ "^ f\/\/ i, 

Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known ; compare Heb. ]"ittjpt!?. 

Shanama (Shanam) |^ ik^ r~, 

Iml^^lj ^Q^^, L.D. III, 252, 15, a dis- 
trict in Syria; Heb. Di'ltlJj Josh, xix, i8. 

Shanarkai J^ <^ "iK^ ^:z:56 

"^ HA IV, 790, a district in Syria; situation 
mSS' unknown. 

Sharneram ]£^-^^.s^ h ^^c^^, 

Eg. Res. 83, 104, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Sharhana TtTiT ^ ^ \'^^'IV>♦■ 
AA/NAAA ^ ^ ^ .XT.^ "^ /SA/V\AA 

Ill, 252, 125, a district in Syria; Heb inilttj 
Josh, xix, 6. 

Shahetep Mil ^^^ , a part of the Laby- 

■ ci D 

rinth representing the Nome Thebaht. 

ShasaI^^^,Ija^|^,Rec.ix. 

60,25, 194; see|^'^^^'|c^>:^^. 

Shasu Mit'^^.^']Q>:^£],B.D. 3,127, 

1^1 V^Qi^^, IV, 721, the country of the 
nomads who Uved to the east of Egypt ; | ^ 



Shasef JM ^, JM 



\> 



Shas hertt 



^ 



A/SAAAA 



Rec. 15, 151, a district in the 
Nome Busirites. 



P<J 



© A.Z. 1884, 96, the port of Berenice on the 
9'' Red Sea. 



[ 1039 ] 



Shas hetep IiU"^ p a '^% ®. 



m 



a © 



, M:^, M 



the capital of the Nome of Set. 

Shaqan |ii2 ^ "^"^ "^^^^ ^ec 

20, 1 15, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Shakan 2*1^^=^^^. Sphinx 14, 

161, Lycopolis; the modern ^^\ ^>^ss-» (?) 

Shakana 141 ^ LJ -^ ^ ^, 

Mar. Karn. 52, 7, a canal in the Delta. 

Shagan ^ s "^ ^, Sphinx 14, i6i, 

Lycopolis; the modern ^^\ .-x^sj^ (?) 



^^ 



Sha tep IM . 

, a district in the Nome Busirites, 



W >> 

Sheau 



rm 



i^e. \> 



^ 



the sacred lake at 
Denderah. 



She-t am 



Shas 



as, Shasti 00 (j -h- , iv, 800, oc 



i fvxn R^c. 20, 114, a Siidani country; 
\\ * situation unknown. 

Shatchtem cjszi (j "^ ^^, iv, 798, a 

SAdani country ; situation unknown. 



Sha '=^ 



\ 






, a town near This. 



\> 



Shai en per Heru-ar-ti (?) 

00 ,. . 

, a district near Edfft. 



i~u~i 



cm 



V 



ShalqaemAnuS^l^lg, 

near the Temple of Atem in Heliopolis. 

She antchet no^, B.D.G. it6. a 
canal in the Nome Matenu, 



Snarr #s&!s 

district in Syria ; situation unknown 



§m^ IV, 794, a 



She Aha izeziq^, 



the sacred lake of 
Per Aha. 



Shi en Ast ^^^^^ (j(j — ^vv^^a j| ^ , 



I 

Isis-lake at Memphis. 

She ur ^, : (,) La^g 

Moeris ; (2) a canal in Mendes. 

She ur ""^^ "^^ ^^ ^ town in the Nome 
^ i<Z2>ciG' Busirites. 

Shurbana °^ ^ 

© (2 \> I 
Rec. 29, 4 - Qarbana zj 



.^ I AAA/SAA 



^ AAAAAA 



I 

Shusaren '=^^ 'o' "T^TTi', IV, 794. 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Shushugem (?) ^(5^^^^, iv, 

803, a Sadini country ; situation unknown, 

f V\ I AAAAAA 



, Alt-K. 



I W ; AAAAAA 



Shushkhen r-Tv-i^ 

153 ; see Ashushkhen h r-n-i tk 

Sheb na J ^ . a town in Egypt. 

Shebb oa J J ^, IV. 805. Rec 20, 
114, a Siidani country; situation unknown. 



She Bar oa J ' 

>S-=^ , B.D.G. 186, a lake in the Nome Tuf. 



o3X 



Shep .S^^e. ^^^- 5. S6, the Fayyiim 
"^^^ district. 

ShepS ^ p ^ , the Labyrinth. 

Sheps Khaf ra [^p] ^ © . an 

estate of King Khafra. 

Sheps Khufti (ji^^ZT^ ^ ©, 

an estate of King Khufu in the Eastern Delta. 

Shefit '^^^,^ district in the 7th Nome 
CH^* of Upper Egypt. 



AAAA/W 
AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 
I \\ I 



She Maati 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



w 






^ I 



^ W 

AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



CiS^5«^ C33^AAAAAA 

'^'^'^^^ , AAAAAA WWVA 

<:^ I A/VNAAA 



W 



the sacred lake at Hines (Herakleopolis). 

^^«°'*^v^>^'^ '3.964°®, 

Demot.CaL4.5,4°^f|fl'^'.Rec.3,.., 
the South, Upper Egypt. 



[ 1040 ] 



Shemu 



AAAAAA 
^AA^AA 



a lake near the town of 
Rameses in the Delta. 

•2 a quarter of Mem- 
© ' phis. 

C3SZ) a sacred lake or 
canal in Edfti. 



OED 



Shemu c3o 
She menat (?) 

She meh-t '=^**^, the northern portion 
o I ciV of Lake Moeris, 

ShemS r-xm 5 R ^ , IV, 800; varr. 

I 1 cv^£), Rec. 20, 114, a 
Sftd^ni country ; situation unknown. 

Shemshuatum' 00 ^ 1=50 %^ h 
^\i^^ — ^' ^^' '^^•^^ ^^^ Shamashaatum' 

Shemta ^^, ^^^- ^7. 188. a town in 
^©' Egypt. 

the capital of the Nome Mahetch. 

Shenu | ^ | g , a town of Set p q ^. 

Shenu(P)JfJ.||J^,jqc.. 

a sanctuary of Horus at Latopolis. 

She en ankh ^A^AAA >/ ■¥• ^, b.d.g. 

116, the temple-lake at Denderah. 

'^®, P. 589, 
Q /V 



Shenar /wwva o 



i 






a town in 



Lower Egypt. 

Shena khen 



2 c5i5! 



B.D.G. 1063 : (i) capital of the Nome Hera- 
kleopolites ; (2) a name of the town Smen Her 



I n AA/\/W\ © jj[ 






Copt. nOTCym, Feshn. 

Shenit 5 (10-,iflq;,Q(]^-, 

a sanctuary in the Nome 



j__j,AAj_j. Herakleopolites. 

Shenit She en Serser 5 (](]^^ 

Tuat VIII, the district of the Lake 

of Fire. 

Q ^ Q 



im 



(1 



Shen,Shenur 9. 0%9, 

the irrigated land of Memphis. 



Shen ur Q ^^, Q ^^, Q ^^.=1, 



Q 



X 



ee: (i) part of the Nome Anebhetch; 



(2) part of the Nome IJeq ames ; (3) part of 
the Nome Heroopolites. 

Shenur Q "^=^3^, Rec. 27, 190, the 
" Great Circle," the Ocean. 

Shenit ur kherp hem iffl '^=f 6 

<^ I i«cii> a 

g the " granary of the high-priest " at Mem- 
phis. 

Shenp AAAA/vA 1r_, „ j r , 

^^ D i^ O D v=r' /vwwv 

AAAAAA , a district of Edfti. 
O 



t 



She en MSam (?) 

B.D. 17, a sacred lake in Hensu (Herakleopolis). 
%> ©,B.D. 160, 3, a 



Shenmu 



town associated with Shu. 



Sheennesert°° — ^ 



X 



(1- 



I 

A/W\AA ^ 



(!■ 






a fiery lake 
in Nerutef. 



Shenrahen (?) J :^ '^ ^ ©, 

Nilopolis (?) 

r II ■■I AAV>AA 



She enti Hern 

Horus," a name of Lake Moeris. 



, " lake of 



Shens 



r^ 



, B.D.G. 788, a city in the 



IV 



Eastern Delta, probably in the VVidi TCmMt, 

She nesu en Behut ""^^ 

a name of the canal of Edfft. 

Shen qebh Q|, q||, q 

B.D.G. 1064, Q K'^^^^. 5 



X id I V '*'^'"'*'^ 



AAAAAA 
/^A^AA^ 

AAAA/W 
AAA/NAA 



B.D. 79, 3, a Nome and its 
' capital in the Eastern Delta. 

a sacred lake at 
Abydos. 



She neter o_i h|, 
ShenthNet 5 ^=^1 fj^, 5 

Amherst Pap. 46, a town in the Delta. 

SherD ^^ ^^^ capital of the Oasis of 
D © ' Sekh-t hemam. 



/VSA/VAA I 



[ 1041 ] 



Snernen m <^ , <r=> , a canal 



m Lower Egypt; var. 



m Q . 



Shere8™l^,™l^,°° 

i^lilVlXlc.!.. 
, "South Lake" — a lake in the Fayyflm 



VSAA/NA 



(znzi 



Sher-t gehes (?) :^ ® 



(M^, a 



district ; situation unknown. 



She Heru ™ 

• AA/VAA* 



, a town to the 



north of Thebes, 

She Heru 






(?) 






V 



, i-;r-i 



331 



(i) a 
111' 3^' _£^' JiJv>3^ ^ '' 

canal in the 14th Nome of Lower Egypt; (2) a 
lake in the 15th Nome of Upper Egypt; (3) a 
lake at Edffi. 



She kharem C3a''^^=, ^^^ '^T" 
(5 T=T sah. 



an 



She Khufu f®^^^] ° 

estate of King Khufu. 

Shes ^ ' © , a town in the Nome Cyno- 



polites, 'A\d^a«nfiU}i> ttoA-js (?) 

Shesp ^:©.^,^.to^" «f P^i"^' 

D ci D ^ situation unknown. 

Shespu ab Ra O ^ ^. ^ -0" H^^. 

O ,^ ;;^^ "O* /( , a sun temple near Memphis. 

Shesp khasha ^|^IAI^, 

IV, 788, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

She Seneferu (n^\ ) ™. 

an estate of King Seneferu. 

She Serq oa^, c3on^, anH 

"^-^^ a canal in the 8th Nome of Lower Egypt 
7=v ' (Sethroites). 



She qebh 



cS" 



rvn 



A 



m 



AA/WVA 



V 1 lA VI 
(i) a lake at Heliopolis; (3) the Nile in 
the First Cataract. 



Sheta '""^^"''^ U. 560, a town in the 

Tuat. 



Shetat, Shetatit 






^ 



^,Rec. II. 182, ^^ 



^^^, Rec. 27, 
30, the temple of Osiris at Abydos, Busiris, etc. 



Sheta 



r-^r-i 
D 



"^^ a locality near Den- 
\>' derah. 



Sheta °2^^, P-S-^- =^^' i56.adistrict; 
oDo^vy]' Situation unknown. 

II, 26, the town of Basti W '^ J)- 

Sheta-t ast =^=?^ ij ©, a locality in 
the Nome Heliopolites. 

Sheteth q , N. 1074, o ©, p. 360, 

a town in the Tuat. 

Shetit 2©'^-5'9'^-7"'^^. 

N. 1359. 'Y'' Rec. II, 97, yy©, ^^^' 

B.D. 171, 3, capital of the Nome Arsinoites, 
(Crocodilopolis). 



Shetit 2^1] 7. 2 

in the Nome Heliopolites. 

Sheten "^g. =^c 



^AA/^A^ 

^AAAAAj a canal 



=*^^ 
O ® 



(i) Capital of the Nome Pharbaethites ; (a) a 
town in Libya-Mareotis. 

ShetSebq -^^S'^^'P^J 
V©' P^J^^' Crocodilopolis. 

She tesher '=''=^^, '^^'V ^ = 

(i) a part of the Nome of Memphis ; (2) a part 
of the valley of Hammamat. 

Shet-t-ta c^]il©. '*^'^©, Rec 

27, 224, a mythological locality (?) 



Qa, qaa, qait a ^3^, a 



A'^ 



l^, A 



of the Nome Tekh. 



, A 



T=r 



..^ 



, a part 



3 V 



[ 1042 ] 



Qaanau ^'^(1 ^'^^ !\\> i^. 782, 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Qai ^^ Ijlj ©, A.Z. 35, 18, a town in 
the Nome Aphroditopolites. 

/WSAAA 



fAAAAAA 



Qai en ankh a 

district of Denderah. 
Herniopolis. 

Qauruputh a "^ ^^^ ^ ° ^/o^, 

Rec, 20, 118, a country conquered by 
Ramesis III. 

Qaurthantu ^ ^ ^ :::^ ] ^. 

Mar. Abyd. i, 28, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



Qaurthpana a 



Q;^}i£), Rec. 20, 118, var. A V\ ?*y> 



(2-2» 



Qauhertabarra zi 



, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

f^>^^>n , Rec. 20, 118, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Quauherthaas ^'^'^ fef () ^B' 

Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Qausanarm' ^1^x6'''^ , 

Eg. Res. 6r, 13, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Qausanareth zi^'9 "^"^Or^^, 

Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known, 

Qausara zi "^^ ^ ^5 [^£^ , Rec 20, 

118, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Qausatabarka ^'^ "^ "o^ ' 1 fl 

^'J^^'^C^^^, Eg. Res. 69, 85, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Qauthaasr a' 



l^^P 



Q£^, 



Eg. Res. 60, 8, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



Qaputa '^ _^° _p ,^ " I ' ^^' 785. a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Qam'qa a '^ ^^ a "^tx ^^^^, Rec. 

20, 118, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Qam't A 



, L.D. III, 131, 



Z <r-'=^ a district in Syria; Assyr. 



Qana a ^^'^^^^^^ Eg. Res. 67, 66, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Qanefer ziY I A. '^\ pyramid of 

Ji /-A Amenemhat I. 

Qarbana a "^ '^^ ""^ ""^ O , 

B.D.G. 855, Harris I, 77, i, an eastern frontier 
town; Assyr. Karbaniti >-t]] jJ^yT? '^^] J^ '^'\<' 



I (2 g^, Rec. 17, 150, a town near Abukir 

Qarbthaqa ^"^"^^^^ J ^f ^ 

r\^^0 , Rec. 20, 117, a district in Syria; situa- 
tion unknown. 



Qarmana a 



w 



c^^, 



20, 118, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Qarm'niu (?) a 



^AAAAA 
AAAAAA 
A/SAAAA 



L.D. Ill, 13, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known, 

Qarhu a '^'^^^^ ^""^ f^-^^ j Rec. 20, 

118, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



W 



w 



A 



Qarqami'sha a 

M\]^^^ IV, 891, ^ 

in Syria; Assyr. --ff V tffy^ ^, Heb. 
IT^DS"^!!)} Isaiah x, 9 ; the modern Jarabis. 



Qarqisha a 



(^£^, 



Ci£^^, 



Mar. Abyd. II, 4, a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown. 



[ 1043 ] 



j C^O^t Anastasi I, 22, 4 (a mixture of the two 
e 1 D^^ ), a district in Syria ; Heb. "IDDTIlip , 

Judges i, II, LXX Kapiaaaw</)ap. 



Qarthaka a 



Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Qasaraa ^^ "o^ <=>o-=> ^___^^ ^^^ 
Qasuna ^^|^ \, iv, 78., a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown ; compare 
Heb. JVt^jp. 

Qatar ^^] l\ ^ c^^, Rec 20, 115, 

a Sfldani country ; situation unknown. 

Qatur ^'^cr;=:^%^-®^cv^\^, Ait-K. 

951, a district in Syria; situation unknown; com- 
pare Heb. ^Ili. 

Qatthem ^ 



CV£v^, L.D. 

HI, 253, 25, a district in Syria ; compare Heb. 
JTiDlp, Joshua xiii, i8 (?) 

QatchaA ^^l^'^Ijc-a, iv,,,?. 

a Sfidani country ; situation unknown. 

Qatchati ^^i^]()l^, 

Anastasi I, 27, 8, Gaza; Tall al-'Amarnah Azzati 
•"^TT tCSK ^ '^T<» Assyr. Kha-az-zu-tu 
--IT ??< tSl W -^. Heb. mir, Arab, i^, 

Qatchir (Qatchil) ^^ ^ "^^^ 

I , Israel Stele 27, a district in Syria ; compare 
Heb. nta, Tall al-'Amarnah -tlf tlJI^ *|^ 

Qatc^aten ^^ifj^Q-j, 

«jfc| [^£^, Rev. 3, 160, ^3 



I, a district in Syria; situation unknown; Boghaz 
Keui "'"qi-iz-wa-ad-na. 

QAS ^ (1 P © ^^^- *7. 223, a town in 
1 I ' Egypt. 



W 



, Rec. 21, 



D£^, IV, 



13, a town in Egypt. 

Qln '"'^'^,'"' 

655, ^ (V£V£], IV, 653, ^^ (J(j -^1 (X^, 

Anastasi I, 22, 7, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown; Tall al-Amarnah V •^TT"^ *~''T- 

Quina zi ^ w V "^ c,o^, Rec 20, 

116, a country conquered by Rameses III. 

Quburaa ^ ^ Jl % ^^^ ^^ r\/\/i , 

Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Qebaana a ^^ I^ %, t^^, L.D. 

III, 252, 23, Gibeon ; compare Heb. j^J^^, 
Joshua ix, 17, a city in Benjamin. 

Qebau zlj o^, IV, 786, a district 

in Syria ; situation unknown ; compare Heb. 
i^5l Joshua xxi, 17. 

aebh I-'S^^P- 7ti. ^. 

N. 1358 

Qebh ^ J I j5 ©. Rec. 13, 12, ^ ^ 

^^ ©, Egypt. 

Qebhui (?) 1^1^, Upper and Lower 
^ ' O Egypt. 

, Thes. 1218, a 



n 



Qebh Heru 

name of Upper Egypt 

Qebli Set | '^, 

J AA/VVAA 
7 AAAA/W 



a name of Lower 
Egypt. 



/S^/W\A 



IVt/V>/SA Ci ^y 
AAA/VSA ?i7 



the capital of the ist Nome of Upper 

Egypt. 

Qebh I5 A *^^ pyramid of King Shep- 
• A t=^' seskaf. 

3 u 2 



[ 1044 ] 



Qebh Khufu ("0 ^ w ^] a J 
^ ii © , an estate of King Khufu. 

QebSU zljn^CM^^, Rec. 8, 137, a 
district in Syria (?) 

aebt,Gebt^j;, ^j;, ^J-^^ 

A S ®' ^ J J ^ ® <™''-. s J 

5th Nome of Upper Egypt (Coptites) ; Copt. 
KeqT, Arab. LiiiJI ; Merit Qebti ^^flfl ^ 

"5 J " ^ ® ' f*"^ P°''' O' 'i^rbour of Coptos. 

aeb.taui(?)5;, ^J^=, 



w 



Qepi '^ (J(J T^=T , the swamp land of the 



Nome 



^^ 



QepU "^ % ^ 5 a district in the Thebaid (?) 

Qefati (?) /= ^ ^ ° (X, . Ombos I, 

130, Crete (?) 



Qefnu 



A 



o^©, 



A 



0(& 



I, B.D. 



142, a town of Osiris ; situation unknown ; var. 



^ 

Qem A 



= ^ — I 



^, Egypt (?) 

Qemhes S4, ^ ^'^^"^^ ^" the Nome 
■ v^os- Sept. 

Qemtitt 1\ "",''' ^^^^'''^t' situation 
I JrK f^^^^ unknown. 



Qen Asar 
Qen mer 






rv^^ 



a quarter of 
Abydos. 

, Oxyrhynchus. 







Qen ent Ra ^ <^ 5a, EdfU. 



Qen enth hesu "^ ' HP'. 

^"^^ R n 5 /Jj I "the region of the favoured 
o A I K sJ. I ' ones " — a district in the Tuat. 



Qen (?) en sekh-t (?) h-hh ^ 

, a village in the Eastern Delta. 



3 3S 



Qenus dS c^, ^, ^O ^^, 



Southern Nubia. 



aD 



Qenus peh ^^ _^ , ^^^ "^°? southerly 
' n^>^/^ — ^ part of the same. 



A 



n 



TT 1 AAAAAA 



Qenb she 

ili I /\AAA/NA 

sanctuary on Lake Moeris, associated with 
Hebnu « ^1 ^ 



y 



/I y1 ^A/^AAA 

QenQen~t; aa^aaa aaaaaa 



lake in Sekhet-Aaru. 

Qenqen taui 

trict in Egypt. 

Qer-ti 



ftAAAAA ^A^A/^A I 33l 



, B.D. no, a 
, a dis- 



fJ^^' 



A c^ W A O 

i=q t=q i=q 1=^^^ /] a^Q A C^ \\ 

3=1 ' Q Q ''^''<^^\\0'<=>iniin]' 

the sources of the Nile at Elephantine. 



Qerr < 

. A 



A 



, a town in Egypt. 

a district of Southern 



Q:£^, 



Qeri 

Qern <S> " , a town in Egypt. 

Qertnetchna ^ I'T'^ ^ 
Qerthnetchna <^ "^ ^ 



Nubia (?) 



IV, 781, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 
Qehi4(j(l©,'^-.,.,9..asu^urb^of 

QehS-t ^ K ' J a sanctuary in Edf6: 



varr. LJ 

Qes 



c^ 



, S 



S 



w 



, B.D. 114, 3, 

■H 

, the capital of the 



14th Nome of Upper Egypt, "KXa^aajpujv ttoXk;, 
Kovcrai, Cusae; Copt. KOC, KU5C, Arab. 

. , ^ , XT ■Utrutf Apolhnopblis 
the capital of the Nome v^,^ , ^ Parva. 



L 1045 ] 



Qes mer ankh Ass^ (i\ -^ [| ]| Hj 

r T" ©» an estate of King Assa. 

_ , Rec. 27, 190, the capital of the Nome Sept, 
^uKKovaa; Copt. K(JOC, Arab. i^Jli, Heb 



'^ ^ ^ :jj{ o the Arabian por- 
^>^^ [y\£l' tion of the town. 

f^^^^ , Asien 240 ff., the " Circle " 



y\ rv/^ ' 



Qeti 

(KOJTe), /.^., the semi-circular North Syrian 
coast round about the Gulf of Issus. Later it 
included all the land between the Euphrates and 
the Mediterranean. 

Qetem ^"^^©, N. 761, \ 

, P. 204, a town in the Delta (?) 

.fx 



Qetem' ^^1;^—^^ 

\ ci;^i3^^[l [v;^, Sa-Nehat B, 182, 219, the 

country of the East; compare Heb. Q'^p 
Josh, xix, T2, 13. 

Qetna ^ 



AA/VA/\A 
AAAAAA 



C^O^, IV, 696, \j 

Q:£^£], Rec. 10, 18, \ 'SAAAAA, \ 

L.D. Ill, 88, a district in Syria ; Tall al-'Amarnah 



CZHZI 



Qetshu \j ^ 00 ^, IV, 781, 

^ [v:^^, ^ ^ ^ ] c^^> IV, 649. 689, 

rl ^=^^ ^ a district in Syria ; situation un- 
1 I vv I P^y^A ' known. 



Ka LJ O , a town in Egypt. 

Kainabu .3.^^(j(j \j\^, 

IV, 790, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

a country in the Sddan ; van (?) 
^^,N. 981. 



Kauakaua U ^ U ^ ^, A.Z. 35, 

18, a town in the Nome Sep{. 

^S^ I ''^ I CiC^, Anastasi I, 22, 3, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Sflddni country ; situation unknown. 

Kaban ^ "^ §, Sphinx 14, 159, a 
town in the Delta ; Arab. JjoU (?) 

Kabuainefer Ujf||)(j^J;. 



EdfQ 

Kabur 



^J^ 



rj^^ , Rec 



20, 116, a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; 
compare Heb. T")!^ Josh, xix, 27. 

T ' 

Kaber U J*^^^, Rec. 24, 160, a district. 
Kaf ' — ' 2ZII, a locality; site unknown. 



Kafr-M'rerna 



w 



_s^ 



^ a district in Syria ; situation 
qA^i' unknown. 



^s^r\r\ IV, 799, a Sftdani country ; situation 

1 1 «^ 1^ rt /~\ «ir r^ 



Kam 

1^ 



unknown. 
, B.D. 142, IV, 20, 



Copt. K^JtXe, KHAXe, KHJULH, KHXJLI. 

Kam^,^^;,^,A,hribis. 

IV, 781, a district in Syria; Tall al-'Amarnah 
C3 



Kami 



, Rec 13, 3, 



<2 ^ Dem. Cat. 421, Egypt; Copl 
O ' KHJULC. 



Kamit 



the district of Ka Kam. 






3 u 3 



[ 1046 ] 



Kamur 



,i?:=] 



Q:£^, 



Kam ur ^ — ■ ^=^ 
Eamur 



B.D. 88, 4, a town in 
the Nome Athribites. 



^ a sanctuary in 
^ ' the Fay y lam. 



T=T 



^>^ — I X i^rzD X A 



XAAAAAA 
AAA AAA 
AAAAAA 

a canal in the Nomes of Thebes and Coptos. 

Earn ura ^>^ — i ^^ ^^^ l\ ^^ , sczi 

Bitter Lake near Isma'iliyah. 

Earn ur ma ^~' ^^ T ^ , 

Tl 1 ^AAAAA I 

^Em^\>' Red Sea. 

Kamru ''=^'^^^'^' ^^' 792 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Earn hetch 



AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 
AAAAAA 



^^ — -< AAAAAA 

the canal that joined the Nile and 



Eamsa 
Ean^z^ 



a sanctuary 
in Sekhem. 



[^ci Rec. 15, 167, a district; 
rvAvi * situation unknown. 

IV, 802, a S(idani coun- 

AAA ' . ' . 

try; situation unknown. 



Eanana ^= 

III, 126, Rec. 11,55, 
Israel Stele 26, ^3 



^C^f^, L.D. 



AAAAAA AAAAAA 



J] 



f^^^ , 



1 

district in Syria ; compare Heb. "t^ys Assyr. 
V <& '^] 4-- ^T (Canaan). 

y i AAAAAA 

Eannu LJfW fx/y/^ Rec. 20, 116, adis- 
I O (S 
trict in Syria; compare Heb. p3, i Chron. xviii, 8. 



Eanustt, Eanstt LJ ^^ JU 



[y^£i' 



f^^^ ' 



^, IV, 789, 



Nubia ; var. Kenstt aaaaaa 

U AAAAAA ^-— 


III! I 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Ea en Heru shet tej a/vsaaa CsJ ^*^ ^, 

Latopolis. 

Ea en qa renu '^'=' V ^ T '" ' 
EdfO. 

Ear '—J ^ , a sanctuary on Lake Moeris. 



Eari LJ ^^^^ [j(j J^, Rec. 20, 42, 119, 

IV, 922, Kubban Stele 5, the district round 
about Napata (?) 

KarbuU^^JV.R-.7..6o, 

a town in Egypt. 



Earpu 



D 



^ C^^, L.D. 



III, 156, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Earm'im' '^^i 



-0. 



[\£W3, Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situa- 
tion unknown. 

Earm'n M ""T^ ^ ^^^ ' l^' 785, a 

I I _Cr^ AAAAAA 



district in Syria; see 

AAAAAA 

Earm'ina ^^z^ 

[\y\A , Alt-K. 1007, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 



Earm'ta ^ 



, IV, 793, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Earna ^^z:^ ^ "^ r^/^^ , Rec. 20, 



^'7' ^ Cyi^. Eg. Res. 65, 20, a district 

in Syria ; situation unknown ; compare Heb. 
p?l^ Gen. 1, 10. 

Earkhen '^^i^'^ "^5^ %[^o^, Treaty 

_CC^ AAAAAA ;J;^}; 

29, a Hittite district (?) 

Earka -^^ 



Qi2i£l, Rec. 



) 118 M ^^ LJ 1 (N^\£l ^ district in Syria ; 
' ' «=> III ' situation unknown. 

Earkam'sha -^z^ ""^ '^^^^ ^zn^ '^ 



w 



' Ji\ii] e^ia , Carchemish ; Heb. 

ttJp3-)5, tr-ipjlS , Assyr. --jy V t^W OT • 
The modern Jarabis. 

Eart '— ^ A ^ , Rec. 21, 226, a town 

I I ® 

near Dakkah in Nubia ; Arab. ^ ; . 



Eart (?) 



w ^ 



C^}^, 



Gol. 4, 9, a district ; situation unknown. 



[ 1047 ] 



KartAmrut -^"^^l (j ^^ 

t^"\ IV, 791, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
jf 0' known. 



a town in Nubia ; situation unknown. 

Karth LJ =^ , ^ U *= 



, Nastasen Stele, 



A.Z. 



1900, 130, Naucratis. 

Kahati^-^ra^lllijc-^.Rec. 

20, 117, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 
Kahni LJ "^^ a town in the Nome 



ra w 



Athribites. 



Ka Heseb a"^, the nth Nome of 
Lower Egypt (Cabasites). 

Kakhamc?) -=-^1^^^. 

IV, 789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



KaKhas(?) ^^ 

"♦I 1 1 1 

Lower Egypt (Xoites). 

Kas ^3 



, the 6th Nome of 



f^^^ , 



A.Z. 1900, 134, Nubia; Heb. U?^3. 

Kasa^t^;,^^;,thccapiml 

of the 7th Nome of Upper Egypt (Cynopolites) ; 
Copt. K6.1C, KoeiC, Arab. j^jJilU 



Kash 



Kashpata 



00 Nubia; Heb. tT'lS, 
i^/x/^ ' Copt. e(Ta3cy. 

m 



Dim 

n^*"^ , Rec. 20, 1 16, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 

Kaqari U_i^ a "^ .^^^ [^^, L.D. 

III, 252, 37, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

0"*"^ , Rec. 20, 115, 



Kaqeth ^ 

a Sddani country ; situation unknown. 

Kakka(?) ^ LJ ^^ Rec. 17, 119, a 

town in Upper Egypt. 

Ka Kam ^^ , T. 84, M. 238, N. 615, 

the loth Nome of Lower Egypt (Athribites). 

Ka Kam-t 



^;;. Rec. 24, 176, .^ 1^^^ ©. Gol 



w 



1 2, 99, the Necropolis of Sakkarah ; Gr. Ktox*^'/*'/* 



Kagati ^ ^ O ;^ ] (jfl >^. 

Eg. Res. 66, 49, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 



Katart L-^ 

a town in the Sfldin. 



f Nastasen Stele, 



Kath LJ I w , Alt-K. 1034, a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown. 

Kathar '^^^"^^ iv, 793, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Kathata ^z 



I v 



, Rec. 20, 1 18, 



a di.strict in Syria ; situation unknown 

Kathini ^^z^ 

1 1 6, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

z>@ 



w 



W , Rec. 20, 



Kiru 



w 



Q£5iQ, Rec. 20, 116, 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown 

Kirsenpen(?) ^~^ (vvq, 

\\ I AA/WW AAAAAA 

Rec. 20, 116, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 



m\f\ 



Kirshaua (?) 

IV, 792, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 



Kirkmlsha ^~^ ^^ ' ^^ TiTil f^^^^ , 
w ^cz^ _B^ ^^^^ 

*.^^ Carchemish ; Heb. 



Kitsuna ^ ] :[ ^ \. iv. 78.. 

a district in Syria ; situation 



'^ *\ AA/WAA 

/Ci T Jl ^' unknown. 



Kushapat 



\m}^ 



e,,, • 

Eg. Res. 65, 31, a district in Syria; situation 
unknown. 



Kebasum'n, Kebasuan 



J- 

, IV, 782, 



T fi AAAAAA 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

JAA/W\A 
^^^^,1, 140, Rec. 27,224, 

225, 29, 146, Gebal ; Heb. ^^^ Tall al-'Amar- 
nah -jzff :^ -^y, Assyr. --jf tk ^t^ -^^, 
Gr. BvfiXos. 

3 u 4 



[ 1048 ] 



Kepuna (Kepen) f~'-^^ "^ | c^o^n, Kenthaautha 



I I I 



^^ 



Anastasi I, 20, 7, rC^^>* W , rL-^^ 

(^::r> "^ ^ Ci^^ Rec. 21, qg, Gebal; see 
D e ml © ' Keben. 






Kefti ^'^[^^^^, IV, 616, 

t^:^^. IV, 733, Mar. Aby. II, 2, ^^"^l^^^^* 
"l Q^^, "^"^ s=> Vi, Rec. 
, Crete ; compare Heb. "^liHCS . 



e 



32,69,, 



r^^^ 



Kennarut 



var. 



t^ IV, 782, a district in Syria ; com- 
Jl^ pare Heb. ni35 Deut. iii, 17. 



Kenaskha (?) -ff ^k P I ^' '^' 

792, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Kena "^^(1 "^ ^^^- 3^ 35, a town in 
/vA/wvA 1 © ' Egypt. 






Kennam'u 

Anastasi III, 8, 5, Canaan 
©' 0\ 



1 



r^^o , 






J 



[M^, 



>' 
the Oasis of KMrgah. 



Kenmu 

A.6IIS AAAAA^ 






t^ ^ T. 40, a town 
_F © ' in the Tuat (?) 

, U. 178, 419, P. 175, 



N. 947, ,www I (1 {\y:^, P. 337, ^^ I [\£\£i. 



A '^ 






M. 639, ^w^AA n , p. 703, 

II I fN^vn * ' •^' I, novo 

1 



Kenseth ^=^[^, "^^^a, iv, 799, 

Nubia; see Kens. 

KentU(?) ^^%^, IV, 783, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Kentuasna /ws^aa 

o 
a district in Syria ; situation unknown 



IP 



, IV, 783, 



n IV, 785, a district in Syria ; situation 
1 ' unknown. 



IV, 783, S ^, IV, 784, ^ (j ^ =, 
'V, 785, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Kerer (Kelal) ^cz^ -^^ -^^, ^.3:* 



_2^ 



_2^ [\yx£] IV, 784, a district in Syria ; com- 
' pare Heb. "^"^J Gen. xx, 2. 



Krimna <= 

^ "^ IV> 7 83, a district in Syria ; situation 

ftAAwv _^^' unknown. 



Kerna 



Kerka 



fv£\^ Rec. 20, 116, 119; 
' see Kama. 



P^^^^ ) Rec. 20, 114, a 
Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Eeha 



ra 



IV, 802, a Slldani coun- 
' try ; situation unknown. 



Kehek ^ \ A.Z. 1883, 88. The 



^^^^ were a nomad tribe conquered 
FD fv/vn ' by Amenhetep I. 



Kes, Kest -^^, IV, 334, ^-h— [m^£i , Rec. 



26, 76 



i3 



/wvw\ , Nubia. 



Kesh '^^ ^, '^^^ "1 ^, Rec. 15, 87, 

a town in the south of the Oasis of Khargah 
(D^ish); Gr. KrW^v. 



Kesh (Kash) ^^^^^ "l , Mar. Aby. II, 2, 



oszi 1 , 



t^:^, IV, 733, Jour. E.A., 

III, 98, Nubia ; Tall al-'Amarnab V -^H <h> 
Assyr. V^ Jgf < -^fj, Heb. t2?^!), Copt. 



Kesh khas-t rr^ — .^ c\£\£i iv, 796, 

Kesh the vile, or Nubia the impotent. 

Keshkesh ^~^^^ 1 a^^n, Coptos 18, 
0000 I 

a Hittite country. 

Keket ^, 



C^^^, IV, 799» a 
Sfidani country ; situation unknown. 

Ketasha ^=:p.^r«T«t1\ g, iv, 792; 



I I I 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



[ 1049 ] 



Ketsuna 






i Vr\/\yi' ^^' 7^^' ^ ^^'strict in Syria; Heb. 
]tr-T|l, Tall al-'Amarnah ^tj\ S^Wt^Ji Ml^-^l- 
KethneS ^^, IV, 803, a SMani 

country ; situation unknown. 



Kethsun 



] 



AAAAA/V TXT ^o 

IV, 781, see 
f\^\o ' Ketsuna. 



Gau S '^ % ^ © . Sanehat, a town 
in Upper Egypt. 



AAft/VAA 



Gautir?) ffl , ^ 



''^ Jl s i 

Gauash, Gash s 



, the town of Canopus 



(3 c^ 



W 



S 



) — i 



Gam s 
Garr s 



a canal in the Nome Anpu 
(Cynopolites). 

^ Rec. 24, 176, Athri- 
^' bis(?) 

a town in the Egyptian 
.o@' Slidan (.?) 

Gahaga S "^ HI '^ ZS '^ "l c^^ , 

Gol. 4, I, a country; situation unknown. 

Gaqatl S ^^^] I]!] ^. A.Z. 

1879, 29, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Gatchai S '^ k '^ flfl "l . A.z. 

i879» 29, ZS "^ i ^\>^^^^, IV, 648, Gaza; 
Heb. niir^ Tall al-'Amarnah >-t]] t^E ]f J ^y< 
Assyr. -cff ??< <v^ ^ ^y<, Arab, ^ji, Or. 

Gurubu (Gulubu) S^-^^^J 

^, S ^ -Ssfi J ^, IV, 797, a SQdani 
country ; situation unknown. 

Gurses S ^ ^^^ ^, iv, 796, a 

SCldani country ; situation unknown. 



■^=. 



), Rec. 14, 18, 



Gemur s 

a town in Egypt. 

Gem baiu-s /^^^, ^'^ P 

6^ '^^^ '^m' >a » ^ *^°^" ^ ^^^^ unknown. 

Gen S 3=1, $L/e3^, 5°3» 

d 3^=r, a canal in the Nome Mahetch. 

Rec. 27, 189, a town in 
Egypt. 

Genffen S S ^ Sphinx 14, 166, a 
* ^ ' town in the Delta. 



Gen S 



AA/V\AA AA/WNA 



Z3 o 



Gennu ^ 0^©, ^ ;:©,a town 

m Egypt. 

Genp ^ ^, Canopus. 

Genem ^ ^= ^ ' 

AA/ 

Gensh ^ , see Thegensh tt i=sa. 

Gerb j^^ 
Gernaa ^ 



lO <^ = AA/\/\/V\ Ci Ci , 



J^ B.D.G. 49, a town 
O ' near Canopus. 

_^aaaaaa'^[]cW3,L.D.III, 

252, 127, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Gerses ^ ^^,iv, 796, ^ H 1f\/\o, 



I f\^^^ 



Mission 13, 127, a name of Athribis (?) 



Mar. Aby. II, 2;see S^ 

Gerg ^ © , an estate of Rameses II 

near Abydos; <=> {^ ©, B.I). 99, 30 (Intro.), 

"^""^ ^ ^T^ Thes. 1253, the property of Osiris 
=^^©_D^' at Abydos. 

Gerg Ramessu J_p (l)g[G[|lP^]] , 

Rec. 13, 141, Balyana; Copt. TnOTp^rtH. 

Gergamesh f (] Tcso 1 , Ombos I, 

130, 170, Carchemish; Heb. ttj'^5'^3. 

Gergubaf ^ X ^ ^ "^ V' 

IV, 808, a suburb of Abydos. 

Gergbaf ^^'i^'^, Rec. 22, 138; 

Gerger S S ©, Sphinx 14, 166, a 
town in the Delta ; Arab, i' il J • 



[ 1050 ] 



Gehes S | ^ , P- 204, Rec 20, 78, | 

Lib. Fun. II, 57, a town in Egypt (Kom ■ 
Yasin?); var. ZS | ^ ^ ]' ^- ^^^• 

Gehesti s|P^^][jcM^^,N. 696, 



N. 482, the Gazelle country. 



Gesa ZS p loJ "^ cl> ' ^' ^^°' ^ *°''" ^^^ 
Getpetkai S ° uQQcM^^.Rec.ii, 



168, Cappadocia ; Pers. fj: -fyl ^ fff- ^^y" y-, 
Behis. I, 15, Babyl. \^ C^f-f t^f ^ TK ^^f-f, 
Behis. 6. 



Ta 
Taiu 



, a town of I sis. 



C^^i^i, IV, 800, 



a Sddini country ; situation unknown. 

Ta aab ^^^'v', Sphinx 14, 164, the 
I CD I © Eastern Delta. 

Taaam^(l|T^, ^()=|, 

1 i I I ftAAAAA I X 

B.D.G. 24, a district in the Nome Sep. 

Ta aakhu «=^ ^ J J J, -land of 

the spirits " — a country in the Southern Sllldan. 

Ta Amentt 



I \> 



ft , the country to 

the west of the Nile. 

Taari =^(]^>^^, Rec. 16, 118, 

Asna (Latopolis). 



Taah 



I \> 



)^~-n I I , Mar. Karn. 52, 20, 



11^©' I V^©' 

H4 



the Oasis of 
Farifrah. 



^> 



Taiu Agert ' 

of the Tuat of Memphis. 



fN>"^-o , the lands 
Wo, A.Z. 17, 56, a dis- 



Ta an 

trict on the Euphrates (?) 

Ta ankh -=^^ ■?• S ^ ^ , a district in 
the Nome Khensu (?). 



Taar 



s 






, Rev. 13, 3 



Ta uatch 



c^ 



Mission 13, 4, a town in Nubia near Wadi 
Halfah. 



n 



AA/V/SAA 



n- ^-^^ 



Ta uab 

174, 12, the district of Napata (GebelBarkal). 
Ta ur ^ ^, M. 187, N. 694, =^??="^=' 



I, B.D. 40, 5, 



3^ I 

the district of Abydos ; var, 
B.D.G. 158. 

Ta utcha 



AA/VVV\ XT' 

'^'^'^ , A.Z. 1907, I, 3, 



I \> 

425, a town near Al-Hibah. 



I©' 
, Demot. Cat. 



Ta Bati 



Ta bar 



^-,Rec. .7, 83. 



^^C:^^ 



© ' Sni (Asna). 
, Eg. Res. 65, 27, 



Rec. 20, 1 1 6, a district in Syria ; compare Heb. 
'^'inn Josh, xix, 22. 

Ta Benr(?) ^'^IJ 1!I, ^ district near 
I s ^ © Xois. 

Ta makhit ^® (jfl l^^^^l. Nastasen 
Stele 58, a district in the Stadan. 

Taemarqlieh =?? 



Z3 



^ , a name of the Necropolis. 

Ta mer === ^ 



Al-Lah{in, in 

,' the Fay y dm. 



Ta mer -^^ ^"^^' ^^^ ^°5' ^ Sudani 

country ; situation unknown, 

Ta mera ^^ ^ ^ 



1 



m 



ui 



Af© — (]f^ 

1 I ©' ^"^==311 I © ■ I H ^^ Q^ ^^ 

Q ffl/^/f ^ the Land Mera, i.e., Egypt ; Gr. 

Ta meh ^'^, A,z. 1907, 16, =^i^<^ 

C^l Rec. 13, II, the Land of the North, i.e., 
© ' the Delta, 



Ta mehi 



"^ 



/VsA/W\ 

/WWW , the district 



about the Phatnitic mouth of the Nile. 



[ 1051 ] 



.£:& S III 

(2 cJ^ ^<®' 



a name of Mendes. 



.n 



Ta em Thar 

the region about Tanis. 

at Memphis; varr. *^^ 1 1, s=3 1 1 

(V^AA^A I CI J I [ I 

AAA/\AA 1 / ill ^ AAAAAA 1 

=1©'^1'='T1©'^^V1^ 

derah), the capital of the Nome Aatta. 

'^^ a district of 



Ta en ankh 
Tanisa(?)^ 



f 



^ftwvA 1 ® ' Heliopolis. 

:rr=> AAAAAA 



S W 

Ta en Uatchit =f? 

district of Buto. 

Ta en Manu "^^ 



Rec. 8, 138, a 
' district in Syria, 



yhlk 



, the 



/wvAAA ^ Ci£^, the 

I H 000 

West, the land of the sunset. 

TaentHer^y^l^^;, 

Dendfir in Northern Nubia. 

TaNehes^^|p],lv,334.^ 



^IP 



f^^^/^ 



, Herusatef Stele 5, the Sddan. 



V 



Ta en tarer <ii> , 

<z>, >czK f <::>, Tentyris, the capital 

of the Nome Tentyrites (Denderah); Copt. 

TaNeter 1^^. I'^, 1"=^ ^ , 

the God, /.^., the Western Coast of the Arabian 
Peninsula and the African Coast facing it, 
Sonialiland, etc. 

TauiNeteru ^ ■=]=)=], — =| ;^. 



1 



\> 



\> 



"^^ 111' W^ I 1' ^ '(^ I! 

"^HH T y "jlc the desert region between the 

Mr (1 111' Nile and the Red Sea. 



Tar, Ter 



, Herusatef Stele 32, 121, 



-fcft ^, Nastasen Stele 32, a town in Nubia 
10 

and a seat of the cult of the goddess Bast ; var. 



^ -Sai ^ 



%.^o' ^^^' &5f8' 

SSTS'^^^. "^^. Denderah. 
Tarutipeh ^S%^^^^-^, Nastasen 

• 1 Jr w o© 

Stele 40, the region beyond Taru^i. 



Tarem 



I \> 



I n 



B.D. 113, 5, a town in the Delta 

Tarmen 



Xi-Sk^^^l- 



/\AAA/\A 



O ZZ ^ a town in 
Nubia. 



Tarreq <zr 

Tahetch = 

of Thebes (?) 

Takhent = 

, Nubia. 

Taiu sa (?) 



' -23i ^ Nastasen Stele 44, a 
"^j © ' town in the Sfldan. 

, 1 © , a suburb 

s I A 



I \> 



f^^^ , 



IV, 798, a Sftdani country ; situation unknown. 

Ta SeMk =^^ H J |1 ^^3^ ^ , Croco- 
f\/^o , Rec. 20, 115, a 



dilopolis. 

Ta sema 



IV, 800, 

Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Taset^5^;,— ^;._ 

Ta set, Ta sti =^^ f ^ , M. 182, 
=^^g*It\^, N.661, =^^^, in, 139, 

"^^^7^r^y^/^' . ^"^^ /S» ^astascn Stelc 15, 



C^Oi^ 



I c>o 









[ 1052 ] 



the land of the bowman (?), />., Nubia; 



I s 



I , Nubians. 



Ta she 



IZSZ] f^^^^ 



=^. 



c, ^ ■=FF==' p the Land of the Lake, 
•z©' ™' ^1^' ^^., the Fayyflm. 



Ta shema 



1/1 f\ /]/ll^l Rec. 13, II, the "_South 



land," /.«., Upper Egypt 

Ta shesht, Ta sheshth 






r-vr^ 



*, IV, 8oo, ■" czs=]Q:£^£l, Rec. 

[I30Q^^^ I V ^ 

20, 114, a S<idani country; situation unknown. 

Taqtat (?) ^"^ "^^ ^ , Nastasen Stele 
44, a town in the Slidan. 

Takerhet 



Ta tarr 



^^^, a town in Egypt. 

^ Rec. 15, 159, Tentyris 
^ ' (Denderah). 



Ta tliam(?) 

foreign country. 

Ta tcheser 



s 






^£^, a 



\^ ^ 



^^^ " holy land " — a name of 
\=J^ Q^rvQ' o Q^^£l' the Necropolis. 

(j^^©,M. 125,5"^©, N. 694.51)4. 
Hh. 181, g'^|]2©,Hh. i75,theTuat(?) 

Tatoban ^^^ ,J1,,,:B°' 

Demot. Cat. 424 ; Gr. Tia^wvi9. 

Ta aa-t pa Bast ^"^"^^^^^^^ J 

"(^ 1 1 ^ , Rev. 31, 35. a town in Egypt. 

Ta aa-t thath o "^^ i^-^-si ^^ ° ', 

Rec. 31, 35, a town in Egypt. 

Ta au au c^ "^^^ (1 ^ ^ , a district 
of Western Thebes. 



Ta amens c^ ^ iT^ M ^ > ^ town in 
Nubia, the modern Kalabshah ; see Termes. 
Ta ahi en Bast ^'^ (1 HI (jO c:^ ^^^^ 

^ B.D.G. 209, a district in the Nome 
Ci ' . Theb ah. 

Taah-tpa....o^(l|5 

Sphinx 14, 166, a town in the Delta. 

I I I AAft/VVA 



Mi 

m 



Ai I I AAftAftA I 



Ta as-t mens o 

district of Western Thebes. 

Ta as-t en Tena o"^ j^ ^ aaa^ ^~^ 

/VAAAAA ^-^ 

1^ ^ , a town in the district of Phathyrites. 

o / 
in I 
, a district of Edfft. 



Ta as-t ges seshen 



i 



C3II] 



Taaanak 



s IV, 783, 



f^^^ , IV, 650, ^ 



[]^Q^:^,L.D. 111,252, 14, o 

Q£:i£l, Ci ^^ ^^\ "^:=;^> a district 



w 
in Syria; Heb. TjiJJTl Josh, xvii, 11, Tall 

al-'Amarnah >-t]] ^ff '-<^--TIT "7^ i^I-T • 

Ta at pa-skhenu . . . ta o ^^ ° 

town in the Eastern Delta. 

Ta at pa-qen pa-msha o 



A/VV/SAA 



n 

Rec. 31, 35, a town in 
Egypt. 



Ta at nehep c^ 

village near Sais. 

Ta at en Sessu o 



,n ran ©' 



,n 



rnfTTTir^ ^ Anastasi I, 27, 3, a town in 
L__i^ ^ ' the Eastern Delta. 



Ta at en Thar o 



,n 



1 r, A.Z. 35, i&, the district of Tanis. 



Ta ami o 



U3, O 



V, 



Rev. II, 146, a place; compare Copt. 

ojuLe. 
cm, Rev. 11; 122, 



Ta ami o ^ / 

12, 24, 37, a place. 



[ 1053 ] 



Ta fiii(?) c^ 



-^ 



, P.S.B. 14, 238, 

^ a town in the 
^' Delta. 



Ta arget ^ ^;^ S ] ©, B.D.G. 

131, a town near Thebes; Copt. X^pKIC, 

xoXkic. 

Ta aha en Amen ^ 



n illllllj B.D.G. 29, A.Z. 1876, 122, a portion of 
1 aawvn' the Necropolis of Thebes. 



Taitehai o 

74, a town in Egypt 

Tau (?) 



Tauur ^"^^ 



. Rev. 14, 



Gol. II, 73, a town 
near This. 

a town near Abydos; 
see Nefur. 



B.D.G. 160, a town near Memphis. 

Tausakh g ^ iq^ ^ ] cv^, Goi. 4. 

4, a district in Syria ; see A ® M 

Ta ut o^ ^^ ^^, p.s.B. 13, S18, 

the Necropolis of He-t-Benu. 

Tautchaa -^i^ 1] ^. a dis- 

trict in the Nome Sept. 

Tab S "^ \Tt II Z, ^' '36o> P- 711, a 

D m ^ J © ' town in the Tuat. 

Taba ^ J ^1 ^^=^^' ^^' ^°^' ^ ^^^^"^' 

country ; situation unknown. 

Tapun ^ D ^ , IV, 785, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; compare Heb. ]'il'^7 Numb. 
xxi, 30. 

Ta ma[it] aat-t o"^ ^^ Jl ^ ^^^^ 

*^^^, B.D.G. 137, a district near Edfu. 

TamaitAmen^^_fc(j();|[=], 

B.D.G. 28, a district in Upper Egypt. 

Ta mait 4ser -^ ^ | ^ (] p 

I , B.D.G. 72, a district near Edfd. 



Ta mait en Fen&i o^bv 

n W, a district in the Nome Palhyrites. 



VyAAAA 



Ta mait sher ^ 

a district near Edffl. 



Ta m'khir pet o 

a town in the Western Delta^ 






Ta m'ten en Anep o 

^ U , a suburb of Memphis. 

V\AA/V\ 1 D I 

Tam en pa Ra ^^ 

O J] . Sphinx 14, 162, a solar sanctuary 






A/SAA/SA 



p®. 



a district of 



Tamens ^^ 

Western Thebes. 

Tamer «* o^ ^ 7- q !• 

Piankhi Stele, 115, a town near Mendes. 

Tamkera ^ ^ ^. iv, 797. a 

Stidani country ; situation unknown. 

Ta ner-t en Behut; c^"^ ^^ — 

^^, B.D.G. 61, the quarry of EdfO. 
-© A 

Ta[u]nres cs) ^^ ^^, iv, 79,, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tari^^qq^, B.M. ,38, Rec 
15, 171, a district in Eastern Nubia. 

TarebAmen.^^J;(] = 

P.S.B. 14, 238, a town in Egypt. 

Taresshema^^^;;!^^, 

Demot. Cat. 424, a suburb of Memphis. 

Tarshaba I'^^MtlJ^c^^. 

Rec. 20, 116, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 



Herusatef Stele 23, a town in the Sfldan 



Tar .... shema o 



A ^©' 



Tartcha(^ ^^ J^ ;^c--d, iv, 789. 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown, 
in Nubia (?) 



[ 1054 ] 



near 



Ta he-t A J ^, a town in Lower Egypt, 

Ta heni pa senb o"^ fl^ ^ ^^1 ^^ 

n ©, Sphinx 14, 162, the Serbonian Bog. 
Ta kham' oVX I ^~~^ : a canal in the 



Nome Herakleopohtes. 

Ta Kharmush o 



TiTiT , a canal in the Nome Edffi. 



-SX, 



'^^^^^^ D^^J"^©'^- 



1343 = 



Ta kherm'u o "^ ® ^^^^ "^ 

AAAAAA 

*^*^^ , a canal in the Nome Sethroites. 



Tasana 



-=>, a==o 



'^VVk ^]' 



I I I I W L _&^ C^£^ . 
Rec. 20, 115, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Tasth g ^, 2 [ls=>, IV, 799, a 

Stldani country ; situation unknown. 

AAAAA/V 

wvAAA , a canal near Tanis. 

/\Aft/VV\ 

Taslietaf(?) o"^""^, Pierret, 
Inscrip. II, 33, a locality in Upper Egypt. 

Ta sheta ^"^ "^^^^ I] ^ ' , Demot. 

Cat. 424, a place near Thebais. 



Tashetna 



c^c=<?^ ' 



Q:£V£), L.D. 



III, 252, 86, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

(] (] <=i ¥^ , a district in the Nome Set. 

TaqatttLe.to^_^|;g;,^ 

^ R ^ ^ Berlin, 2074, a locality of Eastern 
V ' ' Thebes. 



Ta qi (?) 0%. Ah^ 2 ^^^^ Demot. 
Cat. 425, a suburb of Gebelen. 



Ta qehi 



^ 



(2 ^, Demot. 



Cat. 425, a town near Al-Hibah 

Ta kam-t o 



a town in the 
' Eastern Delta. 



^ 



Takamsa-t a 



'] 



f^^^ 



^ 



O (5(3(3 

, Tachompso, 

n 



c^C^r^' 



the limit of the AwSeKdffxoivos-, (J ^ 

the south, opposite Pselchis; Gr. Taxo//i/"^- 

Ui 



Ta kari aa-t pa nefer 



I^*^] Sphinx 14, 165, a town in 



the Delta. 



Tag 






, a town in Egypt. 



Ta get en na sia(?) o 



AAAA/VA 

^^A/^/^A 

^3 AAAAA/N 



^AAAAA »f- 



(var. 



^), a canal 
I 1/ 



near Edffi. 



Ta get en ta tebt ^ 



1 L O 



I , a canal near Edffi. 

ra @ 



Ta Tehen ^ ^ "'^ "^ , a fortress in 
the Nome Anpu. 

Tatha c^S) ^^ '^, IV, 791, a district in 
Syria; situation unknown. - 



Ta then (?) ^^ ] 

35, a town in Egypt. 



, Rec. 31, 



Tatenat ^ 

near Tanis. 



Au^^^^^ . > a canal 



AA/yAAA I AAAAAA 



\> I 



Ta tehen o 

the temple of Serapis at Memphis 

Taakmers 1 fl 



^g, Rec. 14,56, 



I > IV, 791. 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tab li fl H ■^^' ^°'^' ^ Siidani country ; 
4 -il' situation unknown. 

Tabata | (j ^ "5^ q '^ ^^^^' ^^"^ 



20, 177 



']fl^'^ 



(F=?) 
I I I 



, Rec. 20, 113, a dis- 



trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



[ 1055 ] 



T&mm jj (j ^^. IV, 78a, a district 
in Syria; situation unknown. 

T^m'qur ]()^'4^*'^. IV, 794. 
a district in Syria; situation univnown; 

Tamenti ll j\ ^^^^ \^ ) C^O^, Anastasi 

I, 2 1, 3, a district in Syria; compare Heb. 
n^pri. Josh. XV, lo, 

Tinai ) (] '^'^^'^ ()() t^^^. iv, 733, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tanep ]() cw],Rec. 19, 18, Tunep(?) 

Tarua ](]^^fj(w,, ]()^f] 

'^ IV, 797, a Siidani country; situation 
rv>"^ ' unknown. 

Tarennu ll (1 ^^ "^j iv, 792, a district 

in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tarkha (Talkha) Ij h .^^ T 1 , iv, 

793, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

A ^ pv-*"^ Anastasi I, 22, 8, a district in Syria; 
I ' situation unknown. 

Takhsa ll () ^ \'] f^^^> Anastasi I, 
22, 3, a district in Syria; situation unknown; 
Tall al-Amarnah V^ ^^ <y^. 

Tasakha l (1 "o^ T '^c^^^, Rec 20, 

n6; see T&khsa. 

Tasurt Ij (j 1%"^]. IV, 783, a district 
in Syria; situation unknown; Tall al-*Amarnah 

Taknu (?) Ij h ^ ^, IV, 793, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown.' 

Ti4 ]l]l](j^^^, ] (]() I] ^(WD. IV, 
784, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

TiruaAa ]^, f| ^ (j ^Ic^. 

Gol. 4, 9, a foreign district (?) 



Tita ^(](]"'^Q^v£],L.D. Ill, 88, a district 
in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tua o ^ '^, IV, 800, a Sftdan! 
country ; situation unknown. 

Tua c^ %, ^ © , B.D.G. Supp. 886, a 
town in the Nome Maljetch. 

Tuiub o ^ (j % J. IV, 790, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tuiutchai -^Ijlj^iqilS. 

Piankhi Stele, a town in the Nome Bu Tchamui, 



Tubakh 



(£ 



© >>*. N a district in 
o l-^ f\A/i ' Syria (?) 



IV, 782, ^^J ()() (j C^^, Rec. 20, 116, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tun (Ci V^ ^ D£^, Rec. 20, 115; see 

Utent v\ 'VAAAAA [ fx/vn ] . 

Tumpa,Tunpa^^7^^, 

IV, 788, oV|^^, IV. 686, 729, ^^ 1^ 
^^^ L.D. Ill, 88, a district in Syria; 
_P^^^' Assyr. ^-fT 5^ ^ IdJ- 

Tur o'^*^^^[vi\^, Rec. 20, 118, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tururek ] ^<^^^^. iv. 797, a 

SMini country ; situation unknown. 

Turbi ^'^'^Jljliqc^, Eg.Res. 
64, 19, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

Turbenta o %^ *^^ J ^^^^ ll (] , iv, 

791, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 

I 0:!^, Rec. 20, 



Tursi 



w 



119, a district conquered by Rameses III. 

Tuksar c^ %^^3^ ^o^ *^^^, Rec. 20, 118, 

a district conquered by Rameses III. 

Tutina ^^](|(]'^. iv, 781, a dis- 
trict in Syria; situation unknown. 



[ 1056 ] 



Teban(?) oj 



<e=«3 



r^^^ 



, IV, 805, 



a S<idani country ; situation unknown. 



Tebu o J ^ O , with 
a mythological locality. 



s 



, B.D.85,15, 



Tepasu 



D 



I 



I, P.S.B. 25, 220, 



a town in Egypt. 

Tepi-aaut ^ ^ , a name of Edfti. 

I I I I © 

B.D.G. 48, a 
' town in Egypt. 



Tepi An ^ (j 
Tepi en An 



/\A/WAA 






I 



AA/\AAA (J ^AAAAA Qs/X/^ ^ j-, jj 



^AA/^AA 



■head 



I H AAAAAA r\-/^ ' I 1 

of the valley," perhaps a proper name. 

Tepi ah ^^, t^©i' '^"''^''"^ 

of the Nome Matenu (Aphroditopolis) ; Copt. 

neTnieg^, Arab. ^ajJi1s\ . 
Tepiuar®^i;,f.^i;, 

a town, the site of the Northern Fdm al-Khalig, 
Babylon of Egypt. 

Tepi-t mu (?) ^ 



AAAAAA 



Tepi nef ^ ^^^ i^ 



a town in Egypt. 

^ a town in 
^' Egypt. 



Tepi nekheb ^ 1 J © , Rec. 20,115, 

^ ^ J © , ^ ^ O J'^, IV, 800, a coun- 
try conquered by Thothmes III. 

Tepi sekh-t ^ OOn ^, ^ ^^^^'^^ "f^ 

■^ I , n1 ni 111 , I Hermopohs. 

Tepi Setem ^ */* ^ , a portion of the 

I I w 

Labyrinth which represented the Nome Coptites. 

Tepi she maa ^ ^=^ ^, ^ q^^^^er of 

I \> I ■— >-^ Ihebes. 
Tepi Shema ^ 1 ^, "the head of the 
South " — the southern frontier of Egypt. 



Tepitaui ^ -^^ 

1 \>v 



^' 



^: (i) a part 

of the Labyrinth representing the Nome Aphro- 
ditopolites ; (2) a name of Edfti. 

Tephen ]| □ | § . Sphinx 14, 162, 

Tahpanhes — a frontier town near Pelusium ; 
Heb. oniDnn Daphnae, the modern Tall 
Dafannah. 



Teph NU (Nenu) "^ | g, a sanc- 



tuary at Memphis. 

Tephtcha ^ 

D 









iV^^of^Si 



X' D 
.CD' D 



-XCT] 



, a sanctuary in Memphis. 



Tepestem ^° ^ c^^^^, iv, 806, a 

— H — ^^n=in 



Stldani country ; situation unknown. 



Tepkenna \ 



I I I 

AA/\ftA/\ 



, IV, 790, 



a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Teptennu 

Tebtynis = Tebtennu 
Tef iir ^ \^ 



c^ 



pAAA^ ©, A.Z. 49, 130, 



/NAAAAA 



, see 



\ 



Tema / ^ , a town in Nubia. 

Temi ^ "^ (](] i^, ^ 



C^pCHE 



> ^^F== 



:i^I, <=^=K 



2^, 



AAAA/VV , 



<^p4v, ,) the canal of the Nome Bu-tchamui. 



Temmerp ^ ^ l\ ^^^^ d, iv, 801, a 

Slldani country ; situation unknown. 

Tern hesi su em pet-t pest temt 






^^k 



III III III 



w 

Tombos Stele lo, a fort of Thoth- 
I w , mes I in the Third Cataract. 



Temesqu]f| ^ ^,]|^^^, 

IV, 781, Damascus; Heb. ptTJ^"!, Tall al-'Amar- 

nah ^-rr j^r "bi -^i -^n <Ti^ >f "^i' 

Arab, j^^j, Syr. vDQCQLD)>, Gr. Aa/j.atrKo'i. 



Tern qai V== ^ 



^> 



a name of 



Khemenu (Hermopohs Magna). 



Ten (?) 



QQ ffi the 3rd Nome' of 



""■^ '"-^ 



Upper Egypt. 



[ 1057 ] 



Ten (?) J^ , the capital of the 3rd Nome 
of Upper Egypt, Nekheb (Eileithyiaspolis). 

' O^ I ©' ^^™°^- ^^^- 424, the capital of the 
Nome Abydos in Upper Egypt; Gr. Oh, e/v/?; 

Assyr. ^-rT:£TTr?Tlf J^. 

Tenen ,,^,^^ 3[ Z\^^:^, a town in the 
Delta, Al-Batnfln ; Copt. n^.e^.rton. 



Teni 



Rec. II, 147, a town in 
the Eastern Delta. 



'v'wvvA , a canal in the Nome Cynopolites. 



e 



TBrnm '^^'vvAA 



^1^ 



D£^, 



the district of 
Abydos (?) 



^^ I n I AAAAAft 



f'^^'-j^'^ . a dis- 



Tenuhi ^ O fl q^, ^^c. 1 i, 91, a dis- 

• X HH ^' tnct m Egypt (?) 

Tenusuu | 1%^(N;:v^, iv, 805, a 

Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Tent ta a ll 

trict in the Sfldan. 

P.S.B. 7 (plate), a district near Denderah. 

Terb jl Jc^^, IV, 790, a district in 

Syria ; situation unknown. 

TerbU jj'^J^, IV, 791, a district in 
Syria; situation unknown. 

Terbusa jj"^ J^^ioicN^ViG, Rec. 20, 

117, a country conquered by Rameses III. 

Term'nna(?) ] ^ ^ , , , ^, 

IV, 788, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Termems]5f^|^|^^©,atown 

in Nubia, the modern Kalabshah ; see Termes. 

Termes '^©,Rec2i,226, Kaiab- 

shah;varr.»=»II^^ 



Terres ^ { ^^ * district in the 
<r:^ I C^^V£)' SQdin. 

Terkhais ]'7"j[^()() ptwj, Rec 

2o.x,7,sec^]()()^. 

Terter]^]--.]-;--^->^, 

IV, 797. a Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Tehbdu ] ri] J (j ^ c^^, iv, 805, a 

Sfldani country ; situation unknown. 

Tehbebu ] m J J^, iv, 797; see 
Tehen ^ HI ^ ^ ^W^^^^ ^^^ 

^^^^^ ^^A/w^ I ©' HI w I in' ra 

-^ «AAAA^ ^ quarter of the town of Shenakhen 
-^^i^Ei' in tlie Nome Arsinoites. 

(11 ^ ^' Memphis. 

Tphen ta ^ ^ ^ "^^, see Tehen. 

Tehi l § W 1 ^^^- "' ^9. a foreign 
OX C^A£)' country. 

Tehnu-] O, M.766, ]^, iv,6.7, 

I , , , ' ^-D-G- ^°64, tfff ^, Libya. 



Tekh 



O Ok 



fx/x/1 i^ap. 3024, 136, a dis- 
w =^ ' trict in Egypt. 

Tekht(?) ] ®] II t^^, Mar. Karn. 38, 
a district in Syria (?) 

Tekhs ] ® P ^. IV, 893, L.D. III, 

65A, 17, a district in Syria; Tall ai-'Amimah 

Teser ^"^n^ ©, Rec. n, 186, 

a name of the Necropolis. 

Teqnen ^ ^^ ^ Herusatef Stele 1 16, 
^ I I I © ' a tovsTi in the SQdin. 



o 



Tekaru(?) " 
Tethnes o 



Au] 



IV, 796, a Siidanl country ; situa- 
tion unknown. 



, IV, 800, a SfidanI 



country ; situation unknown ; varr. ^^AA/^A I 

CVf\£), IV, 800, and 8==s 'D:^^, Rec. 20, 114. 

3 X 



[ 1058 ] 



Tethres s^ H, 

Stidani country ; situation unknown 



— H— , IV, 800, a 



I , Rec. 20, 116, a 



Thaaur ^^ (1 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Thairsa ^ flfl^^to^ '» i^- 79°. a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
D 
II 



Thapthar ^ ^^ ^ .sa^, iv, 788, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tham ?^^^, ^ 



;^^=='. ^ , .^.-^ ^ , the town and Necropolis of 
Western Thebes; Copt. XHAXe, ZCJULH, 

2j:eJULe, xhajlh ; see t^^^g ^^ ^;^ O- 
Tham'uka ^' ^^^^'^' i^' 

792, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Thanret 



_2^ 



], IV, 788, 



district in Syria ; situation unknown 

Thar ^f"^ 

near Mendes. 

Thar 



'^^, a district 



^ ® . ^^ -n- > the 
marshy district of Sma-Behut. 

Thar 



((^ -fT ~^ • (^) *^ sanctuary of An-her in 
Sebennytus; (2) a sanctuary of Neith in the Delta. 



Thar 



I, IV, 647, 



(3©' 



'1-1 



-2a!. 



-2^ 



> (<>f ^ I I ^ » a frontier 
fortress in the Eastern Delta, Tanis ; Assyr. 

Tharbu ^^*^^^ J'^[^£^^, Rec. 20, 

115, a country conquered by Rameses III. 

Tharnasa ^f^'^ ^, iv, 793, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Tharhu 



Anas- 



tasi IV, IB, I, a town in the north-east of the 
Delta. 

Tharkha 



, IV, 794, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown ; Tall 
al-'Amarnah ^^ ]} Jrl<| -4- 

Thartuna ^ ^ ^^ \®'^ 

Alt-K. 1 173, a town in 
Egypt (?) 

_2^ 



■ c^ iy=ci ' 



W Oil 
Thakar (Thakal) 

IV, 788, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



Thakar 



, Rec. 



21, 77, rj^ ^z=^ '^^.Ss^.l |r^^, a district 
on the Mediterranean coast. 



Thakna 



Q£^, 



C\^v^, Rec. 20,115, 

a district in Syria ; situa- 
tion unknown. 



JSi^ 



Thagerr ^'^"7"' i'^' 789, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Thatarset ^' Ij h "^ -^^^ , IV, 790, 

IV, 791, a district in Syria ; 
situation unknown. 



11X11 



mi J.1 yim. • o^. ^^^^ the Nome 

Thatha (Thaui?) ^^. L^topolites. 



Thatham' 



rv^^ 



, Rec. 20, 116, 



a district in Syria ; situation imknown. 



Thataa 



W czr^lfzn 



, Alt-K. 1 1 83, 



Thattana 



a town ; position unknown. 

\\ 9 1 1 1 m ®' 

Rec. 15, 144, a town; position unknown. 

3 '*~~ a town in Nubia 
i^O' (Kalabshah). 



Thamens 
Thinnur 



^ 



w I I I O 

793, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 



, IV, 



Thirna 



CV£VQ, L.D. Ill, 



2og, Rec. 20, 116, a country; situation un 
known. 



Thirsa 



I I 



^, IV, 790, a dis- 



trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



[ 1059 ] 



Thirshakhar ^^MJ^S' 

Rec. 20, 116, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 



Thisup 



ii 



+ _Pq:£\^' 



Rec. 20, 117, a 



country conquered by Rameses III. 

Thithu^s=^^, IV, 794, a 
Sfldani country ; situation unknown. 

Thua 8=3 v^ "^ [c\^>^] , IV, 800, see 

ThuaU ^=3^ D%C\^\>], a district in 

the south of Egypt. 

Thubti ^ j]|(j(]Q:£V£5,Rec.20,ii7;var. 

I (2 J )l (1 n r^^^^ , a district in Syria. 

for the swampy districts in the Delta filled with 
marsh plants; s=> v:^ ^l^^ Y = Heb. Mp* 
Copt, xoonrq. 

Thuna «^^©, g ^©, 

Pelusium ; Heb. ^"iD Ezek. xxx, 15, 16, Tall 
al-*Amarnah ^t^^f t^ff ^^^] •/ (?) 

Thuntchaur -=^7;;i^^'^. 

IVi 789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown ; 
Tall al-'Amarnah V -TJ^ #^ Vr Kf-IH- 

Thukhm'raka s=3 '^ ® ^ ^3:;* 

-^ fvouo ^^^- 20, 117, a district in Syria; 
J^. ' situation unknown. 

Thuka s=3 %^=^'^. IV, 788, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Thuthenau s=s'^^^ ^,iv,79o, 

/I AA/\AAA I I I 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Theb&h(?) *^^, the 12th Nome 
of Lower Egypt (Sebennytes). 

Theben s=sj 



n /\A/\^AA ^^ 



B.D.G. 644, Supp. 931, Sphinx, 14 160, a town 
near Tanis (Daphnae) ; Arab. J\ij Jj . 



Theb-neter "]8= J ©, "] 4a ^. 

I ^^ Sebennytus, the capital of the 12th 
^ ^ ' Nome of Lower Egypt ; Copt. 
ZeiXItonr-f , Assyr. --tTi ^T 7^ ^TH^ -<T<. 
Arab, j ' 



VS/»/SAA O 



Thmusnuth (?) s 

IV, 797, a Sudani country ; situation unknown 

Themeh =.|\ ?V ^ ''''"Tl V^ 

.Ml X I west of the Nile 

Then 1 iv,ii3i, Ti^O 

IV, 769, /WWVA I ^ /VWVW I <*K^ © AAAAAA 

' ^ w I w I ?n W © 

s==* the capital of the Nome Abydos in Upper 
^ O Egypt ; Assyr. --yf j^fj IH? J^- 

ThenaS ^^ ' f|i:^£^, IV, 803, a SAdini 
country; situation unknown. 

^1^ 






Thennu aaaaaa 


I , Sanehat, a district ; situation unknown 



^ 



Thennu Her-t ^^^^ 



^1^ 



o^^>^ 



rv^ , Upper Thennu. 



Thenutchaur ^^ii^^T' 

IV, 789, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 
Thenpu t^ V\ f\/vn ; see Tunip. 

ra 



Thenheqab " ' "^ (] 5, iv, 801, a 

AAAAAA ^ I -^ 

S<idani country ; situation unknown. 

Thent remu ^^ / — ^, Piankhi 

Stele, a town in the Eastern Delta; var. 



Therr 



IV, 1029, a town 
in the Delta (?). 



Therbu ^^J % c^^^. Rec. 20, 117, a 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Therta ^^^^ \ ®, *^^ J (j ©, a town 

in Upper Egypt ; Copt. xepa3T. 

Theretis ^^IQIj^x^^' ^^^- 2°' "5. 

a SOdani country ; situation unknown. 

3x3 



[ 1060 ] 



' Thehbebu ^JJ^' ^^' 797, a 

Sfidanl country ; situation unknown. 

Thehenu s=i'\ Q, ^=*1qS^' ^^' 

800, a Sddani country ; part of Libya. 

TheS ^^f Rec. 36, 53, a town of Menu, 
a Slidani country ; situa 



o 
[v^' 



Z^ [vvrj' tion unknown. 

Thes ^ ©.Edffi. 

Thes Uan ^"'^ % "^ -=^ c^^^, IV, 

891, " Ridge of Uan," a district in Syria (?) 
Thes Heru jj ^ , the 2nd Nome of 



Upper Egypt (ApoUinopohtes). 

Thes hehutt ^"^ "i 



I ci ci 



ii 211 ic^^:^ 



, A.Z. 



1866, 36, a name of Amenti ; Gr. TatrTos 



Thes kha-t en Tehuti j\ ^ ^ 

,anameof^^|^'^^. 
Th-Set ^=»f ^, Nastasen Stele 25 = 
Ta Sti =^^^ > ^ . 
Thekansh 

Theku 



"^"^ a town near Oxy- 



rm. 



U I © ' rhynchus 



%^ "^ , ""^ ^ , ^, capital of the 



Nome Heroopolites ; Heb. ri"i3P (?) 

Thetasth 



D 



CM^, IV, 799, a 
Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Thetna ^ '^, ^"^t^^::^, iv, 

799, a SAdini country : situation unknown. 



Tapur c^^^D^ I (X£\£i, L.D. 



, S ^ „ „ a district in Syria ; situation un- 
I |t^^^» known. 



Tarteni 

Rec. 8, i4Q, see 



I I I 



Ill 



Q£^, 



Taum(?) ^^Ij 



(?. 



, Rec. 20, 114, 
a Sftdini country ; situation unknown. 



Tatur 



Timai 



Q_2s& a town in Nubia, 

^ e^©' Dendur(?) 



W 



name of Antinoopolis. 

Tint 



\\ 



III, 143, a town 
in Egypt. 



(^^'^^/^l 



Tir ^ 1 1 '^, Rec. 21, 77, a town in 
Syria ; compare Heb. "Vil 

Tira-t 

(Asna). 

Tuat en ba 



^ ^, a district near ^ 



AAAAAA VJ 

tia 

Tuat of Babylon of Egypt 



A a crypt at 
Edfd. 

Tuat Kheraha ® ^ Q£i©,the 



™, ^ 1- i ^o\ ® "^^^^ a crypt at 
Tuat Sheta(?) J^ ^. Denderah. 

r« X 1, * 1 '^-=^ ^ Palermo Stele, a 
Tuatchef ^ J © > town of Egypt. 

-, i ^j. C=^ o^ "^^ "=" the west bank 

TuAmentt i^^^^' of the Nile. 

0^ 0*=^ <>-=^ a name of the 

T^ aa I ^ ■ @ ' t^ ^ ' Necropolis. 

Tu aa tes thehen ^^ □ _^ cum 

the alabaster quarries in the Nome Sep; 

Gr. 'AXa^aaTprivoi' opo9. 

TuuUah-t(?) c^^^™^Q-^> 

the hills round the Oasis of Khargah. 

^ r^\ZZ, "holy mountain," U, Gebel 

1 inilD f -J ^A^AAA , r^ ^ ■ t. 

Barkal at the foot of the Fourth Cataract. 

Tubakh-f^^^l^.Anas- 

tasi I, 19, I, a district in Syria ; Tall al-'Amarnah 
^^YT "^^ C^ -^^S compare Heb. nn^^, 
I Chron. xviii, 8. 

Tu baa ^ 1 ^ ", ^ ^,' the 

quarries of Thebes. 

^ the i2th Nome of Upper Egypt 
Tu-I ''"y, (Antinoopolites). 

(i) a section of the Labyrinth; (2) a town 
sacred to Horus, 



[ 1061 ] 



Tu manu ^^^ ^ ^^^, the region of 



the West, the mountain of Sunset. 



^u en Up-ta 



I mnD 



V, Rec. 15, 



Tu en Bekha ' ' ^^^/^ 11 

VJ 



\ t^:^, 



I (niiD 






7u en Bekhan 



VJ 






/wwvAA \| AAAAAA ^ the castem 
nrrm ^ \\ nniD 



171, A.Z. 1883, 66, "mount of the horns of the 
earth." 

>, the region of 
I 

the East — the mountain of Sunrise. 

I (nmi 

III, 2iqE, 12, ' ' /wvvAA I 

' ^ ' I Qnni Jl 
end of Widi liammamat. 

Turbantu c=^^ ^ f??'^'^^'^' 

Rec. 20, 118, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Tu hetch [^£1 i ^, '^™ <J ^, "white 
mountain " — a desert region in Northern Nubia. 

Tu semt (?) ^ ^ J^ ^ , Rec 13, 37, 

a mountain district. 



Tu sheta c^^ 



rm f\^ r-^v-| Ci:£l 



1' (SoniD 



f>. 



X I iniiD 



a name of the Necropolis. 

Tu sheta ent Unnefer 

( ^! A r I ' ^ NecropoHs in the Natron Valley, 

^^ -J^ o III* 

Tu sheta en Behut ^^^ ^Pvww^^S, 

• • ! mnBX I ci © 
the Necropolis of EdfO. 

town in the Nome Aphroditopolites. 

Tu qa Ament '^^ 21 Y ^ ^. the hills 

eODID IS V \> 
of Wadi Natrfin. 

Tu tesher Q:£i '^"^ '^^^^ nnm , ^^^ 'lis^ 

C:f^j IV, 167, "Red Mountain," />., the granite 
quarries of Aswdn. 

Tuh==;^n], ==='^;^, IV, 799, 

a SftdinI country ; situation unknown. 

Teb(Tcheb)^©J,^j54J 






A.Z, 35, 19 (ApoUinopolis Magna), the capital 
of the 2nd Nome of Upper Egypt ; Copt. 
Tfi.U3, ^.xfi.tO, Arab, y j\ . 

Teb Userka ( ^jPU ] A 1^ 
Edfd (?) 

Teb meh A J ^ ^' ^'^ "'^*^^ °^ ^^^ 

North " — a name of Tanis ; (2) a temple of 
Serapis in the Nome Metelites. 

TebenTebti^J-YJ!^*|. 

T©bi c^i> J (1 (1 ^ , a name of Naucratis (?) 

Tebu (Tchebu) ffi % ©, the capital 

of the Nome Uatchet ; Copt. A.xfi.U5, Arab. 

Atfih. 

^ , the marshland 



Tebui \i/ M/ 1^ 

of the Nome Tuf. 

Tebennu ^ ) 1^ 
20, 115; see Thehennu s= 
Teber 



o o 



f\^\A , Rec. 



3 "l , IV, 800. 

^, Edfll. 

Tebkhu c^^ J ® ^ I V, 7 8 1 , a district in 
Syria; compare Heb. nnilD* Tall al-'Amamah 

Tep ^, u. 36,, ^^©,N. 939. 

c-"°^ c:^:^'^ — < f-'=^^ — < <=^>n ^ ^ — ^ 
D -®' D ©V D vl®' D ^© I 
"T) , © , one half of the town of Per 

Uatchet (Buto) ; the other half was called Pe 



Tepi 



n 



^ Sphinx 14, 159, 
© ' Buto. 



fep, the two halves of Per Uatchet (Buto). 

D I 
situation unknown; compare Heb. "^^311, 



Tepr 



, a district in Syria, 



Tem^i 



Tem4i en 



Heru ; Copt, ni" JULin^Ujp. The modem 
DamanhClr. 

3x3 



[ 1062 ] 



Temai p-sebt meht 

D 1 dp ^"^ , a district of Der al-Bahari. 

Temai enti ast Heru 



w 



i 



, Edm. 



Tem^i en Heru c^> y (10 © ^, 

Nome of Lower Egypt (Hermopolis Parva);.Copt. 
i" JULeit^UJp, i" iUiert^OTp. The modem 
Damanhfir. 

Tema en Tcharu c=^ fi fl ^ ^^"^ 
^^ " w^ ^^' ^^^ Tcharu. 

Tema Thebent e^> 2 (1 "^ © ^=^J 

, Daphnae(?); Heb. DnjSnjn, The 



O I 



modern Dafanu 

Tena 






a town near Hensu 
^vvvAA 1 ^ (Herakleopolis). 

Tenaa ^^ (1 "^ " , ^ *°^" "^^'^ ^r" 

/www 1 _M^ O phis. 

Ten Assa ( Q "^ Ol ^^ ^, an 

estate of King Assa. 

canal in the Nome Cynopolites. 



Tenteni 



AAAA/VA AA/WVA 



[X]' 



see Terteni 



I I I 



a district ; situation unknown. 

Terteni ' '^^^^ (HI r^/^^ , Champ. 



/wwv\ 

I I I I 



Not. II. 12., -=> :^ ^ , , , qi| <^. 

de Rouge I.H, 206, the name of a Mediterranean 
people; Gr. AapSavoi (Asien, 355). 



Tehan 



ra 



, see 



/VAAAAA 



Tehan ^=^'^ ^ ^^ ^^ 

Demot. Cat. 38, 425 ; Copt. xe^Itl ; Arab. 
Al-Hibah. 

Teshau ^/^ ^, iv, 797. a SM^ni 

country ; situation unknown. 



Teshert m'^, m'lc^, L.D. 



III, 140C, 



CZEZI O 






r^y^ 



, I w I 



fXi * 



[\£\y]' 



D£V£1' rrr-i Ck 
''2^ 0^*"^ , the Eastern Desert and Arabia. 



f^>"^ , Rec. 20, 115, 



Tequr 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Teqnasa 1^ [tf c^^v^i, Rec. 20, n6, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

*|p^^ Anastasi I, 21, 8, a district in Syria; 
I ' situation unknown. 



Tegaraar ^^^^J 

A ^ f\y\/^ Anastasi I, 21, 8, a district in Syria; 
I ' situation unknown. 

^ t ■J AA/W\ 

Tegnui ^ ^ 

Tet (?) 

Tet (Tchet) Teta, ^ ^T, t. 235, S (j 



^ P.S.B. 25, 220, 
^' a town in Egypt. 

a town in Nubia (?), situation 
unknown. 






, P. 204 + 15, M. 310, 



LiSbd, N. 846, 



, Rec. 27,228, 



\@, 



\®- t^\o 



^, Rec. 4, 27, 






e 



^S- M^®' 



(£ 



W 



Mendes. 
Tet fi< 

Tet as 



, Busiris and 
, a canal in Lower Egypt. 



J '^ a sanctuary ; situation 
JJcm' unknown. 

Tetasut §5^ |] jjjj |. B.D.G. 983, 

Gol. 12, loi 

Tet asut Teta fgj] ^ jj jj jj^. '^e 

pyramid of Teta. 

yetnu ^^^^^^ O ^ © , a town in Egypt 



8o5 ( 



Tetchuuth 

He e 



■^ 



:Ci£^, Rec. 20, 114), a 



[ 1063 ] 

, IV, 



country conquered by Thothmes III. 



f\y\/^ Treaty 28, a district in Syria ; situa- 
' tion unknown. 

TchaitagaSar|(](l](]n^(]^ 

^ Mar. Aby. II, 28, a district in Syria ; 
' situation unknown. 



Tchaani J ^ UIJ©, Rev. n, 128, 

Tanis ; Copt. X^^l>.ne, the modern Sin [^, 

Tchaitathkharri i "^"^ Ts <^ \\ 



Tchaua 



^fl'k 



f^/^/^ 



, Rec. 20, 



114, a country conquered by Rameses III. 
Tohauar |_^ ^^, Rec. .4. .6c 



i'kTl'^''^'"^- 



Tchaur 



w 



^<r-^ f\/v/i , Rec. 20, 

119, Tyre; Tall al-'Amarnah -t]] t^i -fH, 
Assyr. V <::^ OT, Heb. -il!?. 

Tchaursu J ^ *^ 1 %> ch^^ , IV, 7 88, 

a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tchababa J "^ J ^ J ^ ^^^^ . 

Rec. 20, 119, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 

Tchaben | J 5 , Sphinx 14, 160, Se- 
bennytus ; Assyr. >-t]] ^} *y^ tllft: >-<y< , Copt. 

xeixnot-f. 

Tchapaq&a i ^ ^ (j '^ c^. L-D- 
III, 252, 80, a district in Syria conquered by 
Shishak I. 

Tchaparenta i^gH^fVi 

<— =^ ^^. f\>"^ , Treaty 27, a district in Syria; 
situation unknown ; Boghaz Keui Zi-ib-la-an-da. 

TchaftiJ^^^](]4^^] 

(j (N^\^, IV, 786, ^ ] (j C^£^£), IV, 650, a dis- 
trict in Syria ; situation unknown. 



Rev. 14, 46, 51, Egypt; Copt. XHJJLe. 

Tcham J ^(H^^ - Metcha (Una, 15), 
Rec. 19, 88. " 

Tcham 



^ Rec. 14, 51, a district 
near Karnak. 



Tcham 



-^ 



, Denderah. 
, L.D. III, 



Tcham'ith 

131, a dictrict in Syria; situation unknown. 

Tcham'ra J ^ <=> c\^vo, iv, 689, 

district in Syria ; Assyr. *-t.^ t!^^ ""^ *BtJf , 
Gr. 'Eifjivpa. The modern Sumra on the Nahr 
al-Kabir. 

O *] ry/\r^ ^^^' ^°» ' ^4> * Sddint country ; 
00 I ' situation unknown. 

Tohanriusu i^TT^T^^^^^- 

IV, 789, a district in Syria; situation unknown. 
<=>,^^,Rec.2i,xoi, |^J^_]cw^ 

Heb. 1^2; Tall al-'Amarnah -Jify ^ -yy<y, 
Assyr. \^ <::; iffl- 



_25a 



Tchar 



w 



1 



P^ /VQ VSAA/V\ 



AAAAAA 

^^^^^^ s , Anastasi I, 21, i, Tyre the port 

1 — ' 



e 



Tchar 
Tchar amu 



Nastasen Stele, 39, a town 
in the Siidin. 



W 



I e -WWW 1^ 

Anastasi I, 21, 3, a district in Northern Syria. 



Tchareb J^^J^^^^^' ^v, 788.* 

district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Toharbasana |, '^ "7* ^^ 'o' 

^ Cb£v>], Mar. Aby. II, 50, a district m 



Syria; Assyr. -^H -yj^ -yy<y H W] Sff^- 

3x4 



[ 1064 ] 



Tcharputa i^l,"]!]!^. 

Anastasi I, 20, 8, a district in Syria; Assyr. 
--TT?f ^1T<TIdI-^> Heb. nO'^2, Gr. l^ipeTr-Ta. 

Tcharmam|^5|^:v^,L.D. 

Ill, 252, 56, a district in Syria ; situation un- 
known. 



Tcharrum' 



w 



I (2 



N -^„^ Alt-K. 1 237, a district in Syria ; situa- 
I ' tion unknown. 



s 



r-^^^ , 



Tcharta (?) 

Treaty 2&, a district in Syria. 

Tchah I mw, | ^ ^^^^, \ m 1c^^, 

687, 699, m, ■<=°4, i^, i(^^. 



Tchahana 



.ra 



1 



[M^£l, 



Anastasi I, 17, 3, a district in Syria ; situation 
unknown. 

country ; situation unknown. 



Tchat, Tchath 



.(VrVQ' 



IV, 798, a SMini country ; situation unknown. 



Tchathakar 



U' 



IV, 



79«, a district in Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tchatpther i"^ ^^c^£^, L-D- 



III, 252, 34, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Tohatchasa |_|_-;-, i^p^-iv, 

o I I n rA r^/^/^ Rec. 20, 113, a district in 
800, ||^|l[g]Q^, Syria; situation unknown. 

21, 76, the capital of the 14th Nome of Lower 
Egypt; Heb. J^iJ, Assyr. --ff ]f{ ^^>-^.^{}) 

Gr. TaVts, Copt. X^rtK, Arab. ^^L»i see 
Sekh-t Tchan. 



Tcharit 



o, see 



^ 



I I'l 1 1 

_ , a town which stood near MansArah. 

Tcharu ^^"j.®., ^^'- ^^am. 52, 
Tcharukha ^^ ^1^' ^•^- ^9°^' 

63, a town in Lower Egypt. 

Tchitiputa "^ ^^^^° \\\\ (M^, Anas- 
tasi I, 22, 5, a district in Syria; situation un- 
known. 

Tchituna^^ ^J^. Anastasi I, 
20, 8, Sidon; Heb. jl'T''!? Gr. 2t^wv, Assyr. 

Tchuhenu °^ ^ 1 ^ f^^^' ^^c 

20, 113, a Sudani country ; situation unknown. 

Tchebneter '^ -^ ^ — "] ^ ^. 

Rev. 1 2, 40, Sebennytus ; Assyr. *-t:fy ^{ "j^ 

tyyyt: ^y<, copt. xejuLitojuLi". 

Tchebakher ] j ^, Palermo Stele, 

M. ..o, N. 675, ■^j_«|j^;^4, 

T. 369, a town in the Delta. 

Tchef i:^-=^ ©, B.D. 125, II, 31, the 

seat of Neb-heru ^:: — y ^<<^ 



Tchefrer '^ "^^o^}^, Bmgsch, Rec. 

IV, 69, a district ; situation unknown. 

Tchefta °^ 1 (1 , IV, 650, a district in 
Syria ; situation unknown. 

Tchemnua "^ ^ jfo i) (^. IV, 

806, a Stldani country ; situation unknown. 



a sanctuary of Anubis in 
the Nome Sept. 



Tcher 
Tcherr B« 



'', B I , IV, 786, a 
district in Syria ; situation unknown. 



[ 1065 ] 



Tcherit en Tcherti B« 



:^ 






B 



, the temple of EdfCl. 



Tcherna ^ 



7=T 

(3 o 



Stat. Tab. 9, a 
lake. 



Tcher (Tchert) B ^ '^,Rec. 15, 162, 

^"^'\Rec. 10,116,32,65.^^,1^, 

^ "^^^^ a town opposite Hermonthis (Tu- 
<r:>ci©* phium); Arab. Taud. 

Tches "^ n [N^\£|, IV, 800, a SftdSni 
country; situation unknown. 

Tchestchestt ^ ^ \^ ^. 

^v^\ ^ , the Oasis of Dikhlah. 

« ^ n AAA/VNA 

Tchesen ^1 , Rec 20, 114, a 

Sfldani country ; situation unknown. 

Tcheser ^ "^ '^, ^^^' '^' 37, 17, 53 ; 
"^ I r^/^^ see Ta tcheser. 

Tcheser tcheseru "^ "^ ^- '", Rec. 

32, 64, the district of Der al-Bahari. 



Tcheqfi "^ — f, "^ ° 2, the 

capital of the Nome Sapi Shern^. 

Tchet(?) '^ ^, Rec. 24, 179, the 
swamp region — the Delta. 

Tchet "^^^ ©. U. 425, T. 244, "^ 

f[;.u.4.6Tvar.^y.j2).^g| 

U. 254, *j^. N. 906, 993, ^f (]'='CZ3, 
P..89,^|^(joc==,^354,Busins 



, a town to the 



r^y^^ 



Tchetem '^ 

south-east of Thebes. 

2 1, 84, Sidon ; Assyr. >-tf] t^]] S^| ^, Heb. 

Tchetku '^^=^%^,acanalinthc 
town of Avaris. 



[ 1067 ] 



I. 



INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS, NAMES OF 
GODS AND GODDESSES, ETC. 



NOTE. — Reference numbers with letters a and b after them signify that a = first column, 
b = second column of the Egyptian Dictionary. 



A. 



a, 105a, 153a. 

Aa, god, 108b. 

Aaait, goddess, 17a. 

Aaau, god, 18a. 

Aabi, UOb. 

Aabit, goddess, 19a. 

Aabt, mythological fish, 113b. 

Aabtt, serpent, 19a. 

Aabtu, mythological fish, 20a. 

Aabui, god, 19b. 

Aagm', 113a. 

Aagt, town, 26b. 

Aahes, Sudani god, 22a. 

Aahet, god, 22a. 

Aahi, god, 22a. 

Aahpi, god, 112b. 

Aah-remt, god, 30a. 

Aahti, 114a. 

Aahui, god, 22a. 

Aah-ur, god, 30a. 

Aai, Ass-god, 17b. 

Aai, form of Ra, 28b. 

Aai, god, 108b. 

Aait, 17b. 

Aait, goddess, 108b. 

Aaiu, slayers of Aapep, 17b. 

Aakebi (Ra), 26a. 

Aakebi, Circle of, 70a, 888Jb. 

Aakebit, Circle of, 26a. 

Aaker, god, 26a. 

Aakhabit, 22b. 

Aakhbu, god, 30a. 

Aakht, season of year, 22a, 40b. 

Aakhit, goddess, 22a. 

Aakhu, Light-god, 23a. 

Aakhu, Rain-god, 24a. 



Aakhu, a Dekan, 23a. 
Aakhu of the gods, 24a. 
Aakhu of the Tuat, 24a. 
Aakhu, the Four, 24a. 
Aakhu, the Seven, 24b. 
Aakhu, the Eight, 24b. 
Aakhu ait, goddess, 22b. 
Aakhui, 24a. 

Aakhu-kheper-ur (?), 23b. 
Aakhu- menu, 22b. 
Aakhu- neb-s, 24b. 
Aakhu-nekhekh, a Dekan, 23b. 
Aakhu-Ra, a dawn-god, 23b. 
Aakhu-sa-ta-f, god, 23b. 
Aakhuti, double Horizon- god, 

24a, 25a. 
Aakhut Khufu, 25a. 
Aam, god, 111b. 
Aam (Nile), 114a. 
Aamit (Hathor), 20b, 21a. 
Aammi, title of Ra, 20b. 
Aamu, the, 107b, HI a. 
Aamut, goddess, 20b. 
Aamuti, god, 21a. 
Aan, 114a. 

Aanait, goddess, 21a. 
Aana Tuati (Ra), 29a. 
Aani, Ape-god, 2a. 
Aa-nsernsert, 16b. 
Aapef, Ilia. 
Aapep, 17b, Ilia, 212a, 284b, 

869a, 875b, 878a, 901b. 
Aapep in wax, 154a. 
Aapep, associates of, 145b. 
Aapep, fetterer of, 40a. 
Aa-perti, 109a. 
Aapit, HI a. 
Aaqe^qe^, 26a. 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



Aaraar, 21b. 

Aarr, god, 21b. 

Aaru, city, 21b. 

Aaru, god, 21b. 

Aas, god, 25a. 

Aa-saah, 109a. 

Aasabatiu, 25b. 

Aasakhr, 25b. 

Aasek, god, 112b. 

Aash, god, la. 

Aa-shefit, title, 109b. 

Aasit, goddess, 112b. 

Aasiti-Khar, 112b. 

Aast (Isis), 25b. 

Aasten, god, 25b. 

Aastes, god, 25a. 

Aasu, 25b. 

Aat Aakhu, 16a. 

Aat, god, 26b ; the Holy, 15b. 

Aat, Lake in the Tuat, 27b. 

Aat of Life, 15b. 

Aat, town, the Tuat, 27b. 

Aat- Aakhu, goddess, 108b. 

Aat- Aat- 1, goddess, 109a. 

Aat-en-Sekhet, 113a. 

Aat-en-setcht, 16a. 

Aat-ent-mu, 16a. 

Aat-ent-Up-uatu, 17a. 

Aat-en-uabu, 16 a. 

Aat Heru, 16a ; north and 

south, 16a. 
Aati, -an Assessor, 113a. 
Aatit, goddess, 27b. 
Aatiu (Ra), 113a. 
Aat Kher-aha, 16a. 
Aat-qar-uaba, 109b. 
Aat-Setkau, 109b, 888a. 
Aat-sha, 81a. 
Aat-shara, 16a. 
Aa-sti, 109a. 
Aats, gods of, 405a. 
Aatt, 113b. 
Aau, god, 17b. 
Aau, 110a. 

Aau Nu, Sky-god, 18a. 
Aaurmerra, 18b. 
Ab, god, 37b. 
Abait, 39a. 
abandon, 528a. 
Abaqer, a dog, 5a. 
abase, 631b ; abase oneself, 

607a. 
abased, 174b, 373a, 885b. 



abasement, 885b. 

abash, 499b. 

abate (a tax), 564b. 

Abb (Osiris), 118a. 

Abenti, god, 5a. 

Abes, god, 40a. 

Abesh, star, 118b. 

Abeth, god, 40a. 

Abhet, 39b. 

abide, 296b. 

abiding, 296b, 9l3b. 

ability, 624b, 751b ; abilities, 

751b, 779b. 
abject, 798b. 

Ab-lan athan-alba, god, 5a. 
able, 178b, 347b, 621b, 624b, 

698a, 751b. 
abode, lib, 32a and b, 34b, 38a, 
58b, 62a, 79b, 95a, 107a, 110a, 
140b, 178a, 197a, 273b, 297b, 
333a, 342b, 347a, 348b, 419a 
and b, 436b, 440a, 444a, 499b, 
725a, 775b, 796a, 856a, 881b, 
893a. 
abode of peace (tomb), 80b. 
abolish (tax), 144a. 
abominable, 208a, 228a, 243b, 

262b, 329a, 708a, 824b. 
abominate, 214b, 622b. 
abomination, 208a, 215a, 226a, 

260a, 673b. 
abortus, 178a. 
abound, 538a. 
about, 339a, 828b. 
above, 30b, 150a, 265a, 498b. 
Ab-peq, 116a. 
Abraskhtiaks, 118a. 
abridgment, 683a. 
abrogate, 425a. 
abruptness, 820b. 
abscess, 217a, 222b, 617a, 693b. 
absent, 144a. 
Ab-sha, 116a. 
absolute, 164b. 
absorb, 54b, 590b, 645a. 
abstain, 131a. 
Ab-ta, 116a. 

Abti, god and goddess, 38b. 
Abtha, god, 40a. 
Abu (Elephantine), speech of, 

335b. 
Abui, 116a. 
Abuit, goddess, 39b. 



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abundance, 134b, 213b, 278a, 

317a, 458b, 545a, 606b, 677a, 

783a, 809a, 877b. 
abundant, 2b, 102a, 107b, 137a, 

148a, 159a and b, 213a and b, 

458b, 538a. 
abuse, 110a, 185a, 186b, 394a, 

540a, 683a, 689a, 727b, 757a, 

794b, 805b, 807a, 809b, 895a ; 

term of, 826a. 
Abutt, 116a. 
Abu-ur, god, 39b. 
Abydos, 19a ; Council of, 901a ; 

shaft for offerings at, 439b ; 

goddess, 4a. 
abyss, 279a, 332a, 822a, 872a, 

893b ; celestial, 768b. 
acacia, 749a ; wood of, 302b, 

679a. 
acacias, chief of, 84a. 
accelerate, 689a. 
accept, 291b ; accept the person 

of some one, 101a. 
acceptable, 110b, 752a 
access (to a woman), 300b. 
accident, 595a. 
acclaim, 76a, 352b, 381a, 425a, 

448a, 515b, 603b, 608a, 619a, 

670a, 677b, 678a, 791b. 
acclamation, 15a, 17b, 603b, 675a. 
accompanyists, 265b. 
accord, 725b. 
according as, 545a. 
according to, 264a, 277a, 414a, 

415a ; according to law, 266a. 
according to that which, 414b. 
account, 41a, 118a, 161a, 430b, 

510b, 527a. 
account books, 129a. 
accountant, 79b, 511a, 849a. 
accoutrements, 119a. 
accursed, 214b, 574b, 669b, 683a. 
accusation, 860b. 
accuse, 669b. 
accused, 612a, 681a. 
Achaemenes, 25a. 
acquaintance, 430a, 551a. 
acquainted with, be, 430a. 
acquire, 638a, 752a. 
acquittal, 147b ; to procure, 601a. 
acre, 8a, 22a, 75a, 526b. 
acrobat, 539a, 897b. 
acrobatic feats » 61a. 



act, 67a, 418b, 595a and b ; a 
man's part, 850b ; as a de- 
puty, 98b, 103a ; as an enemy, 
726a ; in a lordly manner, 
888b ; perversely, 637a ; pru- 
dently, 317a ; violently, 899a ; 
with decision, 193b ; with 
partiality, 437a. 

act of folly, 180a ; of grace, 
508a. 

action, 418b, 595a, 666b, 698b ; 
of arms, 418b. 

active, 66b. 

activity, 241a. 

actual, 270b, 271a. 

add to, 148a ; add up, 683a, 
828a ; add figures together, 
880a. 

adder, 479b. 

addition, 178a, 317a, 449a, 458b, 
880a. 

addition, sign of, 138a. 

address, 95a, 345a, 410b, 824a, 
911b. 

addressee, 187a. 

addresser, 632b. 

addresses, 692b. 

Adelphoi, 404b, 674a. 

adept, 131a. 

adhere, 862b. 

adherent, 742a, 823b. 

adjudge, 41a. 

adjudicator, 248b. 

adjuration, 745a. 

adjure, 527b. 

administer, 300b, 486b, 622b, 
683b, 699a, 830a, 840b. 

administration, 3b, 136a, 622b, 
683b, 699a. 

admirable, 737a. 

admiration, 292b. 

admire, 200a. 

admit, 441b. 

admonish, 486b, 587b. 

adoration, 17b, 149b, 603b, 857b. 

adore, 149b, 184b, 186b, 352b, 
403a, 442a, 515b, 592a, 593a, 
608a, 649a and b, 650a, 652b, 
677b, 818a, 841b, 871a. 

adorer, 479b, 603b ; of the god, 
403a. 

adorn, 574b, 590b, 601b, 602b, 
873a. 



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INDEX OF ENGLISH WORDS. 



adornment, 602a b, 671a. 

adultery, to commit, 381a, 395b. 

advance, 8a, 40a, 135b, 159a, 
181a, 193b, 222a, 329b, 400b, 
478a, 487b, 498a, 509a, 541 ab, 
549a, 558a, 641b, 645a, 
693b, 710a, 728a, 858b ; ad- 
vance against, 614a [ advance 
cautiously, 478a ; advance in, 
554a ; advance quickly, 643a, 
907a. 

advanced in years, 2b, 222a ; in 
life, 134a. 

advance-guard, 272a, 460a and b. 

advantage, 22b, 459a, 724b. 

advantageous, 622a, 659b. 

adversaries, 564b, 572b. 

adversity, 802a. 

advice, 610b, 694a ; to reject, 
615a ; to seek, 410b. 

adviser, 495b. 

advocacy, 186 a. 

advocate, 64b, 409b. 

adze, 11a, 123b, 351a. 

Af, 22b, 43a b, 186b ; boat of, 
23a ; soul of, 199a. 

Afa, 43b. 

afar, 144a. 

Afat, 119b. 

Afau, Season-god, 119b. 

Af-ermen-ari-f, 43a. 

affair, 8b, 335a, 525a, 595a, 694a ; 
affairs, 486b, 561a, 580b ; per- 
sonal, "525b. 

affection, 588b. 

affectionately, 658a. 

affidavit, 131a. 

affirmation, 348a. 

afflict, 464b. 

afflicted, 14a, 102a, 331a, 396a. 

afflicted man, 887a. 

affliction, 74a, 270a, 290a, 396a, 
431a, 460a, 524a. 

Afkiu, 120a. 

Afmuit, 120a. 

aforetime, 554a. 

afraid, 499a, 619a, 636a ; to make 
697a. 

afresh, 264b. 

Africa, East, 179a. 

after, 73a, 714b, 265a b, 305a, 
415a, 494b ; after the manner 
of, 277a. 



after-birth, 795b. 

afterwards, 305a. 

Afu-Asar, 125b. 

Afuau, 466a. 

Afu-ftu, 43a. 

Afu-heri-khent-f, 43a. 

Afu-Ra, 46b, *163a. 

Afu-Tem, 43a. 

Aga, Agaa, 95b. 

again, 122b, 342b. 

against, 65a, 414a. 

Again, 122b. 

agate, 317a. 

Agau (Anubis), 95b. 

Agba, 317b. 

Agb-ur, 12a. 

Ageb, Water-god, 12a. 

age, 434a ; past age, 830a ; ages, 

134a ; age of man, 133b. 
aged, 134a, 387a, 514b, 626b, 

747a, 838b, 856a ; aged folk, 

17b ; aged man, 838b ; aged 

one, 108b. 
Aged One, 83b, 453a. 
Aged One (Ra), 882a. 
Aged One (Thoth), 757a. 
agent, 103a, 422a, 436b, 849a. 
Aggit-hebsit-bag, 96a. 
aggressive, 839b. 
agile, 227a. 
agitate, 678a. 

agitated, 243a, 393b, 906b. 
agree, 291b ; to a proposition, 

129b. 
agreeable, 50a, 766a. 
agreement, 568a ; sign of, 448a. 
agriculture, 157b ; office of, 239b. 
ague, 393b, 448a. 
Aha (Menu), 8b. 
Aha, god, 133a. 
Aha-ab, 133b. 
Ahait, Cow-goddess, 7b. 
Ahait, goddess, 133b, 134a. 
Aha-neteru, 133b. 
Ahanurtnef, 133b. 
Aharer, 133b. 
Ahasekhet, 133b. 
Ahasuerus, 566a. 
Ahatiu, 132b. 
Ahau gods, 133b. 
Ahemt, 76b. 
Ahes, god, 76b. 
Aheth, 134b ; chamber, 515b. 



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Ahi, god and Assessor and form 
of Harpokrates, 76 a, 450b. 

Ahibit, 76b. 

Ahit, goddess, 8a. 

Ahkai, god, 77a. 

Ahmesu, 74b. 

Ah-pet, 75a. 

Ahs, Sudani god, 8b. 

Ahti (Osiris), 77a, goddess, 77a. 

Ahu (Menu), 8b. 

Ahu (Tern and Thoth), 76b. 

Ahui, 76a. 

Aia, god, 2a. 

Ai-em-hetep, 30b. 

aim blows, 595a, 685b. 

Ai-ma-seb, 391a. 

air, 13b, 82a, 89b, 98b, 280a, 342a, 
344b, 346b, 356a, 369b, 377b, 
593a, 651b, 683ab, 732a, 750a, 
823b, 824a, 849b ; to make, 
269b, 606a ; the open, 554a. 

Air-god, 500a, 731b. 

Air- goddess, 474b. 

air-hole (?), 99a. 

airless, 340b. 

Ait (Nut), 30b. 

Akanhi, 94b. 

Akbit, 94b. 

Akbiu, 94b. 

Aken-ab, 95a. 

Akenh, Akenha, 95a. 

Aken-tau-keha-kheru, 95a. 

Akenti, 95b. 

Aker, Earth- god, lib, 95b. 

Akeru, Earth-gods, lib, 64a, 830b, 
835b, 905b ; net of, 27a, 519a. 

Akerta, god, 12a. 

Akes, 95b. 

Akhabi, god, 9a. 

Akhabit, goddess, 9a. 

Akhabiu gods, lib. 

Akha-her, 135b. 

Akhauarit, 135b. 

Akhekh, 77b, 135a. 

Akhekhtiu, 135a. 

Akhem-hems-f, god, 78b. 

Akhem-hep-f, god, 78b. 

Akhemit, 78a. 

Akhem-sek-f, 78b. 

Akhem-urt-f, 78a. 

Akhemu-beteshiu, 78b. 

Akhemu-seshau, 78b. 

Akhkhi, 77b. 



Akhkhu, god, 9a. 

Akhmu, 136a. 

Akhnartif, 136a. 

Akhniu, 95a. 

Akhpi (Ra), 77b. 

Akhsef, 79a. 

Akhuti, 77b. 

Akriu, 139b 

Akriu, lib. 

Akshit, 95b. 

Aku, 94b. 

alabaster, 473a, 523b, 751a. 

alarm, 395a. 

alas ! 30b, 104b, 219b. 

Alexander the Great, 52b. 

Alexandria, 661a. 

alien, 541b, 546a, 911a ; aliens, 
lib, 782a. 

alienation (of property), 568a. 

alight, 5b, 368b, 480ab, 549a, 
617a, 623b, 693a, 700a, 743a, 
863 a. 

alighting, 693a ; places of, 148a, 
693a. 

alike, 826a. 

Al-Kab, 62a. 

all, '2b, 30b, 357a, 414a, 826a, 
834a, 880a, 908b, 909a ; all that 
is, 164b. 

all at once, 765b. 

all-embracing, 676b. 

all eyes (everybody), 313b. 

all men, 214a ; all peoples, 834a ; 
all persons, 68a. 

allegiance, 739b. 

allocate, 88