List of Kings' Names
List of Countries, Cities, Towns, etc.
Index of English Words
Index of Kings' Names
Index of Geographical Names
Geographical Names in Coptic, Greek, Hebrew, Assyrian, Syriac, Arabic, etc.
List of Coptic Words quoted in the Dictionary
List of non-Egyptian Words quoted in the Dictionary - Greek, Hebrew, Assyrian, Syriac, Arabic, etc.
List of Egyptian Hieroglyphic Characters in the Fount of Messrs. Harrison and Sons; with Appendix
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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.
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By Sir E. A. WALLIS BUDGE, Knt., F.S.A.,
M.A. and Litt.D., Cambridge; M.A. and D.Litt., Oxford; D.Lrr.,'Durham ;
SOMETIME SCHOLAR OF CHRIST'S COLLEGE, CAMBRIDGE, AND TYRWHITT HEBREW SCHOLAR ;
KEEPER OF THE EGYPTIAN AND ASSYRIAN ANTIQUITILS, BRITISH MUSEUM.
{IN TWO VOLUMES)
VOL. II.
' LONDON:
JOHN MURRAY, ALBEMARLE STREET,
1920.
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[ 593 ] sur Ig'V2, m. 588, |g Q, t. 345, Ö, U. 191, to drink; Copt. ce. 1 surà (suà) ^=f \\ gà, "^ \\ »*™fà, to drink, drinker, toper, drunkard. /WWSA /WWVA /WV\AA suràu ^g|^[ f\\, P. 692,<^,°®°u° ^è\, P. 94, drinkers. SUr-t ï£ Ö, T. 71, I*" Ö, U. 191, Îgo^, M. 225, g o ^, N. 603, * tD, drink; ^5^3 <=> ^r, IV, 1115, water supply. sur-t , bead, oval ball; var. 1 ^=» (1°. ^J^0 § ()û mother-of-pearl <rr> H 0 ' <rr> <rr> 000' beads. SUru-t(?) -— % <^ %f, a bird. S-ursh ^^ j\ to make to be green or fertile ; caus. of ursh. suh £ra& ra ra j\ \, to utter words as the result of some great or sudden emotion, to speak in an ecstasy, to prophesy. Q >Y ), air, wind. 3°24, 79» S-ush Heriu -«—%oo ^ v ^ title of the high-priest of the 10th Nome . ' of Upper Egypt. SUSh -«- % ^^ L-=/J, to break (?) SUSh-t -«- ^j*.1130, tic, fetter, cord. SUt ^Ç2 A, var. ^ST A, White Crown. SUtut — JbJb"* , IV' 52°. to walk °Jl °Jr to travel. (2 ® ^ ' t0 tr6at a b°dy with s-utekh drugs, to embalm; caus. of ^\ Ç3 : ^è\ ® Ö. A title of Anubis is ; var. "the embalmer." s-uthet -*-t^8=f|, ~^\ /\ I h , to cook, to roast, to bake. S-Uthet ^-%S=>{> , to fatten birds. var s-utekh <2 , to embalm ; ^ Melternich Stele 62, egg; Copt. o ' cooY&e. SUh —*— % S ° , balls of incense. Suhit (?) Q J), Denderah III, 12, a v / v-y£]' goddess of üenderah. S-Ukha —«— %> ? ls\ "^, Peasant 282, to stupefy, to make silly ; caus. of ukha. S-USer —•♦— "I I» , to strengthen ; caus. s-usekh \7 J\ , to walk with lung strides ; caus. of usekh. S-USh ^^, ~^§\ to praise, to worship, to adore ; caus. of uash. S-Utcha -—% J, -*-^5> to strengthen, to heal, to save; caus. of ^\ A <|\ \ . s-utcha-^^|A,-^|^,to go, to go forward ; caus. of *è\ A j\ . Seb — J-fev N. 692, 1148, jackal; see —w , see asi Digitized by seb _^J^, u.460 .... —JS~ (1(1, an interrogative particle. TT, —rr$A,—*-J% , Peasant322, to lead, to conduct, to guide, to traverse, to pass through, to march in front; —fi~ ]La II Y\ 1 I , guide of the words of the god IS. 2 P
[ 594] Jl ^ J , I> 5°. sebbi t^JJ^. t_ u A , to lead, etc. ; "TT"AWWV J—? a dead man; "7T"Ja?]J, decay of the body ; sebseb -75—rr /v, "TîtJa "Tr J» to lead, to guide. Sebi-t -TT" J ° , -*- J ^ , conductor, guide; —*— J J ° jf0((> traverser of eternity —a title of Râ and of Osiris: <^^ „ -ww —jr~ 1 Ü |o|, this book of traversing eternity. sebbi ^JJ — -5TJJ: V, 1112, a general envoy. Sebi-t, sebiu-t -FT Jj^ Jl !, Shipwreck 161, —*— h ^è\ i, freight, cargo of a boat or ship, load of a camel or ass; —TS~ \\ wvaaa ^ -^ -A ao 0 \\ , a loader of ships. 1 1 1 sebb -— J J^*., Bed. 6910, to load. Sebit -*-Wk>Rec- ^ä w J , evil, seb xv — j^> i wickedness ; -jt" J @ , decay, waste, sebit Tï-J(j(|-^, TTl\\ fish offal, a poor kind of fish. Seb ^^ A ^* ^^ (A , Shipwreck 56, an offering by fire. seb-t ~A~jh, louse;plur. "ErJ^j, "^Ja^Î'' C°Ptclß(?) tress, lock of hair, hair clippings. Sebi —7T"^0 aPer'°d of time, anniversary, W ' annual festival (?) seb -+- J sba — J^, flute; Copt. CH&e. to play ' a flute. Sba a, , doors ; Copt. Cue. 0*111 Sba-Râ 775a, Edfû r> 8l> a ^.^ d? Ö00 I Nile-god. Sbau — ^ ^fx 11 j » «tar-gods. * Ç^rar /i» punishment, correction ; Copt. cflUJ. sebakh (sebkh) T"-^?, t0 shut in' v ' O ^ U to preserve. s-baq (sebq) ± ^~, to make to shine; caus. of ImAJ. sebaq(sebq) T^ i> leg, thigh; see S-baq (Sebq) \ Ä), to make pregnant; caus. of 1 | I /r. S-bagi —«— 'fe^ Z5 Û û » to make weak or helpless; caus. of J ïï ijûfih- sebà -—J^min, -«-J (] J }fchhh, a mythological serpent-fiend. Sebàth "TT" M £=J, Canopus Stele xo, ^ä i 1 1 1 provisions. sebit -*- J (1(1^^, Rec. 4,2i, —»-J 11 m ' ^ «JÎ ^1Q TTT* ^ Plant, flag, rush. seben ——Jawa/v, u. 304, 532, 551, P. JAA/WW L=^l, Rec. 30, 187, to retreat, to wriggle .away (of a serpent) ; —*— J >* /WYWA ;*"** *, to roll away thchours. seben-t -— 11 ~™, u- 6".\"*reaî' J\ o withdrawal. \^. Rec. 31, 168, AA/WW V to retreat ; see seben. sebenben —*— | aa**™ | AAAAAA M. 280, —!♦— JUww JKwm\^ , Rec. 31, 168, to re- Jn "vAAAAA *\ AAAAAA 1 - ^\ P. 180. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 595 ] J/WYWA *\ ö V^, U. 540,T. 296, J /WW* *\ O V^ o , P. 230, crowns. sebeh ^Jj(~=.|g, ~Jj[»$. —— JJj[ ^ ^ I, to cry, cry. Sebkhas —*— J **"***> one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. 2ov%(f s. Sebeshsen -J f-yn /wwva, Annales I, 84, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. 2ov%«5ç. , Israel Stele 22, fortunate. sebeq(?) —J, fljzl^^l |, happy, sebq-t _*_J^^ sebt-t — Jö^j sebt > jl, wall, fort ; Copt. CO&T. ... n<=> TT <~—> f 1 <=> sebti —*— \\ ][ >a r°yal t'tie. sebth -*-Js=s^), P. 349, 1065, , bone chamber. crown of flowers, wreath. J 3 , N. 766, P. 708, J a Rec. 30, 186, to inhale, to smell. Sep , a sign of multiplication ; D © H n , Rec. 2, in, to multiply; n= 10 x 10. sep D ©' D © >^ ' D ' D "^' ©, ©, "^7^, time, season, fate, luck, occasion, opportunity, hap, accident, condition, case, situation, kind, sort, mode, means, manner, habit, way, behaviour,action, characteristic, aim, object, purpose, subject, case at law, trial, affair, act, like, equal, expedient; Copt. CÏT; ^r^> , ill-luck, calamity, fault, failure; 1 ©, , every par- u ^ .icuhr^yö^j; D © one at a time, one by one ; D © ö~", L.D. III, 140B, another good example ; : Stele 8, every one on his land ; J ^ , Israel D © /wwvsj Amen. 15, 18, moreover, another case; , IV, 1078, happiness; D © IV, 944, calamity, disaster; , on every occasion ; -wwa D © 3 a © 1 1 1 D ©%*XX' o vyw , time of trouble; ? ^X Ail!,a.Z. D © A /wwvsU U I —1*~~ r^-o —*— a 1880,49; ^-^> a bad turn; L—fl, , ,, —*— © .. —*—w a bold act; II, , twice, repetition; , D © II v D ©Ö M H n /WWVA^V H duplicity; """a , V """V&v , second © _n_, —*— time; _n-* , f| f| , never again; II 11 D © D © , T. 283, D © at once, forthwith; Copt. rtCOÏI; ^^^ ©, © © /WYWA 000 II gold twice refined; ^"aamm gold thrice o o o m - , , © © TT QQ ~*~© © XT refined; plur. , U. 88, , N. 1110, d©^!' inoi' °W IV' 351' nein' "^ '"i n A ! ^ !k \* freqUentlyj n © d ^ mi' "^""' Rec-16'IIQ [say]four times (a rubrical direction); ^fll.good ^ millions of times; ^ 1 /wwa '==^7 o |\ in, D @ 1 r^j] r ü 1 5- <§> © © ©r^iü /WYWA times, Rec. 20, 40 ; 3T" 1 /wwa <sJl I I D © righteousness ; abilities ; © <§> © © 26, unmatched for abilities; IV, 410, 1082. sep ., unique in , A.Z. 1905, 11 I © , the case in a crimi- D © 21 D W court, a legal decision ; J (I nal offence ; ^ ^ D It IS a case for punishment; III wmm /wwa 7^ , r D © d IV, 7152, cases of trespass; 1 /wwa just cases; /ww\a.<s>- 1 D © case of evil-doers; J\ \\ ^~wna^— IV, 1109, their case comes on again. 1, the D ©' Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 p 7
s [ 596 ] sep D ^>Rev. = D@, D §\l> Rev. 13, 23, time of judgement. sepiepi D @ , » Q^rj xx> D © n' , primeval time; © ®, lands of 1, Rev. 13,23, to supplicate. D © primeval time. sepi m sepsep D D , Stele of Ptolemy I, —h »— jo —« •*"" Jl I/Ä 18. *w, Rec. 15,18, 3 1 ör> ' D D 21 ü D UjST Rec. 13, 22, to ask for, to supplicate, petition; Copt, cencoon. Sepi , Peasant 199, ^ D © D © ' D © 't0remain°Ver'^D©^^l!l Shipwreck 38, not one was left; a , L.D. III, 140c, there remains no trace; see p „: Copt, ceene. D DU sepp D GUI' @. to remain over ; Copt. ceene. sepit c, U. 549, T. 303, * d © y a © Rechnungen 49, —*— ^£ (J(J . , P.S.B. 19, 263, © 0 III —*■ D © llr-^-i' D ©HHlll' D alll' D ©i' "*"" /] f| © ~r"H— fi fi ^ remainder, remains, D Hi 111' D HHo' gleanings. sep-t © © ©, pots for storing corn. SeD Rä ö !~\ Pa'ermo Stele, the name © ■■' V ' of a sun-temple. Sep *&ftM, worm, serpent. Sep-her D © Sallier IV, 13, 9, a god (?) sep ~~ü~~ Rec- l6> r36» t0 dip; Copt. ^—=0' cen, con. Sep Q (® , Rec. 26, 64, tackle of a boat. Sep -G=£-, Thes. 1124, couch, dîwân. SeP-t D a ^' "d~ ^' StairS' StepS" sep ~^T ^ ' 0*1 \ »t0 cutj t0 slay> to destroy, to smite. sep sep Rev. 12,21 = , Copt, ceene, © , Rev. 13, 37, Nomes; see u 1 1 ni sep-ti(?) J^ßß> Lit. 22, p°pß = □ [)I), two plumes. Sep n^^» Rec. 3, 49, a god. Sepit ^$, Berg. I, .9,^^, ■ wailing-goddess, a form" of Hathor (?) sepa —*■ to benefit, to thrive, to prosper. Sepa >CZX, U. 538, T. 305, -— n (jmuilD "IT r-17 C7777777T) ruii(lll-i J» B.D. 17,87, D r-H-i J), Rec. 30, 187, B.D. 69, 7: (i)a reptile-god (?) ; (2) the chief of the seven spirits who guarded Osiris. Sepa-ur D T. 304, a god (?) Sepa-Heru 329, "7 Sepa of Horus. Sepa-her C////////1 CWWWYO c////////t CWAWO u. »»%, T. 300, the f, P. 270, O N. 1251, _x , M. 485, 30, 199, the god with a [hideous] face like Sepa. Sepa-shâ-t L—A 0 ill' >^ 1, Tuat III, a god of slaughter sepi , 1 Rec 3, 56, trough, ' basin. sepi sepi sepi Rec. 3, 50, crusts of 111' bread. tTt Rec. 3, 45, rag, shred, ^ strip of cloth. Ö, Rev. n, 167, thread; Copt. cenm. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 597 ] S Sepi D \\ ^1> sepin(?) d w Rec. 3, 44, a god. * IV, 670, a kind of - ' wood. Sepen(?) /fj, Ombos I, 186-188, one of the 14 kau of Râ. —*— *-o-, —*— sper □ , Rec. 26,229, d j\, II , to come forth, to set out. to make to come D s-per[r] forth; caus. of sper a sepeh ~~* cm x —*- seph.11 s-pekliar to inscribe, to register. Sepkh.-ken.mem to ask, to pray, to entreat r n> IV> io75» Âmen. 7, 19, 11, 17, to ' lasso, to take captive. Û, order, command (?) l—û, ^=> I—Û , to write, D * :, the name of one of the 36 Dekans. Hh. 564, to shake down the hair (?) I, Rec. 31, 14, j Mission 13, ny gods with dis- 1 ' hevelled hair. seps d Sepsu ~d seps D S?^, to overthrow, to slay. seps I ]£ , A.Z. 1906, 107, 109, to skip, to jump, to dance ; var. I D I ^T . seps —»— u • —»- sept-ti lips; see n , to build. nD D , the two sept heri D ©^ sept kheri g> <üb>, lower lip. w , upper lip. sept /www IWWVA IWWVA /WWW , IV, 655, bank, shore; Pap. 3024, 67, the bank sept Do (' D c mus (?) ; Copt. C«L<$>Tf'. ^, a plant, hyoscya- sept D ^ <£, leg, thigh, foreleg. Sept - masti - ent - Ruruti □ § ç> part of the hunting net of the Akeru-gods. septXâfl'2AMtobeready' prepared; ^^|^<g-^*^, his soul is prepared- ~~0~ A Jl<^b Provided with a watchful, ^ ' c—=~a Ü U I ' intelligent face. Sept-metu J^ß fl name of the 6th Gate in the Tuat. IÏÏÏÏT1 , the S-pet □ s=<, to make to stretch, to D ^>. extend; caus. of Sef , N. 429, ^\ *=#, Shipwreck 144, ^\ , to cut, slay, to kill. sef ^\ , *-=— ^\ , knife ; plur. to V 1; Copt. CHCje, Arab. u-sjus> Eth. ftj?^ ', syr- ""**">> Gr. f/0oc —M— f\ —H— sef ^^11» Mar- Ka™- 55» 67> ^» ~~M Rec. 16, 141, to melt by fire, to boil, to (£ Ö' cook, to steep, to macerate. H—f)\ to melt by fire, to .s^JÔ' liquefy. sefsef sefsef to pour out, to overflow. sef-t sef f* n ■f*. a kind of sacred oil. &£&, Peasant 316, Pap. 3024, I07, *^=^, o ^ A to be gracious, mild, of the stream. _ Digitized by Microsoft ® gentle, pitiful, compassionate; '^^^ | Qr> R-ec- 13, 12, a soft answer. Sef 2ft, babe, child, boy ; varr. \\ 2 P 3
[ 598] S children, i.e., Shu and Tefnut. the two Sefi-peri-em-Hesher, etc. w |?) K.P. 164, 8, a title of the Sun-god. —H «yi A/WW sfa vs. «Nw **—- r^S- AA/VAAA to strain, to purify; see sefi. sfa-t annoyance, pitiful, clement. Sfà " h , Tuat I, a serpent-god. Ö , Rec. 5, 95, sfi A/WVAA A/WVAA A/WVAA aaaaaAj Rec. 5, 96, S—fl' Rec. 5, 93, I ® , to mix, to mingle, to I \\ 1 w 1 strain, to clarify, to purify. sfen ~~~ 3 , IV, 971, **=— 3 Q£, Peasant A/WVAA A/WVAA £ZJL 150, to be patient, long-suffering, mild, gentle. sfenu i\aa sfenti sefrit 1 1 1 "^g-è, exile (?) orphan (?) ; plur. , IV, 1076. [t A.Z. 1900, 30, a kind Him' of plant. L-fl' Hh'452 s-fekh. fÖ> Rec- 29> 155, £—f\, **=~-r. „, to loose, to open; caus. of <=>>:; see 1 <=>^:; Vil A >umvraPPed s-fekhfekh. *ZZ ^m~n, to put off clothes, to undress, to loose ; see <=>^;. Sefekh ^Z ® Jà , wort. 1212 Sefek *-=»- \v , to cut, to slay, to cleave. !jj§), to pour ^\> sefkek out, to be poured out, exhausted. sefth ^^ V , to slay, to kill. Sem —*— J If, form, image, kind, manner Digitized by Microsoft ® sem sem x semsem , to collect, to heap together, to bless; Copt. CJULOT. to bless, to pray. sem(?) - metal ; see tchäm. I sem ^ -H— (3 j 000, a kind of 111 / 111 vft> 1, ^"^% herbs, vegetables; Copt. CIJUL. sem, semati rVA, r\h ^&, r\j> t\ > ^\\'=¥1^: (i) a priestly officia1'*(2) title of the high-priest of Coptos and Panopolis. semi-t ^ , U. 557, £^ü, £^0, , r\/\/) —m—fN/VQ M AAAAA/N Ci grave ; (see khaskh-t), fN/v/i, , desert, hill country, hill cemetery; r\/\/), P. 82, M. 112, N. 86, hills; , IV, 1015, hill of truth, i.e., the r\/\/) ^l\ hill of the spirit-bodies; ^ o , IV, 430, o ♦t— A/WVAA ß fc£0, hill of the east ; ^ W^\ hill of the west. Set Àmentt (Semi-t Àmentt) (W) f] ^^ B.D.G. 85, the mountain necropolis on Iûû' the west bank of the Nile. Set(Semit) ~ , ?uat ^ B;DG- 8l> v ' r\/\/)' , 83, a god. Semti r\/\/) Qyx/)1 ?ffFF J CS' the nesu bâti name of King ; = sem-t, Rec. 28, 170. semsem "^ "~~ n>, "^ *~~ ät|, N / I horse; plur. c V
smai L-0 [ 599 ] s g- _> * • u-4I8' T .3«,J39.P.«".N.6„,J. jj|,J^{ j^t-fl' ' m ^\ ' t0 umte> t0 Jom oneself to someone or something, to copulate ; ]T , joining heaven to earth D a I h Sma 1"^, ^^J>^*> cemetery (?); sma en ta - - A ^ ^ , the transport of a dead body over the river to the tomb. smai-ta H ö hU' tsÖ'J s , Rec. 3i, 19, 3 I H , Rec. 34, 177, H I n (2 jL—Zl s , Hh. 548, © *3F* s , Amherst I, to bury, burial, " union with the earth " ; Copt. TÜOJULC. Peasant 44, side of a field or road, border border of a field; |^^Ç|, A.Z. 1900, sma-t I n or w w^i3 , the two sides of a road. <?' <h ^,' ^ut' intestine> rec" £, Rec. 26, 80; plur. ^ ^ ^ , U. 518, sma sma-ti ^\ /"=ö), phallus. I , testicles. smaiU V V\ M£ 1, male relatives, kinsmen, cousins, connections. smai hru nefer Tflfljj ra %>î°, a ma^n who assists at a festival, addicted to revelry. spouse, consort, wife, concubine. smait female relatives, connections, cousins. smaiut J^v^l, iv, 1081, J o^^j, Peasant 191, J I) (| <* ^ j. o) 11 1 o 1 •P=Hi' ® DUO 1 1 1 1 1 1 ctmm Rec-l6>IIO> * S^Wm' gang'com pany, band, troop, evil allies, associates, confederates, fiends, devils; I m £ü' allies of Set smait 24,166, smai(?) J double crown , Rec. Rec. 17, 113, a ' royal title. IV, 200, part of the sma ta j j, Methen, a title, governor (?); var. I Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 p 4
[ 600 ] S smaitaui yfX*p, Palermo Stele, ÎTÏ' ffi' /S\ 'uniter of the Two Lands' /.*., of Upper and Lower Egypt—a royal title or name. smaittaui(?) 0^.^, throne room (?) ,smaiui(?) Y^[E!> Rec- 27, 84> twin mountains (Gebelên ?) Smai Rec.31,. 12, the title of a god. Smai TO, ., a name of Set 145, 146, VI, 23, the doorkeeper of the 6th Pylon. Smaiu I e 1 L»=/]i !> j B.D. 17, 138, i8a, 2, H. 1, 19, 1 ' 5, Nesi-Amsu 22, r 1, fiends. Smaiut _> a. group or company of gods; Y@ P.S.B. 13, 569. 1, Rec. 31,168, \\ Smaiti ^ ^i]l|~^> b.d.64,i4, the two goddesses Isis and Nephthys. Smati-uati X5, a divine title. Smatt-Bast Tö ÖC?0. B-D- "S. i:^:^.b.o..69, i rw\ VJ ©' see Basti. Smai-Nu J^, J^Z^, Mission 13, 50» Smai-ta Edfû I, 79, a title of the Nile-god. >1kl7I^To"ibof Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 70). Smai-taui 1 . A V X, D.R.G.60, Ï , IV, 82: (t) a serpent-god; (2) a moon-god ; (3) a Horus-god of U (4) a title of Set. ' Smai-taui I_^n#Y|§. B.D.G. 348, a title of Harpokrates son of Hathor. assembly, reunion, gathering. cr~D 111 smait ^^ T^n' 111°'encIosure' a shut-in place; plur. Y ^N ^S smai-t Te», IV, 1121, bolt(?) fasteni sma T^L t\ |, ^^S—fl, Rec. 16, ing. I42' * il'e a mixture of six parts. sma kh-t i\ /wwva Koller r, 7, », Metternich Stele 20, ^ ."w ,} to eat. sma[i]u keku , Vs\ i^H j j thick darkness, utter darkness, outer darkness, gloom, obscurity; varr. Y1^ * ^IM^Ikf^ smai *$o&» *m*» ^> Y^^l^^' Rev-6> J47, temple, lock, tress, hair ; Copt. CJUL<LT. Sma V 1 m , tree with thick foliage. Sma J>^^, a plant; plur. Jf f)^, , leaves, 1 1 1 <§. foliage, twigs, branches, vegetables. smait a {\sa^-t Rec. 8, 171, couch, bed, bier, mat, platform, part of a boat. sma to render clear or visible. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 601] S-ma £s>-1 , to make to see ; caus. of Sma >5, Metternich Stele 41, 4, \\ > ibid. 157, / \v L-=Z), to cut up, to slay. sma ~T IV, 614, a beast slain as an offering. Smaur-Bekha j? ^J 5f5$> Ombos II, 139, the bull-gods Smamur and Bachis. . Sma-kheftiu-f Tuat III, a ram-god. Olli smasma / ^ 1 Or» t0 Pray' to îecite; var. t\ (j ?, to feed; Copt. TJULO(?). s-maàr ^>^(|^. IV> "99, —*— Jèv* (I Ys , to make miserable, to oppress ; caus. of _Jp J^ (j ^. S-maä —H— ^^, 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 ^^ 3 . s-maä kheru _> Rec. 29,147, _Jp 3* I, to make true T I the word, i.e., to prove innocent, to procure the acquittal of someone. smai a boat, to rig a boat , M. 785, to equip s-mau @ w to repair, to renew, to rebuild ; caus. of £ s-mau —_>^AJH' Missioni3> 58 ; caus. of smam _> smamu smam _> \-JA to slay, t—fl' to kill. fo, slaughterer. _> Cjm? J? B.D. 62, 5, a bull-god , Ombos II, ££4 Smamit / N^x 233, a cow-goddess of offerings. Smamur , Y \ "^^ Pn> Denderah IV, 79, a bull-god or goddess. smam ~~T t\ (1, IV, 809, to crush ; L. ^ VI » to crush foreign lands. smam(s-am) ^ Ik M' to kindle, to set fire to; caus. of v\ v\ \\. smam-t (s-am-t) 1 _Jp 1jj\ t\* Q, Pap. 3024, 13, blaze, a kindling. smam ^^kl^Tfli-dense (of darkness VN^). . smasu TW, Rec. 27, 84, eldest, firstly rn born; see smesu: smasu-t (smesu-t) J~^> ^ smà T-H— y [1 q&, herald, reporter, announcer; Copt. CJUUULC. sman —*— v awwv , —«—1\ y>w^,u. 14» a kind of incense. smä(?) ~*~ s-mar , to kill, to slay. , Rec. 32, 79, to please, to make happy, to adorn, to decorate ; 0 caus. of Digitized by Microsoft ®
[602] s-mâr-t H adornment, decoration, rich or festal apparel. smi-t M (I oT, shadow, protection. smiu —— &v f\J\ ^k IÄ I, devourers, avenging gods and fiends SmU —&_fc- U 5°« T. 321, flesh, members. smun (ors-m-un) —«- Peasant 44, —h— v\ k, slaughter, death ^ assuredly, really and truly, verily. smep D smen dii___±, P. 124, M. 93, N. 100, incense. s-men —«—*^, p.635, M. 510, N. 1092, r____^ 0 (I , P. 636, 637, M. 512, 514, N. 1095, /VA/VNAA IO97 1=1 |, Rec. 30, 187, ö ] , to stablish, to fix firmly in position, to establish oneself; caus. of \ ; Copt, cjuime, cejuim. smen-smen esa t^h, T. 398, M. 400, to establish, be established. smen p^ , order, foundation. smen f»""i |, bronze. smen ^""i ^^, Metternich Stele 62, r±i__± Z^,, a kind of goose; Copt. CJULOYHe. /WWW (2 J2l Smen e^"^, riüs J, B.D. 17, 37, A/VWV\ _/_T AA/WVV J I a goose-god, a dweller in g a^wa =1, ar" AbY- a o a> 44« smenu riüS ° fj, image, figure. • M *^AAAA ^v «V Smennu q 0 ^^., T. 24, a god. smenu 2S o % 1^, Rec- x5> x79> to AAAAAA Jl ;-a rage, to shake. s-menmen -*-^^ ^^ °, IV> IrIX> AA/WVA /VWW\ .A to unsettle. 111111 II i 1111 q i to make to move ; caus. of ' ' .a. AAAAAA A/WWV i -u —H— ® —H~~ ® Jl ri1"1""1^ ^ s-menkhoA.Dû L I \ A, /VAAAAA 0 A/WNAA 0 U I AAAA/SA \\ to set in good order, to adorn, to beautify, to endow richly ; cans, of s-menkh-t eüs , adornment. Smenkhit « ~ if), Rec 3' 54> * go<i- 0 ® Ç> ILL de^s. Smen-ti (?) (""*"! ° , a lioness-goddess. AAAAAA V*l^ smen ^r enm, emery ; var, s-meh-t —«- to forget ; caus. of s-meh o<L AAAAAA AAAAAA _ AAAAAA nnm 000 ' f~ü} Rec. 26, 79, to make ra AAAAAA AAAAAA , AAAAAA w smehit to flood, to submerge, to fill full. °°N AAAAAft, flooding. AAAAAA * ° Smeh f^ è^, a kind of boat or ship. smeh c==. fà, to pray, to beseech. smeh -h— Y I ^, ^__ j[ ps5n, Rec. !5> T52> garlands. smehi —«- w ~_Zl' s* fl, the left hand, the left side ; Gr. 'Aafiax ; see Herodotus II, 30. S-meS —■w— h I, to deliver a woman ; caus. of fjj MW); Copt. OJULGCiO. smesmes ^— AAAAAA negesges ^aaaaa j t,o overflow. smesu Tl^rà, <=)$> Metternich Stele 222, / \\ J), eldest, firstborn. smesit Z=i Mission 13, 51, firstborn (fern.). smesu high-priest of Metelis. •im> title of the Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 603 ] smesun •^* t=t, pot, vessel. smeseru(?) Rev. 11, 90 Smet. —«— ^^ T r^j > see Mestà, one of the four sons of Horus. Smet —» H JS Berg. I, 17, a croco- |£ü' dile-god. f^rö smet, smetsmet ^, r=a ^ B.D. 125, Neg. Con. 15 3 smet.... w, Famine Stele 17 (e=S)' Smetm-âqa^^l-^^^l, B.D. 58, 5, the rudder in the magical boat. smeti ^=^17 Rec- 5, 95< t0 P'iint the a W-^-' eyes. Smetti ?=â XX jl , B.D. 144, the Watcher of the ist Ärit. s-metr semthek rc=xö fl. Rec. 17, 44; caus. , part of the name of Psammetichus ; with fern. art. \ A.Z. 1881, 68. Smet smet -^- 1\ =T;, eye paint (?) one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. smet underlings ; see I ggJJ aa/wv\ III A/VWNA Ü r\ A/VWNA them, their : see I till Sen-nu , second, fellow. oil' l, servants, subordinates, I o £LL ill 1 ,„, Rec. 4, 30, they, sen .^h- to bow, to pay homage, to entreat. Semi AAAA£-^s\, suppliant. senn-ti *w* }i, worshipper, adorer. \\ A L r ' sennit -—ll fl(U, B.D. i68a, I T AAA/VNA 1 1 22, acclamations. sen, senà/wwvs,'vvwa i, [W Q to smell, to kiss, to do homage, adoration. genu «y™ 3, IV, 1220, homage. senn-t a-vwa c , kiss, embrace. 3 sen ta «y?* , iv, T028, _ 3 H JV OIO 'WYWA \A/WV\ ' y ' £ M s ' \\ £ "=-^ A/VWNA _J7^i C /l /WYWA ^|E» IV»9o8, ^§^?fl /WYWA /wwva^ , to smell the earth, I ss a \\ W.A to kiss the earth, to do homage by bowing with the face to the ground. —H— 3 ' ■•■ ' senn ta wmm t Mar. Aby. II, $6, /WYWA I I 35 to kiss the ground, i.e., pay homage. sennti ta ^~vw & j^, } Âmen. 14, 16, payer of homage. Senà ta (] 3 , adorer, worshipper. sen t *w* ' 3 sensen sensen A/WWi AAA/VNA Rec. 16, 56, to smell (i.e., kiss) the hand. to praise, to acclaim ; Copt. ceXcooX. */WWi AAA/VNA H H A 3, 2=3, AAA/VNA AAA/VNA I £> /WYWA A/VWNA 41' » —»- AAA/VNA AAA/VNA w a, AAA/VNA A/SAAAA [I £, AAAAAA £, to breathe, to snuff the air. Sensen-ti £ , a breathing. w sen V t-4, IV *~WA >«?>^, to cut, to cut off, to split. 1 1 1 v—S ^ Sen-t 'VVWA ^\\ , a slit, a cutting, wound. Sena (j \v , slayer ; fern. (1 ^> -^k. senn o 0 > T- 3S3' o o those who cut. Digitized by Microsoft ® to slit, to cut open, to overthrow; *~wna (1(1 vV */WWi I I /»
— S [ 604 ] sen i—> F) ° , ploughshare; Copt. cine. sen-t AAAAAA ' » ^, u. 431 ;var- AAÄ^VA AAAAAA II I sensen-t var. e==» AAnAM /VWS/VA III ^, U. 43'- , T. 247 TT <y t e aaaaaa aaaaaa ,,u,235'xa' u-fl, Sensen-t ^^,\£äÄ: sen (not sensh) ""^ -ramm-, to open ; see www sen, seni IU TOOrt ' ' AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA 1V' I22°' A ' O' 7i ' W -* ' AAAAAA ^ AAAAAA ^? " AAAAAA | / ^ /y \\^' ^'^W ^A' \\ HH1^' Koller Pap. 5, 1, *y*^ .A, Metternich Stele 240, S \ .A, to open, to expand, to throw open a door, to pass over or away from, to pass —»— ft (3 on in front ; late forms are : (I , VNAAAA AAAAAA WWW AAAAAA .a , Rev. 11,174; Copt. erne. senn, senni ywwvv .a, "^^ \ -A , ^^^ AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA } AAAAAA \\ } AAAAAA \\ [J (I <| 7^ } A.Z. Vi AAAAAA Vi AAAAAA 11 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«w\\ \ j\ , way, AAAAAA road; Copt. cru.em, CltHIItl. • —H— \\ Q —M— t 1 —M— tZID senni aaaaaa ^ ^ Mr> 'w^aa , *&aaaa AAAAAA .A PM AAAAAA .A \\ *- , -*| MÄ} aaaaaa \aä j officer, leader, chief, fighter "1 AAAAAA .A P21 * in the van of an army ; plur. ™w* \\ ^y-* M£ I, AAAAAA "'* PM I Anastasi I, 23, 6, Mar. Kam. 53, 38, (1 V\ AAAAAA 1 /T "P .A .A .A, N. 29 ^ __ J n AAAAAA i iww VCù 1 Rev. 11, 144, 173, - - AAAAAA A A A, P. 41, M. 62, PI o ^^' Seni ^^ AAAAAA ^b^i, AAAAAA ^■' w ^' w sufferer, a wretched, needy, or miserable man. seni meni ~^t=D 13 '^ä, Tutänkh. \\ J\ üXiii' g AAAAAA ~ AAAAAA =3 \\ J\ AAAAAA^*' \\ A \\ X P. iii6b, 38, 54, in a state of flux and ruin, topsy-turvy. sen-t ^"ICA^f P- 3&5' N. 1078, lie, false statement. sennâ aaaaaa "^»é. , aaaaa* M ^^é. , aaaaaa M >è\ AAAAAA AAAAAA 1 AAAAAA 1 /I , sufferer, sorrower; plur. aaaaaa AAAAAA 1 | | I M **" ^ sen-t a>wvaa ^ , decay, a passing away. £S <>-3 III sen "£p O, Rev. 14, 34, clay. g©]! ^AAAAA AAAAAA«^—-j TheS. I2Q7, ^^^ t=D \\ y" \\ J\ ' to copy, to make a likeness or transcript of anything. se nit ^û, p. 424, M. 607, N. 1212, "^X-^D} Thes. 1286, aaaaaa (jj]Q> Rev I4j 68j model, copy, likeness, archetype (of a book) ; :r>, IV, 1150, in likeness of. senn aaaaaa "} Rev. 6, 29, aaaaaa 1 t AAAAAA I AAAAAA I ^ I "*=^-$ /WAAAA w , ReC. I9, 93, AAAAAA j Thes. 1122, copy, duplicate, transcript, 1 ' list, notes of a case, report. Sen-t-Râ 7\ , B.D. 115,7, IV, 1032, to make a copy or likeness. the "similitude of Rä." senn ■^-11^ sennu~w=li— w likeness, image, copy, figure, statue. Senen. -w^ 11 *, Denderah II, n, AAAAAA T y TT * , one of the 36 Dekans. sen-t, senàt AAAAAA AAAAAA 0 7^'^ AAAAAA 9,9,99, AAAAAA draughts; at draughts AAAAAA AAAAAA ' aaaaaa ,m"V o nmnin' , draughtboard and —H— t=D rr>/WAAA , to play Sen-t ""^, case, box. Digitized by Microsoft®
[ 605 ] S senni(?) aWaaa" IÏÏTÏÏ1 , \\ .A a counter in a game. sen-t (?) *~WA , Peasant 2-\, a kind of v ' o mm] m stone; compare I I -Lo, ruby (?) sen-t "*^ ; see senn tfAttAgSo}: see wvwl^), foundation. 4, 22, a precious stone, ruby(?) senà(?) h © I^2 ~> winds> breaths. AAAAAA 1 T — senà, sennâ "~"~ h \> % .a, *»~* (1 AAAAAA 1 _ZF AAAAAA 1 ^ .A, ^ \\ A J\ ^ .A, to Pass; see sen AAAAAA seuàuà (1 «w« (]<j> f .A, Amen. 7, i, AAAAAA 1 I pass quickly. Senàn (?) ™£ä ^ % > Berg< I> r3? a god} a defender of the dead. senàh ~^~ ft ra ^\ 4L1, B.D. 145, AAAAAA 1 _CÜ\^ TT"1 IX, 34, injury, damage. Senas ft iQa, A.Z. 1906, 103; see AAAAAA 1 ^ I AAAAAA I 2L1 Senâ ^^^ , to turn back, to repulse. \7A- K _ — — AAAAAA s-naa 0 , with Tr öflJ to reduce S—fl' to the consistence of paste (of drugs used in medicine), to knead ; caus. of , B.D. 125, III, 20. seni-t AAAAAA cabin, box ; Copt. CettH. a^aaaa^ case chamber, senu "w^ 0 s AAAAAA a Q /W\AAA Ö ' Ö AAAAAA Ö AAAAAA £ AAAAAA Ö ~M— <ö III —H—. 0 . —M— AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA , , >P\ I , AAAAAA I (S ößOI ÖEIII Ö J! (^3) I ' AAAAAA 1 AAAAAA Wain' , Rev. 12, 90, bread, bread cakes : •**! 111 'yy' ' ' Ö i_ _j a (■• j) "*"" <cz> Kv ___> IV, 768, Annales III, no. Senu ^* %\ % ! Tuat VII, a company Ö JUT SÜ 1 ' of gods who fed Rà. senu "^", öQ, N.62, "^"Q, T. 268, pot, vase, vessel, jar. senu "K> T> 3» 4, wine of Pelusium ; 0 0' Gr. Snii/. senu c77—«*, Methen, assessor of taxes. Senu aa^aa W, physician (?) ; Copt. C^em. genii AAAAAA j^^_i to see, to weep(?) senu(?) ^^ö%H, B,D- 64' I4> djs; v ' irv—^ Jl tnct (?) 0 7\ see 7\ Ö sennu ~^ \>r~rn, *aaaaâ - — prjvj_ lege, right. aJwv "^j\ @ fe^ Jl ! Nàstasen Stele senu 0 §- senui •*»** % NX 0 Jr j\ AAAAAA AAAAAA Ö fl; 0 i'65 , Nàstasen Stele 68, \\ ' See AAAAAA AAAAAA 7^ s-nukh ,rvr^^^fî. L-D- m, 140c, to burn up, to scorch, to shrivel. öo senut (senupet?) *"*~> ^, *"w* JT k J 111 A senb AAAAAA fortification. SAAAA 77 1 1 1 JJÜUÜt n,p.453, 2D , a plant. JO- wall, senb-t Jo, u. 438, J« AAAAAA «ail AAAAAA «ail T. 250, J , wall, fortification; plur. AAAAAA «ail I """" j - n °>p- 306, "^ j j 5 5, p. 352, AAAAAA «ail J-X O AAAAAA «ail AAA N. i<*7,~*~ JU/I/I/I, N. 741, "*" I AAAAAA «ail «_J *_J «_| AAAAAA «CJ N. 164, Jl^K Ö |, Rec. 27, 59, | AAAAAA -g*!- /' l_t I AAAAAA «ail (j(]^,Rec. 30, 194. senb " II T^T a co°l> wholesome wind AAAAAA «=JJ T ' or breeze. senb-t ~^~ Ï] ojß, P. 392, N. 1166, A.Z. AAAAAA «-il 1 1880, 49, beaker, jar, libation vessel; plur. Digitized by Microsoft (b)
s [606] senb -*- y J 8, Rec. 5, 96, ö ^ ö> Rec. 5, 92, 95, to bind, to tie, to tear into strips, strip of cloth or linen, bandage. s-nebi -^_/g£$,Hymn Dariu5 23, to VSU~~J-' make to swim. senb "~*~ jj'fe*, ~~~ \*h£> Rec- AAAAAA -Cj J S AAAAAA -£l) _/-A 16,57,31,18, A a, Peasant 115, to be AAAAAA «ä£l overthrown (?) to be evilly entreated (?) senbà-t ^ (1 , jar, vase, vessel, pot. genp iW*AA ^^, to cut, to slay. senpu **** ^>! j slaughterers, slaugh- senf iw^AA jt^+ AAAAAA terings. Î111 *^ T111 blood ; Copt. CHOq. senfu "*"* v\ <r^ »a»«, a flux of blood. ^<—» /' l AAAAAA senf iw^AA jj^" ÄS!) bloody-eyed. Senfiu ^ (j (j ^\ *** J), gods of blood, or gods of blood colour. senf w^a S\ > w^a ^v ! j knjfe (p) Senf AAAAAA 11 } garment, raiment, dress. Ç Ç %_^ n AAAAAA senf j j , I O, last year; var. "**** ; Copt, crconrq. S-nef "*~* 1^2 ML Peasant 279, to unload a boat, to give relief to. s-nefi AAAAAA y(^ y^-7 to produce air, to s-nefekhfekh AAAAAA T A, A to loosen, to untie, to undo mummy bandages; AAAAAA JS_-^ f caus. of J*->=— j ^ ^ 1 s-nem (s-unem) iv, 352, AAAAAA Ji fm> ~JS~" Love Songs 8, 5, ty, AAAAAA Ü 1, A.Z. 1880, Q , to feed, to supply with food, to enjoy food, to eat ravenously ; caus. of unem. s-nemm (s-unem) AAAA. Rec. 36, 81, to feed, to satisfy with food, to devour; caus. of unem. Sn6m llkfl' Peasants, , greediness, voracity. abundance, plenty. snem snem AAAAAA I I I CZD , IV, IT 84, , food. snem-t g^, IV, 1054, 1055, IV 7Z1 " (1 t\° 4c^ AAAAAA Ji WVY. _/_L IV, 1158, food supply, provisions, offerings in abundance. snem, snemm AAAAAA fc I 1 1 •il fTvV /VSAAAA J , A.Z. 1873, 151, spawn of fish (^^^ !), snem^^,_J|^^, AAAAAA JI _B^ ^P1 1 1 l' AAAAAA JI Jl^ ?P 1 1 l' to grieve, to mourn, grief, sorrow. snem âb (hat) ^^ ^, ®, grief of heart, sorrow. a.Z. 1906,113, ^z^o,^ <=£=%, AAAAAA U- - U- I to tear out the hair in grief; ( K\ ^\ AAAAAA JI _HF^ JS^ XX^' Mission 13, 229. s-ne^Hk#'IV-9iO VJ U I AAAAAA AAAAAA M Q£, to pray, to supplicate, to beg; see ( C_i AAAAAA JI !ö; caus. of Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 607 ] S Ä Tombes 8, GVV^ >>>>>> A/VWNA Ji WW // A/VWNA I A/VWNA j A/VWNA I flood, storm, tempest, thunder rain. Snem, Snemmti ^^^-j, k\\T IkwN' title of Set. S-nemà —h— ( / () , to step, to walk ; caus. of Snemf ^^ o see \\ >-=^- Rec. 5, 92, the god of the pre- O ' ceding year. s-nemeh ~*~ \ |\ 8 V} Ä, ~*~ ( t\ 8 gj)) wvAAA 8 N|, to humble oneself, to abase oneself, to beg, to pray, to supplicate; CaUS. Of AAAAAA s-nemmeh , Rec. 35-i25'_j^j^)te2Lt';ohumb,e oneself, to beg, to pray; caus. of ****/*( K\ Q ^8. snemehu """" (I f\ 8 (ft ^jj, ~^T ( ^3kfeMÉi'A-z-I90S'28'pra)'er' petition, entreaty, supplication, begging. Snemkhef TfiRjw» TuatXII, a serpent-god in the Tuat. s-nems —*— ( t\ 1 ^, to feed, to nourish, to fill, to provide with. s-neh *~w* ra ra i, Rev. 3, 38, to enslave, to reduce to subjection, to regulate ; see s-nehi. s-nehi ~w^\\^a iv, 130,1006, *~wa .a, ra m ' â ' ' raw ' Rec. 4. 131, ,vvWA *' â ra ÖITI ra © H] ^T S$> t0 muster soldiers, to place soldiers in their positions for fighting, to marshal forces, to register, to make an inventory; ^ XX ^, 1V> Ioo6> t0 ^is.ter m J\ I V a district. Sneh Rä /at* , the name of a festival. 01X121 I |j -^15-, A.Z. 1900, 20, to make watchful or vigilant, to keep awake ; s-nehas ,vvwa ra caus. of ra M £§&- or ra ra Snehaqarha (?) »»»« *~wa©, B.D. 162, 2, a mythological locality; D YQ t- AA/VWA ra a AAA/VNA AAA/VNA •n AAA/VNA TJv AAA/VNA snehu rD AAA/VNA part of a building (?) =fl, B.D. (Safte) 75, 3, —»— —»— —m— n s -nehep *™w* a, ^~vwa t/j *a/wa j raa raa ^^ raD U' a öra^ the stars -^ , to marshal troops, to set in motion (of Ï- caus. of .A. raa s-nehemhem m HI *& Sphinx 14, 206, to make a noise; caus. of m lu sneh U-fl, x AAA/VNA (9 \\ —H- (® Ö Ç—fl* i/WNA A // J J AAA/VNA A U -/o'') AAA/VNA -e- p «> to tie, to bind, to fetter; Copt. cum,?,. snehneh x AAA/VNA 0 >j, to tie, to bind, to fetter ; Copt. CUOrt^. Sneh-t 8 °, band, fillet, tie. Snehu ~^~ 8 %w binding, bandage, tie, a _a 0 ' fetter. Snehu """" 8 %^, wings (?) feathers (?) S-n*aZf ^^. to destroy, to make a ruin of; caus. of aaaaaa rV Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 608 ] S s-nehem T£p AAA/W deliver; caus. of \-*y snehem ¥<WWVA E Jlj to rescue, to S /I; Copt. no&eJUL jfe£,M.328,N. 159, n £=}£sk,Rec. 15, 161, grasshopper, locust; plur. T£? 1^ ! ; Copt. G&.rcrce&, Heb. D^7Ç. Snekha-t ^ 0 /* droppings from the f nose. s-nekht "***, iv, 657,—h- /VA/WSA TV, 1154, to strengthen; caus. of ^^ L-Jl Dill' s-nekhtu -•tkU, Eber**>% ^^^_ZT 111 1, rigor (?) Sens w^a £, to smell ; see ™™. sens ^~~ [l ^, iv, 1063, "^~ n \jj A, I ^T, A.Z. I906, IO8, /VA/WSA j] j */VWA QÄj J? ^R^ /VA/WSA I I \\ £yû /VAAA to praise, to acclaim, to adore. /VA/WSA sens n j. 1, A.Z. 35, 16, praises, hymns. j /VAAAAA Sens-àab-t ^aaaaa to il ci, Tuat XII, a singing-god of Sinaitic origin (?) sensn (y 1 /vaaaaa /www c aanwv y> x *"*** 7 » ■<WWAA' ^'^- J49» XIV, 7, /vwwv/vS X /VA/VNAA vtN rzszi aoJfLJ S^' ^^ 1, to open, to unbolt a door ; see sesh rzszi. A senshu wvwv%c=ï], B.D. 75, *, *"^[P i_zr 111 'J,0,Daiii' Rec. 16, 130, chambers. Sensh.it »*»* 1, Tuat I, the serpent-goddesses who open the.gates to Àfu-Râ. s-neshemshem *~^* ^\ c^a'^x V , Sphinx 14, 209, to sharpen, to file; caus. of V s-neshen r-^-, f-—' to pierce, to *w/na £ -/!' open ; caus. II MWW\ VAMA w S-neshni ^^ _ w „5-jli$f S—0 ™™ £E3^—0 storm> bad weather, \\111 the storm-fiend. senshen "~*-nnW RD# 3gAj g, /.,., 01=1 W, lily, lotus; Heb. JttftttJ, Jttfttf, 1 xx ' AAA/VNA .0 7 * Syr. Ml*ai, Aram. NttMtl?, Arab. ^£, Gr. <70ü<7Of. Senshen aa W **w* Î |, b.d. 38A, 8, lily of feldspar (associated with Jfl 3 s-neq "*"* ^7, iv, 020, ^^ ,_, ), *~ww a y a V \ a ^^j^, "T^Y^ÖAi "^^r-i.to suckle: AAftAAA AAA/VNA \SN V/ ^/TA AAAAAA ^ Jr sir 4 /VAftAAA n Ç7' n/VAAAAA n || Jo^, IV,920; caus.(?) compare Heb. p3\ Copt. CUJHK. Sena ^w* n AAA/VNA title of the high-priestess of Apis, and of the high-priestess of Libya Mareotis. Senk ***"" «s=s*, Gol. 14, 131, greediness ■"v ■'O senki 'vvwa w senk-hat /vwwv Amen. 7, 14, 18, 8, greedy man(?) O B.D. 174, 19, I ' strong-willed. senk /wv/w *~j?~^ 1900, 27, 1906, no H senk *** (j^^O F=f=^1 A.Z. night, even- in» darkness. sight. senk, senk-ti »*»" o, ^ %\ Q, ^^, rays of light. ^|-Btu-t"|*. Senk ^^0 = ^ B.D 168, a jight- ,vz^* v O god, a title of Ra. Senki ^^ (](] O, Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Râ (No. 9). Senkit ^^ ° ^uat VIÏI» a goddess in O' the Circle-Çapseshmus. Digitized by Microsoft (5)
s [609] Senk-her ww" O^, Tomb of Seti I, **"*» O * -?|, a light-god, one of the 75 forms of Ra (No. 62) ; read Sti-her *Y" ^ senk, senk-ti ^™ Q, *""» ° Ol = sti *T* \\ , to light a fire. senk-ti ""*» ° ^"*" = sti *T^ ^"*", to pour out. senkti'vvwa , Rec. 16,57 *~vw »>ww mi ?=$ _ "Tp ^ "^p MM ^^j to emit seed, to beget. Senk.tm ,vvwA w 1 1 1 Stiu «-ÇH« <=> k^3 Asiatic and Nubian desert 111' dwellers. Senktett sent sent U )fl Hh. 339 ; see Sektett. Rec. 13t 5^» custom, use, wont ; Copt. CUmT. 1 £CJ\, Jour. As. 1908, 289, creatures, created things ; Copt. CC0ItT\ senti »»*« If 3 o \\ Rec. IV, 1085, *~WA o \\ 3, 46, statue, figure, likeness;. .—., Ln_l l l Sphinx Stele 2, 7. Senti *~WA S££)» to found, to establish; \\ see Sent *~WA S^E)» something founded or established, ground, the solid earth. senti ""^go)2, ^^0, ^^)û, /www a \\ foundation; Copt. CltXe. senti /w™/% (- 'w^Ivna O tne bottom of o o=±£=j'o Wi w ■ ' anything. sennti *«w A/VWNA tion ; Copt. citXe. senti ta ~vwa o \\ AAA/VNA J AAA/VNA \\ founda- AAA/VNA I I 31' to lay a foundation, the earth's foundation ; /WW\A /WW\A w , Rec. 21, 90. . sent, senti S o \\ rt A/WW> (eT( ^£ and I "*-«* T^, fear; Copt. Clt^T. sentu (stilt) *"*" fl 1, ™w* ^\ Q fire, flames. senti (sti) beget. sentit 'vvwa '«VWA(«=a:)= *Tp (*=£), t0 , Rec. 6,147, matter of the body, bodily members; var. II >/c^> (1(1 u ]* -do-, to Senti 'VVWA JL i = Stiu, desert dwellers. sent ~^~ ) ft -*§3-, cry, to grieve. S-neter —»— 71 , to cense, to purify, to smoke ; see s-nether and nether. Senter | o, the substance used in censing or smoking, incense. Senthes ™™ ofLl 1, Tuat X, a light-goddess. ß sentegsi »»»* (A senth *~wa 3 senth-t*~wa Rec. 13, 53 = Gr. avvru^t<\ senth-t *~wa, to found, to establish. ^ establishment, provision, -w—,' endowment. fl = ^^ fear. o 1 Senthit ^ (J(J ~ j, ^ (](j ^, Reo. 6, 148 : (1) the bodily members ; (2) the name of a goddess ; var. 1 \f c^a 01| ° • n k£» a/wwv ^7), Rec. 30, 187, to sent *~WA fear; see Sent-t ~VWA <<£> V& I » 'VVWA <0> — » fear : c=>52^ £il 1 <=^^ ^^ III Copt. cn«&.T". _ sentU —h— ^3> @, timid man. Sent ^^ ffl , foundation ; Copt. CÏVTe. —H-— P Sent aa/wvn 3 , Tuat VI, a warder-god. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 Q
s s-netchem —h- or pleasant; caus. of o |\J . [610] to make happy S s-netchem , to rest, to sit, , to pro- to be at ease, to seat someone. s-netchem sti —— duce a sweet smell. s - netchemnetchem —-— || Aft • , ö AQ 0, to be at rest, at ease. snetchemnetchemu —-— || Aft i, men who can be kept quiet, or' bribed to be silent. s-netcher grip ; caus. of H— ser /VA/WSA AvWvAA <; L»=/] , to restrain, to , prince, noble; I? "^ VfÄ i, IV, 1158, nobles of the courtiers, c* 2ix I ser er neheh everlasting prince,'a title of Osiris. Seräa <= , TombSeti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 27). , M. 726, N. 1329, W, ser Rec. ii, 180, A TflflM , ram ; fern. compare N. 719. 2=3, /•—1 II H- Ser-t, Serà-t <=>,<_>(j ~,<=>^x, H*^ .|'H *•*„„„, Tombs Set, I, *** Ram. II, Ram. IV, Denderah II, 10, Zodiac Dend., one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. Hpu. ser, sera ^ 3L 3L [H] (Til ' M* 726' ^inn-N'^ Ser <~>, Rec. 30, 192, to arrange, to order. J\ Ser lp\ Q-Û, Shipwreck 31, to predict; ' oil» lr^» t0 Proc^a'm> t0 announce, to publish, to pronounce, to order, to direct troops; Copt. CUJp. Ser J£ä ^ Nâstasen Stele 52, advice, I 21' order. II H- Serser ga, Nàstasen Stele 10, Herusàtef Stele 72, 109, to comfort, to console; Copt. CoXcX. Ser metut jf^. Jl C=^3, to arrange words in order, to compose a work. Ser-kheru * j^ ^ J ^ ^, b.d. 5, HI, ^ (j jj^ J ^^, one of the 42 12 assessors of Osiris seriu ~~H~ ser, serr AlVi-tf *-^, raffes. JL^j>, to write, to engrave, to trace, to draw. serr <z> ^^ a.Z. 1873, 60 ser ö"^' ö^*' ö^ H J 0 H A a kind of goose ; fern. N^» (J @. Rev. 14, 34 (glossed by XHNArPlOY) ; plur. ser ^, wool ; Copt. copx. ser ser ser O, ,w , drum, tambourine. Ö, skin, a kind of disease. Ser-t ~* 5, a part of the boat of the deceased *— < m, arrow. -, B.D.'58, Ser-t <z> ^p, IV, 998, fan; see ser ~*~ •. U. 28A, """ %> o, N. 255A, -XS<N o <= s> _21 o cheese (?) butter (?); 3^°o°> butter of the South ; ~~^~ #> °o°, butter of the North. Digitized by Microsoft®
s [611] S baHey;seepé^<-!l^>COmpar^; Serser *^f|» ^^fj®> ""*"" © """" f| » fj f| © »a fierv re8ion in the Tuât ; aa/ww © ; the lake of boiling water in the same place. sera Q~^*> ~*~ \\ %"^s, a kind of goose; plur. <_^ (J Ng* ^- sera fl^fe?» rami varr- 3£$> ^|^, Rec. 3, 56, ^ !)^^> Seràt-beqt ^f)Q^ Jfw^> B-D- 177, 6, a cow-goddess. Seri " () (1, Tuat XII, a god in the Tuat. ^, IV, 998, seri-t H— 998, fan. serit f*>2 seru Q£, sickness, nausea. , scorpion; Copt. cXh. Seru <S1 $ BerS' T> x7> a bird-god © I5Ü' (goose-god?) S-rukh(?) """~~ % ® , Mission 13, 223 = s-rut .(?) — ^\, Rev. 15, 162; see s-rut ^tf\, ^ see TUt-tà <_> ^ ^ I ] (j, planted ; see n ■$=» H serpet <=> \\ (^_, nettle (?) mustard ; compare Heb. *7Q1D> Isaiah lv, 13. Serpet " D C?, mustard. seref , Sphinx Stele 6, <cr>Aft, rz> TA"y rest» repose, leisure, refreshment ; <^^_ Y ' Copt, cpqe, cpoqr. Seref <=> J ][ , to be hot, warm, warmth, heat, flame, fire, the vigour produced by heat; ^^ (1 mmm^ ! Wild Cattle scarab; V 7T?9 I compare Heb. Fpft?. seref < flood, inundation /WVNAA /V/VW\A , AAAA/VN îpare H— )—t, <=^>, water Ç ö' Q0-0f ^-. Edfû I, 80, a title of oerei <z>«aaaaaa » » *u=^_ aaaa^ the Nile-god. s-rem caus. of <rr> s-rerem serem Serem. S\ ^5^., to make to weep; ^^•Copt. piJULe. , to make to weep. , water flood, torrent. ^AAAAA ^AAAAA /WVNAA H B.D. 39, 9, a foe of r Äapep. Serem -taui Âmsu 32, 27, a form of Äapep serem -1 ,?■■ ,, Nesi- G, Ö, öl !> ill , yeast, barm, sediment, dregs, lees; see Ö copejüL (?) Ö ; Copt. 111 Q fermented s, 111' liquor. seremre[m?] S-renp "~"~ { jj§), —•— { 2*), to rejuven ate; caus. ofAA/ww j %. serhu .aas Digitized by Mictosott & 8 ^\ r /j t0 fetter, to over- Xj?WJ' throw. 2 Q 2
s [612] S s-rekh , to make to know; <^>4- ' Ol n$ ~=^, Nâstasen Stele 14; caus. of serekhi <= C accused, the defendant Serekhi <= , Peasant 255, the >, B.D. 125, II, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. serekh <=> [pj, Mission 13,131, throne; S - rekhsha " T T*T»T )% > Nâstasen Stele 61, fighter (?) ; caus. (?) —^ to wake up, to keep awake, to be vigi- '^' laut. Seres-her "~*~ [1 ^^-^^ BD- 147, 4, the warder of the 3rd Ärit. Seres - tepu —*— *j] -^ ® ! J), the warder of the 4th Ärit. Seresh-en-mau «SesaL/ v v V, Denderah IV, 67, a funerary coffer at Denderah. serq ►3flP, t0 open [the windpipe], to breathe; see I j, »— V* H— Serqit , Tuat VII, <=>, goddess who strangled Neha-her. Serqrit] Sgtöp, Tu*x>th? f0^'0"- ^■l J A ow ' goddess of the Tuat. Serqit sgp, u. 599, N. 964, f^3$P, 3SP ° B\' ®8P & Ber8- !. J9, Cairo Pap. Ill, 4, the scorpion-goddess; I gr$p Serq <==>|> Tuat X, a serpent-god. sera <3>a^I Nâstasen Stele 43, an edible I in' plant (?) Serqi , Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rà (No. 36). serqu A -K U' A -X Ul visions, sustenance, nourishment 1, food, pro- II /VA/VAAA serqu serk - serk wind ; see >(c>*a/wva stream, flood. A T=r gi^p, scorpion. $$p, to breathe, to snuff the PTÏ- SertiU <g (j(j ^ ^, B.D. 125, H, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. 8eh.t(P)^?,.R*-3..«.aporti«iOf II H- S-hai ra7^, ra ^(JIJAo to turn aside, to turn down, to make to descend ; caus. of ra ^ tin A- seha ra &*-"» ra crush, to beat (of the winds), opposition seha to sehi sehi ra ra ra "^^Ê-, destruction, overthrow, o , a kind of seed or grain. Ç/&. Rec 36, 173, to flee, Jfô ' to escape, to hasten. s-hebi rj ra j\ disgrace ; see I [~0 J seheb-t ra'J^' , to put to shame, to sliame, disgrace, ignominy. shame, disgrace, ignominy. sehem ^ , to heat, to melt. Ol seher, seherr ra , Rec. 4, 21, ra ■, a precious stone, carnelian (?) ol' ra o m- S-heri hat mpO, to give content to the heart, to pacify ; caus. of HI tQ>." seherri ^ », Peasant 249, one who quiets ; IT] sehrà ra '" hé who keeps <=^=? Egypt quiet. £ Rev. 13, 43>bark> ^^' boat. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [613] S s-herp plunge into water; caus. of s-hett =t, Rec. 27, 86, to /WVAAA J COpt. D /WYWA r]-j L—ü, Rec. 17, 44, sub- jugation; see J^L, ^fl • seh rî| g£, to discuss, to talk over a thing, to take counsel; |jTl Qr X V I } Dream Stele 27, took counsel with his heart-; ™, Thes. 1295. sehu wise man, sage, skilled, trained seh —H- crm , Rec. 29, 152, 31, 3o, || 1 || CTD, || || |n> hall, chamber, council hall or chamber seh menu A/VWNA Ö AAA/VNA m crm ■"yf j, 605, hall of the shrine. seh-t en unem 7 /* . U U U I— —■ dining room. i//^|>i'v< t^ikvi seh en utchâ maâ |-L, I), court of justice. seh en menkhut clothes chamber, wardrobe seh neter T seh neter ^Q, ^ f]^ ^ the holy chamber in which Anubis mummified Osiris ; Sehu fll" /ft , a title of Osiris the name of a tool or instrument. n~3 seh , U. 193, N. 605, c-u, T. 72, M. 226, CT3 , to draw in a net, to pull the cord of a net, to strain, to stretch, to unyoke. Seh —h- 8 h® Bubastis 51, a kind of X IT ' vessel. seh —h— Q ft , to rub, to pound, to crush. sehseh pound; see sehseh x m ~ , to rub away, to X U. 493, N. ' 945, a bird. Seha <ffc> Ç to array, to deck out, to • ' " IM 0 ' dress. sehä (?) —h— 0 n k=±>, to mummify. S-hää —h— 9 R ' t0 ma^e t0 rejoice ; caus. of R jf . sehu —h— fi "" kgg j\, Israel Stele 19, i«M-J^ >, B.D. X13, 2, to collect, to gather together ; Copt. C(JUOY£>. S-hur —h—fi ^ ;2e=t SJ £ft, to revile, to curse ; caus. ; Copt. C&OYGp, C£,OYp s-hebi^fj^,^, to celebrate a festival, to rejoice, to make glad ; caus. JS Sehpu sehem D P. 685, a god(?) &&}'• Ü li' todestr0>'> to break up, to pound, to chop ; varr. s-hemi WWI away ; caus. of ^ /V, to turn back, to drive Copt. c&ume = s-t hem-t woman sehen So sehenti Rev. 12, 34, command ; Copt. C<L&Ite. AAAAAA w 1, those who give orders, officers, commanders. s-heri J$^ ?x^?, Rec. 16, 109, to drive away ; caus. of " î^î. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 Q 3
s [614] Seher-t-baïu-s *s* i i , Tuât VIII, a Circle in the Tuat. Seherit-tu p=_i \^ ^ *, D.E. 20, Thés. 28, ^ £j5 ^, Berg. 11,8, fX^V Denderah "I. 24, IV> 84> -£- f| tk x ^ the goddess of the 3rd <=>1 _a L—0%*' hour of the night. S-hes —h— Q y ~^~, to turn back (?), to advance against ; caus. of ^iyj, to make to rule ; s-heqa ? "Ik J caus. of I A v&\ i s-heqr - to keep hungry, to let hunger, to starve ; caus. of ? ^ ^;Copt. &OKep. s-hetep 0' D , to make to be at peace, to pacify, to appease, to propitiate, to unite with ; caus. of ; . <=> D L Sehetepit [nether] *^ £, a |£ sehetepi ^ (JM &,_$, censer; for the four-fold censer see Bubastis, 51. propitiatory offer- sehetput ° <q>, * «=5=0 111 ings. s-hetep hem (?)-t-s 0 fl, the title of the prophet of Hathor of Denderah. sketch _n~\^[%. illumine, to light up ; caus. of to C>, U. 437, N. 760, ^^, Rec. sekh 30,69, <^j, M. 340, to hold, to grasp; ö tä (jq, T. 308 ; Copt. cuxg, cy^ïï- ^ -/l, to strike, sekh to beat, to strike (the lyre), to play a harp; r n beating, bastinado ; Copt. Ox 8ekh-t 9*^j? cTT' Rec 35' 126, blow, stripe, beating, punishment. sekh "~*~~ ^^ t0 reap ; Copt- cuc&> ® ^—A' (JOC^). sekh-t >v ^.«ddj^Öjp TTII I' D , Rev. 6, 7, garden lands ; Copt. CUXye, Sekhti god in the Tuat. Sekh-t-her , Tuat I, a field's» ■=! $ Berg. I, 18, a I 15Ü ' bird-god. sekh incident. Di=2±a , event, sekh , to run; sekhs II H- >A A sekhsekh sekh )j\ >, A.Z. 1900, 128, Peasant 188, —H— —H— \\ H *•*-"=» J to be deaf;varr. ^_, ^^, I ^ ^ Copt. C00&. Skhi |l q^) VJp, deaf man. Skhu ~~*~~ ^\ ^, deaf. Sekhekh ^' A'Z- 7°'171' OO $> — &—% ^|tOWei^t0 balance, a measure of length ; —H—/T\ e/M ^> Thes. 102, balance of the earth ; ~^~ w^ /r\, Rev. 3, 12; Copt. cyHcy. to remember, to think out, to commemorate. skhau —«—X Ks^ 9r> memo"al» memorandum, remembrance. skha -h_ I ^ jjjjjjj] n , hall Skhait-Heru —-_ ? ^f Ç\ ' a cow-goddess, a form of Isis or Hathor. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [615] S skhai — w , A.Z. 1866, 103, , IV, 1079, , to be deaf; .A, IV, x 180, to pay no heed to, to turn away from advice: */) *\ IV, 1033, to 0-=» III * <zz>, A.Z. 1912, turn a deafear to ; 55, to ignore ; Copt. CUJ^. skhai-t ^, IV, 409, deafness. skha-t ^tfr a kindof Plant "sed in - - - - funerary offerings. o 111 skha-t pet **-=» D ^ , , the name of a star or part of the sky near Orion. Rec. 30, 185 skhaä **-=» ^\ , to cut, sword, knife. skhai (2 o wound ; var. I T Skhaut —* a cow-goddess. fr, Amen. 14, 8, to , cut, stroke, blow. >^, B.D. 169,19, skhab J| —.Kl A.Z. ,905, 37, __ J^1#.„_J to lick up, to swallow, to chew up. skhabiu skhab — IM 1, devourers. j\, to travel. Skhabes " | " , Zod. Dend., one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. 2oi>x^'«• Skhabsenfunen I v^ , /VA/VNAA Tuat III, a warder-god. skhap skham \> 1 , a kind of land. ^J], A.Z. X879, 62, ^^^^'t0beStr0ng* skhamu ~^~ t\ %^ i, Peasant 211, to reject, one rejected. skhar V, t—fl,»— S » Iv> 743, 10 milk. skhar " , to milk ; <2>- I I I , a kind of tree, log. , planks. skharu skharu ^^ ^"T^ '> IV> 742, 1x48, garments made of a kind of linen. s - khart I , Sphinx 4, 64, to rejuvenate ; caus. of 7\ , to hasten, to run. skhas s-khaker **-"> , **^<3«, to oma- ment, to decorate ; caus. of skhakerujgT'jJlJ, skhati decorations. \\ x Rev. 11, 168, plaited thing; ö' Copt. CH<6. s-khâi Q ö , to make Q to rise up or appear, to celebrate a festival, to crown a king ; caus. of skhäi-t - Skhäit-baiu-s S IV, 209, rising, appeared ance, coronation. Q O 1 a name of ' Hathor. s-khâr ^7 Q to stir up to wrath ; caus. of Skhi Skhit 1 ^7 , Rec. x6,108, to inflame, Tuat I, Rec. 3, 116, a god in the Tuat. û Tuat I, a gatekeeper- £ ' goddess. Skhu ~^~^^7, Rec. 30, 192, ~^~^ ^K I , width, breadth. skhu-t chamber. skhun o m ^f1 ^ era , hall, &> , to curse, to revile, to ill-wish, wrathful, angry, furious, passionate, irascibility. skhunnu ~T ^ Ö % J? , angry 0 /wvwv Jl ^^' man. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 q 4
[616] S B.D. 125 ; see Serekhi. Skhuni _ s-khus ,_ ^K , A.Z. 1908, 129, to form, to fashion, to build; caus. of ^J 1 L—Û- •skheb TJâ' 00 e1to swallow' to drink ; var. \ or- **-*> Ji P\ S-khep _ = ® D, to make to become; ® 0 <=> caus. of >ri 4 • D w U Skhep-kenmem /vAAAAA , , one of the 36 Dekans. Skhepti-ser-t *~~ -=> ^S ' one of the D Wo *' 36 Dekans. H— S-khepi A, to make to run, to bring, to lead; caus. of ^ ; ^„J\ I > a successful advance. skhep-[t] ■*-àe* , a kind of grain. □ s* s* s* S-kheper —*— W <z>, Peasant 199, 289, f— O, to make to be or exist, to fashion, to form, to create, to produce ; caus. of ' s-kheperu —-_ 43 <^ ^K !, —- <=-=> s s V* 1 ' ' ^ose wn0 nia^e or create s-khemi "^ of, to forget ; caus.'of ^ , to be unmindful skhem ~ru. {sic) cr-n' holies ; plur. ! © > oCl' , shrine, holy of _Pi 1 1' ® kin Rec. 29, 166 skhem fc«di-T? nui' sistrum. Skhem ~T~ |\ fl 1 Cariopus Stele, © J^ J I' statue, figure. skhem —^^;seefl^ Skhemi[t] sekhmekh Rec. 12, 13, ' a goddess. Ü r, IV, 918, to amuse oneself, to rejoice, pleasure. skhen HTn>p- ^.N. 212,"®" f ), P. 7O2, I U. 51, "Î , N. 1204, 0 W ~W °' , to fold in the arms, to embrace, to contain, to hold ; to fold the wings. 11 /wvwv skhenn skhen-t skhenu skhenu , N. 960. embrace, she who /v/VW* t V embraces, i.e., nurse. suckling, babe, any child in arms. >G ööö, T. 196, P. 459, I /VA/WSA Ö 3 1, embraces. /VAAAAA <> t) /VAAAAA \ ' /VAAAAA /VAAAAA H— >7 ^1 P breast offering. skhen ^27 skhen-t ® >G g, P. 710 , the name of a festival. skhenui (?) ® /VA/W-- . . P. 177, 392, P.S.B. 17, 260, the two horizons. Skhenit "Î" ~ Berg> *> 24> a j°T ?f /vAAAAA v> Sekhmit. Skhenà TT ft J), Ber^ J> *?> an ibif ®G l 5Ü god. Bkheni-rflyjl. "TÛI1. T /VAAAAA 1 I U i I /VAAAAA I I /IAAAM O Litanie 38, 94, "Embracer"—a title -~V ofRâ. *• Tuat XI and Skhenu ® 0, /VA/VNAA /VAAAAA XII: (1) a singing-god; (2) a bearer of the serpent Mehen • each god was reborn daily, /VA/WSA Skhen- ur , U. 281, , A.Z. 1910, 128, ,N. 719, ® fj^ , B.D. n Digitized by Microsoft®
s [617] S 146, X, 43, [}" "<£><=>, the god who acted as guardian of the 10th Pylon. Skhen - ba ® , Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of R.5 (No. 38). Skhen-Nefer " î ß), «beautiful em- I o o bracer "—a name of Shu Skhen - rekhtt „ Berg. II, 13, a name of the Other World. Skhen-kb ai but ® IL?.!' ,/WSA U ^ I I I Tuat VIII, one of the nine gods of the bodyguard of Afu-Râ. Skhen-tuatiu AAAA L * Tuat XI, the gate of the nth Division of the Tuat. skhen -^j u» ® 0 W» jb^ W» W» to happen, a happening, event, occurrence ; Ö I \ at the happening of the event; f ) 1 I» Rosetta Stone, Rec. 6, n, with good fortune ; Copt. CtJ<LCtjm, cycrte, cycrtH. skhen >a^, skhen ^ O, /VA/VNAA /VAAAAA s-kheni /VA/WSA /VAAAAA II MVWNA Rec. 6, 10, journey, transit. Ç», abscess, skin disease. ■ \\ © Ö <T^ -WWSA Ö © stand still, to come to rest; caus. of A, J\ , to alight, to /VA/WSA /VA/WSA skhen-t support ;*plur. ^ /WW» skhenut IV /VA/WSA Ö © -H- I I I I HT0 /VAftAAA (~ II |, pillar, /VA/WSA ïïïï>"a,0o four pillars which support the sky öS > Hh. 365, , Thes. 1218, the skhenut skben-t YYYY Rec. 3, 48, the four MM' legs of a vessel. V,_ o Yj , the double DV®0 crown of Upper and Lower Egypt ; with the article = Gr. skhenu(?)[l ~ 7,7,1V, 1142, cakes (?) 3 ö © I I I s-khenn ~Q~^,t0 strike a.b,ow> to /vAAAAA *—Q smite; caus. H— /WWV\ X, H— AAAA/V\ s-khenn © _V o ^•to overthrow, to dig down a wall; caus. S-khensh Q , to make to stink; caus. of A *o< ; Copt, cyruxy. —h~~ n —H— n 1 —*~ n 1 skher j^jj; piur. ^j] j, 0p|] |- For the various meanings of the word see Skher reth ~5~ i <==>^f J) ' > mankind, the ways of men skher kha-t ~©~ i what is planned in the inmost mind , Peasant 209, skherui •P 1 1 1 , the two jaws. , chambers. A A tk one of the 42 H H -E ' assessors of Osiris. I skberu i Skheriu Skheriu Ri 1, B.D. 125 ; see Serekhi. !> Skher-shetau-ur-ä ® 11 ü , Tuat II, a title of Âfu-Râ. s-kher ® ^^, caus. of t?1^- Skheru ~5~ vi j\ ?^S—fl, J^ , to overthrow; J1 B-M. 32, 34, the overthrown, the damned, the defeated. -*— -f^?£- ' —H— xzx: Skher-ânt-f q^ '7777?^ » ^ ^?. , B.D. 149, VI, the ^ serpent-god of the 6th Àat ; Saïte var. Skher-reremu "S"^3^ j\ .^L î 1 B-D. (Sa'ite) 149, the god of the 6th Aat. Skheru "5" ^\ <— ^j,, Shipwreck 64, plated (?) scale-work (?) Digitized by Microsoft eg)
s [618] s-khert w I, to rejuvenate ; caus. of skhes M. 251,378, ~,U. 157,T. 14, © A, P. 7°8, 1— n I J\, Metternich Stele 59, to run, to hasten ; var. **-«» J\ SkheSU 0 $ , Israel Stele 5, swift _*— -»111 runners, hasty fugitives. «skhps "IT Jl A-Z- x9°s> I29> t0 Provide, SKnefc _J_ ^ t0 supply) t0 make< S-khesef —«—^iLL-^, to make to go back, to repulse ; caus. of *;? L-=fl. —M— x J07, e , to snare birds in a net. L-fl' skhet Ö >net- , Pap. 3024, 139, skhet fowler, hunter, snarer. S-khet Ô J\ , é Ï, to be turned up- side down, to stand on the head ; caus. of' \ . «MwuuTIIA'\"r^j.3r(|l| ..III . . . ■A men and women immersed in fire head 1 ' downwards. [ fiends,, the I ' damned. skhetiu @ 11 Skhetui the 7th day of the month s-khetkhet , the two ape-gods of L^,Rec. 29, 151, to overturn, to be thrown down ; see A , —*-cf^ and „_ P J\ ses m»u-247> 24^ C2> zz \ ^ Rec. 31, 30, —*—, to strengthen, to raise up. ses -*- IV, 1141, treasure, stuff. 3 - ses 3 —*- 3 = s-sen —»f— AAAAAA , to breathe, to smell ; caus. of ses ses im <=. (?) ' ^^ 3 , trouble, want. —*—, <=> I , door bolt; plur. ^ (1 ' _h_ H^ 111' iT\\ 11 r ses , horse ; Heb. onuses \\, Shipwreck 72, hot ashes; Ses 11 , a garment of some kind. Ses —h— I, Canopus Stele 21 Ses-ti (?) —»— jj jj, the two ankles. "1, Berg. I, 13, a god who Sesa told his fellows the name of the deceased. sesi Ml -^ = (J -TT"-*- (|(|, P. 293, ,T. 259, Sesi sesu sesun to destroy. sesunt (Ani 20, 10) tmm, . U. 447, to move, ' to walk, to pass. Tuat IX, an enchanted serpent. 1 1 1 ', Rec. 30, 72 /VA/WSA 0 (a -H /VAftAAA 1, Hymn to Râ -H /VAftAAA o (J M , to make to reign ; s-suteni caus. of 1 ° fl(H T /VA/WSA 111 Se-ba^-fij^, D- S-sept —h- H D A|, Peasant 286, to prepare, to sharpen weapons. sesef —*■ nderah IV, a ram-god. "~~1T~ w (1 fire, hot ashes, ' w.U,4' tinder (?) sesef-t 3 sesem-t horse, mare (?) ; plur. sesen-t -" \, disgust, indignation. ;Wi; Heb. Dip*ID- ~h~ ° IV, 918, breathing, £' breath, smell. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [619] S s-sen 3i, 175, ctc5,P. 457, n, Rec. s-sens . g sratulate ; eau s. of s-sent —»— /vwwv = o to make afraid; caus. of Sesent-àakhut /VA/VNAA Rec. 31, 174, to make to open. /VA/WSA jQ • <3r» t0 acc^a,"m> t° con- O /VAAAAA , to terrify, I /VA/WSA I, a lioness-goddess in the Tu at. Sesha Ö <è\ > , a kind of weapon or neck-stick for prisoners or slaves (?) Seshen (?) B | ^^, to destroy. s-setchem é Qisic) , B.D. 169, 21, to make to hear; caus. of $$ v\ ) sesh ft, P. 169, 287, C30 Dum. Hist. In. II, 18, C30, * Rechet onU nungen 4, 70, © 1 1 1 Methen 8, to write, to draw, to make a design ; , to do into writing; r\ /VA/VNAA y/-> I , Tombos 8, 'Ji 3 , IV, 692, chased work in metal, figured (bronze); Copt. C^A.1. C<6&-I. sesh M =5=, P. 695, Si: I, writing, inscription, written roll of papyrus, book, copy of a document, handwriting ; plur. !, (2 1 1 (3 (3 I I I I I !, ' (2 111' 00 <2 —*— l ,™J, , IV, 00 1 1 1 1 337, writings, letters, books, documents, archives, decrees, handwriting, the columns of a book, papers, title-deeds, registers, literature: ■mmji /VA/WSA I, established in writing ; ^w«! Rec- 2I> 91, fine papyrus rolls; r-~-, l' seshit HI (](] o J I, L.D. Ill, 140«, Rec 19, 19, wall-paintings, mural designs with descriptive texts. seshUinen |{|<=»^© (](] ÖÖ (X,, the writings of the Greeks, i.e., the Greek language and letters. sesh metut neter jft <=*^ A fll A Rosetta Stone, sacred writing, hieroglyphs. sesh shaà fft^^ ]M, Û |, the writing of books, i.e., demotic. I I /VA/WSA w seshu en àsut ^ ; 1, IV, 1120, old registers seshu nu per ânkh jïï ! Ö S"1, hieroglyphic writing ; 1 1 1 f n-¥-n , Rev. 12, it2, copyists of hieroglyphic texts. seshu en râ 'là <2 **/wsa y 111 —oi 1 1 1 ■^-^ Amherst Pap. 20, books of practical 111' magic. sesh en Ha-nebu (nebu Meht) **** jT SZ, Greek writing. sesh nu hetch nub oa ^e^ ^^ ■ w ■ A 000 ^ r^m^i ^"^ register of silver and gold. I 01A 11 o o o rvn demotic sesh en shâtt Hû-vAAAAA \°ti colli writing. rvn OPT--- seshu hebsu 1110, closed books. sesh ^JR writer, designer, scribe ; plur. ftà )W I, (3 (3 !, (2 3 a divine scribe S Ton ; i; Copt, cp,<u; Digitized by Microsoft ® , Rec. 31, 10, \\, P. 185, , M. 300, {IE «% PÈ ^» N- 399> the two divine scribes Thoth and Sesheta. sesh-t shem-t ft [I » $, * £S£ sesh ah-t ïïï ^ | S , scribe or registrar of fields or estates ; plur. l ^^ 1' 1120.
s [ 620 ] sesh âa chief scribe. i, IV, 1026, /WWSA Ci !i sesh menfit scribe of the militia sesh metut neter ^ ^ |> ^ | 1J. , Rec. 31, 174, scribe of the words of the god, i.e., a scribe who copied hieroglyphic texts. sesh metcha-t !> writer of books, a copyist of hieratic texts. sesh metcha-t en Hem ka nekht, nLiL MÄ o 1" /VA/W* C\ *fcï E, J], scribe of the |°B gT o^r Jaw» jr7f book of Horus, the mighty Bull. sesh metcha-t neter Si "Ifl^vfö» Si "^ II ^^ ^eC- 33' 3' sc"be °f books of the IS IU 1 1 1 ' god, i.e., theological scribe. sesh en neter he-t Hi ^^ If]^?» scribe of the temple. sesh en setem é , " scribe of hearing," i.e., a scribe who wrote from dictation ; 1$ 1\ , great deputy scribe. sesh heri tchatcha sesh hesb heq-t , chief scribe. O ..-Ü , IV, T045, scribe of the reckoning of the grain. sesh hetep neter SIc=s= "1 J), scribe of the offerings made to the god, i.e., registrar of ecclesiastical revenues ; Hä J «~J~1 | | } scribe of the revenues of all the gods. sesh khau-t scribe of the altar. sesh kheri khetem-t Si /ft 8 Décrets 23, scribe of the things under seal. sesh kheri tchatcha Si sesh khetem-t (?) neter oo °\ 8 , IV, 1165, scribe of the sealing of the god. seshu sunn Si % *J?,scribe of the FUJI G ' wages list. sesh spekhar per en Pteh Si dfe n & deputy ®' scribe. scribe and designer of the house of Ptah. sesh sehu sesh shâit scribe, secretary, clerk. sesh shâ-t en Äa-perti j scribe of the I ' collectings. I, Rec. 21, 96, letter sesh . nrc~i 0 scribe of the rolls of Pharaoh, a royal secretary. <—'—' \&. scribe to the 0 I £*X' magistrate. sesh qetut \ 0 ., Rec. 34, 48, 1, HTJ\ I 1 (2 L-fl iv, 1056, ]jQ ^ ^ drawer of pictures, limner; '* limner of the house of gold ; limner ofthe temple of Ptah ; Uù M */wwv (I Id [I °^^ mo immji limner of Amen. Sesh 1, M. 300 \, P. 185, , N. 899, ]£j^^, B.D. (Saite) 70, 1 divine scribe, i.e., Thoth ; dual, Thoth and Sesheta (?) Seshit C30 Jj t B.D.G. 1125, a consort of Thoth; var. $. Sesh netch (?) Si "f", the god of the 12th day of the month. seshu ]ïj| ?, |^ ^ (°(, iv, 73,, ink, materials for ink ; ^ ^ o ^ ^j^ o, IV, 706, coloured ochres used by scribes ; | ~ Ö fji, to rub down colour for ink. seshu Si V Rec. 30, 183 VVdribblings. sesh ^^ t0 sPrinkle> t0 spread; Copt. OSZI \ lllllllll sesh 00 Ä,aa) •tnmïïr nn V 71 X X X/i ' rzszi x S—fl' ^ ' o' x ^' mx ^' £' e*®*5*' A^' t0 draw the bolts of a door, to open, to pass through, to Digitized by Microsoft ®
[621] make a passage, passage, opening, to spread out .'»Mn(IV.„o4)Jg-^^J]U,to inaugurate an altar: oo *a/wva ,-^3, M. 170, to w— 111111111 cut or pare the nails. r „ is a mistake for w— 111111111 t —*— 111111111 —*— 111111111 ~ . just as hAAAM r is for "^"^ „ Ç Û OoL«V) tDS Û sesh-t , passage, open way. sesh CSC3 1, courses, openings (?); "y\ 1, free, unfettered. seshu c3o x  ! @ .A Un' sesh czszi^jj 00 x cô x beat out, to spread out. Rev. 10, 136, ancestors. $w=/J, to ao sesh r^~' ^•^^- 5^9, product, material, X ' substance. seshut C3a 1} divisions (?) X o I sesh C30 —*— f\ ° , room, chamber. xn rm ' seshsh mt fl = aa. rzszi *—û seshsh Bio ^^ u- 492, N. 945, to 1 v\ 1 y n—' ' water. sesh-t mnî, U" 551' A,z- 49' .58' o urine. to— /VA/VAAA sesh-t C30 ^aaaaa } outflow, overflow. O X /VA/VAAA seshsesh Ö, a kind of drink. sesh ^^ f (?)> p- 242, to decay; var. ^K J (?)^, P. 241. sesh [=s=i -^y, to scorn, to despise, scorn, contempt; ^^ (j Copt. CUXy. sesh ^ devilish man. sesh-t à rnr-i , Rev. 13, 13; 7MM, devil, a ,11 rzszi sesh ;222>, N. 404, a man with devilish , qualities. rzszi nn , Hymn Darius 20, f"~S, C^a CTZI ŒD Ö © plur. , swamp, home of waterfowl, nest; ^ 1, Pap. 3024, 95, gjo^j, £%^m; 1"{Fm>è*—' the y°ung king; l^^^li^^ jE-1'IV'5Ö4; ^xx\ ^ \ 2^the two great nests, B.D. 17; ^23^ ^2^ ^a^ H O fb? ®, the two pools of sport. Sesh r^> $ tne name of a god and of a IT© ÏÏJ ' city. sesh ,_„_. ^ , hair, tres-s, lock. Q IV, 391, to shine, to give ItV out light. sesh I \\"l sesh , .. , ~3 ^^'j night, evening, dark- ness;see ^éj^^^O- sesh ék, i^, skilful, knowledge, learned man. Seshit-m'k-t-neb-s }k 1, able, p * J5j Juat I and II, one of the pilot- »_ © Si] ' goddesses of Âf. sesh r~^~' (^3) a k'nc* o1^ ca^e or breac* (Q 111' used for offerings. sesh-t m, m !, a kindJ of g'ain <?) - - ■ used in offerings. seshsh 0011 , a kind of grain or fruit. /***", P. 241, 242, sistrum. 30 1,00 , IV, 157, Digitized by Microsoft ® sesh « * rzszi a 1 seshshit a^oj, rnr-i A 1 NN 1 (1(1 <=s, sistrum ; plur. fS ^, Rec. 15, 47, ™ « », IV, 1059, | ! ; A III I NN I o I I f]^™rr;f i'<<singyet0Sistra"'S k§,IV,9i7, îjj i, statues withsistra; |â J), Canopus Stele 6, 29, 31, 34. seshsh C3£=i o a ^ Vl. to rattle a sistrum. r^N—1 A seshshit T-™, AZ- '90S, .6 a ki„d 1 w 1 r\ 01 am u Jet.
[622] seshsesh oaoo ', U. 392, lotus (?) ; GD see seshesh oa ^> r~\\ "A • lotus flower, lily. DD seshsh aS/4\, to weigh, to balance; see sesha trained ; rrc~i s-shai , to be wise, skilled, , Rec. 29, 164, <} 0 Shipwreck, 139, to make to know, to inform. >, IV, 943; see seshau e -~-. 1 1, riches, what is advantageous ; em Sesha with luck or good fortune. iWlk^' Shipwreck I29, Seshshà ' R *~*~* \\, Tuat X, a god who announced to the stars the birth of Rä daily. sesha ~^~ (j s 5 -^ = *"^* Û @ I ^ > to pass; Copt, cirte. seshàu sau skilled, able, wise. s-shät caus. of rzso ODö%U,t0 deStr°y; ^j; Copt. cyuuT. seshi nnf qq,N. 1339 seshit -H_ß\\^, ^llof^G, A.Z. 1900, 23, night, evening, darkness. seshu r~\\ 1 ^O, IV, 722, DO Yo-^^\ on seshu S9ShU 0 IV, 935» ring, III' ring-money. f T. 377, to be loose, C30 JET I ' untied. P(read sekher) A.Z. 1900, 129, concern, business. seshu —»— H [) [), writings, documents. S-Shu —»— p Y\ "^., free from, vacant, empty ; caus. of I) _^« Seshu ^^|,NebqedI3,I9)affo™ seshua ^f]l=^f™l <° praise, to honour. S-shebt J c=p» AA "^., to exhaust, to render helpless ; caus. ofoo Ic^^AA"*^^ seshep ^^*L-J}=2£e'L=JI, Rec. 27,222, 34, 176, T82, to receive. For words beginning with the sign ^^ see also under shesep. seshep œ=)^,p. 624, M. 607, N. 121 r, C3C3, to polish. D O \ /wr*- ^ 5^"^ light, radiance, day, daytime, '^£: ©' D O ' the solar disk. Seshpi ffiDy, ^d (\(\ J, D^èv the Light-god. Seshep ^^ ®, white apparel, bandlet. £&, Rev. 14, 22, to seshef 1=50 w abominate, to despise. seshern ^Jp ^ J\ ^ , to guide, to lead, to direct, to administer, to govern. seshem-t ^ $jj, S?k"> guidance, administration seshmi-t 8v -A —» , guide (fern.) ^-^ vb\ ^è\, guides, leaders. seshem -^ statue of a god. ' ^ fl. image or Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [623] S Seshmi ^ Tuât X, a winged- serpent. Seshmi - uat - heh ^-^ i\ ~^~ » o Guide of the path of eternity—a title of Râ. Seshmi-pet ^^t^c$ f==3> Guide of heaven—a title of Râ. Seshmi-en-uat-teser-t -^ %=g% <==> a , Tuat IV, a god of Restau. Seshem-en-Tem ^-^ i ^^ ^Ea a Tuat VIII and XI, a form of Tem which sprang from the serpent Änkhfemkhaibit, a form of Tem in the Circle Sesheta. J\ :mi- leader Seshem-netem -^ of the gods. Seshem-netherit ^^|^Q, Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 37). Seshmit-heri-àb-t uàa-t-s ^J^ W\ the goddess of the 5th hour of the night. Seshemseshem(?) "~"~" j\ ^, Tuat XI, one of the 12 bearers of Mehen into the eastern sky. / Seshmu-Tuat >?* @ , the guides of the Other World. one Seshmu »««.Sl of the 36 Dekans; varr, *• S-shem ^\~l/l, to make warm or hot, to heat; caus. of no s-shemm r-K-i , Peasant 245, to warm, to heat ; caus. of rzSO vs\ lj\ J J|. ?» —H-— S-Shemsi —h— fl , to make to follow ; caus. of [j il il A . rn seshem shen(?) r-rr-i , Rev. 14, 33, mighty formula, strong spell. \\ seshen oo. rzxo A , 00 A UJJ, /WWV\ Vl J] ftAAAftA J\ *AAAAA A X Ö t=*o ' , rzxo L-=fl, <~>, to open, to ftAAAftA I— w ■ ftAAAftA I \\ I \\ make a way through : var. of I rvn and I vwiaa. seshen, seshni 1—w—1 ftAAAftA \>—fl' oa , ao AAAAAA *-,-*| AAAAAA ftAAAftA ftAAAftA (£ , to weave. Seshen-ur csaL—fl ^^çjf, Rec. 30, 187, a god ; see Sekhnur. web in a hand loom, cloth. a kind of head cloth, fillet. seshen-t r-m K, — ftAAAftA seshenn vf. seshen □a^,U. 501,1=50 ^&,Metter- nich Stele 63, to grieve. s-shen 1-^-1 ftAAAftA ftAAAftA of -p /VAAAAA /WWW , to alight, to hover over ; caus. seshen r-m /WWW /WWW Ö /WWW (£ nnw /WWW □o ö , Rev. 11, 185, lotus, lily; plur. ^a(s %>^I, i=XO^\^I, /WWW /T I I I /WWW /I 1 I I Rec. 29, 148, rzxo Ö vfe> '» ^^n ^>IH» /WWW /I I /WWW \£i DDöW' PaP' 3024, 135, !=SO\\^>->^ïr, I I I 1, IV, 918, 1165; /WWW // I I 1 nn<^ \LT, rzxo Ö /WWW I I I /WWW /WWW r-K~t /WWW . /WWW ' /WWW , IV, 1165, summer lily; Heb. |&ïïtë, Syr. lAiioi, Arab. ^-L-. Copt, cyujçyert, Gr. <r0r,ff<».. seshshen ~~ ^, U. 395, I W I /WWW •nn A.Z. 45, 135, lily, lotus ; see rvn -rzxo /WWW /WWW Seshshen ^^ W o>, an offering. ' ^ ' /WWW I seshen ES s, IV> 629V cup j" ,f /www-www form of a lily. Seshen-t r-rc-i [en], Rec 36, 210, a place /WWW - where the deceased purifîed himself; var. I /VAAAAA Ci Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [624] S Seshnit gd ^ ) 3, Rec. 32, 84, the /VA/WSA I 1 l name of a water-goddess. Seshnnit 00 u rs Jy> c30^i\\Ll/n> /WVW\ \\ N \J ill /WWSA I N UJ V oSo OUI], ^53 S, Lib. Fun. II, 89, the name of a funerary goddess and of a city. II - jf)0 AAAAAA Seshen-uâb m^f I *~w*, b.D. 81a, "Holy lily"—a title of Râ. Seshenu en Nefer-Temu m seshnai r~\\ 1 /WYWA (£ B.D. 81b, the lily of Nefer-Temu. A Tutankhamen 9, 21' to pray. seshmi rrcn <x> Rec. 28, 169, a fish ; III' plur. nn Ö (VWVVX s-sher oS^^ R ® 5^, Rec. 16, 108, to fall down, to overthrow; caus. of oo sesher s-sherr ■ymna, less, to belittle ; caus. of Jour. As. 1908, 263, devil. , Peasant 251, to make DD sesher Esa'rp, Mission 223> a 8a™em <z=> I or stuff. -P sesheru. on , plans, etc. ; see P sesher-t , IV, 1159, ™_, '0=0, bread cake, food. Sesher-t 00°.duns, excrement. Seshrui urui □□ x ,. ^, Ombos I, 143, the two sacred arrows of Ombos. sesher on [j jj ~| ft l.d. hi, i4od, blocked up, stopped. S-Shes CSZJ A, to open, to unbolt ; caus. of1 seshes (?) Lf a kind of wood or 000' precious stone. seshsa (shesa) ^^ igi Precepts of Amenemhat 1, 12, >, Amen. 27, 26, * © U J] © Anastasi IV, 2, 7, ^ Ö^\ | aa [1 ^ 'lane CZKZl é' .£ \> r"tt~i é © X l I * ti'nnÖ @ w ', to be skilled, able, clever, £&\ ■> IV, 1152, skilful. seshsa-t (shesa-t) " I q^ "ü1 îi^ > skill, ability. Ci seshsa rzszi é S \ Rec. 21, 84, to A ' go. seshsa (sesha) ^^ q£ night, evening, darkness. rf^o. seshsait (seshait) qji rzszi , a seed used in medicine. seshsau (seshau) ^^ ^ ^v\~ IS., Anastasi IV, 2, 6,- dn \\ V , Koller 2, 4, antelope, deer, goat, roe. Seshesp-taui -*■ ^T '" , Ombos I, 108, a lioness fire-goddess. Sesht Es5 (© £ n, to weave ; var. R ® -id sesht ~^~~ll Rev. 12, 71, a strip of blue linen. sesht nv~t 14^ Rec. 13, 30, figure, form. s-sheta 00 j\ iv, 671, 00 to hide, to keep secret, to conceal ; caus. of ; Copt. cyuxyT. D seshetat oo^. X o iâ\' □□]? ^' ReV- "' l86' ft' S6Cret' mystery; plur «D ED , l=E=D 3 =^lll'oD " 1, aa7-^ ^1 oD ?§ m x ! ' Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 625] real mystery ; <§. X ö D I i i II , it is a very rvrr1-' _Ms> U io \\ mysteries of the god of the horizon. Seshta Tuat VIII, a circle in the Tuat. Seshtai m " He who is secret "—a divine title. Seshtai , Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Râ (No. 44). Seshtait n f. Thes. 31, mû, □a-2-' ^' J ===== Ç the goddess of the 4th hour of the day. Seshtait âru r-4-i[]<=^f) ^ goddess of the 10th hour of the day. Seshtauàru oa 1 ~P 1, beings with invisible forms. X I I » Seshta Asàr cd J ,BAX l6Wh *> — a bull-god. Seshta baiu 1 1 of the nine guards of Râ. Seshta ren j, Tuat VIII, one i, "Hidden name "—a title of God X I seshta 8 , bandlet, tiara. seshtu <=sa , crocodiles, secret powers of evil. bandlet, cord of a book, girdle, etc. ; see sesht <*=^ ^, lock of hair. sesht-t <*=^ rm' «r^n , window, bal- o 1 cony (?) ; plur. qa |. [=SZI \ o 1 1, Rec. 27, 222 ; Copt. cyoYcyr. Ja seshter(?) <*="^ "^7, Rec. n, 64, a light-shooting star, seq Mr M u-a, , to gather together, to collect €i Q Jy, Ombos I, 6r, Seq uarf «*»* a hunting-god. se(i T^'T^^'a k^_of pulse (?) leaf; plur. ^ ^ j, Rec. 4, 27; (j Xg /WWVA (j ç-«^ J ^ Annales IX, 156. s-qa Tilfl'TI'ioexaU' to prolong life; caus. of A ^\ \ i\. J the gods who exalt men and prolong their I ' lives; compare the following name :— Seqa-nu-baiu-peter-heh 0 Y Ö ^di1 the goddess of the rd hour of the day. ■?-, IV, 809; see * Thes. 31, the goddess of the O ' 3rd hour of the day. n A \\ V "*"«, Rec. 30, 189, /WSAAA AAAAAA /WWVA, to cool, to sqa — seqrà änkh s-qebb 7JJB7JJ refresh ; caus. of A j ] 10 • Seqbeb JJ^A- A the doorkeeper of the 3rd Pylon ; compare the following :— Seqbitp^J3-|,B.D.I4,g5^5,a H— seqer ^ ^ ^ ^*' —H— <==> to strike, to beat (a drum), to break 4 imiini ' open a door. Seqrà änkh ^ „—T ■¥-, IV, 612, a combatant captured alive ; compare the following :— Seqrà - tchatchau H Tuat VII, à star-god. L^fl S-qeti —h— \ , Metternich Stele 224, "^- ^1 ff^iJ!^' -^" ^j 5r> t0 trave1't0 sail > caus. of V „ J\. Digitized by S-qett —»— V c=> £ W)S, to travel, to sail. Seqt-t -h- \[ ^gj^;, B.D. (Saîte) I, 18, a boat of Orion, %% * J). Microsoft® -^ ^
[ 626 ] S SeQetiu —*— M , wandering stars ; com- * 1 *** pare the two following names :— Seqet-hati M ^-^ etc-» °mbos u> 134, a mythological being. ■-*.»-*« pit? «a-P1T1 -m.tcii"!^ the^jmd Arit. f^— ~" - >> u- 426, ^_^<=^> T. 244, c&v;, to dig out a lake. seki „ \ ,;:~:^ t0 constrain, to contend " A t -fl' against, to fight. seki _^_ ^ Q (I r x . t,0 . deftr°y> to 7\ 11 L—Ù bring to an end. Seki " M, Tuat XII, one of the gods who towed the boat of Âf through Änkh-neteru ; he was reborn daily. seksek sek seki oJhB.D.75,4, >> u. 530, IV, 812, to crush, to destroy. Seksek loinn, B.D.- 35, 3, a serpent-god who attacked the dead ; var. I ^\ "tannn. Seksekit a goddess ; var. sek S-kek -*- —-i^i, to make dark, to darken, to cover over • cans, of v * ^ -Skek ^^,IV,io57 skan^^S'toplough;ccKip;: s-kami r—1 A plete, to finish ; caus. of , to bring to an end, to make com- 3 ;""*" ^ } perfect of tongue, i.e., skilled in speech, ? ' *■ eloquent. skam skami £^3 Yr\ to be old and grey^ / E J\' haired. £=D M\, old man, grey-headed man ; plur. flÛ % ^1 the aged ; Copt. CKIJUL. s-kamkam x , Thes. 1199 ; caus. of *—1^—' X /—/—L-vT S-kep ^\rj t=t, to flood, to inundate; D%^§, to strike, caus. of Ü D skep ^^> to overthrow, to roll away. Skemu nen-t —"~~ t\ \\ B.D. 78, 44, a group of gods. sken ftAAAftA sken-tà skennu Skenu s-ker seker to eat or drink in a gluttonous manner. ~\ A /A habitual glutton or 0 H 21' drunkard. AAAftA oil, unguent, salve, MMM G ' pomatum. Ö, Tuat X, a light-god. k to put to _ ' silence. ^_^ a place shut in, the ' • coffin. Seker, Sekri <__^i U. 326, 556, 557, ,T. 270,^^,, N. 953,^^^, "Sfcgdf Jl» w originally the god of the Tuat of Memphis, later the Death-god par excellence. Sekri w a form of Seker in the Tuat. Seker ^ ^ [©], ^(jjj © ^, Seker, personification of his domain. Seker ^=^ jfi, Denderah IV, 84, X S—0 1 fl Bere II 8 ^=^ ^ warder of the <z> I HI ' rg* ' ö' <r^> * ' 6th Pylon. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 627 ] Berg. I, 16, a god who filled the deceased with Truth. Seker ^ Seker em shetait a form of Osiris. Sekri heri shâ-f ^=^\\ *^ , Tuat IV, a form of Seker. Seker khenti Petchu o öi N5 ~:J, p. 607. § 00 Seker festival of Seker. W ^ , '^y^^27' the Seksen ® , P. 726, I ^3* I /WWVA \, P. .65O, I 1 ^•s 1 /vw^va Jjk., M. 751, a messenger, (j D \J ^\ | jW, of Rä. Sekt ;, Denderah II, 48, 49, a name given to several of the sacred boats at Denderah. Sekti, Sekt-t tn%, £11%. W 0 o ,, the boat of the setting sun which bore Àfu-Râ through the Tuat ; see 1 | £ lYïï Sekt-t the god of the Sekt-t boat. jO Sekktiâks ^=*> ^==£ Jh, Leemans Mon. 3, 210-213 = Gr. 2mf. Seg TT , a mythological animal; see Sega, seg s Ig, Pap. 3024, 26 Sega~J a mythological animal with a hawk's head. «*»tvj.rct-,,,"äpj segab TT ^\ J ö$, Israel Stele 24, 171 Ik Ü %\ *& A-Z- 34, 8, to shout, to ^mJjr§I' raise a cry. ,0 s-gaa S^ <^, Rec. 27, 88, to destroy, to let perish ; caus. (?) , Tuat I, a singing-god. S-gemh ^—Ag t\ I ^-, Peasant 213, to make to see ; caus. of A^ ^|\ ft .^^.. M /WYWA Q S-genn tt AA, to make weak or helpless ; caus. of /W\AftA /WYWA /W\AftA s-genn ffi — L-J), 0 Ü O, to anoint : caus. of ^ t -/I : COCT'H. seger ffi see A L-=/J. a £_ silence, rest : caus. of ^ ^jJ}, to strike, to fight; Rec. 26,65, ß <c:=>^' i, to make silent, to still, SgergU tt <z> \ 1, parts of a ship. set , absolute pron. 3rd sing., common. Set , later form of Set (Setesh = Sutekh omnD ÏU aim the god of evil. )iïïrm ll-c^Rl ge+ ~~£~ r—T B.D. 42, protector of the nnm ^' backbone of Osiris. Set Set I Tuat V, a bull-god who de- X1 stroyed the dead. 1 Edfû I, 9fgh, a god of O 1 - "SISS- /W\AftA /WYWA Set nehsi ro ' Tuat X' a Set" headed sceptre which was revivified at dawn daily. set —«Z- 1 ("£3, Jour. As. 1908, 277 = ', earth, ground ; Copt. CHX. V set H, —— 1er, o III U As. 1908, 290, ground, earth, soil ; see , Jour. sti q^d^Vï _H~ tl & Metternich Stele 7, to . a ° a ^ Se^eb ffijgf' cry out. or odour; Copt. cf. ft)' £ , smell, scent, Digitized by Microsoft ® 2. R 2
[ 628 ] S sti-heb w °y ^£7, o festival scent or perfume. Sti-her O^, Tomb- Ram- IX' ;°' ,a I ' serpent-god. Set (Sti) ""*"" fll L-û, Nav. Lit 7i, P^()(|-R--^8CI-toligtôA set-t x (J, ~^2 fj> 'e=S) H» Rymn Darius 15, fire, flame; 1A c^/j '» divine fire; Copt. cure. Stil heb m ^27, the name of the 25th day of the month. Set em âr-t-f c 1, fuat III and IV, a fiery serpent-god of the 5th Gate. Set em her-f ~^~ (J ^ ^, Tuat III, a serpent-god in the boat Herer. , Tuat XI, " Everlasting Set heh fire," a fiery serpent that destroyed all who tried to escape from the pits of fire. set, sti 0 w, /"*", Rec. 32, 67, to eject seed, to beget, to sow seed. Sti <a, U. 157, ^ ^ ^, to sow seed; Copt. erf". Sti ^ \\, title of the priest of Elephantine. set ö , thread, string, cord. H <^ set ^ u^, hairy tail; varr. I l^-)g=^. Sti <jE*Ü> the festival of the tail : see H CI^1 <^2£? sett 1 , to quake, to tremble; see CopL CTU3T" sett setti H 111 U. 491, N. 915, trembling, quaking. ,(](U ,A.Z- 1905, 19, the 11 leaping of fish. sta , to pull, to haul, to drag, to draw, to tow; see I ^ \s\* ~H\--*r j\ staiu ~D —ç-i ~D J^iii' those who bring along, towers of a boat. Sta -Qr ^, Mar. Aby. I, 45, a god of crzi c=. I ftAAAftA . stan-t , draughtboard (?) ; var. a. ftAAAftA stah stah-t s-tahen ^—° Rev. 14, 46, to reject, to cast aside. ==== Rev. 14, 46, refuse, o ' waste. 1, to make bright TOW or shining, to clarify; caus. of A x £^s ftAAAftA **, or stà -h- ] (|, p. 265, -h- "J (j j^, M. 476, N. 1244,154 ~^^û' the White Crown* S-t-àn """ Q ^ 1, Thes. 818, Rec. 16, o 1 ftAAWA I 106, a goose-god. Sti.... ^AA^flV&j.Amen. 10,8 c w StU %>, Tuat X, a light-god. —H— tXP -fl S-tUt v\ ((, to collect, to gather to- gether ; caus. of ^> v\ (j. S-tUt X^l' IV' 973, —-^ J, —h— c >R\ >P\ 1 a , 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 ; Thes. 1483, to compare in words ; caus. of ¥U steb J J {> a & 1 t0 enjoy, to relish ; var. —•♦— ^^ j. Step ~*~ r—s ^G Jl t0 select't0 choos£î o D" ' ^—s Tj' Copt. COOTII. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 629] step step , to cut, to cut off. stef £_ f+, Rec. 27, 83, ^o_ f+ I a t=t, foam, froth (of beer). stef lu- n\ a\\ cut, to slay for sacrifice. to stem a to hear; Copt. CUôTJUL) see setchem. Stennu ~H~Ö e, Edfû T> 77, a title of c ö t==t the Nile-god. s-ten ~cT "l il, IV, 350, ~o~ ö \ to distinguish, to make a difference between, to exalt: o <x 0 1 /WVAAA , making a difference between the languages of all countries ; caus. of /WYWA I Ö I I Sten taui o 1 <x vuj \ A.Z. 1872, 109, B.D. (Saite) 125, 62, a title of Thoth. Sten "~"~~ V > to slay, to kill. i=> ö \ StenÙ /j, the White Crown. s-tenem , B.D. 151, V, 3, to lead astray, to mislead ; caus. of \ steh V L_J o A _ZI ' o * " E /)' o , to split, to open. S-tehen —h— Il O wmm pSSSq } to sparkle, to twinkle (of stars), to scintillate, to make light ; caus. of A R WW c$wn or £=> 8 wmm Htjfjp. = Set, the god of evil. Setesh jJT I ; var. of IT I and ^ , the later .$, the god of evil. s-teken .A, to make to approach, to bring near; caus. of'vz^s.A. porters, those who bring in offerings, invaders. —H— ITT1 ■ —H~~ steg Im, oneself, to take refuge. seth /■*. {"*• see —»- seth-t basin ; plur. seth , to hide , to asperge, to pour out a libation ; ft- nnrn f Ö, libation ("£3, smell, odour, scent; the smell of flesh ; Copt. cf". <î. III seth _^> hair, tail. setha ^T Digitized by to tow, to drag, to pull, to lead. ^ j those who tow @ 1 ' the boat of Rä. IT1 sethaiut sethau ~~<£"" j corridors or passages through which s-tham boats are towed. 8 1 "l"i "' r n to dress, to clothe, dress, apparel, I ^""=^' garment; caus. _ *&^ £== Rec. 27, 86, to 0^^ («=0)' fecundate. s-tham sthar - &uH P J*,?»}, to lie down. Sethasiu 0. w , Tuat X, a class of beings on the waters of the Tuat. Sethu. ^k, Tuat VIII, a serpent-god. sethuit ^K M o ^ , cords, strings. sethep D e sethepu s-them to bandage; var. Microsott® 5V, to slay, to kill. □ jfa [ the slain in the ßjäl' Tuat. $, to wrap up in cloth, 2 R 3
s [ 630 ] S sethen _' ' " ' ' '_ AAA/SAA ' ' sethen i^fi, draughtboard (?) ; var. conspicuous, prominent ; varr. s-tuenP:l!W?ffl'Ebersl>ap- tinguish, to make a difference; caus. of sethen her sethenu s=> ö AA/WVA , to dis- <§>> of distinguished I ' appearance. distinctions, distinguishing qualities or attributes. """" ö U^, Denderah IV, 67, h. , Edfû I, 21, an ape- . Sethenu . AA/WVA (£ a sacred coffer at Denderah. Ö AA/WVA (~ Sethenu god—an associate of Thoth ; var. (I I */vw£ J J,. Sethenit s=* 1=^=3, Tuat XI, a group of AA/WVA I I I four goddesses—servants of Maât. Sethen-hat »-^, Tuat IV> a |od °J AAAAAA o I the bouth. , Tuat IV, I®, Tuat XI, Sethen-hath the name of a god in the Tuat Sethenu-tep (?) a group of southern god-kings s-thenem £^' s= ^'t0 turn back, to turn aside or away, to lead astray ; caus. of AA/WVA sether sether-t eyelashes (?) ; s-thehen k, to be shaken, disturbed. p 1, Rec. 30, 72, eyelids, », Hb. 209. , to sparkle, to scintillate, to coruscate ; caus. of g > R -www p||&]. s-thes ö^ L«0, a^-^, B.D. M 11 h Jl Ute) 140, 13, =>^| |, to exalt, to lift up ; fl8==s "jl QP, to raise a song of praise ; caus. of v|1. i—1 H— 11 h_ (I ^\ "~\ ' 'hose who raise songs of praise =5 I Jl il ! ' or recite words of power. sethes 2^, f^^' «IS *— '-J ^wv, what is supported or exalted, the ^ fl llll ' sky, heaven. sethes Shu S= jl ß Jr> sH ' what supports Shu (ß%Ol • sethesu Shu ~ (I ^ j ß^J, l^iß^|.B-D-is8u^thefour sethes tr— H— s-thes c=oo-a L-fl pports of Shu. Rev. 11, 119, a carrying ' pole, staff. , to unravel, to untie, to solve a difficulty ; caus. of r . —«— V ■'I s-theken II /VAftAAA A ' to penetrate ; C 1, to copulate ; caus. sethtà _3] (], P. 265, g=5] (] N. 1244, the White Crown of Upper Egypt. sethetch ~*~n-^=x(|, to burn ; Copt. set set mnD ", stone, flint (?) X ,. Pap. 3024, 79, * ^> X Edict 28, to break, to smash, to break ^p ^ -/l* open, to cut, to pierce. Set-t <=* L-J], breach, break. Set-qesu H =1 1 S Q% 1, B.D. 125, II, \> X NI J' ' a god of Hensu, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris; varr. X H set x X , my 1 x m n 111' N^, tail, rump ; A.Z. 35, 17, ix, the tail in the mouth; Copt. C£/r. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[631] Set ç=^:3, hair, fur, foliage of trees. set-t ~~** C\, <=^fi r, flame, fire; see set SEE!?, to sow seed : see jii (=0). set i, a strong smell, ©dour, scent, perfume; see Q. set 11 ', 11 a, to dress, to array in fine apparel. sett sta 1204, to quake, to tremble; Copt. CTUJT. ,Rec.34,177, IV, 614, to tremble, to quake stata *^; Copt. CXüOT. H stau , palsy, quaking paralysis. Sta-ta s-ta • û a set ah 28 stit =^= Tuat IV, god of I ss' earthquakes. , to lay, to place ; caus. of ß q. , Temp. Inschr. 79, \> , a parcel of land. f' 0 , bandlet, headcloth, kafîyyah, pagari. Stu " % 'S, to chew. <=^ Jl SEI stu \» s-tu stukh. ""* B.D. 64, 35 (Nebseni), oars (?) to make bad, to defame, ' to decry, to vilify ; caus. ™ to embalm, to mum- °' mify. steb ^ J ?• ^ J T-Amherst Pap. i, Peasant 50, B.D. 71, 3, bandlet, belt, girdle, hangings of a shrine, part of a square cloth, fringe. to chew food, to eat, to drink. S^eb J I, misery, trouble, disaster; S-tebeh ^^ J | *=-=• ^, to provide, to equip, to supply ; caus. of c^a J R 1 \. Stef ^p1 V , to cut, to slay. Tuat X, a mythological axe, from which proceed Netheth and Kenât. Stefiu , Tuat X, a group of gods of slaughter who fetter Äapep. stefu stef , to purify, to clarify. fetters, ropes of torture.! Stef «est, Edfû T> 8l> a titje.of th.c • *^ ' Nile-god. stemu steni[t] j B.D. 99, 11, edicts I ' for slaughter (?) , propçrty, wealth. ? /.'•''- . A.Z. 35', » uj, to clear a way. steh ^|^'%A-Z- 45, 13°. iv, 968, Thes. 1480, Pap. 3024,18, to humble, ' to abase, to push aside. ster \=*f steh s-tehen ning, storm ; caus. of to push open a door. , to lighten, light- stekh. s-teka &' to treat with drugs, to mummify. ^8 , to hide ; caus. of s -tega S Q, Metternich Stele .169, IV, 84, to hide, to hide oneself. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 R 4
s [ 632 ] S Stega-khatt ^ ^ l|^ ü OQ ° û Berg. II, ii, a form of Àment, as i i i ù££' hider of the dead. göf;ti ^^ Tuât XI, the name of a god ^ \\' in the Tuat. S-te^i —»— T7ÏÏ, to make permanent or durable ; caus. of ïï u \\. setch nlT â, A.Z. 1906,112,child, babe. Setchti5^'Nav-Lit6l,~2^ Rev. 11, 91, the two children, i.e., Shu and Tefnut. J\ to go, setchetch —*— "^^J0^ J\, form, image, to depart, to die; caus. of ^è\ _zr tas _i ft f\ ^s , IV, 1161, a J\ setchai-t —*- laughing matter, jest, joke setchai-t -«- Gates 128 setcham-t —« setchahui bones of Osiris. X g, Book of , hoe, hatchet. I <D , the two shin NN II Setchit^(l(lo,B.D.99,2I,akindeOf setcheb -—^ J J,-—^ J, Rec. 32, 80, 81, disaster, misfortune, calamity. setchef —h— ^"^ \v , to kill, to slay; see s-tchefa^;^,-^-^ l^v^, to feed, to provision, to supply, to pro vide for ; caus. of setchefa — *gv , food, provisions, supplies. Setchfit f1^ (3 C , Ombos I, 47, a hippopotamus-goddess. setcher a, . <5^J, Rec. 26, 229, & B.D. 89, 3, 166, 1, to pass the night, to lie down, to sleep. & ^ ! RD" 99. 22> o^i' the dead. setchru Setcheri-ur 0 & ^^j^)T.38o, a son of Nut. setcher —-— B L=/], Famine Stele 32, strong one, creator. setcher - ]=^ lvä7) to support, to bear <==> J ' up. IV, 259, dwelling, ' strong building. setcher —*— B* setcheh-t ^|^|, ^i jU e» shin bone ; dual "1-=^ ft ^K U 3, Metternich Stele 28, °l-=^ çjçj, Metternich Stele 158. Setcheh 0 °l*=^ | tmm, u. 542, T. 297, P. 236, a serpent-fiend. s-tcheser x=j? w.iv, 217, to beautify, to sanctify; caus. of -t*-^| \=J. Setchet-t —»— ~1 | il, fire, flame. Setch-ti n_~ ö Q J), Tomb of Seti I, fl Cl«**. Tuat II, one of the 75 forms of Râ I *\\V ' (No. 71). S-tchet-t -H-^l Qfi something pub- lished ; see M "^ ^a ^ >>> published ; I ^^ É, Israel Stele 1, things proclaimed abroad; III 6 l Q / Q O —H— Cff> A I \ n £ n et-=^ 0r ' ' *srael Stele 9> IO>t0 make a proverb of someone ; Copt. ^IUMcy. setchet-t , Rec. 2, in, tales, stories, sayings, speeches, addresses ; Copt. cy^ze. s-tchetef snare; caus. of ^=^1 r- ç.S , to wound, to s-tchetem Digitized by Microsoft ® Pap. 3024, 44 -
[ 633 ] fi s S fl = Heb. ©' and tt?. S II a causative prefix; var. —h—. S n=n/WjTJ], health, in the formula-?• JH. S II = su I ^è\, III, 142, absolute pron. 3rd sing. masc. ; compare Heb. fc^n. S, si II, l\\, pers. and absolute pron. 3rd fem. ; varr. —h— , ; compare Heb. NVT. S[a] IlM&, a man, person, body. S[a]neb H | V& ^-^, everybody. S, St,(?) P|, p ^ | = Àst, or Às-t jj^.Isis; Copt. KCe. S, Sa p A , p (] -A , P ^ , to go, to go away, to depart; Il (1 J\ f=^, to go up; Il (] J\ Ai , to go down. sa-t II o ^^, a kind of goose; plur. h^l ■ sa-ta I ^te ]j^ I , homage, praise, sa-t n^j? j£\ , N. 288A, a kind of bird. sa pÖ^^U-6l5>N. 162, Ö^j, A.Z. 1899, 45, (1 * Ä, A'Z- i9°°> 20, to break, 77 I | 21 to destroy, to constrain. sasa pépé^>pé^pél^> Êé^n, ééji, Rec. 9, 38, Jour. E. A. I I \w=iJ I I III, 104, to run against, to attack, to charge, to overthrow. S p Digitized by Microsoft ® Sa ïp, back, hinder parts (later Û, «HMIH», ^7 ); Copt CO.; ^|,f, ^ifl£$. IV, 968, ZJ^^TÖ, high-backed, haughty, proud; lcp with vb\ or J prefixed, after, in the following of (^ p Ö, ^ 0 A , Amen. 9,10) ; * tP, at the back of : <rr> * tP, li li as the result of; < sa tr1, back, Tp, towards, to the back of. 1 Tp, to turn the back in flight, to flee; A G 1 °°\ *. sa q£], A.Z. 1906, 130, a shrine or sanctuary in which a god or goddess was housed. sa, saut Jo^, Rec. ss, 69, 61 n~3, (3 c ^A' ^ttÖ' ^ttÖ' 'O'1 ^Ö'P^Ö-P*¥D.P*Ö ■=^,pén, iv, 840, pé^n> iv> I O l_t I _CEN^ "mum ^'N^^. M. 379, PA p^öi-pa^öm-p* ^0!' ^ ^ »Rec- 3°. i86>a waii> )Ws li III 1111 1111 walled building, fort, castle, fortified gateway. sa, saa Hé>P*M P*U varr. P*£ l, to know; unknown, unheeded, disregarded.
p s sau q£ &, IV, 969, Rev. 8, 73, [lqji [ 634 ] P sage, wise man, one who is educated. saàu Pé^^l^'^487'1^938' the wise, wise ones , N.II35, fà, wisdom, knowledge, learning. ocl, £>aa f1^^^. M.387, fltf^ Rec. 3i, 29,^^^, IV, 498, r^»P!A- , wisdom or knowledge deified. \\ I of the 3rd hour of the day. , B.D. 174, 16, a god in the Tuat. Sa !¥, U. 562, the magical strength of the god ©I. Sa neter M Y ]> the god's protection; ? nOI U. 562, "Governor of the god's pro- I I A I' tection." sa-Heru iq)^, ^^'^c]i <Q dawn, morning; compare Heb. Û^intiJ. ' saHer-t fliA^", AZ- I9°8' I7\an I "^ _)a*^ c amulet. sa f*=31 N 62c ^^^'^338,^ sa, sai pé"^^» Rec- 27> 57, [1 é 11 ï 21' Rec* I5' 39' ^ "o1 P*K£-P*M*&P*^ MP^é-^É'P*4 P*Qô'P*^M1fP*MI& \\tkM &, to be full, filled full, satisfied; P*$^tt*"-P*^* 000, T. 328, full, glutted; I i§ j^gf111 Pr^EI?!-^32'79'^: SSLi p lo> I Q Q ,°,» J°ur- As- l9°*> 274, Iq] n=n, Rev. 13, 7, satiety; Copl. cei. sau fl qj "^ ^ ^, Peasant 242, P* X\\^, Amen. 23, 15, \\ q$ ^^ satiety, fullness, drunkenness; I çp \v\ N^ \\ gl , Amen. 25, 8, drunken men. sa-t H qj » <|\ , IV, 1182, satiety. sa-t 61 Q , offerings of food. 1 9 1 1 1 p^.é^.p*k^ H qj <g\ ^^ 1, evil, scorn (of a god), moral weakness or evil ; var. ^^ "^^s.. sait H q£ "|\ (](] ^P , weakness. Sau 11 [qJ <K\ .^^ $&, corruption, decay. sai-â © 0 \\ pé^^Ti'•I,•,I,6B•54• sai-ä P* Amen. 21, 4, to be weak or helpless. ^s—*lg>, IV, 1078, •;^M4^PéM -o-^ r 1 n i\ Vw> weak-armed, a useless man. ^s6 Vw-/1 U 2ÜL Sa (?) Iq] «S3>., a mythological crocodile. sa ' "O1 J^^' Rec- l6' I31' tress> hair' sa Pé ^27, ^27, >^27 ■■g^ra ^£7, the name of the 14th and 17th days of the moon. Digitized by Microsoft ®
sa- sa P -t(?) R "o> ..., Sphinx 6 [ 635 ] S P ^ !k 1' E"a (Saïte)'I7'37't0 burn/ Sa-ba M¥ Sa-t sa~tj saa the name of a fiend. ° one of the 36 Dekans ; * ' Gr. -Eptv. "ff. ;, pä /^a 0. ^ © 8. 8. £ 8, 1 1 1 g£i ^sbs. ^\ ^Ir handlet, tunic, garment, cloth, mummy swathings, apparel. a plant or seed used in medicine. saut 1 qj ^£%° « °, N. 813 Saà H ^ ^\ (J, U- 38r, the name of a ^ .m H god made by Geb. saà-t e Û 2 ' é û Q > dirt' filth- Saâpà £j |eD|e|; Rev- "; lSl saàr [1 ^ ^ (j ^ ^, something bad or evil/ fi é ^ 1 <=^ ^ ^ Ç' Peasant 136, lack of water. saàru [1 é j^!)<=-^^^> 1 [A ^\ /) "vT* ^ V& extortioner, op- ® A H ^ . . . ST pressor. s-àakhu fl^^,M. iolP^J], P- 176, P2|' P^' t0 gl0rify' t0 make bright or shining, to praise, to recite formulae of praise, to do good to, to perform rites ; n (j, P. 66, M. 195, N. 34, pii2/e| good things or qualities. s - àakhut n glorifications, songs of praise, formulae recited for the benefit of the spirit-souls of the dead. sàat reduce; var saàsi 1 j^ %*' t0 make weak' t0 ■MS ' w speech (?) ûigffîzeà oy Microsoft® saâbu é ^^ ïk^ GoL 6> rr> loaf> 1 -**-* Jl 111 cake. Rec. 4, 26, a kind of crown. Saar IqJ *** XV \ V& |, Harris 76, 9, name of a tribe or people ; compare Heb. "Vyfe?. saär Ö "T^-^^T, «g» —ai ^5, Anastasi III, 6, 9, vegetable growth, underwood, a kind of plant (?) saârtâ tà)^, ?~}!)^ hair of an animal, goat's hair; Copt. COpX ; Heb. myto. T-; - saârisa fi ^(|(| $ ^ ^, Rec. h, 180, soldier's pike; Gr. aâpiaa, hat, sarlsa(-issa). sai fi Sau __, sixty; see the pun "o1 mft in A.Z. 1905, 27 ; Copt. ce. S-au [)/^^,Peasant272,[l/^^^, IV, 618, caus. of /^ Vi ' toextend» to make wide or broad, to rejoice. s-au àb (hat) p ^ %\ ®, to make glad the heart, to rejoice. s-au p ^ A c^» R 46s' f^A («==0), N. 1107, to masturbate. 1/2^'^ Thes. 1296, to watch, oûj?"^' to guard. I fi V£\ >P\ vor^, beam of wood, pillar, post, pole; see Z. \s\ ^. Sau, sau-t "o1 , Treaty 17, 61 : , y ^?^» "O1 %?^l, A.Z. 1905, 26, 27, 1913, 14, absolute pron. 3rd sing. sau £eu° -e° -*^ e^ gold. r w sauababa f f) ^ ^ ^L ^,. Anastasi I, 23, 4, to withdraw, to shrink back, to return; compare Heb. IIA Syr. — à», Arab. 15. sau sau r»:' ^w^' w 1\\-«' °' é w!' é „flll |A ^ „ Rechnungen 67, vessel, a Sau HÏ .. Ö, moist substance (?)
s [ 636 ] ^utpA^T>toquake,tÄid0 ^' P î J "fc*'jackal; plur- P î J ^ i; var- P 'f J"W Sabu âmiu she en ânkh m ? J % ■^i^^fT-TuatIV'thejackal- gods of the Lake of life. A 7T n AA/WVA Sab It J AAAAAA, Rec. 29, 157, to melt away, I I «All AA/WVA to drip away (of the body in the earth). aabn PU m 'Hh-269 sab-t q£ saba 0 Rev. 12, 117, hill, mm) ' mountain. £ <$\. enemy, wicked man. , Anastasi III, 12, 2, Harris I> 37A> 7> bush, thicket, vine, berries : compare Heb. riTÛiy the supposed singular of 0^7_lttj. sabar é J "%& ^\ XX ^ , Anastasi IV, 13, 1, P.S.B. 13, 412, a liquid made from the same (?) Äp, Rev. 13, 3, to smile, to laugh; Copt. 21 (' OJO&i. Q V I /zfc ' ' *°es' enermes- sabU P^^11T'Rev-13'23' reed; plur. [1 J ()() | ^; Copt. CH&I. sab— PTiTVPTlTlJifr Amen. 27, 17, friend, companion ; Copt. cy&ep, çy$Hp. A mistake for smer H ^ tjS^* Ä ^S. Sabs p^ J H, B.D. 144, the herald of the2ndArit;varr.^pJ^\J,^[l sap-t Pé n H"LD% 111 Rec. 30, 68, a plant. Sapt-khenti qâ /W™A *, I { I d \> (w), Tombs Seti I, Ram. II, one of I *A/V\AA N the 36 Dekans; Gr. Sttt^^; n° w - ; *, m: nD • a*, Ci /VA/WSA N 00 W /VA/WSA '>Ç' Ö © Saparar ? J^ JJ |. ^- III, 146, 14, a Hittite king ; . in cuneiform Shu-ub-bi-lu-li-u-ma. Sapathar q$ P* I M*' 1 1/^*?^ <^^>*1 ft« Mar. Aby. II, Text 5, D a Hittite chief. , Khnemuhetep 206; , P.S.B. 12, 88. W sapa read I IqI Sapertargessu qJilD^ 1$0 ^ safit fi w Rev. 14, 21, o ' sword. s-am U-fl, V to seize, to grasp; caus. of L-fl. sam n \\ S, wild bull ; fem. Sam-ur s-am to burn ; caus •"^y- Sam-ba ,T.2 73, , T. 359 ; see Smâur. , Hh. 521, to kindle, , "Fiery soul "—the name of a fiend or devil. samut é^t'Pé hair, locks, tresses. o ^ samana é a, é\ @ C3, a disease. Digitized by Microsoft ®
w [ 637 ] k*1 à Samârtasa é i , L.D. III, 165 (read «o1 Ö 1 jAj, Alt. K. 782), a rebel chief or king. samâktà é t\ °"| ()^^, Rechnungen 59, A.Z. 1909, 86, P.S.B. 19, 263, Jn> 1\ ° ^ %\ ^^ Pr0P> suPP0rt> balk ^ ^ J? ' of timber. samis 11g\ f\ f| A M ^ ; see sems. saninis P? AA^wjjjjfaAA^wAAca in^rx/wi, A.Z. 51, 70, kinsman; Gr. avyycin)*. f_ AAAAAA <; ~^ sanre y , , , { ^[> Harris 37A, 2, R AAAAAA ^—^ y ■t? nU., Hearst Pap. n, 9, a plant. 1 111 \\ iii' r y P AAAAAA <T sanràa tP 1 1 1 1 1 P AAAAAA <; sanrua "o1 I M I I (I 4, 5 sar é , to go (?) sar-t Pö^^Ö!'wall(?);see sar P* ^ , Rec. 26, 231, I q£] , to act wisely or honourably, honour, good disposition (?) right-mindedness (?) ; plur. P*Ä ^ 1 > n> 129; -^n é Xvâr' Heruemheb 3, irrational. sar-t H ^ <=^^\ il, iv, 1183, H ^ 2>P.AT>IV>67>éVT^ IV, 160, Thes. 1282, P Ö "^^ ^ ^ !> IV, 481, P * understanding (?) ; V^ ^\ gf I, honour, 1 "q^ o ft\ ^ J, Heru- emheb 11, a reasoning intelligence. sar flr^^^^, Pap. 3024, 28, (1 & y\ "^é, t0 rï° wrong' t0 act with per- | <Jg> 0^ ^è0 > versity. Digitized by Microsoft® saru |1 $ ^*^\ "^^, a perverse man; plur. f1^^^^^,', [1 $ ^" ÛÛ % X\^^ ^ ! °PPressors or oppressed, 11 -ZI u -ZE^ zl 1' perverse men, sinners. Sariu Pé^ll^^âl- B.D. 64, 17, a group of gods sar-t fl varr. i^p T. 80, N. 612, cake, loaf(?); , u. 205, p ^ ^ ° > M. 233. (?)' (?) water plant ; Copt. CoX (?), Gr. capi. ***'* P Ö V T ^ . IV> 543, grain. O ^i^Vi sarsar ra <r> G$ ^p» , Love Songs 1-1 \\ ^ \\ 1 1 1 D 2> 5> twigs, branches. sar é <==> Ä^ ö , a kind of drink. 1 1 n 111 sarpatà é 4>^^)() $, Love Songs 2, 8, a plant; compare Heb. T31D thorn plant, Isaiah lv, 13. sarem é <==> f\ ö , sediment» dregs, 1 I _B^ 111 lees. <Z> AA P <^> /^\ AAAAAA sarem c& it=t, ra AAAAAA. 1 I 'Il AAAAAA AAAAAA aaaaaaj torrent, water flood. AAAAAA é Sarem iA /—, I I var. 1, Edfû I, 78, a title of the Nile-god. sarkh é<^>0rx ,*ec- 32, i8i, to 1 1 \\LJ destroy, to waste. Sarqit (1 q£ "^ggp o, Tomb Seti I, a star-goddess in the northern sky. sarqu é<^^^CSf1, Alt. K. 801, I I snow ; Heb. ^tÖ, Syr. ^Ai.Arab. Ï? sartit é _2S& <=> wn^û' Y 1 w o '«ss^^ Rev. 6, 26, to cut and gather ^ Ç yj' wheat ; Copt. CpHT.
s [638] S p sartïuts q$ Copt. Cat. = Gr. <rr/>aTtwT«ç, commander-in-chief, general Peasant 20, a in' plant sahu fleura ^&, ahhPM^^'todisgust'to ra cause loathing; caus. of n é ^m,'toe'finger(?); p,ur- p 0 !3? Reo. 29, .5o,pé^KU r:.p*-kJ[VU!'PöW ^pidv^p^y^v N. 902, Rec. 3i, 170, fl ^ ^ j( ^D , Pap. 3024, 152, |4^, p é ^j( 14^' , 1 'js'jI > to approach, , Shipwreck 34, ibid. 178, %% fc_fl, |j to draw near to, to succeed in acquiring, to reach land, to land from a boat, to acquire, to possess. sahsah % % % \, to approach. •**u7^p*$j£7:. Peasant 326, to reach the shore, to land. sah-t •ml)^iv,1„1,i^^^fl^ I ttj = Amstasi I, ,4,1,14^, fl^. \lt- P Ö ^ I - IX. hoMmg, possession, landed property, estate, allotment, site of a temple, homestead, vicinity, environs, neighbourhood ; plur. I qj J\ | JJJ^ ^ \>, T. 18, «^ \> ^, P. 573- sahu-ta(?) Pé^j[14^â Love Songs 2, 10, [1 ^ $^14^|| I H neighbours, the people on a farm or homestead. a wooden object, paddle (?) pole (?) Sah *jJn,U. 221, 5i6.pj«n *>T.349, P. 77, 648, fl «^ * , M. 704, fl é ^J*. T. 3^8, P^J "^D*. N' 2°> Pé^J ^^,M.746,N.9I7,ii56,p^^^, p- 719, P é ^ $ ^ ^ » Rec- 26> 229, 27, 22!, 32, 84, I4*, pré ^K*$*> ^^'^^ Thes. 82, Orion, one of the 36 ******* ' Dekans. P*$JMHt.P*MH3*Bi- , Rec. 31, 174, the goddess of Orion. sahu p é "^ $^. Rec- 2°> 42, p ^ ^ ^14 fl!> Property. sah I4 ^p5,> title deeds (?) Digitized by Microsoft® Sahit % % Tuat HI) a goddess in the Tuat -*-\' with her face turned behind her. ^!'Pé^l^l4^li.N-Âm- 27, 21, the star-gods in the constellation of Orion. Sahu XII Ptf^JH*^,. B.D. 64, 22, the 12 stars of Orion. Sah p q£ ? =133^ ^ W , the boat of Osiris. *, Rec. Sah-t-ni (?) "-S 31» J7i Sah-en-Mut-f P é ^ $ 14 F B.D. 125, III, 30, the door ' fastening of the Hall of Maäti.
n s [ 639] S n s-akhakh [1 %® ^ _T?, [1 r£ ^p, P. 427, M. 611, N. 1216, to blow (of flowers), to burst into flower; caus. of sakhit fft o, Rev. 14, 16, impudence, arrogance; Copt. CUJCy. Sakhiu Nlk^M-P w Pkü^ %>WA, B.D. 64, 8. s-akhefkhef 31, 14, to burn up, to consume; caus. of Sakhmit-urr-peh(P) P ^ ^ 0%^ ^> P«, a wind-goddess. sakhniu ^ g f)!)2}}!!' suPPorts> legs of a chair or throne, the four pillars of heaven. sasnà i^p (| <2 Ö, to anoint. saskut a seed used in medicine (?) , Peasant 21, s-ash , IV, 420, to praise; caus. sash-t (shas-t) P iq)00^, Rec. [l^c. 31, 27 =C30 sasher-t f1 > "o> r-^-i U. 205, saq I VS. It O C=D' ^O PÉL^^S,, u. 185, fltf N. 624, a fire offering of meat and bread. lé !^n> t- 370,377, p. 683, ^^n. t. 287, fi é^, n. 126,1258, lé^(),M.447,pé4,N.885, [1 £ 1^ 4. Rec- 31, 18, "a? P* saq-t I qj to collect, to gather together, to assemble. P. 204, assembly, _.. gathering. DigiiueQ^oy A saq hat P Saq baiu (I £ ^ ^ | <0 to collect the I ' wits or senses. • I m !• J J B.D. 58, 4, X22, 2, a title of the I ' divine ferryman IJerfhaf. Saq hâ «*r=>. ÇÇÇ (j, "Gatherer of members"—a title of Osiris. .A ^H\*-L\HX>\H a e n to act with severity or violence, to be strict, to be severe, to behave haughtily. saqi saqaiqa-t ^^(j^ Songs 4, 3, claw-sheath. saquti I qj , a violent man. \> I , Love Rec. 19, 92, to burn, to scorch. Pé A^ W w , eLj. sculptor; plur. A o <2 \\ L_J Saqnaqait é A ^^^J. RD- 164, 5, a fire-goddess, a Sudani form of Sekhmit- Bast-Râ. s-aqeh [1 É> J, P. 707, P^jü^*-*. to produce, to hes\r, to carve ; caus. of aqeh sakaà é ^^* jfc^ (je: ^jj, a man given to quarrelling. sak-t é^D. Ö^S—fl$, fight, strife, a fighting man. warrior, soldier ; plur. I x^ ^^^p5 ' @ cJfc- U-fl^ j; see also [1^^=^(|(| c^L-fl^. sakaà "o1 ^z^^KX U ö »p, an official. sakamâ(?) "o> «—-^ i\—'*&' a kind of bird. sakut é ^ ^, young asses ; SS" ... ö«l ûSiii CHX. Microsoft ®
s [ 640] S saker é §3 £), soldier(?> wArî°r' i (ô .*>" fighter. sag é ffi *&, Rec. I, 46, é S *^L *&, foolish man (?) ; Copt. CO (TT saga "o1 ffi "^ ^ -A, Anastasi i; 23, 2, to march, to walk, to wander. saga "O1 ffi ^^ Anastasi I, 25, 6, hair-cloth ; Copt. COK, COOK. sagabin(?)éffi'^J^^ Tk , Anastasi III, 3, 7, pool (?) lake (?} sagartha éa^^j wooden weapons, spears (?) ant H ^k ° /& t0 weaken, to be weak ; "M'LI caus.(?) Satà p ^ ^| (j, U. 534, T. 298, Satàrna "o1 IQ'^1^!^ J),A.Z. 1880, 82, a king of Mitanni and a father-in-law of Âmen-hetep III; Tell al-Amarna, Shut-[tar-na], 1 1 1 Berl. V.A. Th. 271, obv. 18. satekhta (?) c$ 1 ° v ' ^ O111 823, an article of furniture. •,Alt-K. to bring, to carry. sathp^-fl^. barge for stone, lighter. [I Iq> ^ s=5| I) 3^ ' N- 23>the g°d of Sebut> the " jackal of the South." sa* P "o> ^Ç' P é Ç> t0 tremble, to quake, to be terrified, terror. sa« pé^^f^»Rec-34, 177, to quiver, to be weak ; Copt. CXOOX. sat pé festival ; var. p q£ ^ 1 a ii the name of a monthly satem P^rkf Rev. 15, 19 1^^'t0gr°W- satertà "o" c:^ (1 (j crm, Alt-K. 827, colonnade, storey of a house (?) ; compare-Heb. nVTtp, 1 Kings vi, 9. S-atch P^Y(, T. 331, U. 624, P é \Ov Ty,T. 337, P. 818, to make to be green = P "Yl » M. 244, p J, N. 622, p •£] V), M. 245 ; caus.of||,^|. SatCh P^> P^^V monthly festival ; plur. I \\ ^^. sâ I (j = 1= l\\, pers. pron. 3rd sing. fern. Sa p (j, man, person = vj£ ; y l\ ^=^, Metternich Stele 18, everyone. Sa n/)^- fir®] RD- z42» m> 36, a 1 □ SLlL^J' town of Osiris. Sa P h .A, to go ; var. P J\. Sài p (j 'A , III, 143, to come. sasa K)|K)y,,Rec.29,I5o,n(|(l()^, A.Z. 1900, 36, to hasten \\ Sài 11 (I ~ _A, to diminish, to decay. Sà-t p(j J, p(j o (var.<5*), th( "Ram"—one of the 36 Dekans, beads. saa 1^œ'p-82'm-ii2'R \, to knojv. sàa-t 11 [\ <£\ '""' , N. 803, wisdom, know- ledge ; var. I i^p >K\ • . Saa hat ^éh^S ®, IV, 97i,Thes. 1481, knowing of heart, i.e., wise. Sàa ^m ^s\ öj, a form of Thoth. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[641 ] Sàa M. 12, 1 ,^^Ä -%' u* 439' T* 25°' N. 114, émq , Nesi-Âmsu 32, 1, B.D. 17, 63, 116, 6, 136B, 12, 169, 19, the god of knowledge and intelligence. Sàa ■■=Ta $ Ombos I, 186-188, one of ÎU ' the 14 Kau of Râ. Sàa-àbu (?)-tchär-khatiit 7^ , B.D. 125, 111,36, the doorkeeper of the hall of Maâti. Sàa-Âmenti 1 (j 1jj\ ^m A&. 0, u. 396- Sàa-Âmenti-Râ u. 396, [1 !\ ^ !74i i5» agod; var. Sàa-Hera- 143, a form of Horus, sàa-t 1 f\ saaa .'• m , serpent. , Ombos I, , Amen. 3, 2, 23, 2 = /^m (I (I -Q^-, to know. Sàat-t(?) PÛ'^0^^', Ebers Pap. 38, i, to be oblique-eyed, to squint (?) sàa ^^a "^^ê. , weakness, badness, evil ; var. -a-t(l^«,(l^^,N.954l *n f"';"i . n-£k^ ^ma Ts\ | r> cloth, stuff, loincloth ; var. I \0\ . sàa-t , B.D. no, 36, a garment of Râ. sàa é^m \\ , £^m \\ fà , a seed Jä&iii _^^. SI m' or fruit used in medicine; ^^& v\ Qu ^Xü sàa of the South =«^Cf ^m' B.D. 99, 19, the city ' and city-god of Siut. sàa of the North Sàa Sàait 1 (? (j "^\ f* , the form of Hath worshipped at Lycopolis or sâai j^^i to know by sight, to recognize. sàau ret [1 (j ^ ^ ^ J ^, Heru- sàtef Stele 115, a class of infantry. saabfiy^.fiy^.fiyijij^, Pt-fcSv^.PfJ^^. -"takes for P Ï J "^ = f11 J "^; COmPare Heb-3^î • Sàabàu Pf J^^l."16^; Saab 17K j l+\, a castrated animal for sacrifice; plur. 0 TC J (j(j o tf-^j 1, B.D. 69, 13 ; Copt. cMe. Saab j 17K ]|^X, reeds, marsh plants. Sàamiu p^a ^ (]() ^ | j, a class of hairy fiends. S-àakhu [1 ^ ® ; caus. of^ @. For other examples see p. 635, A. !£■ ^°$'P1!^'che:uer,cie- ceiver. trickster, swindler, impostor. «f P1Kk*dl-PAk 1, B.D. 90, 3, 9, a group of gods. Digitized by Microsoft ® Sàater (?) ^m<=>, Ombos 1,73,a god of agricultural produce. s-àath P^«.^-^-^ s-àat pf]^^. P1"kÇ> paralyse, to cripple. sàtti I (j 00 yf' destroyer, waster. statt to p()^T^7I'Nesi- Amsu 32, 23, "Earth-destroyer"—a form of Aapep. S-àâ 1(1 /"A » u- 2I3> ^/\> U- 565» l(j o, P. 601, P(j^, P- 694, P (j ü £^, P. 381, I (j 0, to make to enter, to store up, to advance on a road. 2 S
p s [642 ] S n var. S-àâ 1 (j. a r\[} T. 268, to introduce; 111 0, M. 427. ^^ Hh. 385, a sailing, o ' an advance by boat. s-àâr-t 0(1 Sàu [1 () ^, P. 42, [1 ^ ^, N. 29, to lead; var. (] |1 ^A^, M. 62. S-âufl^, |1()£^,T. 191, N. 1288, P ^ ^ > I> 78, P £& \ \, Rec. 27, 219, p &a ^» p âçA ^ ^'t0 Proclaim»to cry out, to complain, to curse, to vilify, to calumniate ; var. , P. 676. Sàu fl^A^^^ j, Rec. 27, 219, a group of gods in the Tuat. /WWW jQ H jTj ww« ga} to drink ; see ^=t gfo. /WWW /WWW /WWW Sàu fl /) %\ i=r R 6l3> Pool, lake, drink- I iJr ' ing trough. Sàu p(]^7WM,T. 315, [1|)§, Metter- nich Stele, a mythological serpent. saunu /www (2 III Copt, coxerrr, cotïï ; see , wages, hire, price; 1^ * ni /WWW < <äK' U I fl S-àur n^çA, M. 587 (var. P%<r>, P- 410), P^A^J, P%^^4 to make pregnant; caus. of jgA; Copt Ü5, (JO(JO. saur /WWW /WWW 1 /WWW 1 /WWW /WWW ?"^ /WWW /WWW /W/WAA Amen. 12, u, to drink. Edict 26, to submerge, to plunge. S-àb H Û fl AM ^w *& Rec. 26, 28, to I . I •*£) y) /www 3**M thirst; caus. of (1 J <&; Copt. ei&e. Sàb pjj J JJ, fiend, enemy. sâb-t p (] J^,» PIJ ^> strife> enmity (?) s-àbki p (] J ^ (| (j ^, B.D. 145, vu, 46, to make to weep, to grieve. s-àp 1 n ®-, Rec. 2i, 14, p (1 _ , no D nf^ "^ nD ~^^ to revise, to inspect, to check accounts, to examine or enquire into, to make a scrutiny, to audit, to test, to visit in order to inspect, to commit to the care of; caus. of (I • Sàpi 1 (j Ü ÛÛ 1 1 ' Q D.^\ inspector. sâpikebenti P f) °-^ J ^ "W- inspector of the fleet. Sàpti p (j J^^p, P f) D^ j] j, inspector. Sàp-t pf°||, ml fl^c^, I [I \\ , inspection, revision, investigation, visitation (of a temple), enquiry, list, copy. Sàp-t ur-t the great examination, i.e., the Last Judgement. Sàp p(JD^, p(]^^,Berg. 49,,Exa- miner, Inspector—a name of Osiris ; his judgment hall. sapu divine examiners, inspectors or judges. Sàpit If]111 *QT, B.D.G. 1323, consort of N Râ of Sais, -»- f ^ § - to build, to set in order. sàf pi] name of the moon on its 10th day. . to pollute ; Copt. Cooq", fs=fäi C(JO(Joq. ^27, the sàfu Arab. ^_iH sàm 1 (j *^ ^\^ sword ; Syr. nr*«K « /v> ' y F~— fffr ' darkness (?) rain-storm. Digitized by Microsoft ®
n [643 ] S n s-am I (V to make oneself pleasant, to ingratiate, to show oneself gracious, to heal ; caus. of (I £ ()• sàmài [^^Jl'IlHâ' Rev* I3' 3°' demand, protest, objection, opposition. ' Sams P T n>^^, club, cudgel. s-àn|l(] ^ , T. 512, p. 204,700, I (J ^ A, Ü. 371, M. 213, N. 684, I (J Q)P. 688, 1 Q ^ A, Rec. 29, 145, H ft ~™"} ibid., 30, 1 ftAAAftA I O.A 194, P û é&~°, H û <W, Sphinx Stele 11, 1 ftAAAftA ftAAAftA ftAAAftA Vu I ftAAAftA V^ -" ] V\ advance quickly, to run, to hasten ; I (J <^*° A , to hasten the steps. I [1 /vw*a f A, Rec. 15, 179, I (J 1 ftAAAftA 1 s-ann ö> A •f1 «0o>^ , to run, to hasten. sànu P j\V&V&V&, Methen, AAA, N. 29, 659, 788, n , P. 700, I M <C«Q Q VS\ j runners, bearers, porters. 1 /VA/VAAA TT III W Sàn-t P ft /w^A^A U^, a light swift boat; plur.nQ^àrçg.Rec.4,27. I ftAAAftA I I I 1\ sàn en Uatch-ur ftAAAftA ° I ^=f ^ Salt Pap. 825, the dolphin or sea- <rz> ww*' bull of the Mediterranean. sau <o< x I fl /\, Thes. 1206, I ftAAAftA ö,ö^tj>n(|ö.j|Min(|ö>o« /VA/VAAA // I ftAAAftA || ij I ftAAAftA ' W ■ J J I I ftAAAftA »> .-Al I ftAAAftA 1 «O L_J], 1 (J (^*Q C3, to rub, to rub in an unguent I ftAAAftA or medicament, to apply an unguent, to smear, to anoint, to salve, to rub down, to crush grain. sànsàn I (I ~ I \\ O r, P. 777; var. of Ö P Ö p<^ ftAAAftA I I _ ftAAAftA } P. 661 , M. 7 72 sàn àb P /] t^*° C3 ^ t0 anoint tne heart, I ' i.e., to flatter (?) ;àn P ft Ö» I 1 ftAAAftA ;nts. P4 san 11 [|*=«—", iv, 1207, p Q «Q° O, oint ftAAAftA 1 /WWV\ III ments, unguents. (I ^ s, Rec. 31,29, O /VA/VAAA y£ 1 ftAAAftA I I ftAAAftA IS I V I lU 1<CC3= nQOO, nQ"^s, earth ftAAAftA I ^ I ftAAAftA HI 1 «O ill used in sealing, clay. sànàp Q ÛÛJliA, flu Û«B=SS= WWV\ II U I Sil 1 I I I I & Jour. As. 1908 passim, knowledge; Copt. 0?' COOYH. Sànu-t I (I ftAAAftA 0 j the name of a serpent on the royal crown. sanu ftAAAftA Ö \ /\AA/W\ Ö (2 ftAAAftA Ö ^—.price ; seep Ä,ö^ San-nu PQ|-%> M. 480, two; var. of| = ^,P.267,P| = ^,N.I248. S-ànti II /vw*a E J\} Rec. 24, 164, to fetter. I o W sàr àb I ft <=> O, U. 172, to sadden (?) Sàrit I ft ft ft To, fan, umbrella. Sah 11 ft ft fc*? > nobleman. sâkHi P () ÏJL' Rhind PaP- festSl Sàs(?), SU(?) [1(] [1, ]]], six; [[jo, m . , III III ^k I |||'w^^27 f r . = = u,sixth: <w^ _ ,festival o' '^S7'^£7 III o O ofthe6thday;plur.|||o@Q|M;Uc^ = =, house of the greatest of six ; Copt. COOT, cex. sàs P ft P" l| , E E JI \ Rec. 27, 226, six-threaded stuff. S-àst PH|,P. 67, N. 35, to occupy a seat. Sàsh P ft ^^, N. 754, offering (?) Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 s 2
p s [ 644 ] S s-àq caus. of sàsh-t [1 (j ", N.646 = p (j M. 124, offering (?) Sàshesa (1 (j 00 (1 ^ *^t. J^f N. 975, a god who made the ladder that reached from earth to heaven. > sàq p!)^|L-Zl, [l^S-fl, \U\* f , to carve, to model. L—ù sàqti I (j o £_J1, sculptor. , Peasant 295, to destroy; 1 \^, L.D. III, 140B, p (j <f>^. Rev. 6, 23, to make perfect ; caus. of (I j . sàka fl()^^^ B-D- I7> 34 (An5) Sàken 11 () ^"^ %s, to destroy, to ruin. I 1 /wwv\ S-àgeb H (j ? j=r, to flood, to deluge ; fv n WW*, caus. of || - AAA/S/VA • I Vj aa/wva 4 A4 or Sàt M (j S, something foul(?) -« P^l. P»; p^ PAk^-Pik:*-**-* cuti0„er;pIur.p(j^^|!,p()o^ ^ J^ ^ j> gods who slay. \\U' exe- s-àti s-àth w , to prove, to show ; caus. S^p ; caus. of âthi S=ô=J ^p(]T'P^.running sat [u of the ear(?) ^ -f J-, a kind of bread offering (?) ; , a kind of bread-offering (?) s-àt, s-àat ,... _ , ^w , to make weak, to reduce. Sàti R (I c=> ^jt l_==ß> headsman, execu- I 1 \\ Ji ' tioner. to rebuke, to punish, overthrow. s-àttip(Q(]^, S-àten I U ^~^> to transfer; caus 1 /VSAAAA A ofàtenQ^^l. Sàtohti p (j "*""» §1, A.Z. 1900, 20, child s-âaiPZ;Mfl>IV'6,2'E n o 1 I n , A.Z. 1900, 20, , Rec. 11, 165, to magnify; caus. 1 ' p r^i q 'Rec* 2°' 4°'iarge ; ^, Love Songs 7, 7, |1^||(], magnified. of years and dignity, a notable ; plur. I , a man I ; sàau [1 0\^, Hh-783' P' sj^^-, Rec. 30, 66, planks or beams of a ship. P. 297, a set of four jars for libations or purifications. sâam n .k<&- n .k* /V. j Love Songs 7, 7, Rechnungen 78, a plant TT I ' which has grown on a tree. ■^é., fatigue, evil, misery'. S-âb (for S-Uäb) P n JXf, P. 297 6i2> Pî*Ç J-p-ii2' P—"K"N- 8° P--?ClN'343,p--?Cj^P to purify, to cleanse; caus. of uâb f 1 /www. I -=3 /VAAAAA s-âb P-J«. to beautify, to decorate caus. Sâbu H a J # jl 1, Festschrift 117, n, beauties, decorations, ornaments, jewellery. Digitized by Microsoft®
p s [ 645 ] S P sab sab [L sab fl. sâbi fl s-âp caus. of s-âm of- (^3) a kind of fancy mi' bread. n -J? QJ^Jj, to castrate; Copt.cfL&e. JJ^i'0X' C°PL ce&*- „(]/)/) A.Z. 17, 57, to be ready Jill ' or prepared (to fight). , to make to advance, to fly (?) ; D.A or D.A Ü I 7 > to make to eat, to feed ; caus. [ft, to swallow. s-am n ■kM-P- to swallow, to absorb, a swallowing or bolting of food. samm in p. ÏAI-P- I, swallowers, devourers. sam sâm in P- with gold ; s-äma a plant or flower. , IV, 711, inlaid: , with lapis lazuli; t^f>S5n, ffas W, with leather (?) \A/\AA V , to make to swallow ; caus. 1 S-ân I /vwwv, to turn back ; caus. of */wwv. A- s-an P , to beautify ; caus. of sann II (©, to bind, to tie, to twist. I /VA/WSA S-änkh R ■?-, Hymn Darius 42, [1 d-?- ©•Pt ®-Pt© IPfS-Nistasen Stele 40, to feed, to nourish, to support, to bring up, to nurture ; Copt. c&.«&.itcy, cy«&.rcecy. S-änkh àb H ■?• ®t to vivify the heart, to inspire courage. sänkhu I ■¥■ y>$P Peasant 22I> sustainer, vivifier. Digitized by Sânkhiu |1 -^ O 3 !, Rev. x4, 59, the gods who sustain life. --a^PïS-Pï-Pf7'PÏ - , to carve a life-like image or statue, ^/ r~ w "7 to commemorate the dead by making a statue. sänkhi (1 ■?■ ? 5 sculPtor> engraver, Por- I I ' trait painter. Sänkhi-khaibitu fl ^îîl*, Berg. 23, a bird-god who revivified dead human shadows. nyy n 3 , to make strong; caus. of s-ântu H "^3^ ^\ ^Ê,) H zz£ "^,, iv, 269, to destroy ; caus. s-âri |1 a £55, iv, 753, Rec 34,182, Sphinx Stele 3, I «EEEI -A, Rec. 32,80, IV, 897, .—. ■&■ l<—>, Rev. 12, 62 (var. P-toP: w ***, IV, 966,.(l^^£5ä, P^%5, to bring, to bring-up; I <==> *" n 1479, to present petitions. Ill , Thes. sâri-t sarm jTU, approach. PI J\ n .MM porters, carriers. Sârit maât c* .A ^ 423, the name of a building. n , bringers, ,IV, Sârit A A ^ T) IV, 270, the name ^^(tfV of a goddess. Sâr-neb-s fl °i/\i of the 2nd hour of the night. fl%S I, the name s-ar f\ to make a fire to burn, I <rz> -A '^' to make an offering. Sâr fl ^, Rev. 12, 91, a plant; Gr. sari anpi, Lat. saii (Pliny, N.H. 13, 23, 45). Sâr p D^,A.Z. 1899, 15 IV, 635, a pitcher and ' stand ; compare Arab, j •. S-ärq n^^!c=^:, Dream Stele 36, fl <cz> I —<^ Rec. 10, 61, to make an end of, to -. ^ > .,_- finish. MlZr&JOft® 2 s 3 »P:
p [646] S P «ïâh R n 8 U- 644> t0 Pa>r honour t0' ödja | u ^, t0 recejve honour. Sâhp^^^,^rtignt Sah p o J Q, M. 634, ^f {]> to be noble, to play the king or nobleman ; I 0 9 (I, P- 331- freeman, nobleman, gentleman ; plur. ^yj^ W I ; A «>-=> r □ an aged noble ; Copt: C&^P,, Or?! a i^ C&.<0- Säh-t H a? gf a Wnd of garment worn I X & by a nobleman. Sah 11 û 9 , U. 298, the form of a man that exists in heaven, the spirit-body ; plur. P-IP-IP-H^P-HI g 8 8>N- "3, 539, P oj^, U. 516, p—|8^:.T.3.7.p—|^:.p^ (1 ? û 8 %> M< 8- Later forms are:— ^8 I r^""i I .W\/W\ sab with his soul; ■^ : 1, perfect spirit-bodies. Sah Q % ^ uat VII>the divine spirit-body, * *p £ü' the god of all spirit-bodies. Sâh fi a|k=±5, Thes. 82, the spirit- body of Orion T^jiv^, . ******* Sâh-âb ^ ? g J] O, Tuat III, a god. Sâh-heq j^f] , Rec. 4, 28, a god. S-ähä Hi, Palermo Stele, II a, P. 387, |l| ,\\ afH[ a, to erect, to set up straight ; late form H ë ~~^J1 *==== (\(\ (§_ J\ P ? M> P ? —"SBxx ^>>to set up the Te-> /.<?., to reconstitute the backbone of Osiris ; Copt. coo&e. S-ähä R § , to stablish time or life ; P!^.ue«o,[l()^!,T.246. Sähä-t H § -=> = /J5I\, climbing pole. sähä 11 ^^ 3] dp Jour- As- x9°8' 249, Pf-Tfli.pf '•P *3F* ..___. A 1 1 i'2i' I" 4 -A j£t Rev. 13, 42, to curse; Copt. CO£,€. S-äkh I , I f=3, to raise up, to lift up on high ; caus. of NK. Säsh-t I nn £3, a kind of disease. S-äsha H ^\ H <£4\., to multiply ; caus. of^-V 1 1 1 -üe^. S-äsha-t R <^v o Coronation Stele (relief I o o' at top), to multiply. S-äsha [I <^v- ££, to utter many cries. I 1 1 1 21 Sashatà H <^N- \ (J, manifold, numerous. säshat P^^.p^Mf^ - , 1 <^v- E J\} to ward off, to restrain, to obstruct, to remove ; Copt. CUJCyx. säshat P^L»=fl$, P^U=fl$> chief officer, inspector ; plur. I ^""^- „ M?i 1, ■P~£|.P~i£<-.- . -■»P^PV^.p-j'T'P Zl, T. 386, M. 402, to make to enter, to introduce ; caus. of ~^* p^^^fjf)^, introducer. Säq neter ""j (1 %*^, Annales III, 109, the festival of the introduction of the god: Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 647 ] S P sâq-t fl %*°, Rec. 31, 20, [1 ^* * IV, 658, H V ^ ^, Peasant 198 IV ,145, I -0 c entrance, introduction. Säq[l^ö,Rev.II>I67>sack,bag;Heb. pto, Syr- nûajB, Chald. NpD, Assyr. shakku, Eth. UJ^:, Copt. C&.K. Jl s-aq P Rec. 27, 127, to cut, to A E—A' destroy. s-âqa p"^*^^ fl> Koller l. 8> A-z 1900, 35, Mar. Aby. I, 6, 37, |l A © 1 ° ï\ 1 ° % *H -A (**>, to make right, to test a bow, to set in strict order. sag n sâti-t s-âtcha n "xzj-^, to capsize, to overthrow. TJ A A J Rev. 14, 67, arrow; a w 111 °' Copt, cüoxe. f1 "ü^^' Amen'l6>4, 17, 18, L.D. Ill, 140c, 1 _ I 1k @ P-4 © \\ , to do wrong,, to commit a \\ crime, to falsify weights, to rob. s-âtcha me tut Fl 0 J "|\ ^> A Q& I, Àmen. X4, 2, 20, 9, to deceive by speech. Si p VV , III, 142, Nàstasen Stele 39, \\ \\M J\, Anastasi I, 28, 5 = I (I , to come, to go Si [1 (j(j^f A.Z. 1878,48, [1( satiety ; Copt. CI. Si-t p (j(j a a), infant, child (fern.) = Ci s* si I ^^t> L.D. Ill, 194, 12, waterfowl Siu p^.pijflf^.star^u, , fullness, «/?, Rev.,*,; Copt «»*;**«<«,£ Rev. 14, 20, a shooting star. Siuuâti * rfli * rtw*. the planet Venus as a morning star <§. - a SIU -t fl (|(| a , Rec. 33, 119, door. ^ ' Digitized by w Sif [1 (j!)^^, Thcs. 1198, p \\ , child, son, boy, babe. sif w =£>, Rev. 2, 77, pitch, bitumen field or garden produce, herbs, vegetables ; Copt. CIJUL, CUUlIéJUl. sirâ)sirifl<f (p,(l^!,[l<^ [j (a j[, A.Z. 1880, 96, umbrella, parasol. j H .J^, fi fi <ô^ the badge of a regiment, I I ill' flag, fan, umbrella. iup^qfuvfti, nu sin siriu fan-bearers, urn- E J\ ' brella-bearers Harris 500, 2, 8, fan, fly-whisk. sir-putà p <=> D (I \\ 9^?, Rec. 21, 92, a kind of fan or umbrella made of leather (?) sir-hattà [1 <z> -^ ~| (j ^, Rec. 16, 99, palm-leaf mat ; I <z> = Gr. aapâ (?) Sirsa(?) O^^lg]-*^, Thes. 129, a star-god; var. <^g)g. Ci Ci -H p w •I \\ sir-tima Amen. 6, 3 . . . Sih n (](] Ö .A, to come, to arrive. ■Ifc flûûe _Ö_, fl ûfl g ■=■-, Rec. 3, 39, pavilion, port, landing-stage. Sih p (j(j § il f%, Rev., to mummify. Sih ' [)[) 8 ^> Rec- 2I> 94, to be hypnotized, to be in a state of religious ecstasy, to be mad ; compare Copt. Cl^e. sihu p (|(| $ ^ Vr?« ^ Mag-17°' 11« spell^charm, bewitchment, hypnotism (in the IClUOUll Vi3/ 2 S 4
s [648] S f1 * 1_£> H phrase [1 ^ *^g <=_ ^ ( q| a Amherst Pap. 20). Sihsih p (j(j J p (j(j I I ^, to punish ; var. L__71; Copt. ce&cu>£. sih-t J%£ ^, Rev. 13, 26, punishment ; Copt. CO£,6. lamentation, grief, punishment. sikh p (|| 28, cry, signal. , Rev. 12, Sikh-t p!)!)^^J» Rec- 33, 122, mastery. sikh-t @ '^5k, loss, injury. sikha-t p (|(j J a ,, Jour. As. 1908, 249, folly, madness ; Copt. CI£,6. 14, 65, a yoke of oxen. siki Rev. \\ Rev. 14, 15, destruction. Sit 1(1 (I cXtn, smell,odour; see P^f^, Copt. C*f\ Sit P !)!)], Rev. 11, i8o = ^^U getter. Sit p (j(j û(J, to set on fire. Siti fl (1(1 c "Ç\ " - A^, the shooting of le===üi , be- W m \\ a star; see Sitchetu (?) p \\ ^ & ',, storytellers, talkers, chatterers ; see M "^ &; caus. of °L^. v pers. pron. 3rd sing. masc. ; also used as a particle. SUt 1^,U. 180,227, a particle. SU T _F ^' IV' I076' caPtive> Prisoner, 8114 l\«■ R ™ \\l^' U. 100, II v\^^5i, P. 225, a joint of meat, a meat offering; | ^^^> R 7°5- SU-t (nesu-t?) 1 ö, Kahun 3, 2, 1 ^ I I I AAA/W\ ^, A.Z. 49, 20, ^ ^, A.Z. 1908,121, ^^' Hh am 1 tSf A-Z- 49' x9> the Plant of the 437, ^ |^> Sf)uth) the byssus plant SU-t 1 ^ Rechnungen 70, plant used in =f c' making boats. SUt(?) 1^?^> RD- 64> J4, hair(?) 111 sut(?) Iv^^^'1^ v ' Y ^ I I I I III 506 SU (for sesu) 1 , a period of time, day, with the number of the day of the month ; Copt. COT—. susu p e n e 0, R,ev- ' V3\a£££ I I time; Copt. COTCOT. SU(?) I £ J f=W], Rev. 14, 12, evening. SU I , I "v\, a measure of length = T^g-th of a schoinios, or 625 square cubits; in superficial measure su = £th of a square schoinios. SU p<3- protector. SU I , Rev. 13, 22=1 -^^ WAAAA, to I X ' g ~* /VAAAAA drink, drink ; Copt. CUJ. SUU (?) ^ _ü, to cut - -~- f| * SUU (?) J^ = -hh. f) X ' , Shipwreck 55, to cut down trees. SU-t [1 ^ 2^3, wind, breeze. ^^—fli guard> fie (3 ^ c III' ,Kev. 30, 217, 11 ccl I o I M <à I a Rev. 14, 46, corn, grain, wheat; Copt. COTO, COT. Digitized by Microsoft ®
L 649 ] su-t , a kind of disease. > x^ ^> region, territory, ' (j> | ' province. SUU(?) X SUU(?) X%%^,RD- '63, 18, evil, _ZT-IT J& wickedness. SUU(?) 1\\, T. 265, 283, P. 51, M. 31, N. 64, to pray (?); late form P /[(?) sua I -£} jrj^, Herusàtef Stele 88, sheep, ovis platyura ; Heb. HU? Arab. .1 \ CoDt. ec&.t, ecooT, ecooox. S-ua (1 f) ä^S^, T. ,41, p f] SçS ^"k'T- 348. pfC^=. N. 965, Pfl^fS*** PflV* *—PAPAYA ^•Pflk4>.Pfl^Pfl Pfl*.Pflx;Pfl»*.PMv l'^jî^î' ^' %ä' t0 PaSS' t0 PaSS aWay> to continue on a journey ; caus. Suau pf|^,U. 418, flf|*5*^ ^ ^ j, T. 238, a group of gods (?) Sua 11 Jp ! kTT, store, place of safe storage. 1ftto ad°re icaus- °f fl 1^™ 1- Sua |l ^Tj J^ *=§=*, night, evening, darkness ; see ^ vv p=£=q; Copt. excyH. © W suasua-t H iT) R iT) a fl, Rec. 16,131, flame, fire, heat. suan (sun) I -X. ) „ -@*-, to know, to recognize ; Copt. COOTrf. Rec. 33, 119, price •" Copt. CoretOjgJtized b\ suar PflV w ft 1, Anastasi IV, 17, 1, Alt. K. 769, garments, tunics (?^; compare Heb. hw in vbw Isaiah vi, 1, etc. T ' S-uarekh fl iT) <T>^[, to make green or fertile ; var. I X JL ¥ ; caus. s-uah [1||||, L.D. ill, 140c, [11 I , û 1 «k. $ T 1 ' t0 establish, t0 make to continue, to develop; caus. of Y 8 > • s-^âbP^^ll?>topaya.r sui* pfi^^- Pfi^fl«- egg ; Copt. COOT&e. s-uashflfjo^ffl, flf]^ *Œ^PflV=afrPfl ^■^^fl- Pfl00!!1!-to praise'to adore; caus. of Jp ] r~^—i qû; Copt. (JUcy. SUashu H -Ç) ß ^ !, praises. SUag H -Ç) S *Sk, foolish, lewd. suagaP^^s^#-P^ffi .Ä ^ ffl 1 ' t0 CUrSe' t0 ban' SUatà 11 -C) \ (J I, carriage, transport. s-uatch (1 f) ^-j |, u. 6,4, p I ^, N—PfîMxfl'P^PÎ^l tV - ' t0 make t0 flourish> I Ï ^"1 1 f the transmittal of property; caus, "maker to flourish"—a title of the god Shu. W^Vj]i»r.flé^-jî.T.3J7 Suatchi H Î, S-uatch àr-ti \\ £) ^ J ^, Rec. 31» 3°> "green-eyed." Suatchit àtebiu pet H^T ^\ Tuat AXII;'a_fire"-g<5ddess who guided Râ.
f1 s [650] n Ci AAAAAA I I l' suà-t P^f) o> ^!) o' pil1' globule pastille, bead ; plur. R ^k (j ^ ( ; varr. ^^ Mar. Kam. 52, 17 r> vHO AAAAAA S-Uâb I /| «ww, Rec. 20, 40, Annales I f J AA/WW ^^ III, 109, to plate, to cover with metal; I f \ Suifl^()(j^,B.D. 3., *,\\\\ «ss>, a crocodile-god; var. —»— (1(1 «s^. to open up a way, to force an entrance, to pierce, to penetrate ; caus. of j i^* ; I j ] AAAAAA AAAAAA ^ to cover a floor with plates of silver. SU1 |l TÎ, to adore. ^ , IV, 422 = s-ubak f1 imnr^ opening the /vA/vAAA I lace. , to make to conceive; caus. of J (J </{(?) strong ; Copt. (TboJUie (?) s-umet P%'e=S)ll, IV' u89°. t0 I Ja Ci I I strengthen; caus. suma 1 ^\ " £f), Rev., obstinate, head- s-un ', Dream Stele 38, H ^\ to make to be; caus. of AAAAAA AAAAAA S-un fl^»™", P^», to make an I aaaaaa V- , -'I I "ranrar AAAAAA ^ /j 1 ^g^ -ranrar <çj. 1 to reveal ; Copt ~ - > opening, to force open ; caus. of s-un-her sun, sunnu aaaaaa 1Ä° , Anastasi I, 25» 6, P "4* »to sel1 ; Copt- cotR. I aaaaaa sun-t p J-, p. 87, [1 ^4 «*™, n. 46, AAAAAA v£ A.Z. 1906, 28, flÄ,°^-, Rec. 33, 5, I aaaaaa IÜ I I I iwwv\ (£ Ge /wwwü@TJ|' Ö Ci Dl' AAAAAAr-J-_ Digitized by ü§5» < «HE I /www I , O AAAAAA A (9 Q £i I I «J» , Festschrift 3, I fw^i 1, Rev. 14,41, price, hire, wages, salary ; Copt. COYItT. sun-t H «J» trade, business, buying and selling. AAAAAA Ci SUnu , wages; ur sunu 1 j 1 <=z> 111' paymaster. sun-t p ^, u. 429, p 4> ft^A,T-246 sun sunit H-^» AAAAAA ©öS ] .fus» *""** to suffer pain, distress, ;WWVA "'^ê.' suffering, destruction. ^ "'^ê. sickness, —= mi' malady. sun I :^s» " """", to straighten. I AAAAAA .A o, sun f1^±öi'i'^1^ lÄ»°<a4S^,Rev. 11,148, Ps^l ^> /WWW (£ U w Rev. 14, 15, (1 ^ O, Rev. 12, 31, [1 ^ |) © *&■' , Rev. 13,90, to know; M£ 1 "|Ä> O, Rev. 12, 53, wise or learned men-; Copt. COOTIt. sunu "|ä> n^» ö^^^w>Mar. Aby. 1,8,86, ^^'ww} pool, lake, tank, canal, aqueduct. /w/ww /w/ww sunu p 4. ö î]\>, T. 345, P 4*~cT ^■jj^, P. 282; varr. P Ö °{f\ M. 525, P ö Ö^DJ, N. 1106, p 4,"^ [J n, wall, fortress, seat, throne. Sunu n /w/ww /W/WAA o sunun l^u^i , a god and a town. /W/WAA AAAAAA X3 I AAAAAA AAAAAA )^1 I to flatter, to wheedle2 to cajole, to use blandish^ ments, to persuade, to talk someone over. SUnunU II ^> ^» ° £& |, Anastasi I, I AAAAAA AAAAAA (~ " 1 | 23, 8, flattery, cajolery, entreaty. sunsun I AAAAAA I AAAAAA ^_i I AAAAAA | AAAAAA \£ va Amen. 14, 15, to entreat, to petition, £11 £*i' to supplicate, to converse. suntà fl s H (Ie ° Rev*'resin'balsam ; I à US 1 1 1' Copt, corrre. Microsoft ®
f1 s [ 651 ] N /VA/VAAA Sunth -h~4>c ,P.352,-^ , N. 1068, -H-^^Mg=^, P. 467, 854, -—^4*«^'M- 531, -—<=f ,N. mo, — H^—,' R 265> + *=,&>, N. 1245, -— ^4* j^, M. 336, a god. I -^r4, to increase, to magnify ; caus. ;. of âçA Jt, to be s-ur of s-ur H pregnant. sur (1 caus. /VA/VAAA | ; *a/wva f drink ; Copt. CUJ. I V /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA surà (sua) /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA I X n x 1 Copt. C(JO ; /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA O, to drink; Ä 1, drinkers. sura 1 ^=^ n "^"^ /£ I ^e=« m w^ Q *=/a toper, tippler, < 2» I /VA/VAAA _/J drunkard, swiller; plur. n » /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA 1r:ö,lT11^Mi'dri,,fc- ing companions. surà heq-t H ^* (] *a**aa q 8 ^ ö t beerhouse, tavern. n sura surà-t s-urkh R 1 ^aaaaa } a kind offish. /VA/VAAA I I I lite bead. , to make to be green or fertile; varr. (l^)"^^, ^r3; CauS' ^•PK^^'PK^il- ni to make to grow : caus. of <~~> fi j 0 i , to make to grow; caus. of S-urt M ^^ S^\ Shipwreck 20, 21, to î^ÎÊzed by Wli make motionless ; caus. of suh fl^ra A.Z. 1905, 38, [1 S », IV, 751, ra ra .m^r ~ ' 1 ra , Leyd. Pap. 7, 13, L.D. Ill, 140B, §§, Thes. 1318, [1 ® P ^ m S-=J ^, IV, 973, Thes. 1483, [le RD nas n "Ek A il Anastasi I, 27, 8, to brag, to boast, Iws /^] ' to exaggerate. <2 ra suhaiu suh p ^ ra ra, boaster. 1, Rougé I.H. II, 126, p.s.B. 23,252, [1^^, fl^ras-^lj*, L.D.III>65a,6,[1^]'^^^, Leyd. Pap. 2, 11, to overthrow, to be terrified, to be confused, dazed. s-uhenP^Ü%^' IV'78°' Mar. Kam. 17A, to overthrow ; caus. of ^è\ lu /T /VA/VAAA % X suh n M^PM*!«":- I (Q Q XZ2 1, wind, air, breath. suh-t ^ fl ^\lv N-757,758, NI^' , Rev. 14, 1, egg; plur. ^\I m*IV' 949' NI* !'Jour- As-19°8' ^Nfc, ostrich- \^* 1, fish spawn ; eggs;p^"Ö&~e S P \ l Z -^ 1£ 1 fRec-32> 8o'created germ 'PM S o, Hymn Darius 23, hidden germ ; Copt. C00Y&6. SUhit P^§ Of) ^» A-z- X878, 48, testicle; suh [1 e 15, Rev. 13,37, p ^ 18, Rev- 5» 93, t0 cover over, to wrap up, to envelop. SUh p ^ I ^yf, T. 25, Rec. 30, 192,
p s [652] P f^7)>N. 175, [Wfeö, Amen. i8,io,[l^|, H ^\ | t\ ^ , a kind of cloth, garment, vestment, a short coat, loin-cloth; plur. M y> $ p=51(Z=3)p=51, P. 635, [1^|(2=3) <=* A.Z. 45, 135, bowl, r—y ' vessel. suh-t [l^j( SUh H (9 § Ä, Rev., Jour. As. 1908, 307, I (Q $ ( £ , to wri curse ; Copt. C£.,P,OY ; var. (Copt. C£/)Yp). suh ikh 1(3 § (Q (1(1 ?c=^, Rev. 12,61, 1. (1 (1(1 ?c=>^, Rev. 14, 32, reunion of spirits; Copt. COOY& Ij£>« sukha H I (Q T <ê\ Q£, remembrance ; see sukha |1 ^I "^^^, B.D. 90,1, etc., evil remembrance, bad dream (?) sukha n%T^L, IV' 848' ruin'-de" I Ji-k^èr" struction. sukhu(?) n%a^^, to darken, to obscure ; I £ 7 ^v ^p^ O, Amen. 16, 9. O , B.D. 190, 4, to O sukhet embalm ; caus. of Sukhtu ^JL, ^ ^ !, Rec 27,220, the gods who preside over embalmment. S-US-t Igl -^.j ruin, destruction ; caus. s-usekhfl^^lp^l.Rec. to make wide or broad, to enlarge, to extend ; K^P->i-.P»-. 0 tk H © j^ to lengthen the stride, to walk 1 Ju I V7 ' with long strides. ««àwà(lepg|p^p;]||. Rec. 20, 40, spacious. Susek I \\ -vim; see ismu S-USh I , to micturate: caus. of I r-K-t' tkoo sush-t H Ebers 74, 17, urine. •*\ I ^ I /VA/VAAA v\ (WWW , Jl ^^ ftAAAftA n| ^ I /VA/VAAA (3 ftAAAftA , ^^ (WWW sush sush (3 H , to measure. <§. "P , drought, dryness. r-K-i to chain, cord, measuring cord. sush-t Res1 I i=> O' s-usha P^oa^^. P^l' praise, to worship, to adore ; caus. SUq H ^ V&, Rev. 12, 73, bailiff (?) h an incense burner. y censer. Rev. 14, 13, to play the fool ; Copt. cO(TÎ SUg sug suqa H ■* P^>4 1 (2. I TT ^, a piece of flesh, an offering. l|$>PWab^ such!,ndg -ePI^fl 1^3,11, a.Z. ■9C7.»3,p^oVâ)il'Po^^ ^j, Anastasi I, 9, 6, P%&<f^ &, Rec- sug 21, 88, to be 'helpless, foolish, half-witted, wretched, miserable. @. j] /Ä Jour. As. 1908, 294, silly, S il J§S' foolish ; Copt. CO(TT n s-ugaP^s"k#- P^s$. Hymn to Nile 2, 15, to make to vomit; caus. sugait P^ZS^IJOTÉ' re- büke (?) correction (?) Sugati[l^ffi^T(|y,B.D. (Saite) 165, 14, a Nubian god. sut H Rev. 12, 70, strip of linen, ' rag ; Copt. C£/f~, CHT6. Digitized by Microsoft ®
p Silt n^^KI, ties, bonds. SUt-t 1 %>~| a, cake, ball. ^ ^ | (for Sutesh ^ |(?>), 1 %TA Berg 16 1 & Set' the Sod + J? Ö J& ' g* ' ' Jta JR ' of evil. SUti 1 %>ö (1, fire, flame. s^K4KJ4:mk , B.D. 9, 4, 17, 115, 28, 8, 42, 8, 99, 19, °8' 74 ^ \\ 1J 'Set'tbe god of evi1, Sutm(?)p^)(](]^$,^; 1 *a-%; p ^^| A, Love Songs V, 7> 1 ^y. IV, 1.93, [I £ ^ *, to go for a walk, to walk about a place, to pass, to journey, [ 653 ] S (1 sutenit 1 (j(| », iv, S72, ^ ( 4 m4~1H i4„l 11m- i^rr:4ïïi4li^^ii to march, to travel ; varr. n j\ , IV, 1064, ^W\ A, Rev. 12,44- SUtut [1 - %>^\ ^, SPhinX Stde 8' ^r' A, n. yra traveller. .A 21 sutsut fl^WS^O!**' to take a walk, to travel. SUten I , king. The equation pro- I ftAAAftA vided by P. 92, M. 1x2, N. 700, I = U=> = I ftAAAftA I ftAAAftA *\ CV \N J&-, shows that in the Early Empire the reading of I was nesu ; compare also the equation 3^|-^ J, Reo. 26, 235, and see A.Z. 49, 22. See nesu. suteni ^(j(j,P. 602,^ \1A\W 1 575 4 \l> a !i4Uyii-« of being king, kingdom, kingship, sovereignty, royalty, rule; 1 UU ^1 royal, kingship. suten (shes nesu) 1 ^ 'rf, iv, 742, I ftAAAftA T ftAAAftA I T T ftAAAftA I I ^öT4^ö4^ö^ö,roya1 linen, /.«?., byssus ; Copt cyettC. sutenu(?) Ci /VVAAAA Ö © 4 crown of the South. suteni ° te„^,l 0U-fl.l T ftAAAftA V ■ 'I ./j I ftAAAftA Y I Q \y tO kill. ^11MI4 /VVAAAA suteniu Ci ftAAAftA © 1, butchers, slaughterers. suten sutenu I 1—1, lake, flood, inundation. nt ^~§~^i^.f°'^p ftAAAftA Ö ^N ^ 7\, to walk with long steps n (a c ^=, S-Uter I » , to purify, to cleanse; caus. of ^ -^\ Suter fl ^ ^ 1| = s»T7/.. the " Saviour-god." S-Utekh H ® ^ , to treat a body with I i=> 1 w 1 drugs, to embalm ; caus. ^ekh^y^^tne Hittite form of the Egyptian name of the god Set. sutek(?) ^ Pap. 203 s-ut n\. @ (?) Rhind Math. to detain, to make tarry; j\ ' caus. , to be king, to rule. , , Digitized by s-uten fl%> Microsoft ê -* to make straight ; caus. ; Copt. COOTTÏt.
p s [654] S P , to embalm; eau s. s-utch p], iv, 1032, p||, iv, 1035, queath, to settle one in an inheritance ; caus. of M -^P4MP;lfl-Pm J , Koller 5,4, R £ 1^, 0 £ H , to make strong, to refresh, to protect, to make healthy, to heal, to save ; caus. of ^|^|. sutcha-àbp^fOfl^ J] "0» J Peasant 36, " Make glad the heart ! "— Uli'- a greeting at the beginning of a letter. s-utchapM^A.pJA^to go.togoforward;^^,^;^ S-Utchâ n^K "^ IC &, to pass a decree of judgement ; caus. sebPJ>PJ^block,bricka„(°o^: seb-t R Jo3, f| JSvs-t»», reed, tube, flute; Copt. CHfte. seb 11 J 3, reed, marsh flower; plur. fl J sweet reed. SeblSeb-tpj- pj PJO- PJ~-PJk^Pl^ «*""«• P Jö 0 0 0'u-56s ; Copt- cH^e' ci^e- sebpJ^,N.95o = S-ubenp^J^. seb (sebesh?) PJt=i, u. 567, n. 750, to endow (?) to give,(?) sebPJKPJT=JP^topass seb p Jf^^^i, p J \, Rec 17, 145, ox, castrated beast ; see I 0 IL ; rpoy Seb I J ~j$£_, Thes. 65, the planet Mercury. Sebit fl 1) o Rec' 3, 116, the name of a I Jl ' goddess. seb-t fl 1 ° U- 588> M- 8l9, a kind of I ««J ^^^' grain. (Ö a j\ 'through, Digitized by Microsoft ® sebsebpjpj- pJPJ PJPJ^^p, girdle, bandlet. Sebsebä-Menu p J p J °^, B.D. (Saite) 49, 60 ; see Besu-Menu. ■baPJ*k01'p-7*«o'PJ* ^•pävü^pä: P*J-.PJ*^P*JÏÏ"-* *ïï «■ " P*J-' PJ- P*J— PJMJ'frP.H pj*M^P¥Hrr'PJ'rr Rec. 33, 119; P '^J* J^ s^, Rev. 14, 40 P ^ 1 JL' ReV' I3'3°' P ^^1 ^"3" Rev. 13, 34, door; plur. pj* pj] [pj] [fj] P. 296,*^ j, Rec. 31, 17, (UJ^ P'JV^P*^"*' ^"*"k"PJ*"kf?;.pj* rfhemn'pj*M"j^ü,,T- Love Songs 5, 9, outer door; 1 <4<§» , cm *
p s [ 655] S P * Ml Q C3 I m , palace gates; * ^\° !, hell's gates; * ! C®3 ni cd _Fi . . *mJr'rrDi gates of the horizon ; Il J * <gv ^*- | (j £, folding doors ; Copt. cß.6. i i i Sbattpj£,(l*J[j}l;^;>Berg.II,M, a form of Ament. Sba-t cro, part of a chariot. £=> I Sbai, Sbi *(|(|, *(|(|raja, P J !]!]*> Litanie 14, I J (](j WW, Tuat X, a serpent- warder of the nth Gate. Sba en sethesu Shu * ftAAAftA »- Ü rn p ^ $ 'E;D"i7's6' "■, sba-tcheser- Sbau shetau neteru * □E I I I I jt| 1, B.D. 141, 57, the gods of ^£) jmJI I ill l the mystic doors in the Tuat. Sbau Tuatiu * * 1 1 1 I, B.D. 141, 54, the doors of the Tuat; ^|, B.D. ,7, * n-mnmr 1 * Sbatcheser * 56, the door of sunrise, the last door in the Tuat. sba H J *1^L«v), Rec. 2, xo9, p J* "?\ p4, Anastasi I, 28, 1, I *1^PJ*-P*1^> I <^^. ^7 Q&, Rev. n, 124, to teach, to bring up, to educate, to instruct, to train, to learn, to levy a tax; I 1 ■* o Ml, Peasant 260, instructed; p J*!|^,U.. 213; Copt. c&Uô. Sba-t *, * , * J , Ikhernefer 6, R J *, M <^ï ^7 Qfr £=>, pupil, teaching, training, in- struction, education ; plur. I * J 3 1 1 1 sbait PJ*l^JLT'Amenem- JLii*' PJ*!^^^'Amen-27,8' p j*m:u- m:& n*\ 4fôPJ*MtlP*J^ ^pj*:k i, IV, 968, teaching, IV, 1090 •PJ*M 1, *l]l]^) I—ôzii r -n ui instruction, training, education, learning, wisdom, lore of books, doctrine, punishment, correction, <»«;PJ*Mf^<Hi /WWVA \^. /& ' ëreat death penalty ; Copt. cßuj. sbati B J*\S—0> L-D- m. »94, wise man, 3, teacher, *—P>M^P>M Digitized by Microsoft ® \ J ^'-^\\V^' Amen' 27' ^instruction. sbai P^J!)!)^,Rec.2,m,p*J ^•PJ*M^ teacher, instructor. sbait [1>M^ instructor; \\ J K^JI)^ *=$, assistant teacher. sb-pj*Mh-?'pj*q^ *^v\ v n> ^earn'ng> instruction, teachers. sbau(?) pj*^^, *^M> ^ °n l]o.1K £ 71 place of instruction, n'0nl J -û^n' schoolroom. sba ur •*^=frrv—>, an instrument used in performing the ceremony of "opening the mouth." Sba p J1^*, Shipwreck 129, [1 J*, * *, star; plur. ***, U. 496, I J ***, T. 319, P. 308, N. 94, P J*^, P. 694, *^, * j, * j, T^KP^PJCn,' Copt. ciot. Sba *^, PJ^^, P^^, a star-god; p-ïdKldl'P*JilA*ll' PJ^k^^j, Rec. 20,41.
p [656] S P * Sbait pJ*M*. PJ(M' |();, *()()., Thes.9I,T"atI,pj()();, goddess Sothis, regent of the nth hour of the night. Sbaiutpjfj^^-^e^in Sba âabti tcha pet **| J ^_^, H J * f S l ^ÏÏ' Thes* 67' the Planet Mars»the planet that moved onwards and retreated ; he is also called the Red Horus HWH *. Sba àmenti tcha pet * I ~| J £n^ a ^ l 4 Horus, bull of heaven , Thes. 65, the planet Saturn ; called also Sba uäti *±b, *^, *B]^^, The,73,76,flj^]y,pj^ ÄPJMÄ*"^ fi D^I^illfl ibid' 3°».67» Heru-beht as a I J! c öi' morning and evening star. Sbaiu mehu * °^ * , Tomb Ram. 111(2 III« o o' IV, one of the 36 Dekans. Sbaiu en Àsàr * the star-gods of Osiris. sbaiu nu mu I /WW\A W * ! Ö ZZ stars of the I 1 I ,ww\a' water. . Sba en khau * ' 777, a.Z. 1899, I5, /WW\A ûSS star of thousands. Sbait neb-tuàa p J(|(j -*^%!) "Sk >rty Tuat XI, the star-goddess of the boat J^ ' of Àf. Sbaiu Râ * (|(| ^ j Ç> ^, b.d. 168, the warders of the gates of Rä. sbaiushepsu ***j$|j, ***j$P 1 1, Thes. 133, the Dekans. \> Sba shemä * ^L __" , Thes. 65-67, the planet Jupiter; called also 1 J * | è^â, "travellingstar,"and \^ \ / *, 00 Sba-tua R j]*<=fü>^T) *, N. 948, the morning star. Sba-tchapj^y^.flj*! ^y^ ^ jjl, Thes. 65-67, the planet Venus; other names are | *, |ra , ]» ]*> H -TL @ q oVvq fl^1 Nâstasen Stele 38, cut, cas- SDa |"^' trated; Copt. C&&G. , a name .of Äapep ; Sba U^-\ PJ1T Sba-ent-SbapJ^^^ ^ y"&^ ^\ $v Nesi-Àmsu 32, 32, a form JT m M' of Äapep. sbai pJ^()!]{|>tolaugh; seePJ1 Q£; Copt. cuo&e. • Sbah p.^ I £ ^ , Jour. As. 1908, 172, propitiation (?) = Copt. cecfk)& (?) sbakh R Sbakhsenu (1 ^ "T Sbasit p^^jj,T.S.B.-A.Tii,424, "tôftM "tfJUtti, the Enemy Äapep. DD ' to keep, to guard, to protect. '■=] Rec. 4, 28, r 'a god. a goddess of sbashi R :—ÏJP8- . □o(]()L-=/J, Rev. n, 140, 12, 17, P ^ IM (|(| ^j, Rev. I2, 25, jl M !)!) j^l, Rev. 12, 34 = Copt. cficge (?) /■^P^.P¥^P^> to make pregnant; caus. of 1 { j Jr. Digitized by Microsoft®
p s [657] S P anoint ; 11 jgg^-, the shining eye of the Moon ; Rev. ii, 141, little, ' small; Copt. C&OK. s-baq (sebq) p ^ g, u. 566, p J ■>f caus. of J a ^ J] sbak H Sbak, Sebakàu H ^1 ^"^, H 'vz^* [I ^N *, the planet Mercury. sbà I J (j -*^, sword, scimitar. PJMl^PJMIV-P» PJAÏ& PJW3& *•*««• 37, to be inimical, hostile, unfriendly, to act as an enemy. sebà I J (I j ^v > enemy, foe, demon, devil, wicked man ; plur. 1 $& 1, I J I &5k 1, PJM-PJH^I-'PJ»' pj^iAi-pjuiiAi'Tn-pji L-ïïïôM'l^i'Ln- sebà-t p J (j = "J ^, Rec. 31,10, [)J (j -&!' PJH& PJlà^' enmity> hostility, rebellion, hateful things. sebàPjnpji^pJM' pjfli-pjfl»-pji|iii^" serpent-god of evil, arch-enemy of Râ ; plur. PJAfclfci'PJMÀI'l&l' the associates of Sbà. Sebà, Sebàu pJ (j ^fàh, [1 J^^hh, p»— p»°ï- pjw& the "Enemy" par excellence, i.e., the Devil, £=3 .^^ Sebàu, worker of (a ^^ ' evil. P»°ï 1 ^ vuv Digitueu oy Sbà P J Û 1 S^3, A.^. 1905, 29, violent wind, an unfavourable or head wind. sbâuPJ1^^i.Hh-448'prbsoat sbàPJ4#'PJ4»PJ4 ^^U^, Amen. *4, 9, p J (] ^|>, P^H^,pj%,^,Rec.3, ■^PJfl^Â'PJfl^Â'PJ H ä. ^7 xm'laugh'^est' mockery> Jibe> Sbàlcpj^J,pj(]^a, the Crocodile-god; Gr. 2oux<?. Sbi-t H J (j(j C^, Nàstasen Stele 50, hostile country; plur. fl JQQBSâ, «bid. 63. Sbit fl JÛÛ^Î !, shadows. sbithp^qq^p^qq^iieii, Jour. As. 1908, 255, scoffing, jest, mockery. SbUpjV.I23,pj^,N.432) a kind of offering. Sbutpj^tp.scpj^®, M. 109, I J (I ^N , N. 23, a city of the god P*V=W sbenPJ^'Peasant,26'PJ^A' r> n wwv\ r\ n /vwvw ibid. 221, * J5>*> M J . 1 basant 163, PÄ—PJ^PJY L.D. III, 140c, Rec. 16, 57, H J ^7 \\ PJI 0 ^C4't0 runaground(°faship)> to turn back, to retreat, to yaw about (of a boat). s-benben H J J ^7, Rec 35,127, to be overthrown, to collapse ; caus. Microsoft © 2 T
p s [ 658 ] S P sben-t flj o ^ïbîb,T.843, I ' J 0=u) ° ^ ^ feà ' for Sacrifice. Sben-hesq-khaibiut fl J a^w* 8 A. > . T ^j Tuât II, a warrior-god. L—û I III * rv n AA/WVA sben M J ^ , cord, fillet. sben H J/wwvA, u. 517, [) J T. 328, a part of a crown (?) sben-t I j ^ffl> Peasant B2> I2°> a pregnant woman. sben I 1 aa/w\a >4L j hay, grass. S-bner 1 J «wm p, I, 53, to make pleasant, to please, to treat affectionately. sbaner (sebner) "TTwÏÏ, H J^wvaÏÏ, J/www ^ n V 1 ' H II y, ^ # $ B-D- M6» the doorkeeper of IJ^ jrY îQ' the 3rd Pylon. s.beha[]jra^,i,i35,pjra^, I j Mil ^*^> t0 chase, to put to flight; caus. sbeh nj|^=^, p. 611, N. 760, 'J*-^pN- 949' — ß, P. 204, gf 1 M. 396, m. 826, n j PJ~ p> PJO^êPJfKi-PJf M-PJIÄI-Pd&I.PJjM gj, Amen. 4, 18, fl J8 *=/&. |, Jour. As. 1908, 31, to cry out, to call, cry, outcry, lamentation ; Copt. CCJU&&. sbeh p JI s> H> Rev. 2i, 208 = cßo& sbe* MVZ- PJ!M- ~* prayer, entreaty, wail, petition, imprecation; *-■ PJJVÄI- PJfMi- PJ ;'P1 .A 2J a tom-cat a whole nest of young birds sebb.it. [1J£()() I ttfn cry of 1, cry, supplication ; ' sebhut fi J ? %> ° ^ !, Love Songs ^pm^pjfMÉi- ^27 O cry, cry of goose, wail. •**PJÎT-PJU Sebhuf n J § ' ' ' , Tuat XII, one of 12 gods who towed the boat of Àf through the serpent Ankh-neteru, and who were re-born daily. Sbekh n jl®, T. 178, P. 521, M. 160, P>P — PJ^PJÎ> protect, to act as a wall to someone. sbekhbekh H J ^ J ® ö, b.d. i7 (Ani), s^pj!frpj^p>fr pj!Ba.pj:b^p.j;ä. PJ!^PJ!^p; 4~P, gate, gate-tower; plur. I J [j PJ!^~PJ!ÏÏ^t? pj:ïïi-pj»icpj!cii. •PJMur^i-PJÏÏi. 1 1 1 o 1 1 C-D I IV, i74 doors Sbekh-t H J® ^ J, the pylon deified; Sbekh ■«PJ w C-Z3, Tuat XI, a door- sbekh-t àakhu-t keeper-god. of the horizon "—a temple in the Heroopolite Nome. Digitized by Microsoft ®
p [ 659 ] S P Sbekh-t Àger-t [) J ^ (j J^, Tuat XI, the nth Pylon. sbekh-t ur-t ^ ^ |^ "theGG^a,t, sbekhut shetaut \\ B ® <^3 ™ x, I JJ o cm a Dm' the " hidden doors" of the Tuat. sbekh-t ta pen nrf , ««gate of this land "—a title of the king. Sbekhut Tuat p J ;g |*^ I, B.D. 141, 55, the Pylons of the Tuat. cm sbekh-t fl H ® IV, 629, a stand for some I .J o' object. Sbekh-t H Jl ® ^ ^, a kind of plant. Sbekh-t H J ® 3 -fj-, a kind of measure. Sbekhaspj^.pj-The, 113, Zodiac Dend. : (i) one of the 36 Dekans ; (2) one of the seven stars of Orion ; var. il n nn II ~k ; Gr. rrovxiof. Sbekhekhth p J J ^j5^, Thes.n3, one of the seven stars of Orion. Sbesankapj[l^-U.|; see Besu-Menu. s-besh [1J no, u. 567, p J ■—y •-^r1 to eject from the body, to vomit ; PJp caus. T. 329, what is ejected from the body, vomit. sbeshu pjoo^, u. 519, pj sbesh-t H J PJPÏÏ" sbeshi p J ^ (|(| (J, Rec 3o, 95, r-^-i , gate, door, pylon ; plur. shield ; Copt, cüctje. Sbeshes'[lJ™ *, Thes. 113 = [1 J ^. (1) the 9th Dekan; (2) one of the seven stars Sbeshes mer fl j an* 4v=3L S, Den- derah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans. SbeSb,apj^*,pj^|, ÜDP Thes. 113, one of the seven stars of ^' Orion. •1-apJ^.pj^ÄESi: sbeq-t fl Vllv\s^' «"»«».»«.f- I -J o U vantageous or profitable. Sbeq [1 j| ^ f, a complete body (?) sbeq H J a 'Ssr\ H J A |, to collect, to gather together. Sbeq her H J A ^, Tuat VIII, a crocodile-god in the Circle yetemit-khemiu. Sbeq |1^J, P^J^^ Berg. II, 2, a protector of the dead. Sbeqit p A J ~Q, p 4 J '^, Champ. Mon. 139, Berg. II, 1 : (r) a lioness-goddess; (2) a goddess in mummy-form. s^PJ-i.toco^rc~c5Ko: **PJ4 P^-PJ^'PJ A M ' P "%* ^ I' t0 trave1' t0 3°urney. sbeqàu pJa$ (j^, U. 487, P. 640, P J A \ ^, M. 671, N. 938, traveller (?) sbeq PJ^,U.622,N.755,PJ^1?, PJ^, leg, thigh; dual p \a\% P. 572, PJ<i,n>'HeM^Arab-ju Sbeq en Shesmu (1 II a $ ^ fjff I «All /VAAAAA j "*■ I ktk J5j B.D. 153A, 8, a part of the hunting J? tu ' net of the Akeru-gods. SbeqenTempj^J^^J. B.D. 153B, 5, a part of the hunting net of the Akeru-gods. sbecKpjf^pjWp* ars of Orion. , I „a.name of,the left eye of Horus, i.e.t the moon. Digitized by hucrosoti & 2 T 2
p s [660] f1 3 , to anoint, to possess pleasing qualities or attributes, graceful ; caus. of jM â i S-beqa ■^-jkSkHh itoanqint; caus-°f jh- Sbeqitflj.y,- oiled or scented S-beq fi JM^ /[, to make pregnant; Sbek PJ^=», N. 965,1359. "^^5=. u. I Jl ,;:^* ]§§^ J], the Crocodile-god; Gr. 'Zouxo*. Other forms are :— I ] ^37 J ^<2^^t^], U. 565, flj^=^ (]-[[- 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 gg^, Ombos I, 185, Tuat XI, a god in the boat of Râ who destroyed Äapep. Sbek-neb-pehu [1 J ^ fl ^ ^tk^s B.D. (Sa.te) 113, 3, Sebek, — Ja 3=r l ' god of the swamp. Sbek - neb - meht - geb (?) °£N 7T 11R3&S Ombos I, 42,. a crocodile-god of ^ "so' Ombos. Sbek shet Hi P j <=*=*. \\ o \\ w <=^> \ Hymnen 22, ^ J^F6^ Ulîfl'a form of the Crocodile-god worshipped in Middle Egypt. Sbekpj^.p^^.p^ n ^K *, Thes. 65-67, the plan'et Mercury. Its god was I ^^ ', to cut, to carve, to destroy. A.Z. 1878, 48, little, small_; Copt. CO&K. sbek pj sbek pJ Sbegpjffi, pJf.pjH^. Thes. 65-67, D.E. 20, the planet Mercury in the form of a bull-headed hawk. Sbeg.SbegapJnl.pjs^, sebt pj B.D. 136A, a god, son of Geb and Nut. cr~D n cm , Rev. 12, 34, I i^^. gs , Rev. 11, 122, wall, citadel, gate; **|(|cr-3, Rec. 36, 211 = |1 J" J117711' Copt. CO&T. sebtipxo^pj:ö. pjo. wall, fort, blockhouse ; plur. I J o 1 E ; I J ^_^^1VIV,832;var,^0, sebt fl J^^, Leyd. Pap. 3, 13, Shipwreck 149, to laugh, to smile, laughter; I J ^^ |g> ^aaaaa y ^^ <^ , p. iii6b, 41, the laughter of pain ; Copt. CüüfLe. sebtà p J ^ (j ç J] ! ^, Rev. 13, 43, equipment; var. I J ft (0 ; h gû; Copt. co&xe sebti H "&J L—Û, Rev. 11, 131, 145,- n 11 ' /)/) & Rev- I3» 63> preparation, pre- I JloiiSi' paredness; Copt. cofL'f. \ to laugh ; Copt. OJOfte. £ IV, 219, to inhale, to II' smell. Sbeth-ti FIJI ^1 cm, Rec. 36,211; var. * * J ft o-j, * * jl crzi, fort, citadel. Digitized by Microsoft ® sbeth p B sbeth pJ
p [661 ] S •P -*P.H>A(-P«LA).PJ sebtipj^O.pj^c.Rev. 13, 63, wall; plur. |1 JC^> jj ^^L, !, Heru- a name of Alexandria. sàtef Stele 130; Copt. Coß.T\ "»»PJTDA- S-betesh H J^^gA, to make weak or feeble; caus. of J ^ j^jy seD (1 n = ~_H— tnerest> remainder; Copt. -»Pi-PILL sep-t nDo^ Rec* 3°' 4' list' writins> I Q ' document, ordinance. sep H ° |(^=>?[> P. 418, M. 599, N. 1204, Içoè^, I L-=/J, Rec. 26, 64, to equip a boat with tackle, to work the tackle. sep-t nD0,nD, Pq(®> Rec. 26, 64, C^ V^ ' décrets 29, 107, tackle of a boat; [JÜQ ^_^ Ï] "%* equipment of a keben-t boat I o Jè€ts' (*•<?•> a boat of Byblbs). sep p° flax; Copt, cenni. sep-t p°£),T. 376, linen (?) Sep fl D °^/, to fight, to slay. sep-t I i\ , a kind of instrument. Sep [1 ^ jU , B.D.G. 41, 693, 1064, Berg. 49, Metternich Stele 129, 11 ^, , ! j^ï, a Heliopolitan form of Osiris ; D /WV\AA * G /VAAAAA I \, Jjj, Piänkhi Stele 101, the road of Sep; m d 11 û i'Hymn °f Darius 32'the gods of the company of Osiris. Sepit ^%. J), a goddess. "** P«. Mill' 111 f I ? s > ^£ 'nome' 111 m 11111 n n HIII country; plur. ™*, ^, nD3Hffi,.T. 146, ' v o III 1 1 1 ' I ûffiŒ ' Mil DC,. P. 188, 668, M. 778, fi D3ffiŒ~, N. 904, \\\° ,,,,, I £^ mir I I 'o ■V-*P°&™:>PoST. P. 304, the two divine nomes; '__ (] 0 ÖÖ Ô' Rec. 33, 3, wooded land. , Berg. ^»"(UPSVSys&j Sep-t en tchet-tt „ .01 -™-AD£4 II, '12, a name of the necropolis. sep-t I , Rec. 16, 72, estate! I o cr~3 Sep I <z&<, to pass the time (?) Spa f1^^5^!'^00-' s-pa ^M'V-568j Pd^n- 75i> make to fly; caus. of •£< <gv i^. Sepi H D £&, a worm-like fish (?) sepu (?) (1 D%0, Peasant 155 . . '. sepu \\ , a dose of medicine. D Jrill S-penâ I /vw^va 51^?, to overturn, to cap- r 0 . size; caus. of *"w* *xzk. s-perr [IS, Rec. 34, 177, P^j]> IV, 968, Thes. 1480, to make to come forth, to act with strength ; caus. of <rr> J\ ; Copt. nppe. sper R D /o^, P. 400, jlrj^^, N. n d' n d no -^©^ zs? <rz>, Amen. 20, 16, , . I , (2 A A I -A(£ I ***** A -ox n @ n D (2 W to arrive at a place, ^U' r<=> a Sper-t neter-s j\ to come. 1 fl, Tuat XII: (1) a wind-goddess of dawn; (2) one of the 12 goddesses who towed the boat of Àf into ,ifithe eastern sky. 2 T 3
f1 sper p ^ [ 662 ] S f1 ~V? to ask, to beseech, to implore, to make a J\' complaint. sper-t <=>, iv, 970, <= p« >, prayer, petition, request. speru P°~* j,Hh. 439, <§. © H\ ^^v^H! IV, 971. Petitions, äi' <=>J?2lili' Prayers. speru \\^\^\& Z^\ 3, petitioner, plaintiff.. sper-ti sper p^ plur. 1 ,1 1 1 1 I<z^ ^^ (Ph IV, 11 xi, plaintiff, peti- <=> \\2l' tioner. s, (l^^U. 123, rib; s, Rec. 30,67 ; Copt. CTIip. £7, a» metal vessel or object. <rr>, c o, a mineral substance, o III' 1 1 1' sper sper-t speh p d j[ <®, N. 424, 509, T. 263, 323, ^\ ^, to lasso, to fetter, to bind. Speh-t H D 8 ö, lasso, tie, fetter. Speh pD|^, Rec 3I,3Mheaname Speh-[t]-ur-t [1 d |<a 0 j^, n. 976, a goddess who tied the legs of animals for sacrifice. speh-t [)D$-^\ u. 312, HdI^, I D R °^> parts of the body, a joint from the lower part of the back of some animal. S-peh H d ? .A, Rec. 26, 13, to make to arrive ; caus. of to divide, to separate, to open the bowels ; caus. s-pekhar PS>P n <§. to write, to engrave, to draw designs, to enroll, OR designer of the temple of Ptah. to register ; s-pekhar (1 _^ =3 (2 j\ vy , Rec. 31 ,•3., fl )■• caus. of J\. t- -, to make to go round, "to surround, to .brandish [weapons © 1 1 1. spes Id ' L-=fl, to overthrow, to slay. spes n a n #,A^-. i9fo6î io7'f x°9'to I I /V skip, to jump, to dance. , to build. B.D. 137, 50, 179» 3> the name of a god. spes n d n Spes RdO sept fl D ö; see Fl ö £ N. 594, PD dP, M. 219, [1D () , Peasant 167, p°r"p°K^PA~; M (] @ ^ » R-ev- *3> 27j tn-e two liPs > ' CZ^ ^*,—>> Rec- 26> 233; M -_U^U^_^'— = "ifoVr riCto, Gen. xli, 3 ; "^ ® """** G> V& on my lip; Copt. cnoXOT, Heb. D^HStp, Arab. <Li.l--' , rim of a vessel, edge, , shore of the /VA/VAAA /VA/VAAA AiVWTA sept nD—," margin of a lake; i the water's edge ; -^ Mediterranean. sept , plinths, bases (?) Sept fl D J, the name of a god = Sept-ti (?) p D R ft,Litanie 22>two P,ume_s Septi-khenu PD"^Sii,PD ® si* nD3a* nDeaii* nD • 33 ' I Ü N 1 I Cl W NN I Cl /VA/VAAA N. N Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 663 ] S P A * *, fi D 9 ® fjl , Dendcrah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. Sîttx«'«:. Septi-tenb H D — Ä j\ /, B.D. 36, 2, a title of Äpshait. Sept (l°y, [l°ß, tobe ready, prepared; **p J^ßjj. sept 11 <t=<,, preparation, arrangement. sept fi D ^, ready for the road ; [1D ß jj strong sharp horns ready to attack ; I A , provided with a mouth, i.e., able to speak skilfully and boldly. «* P^A' h^ PÄ' Al- ß| j), p^es.,^1, 'Py, IV, 975, tobe prepared, ready; IA 11 (I, T. 271, ready; P^A! ~ o , ready for an opportunity; J? , U. 94, IV, 372, with ready eye; pa y ^\, IV, ,084, Pjy-J, with ready, skilful tongue; I A , with ready mouth; P-AT-AT^A^TAI?- IV, 1014, ready with watchful intelligent face; ^ JL A fl 11V IV' ii52> provided with skilled fingers; Copt. Cfixe.- septet Pè^AfPèAiPè A.Z.45, 124, HAd^ t0 be ready> P_rePared>' «*> -+'| Quc^iJ' Copt, cßT-urr. Septit nAA.U-^^T'^.awoman I Li c or goddess with child. septu^$$j,ß7$j|[j,peop.e who are provided with goods, i.e., the well-to-do," the wealthy. rations, provisions, daily food, stores of food Septu ß ^ , Berg. I, 14, a crocodile-god. Sentn A % Ombos I, 186-188, one of PV ü 5Ü * the 14 kau of Rä. Sept-àb A ^ Ber6- *' l6' an ibis-god, a Li I ' protector of the dead. Sept-àbeliu PAJL.SEÄib,'"- 282,N.7i9+io, pßJL,^, N-7'9./\JL, ^,A.Z. ,9,o, „8, p^^\!|, a god. Sept-äbui ßfl—aJ^N\\, B.D. "OMO,/\>\iIVi6i6i/\fl_i,J^>Xi Aflo ^V C^W^ ». 72, a title of several bull-gods. Sept-t-uauau [Ü | Ç\ £) Q I, Tuat II, the 2nd Gate of the Tuat. Septu-metut p ^ ß ^ $> I I I V " ', the 6th Gate of the Tuat. Septu-hennu-ti A J] ? ^1 o\ A^, B.D. 78, 42, AlHrr^l Rec. 28, 166, a title of Rä and of Amen. Septu-her (\f]^, Berg. I, 16, [1 Jl w A ^. (1) a lion fire-god; (2) an ibis-god, the Li I ' god of the 18th day of the month. Digitized by Microsoft & Septu-kheri-nehait A | <=> <ffi> ^MiKJ^^I-5-0-125'111'21' a mystic title of the deceased. Septu-kesu, etc. /\^^^^ j» etc., B.D. 145A, the doorkeeper of the 16th Pylon. Septiu [)ßc-=>^,P. 7oi,/\^,N. 719, PA=LVU-^PA-P^A-U-^ P.2oo,669,M.779,p^^|,p^O^ a god of the Eastern Delta. SeptU A , Tuat XI, the zodiacal light (?) 2 T 4
f1 s [ 664 ] n D o Septit fl^^^, U. 221, P. 309, 603, «»«. »s., pa X:^.n. .056,(1^ N. 1*4*. (l/£, M. 68o, |1 ß jL^jJJ. Hh. 393, lA^O J, B.D. 101, 13, no, 33, 149, "1 Thes. 86ff., the Dog-star; p ß JL,|\|\/\' N' 168; <=P>/\ > the rising of Sothis which marked the beginning of the Egyptian year ; Gr. 2w0*ç. Seütit A ° Tomb Seti I, Sothis, the queen **' [)*' of the 36 Dekans. Septiu PJiJ\()() jfj j, B.D. (Saïte) 17, 57, 32> 5, '3°> 7, tne Sothic deities. , Rec. 19, 18 : (1) the followers of Sept in the Eastern Delta ; (2) allies of the Libyans. Septu^-tiUesof:-^^ Q LS düüü A 1 « . 0 wj *a/w\a -vi 1 Ooshen 2. Septu-Heru-àab-t A %> Jj ^fj the god Sept + the Eastern Horus. Septu-Shu^ß^r^ Goshen 2, Sept-Shu son of Râ. Septu-Gemhes AR, U. 219, P. 200, 669, M. 779, 936, ^ Jv,, ^SV, ^T"' a form of Horus worshipped in the Eastern Delta. Sept I isisw., a mythological worm. sept pßc->, u. 94, 372, p/\ U. 401, to cut, to slay. . sept p^ß fa-*P«L-ÄT'PcLjlÄ X , a triangular plot of ground. sep^m'ûlm'ÛMl'/\m'akindofs,one' stone scrapers (?) Septat-âiikh f p^^^.Tua« VIII, the name of a goddess in the Tuat. V ^>] B.D. 145, VI, 24, a kind of wood. Septll A^k, triangle. s-petetchpjj^^, N. 806, to collect, to gather together; caus. septch p^/\, triangle. sef pt f1^- "f-. r=- U. 180, Hh. 88, yesterday, day before yesterday ; Copt. C&.q. Sef fl*^*- ^'^' *?' T5' a l'on"S°d> symbol I © ' . of " yesterday." Sef-maa-heh-en-renput fl ^^~ —^ «jpf (Iss Q ^-ec' x^, II0> flame, fire, sei |'*—)^> heat, blaze. sefsef i^r}Ai to smelt, to liquefy, to COOk;p^jp=pK_P^. Sefsef ^^|« $&*• sef L , I L_J], to rub down, to cut up, punishment. Sef L , knife: see I q : plur. I n \J,A.Z.I9oo,2r,pTpp J p^^j, to knap flint knives sefa n. & to suffer or endure vexation, to feel disgusted or annoyed. sef her p '^ "§*, to be long-suffering. sef-t I 1 °» ' a ] L annoyance. sefu^^^p^p, mild or patient man, gracious ; plur. I . £ 21 i' the meek. sefa p *<=_ "^ V 0, to kill, to slay. "■PTflWTM»'» young, babe, child, a title of the rising sun. Rec. '21, 82, patience (?) Rev. 14, 4, to make to rise ; caus. sefit (?) p s-fi p w Digitized by Microsoft ®
p sefi [1 ^ O, p *—- (j(| Ö. unguent, scented oil, an anointed person. Sefsef I I , to pour out, to overflow; see /• Rev. 12, 46, fl^fj!) jj() -ft \> Rev. 12, 25, sefi fl^flfluj [ 665 ] S p Sefekhp-EE,p-';;;,a Rev. 12, 26, sword, knife ; Copt. CHqe. Rev., sword, knife ; Copt. cKqe. sefu p^^L-Jl, IV> 5°«, to kiii^to f1 sefsef fl^p^^x^, (1 w to sharpen. J 3, Rec. 16, 56, \\ s-fen P^ Ä I /WWSA 1 ***■ I /p ^vfc^,, to be gracious, to suffer patiently I /WWSA ^ -£T^ to endure, weary, annoyed, vexed ; caus. ' sefni H ^ £3 <&, Israel Ste,e>. J5: I \\ 2i gracious ö I ,1 /WWSA I I /wwsaÇ' I (Ö I /WWSA Ö -tf, sefnu , , , I /wwsa Ç I <£ IV, 970, Thes. 1481, a kindly man, indolent, patient. ■ sefna P^;^k"^^'tosiumber- se fen I www 5 to split, to cleave. sfent I /wwsA ^. £ /lj to slay, to stab, knife, sword, dagger ; I www V S [I c t a reed-cutter's knife. sfent àh n: L=J1 5B butcher, sacrificing official. S-fent I /www t Hymn to Nile 1, 8, 9, to loathe, to be troubled or disgusted at something, to suffer, to endure ; caus. Sefer, Sefert fl *^, fe, U. 648, [I ^^ ^^» Rev. 1,158, 2,19, Mon. Civ. 33, 5, a fabulous animal with the head of a hawk and a pair of wings. ' mi n o nu O 111' I^^iii no n*^-,,,, n5^^-,,,,/wtT h. r I'^'l' OJ_ll«T O ,„ö^'Hh-4i6, seven ; varr. ..—4 + 3, "5 + 2; fem. 1 1 1 mi m ,U.63o,[l =» nu m II ,U.63i, K^-llll Où ill' T. 305, 307, flV11" T- 3°6 ' Copt- C<^> 6 5,à7> | * m' Heb. vnuJ sefekhnu ""n."" ö , seventh. Ill III o' sefkhu ':::'-[i! nnnn nnn I seventy; Copt, i ' çyqe. Sefkhit T , Rec. 3, 116, a goddess. Sefkhit-äbut pj^ \^ $, iv, f1^^^,' xy» A-z- '^s. 75, v.V ^^ , Rev. 11, 153, a goddess of letters, writing, numbers and painting and consort of Thoth. s-fekh n; U. 448, P. X25, M. 94, N. xoo, P^~<®. Rec- 31» 25. ' ^ _g>> [i^^c^, p^^ C3, Rec. 29, 155, to loosen, to untie, to unbind, to relax, to set free ; caus. of^"o^; p^J"^, Rec. 31,26, p undone, set free, unbolted (of a door) ; I 1 Q , to break or remove a seal ; I 7\ ^ \v , to cut off, to cut away. s-fekhekh p^J, U. 3. T. 233, 281, p ^T ^\, N. 218, to unloose, to untie ; I _ _ @ • P- 237' Pïï^T' N' 7°7;CaUS- °f s-fekhu P V T \-p-245,0 "•"$• ec. 27,223,31,171, p^^^'TT'»to put off one's garments, to undress. sefkhu f1^-c=^:,B.M.448,of VIA I ® (2 1 1 1 -^111 » i—i Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [666 ] S CTD Rec. 17, 149, J\ sefkhi[t] p-J- undressing chamber (?) Sefekh[it] neb-s H *J~ —•—, a goddess. sefekh H^^.Hh. 162 sefekh en nemtt H *1J~@ sandals (?) S-fekk l^z^, jI ^z^ "^=a, to pour out, to be poured out, exhausted ; caus. sefkek-t fl "^^ v—"° destruction, éxhaus- | <zzz*> Ck ' tion. Sefeg [I j£ , P. 216, Rec. 30, 197 ; Rec. 31, 175. seft n^^">ïî>^ ^r> I022»t0 s'av»t0 °^er I o E /!' up sacrifice. seft fl1^ V Jp, Koller Pap. i, 5, fl*^ \v , I "=^, IV, 666, knife, sword ; plur. PTVl'PT'-.lH)^ Anastasi I, 25, 7, belt knife, dagger; I ^fl "™" 'I * lllll, a sword five cubits long ; Copt. CHqe, Syr. ncl*A, Arab. ^^, Eth, hg<£ ; Gr. f/0o<f. seft p^Saj,The, I284,p^^7, animals to be slaughtered. seftU fl *^^N ^^ vS butcher, slaugh- I a JÉTL-floT terer. ^pP^I-PT-P^I. I Ç) 1, pitch, a kind of holy oil ; var. *<==- W. seftP"rV Pl%.. B.D.,Rea4, 87, 20, a kind of bird. seft I , a kind of ground or earth. seftseft P ^" P ^" I ^, to stride. sefth p ^ Q, u. 58, p ^, u. 38, N. ^P-^P-flfcifc*. a kind of sacred oil. T^, to slay, to kill. S—fl , slaughterer. seft p^ sefti p; seft P^X' t^, A.Z. 1880, 95, sword, dagger. ■ -»Pk-PkÄ-Pkl-- 27,230, pf ^^^, ^^^, a kind of priest, director; p^^ overseer of the P sem priests. E.T..I, 53, confidant. I sem ^^^ semuPksfii.'PMi'thedeffied priests of Ptah and Apis at Memphis. Sem p t\ S§|f> Palermo Stele, a god sem.... pt\ r-vlQs. M. 693 semut(?) [\<=$) I Rec. 31, 169 Semu taui P^L y^. Rec- 27, 222, "guide of the Two Lands"—a title of a'god. —.-mipiUkâ'P&^É' f»kM-Pk&P*kô- H j|\J, to bless ; Copt. CJULOY. Rev. sem p^^^. p^ { blessing ; Copt. CJULOT. sem IK, p$j, Rev. 14, 10, to resemble. sem ^l^ <*===<„ Rec. 3, 48, picture. , "»P-=^!^Î.P^!.PT'I- Pk^f PTJ-LD-m'i94> 3°> P sem form, image, kind, manner, practice, custom. -t(?) PK^'^-11' J47,P_ U, Rev. 12, 87, form, likeness ; Copt. CJULOX. P^|M'action'custom(?) PMk'SphinxStele5'P^k sem sem , I 1\ >^, deed, undertaking Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 667 J sem Pkü-^Pkül U. 493, 578, N. 860, 1326, P^^î, M. 716,- PkWN-**Pk*^P* $Wllh='PkJi*-Pk ji***-PiË^PkM' herb, grass, pasture, field, crop, herbage ; plur. p*k*i'*Pk*:'Pi!k \% Pk*ft PiUkf !• Thes. 1288, \\W ^R> , IV, 749, f) f\ ^, T5 III I JÖ^t Ml Rec. 31, 175 ; Copt. CIJUL. 3 sem-t •S't-89'P^:'m-241' o, N. 620, herbs, vegetables. <tfy 1, herbs, field pro- jÄ j Love Songs 1, 10, élT 1 ' flowers of speech. semit fl>^ duce; ^\ sem HT \ W\ t0 Pile offerings upon sem H tjl ^ Rec. 6, 136, temple (of the head); see[l J^. 1 sem see tchàm. sem f*rnt<*\. var } 000 Ui P ^ ^ ^ ' U- 368' tW° bUllS- sem-t (1 |\û B, a kind of animal> I Ä A. ' lizard (?) semsem PkPk-"-Pk Pk^'PkPk^PkP% I V\ I f^yjl > horse, a pair of horses (?) ; plur. kPk^;conipareHeb-D-?:iD- , n s ûO sem-t I ^s\ 11 , a night garment, apparel. Sem-t, Semtt fl fk ° , fl Qua, Rec. 28, 169, p^, p the Theban necropolis I O O semu P N. 936, lands, domains. Digitized by form, to report news or intelligence;* Copt. T&.JUL0. sma n^ .P_>kT^. to unite, to join oneself to someone or something. smai ta , Rec 31, 19, union [with] earth, i.e., burial. sma fl _Jp \o, T. 11, P. 191, M. 193, N. 702, Rec. 31, 28, p _> 3 , T. 332, P ^ ^, Rec «6, 78, p _> "^ (|(| \Dl. temple ; I £ , the two temples ; 1 ^Jp >* ^ ^ P- 423' M- 34°' N' 76°' hair' hairy Uil U>\> UV temples. smai M 'T (](], dresser of the body of the god( j^lsfj)- — P^làT'Tk?,^ 1, 48, a bundle of cloth. smap^^^^,R-^,to sma p _> ^T^3, P. 183, p _> £7= , M. 289, P_>\» [V >ïî>^ Rec 8,124, 20,42, I ■ L-JI ; varr. I ^> H <t MLto slay>to kilL Rec. 27, 57, ' slaughter. UT^ -fl sma-t p _^£ ^^ smau p sma P ^>j, U. 275, knife, sword Sma p sma p _> 9-^^, p _> Ö, U. 589, P^\^S>M.823,p^^,p_> \ Ö, fl _Jp 1js\ ^1, a bull or cow slain as a sacrifice; fem. P —£ S ; plur. I £ ^\ /Itf/crosoft® ^^ V&, slaughterer. E—f\ 21 P. 568, the god of the vertebrae of Osiris.
p s [ 668 ] S P £glll, P. 669, |l _> &£%.£?,JL 779. i5, i56- Smati p _> ö^^i0!)!)' u- 596, p _> o— S o !)!) yjj, P. 682, a bull-god. Smait p -^"fcj» u- 493. H-^ « Ö B.D. 177, 7, a cow-goddess. Sma-ur p _J> c^=, ^ ^* » u- 28o> N. 124, a bull-god; fem. '»'• 359, Smait urit p _> "O— ^ ^ /VAAAAA S <=>, N. 177. Ci Ci ., p. 613, Ck Ck a , P. 712, N. 802, 1363, Ck Sma tï—*<z>, T. 359, a cow-goddess. ta 1 Rec. 31, 12, a goddess. "Bull"—name of a boat of Àâhmesl. Sma p_J,^è^, s-maàr [1 _> ^ (| <=> fl\ ^, see 3 s-maâ ; caus. of JW j\ y\ . , Hh. 453, p-^, Rec. 20, 42, p ^ p _> ^ { Rec. 33, 36, [i~==j, p^Jj^^» Àmen 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 -^^ : ; 1 applied to the wind, a director favourable wind Smaâ-llUti (1 ^ | V° <a $ Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 74). s-maâ p^.fld^j.pd^ ^, III, 141, to ascribe righteousness or blessing to someone ; Copt. CJUl<LJUl«&.<LT, CJULOY. S-maä I ^-p Q£, to appeal for justice, to pray to have a wrong righted. s-maa-t i 1, an appeal, petition ; o 21 1 , righteous edicts. s-maä kheru I \ J © P=£<LI* '■Ps£l <§. , to make true the word, i.e., to prove innocent, to justify a person. s-maâ kheru pf3 j%$, Thes. 1482, justifier. S-maâ I ^2? j\, to make straight or level the path of someone; *=Jp ^-^- ]\ JJ d we make straight for thee the roads of Âgert. Ck s-maâ 7^, to cut, to dig. P^fl\ smaâiu H ^ ÛÛ % \l > slaughterers. smaâm P £ 1\ ^, to make a noise, to terrify with noise. smaäh P _> § s \,t0 entreat> tor SUP- * I OA Vi plicate. Smai(?) \\_J,^,SZ^te&l s-maui p _> w ^ |, IV, 863, p P->MrwP->M4P¥ w , to renew, to repair, to rebuild ; caus. of ^.^^ Smam p £ ^•P-> ^■P w , M. 772, \ ^5^' J? <§. 1—Ù H !» % l\ %s^ t0 s,ay>to kil1' ' I —* lAlU' to slaughter. Digitized try Microsoft ®
n [ 669] Ci smam-t 1 _Jp K\ |\ " , slaughter. \\ , victim, sacrifice, the slain. smamiu H >^>-. | butchers, slaughterers, the avenging gods. s m a m \ ^» bull> wild bull: plur. H _> 5^, (1 3 / Mi I — *Y\ ^fcjl I, Peasant 207. Smamit 1 _Jp t\~* ^33, a cow-goddess. Smam[it] H^ ^\ |\J,B.D. 110, 43, a goddess of Sekhet-Âani. Smam-ur P_> \^ B.D. 17, 114, a bull-god who was the soul of the Earth-god Geb. Smamit urit ^ J, Rec, 30,186, a cow-goddess. smam ta fl _Jp Peasant 309, burial. M&Wfo- s Smam-ti P_> w , B.D. 145, VI, 25, the porter of the 6th Pylon. P_> s-mam 1 _^, $, to please, to gratify; caus. of (I £ &. smamu 1 _Jp ^\ t\ ^\ ^, foliage. Smamu P _> ^ ^ ^ ^ J. P-> /VA/VNAA Ö <=>, N. 177; Ci Ci •cloud-gods (?) Smant-urt see Sma-ur. s-mar P_>"^^; ««. (1_> \ "% %•. M iL 1 ^L-J> M1 *A ^r^j IV, 1089, to make miserable; caus. smatchit <Z>- 30, 67, a part of a ship. .^ o , Rec. n\ sma w Pîflé-P ,ä. n I- P2Q—ô- Rev. 13, 30, to report, to inform, to make an announcement; Copt. CJÜÜUie. semmài fl 150, fl », Rev. 11, 145, I, to report, to inform against, to accuse ; Copt. CJULJUL6. smà I 0 ft ra, herald, reporter. sma, smi £ PiU&NMÄlNM w 1 I, report, story, narrative, proclamation, declaration ; Copt. C6JULI. smà-t fl 0 A o & utterance, speech, word, èi £±T' order. semmài "ll^QÛ M^^, Rev. 12,22, report, accusation." Smà fl Q H, B.D. 169, 23, whip; plur. ^I^.n' Peasant l8MTI ^E1^m,RD' I49'H'8- smà non,rd- i6>,%3, aAfc;ed è v. animal (?) in Abydos. smàinuneh-t PJII,', ? ral^» paste made from the fruit of the sycomore-fig tree. sman /VA/WSA o III m m m 15 ! a kind of incense or O o 1 perfume. Smàn 1 Q (j J), the Incense-god. Smàtit[l|()]~ smàti p|(| 0 \\ L-fl Rec. 16, 109, a ' goddess. Mar. Aby. I, 6, 37, weigher (?) Digitized by Microsoft ®
[670] S sma aß , Rec. 29, 146, 30, 188, a !> pole used in working a boat ; plur. S-[a]mm' fl t\ J|^ M, to burn up, to consume; caus. of ^ ^ fj. s-mär n =>!, Rec. 33, 3, P j °, ibid. 32, 79, |1 j^<=>|jö, '^<_> cfc |, 1 t\ °<=fc , to please, to make happy, to dress a god or a man in festal attire ; var. fl J|yi Y I, Rec. 16, 56; caus. of ; I Jb^J Y 0, festal raiment. ! Slayer "—a name of Set ; plur. 1 I I U , the asso- Nesi-Âmsu 14, 15, I ciates of Set. smi-t fl |\ flfl ^-=0, fight, combat, battle. Ä> a, A.Z. nix a. smun Rf\ ^,fl I _B*^ /WWW I 1896, 39, Heruemheb n, (If ro Qf > M Ufa»» Metternich Stele 188, assuredly, really and truly, verily, to acclaim. smuh fl |sf W Rec' 36, 78, petition, ' I -Jy^ X JS supplication. smut(?) P^\^=P|!)^.toreport. s-men fl=f [1 = 1 1 [1 = 1, ,,,,,,, _ _ I *www I /www Ä U I /www \J2/ I 3 , A : , to stablish, to be established; I /WWW U vi* (J " " ■ " n caus. of 3 ; Copt. CJUime, ceJUim. /WWW (J smen-tà [1 D ] (|, N- X23°> staWishar, I /vAAAAA U 1 stablished. smenn [1 S3, P. 672, M. 662, (1 £S il, I /WW/W 1 0 e u "I <^ Ö f established ; [) S ^k j] 1, IV, 204, done into writing effectively, /WWW smen-t [) 13, u. 559, IV, 655, H A I i M k£l, Coronation Stele, a stablish <Si/ U I /WWW ing, stability, a standing still, halt. n 1111111 r- , order, foundation. I AAAAAA x Smen user fld^ 1 $ v&, A.Z. 1906, I /WWW nÜ/ A ^1 133, the title of a priest. /WWW smenti n IV, 344, porter, carrier. smenti fl S ? ? a pair of members of I o \\ 1 1 1 the body. Smenu fl ^^ o%à.P. 742, a god. I /WWW /I 1 £*£cr N*I75' Smentt /WWW, 1. 355, Ci Ci I /www jjk., N. 811, a goddess. AA/WW Smen maät em Uast 0 a title of Àmen-Râ. Smen fl lîiiiiii (1 ?$, Stunden 44 I /www ü _/j —»P~5!âlP~°M I 7$ b, image, form, statue ; plur, I /www (~ /1 " ,1111111, smenut 11 -www Rec. 32, 64, monu- a mi ments. omûT,„ fl ^^ 1 ! IV, 428, objects made smenu 1 *vww 1 > ** » •» n Jj> 1 of bronze. smenu /www (_/ ,U. 571, T. 387, P. 699, Idüüüöö^; n. 976, parts of Ö xj^^-' a ladder, rungs (?) /WWW immJl WVWS M. 66<;, N. i28r, I vww» 0 IDS smen I /WWW _Zij zwwaa TT a kind of goose ; Copt. CJULOTHe. smen-t I /www Smen P Ck /WWW goose. s, N. 953, a goose-god; var. f1^1^ /WWW s-menmen I ^^ '^ y\, I , I /WWW /WWW I /WWW Vi Rec. 31, 15, to make to move, to remove ; caus. Smen-t I /www j\ , withdrawal, departure. Smen-t I /www <*, P. 611, incense, perfume. I /WWW U U I /WWW /* U IV, 1184, to complete, to make perfect, to set in good order, to beautify, to endow richly, to Digitized by Microsoft ®
p [ 671 ] embellish ; I ww ^ n Ü , perfected, established ; caus. of a /VS/WVA (J smenkh-t P wjw ^ j adornment. «•p^ptopïic ^^•pf^È^'-1""60'"01"1^ ^. p ? T> p-P ? IC M i P1CWP?1CMÉI'IV 1073, p^^f. IV> 898, 1094, p3^ $ msi-™—^pïscw !^<=>j^, M. 391, \\^\, N. 658 1 î 1C II $ G' thC Chief SmCr; P ï I the smeru of CD' the Court. smer uâti 0?"^, Hï ^^•p^âpîmé "^^ "^6 VvP, a title of nobility higher than <=> \\ ^^ Si smer, perhaps unique smer ; plur. I Y "^^ wf wf wf ' Pf ^^ <=>^V smer, only one of love, a title of nobility. "^PttTMftAlfHt ^(](]^j,aguildofpriests;[)^^ pZr| wiStST' ^ea(^ers °ftne caravan (?) Smer nesert ^ ^ *, the goddess of the 8th hour of the night. S-mer H^ t\ ^^, to make to suffer, smer- smer smer smer s-met s p t 1 <z> 1, B.D. 172, 15, eyelids. (1 fêk <=::=> Rec. 6, 6, to dress, to IÄ 5 ' array. Kj^ X ' ' ornamenlal raiment P^_2^|,Rev. 11,167 lPk^'Pk2^'R- 26, 79, to make to forget ; caus. sm<* P^^M'PTf'tocryoui' to beseech, to pray. s-m^P3'P~^EÄI2'. Rev. 11, 125, to flood, to submerge, to fill-full. S-meh-àb |1 t\ °^ O, to satisfy. smeh ^^««sJèâas.P. 42i,M. 603, N. 1208, fl CK=>\ ? è^, a boat. In the Pyramid <ö<ö<o nnnn Texts its length is 770 cubits, ^, fl Q;^(g : smeh n t\ S =J Ö, a kind of wine or beer (?) ; Copt. CÂX&.& (?) smehi w , Anastasi I, 23, 4, P t\ § ^-^» Rougé I.H. II, 125, the left hand, left side ; Gr. àc/uax ; see Herodotus II, 30, and [1^^. s-mekh (s-khem) fl ^~~ ^_, Pap. 3024, 68, IV, 943, p ^ J^, IV, 965, 1161, to forget j I ^ a , Hymn to Nile 16, 9; caus. of C inflict pain ; caus. of H- ^\ ^^. smer H t\ <=T>, Rev. 12, 65, the left hand ; Heb. ^NÖtp, Assyr. ^ f- Jgy, Arab. J^.Syr.^. The Egypt, p^^, the à afiax °f Herodotus II, 30, is probably a mistake for I ^\ ¥■ (?) Digitized by Microsoft® smekh (skhem) f) |\® J |], Thes. 1207, image. s-mekht (?) p ^ ^ ^ »B"D; ;69;5; S-mes n iï| M, P. 243, to deliver a woman: p ßß, A-z-1873' T3J ; Cop1- ejtxecio. smesu I [fl H w) 1^ 1, Mar. Aby. 1, 8, 86, goslings just hatched. Smesit (1 (fl Q() o, IV, 225, midwife.
p s [ 672 ] S P Sems P 1\ —»— ]\, to burn, to consume, —PkP—PÏ^PÎP— il f\ IIA, stake, club, mallet, mace. Sems fi f\ P °, to look; Copt. COJULC. semsàa-t p^p^3^, T. 374, M. 125, covering, .' a kind of garment. semsuPkP^u-44o'PM^' T.25,P.697,p^^|,N.968,p^ P'ft'PkP'PkPft-PkPfcft. ■ftkmPkPMî-Pkl M^PMfl'PkP^M ^■PkPM$.PîP-M" Slele 245, eldest, firstborn; plur. I | I ^K, t-'»Pki^ •:■'•"* PkP i- T.326)|^|!,Rec.32,8I,p^p^ MM^PkPMJïÉi' i|\ P<==>PtklVu'5l6, olderthan the eldest. SemSuh[ai]-t|^ra.,pU^ H$ H] ]$\ (](] » eldest of a priest's college. Semsu qet-t en Ptah f! t\l^ D |, T. 87, fft \ .v D 8 %, M. 240; N. 6x8, the eldest-born of the workshop of Ptah, a title of the high-priest of Ptah. »-«-PkPftii; Pap. 24, a title of Thoth. Sems neb àakhu HT p^$'" derah II, n, one of the 36 Dekans. Semsit set nekhenkhen-t f]<«*)£== K-PkP r3 , Rhind Den- û : 1 ftAAAAA ft/WW\ I ^ ^ ^, Rec * 34,191, one of the 12 Thoueris goddesses. semsu A.Z. 1906, 112, a priest's title. semsun p T fl «J» Ö, pot, vessel. Semseru P^fl<=>^^. Rec- 36 202, a god. semkett p Stele, p Palermo U. 220, M. 263, P P. 177, the boat of the evening sun ; var. v\ I f^^Lyl^ , M. 263, 657 ; see Sektt. Smet p t\~\ u. 219, p tx^jk, M. 496; see Mestà, one of the four sons of Horus. smet Pk) smeti fl^1 u ^e Parts °f ^e eyel'ds to I :=^:' which kohl was applied. Smeti p^==vc, p^==, pT^:,Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. CJUL<S.T\ Rev. 14, 37, eye-paint; Copt. CXHJUL. smet (e=S) ^, P. 402, M. 574, *• »* p:> PkT. p vJH ©s^ ^ Ä Amen. 21, 12, to hear, to P^ _B^ a S± listen, to eavesdrop (?) Smeti fï>k«=£#'Rec-21'78' enquirer, investigator. (e=S) \ , P. 61J Smet, Smetà p Pk^N—Pk^ N. 873, a god n smett Rec. 26, 75; var. P^j^]^ ^ ^ , Rec. 26, 75, agod(?) . . . Smetup^^|,p^|, B.D. 144, the watcher of the ist Arit. smet p^; p' win a kind of grain or seed used in medicine. -—Pki-LA."^ Rev. 12, 62, form; CJULOX. Digitized by Microsoft®
n s [ 673] S (e=S) ir=a w s-meter H '"ï? 11 ^f 1^lllA2ïïP p^ivp:?^ PTlUPTIHV^kUÄ- IT& 11 St' t0 enQuire lnt0 a matter, to make an investigation, to verify, to inspect, to examine ; PT s-met H 11 O i i i n i i i IV, 1076; caus. \\ \>2 declare; caus. of ll ct^t^^\ to make to speak, to smet smet-t STfr PSÇÎ- PIC kind, manner, copy, likeness, form, similitude ; Copt. CJÜLOT. n servant, serf, subordinate, slave born on an estate, underling ; plur. IV, 97 ^ Smet I vs\ a , a crocodile-god, the god of the 23rd day of the month. smet j\ n n Thes. 1323, to walk, to move, to carry. Smet -1 * Pkr.pr Û0' * ^SP ^3 /w\AftAV^£7 S—fl' V£7; * o O the half-monthly festival; plur, n * half month, * ^E7 * * * ftAAAftA pj £=>» inn T. 12, M. 763; ftAAAftA ^27 the festival of the 15th day of the o O ' month. s^Pk-T-prr.p *, Tomb Seti I, one of the 36 Dekans; var. o< * Tomb Ram. IV; Gr. S^aT. Smet meh-t 1 I, 88, Mercury. Smet res-t (1 Smet ser-t H I, 85, one of the 36 Dekans. Smetsmet [\'==:c=z a hippopotamus-goddess. °°S Annales X Annales I, 88, Jupiter. >, Annales , B.M. 1075, smet smet-t . ni rows of inlaid stones, o m' inlayings. n 00000 — U. 65, N. 320, kohl, antimony; Copt. CXKJUL. smet-t n o 1 1 1 "»* o ° o, eye paint, Thes. 1207, Jf^ a I in smetchetchu weapons, tools, implements. Ok ^\ , U. 1 ^\ I QV abomination. «P—P-^PV'PVi-P,?;- pronom, suffix 3rd pers. plur., they, them, their ; dual n I /VW*A (1, N. I238 = I \\ \\ ftAAAftA ! I I I M. 677, N. 1239 M. 675; P. 642 = Hh. 342 ; nftAAAftA xx , P. 549» Rec 3°. 69- senui ||, masc. two ; fern, senti „ ; Copt. cn<L*r. n sen-nu Ö , T. 122, |~f,u. 3.7,57s, pi = V-,67'P1 Ö- N--48,^(1.5^^4804 — ^,1 = ^ pT.l°4^;.ö,ön,pT.iL' öi'öfl-öl47>—d^fem- a man who says one thing and means another ; Ö —*~ J! * .""*", J^tk"^" second || D ©' Ö □ ©» Ö JTD © JÖ^BÖ A.Z. 45. 125, second of ' 4 \\ &II two. time Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 U
[ 674 J P sen-nu Ö ||, Pap. 3024, 106, Shipwreck 42, J £ ^$4°^ V&v& A.Z. 45, 126, fellow, counterpart, com- £jf §J' panion, neighbour, colleague. Sen I ,U. 549,T. 304, IL j^,N. 33, l—ilj^, m. 487.411, m^iy. p — $,|, 141$. brother; ||J$ "^^"^^0 a"kinsman; 1?*^' Philadelphus; fem. | 1=3; f|||, Adelphoi; dual I = $$, M. 169, l5^^-^. N. V Ö 5 two brothers, two brother-gods, e.g., Horus and Set, or Set and Thoth ;!""»?• 466, M. 529, n /VAAAAA «V «V 1^11, N. 1108, Shu and Tefnut; plur. U.23,|=, U.557,|j[|»U-299> 0 _p*T-I37, Ï °\ 2r ! •Rec-29,153, 3i,26,|^^^|i,ibid.3i,26,|||ö M»R™64?M4i %]'l—ffffjf'iö etil !■brethren; £°^#$l4oS$$!'Ship"eck 126, brothers and sisters : I V ^ 1, Coronation t s£LL 1 Stele 18. the king's brothers ; Copt. COtt. Senà ! (j, brother; fem. I (j o. Senà [1 — |(|, p. 273> J— (| j^, M. 487, N. 1254. a god. senenàt |aaa^a(] o, p. 434, M. 621, N. 1225, father's brother, uncle. ftAAAftA sen-t I ^ j^,T.26o,N. 887, |1| P.488,|^]^,M.488,|o,| o jj, wife; ^| o ^Jj, royal sister; dual || o, T. 172, N. 763, II o , M. 140, N. 647, ||o^^,N. y+o^oH, IV, 6,8, I 1 ^^^J, Rec. ,9, .57.44^1^, Sen-tà |aa^a"|(J, p. 273, | ,—~|j^, M. 488, N. 1254, a goddess (?) sensen H I H/w^, t. 173, 010!, N. 107, 1 Î , P. 76, Pî Pi, N. 19, AAAAAA AAAAAA /W\A/\A /W\A/\A , Treaty 7, lI,T.283,M,M.3o,H ftAAAftA Ö Q Q Û ÏJT"", I I J|. JL—X—fl- 1 ö Ö ■ W ■ /YWW\ /VWW\ U Ö Q U ÀA/WVA 1 JL'££=L'^ »°VR- ftAAAftA ' *** ■ Q Q ■ **f ■ LWJ /VWW\ /I 20, 41, to meet, to join, to associate with, to be friends, to unite, friendship. Senseni ! IwVS, friend; plur. | *^™ R sensen ||^^^37, Rec. 1, 38, Thes. 522, jÇÇ^^^S?, Berg. I, 33, the festival of the two bulls, i.e., of the conjunction of the sun and moon in the month of Epiphi. sensenti ii w' Àinen. 11, 13 Sen-nefer II J, Ba ?8' 28' a titIe of sen 1 v& thief; Copt. com. sen "*"" needy, sufferer, sick (?) a %*' failure (?) Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [675] S P senn f|™"™ Metternich Stele 55, to be I ^r*' wretched, needy or miserable. Senn I "^" %ö , to make a mistake in speaking, blunder, a false statement, lie (?) ; compare ,vwwv o n /WWW TT /W/WW senu |ö^^. = £ö^^, 9eru" sâtef Stele 28, helpless, infirm ; Copt. OJCJOIte. Sen I <e*J, Leyd. Pap. 98 sen ! a ,u. 181,1,53, ï ûâ.p-l64, Q /WWW /W/WW M. 328, ï âfl, N. 859, I ^p, A.Z. 1910, /WWW I Û [I r\ /WW 125, V 3, to smell, to kiss; I Shipwreck 134, to kiss a wife; I Ö /WWV I, 53, he kissed his foot; V *^_ =^=. he Ö /WWW kissed the earth, z.e., did homage, n /W/WW senà er ta V sen ta H ! n /WWW the earth, to kiss the ground in homage; ]/ SenMtp|^^,P.356.p|^^, N. 1.070, acclamations, homage. sensen 0 I S a, T. 376, n /W/WW /WWW /WWW I —, M. 333, || a , A.Z. 1908, 119, I ^ I f I] I] 1 w ., JJ /www n /www A H ii ô 4 u i w Y ' /W/WW C o /W/WW . '" . see sen- I s ' ta. , Rec. 26, 234, , to smell n—2±3! w Y r to breathe. sénsen ||c>sme,1> odour sen-t [1| y /W/WW ~ , to have a bad smell; III © ' !-343,|l û III W ' II II^E7 P, P. 222, a festival of the 6th day(?) sennu pv n /w/ww — Co ) rv n /www PL^^-Pl^^- l| ^ŒD.Rec. 27, 225, |(^|, IV, 414, 1 vww» y» | I Q^ 1, Rec. 26, 224, an offering, sen |1 J *— ç H, T. 316, [1J "~m (J <j», P. 274, to bind (?) sen, senà-t | \\ ^, | J^, box, case, chamber, room. senti m n, p. 48, Rec. 31, 163, QQ' T- I73' P- "9» M- r53» N. 107, TQQltjl.*.-* 27, 225, the two halves of Egypt, i.e.. Upper and Lower Egypt, a double shrine of Rä which was symbolic of all Egypt. /WWW J <=* 1, Rec. n 1 1 ur. Ö Sen-t V , pole, mast, flagstaff; pi ^CK=>S IV, 1105, the north pole of I ^ o ' the palace. 1 1 1 senit sen sen -t(?) pi or^-, masts, flagstaffs 1 1 1 /WWW ground, basis, foundation. , IV, 1174 •PIXK- Anastasi I, 15, 4, plinth, pedestal of an obelisk. sen rr •Pi , to copy, to make a likeness or transcript. r\ n /w/ww n sen I V v }||, to follow in the track of. senn senn Digitized by Microsoft ® nil IV, 412, to make a copy or I AAAA/VA llKCllcSS» m'XCZ copy, duplicate, trance ' script "^PWZfr^^PM .v. I036, p^g, mau- /-\ -\ -\ /WWW n I copy, figure, statue; plur. II ) 1, ^ I TT /WWW U I P^Ö^IIJ.P^^I. -»PWîf..PWfS.PWS a kind of precious stone, ruby (?) 2 u 1
s [ 676 ] f1 snä V-—owl J, fiends, foes, enemies. S-nää I Qßö, to reduce to the consistence of paste (drugs used in medicine), to knead; caus. of — snib I J , Metternich Stele 65, 66,69, health; see Iaa/w* j {\. snif(?) i** j»b, blood ; see ^^^ . snm flo^ f Ö ,, to pass; var. P n (](1 Ö $>> Rev- "> J4i J Copt. Cllte. snu P 7\ Methen, a class of men on an estate. *-Kö47ö>PO\JeT ves- vase. snu P Ö \> , wine of Pelusium (?) 1 gj Q: drink; compare q j*o , I, 3, 4 = Gr. Swî»/. snu 1 0 ^> § ""^ i| <rr> ° » Herusàtef Stele 135, vineyard. S-nu l«n^@ V\L==/), tobind, to tie. - s-nukh fl^^©^,^^®^, QAAwvA ^ Q to warm, to heat, to cook, to burn I ö (2 o 'tr up, to boil ; caus. ; Copt. ceX&O. snutt n^°\TT, Ebers 41» '5. a plant I Ö So ^ , used in medicine. s-nut P^^^vS, RD- 6*> 35, I Ö Jl .A £l carrier. snutchem(?) fl f^^K | "^ Hh. 369, to bear (?) to carry (?) senb [1 "]",[!■—JI'P^J'P — Je iL Hwwv J V$\ jl to be sound or healthy, health, strength ; I /ww* 1(1 | /ww* 1 } enjoying good health; 1 in ■¥■ J M = health. Perhaps = U'bvÔ. " T Senb fl"wwvj^, 1 "T* |, to protect. ; Rev. 13, 80, ' vigour, health. senbi I */wwv ?^ Senb-t I-WVWV j o , Shipwreck 158, 1 Q J^, health. senb-t l-www II, P. hi6b, 34 senbeb I www 1 II p. 429, M. 614, N. -8>P-JJfl'IV,55hU»S?oya;gon0ed Senbu I WW« j , N. 1 182, I ftAAAftA j _^, , N. 1182, the Health-god. |, the nîh Senb-Kheperu hour of the day. 0 £ senb-t II Q \ jO, jar, vase, vessel, pot, libation vessel; plur. I *>~wv\ y Ü ( I ftAAAftA 1 lu 1, A.Z. 1880, 4ÇJ • I I ftAAAftA 1 0 vessel of silver- O f%w<C^||| gold. S-neb H lift, t0 Wndle,. to light a I «sil 4) fire ; caus. of neb. S-nebb 1/w^ J J ft 1 to kindle, to light * a fire ; caus. of nebb for nebneb. S-nebneb 1 ^~^ ft , to kindle, to light a fire ; caus. of nebneb. senb R — jl c=>^,t0 bind>t0 tie> girdlet> ^f1 j Of! 0 HS-PöJÖ- j y ■a' j tT' j ^'tobuiid a wall, to surround with walls, to hem in or surround (the enemy). senb-t I /vw*a j NI f | ,vw^A H °} a girdle wall ; plur. fl * J ^ Ö i ' P J ° IU' P.S.B. 27, no. senb-t fl J ° , fl öY^, all- embracing heaven. /wwvs II J 7^ ' senb throw, to drive back, to repel. 'wvwwv h to over A. Digitized by Microsoft ®
n [ 677 ] S P senb I**"« Jil*0), P"*"* jj^ %*, evil person or thing, a beast of a man. senb PYJ^X» [!■—J(^> chaplet or crown made of plants or flowers. Senb H 11^1, a wall of shrubs, i.e I *a » i i green hedge, avenue (?) senb I /vw^A \ ^tt" , a kind of tree ; plur. senbu \\— H%^Rfec'3u°'67'fa? I Ji Jl \\ of a ship or boat. onAf fl^/i" n/w^*@ blood; Copt. snet '^f »I^V CItoci- snef fl '^$,Rev- 14, ifc.sacn- I *~ "^>^ £11 ncial priest (?) *"=—, |/=0, the year that is past, last year ; Copt. CItO**q. S-nefer(lJ^fl,[lJ,(lJ^^, A.Z. 1905,25, II T <rz> • , to beautify, to please, to make happy, to decorate a tomb with texts and drawings; caus. of T i\; IT iQ», I, 52, to please the heart, to gratify. s-nefekhfekh n n1 19s /W\A/V\ (®,Rec. 31,17, n; ", N. 656, Hh. 8. s-nem Sphinx 14, 204, to untie, to loosen. snem |ijC, .j^ an offering of propitiation. snemm p^kk to grieve, to mourn, grief, pain, sorrow. nftAAAftA fl -^ . /J (\^ i lv?\ zw, to make i, to feed, to satisfy with food n , N. 637, PI snem ^|o,f.335,flS snem |1 J ^ Snem P/w^( t\ûû^fi'> Peasant 153, Qb o , P. 809, food. food in abundance, plenty. a kind of weed or plant. s-nemeh, s-nemmeh (1 ^•P^M™P~~kk V, "rj/, to pray, to beg, to humble oneself; caus. s-nerit f^<=>(|(| ^ > iv, 385, con- quest, conqueror; from a\ *=#. m\\^, IV, 1174l |l ^ |£, to muster soldiers, to place soldiers in their positions for fighting, to marshal forces ; caus. A AAAA/VA s-nehep I [Uu ^, iv, 966, Thes. 1479, ies ](()() L-V), Rev. 11, 165 = to muster levies of soldiers, to call up troops ; caus. I ftAAAAA . /-> ftAAAAA _ra;a, u. 444, |l JIL^» t. 253, to subdue; caus. s-nehet snehi n P ? 0 ûû HIt0 command; Copt onre&- snehi n. (®, Décrets 107, copy (?) s-nekh ftAAAAA P' P' », N. 967, w ' U' 573' , N. 757, to bring up, to rear a ftAAAAA child; caus. of E A- ®® \fi' I'®®' t0 Pr0" long one's life, to become old ; caus. . sennekh-t V "^ o, V X™ J » axe- fl' snekha s-nekhakha è^s, B.D. 35,2, to unload (?) to disembark (?) ftAAAAA ^1 Sphinx 14, 208, to slay. s-nekhebkheb ^^ N. 688, Sphinx 14, 208, ftAAAAA ^ ftAAAAA fl •J»J.T..6., Hh. 148, A.Z. 1910, 129, to unbolt a door. s-nekhen n s-nekht sensu P <W>AAA AAAA/W <§v IV, 579» t0 reJu' Jf ' venate ; caus. I, 145, P. 447, N. 1121, to strengthen ; caus. to praise, to adore, to ' acclaim. 1, praises. Digitized by Microsoft ® SenSU I AAAAAA I V\, iv, 936, p—p^ 2 u 3
p [678 ] S P ' Sensen 0^0 A.Z. 1906, 107, to praise, to acclaim ; Copt. CeXcuuX. sens I wwA I £, to smell ; see V . a /ww/w \ sensh I ^,M. 214,728,^685,978, 1 A WWW to open the ears ; read I ^. , a /www sensh loo to open, to make a way into ; I /WWW read II .A P ï-neq • I 369, P. 606, N. 143, A /WWW *\ N. 803, (1 ^ n/WWW *\ n /WWW A /WWW P. 602, JI ^ cd, "v /ww/w o , Rec. 26, 224, A /WWW • I , I a D, Rec. 26, 233, to suckle; caus. (?) Copt. OJUITK, TCrtKO; compare Heb. pD\ a /www n ' S-neqeb I J ^ , Metternich Stele 5, to suffer pain ; caus. /www A /www s-neqmi H Qi*, to feed, to nourish; caus. senk-âb fi f Ü, U- 399, strong- I ^356 J willed. A /WWW £-v ; I senk-t |l,__^ , Rec 36, 214 = o '^jH, darkness, evening. , Sphinx 14, 210, to '.Pg^l- /www n /www rv .fo r» /www <o a /www i\ r\ i A /WWW l s-nketket 1^=^ I C* Ck agitate, to shake ; caus. a /www jO n n sent I Ä»,n ö ; I û El I uJ I /WWW O \\ ^i ' I Û 111 11, 174, fear, timidity; Copt. CIt£.T. senti [1|"""|(|!||^, crier. seut^Jö^ sentiu |~| (j(j O, enemies rv /www ,_ sent,sent-t l^^ö,^^ ment, bandlet. £ ^ evil, waamV' enmity. :ar- /www senti senti[t] H -»*- — /www 00 o \\ /www to found, to establish. , cabin, canopy. sentit fi >/ \ (In *° , Litanie 14, sight, seer; nan /www 0 n n /www o sneterP!i<Ê>.o.'1i^>:-IV- I~1 [I /WWW 0 I V , incense; Copt. COItXe. I Û O 1 III Ifïl'Î^S^' ^erg. ï> 23> a bird- H Ü jr' god. Sneterba senth senth (V , to cut down timber. , T. 282, N. 132, to found, to establish, custom, habit. senthifl^^fip-or.M.^.N. Senthi-ur Q^*, Dream Stele i2l<the Xô <rz> title of a priest. n/www i\ r\ ^C~7 (|ljjtj\ 1 Ikhernefert 14, cabin, shrine of a sacred boat, canopy. s-nether (11, ""j fls=3, U. 9, p]5^0, tisi£MP!-<™- to purify with natron. # snether l^JSj^f m' IH» m' ll'<=>' ll'fr^ ifr?» 1jS'W-!Pp°-P>=1 Y' IPSlI' °^ Ü' incense; ^^"11 >v, o, to offer incense; y? ji , fresh incense. YT o o o o U o A /WWW ^v^ ' A /WWW sent I ^S'^e',Rec. 27,228,. I n/WWW f\ jC jO ■fV O A /WWW /O «\ /p A /WAftAA ö£, to fear; fC£''3?>t^\ timid of heart; ^/www 21' '^211' 'ill ^5", IV, 658, faces of fear, terror-stricken faces ; Copt. CW.UV. A /WWW /J A /WWW /O I sent-t |1«^*^, |,cf5,^s'gi!» Amen. 23, 7, /www CS Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 679] /? TT r\ ftAAAftA S~\ C\ ftAAAftA f\ *V *§V, Ma—one^gko, U—DHe^L.Iour. -/2^ I O l 72>i I o \\ 1 J£î ' As. 1908, 299, fear; Copt. CH^T. sentu 1 ^^i », IV, 972, fl' £p£" &* i, timid man. Sent ^S^^, Berg. I, n, e^S^, Rec, 4, 28, a lion-god; "~™ g£ & !, B.D. ib, 8, 17, 46, a name of the heart of Osiris. Sent - nef - Àmentiu g?> Tuât V, a god who burned the dead. sent H sent-t ! 11 11 11 ,T- ^.^ of a boat. '-*" Herusàtef Stele 28, i I ' acacia wood. nftAAAftA C=;j, Rec. 24, 161, a Canopic Sentit jar-goddess ; var. I mwa sneter |V ^ o, incense; see snether. sentch M^TT P. 684, u. 270, fl*^ ^|é5,N. 719 + 6, P. 20, 543,1 ' I ^ ^ <£>, M. 71, |l ^j^^gf. Hh. 55., fl^^,fl^^4^,'ofeaynCopt. sentoh-t IIT ->-, ^5., fear. s-netchem flf^'H. IV. 2'9. f11 kAPAPH-Plktf-* PWt«=fPtkfrPtH'» rest, to sit down, to seat oneself; I | \ (I, L.D. Ill, 140B, seated ; caus. s-netchem netchem 11 | $\, ß | ^, to seat oneself, to be at ease; caus. S-netchem N-^.p||d Pt^PfSk' 'Pl^kfl'Pap-3°24- H Ô §k W to make pleasant, to heal, to I \ J^c^fza' make happy; caus. snetchemu PI ! those who are at ease. s-netchem àb [11 -^ ^<> i, 59, to make glad the heart. '-i I "^., to belittle, to make little ; caus. ser e n n. n. n. n. prince, chief, nobleman, elder; plur. !, !.n- •P^ÄfcP-* !> !; ser-t <2 i i, chief nobles ; o e eL-üeir i fl" I, chief inspectors. t% O^^fM g°vernorshiP> |jy I û IÜU' magistracy. Ser-pu-âa, etc. [1<=> ^ d \<~=>n i r, the fowler who worked the net of the Akeru- gods. Ser-tchatcha-t fl<3>rà J J°, M. 700, !<=> HY J o), N. 1321, a title of Anpu. ser P IT •PT 1, p. i6, B 26, p<n>|^, Rec. 31, 170, jj^, =z> (r^ ^, I ö£> Metternich Stele 78, 1 ^,fl.Ä£>^,Rev. ii,i47,P^Ä t^> -âas i;p ■ 11 i, Jour. As. 1908, 309, to announce, to dispose, to arrange, to order, to direct, to decree, to challenge ; I <z=>|J& ^, Rev. 13, 42, to struggle; Copt. OJOp. É precept, speech, pro- ' phecy. seru (?)f1 ser-t [1^\ P^^. P' Digitized by Microsoft ® =::=> order, dis- o ' posai. 2 u 4
p <a <g' serut fl<=>^ 1k ! IV' 5°°' praises' serut \\<=>% )j%\> glorifications. Ser-t-nehepu-em-âhâ-s, etc. I the 19th Pylon. ser H Q , j!^ Q, drum, tambourine. sera [V ser 194, P^^^ -A , 1 s=> Û % -A , to arrange, to order, to exalt. Ser n$, Tuat XII, one of the 12 gods who towed the boat of Àf through the serpent Änkh-neteru ; he was reborn daily. Ser p<=> |^ jj), Mar. Aby. I, 45, * god of n*™ [ 680 ] S sera-t(?) fl<= serat p <=> "%\ Tl V\, Jour. As. 1908, £ j \& j Rev. 14, 12, tam- 1 1 £*I I ' bourine players. p^, Rec. 33, 27, {\<=>t L.D. III, Seru s-rer o, Berg. I, 13, a serpent-god. f]^^ to make to go round, to re- I j^ ' volve ; caus. ser n n 'e w 1 , fire, flame; the warm breath of life. Ser M s^ , wool ; Copt. COpT. ser p<=»^» p- 441, M. 544, N. 1125, l'és?^» U. 133, a kind of goose; plur. M <=> ^^^j,Rec. 29, T48. Ser [Ç>little; P^^>faint-hearted. ser(?) M v ^ê. , to be fettered, restraint. Sem PrTv^^W'le8"bandS' tet Ser-t p^, P^jj, jj^", thorn, goad, a pointed tool or instrument ; Copt. COTpi. ser-t (1<:Z> h s^y* B'D- 58» 4, the name I Ci U ' of a part of a boat. y <==>^-^> VN> „, » to. serr write, to engrave. serser fl _a^ H _2ä , Rev. 12, 30, to decorate to ornament ; Copt. ceXcooX. I I I I a kind of LLLL' linen. 301, prosperity, prosperous condition. Sera I <z> (j *aaaaa , water-pot ; var. I 1 /VA/WSA Seràu 1<= fiend in the Tuat. seri-t fl- . h V\ "mm, T. 309, a serpent- , kindness, gentleness. seri-t 0' n VI £■ Westcar Pap. 7, 19, disease, sickness, nausea. seri-t ^ ^, fan ; var. 1 (j <=>(](] T* ^ • s-ru ^—=", Décrets 18, 107, to divert, to turn away; caus. of (2 .A fl s-ruà s-rukh s-rukhet "fè\ f] a to make to cease, n 1 ' to divert ; caus. Hh. 433 I 0 caus. , a mistake for I c-*=^ ^è\ ® ^ , to embalm. s-rut Pn $.***• i3*io=P2^' to flourish. s-rut n 1 1 1 *)C\ 1 , to make to grow or to flourish, to make strong or firm or hard, to make solid ; caus. S-rutU p^t^e-^%*', Hh.448, evil growth. s-rutmau P^tfvflj Gol. Hamm. 11, 58, recruits (?) s-ratch po^Jtfv.T. 260, p<=>^\, p. 692, p^i^, m. 663, p<=>|^, N.1278, p^^,p<=>^^|,lV,879, to make to grow, to make strong or firm orchard, to make solid ; caus. of <z> j X\ Digitized by Microsoft ®
p [ 681] P serD-t R^1^ ^k ReVj "> l85> flower I 0 o ^-^' of the lily. seref p^,[l^^a^,^(|' ^n Sf* ft A /& Amen. 23, 3, to rest, to refresh 'I \\ Hriil'' oneself, repose, leisure. P. 204, M. 338, N. 864, to be hot, to be angry, warm, warmth, heat, flame, fire ; compare Heb. serfu R <=>, R<==> f\ I v&, B.M. 828, Sphinx 11, 135, Rev. 8, 73, Jour. As. 1908, 299, anangryman; P^|^^Jj|P^fJ 1 $r> *^> 97°' a man w^° blows hot and cold. seref-âb R ®, warm-hearted. seref-t [I o |JL heat, warmth. seref R^^Ol G> hot drink. Serfll-t (I *^T* f]| inflamed sores, car- I o '4 III' buncles, boils. Serref R<^-yywi ç> $, Rev. n, 180 = I ^r^>t(7) a mythological creature. • Seref fl<zr> ^, t0 submerge, to be sub- merged, water flood. serfi I *l=^_ g£ "^ê-, to pay heed to; 1\ pS|^^^, heed it not. S-rem I <rz> 1\ j^., to make to weep ; caus.of.^l^fff. s-rekhi fl^l)!)^, PTflâ' I Q£, to make to know, to give information against ; |l ^, IV, 1004^ ^ ^, U. 491» P- Ï92, M. 363, N. 914. srekh-t H ^, Peasant 42, Pap. 3024, 125, information. serkhi R the accused, the defendant. Serkhi IT a title of Set. rP" serekh [l^B], iv, 160,896, Thes. 1283, fi*^ .Q, piehi m, ,6,19, p ^CrQ. Hymn Darius 6, blazon, cognizance, throne. throne, throne chamber. seres R<=> R = sàs R ft R, a six-ply stuff. s-res R^z^RV R<::>v1^-, Hh. 426, H <~~^ jg^. t0 arouse, to wake up, to keep I » ' awake, to be vigilant ; caus. serq fl^tf—> P- 361, ^^ <—» PTÏ'PT^PXPTÏÉ- PT^I^'PT^I^ 0^=-^ to open [the windpipe], to breathe, to in- ' hale, to expand the lungs, to be refreshed. serqu :â> J) $ I, Rec 27'86'mena?d °f n si I women, people. Serait R ^"^ a 8°^^ess °f i^xe roval ^ I zl o' crown. Serqit ^o, u. 599, P. 216, ^o, P. 508, ^ j^, N. 1140, 1241, ^ o j^, Pr^ ^ ^' P T 11 fc 5' tHe Sc0rPion" goddess; 3®P~^> P^TM' tHe d°Uble Scorpion-goddess. Serqit hetu R * ^.p^i^V'-^pt Ai-ttv-"~pnn°& Rec. 30, 192, P<=::>:?:>(1 |°?> Metternich Stele 23, the Scorpion-goddess. . n' <=> to glean in a cornfield ; Copt. ' I e=>' CpHX, CpiX. s-rutp2^P2S'P2M= P<=>^c=>^\|, to plant. S-ertä (?) 11 o , to make to give; caus. of <h- sertebu R Digitized by Microsoft ® injury.
p [ 682 ] S P sertchà fl ^ ft 3, to polish. . seh-t fl HD a Rec- 3'> 22> a portion of ..sent 11 iu^, the body. men. f\ 14,10,15,20,17,13,20,2r, p ra ^*, iv, 658, to make to go down. seha-t pra^.p.««7,pra"^^.' Rec. 31, 170, n HD J^ ^. descent. s-ha(?)flra^^/°'-o-;tdh%^ s-ha pra^.flra^^j^.peas. 1116B, 19, 40, Pra^^y^, Leyd- Pap. Gol. Hamm. 13, ro6, to rout, to overturn, to throw into confusion, to repulse, to rebel, to cause tumult; I lU Pd^, Rec. 16, 109. sehau pra^f, ^\% Rev. 13, 36, a quarrelsome or contentious man. Seha H fD ^S>£-J, confusion> rebellion, sehi (?) p ra (j(j G^, booth, pavilion. S-hebi P rû J%6, to put to shame, to disgrace; caus. of [~0 I s-hep p m _ a maker of laws, lawgiver ;* a L-=fl' caus. ■heri p ra , to give or cause content, to satisfy, to pacify ; caus. of heri. s-herr [Ira ^ j), iv, 926,1030, pra ^, Rec. 31, 170, to quiet, to pacify ; caus. sehrit p m ^ , iv,97i, H m c±&, H (D A[j ° Peas. rn6, B, 65, satisfaction, I *^> lir-^-.' pacification. Seherrit fl JB> il a Ple*sure, satisfac- I <=> U ' tion. Seher (1 H] ° a kind of precious stone, I <=>lll' carnelian(?) Sehrât 0 IU jûl 0mbos T> *6> * I <cz> i ÎÎI moon-goddess. sehri[t] p m (](] yj2>, p^^^, boat, houseboat, dahabîyyah. seh P^—, Rev. 14,66 = ce&, cu)& (?) seh p § fTj, hall, chamber ; var. —*- seh p| PP| j], counsel -wpjcwm-PJi.iPJi trained, skilled, clever, cunning, instructed, wise man. se*atu [1 $fjl 1^,iv,945 ft*-*pj[pj[.™PJ[PJ[.P.^ M. 269, N. 888, the Lake of Sehseh ; ^ H § P|, p. 303, (üa-»-|-»-J^g-, u. 493, N. 945, the Mountain of Sehseh; P | P f^^ Q^vq, Rec. 31, 171. sehsehi[t] p j[ H Oft Iff, Theban Os- traka C. i, a kind of disease. seha Pf^^|.tosit (1 S'nrr1 Rec- 34» r77> to str'P> to undress; I X I ' ' - • caus. s*aPpfVT-Pf§.Pf ■<§. 5, to hide, to clothe, to conceal; caus. S-hä P § fl Y, P ^===°, to make to rejoice, to gladden ; var. I ft jT ; caus. Sehâ IS °, Orion; varr. P n|*, PWP-W selli P ? (1(1 ^, to rise (of a flood). sehih-t Pffjfjf-"^ a kind of insect or bird. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [683 ] S P Sehith PM , Tuât VI, a goddess. , IV, 767, Annales sehu HS, Rec. 22,2, Rec. 33, 34, [1 $ ^ ^ { —PfWé-Pm.p« Pf¥WhW'PhM to collect, to gather together, to assemble, to sum up, to add up a total ; Copt. CUJOT^. M $_b">j\ '' LD- IH' 2I9E> I4' summary> abridgment, collection, edition, list (of troops), inventory, catalogue; p j( ^ ^ ^W <z> T \s\ , IV, 945, gathered into the store. Sehutut fl § %f ^ "W I !, collections, groups of things. sehu (1^^,(1 £^,111,^9, Herusâtef Stele 6, 12, crown, tiara, diadem. sehu |1 I ^\ Ä, wind, air, gale(?) sehtf-t Pj(e~; see[l©^, egg. s-hui pK«0l (lj&0~ pj&O fl 8 %■£") O, to stink, filth ; caus. of S-huâ(?) 08% É-PfèlÏPfêl^i'Amen- 25, 17, 20, to curse; caus. ; Copt. C&.^OT, C^OTCOp. sehuràu fl § ^* A 3 Ä i, *buse> revi- I a <z> 1 n21 1 hngs, curses. sehuru p^^^^!,^; Sehur fl j[ ^* M H, Love Songs 2, 3, the name of a district. ^»Pf^l^Pf.E IV"^P©PJT'PI®J#' l| J , to make glad, to keep the feast, to Ü to disarrange, to confuse; caus. keep holiday ; 1 8 <Z5? J \ (1, lice. 20, 40, arrayed in festal attire. -^PUMPUMl' shouts of joy, festival cries. -^py^.po^, Sallier II, 6, 9, wind, air. sehbenben (?) R | j] ~»™ J ^^, u. 113, N. 422 Seheptt ~A~ D êS£, B.D. 104, 5, the N/ Ci Ci name of a boat or of a boat-god. sehef [lj(^1^,iv,935 s-hemi fljfc^.U.86, C*, N. 363, C ■P C A., to turn back, to drive away; C 0 —"— 1 to avert ill luck ; A- D © I* caus- Digitized by Microsoft ® s-hem flö^l^, P^M^' P^Kü^i.P^kl-P^K ] r n to pound, to crush, to break up, to J, U-J' grind. S-*enP&['Pf^&fl't0proVide- s-heni H 8 ^ LJ, P8^, P8^ I A AAAAAA I A U I A AAAAAA *- -" I AaAAAAA _il I AAAAAA I A AAAAAA <£U PKHi) *».*»• ».^PîJîiJl'ft ^»■»*PJL£g*i-POLLS- to command, to be in command of something, to order, to direct, to rule, to administer, to entrust with a commission ; Copt. C&.£,tte. sehen-t 08«^^, 08^ ° *«. | A Ci *- | -M A AAAAAA f— W 1 VJ 1? ^ ^—=5, L.D. III, 219, 18, authority, com- A AAAAAA mand, administration, list, summary ; Copt. sehenufl?^ öWl.flf ^ Ö JI, I A AAAAAA v£ J.J I * AAAAAA <£. U Rechnungen 37, order, decree, delivery. sehenu R? ^ ö n$, R£ T& I A AAAAAA (£ til I A AAAAAA i^.PsÜ.PKl.ö^a-
p s [ 684 ] P r> Ü, Sehenti-requ P?^^*^^^ If^^f)^^, B.D. «door keeper of the 5th Pylon. s-lien to make to go back ; caus. away ; caus crown. A.Z. 17, 57, a piece of armour. pi^. A AA/WVA sehenti A., repulser. s-nennen /V, to turn I /\ AAAAAA A /WWVA iy; caus. sehnu P ?)?, croi A Q /W\AAA sehentu I 8,-,%, s-heri PfJ^/jf. T. 287, Hh. 370, Pl^Saâ, M. So, PK^W, P. 170, PX^PX^pl^ l9l)e<j|.[l*$[l*s*s,p* PXM.PXM.P1W-- PX^. seher fl| to drive away, to repulse ; caus. Copt. C^&p. .L»=/], seher (?) n Rec. 8, 139, fighter. ^ C^G the 3rd ho O * 'ofthe night. & N. 293, a kind of I * club. Sehrit-tU p ^ ^ - C-] the 3rd hour s-heri *** 1JL^' PJL*?' P <$> w j\ to bear up, to exalt; caus. " to make to advance, to j\ ' attack ; caus, to make to rule ; caus. PI s-hes (11 s-hea H $ ^ £n t0 cut» t0 nac^ m I X "^»^ ' pieces ; caus. S-heqer fi 8 A ^, to keep hungry, to let hunger, starve ; caus. ; Copt. ^OKep. seheqer-t fl 8 A Jf , Rec- z6> 78; I X<z>^' hunger Sehtt P |°@° ^ , a city of Osiris ger. s-hetep pK^» Rec- 31» 21, ^^> I 1 , to make to be at peace, to pacify, to appease, to propitiate, to unite with; I (1(1 \\ i, pacifiers ; I ^ to pacify the heart; Jl I o D I I H' jj, to pacify the ka ; caus. sehetputp^^||,p^|||,Amen. 8, 11, propitiatory offerings. D ^- the Sehetep neterui title of the priest of the loth'Nome (Uatchet) of Upper Egypt. n D ? o \ Sehetep Sekhmit sâ°HJL' Rev' I5, l6, pr0 pitiatory addresses to Sekhmit. n Sehetep taui a god of offerings ; o D hh , B.D. 124, 7, ^-^ D (Sane). n=^ sehetpi P^^^.f1^ D, p^Hljfc-J. Mar' Aby" h 6' 28, D, censer; plur. D in D ^ete-PI^|Pf ** pij=^ Piiki pn^^.pi^ Plü^^Pi iv, n }/\\ ^s\ ç , to destroy; caus. sehetemu p fcp=n. f\ Peasant 222, destroyer. Sehetem-t, etc. H S rl : "T^ tk/^^"'RD'99, 28, the banks of the stream sailed on by the magical boat. pit *•*«. n Vc, P. 798, N. 857, p^ sehetu M. 327, =}, U. ! Pi: i 469,pj(œ^F=^,p. 169,p$^r>^ Digitized by Microsoft ®
n s [ 685 ] P ç=q, T. 220, 356, [IK ^^P=^U. 560, R 668» ^ I ÜZl *^>' N" 983, the sky of the Tuât, the nether heaven ; plur. I ft P. 789, [l|^^***,N.8oi, [lj[ (=q, M. 778. Sphpt [id^^3 $ Rec- 2Ö» 228» the 8°d benet 11 £ ^ $ » üfthe skyof the T;at. s-hetch [1|, u. 37, T. 266, [) ^ |, PhP^P^^*0™™^ to light up, to throw light on, to clear up, to explain ; caus. ; Côpt. C^^TG. _«*-<*»* PÎ-fcfl.PPtel. light, rays, radiance. s-hetch ta PI^Ä "^ *, dawn. sehetch fl ? '^ c-zi, the name of a chamber in a temple. sehetch 1 ? , a heaven of stars. Sehetch ur (1J "^ ^, [1J "*-) ^" 32, 280, "Great illuminer"—a name of the Su,god;(l^^o|,,*-£ Sehetch renpu Pî^ J) ^™^f), Sehetch khatut [1 | fi ^ ^ °, Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 10). S-hetch PÎ ^^ Hh- 494» to be troubled ; caus. of Y ^^ ^r^- Sehetch 1 Y , M Ï »pi inspector, overseer, officer of a boat; fl? (gl, insPector of servants I 1 X of the Ka. sehetch-t H ? "^ C=>^, a case at law. sehetch per [1 ^ ", t0 tran^eursea sehetch-t fl ? "^ ° , box, case. s-hetchen hat(?) 0$^ %^'°', to distract the mind. sehetcher-t sekh n pr Pô-p^i bleached cloth. to make to be. sekhfl^pofl«^,^, width, breadth. = ^P hall, chamber. sekhu [1©^ sekh-t p® u^, sekh 1 ® ^p, to stretch out the sky. Rec. 37, 69, slaughter-house. a broad boat, barge, lighter. sekh sekh n IV, 1153, to tarry (?) '>Jr » '>Jr L—0, to cut, to cutoff, to reap ; Copt. (JOC^. sekhi 1®^, U. 537, flj^, Rec. 27, 86, I ® ^, Rev. xi, 163, |1 ^^, ir Ebers L—fl, CLfl1 to strike, to break, to defeat, to overthrow, to beat (a drum), to mark cattle, to knap © x L-fl flints, to strike a lyre (Leyd. Pap. 59); I Mi2^'top,ayazither;PuLr7' to aim blows with a stick; I ^m Ik- §§, Rec. 17, 144, to bastinado; Jl^^ P« J^l|' to strike a light, kindle a fire; Copt. C<LCy. sekhsekh IP® B.D. 64, 17, to ^ L—fl' beat to pieces. sekh:t n x L-fl' P!A P! Leyd. Pap. 5, », IV, 1076, [1 ®x^, (1 °x A'PîA'P*;^'"^» punishment, blow, stripe, stroke; I Fx <Ç, Edict 28, (Ç n , 100 strokes with a stick ; n @ ^ , 0 Mar. Kam. 53, 35, the 1 1 1' wounded; Copt. CKOje. Digitized by Microsoft ®
p [ 686 ] sflkh-ti fi ® é Rec. i4,42,amanwho S6K11 11 11 ^ NN^j» has been bastinadoed. sekh-ti > ^, bitter (?) r Copt- cicae- sekh-t R ^, deafness. sekhi n®(j(] *$*&, Anastasi IV, 2, 7, Koller 2, 4, deaf man. sekh-t pfJUl.T. 333, f1 , M. 249, •P R«- 31.31, ^=, m 7-fidd'meadow; \>, p. 825, [1J N. 703, J! n 1 S 0 DftO0 u.624,|H;|, m^ljcoptc^e. sekh-ti w w L-=flW, field labourer, peasant, countryman ; plur. . uuu Ç fl1 sekh-t — ta sekh-t " field bread." o \\ © » Iy» " 3°," Sekhti \> , a field-god ; plur. Sekhti-Sekhti m , Tuat I and IX, a god. Sekhti-t S , the Field-goddess. Sekh-t âaru fl ®m (j^^^r, 1QM)flflV-8»TlT''-«.M.28o, M.628, PÎMAA1 N- J337, M^(] -g£&^ ®, IV, 499, ^^ o 1 1 S l\> III ^a w©' '■yyuw fl \^\ ä , " Field of Reeds " ; plur. \>lll I \> a 1 1 H I I I^M^ 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, 930, 942, 964, 1089ff., 1337. Later forms are:— Sekh-t àanru H /vww> iL \> I I A$ ■ 1 1 ©, the region in the Tuat where the souls of the blessed dead lived and served Osiris. Sekh-t âarru H , B.D. 149, the 2nd Aat. 1 J2» 111 Sekh-t àakhu n ll»S N. 167, the field of the spirit-souls in the Other World. Sekhut àmiut Àasu a mythological locality. Sekh-t âa-t s I o I , B.D. !79< 9> " the Great Field "—a region in the Tuat. . Sekh-t ânkh p J HI f ^, P. 393, M. 560, N. 1167, "the Field of Life"—a mythological locality. Sekh-tuatcimHlfj^f^.P. 204, N. 853, "green field"—a region in the Tuat; var. HHHIH f] ^ I ^. P. 608. Sekhut uatch-t [1° QQQ (lÛH Mï\ ni »1 ifl ni ill (rt fit ni ni 0 T. 334, N. 704, P. 608, M. 249, 000'" Emerald Fields/' i.e., the sky. Sekh-t uatchit nefer-t &Î- Ombos I, 175, the goddess of fertile cultivated land. a Sekh-t Paât F! c» P. 396, M. 565, N. 1172, a mythological locality. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 687 ] Sekh-t mefkat IV n( P. 180, M. 280, " turquoise field," i.e., the sky. Sekh-t nebt heteput u Uooo' , N. 892, □ j a district in the Tuat where offerings I ' were abundant. Sekh-t Nentà n ,W \ [I, P. 603, field of the day and night sky. Sekh-t neheh D.QJ) ^ ^ O B.D. 78, 30, field of eternity, i.e., the Other World, or the necropolis. Sekh-t en Serser-t H n. H fl-fl n. , Rec. 26, 226, a district in the Tuat containing the boiling lake Serser (or, Neserser-t). Sekh-t neteru n ,111-p-8i' M. in, N. 25, B.D. 177, 8, 9, field of the gods. Sekh-t Bâ m ^,^|, B.D. .80, 32, field of Rä. Sekh-t Râ 0 UjjJU £A, Palermo Stele (1) a sun-temple near Memphis; (2) a district of Memphis; (3) H B.D. 180, 32, the part of heaven in which Râ lived; plur. n O, P. 68, n O.N. 36. Sekh-t Ruruti -Sä .Sä , "field of the two Lion-gods "—the name of the place in the sky occupied by Râ at the 3rd hour of the day. a " field of \> ' Horus." Sekh-t Heru Sekh-t heteput j) J) J) ^ Qjl, U. 193, 4".P!M^Ô©0'T-^P eöö,T.73,fi _û_ T==L , P. 252, o U M 1 l 1 ; dual (?), o . 0 . (E==J) Digitized P f^5-"•*«'■ P a , T. 244, " field of offerings," the region of offerings of the Kingdom of Osiris in the Tuat ; no plur. fl \ N. X70, ^(),U.S78. Sekhut hetop-t [1* P. 824, P#DM S= N. 703, the god of the > 0' fields of offerings. Sekhithetep 0D[ \> = , OmbosI, 175 : (1) a goddess of life, health, and joy; (2) the field of offerings personified, n !?• Sekhut Khakha ©, N. 1159 Sekh-t Kheprer ÏÏ n p. 174, n D of the Beetle-god. Sekh-t khet-f , N. 942, the field S^(|^, Rec H o 30, 190, a region in the Tuat. Sekh-t sanhemu B.D. 125, III, 19, Respirazione 5, "field of the grasshoppers "—a region in the Tuat. Sekh-t Sàsà HM B.D. 98, 7, a field of fire in the Tuat. .Sekh-t ka- (lfJiJJ^. T- 9*. the region of a royal ka in the Tuat. Sekhti-ka Jiy^M^, BIX II0' ^^, a section of the fields of offerings. Sekh-t Tchatcha H £t Rec. 26, 226, "field of the Chief," i.e., of Osiris. B* , P- 572 Sekh-t Tcher R Sekh-t Tcheser-t w Metternich Stele 167, the "holy field." by Microsoft®
p s [688] S P A I Rec. 30, 67, parts Sekh-t(?)(N^;, "'ofaship sekhsekh p®p©,^. p©p®S-^» Amen. 22, 17, to flee, to betake oneself to flight. sekhU-t n©% û, a hastening. sekh[se]khti p®^L^$, pj ^flx p „ ^W ' > courier, envoy. «skhekh fi® A t0 weigh' t0 balance> s-kheKü 110 /J\, ^ . Copt aHg> sekhsekh p®p®ü-p® ^J "&, to have pleasure. p|©, u. 220, p|®^|f>> R«c 3'. i8> Pap.3024,56,pIkM$.pM. Pl«^. Pl®^fl.plfl.toremen,- ber, to call to mind, to commemorate some person or thing, to think, to think out; var. nm- Sr» IT, record, decree. Skhai pTÛÛ^^» Rec- 6> 13, letters, writing; ^\\\ <=>^ A ^ \\ ^37 ® I' Greek letters ; Copt. C&4.1, c£>\. ^nm-n\m-n record, remembrancer, writer. Skhait Pï'I^Qû^^P» Peasant 189, something which ought to be remembered. ^\> memorandum, remembrance, memory, memorial, memorial service ; I T ^K\ ^è\ Q£ 1, commemorative formulas ; IT <K\ vor ^^ » an unpleasant recollection ; mT'k^ ASv jj jj> everlasting remembrance. Skhaut PTq Yr^, Thes. 1285, memorial. Skhait Heru p | ® ^ ^ L. ?• 615, M. 782, N. 1149, Pl^^^> ^ I' ^ Pîll^l' a cow-g°ddess' a form of Isis or Hathor. skha P|i^I|, P. 35., p|® ^H 11' N- lo67, "?enter amonE(?); s-kha RT *5\ ^, J°ur- EA- 3> 105, to I •& Jffi^ * pass the night. skhai p^ = ^^), iv, 1079, to be deaf; I a 3 * of, Anastasi I, 36, 3, L.D. III, 140c, to turn a deaf ear to ; Copt. C(JU£,. skha-t n^O, wound> s°re> bruise^ I o ' Copt. c^çy. skua-t $~% p^, p-», p^-"^, p^^*(^, a kind of fruit (?) skhaâ H*î*~"='\ ' t0 f°rm> t0 fas^ion, I a^—' ' something cast. Skhaâ-t P <6>^n1 A.Z. 1868, 107, hare. s-kha p *»-=. ^ ^, N. 1005, 1007 ; \ , to row, stroke of an oar ; caus. Skhabu p &-^ Jj @ & !, devourers. ^PTli'pVêP , to swallow, to devour. s-khap fl^^L-J, t0 form> t0 fashion; I D caus. skham p| jj^ ^, Jour. As. 1908,275, to pluck out ; Copt. COOö^eJUl. skham p|^^» Jour. As- 9, 10, 506 ; Copt. CiJ&eJUL. S-khamm P*-$J^(J. to make hot; caus. Digitized by Microsoft ®
n s [ 689] • Skhan PI Ö,,o hasten;^ PI 0, suddenly. skhan [11 ö ^ °, Rev. = c^^tie. S-khann I *a,wsa '^V, to breach a wall, to overthrow ; caus. ' overthrow, :rthrow. s-khank H^^Ö^L P ruins, /VAAAAA _ I I /VAAAAA X S ^? Leyd. Pap. io, i, to strain through a 0 J) ' sieve ; caus. skhank-t I a»wm „ , a vessel, a sieve. s-khar [)<S, Rec 26,235,[1^^L=J], I , |l«cz>V -A) to smear, to overlay with a metal, to plate, to wash over, to milk, to provide or supply; caus.; Copt. C^.^p, C<Lp,P,. [V skhar-t skhar-t skhar-t R £ Ö, Harris I, 30, 5, covering. 0 Rechnungen 70, deck err»' of a boat. o ° 1 1, a kind of fruit or seed. I.H.n,II4;varr.p|^- X *i-n\ i, Rouge i a, to abuse, to curse, to ill-wish ; Copt. C^OTGp, C&OYp. ) hasten, to accelerate, to scatter (?) 07^ ®(;==3 to hurry, to hasten, to accel wUl' s . . . khakha IT Vs.T "O (?)> to be glad, to rejoice, through a cloth, to squeeze. s - khaker N-Pgi Ikhernefert 15, to ornament, to decorate; caus of decorated. Q s p Q n n Q s-khäip^jy^|j1pJl,to make to rise up or appear, to celebrate a festival, to crown a king ; caus. Skhäi-t Fl n coronat,on) one wno is I o ' crowned. )j| 1, celestial skhäm na f, na I 0 Uni* I a bodies that rise like the sun, selected things. S-khär I <=>, Pap. 3024, no, to infuriate, to make angry ; caus. S-khip^.pO^Pp^, to ascend, to scale walls ; caus. of 0 ■khi [1 3=& \\ 11 A move, to thrust away. , Rec. i2, 72, to re- n skhi,Skhu|lf?>p0^?,pO(](]? ■mm O ç, Rev. 12, 66, gall; [1 ©()(]? 3L j Love Songs 5, 2, gall of geese ; S*r Copt, cicye. Skhui |1®%\ B-D- "4> l8> a serpent- I wir' god. Skhlüp»^*«;, RU. 64.18.^^ , a pair of gods in the Tuat. skhinasha n .X late, to stir up, to incite, to exasperate. , to stimu- skhu M ©^\<=^:, draftsman ; Copt. C&.&.I. skhua P©^j^^»deaf- I^^M ■•P. »O skhun, skhunn HH ^> I ® i^fe Sf> t0 curse, to revile, to ill- wish, wrathful, angry, furious, passionate, irascibility. skhunnu fl ® ^» L-=/J, fl O -^ Ö I /VAAAAA I AAAAAA VI ^, angry man. skhun M © -^» ^"^, slaughter house. I /VA/WSA I— -J S-khus 0 frfj ^ I \\, Leyd. Pap. 13,12, to form, to fashion, to build. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 X
p IV, 413, provision, filling. skhut [1 j£/2 iv, 60, [1 © ^^ J, Thes. 1284, Pa^^^D' t0 Provide» t0 strengthen, to fortify, to fill ; fl ^©/ ^^ ^ - IV, n6r. skhut-t P^^ a TrlioVk n^ 0 x to draw back the bolts S-kheb |I©J^> of a door. s-khebkheb fl ® J © J, M. 175, to draw back the bolts of a door, to enter = 1/wwsaq U 0 J,T. 161, N. 688 ; varr: 1© J 0,,e,,204)pj^jj-. Ahebnt(P)p.j0gj.-i^^ s-khepi 1®, u. 482, (1®^, N. 976, Rec. 31, 161, to make to come, to bring, to lead, to set in motion, to make to run, to promulgate (of a decree); caus. of Skhep-t fl ® ° Décrets 25, event, occur- * I D7\' rence. Skhepti P®° XX %, the "runner"-a I O .A £u name of a god. skhep-t n©^,u.i43,n*ö,ne«i, * I OZ7y *0' Do D Ö I a kind of grain, a sacrificial drink. [ 690] P< S p s-kheper 1 fö < ^paTi-p ,.n , Peasant 289, N*Tf , A.Z.V 1905, (?. D 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 OfS^ o| ?! Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Râ (No. 51). n , seven; Copt. C«&.cyq. n ® .n n. jr> JL—0 , to write. , Rec. 36, 135, impurity. skhef skhef skhef stoefeP,IM'toreMÄ Digitized by Microsoft ® P^k^k^S- PfS^-P^k^-Pfo ^•k^P^k^t to strengthen oneself, to prevail over, to gain the mastery, strong, strength, might, power ; Litanie 88 ; Copt. cyXOJUL. skhem jl|.^ Lj, uncon- quered ; —fu. Pf®k^^:-T-33'- man of power, chief, ruler ; plur. y V wT ' ' *^' ?;p^m>-p?4^^ ^W 'v'^KWi, IV, 966, chief of chiefs. skhemit P^®^P-63,p^ M. 84, N. 91, strong woman or goddess. Skhemtiu $ t\ £1_û, mighty ones. skhemit $ Âmenemhat 3, 6, a kind of priest. *»«■«> Pfk« Mk?- ^Mk^Wk^?* Yn . , bold-hearted, courageous, violent, fem. P ^ O k Ova 0 O. Hi 1 I Jr 1 1 i- Skhem àri^a^-^^ 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,
n [691] *, bold-faced, f1 900. skhem her (1 $ |\ of threatening aspect. Skhem f^O^J^. M. 252, n. 34, Ç /), ^fjL ^lf~^> "Power," the life power of a god or man personified, the name of a god ; with <^^, P. 13, with \ J and (^^, P. 112 ; {} I $ "i ° P Jl divine power; see Rev. Ï ' Sil I <=> I II' Crit. Nov. 26, 1 Skhem [1 ^ © |^, U. 446, [1 ^ © jk, T. 255, y I, U. 514, Power, Divine Power, a Power of Nature : j^% j^i^ j^, T. 327, Power of Powers ; B.I), passim. Skhemu P©^^^. u- 643, 645, T. 327, P^©^^, N. 828, fl^®^ ^^, P. 553, 6«°, P^ ®^> J j. Rec- 3«. ^Irfl'i. ^^fek5>'> the divine Powers> the deified " powers " of men. Skhemui fl ® ^ ^ ^, P. 73, M. M.7oc^y^tt||,^^)t„e two divine Powers. Skhemui ÇÇI,1^;.1» I13';\godJw M I' befriended the des ho dead. Skhem Ç fl Ber£- I» I2»a serPent-g°d 1 Sir of libations. Skhemiu iu ^ Tuat IX, a company of gods who towed the boat of Râ. Skhemitp^Ou^cp^^y, Rcc.3o,68,^°|jy()-s?}, Rev. ,5,.6, ^oK|, Rcc. 3,, ... p? JL-, Y^j y r\ $' ^uat "^' a ^'0,lcss-neaded goddess, the consort of Ptab, sister of Bast, and mother of Nefer-Temu. For a list of her titles see P.S.B. 25, 218. Skhemit ^ ® jj), in various localities, e.g., ^ © > 5^ & J P Ö s > Mar. Aby. 1, 44, 45- ess Skhemit f|, Ç ! |^, »(SÄ5 Skhemit ^ ® ^e §°^ess °f tne 4tn T a ' month ; Copt. y\>là.K. Skhem ami Abetch. ^ Jj- jg, p- 7> M. 10, N. 114, a title of Osiris. Skhem arif^|^|,[^©|^ Skhem âa Q J , title of Osiris, <2>- Rec. 34, 177, "Potentate," the name of a god. o III Skhem-ä-kheftiu $ t\ ^~~! , Tuat II, a god in the Tuat. Skhemit Uast ^ ° fl o, Tuat II, a lioness-goddess. SkhemitUatchit ^f § f (jtj^j^. B.D. 23, a wind-goddess. Skhem-ur P^®^ ^» U. 393» Si6,p^©|^^^,T.3261p^o^ ^j^, U. 516, P®^^» the "Great Power " of heaven. Skhemit-Bast-Rä ^ ® §^ o$^Ff , B.D. 164, 1, a Nubian goddess (?) Skhemefp?©|^VÄ Digitized by Microsoft ® 2x2
p s [ 692 ] S P Skhemit em àakhu-s ^ @ ^%» '", fuat XII, a fire-goddess. Skhememàb-fff®Ml^ j Ol JS) B.D. 153A, 2, a god of the net of the 'Mj' Akeru-gods. Skhemit em kheftiu-s ^ Skhemit em tesu-sen $ 1 ' ' Tuat I, a gatekeeper- „ ' goddess. L-fl ^^^k^^-Z^ B.D. 144, the doorkeeper ^Jl 1 1 1 1 1 1 ' of the 7th Ärit. , Tuat IX, Skhemit metu $ B k\: a singing-goddess. Skhem en pet khenti utchat ^ j^j i—j c cd si Denderah IV, 61, a ram- god. Skhem nefer, etc. $ J T ^ ^ I I, and 148, the name of the Rudder of the northern sky. Skhem neteru ^ L^T ', the door of the 5th hour. Skhemit ren-s em hemu-t $ f\ ^kfTlM.PW^ sÈ^f Trf-^-^^' RD- I41 and 148, one of the seven divine Cows. Skhem her fkHT'Pfk?' I Jö^^T jl*' Tuat l' Nesi'Arnsu 32' 28 : (1) a crocodile-god who praised Râ; (2) a form of Äapep. Skhem her (1 ^ Ik ^, Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Râ (No. 26). skhem shu-t ■$ R ^, "strong pinioned"—a title of the Winged Disk. Skhem taui <> | ^s, 0- Hh. 487, a title of Anubis. Skhemit tesu, etc. P Ç © |\ Ck ^|% etc., B.D. 145 and 146, the 4th Pylon • ' in Sekhet-Aaru. skhem P ® Y e1^» p- 4°9» m. 586, N. 1191, I © 1\ *&->>■, sceptre, wooden symbol skhemti p ^® y . l>. 6.7, p y ° £f the crowns of the South and North united ; \^_y ' Gr. Y'xtV-. Skhemti ^ j^x \\ ^ ^ > p- iii6b> 6o> the goddesses Nekhebit and Uatchit. Skhem $, A.Z. 1906, 123, ^|, Westcar 10, 3, an instrument of music, sistrum (?) ; dual A ® M ! D m 7 ! ft ' I a Wïï' I III skhemi H ^ V\ , to play a sistrum. Skhem (I' f\ A, Peasant 58 = H J\ s-khemifl®^, p#|^,«obe unmindful of, to forget, to ignore ; caus. of <^ Rev. 13, 27, little; 111' Copt. çyHJUL. P skhem H, skhem fl n e \> skhemu 183; var. ()^|1 edicts, addresses. s-khemm caus. of 1 1® t\X ' w ' to recite, to £ -/»' , decree. 1, Rec. skhemekh 0 N. 1180, P , decrees, |^(|> to make hot; 0,P. 401, M. 573, n \ IV, 345, *0 X» to amuse oneself, to rejoice, Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 693 ] S P to feci pleasure, I L'OO U I, [I ^^i,l ,ove Songs , delight, pleasure, recreation/ holiday, joke, sport, laughing-stock; caus. (?) Skhen-t (1JLY, fl ® , pillar, support ; I £^ I I AAAAAA © 'ww , Rec. 27, 226, 0111 Ï AAAAAA I I » s of a chair or bed. plur. I H G YYYY L.1). Ill, 194, 16, leg I ^AAAAA I I I I skhenut H JtïYÏY iv, 612, H ° I O I I I I AAAAAA B.D. 172, 42, the four pillars of the sky. skhen, skhenn P«( V Rec. 33, 4, n • fvn • o*-j,nj»o. P ° I AAAAAA \ 4 I AAAAAA ? 4 I O I 4 I AAAAAA n AAAAAA AAAAAA to fold in the arms, to embrace, to contain, to hold. skhen às-t 11 17, to embrace one's throne. n skhenu Skhen ur AAAAAA 1 e ,B.D. i53n, J spells, incanta- l ' tions. n B.D. 146, the doorkeeper of the ioth Pylon. Skhen maât ^ L ' the name of a AAAAAA >f3x^ sacred boat. s-khen,s-khenn fi ° a, n • I AAAAAA I AAAA AAAAAA w no I AAAAAA (WVAAA •P. /T (T^ I AAAAAA <•" AAAAAA (T^ hover over, to come to rest, to stand still, to alight; P±^ ***, LD- In> Mob, to halt I II I d I ' on the way. skheniu[t] PJ^()()^Ç J\, Rec. 8, 9, place of alighting. skhennu H ® WT,p.43o1m.6is, I AAAAAA cT"^ U PlfT,N.„,,R® MW, I AAAAAA I1* A JT I AAAAAA 1 1 _fl ("t A those who alight skhenu fl Ö AAAAAA (~ A, repose, alight- AAAAAA Ci U I AAAAAA l£l fl N >* 1 ( a moment of leisure. Skhen H ° O , share, portion. I AAAAAA •"»__/] skhen (1 ® X bandlet, tiara (?), a special I AAAAAA ' kind of cord. skhen-t fl ° â^L Rev. ,3, ,,9, n o u ' — r . • II AAAAAA y/} Kev. 13, 92, crown; Or. }''XC,'T- Skhen M ® Q, abscess, skin disease. I AAAAAA A y T~f AAAAAA Skhenn I N^ *£™, to rot away, to decay. skhenuiu P^^IJ^^^j. dyers (?) s-khenn f\JSJ^t n\£~<&,*-fl. AAAAAA ^y I Ö *""*•** >^ fl \3>I AAAAAA to make to fall, to overthrow, to I & Ö ' breach a wall ; caus. Skhennu fl N51 ^7™ J)^—^, things that terrify or frighten. skhenà-t fl ® fle*3"*, tab,e' bank' I AAAAAA 1 Û I SUppOrt. skhenàfl © Oe,Rev. = n « A I AAAAAA 1 y\ AAAAAA I 1 fortune, hap, event; Copt. cy^Lcyitl. Skheni H @ ÛÛ ^, Rev. 13,75, event, I AAAAAA I 1 J3 I fortune; plur. I I AAAA ^z0, Canopus Stele. 1 1 1 Ö skhenu (1 ö °fl!, I AAAAAA (£ U I P @ °M' aaaaaa _fl ^il events, conditions, circumstances. s-khensh 1 aaaaaa 7^, Rec. 26,65, 1 ^w <0*J, to make to stink ; caus. f\ m AAAAAA s-khenti I fflh , V; 176, M. 316, prilh^» PffflO P^' Rec-27,222» PäZIP^^PfiT^' PiHh^.piHh;iv..o3.)(iâ"7-K, Hh. 393, to promote, to put in front, to make to advance, to make to sail to the south, or up- l-p-I AAAAAA stream; caus. of (j||] 3 ■ skhent-t (?) fl c I AA/ of Ani 1 © Äs skher ^ ^f, Maxims Digitized by Microsoft ® Ù, to inform. 2x3
s [694] S skher I ® ) , to plan, to design, plan, design, destiny, arrangement, intention, advice, opinion, character, affair, condition, dispensation, scheme, business, plot, kind, species, behaviour, manner, habit, wont, use, custom, device, mark, trace ; plur ■.n n .in' n i; n n 0.) , Sphinx Stele ii, condition, existence; n I todirect,tolead; fl^E fl| r^r-, é "^ { P^fl P. iii6ü,67, useful plans; Ko_, under his directions ; , celestial existence ; manner of life ; I Plan; [1J^ the innocent. skhri H m .skhrit (1 n '«il T © ' "^JI'eternal J&û, manner of A/) Jlvgj Peasant 191, 235, «Hi U £± ' captain of a boat. n « (2. ", report, writing, document, plan; var. skher n n «S<,B.D. 30B (Ani), to offend (?) s-kher (lj^, U-3-.p^l.fl L_J , P.S.B. 10, 48, n \ n j\ S?5*? (?, to overthrow. Skher-t fl«Ä>^, defeat, overthrow. Skheru jl«^^^, bowls overfull. Skher S^-j^™™, B.D. 149, 150, a god of the 6th Àat. Skher-remu P^^<==>|\% } { ( Jj\, B.D. 149, the god of the Àat Àmhet. s-kher p^ >UJ , to cut, to pierce. skher R Ä _j, Rec. 33,5, H ffi ^i, to present offerings (?) .^_J s-kheri(?) P^^.^.p m to belittle, to underrate. S-kherp R 0 ft 3 , Sphinx Stele 3, to set at the head, to establish ; caus. S-kherti JI <=> q£ , to rejuvenate (?) ; caus. skhes [l^,[l_^i^[l©[U Leyd. Pap. 8,13, Mar. Karn. -53,37, |1 © |1 ^ /\, Love Songs 3, 4, [1 Q flu 7^, [1^_-15^, to run, to hasten = I @ I . skhesu run--* (2. , runners. 111 s-khesef fl® l*qL.> Rec 27,219, I^Y Qf> I^X °> to make to go back, to give evidence against; caus. of *jYL^ .-A- skheshen var. n iVH (?>p □□ j\ , Rec. 26. 65 ; s-kheti A-, T. 171, [V ,p. 118, to turn back, to repulse ; caus. of s-khetkhet n [V 4, 8, drive back ; caus. of /V , Love Songs A-, to repulse, to s-khet Pîx-pja""-""* down, head downwards ; caus. of V . s-khet I \\ -^V, Rev. 14, 2, to fall ; caus. Skhetiu (1 1, fiends, devils ; fern. skhet ® x Pî^^P!«.»-** P!il-jsl!tL'iä4!-.PA' Pf M' MÎM. Mî^ P^'PliM'^™^, Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [ 695] ^jj- U \NL-=/), 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 ; j|0^^ J <=^> £> Amen. 12, 9, to weave IStt X il \\ 21 'words; Copt. C(JO&e; skhet L-d , Israel Stele 20, n t_fl , to , to snare in a net. snare, to catch birds in a net. s-khetkhet fl skheti Jd & M- "2- JLiN • P.66„pJo^^,P.7„,pJ^, M3, hunter, fowler, snarer; plur. skhet n®^d,n®?,u,i93,n' £ ■-/») net. Skhet *>Mr w i=r, Edfû I, 77, AAAAAA aaaaaa AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA Skhetiut the goddesses of the chase. a name of the Nile-god and of the Inundation. , B.D. 112, 2, ,IV, , to mould bricks. skhet Iï75'*É Skhet ^-d^czzn, IV, 367, division; —fL- ^-J®c=3 without division (of an obe- AAAAAA f I 10* ' lisk), />., monolithic. Skhet H ® o"^\^, plants, bushes. S-khetkhet 1 ^i, enquiry, investi- I Ci Ci Cli gation ; Copt. ^OTjèeT, ^OT^T. skhet PJL^ , injury, harm. S-khet^^,u.459,[ljLJ, V, I j(, tobe turned upside down; A tk f\ H © tf placed head downwards ; S p s-khetkhet fl^ , p. 694, [1 O o o L-4, Rer 30, 193, to overthrow, to upset; I ^ \[ £^',-=^ ^7 ^7 N. 1155, a woman with pen- \ ' dent breasts ; caus. Rec 32, 85, a person 1 O Y\- men skhetiu skhet [1 1 fiends, the 1' damned. who is head downwards ; plur, hung from a barge head downwards. Pi. Ill £^|j>> B.D. 189, i Skhetu p ° ^K \f * !, a class of stars. Skhet her âsh-àru P JLï ^ff^ (j^fll.B.D.M.^eeUrVf S-khet fi ® èJM. Rec' T9> T9> to make y I c-^^^1' sail. Ses H H Q = H H *l=_ fll , to roast, to burn. ses-t n^Q-flfl^fJ, the light of a fire, a bright fire. Ses nfl£> = S-Seil pp"T\ to smell, to breathe ; caus. I ' = I I 3, to smell. f\ r\ AAAAAA SeS (?) Ill ^aaaaa, to drink. I AAAAAA Ses fl fl H, fl p ^ ^|, horse; Ses-t 1 n o n, filly, mare ; Heb. d*ID • <*p<ï ( (1(1*1$ 1 L-D-IIIj 2o8e' a name V. I I ffl J' or title of Rameses III. Ses H 1^, Rec. 29, 144, [![• 5^-^» PPS^'Mar* Karn*53'34't0walk't0flee; J\ Ses -1 (?) P P o 5, ankle-joint (?) ; dual ppoii;piur.pfloj?. I I v, Rec. 15, 152, a garment of ses-t 8 some kind, bandlet; Heb. tfaj. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2x4
s [ 696] n sesut tk Jp IV, 692, inlayings of ' Jr 111 ' copper (?) ses heb en ses the 6th day of the month. ses <3E7 , festival of 1^0, flflo, ip®, iv, 390, pp°, pp^, 1 o' • P '0> O, day; plur. "| n n -n. O seasons, periods of time ; Copt. I JT III' COT, CHT, COTCOT. IRoOO, L.D. III, 65A, sesu @ o , , , 1 1 1: nnns Rec. 19, 15, time, seasons. s-sa fl—f-^^' p- 409, M. 585, N. 1191, to strip off clothes, to undress; caus. s-sa Hh-1' WK'to make to depart,'to drive away, to expel ; caus. s-sa 1111^^,1,131, nn^, Décrets 29, Shipwreck 53, IV, 160, L.D. III, 140c, to sate, to satisfy ; caus. ; Copt. TCIO. Sesa P P IqI ^\ oô, Décrets 30, sufficiency, provision, ration. sesaaflfl^^^^.reP^oMP) sesim (?) fl fl \\^|\ H , horses = Heb. Q^D1D(?) UTfiD(?) Sesu f Tp\\l<2: J J), Sesostris, i.e., Usertsen III ; Gr. Anastasi I, 12, 3, 18, 8, 27, 3, 5 = Rameses II. S-Suashpfl^^^.B.M.448, to praise ; caus. (?) s-sun p-h_4s*, N. 446, p-^--^L»=/], I <WWV\ I /\AAAftA WWAA \^J} I I ft/wwv TS?5, ftAAAftA (2. Ä,u.0nÄ'^.,Re»....66,nnÄ.<6, www t7 I I «ww /vww\£fi L.D. III, 140B, to destroy by fire, to scorch, to blast ; caus. i^> sesun-t a"w\a , a withering, a scorching. s-sun àb P P -™» 4-^ ^' t0 be sick> t0 feel nausea, mental or physical. s-sur s-sutut nr to give to drink ; caus. ipo^^^,Rec. 4, 136, to walk, to walk about ; caus. « «ïPh n n n^-to cut>to destr°y >caus- I I J Ç—fl1 Copt, cfi&e, ce&e. s-sebi(?) PPJ.° ffi> Pap. 3024, in, to make to smile or laugh ; caus.; Copt. CUjß.6, CCJU&I. s-sebeq pp JI4, PP J f >t0 choose> to elect, to indicate by a sign ; caus. s.septnny.tys.nn^y,, IV, 707, Pn^fl, flj^, Mar. Kam, 36, 28, to prepare, to sharpen weapons ; caus. • Sesef 1 " ,p^jj-, Suppl. 1118 sesfi p 0*^(11 Thes- 1201, A.Z. 1905, 17, I l^=^|j[, Israel Stele 7, to smelt, to melt, to cook, fire, hot ashes, tinder ; -<s>- ^\ / nn^a , to make a blaze of something. Sesem 1 I1b\ W, a pair of horses; varr. % Pk4' ^h\R-Heb- °^D (?> ^ j^,, horse, mare(?>; plur. [1(1 ^$55, ,?,,IV, 699, PP^^fej|,'lV.659. 1 P^,y.'Love s°ngs r'8' P P°^ ^; Heb. QiD^D. Vv Qr» a kind of disease. n—»— I , M. 81 ; var. 111 sesmi s-sen s-sen N. 88 nn7,u.565,nn|7,'T.3I, nnj^,Hh.346,nn^,Re<,29, Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 697 ] s«, (i(i g, PPT*4«, pp*7*, sesen-t s-seni sesen-t I 3, to smell, to breathe; caus. AA/WVA n-\ ftAAAftA I , breathing, breath, smell. | ftAAAftA _ | a*/w\a t0 make open. 1^^ o, P. 169, an opening. n~\ ftAAAftA sesenu see khemenu. Sesenu ppö|^, PPg1|| the eight primeval gods ; see Khemenu. s-senb nn nn , IV, 914, nn ', A.Z. 1900, 128, to make sound or healthy, to heal ; caus. of I «ww j j . s-sentch flfT^^S-, 00 TT"*", won. 1307, to terrify, to make afraid ; caus. of I "»—\ 1 sesentchem |111 ^ | |^~-, 1,139» flfl|^fl|!,Leyd.Pap.3,4,pp|^, <£t, nM'w^|v^^) Ikhemefert 15, flflw sweet-smelling, costly kind of wood. Seser iï[l<r>fll, Rec. 31, 169; for S-sert fl P^^^, IV, 749, to plant, to cultivate; caus. of I X\. S-sehu nn^=^\ destroy, destruction(?); Ja' caus. s-sekh (s-usekh) fl fl ®, u. 425 ,T. 244, 333i P. 456, to enlarge, to make broad ; caus. S-Skhem 00^ t\ > to make strong or powerful; caus. of |1 0 ^ ^ jj. s-sqebh(?) ^P^J|[5> Rec- 4, 136, to refresh, to make cool ; caus. seska , B.I). 70, 3, A.Z. 49, 56, a part of the body (?) n seska PPu^n.» a kind °f ^"ed' sesh sesh , for fciir 1DD :, arrow. lczxO\>, to unl>olt, to 111111111 ja -j WW IIIIMIII open ; see sen sesh - kha -1 "opener of the body"—a kind of medicine, aperient (?) 000 sesh seshti sesh l-J] , to pour out, to flow. I ^7 II, the two breasts. sesh seshu sesh-t Ion A , to be white. nnn . I v , byssus. 1, IV, 666, ring money, rings. \\ X I ,1 1, a kind of grain (?) 0 o o j ^^_^ used in making offerings; fl00 ?, U. is«;, 1 T, U. 156, green sesh-t white sesh-t sesh -1 o © drought, dryness. inn Sesh-t P.S.B. 17, 253 sesha rvr\ ; see J^.,and s-sha ^ .,Gol. Ham. 14, 143, PÛM^^7^' GoL PaP- 9,30, n m £ç yj, Koller Pap. 4, 5, to ordain, to decree, to authorize, 10 instruct, to commis- -;pai^^#.B-D-64^ubt|: sesha-t \\m^& IV' "^ sesha(?) flcsn^czD.T. 339,1*. 627, Verbum 387, guide (?) leader (?) S-sha Mrm //'N- 552 , M. 692, no Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s GD Sesha-t (Seshait) fl T. a68, f, M. 426, fl, f-^'ofo' ^f oSv Rec* 3°' I94'3I' 28' A'z* I9°6'I24' IV, 1074, B.D. 57, 6, 152, 3 t, 169, r8, the goddess of learning, wisdom, architecture, Seshaà pon^ (), u- ^the learned seshuà H [ 698 ] S p s-shebsheb I 00 J izsz> J ^ , to one. , able, wise, a wise man, skilful, cunning. seshaut Seshshâ ^T,N. 984, "joo A Tuat X, the name of a r-Tv-i 4 ' god in the Tuat. seshâ-t flm, AZ- -9°8. r9> a kind of I Uo amulet. S-Shi H00 (j(j, T. 264; var. flao^\. Seshu f, Stele of Palermo, ^%, U. 539, 4^%^. T* 295' a god of Iearnin& writingi I Jl "t"' and literature. s-shu [Irzxn^, U. 415, P- 274, [Iß öd|, M. 489, [looß^v, P. 334, 335, to lift up into heaven (?) ; caus. of rm M >P\. S-Shui(loop^(|(),flp^o,pp^ ■^Ä, 11) ^^, to dry up, to make empty : caus. S-shu [Iß A, Rev., to repulse. Seshuit MR o ^k, Jour. As. 1908, 273, Ir W j|$0' rß^°^ '*vvound> striPe' blow, calamity, disaster, misfortune, weakness, emptiness ; Copt. C^LCy. s-shua nv~) « Iœ Ol Ik ^ Vft ^^> to despoil, to impoverish ; 1 1 1 caus. S-shui [1 ß ()() L-fl, Rev. = H ®*, to be strong. seshumi [1 |ß ^ (|(j |, jour. As. 1908, 304, to be weak ; Copt. CUJCyiUL. vomit. seshp L a ., Rec. 16, 133, to receive. seshp-t II"*- o, u. 488, p. 172, N. 939, a female who has conceived. Seshpui [ï™^>()()> p. 39', M. 55»> N. 1165, the two pillars of Rä. - seshp (shesp) ^aE=1S) Hh. 381, Rec 3i,'9, 'D 0. l^:o, to shine. seshp-t (shesp-t) [l™j|> N. 1365, light, rays. seshp-t (shesp-t) [1™^|, T. 373, M. i25,N.694, [1» ° ß, [1ä° Ä§ = a white garment or fillet or bandlet, white apparel ; Copt. cyum. seshpu n^Kü^tä, n^ü^x, [1^:°^, dried grapes (?) seshpen (?) O^TT. ulcerL, .boÄ v ' D v3 blain (?) seshepsut I, noble words. n-« seshem 3 k* 1 1 r 1 1 1 w > I »—S r^ o^ w ' form, similitude, likeness,'copy, manner, behaviour, procedure, service, state condition, action, conduct, design. seshem reth *fs> ^f $ j, ^ j^ J A.Z. 1908, 16, the name of an 1 ' amulet. *fa ^1. ^ -a !• Rec. 4,28, -pa ^ Jn <?• j, picture or statue of a god; plur. ^=9^ Digitized by Microsoft ®
p [ 699] P 386, Rec. 3, 2, serpent image. Seshmit <2>-, a title of the moon. ', goddess of Seshmit f-^i^ the 2nd hour of the day. Seshmit ^^ *f*^> ^*' Zod. Dend., Thes. 31, one of the 36 Dekans. Seshem Àf (?) ^^ i£, the rejected body of the Night Sun-god Àf. s-shem H^ |\ , u. 482, ^ ^ "^ p^. p^k^'p^ p^kl'^k^A'toguide,to lead, to direct, to administer, to govern ; caus. s-shem àb l^t j\ a O t0 direct .A 1 ' the mind. seshem 1 ^p> t\ 3 , IV, xi 13, l^i 1 . . . 1, administration. \> P> seshem-t p"!2» t£ P^tr^yM'3S5, P^k^P^k'^P^H-- Thes. 1289, guide, guidance, direction; l^^b ->*->, Rec. 36, 155, the con- 1 1 1 li 1 1 4 1 ,db? ducting of the festal service in the temple, seshmi -fö^(j(j ^. "fö ' ^jtP* ï(^ 00 -^ > ou'de, leader, director ; plur. Rec. 19, 19; -fö^^^^» ,eader of peace, /.,, peacemaker; ^^ | |, *™ sesbmu [1^^, p. too, f^§^> p. 309, P^^^^-^' Peasant 54, [1^ w A vj£, Peasant 191, [)^ a ^^, U. 504, T- 32', ^^fj^> uraeus guide ; fl^p»^° seshem heb *fl^ Ik ^sp v&, a.Z. 1906, 131, director of ceremonies of the festival. seshmukh-tp^lUJ °fll' director of the universe. seshmutaui H^>/czz:^K ct-=j, director of the royal palace. seshem "5^|^, fl^J?»|jjjU, 1 S*» %. ^ fl ^^s^v vk _0_ a sacfed boat, a S- ^ -^j^ U ' portable shrine. seshmit ^jy^, ^ , divine guide, title of a goddess. Seshem Àffi ^()*^"(|(]<5<, Tuat VIII, a fish-god. ^^ Seshem àrânbfi "^p>()23i |kfr*^> Tuat VIII, a dog-god. Seshem Ast ^ i r|, Tuat vin» a/?r.m di^aicU of Isis. Seshem Asàr "S^ijCT» T^t vin, the form of Osiris in the Circle Às-neteru. Seshem ânkh ^g^ ■¥•, Tuat' ill, " Living Form "—a god. Seshem ba neteru "5^ &%J* 11T Tuat VIII, a ram-god in the Circle Àakebi. Seshem Nut ^ ! ö°, Tuat vm, the form of Nut in the Circle Juat. Seshem Neb-t-he-t ^TF, Tuat x, a form" of darkness at the 2nd door of the dark road to Saïs. uat JÜ' Tuf Seshem nes-f ^p* c VII, a star-god. Seshem neter I^S^^T^^i Cairo Pap. IV, 2, a god. Digitized by Microsoft®
p s [ 700] S f1 Sesbem remu neteru ^^ ! ^= T ;, Tuât VIII, a ram-god in the Circle Aakebi. Seshem Hem ^p* ^\, Tuât x, a god who destroyed the dead. Seshem Heru ^i ^\ , Tuat vm, form of Horus in the Circle Às-neteru. SeshmuHeh P^t^.^^^j> B.D. 17, 47, a title of Uatch-urA. Seshem Khatri ^ "S* QQ, Tuat VIII, an ichneumon-god. Seshem Kheperà ^ ! S (1, Tuat VIII, the form of Kheperà in the Circle Sesheta. Seshem shet (?) ^^7, Tuat x, a serpent form of Horus. Seshem Shu ^^ ß, Tuat XII, the form of the Sun-god at sunrise. Seshem Shu ^S^l r-K-i 0^1 Tuat VIII, the form of Shu in the Circle Sesheta. Seshem ka Amenti ^p> [_J |, Tuat VIII, a bull-god in the Circle Aakebi. Seshem Geb ^! "^ J, Tuatvin, the form of Geb in the Circle Tuat. Seshmu taui 1 ^ t\ % j\ , B.D. 148, 8, a solar-god. w ■ I AAAAAA , Tuat VIII, Seshem Tathenn ^S^1 ,Tuat VIII ; see Tathenn. Seshem Tefnut ^!^ the form of Tefnut in the Circle Tuat. seshemu ^ ^ Ig, iv, 373, the Syrian hills where cedars were felled. s-shemm flmj^^fj, to *arm, heat; caus. of m|^(j. s-shen iiŒ alight, to protect (?); caus. of , B.D. 64, 50, to A sesheu I *w, a mistake for I to open, to make a way through. s-shen, s-shenn (1c=s==1 /"%<<,, P. 306, l^O^' PS^^> t0 overthrow, to breach or pull down a wall ; caus. of ftAAAftA ^Y T rvr\ ftAAAftA ftAAAftA sesheu seshen seshen seshen seshen-t P. 420, M. 601, . storm, hurricane. , a field of lilies. I "^, , lily knosps. no, Ö lily water, extract 111' of lotus. r \\~i ftAAAftA Ck y c~3, Rec. 36, 210, garden-house, booth. seshen-tchet(?) H00 ^ #, a kind of reed basket. seshshen 1 ao ^->, Z.D.M.G. 46, ftAAAftA 117, Love Songs 2, 8, lily, iris, lotus; see j, and compare Heb. |U?1UJ ; Gr. aovaov. n sesher fli sesheru fl 1, plans, etc. to plan, to arrange. I l{ sesher ,cl, U. 553, to draw out, to ô clean out, to sweep out, to milk ; Copt. C^L^p, m Sesher I - Ù, I, 149, dung, excrement. sesher N. 719, 1™^, Rec. 31, 171, fl^^i t0 make to shine, to emit light, to bleach (?) N. 328, I Ö H> Rec- 31» I72' bleached linen; pta^™^^^"f, U. 394, P^B,D.,H.3,pSHi iE Digitized by Microsoft ®
[701] s-shes s-shesp l=-»—j, to open, to unbolt; see pg csfct Rec. 30, X96, to make to receive; caus. s-sheser n 0 see 8 sesheser fl 8 ..■"°; fl 8 ....□ corn, grain. sshek r-m s-sheker T|, Rec. 27, 224 (var. ), to cover over, to protect (?) I <vz^ Ô = I ^3* Û, caus. of -■^P"^. P^S 31 "1 r-m DB' ~D , to hide, to make secret, to make a mystery of something, to make confidential ; caus. ; Copt, cyoocyx.- sesheta 1 i~\r-1 fl' mystery, secret ; ^.. 1 ° a secret of the royal T 6d harim. I \ A.Z. X906, X30, to mount, 1 C30' seshet to ascend, to roll up, to revolve. seshet fl**^] • 1 .—e=~- , Mar. Kam. 35, 63, to make a horse prance about, to perform feats of horsemanship, to circuit like a star. seshet seshet 1 c*c>^ 8 the orbit of the sun' — fiV light-circle. n^ <2 * n*^—, iv, 615, A.Z. 1905, 23, a planet (?) comet, or shooting star. seshet 1 r-\r-1 to decorate, to put on a garland. seshet (1™. u.„5.p™ 162, 685, N. 1040, 1 r-rr-i , N. 520, , P. n*^ , to tie, to bind, to tie round, to gird on. seshet 12T' PT^- P , P. 346, 413, T. 43, n^ <=*=*, «=^: p e , bandage, bandlet, string, cord of a book, girdle, belt, turban, diadem, tiara; I <*=^ Qe;, a bandlet crown ; plumes; n*^ K- a crown with <=^> 111 garlands on their heads. I AA/WVA TV ,_-- 1 ! .. ,'1V'10«' seshet seshet ]c*°\ ir>f> Kubbân Stele 8, v-^' crown, diadem. T C3E , Palermo Stele, festival of the bandlet or crown. seshet seshet n^ Rev. 6, 22, list, document, inventory. ^!Ü5 A'whiP- seshet-t l^û, Rec. 2,,82, P^ U3 , Thes. X202, Mar. Kam. 54, 48, I c*=*. , Koller Pap. 5, x, n^ <2 •py- verandah, window, opening in a wall, balcony (?) porch (?); Copt. çyOYcyf. n seshet s-sheper fl^S flT-P® D [pn A.Z. X870, 17X, niche LP in a wall. ^>-), Rev. 14, seq 1^«», fl^>, P^\' Rec- 27, 227, to gather together, to collect. seq 33l, 6o8> A ' R 95' [LfA? R 2S5' I A \ , P. 645, to smite, to strike ; see «pn fl >.;& Rev- lr> ^^ t0 destr°y; seq 143^, Copt C(J0K seq her "I4 * ç>, Rev. = Copt. ceK &o. seq M ^ > sacking, haircloth ; Heb. pÇ." : Gr. <t«Vaoç; Copt. COK, COOK.- n seq , Sphinx Stele 12 ; see s-ärq. ^P-M-P^P-M Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 702 ] S n P^M^-^Mf Rhind P.lp. note 112, fi ° "|\ (j % Y L_fl, Ani V, ,o oxal«, f^Mflf^;. A.Z. 1905, 28, to prolong life; caus. S-qai-nu-baiu, etc. P Y Ö %jL' D ^=, f fil ' * tne name of the 3rd hour of -^fSrlllo' the day. s**P^M^'p^k? , to plaster, to smear. S-aä fi ^ <***"*" t0 vom't> t0 Pour out> û ï ' caus. sqâânkhiu pj^f"jjij> IV> "47> P-lfÜHP-^W- tins-n/o\ fl yi °-se^ to be laid waste, sqanir) izi^a/wvaA%^', , , ,' v ' I X destroyed. squ fl^f|, [l^xf|,fuel(?) fire(?) sqeb-^zlj^, P^J^^, Mar. Karn. 54, 57, captive, prisoner of war. Sqebfl.]ifl = flJ,l sqeb n^J^.,to see. t0 look a'.ethee «f7 ftAAAftA to cool, to refresh ; caus. lu AA^VW sqebbup^jj^l«, bath-house, Sqeb jl^iJ|,B.D. 142, V, 1 (j^[U JI^QnJLJLn)'agod a god. Seqbitfl.j|^,«^M2,V,2La S-qeb fl a J ^? &, Metternich Stele 7, to cry out, to wail ; caus. s.qebh[U]ff,P.394)[lf!^ M. 561, to cool, to refresh; caus. saef fl ^ Jl t0 leave' wliat is left ' Copt. ^=_ il' COXÏÏ. sqem n ^ir* » van ^ "^^ > to destroy, to annihilate. S-qema fl ^4 Rec 36> l33, to consoli- s-qen date; caus. to make bold, to encourage ; caus. s-qen, s-qenn 0^0,0 =0,Rev. i r, 93, to anoint oneself, to put on fat. sqer (1 A xÇn, to sail; Copt. ccTHp. sqer R ^ £==ß, Palermo Stele, 0 dj , P CX. ' R 77, U. 403, p^=^, P. 68, p ^ (j ^p^fcP^^plj ■—1. 1 r^j> Rec 26, 229, fl t_J, ibid.3i>i72,p<f>^l>p<l>\,p<:^Äö, . P<l^'P^>e!M<4'P2»1fl , I „—ff M, to beat, to strike, to fight, (1 ^] 111111111 to capture prisoners ; a door ; Copt. CIK6. sqer-t P<=>L—fl, fight. nA.nA sqera ive. , to break open n , prisoner, capt sqeru [I vt^' Prisoner> captive, fettered; plur. P<^^j, P <Ö ^ $ j » 1 1 1 fN/V/l P^IÉI Sqerà ânkh ■$• p f^,, Palermo Stele, PJ?1MT'IV'io°<> =7 1 fJM^P^f.p^M. a combatant captured alive; plur. I 0 T" A^ '' Digitized by Microsoft ®
sqernu Sqerit S "J A 0 X [ 703] , fighter, conqueror. S f1 n eu ^ '^10 Ombos II, 130, a Ç> fl' goddess. =>^ 1 I Sqer tchatchau VII, the name of a star-god in the Tuat. s**P4P4^1f<0 to hew, to cut. seqes (?) 13 W, Anastasi I, 10, 9, some hard substance. S-aet(?>(lQl^(HTIi' P.S.B. 16, 238, disposition, inclination, relationship, a mathematical term ; caus. s-qet [1^^ s-qeti , Hh. 472; caus. of ^S^-P^X^ U.47«,p^=?}l)iJ^.I'-382, P1 os,' to sail, to travel about in a boat ; caus S-qett (1 \ ^£$ÊJ£. N. 954, fl \ ^ I n 0 <**), «— Ö Gol. Hamm. 14, 134, , to sail, to travel about in a boat. % Sqetut jl ^| ^ ^ yj^, Pap. 3024, 71, p^y^HI^P^^ a journey by boat, a sailing, a boat procession, a course on the river. Sqetll I i <=^ ç/^b ^, Shipwreck 27, (1 J ^y^^, sailor, paddler; plur. 1 i ^ \m fl^^^|,Pap!3o24, 6?, Sqeti , Hh. 371, a god. <£> the warder of the Ö I ' 2nd Arit. Sqe^i-her sek p^=s»-(|p Sek I y ,vz^, to cover, to dress. sek re fl^* , u. 253, P^*?, T. 273, [1 ^* \^, P. 26, P<ct ^p , M. 36, I ,vz^* S , to purify the mouth. 1 \ ^—^° <==> Tuat I> a serpent- L-tfl I ' god in the Tuat. 'L-/)^^, the god Sek re Sek re Pt of the 6th hour of the night Sek her fl Q B.D. 13615, 3, a god ' of the lake of Fire. sek PI-PEPS PK S—fl' , to pull, to draw, to draw away, to carry off, to make an end of, to destroy. seki "^è, Peasant 205, P'HX'HWX^PX M 1 ^ffj, I ,. *, P. 64, N. 498, to perish, to come to an end, to make cease, to diminish, to be destroyed ; |1^=^(],N. 938. » rc\. "WWin> the end, death, sek the finish of a matter. seki-t sekk 9 h^J> pain, anguish, despair; v- l\ _ failure of courage. , to bring to an end (years I III/ seksek [1|^[1]^, p)[^=*^ V, Peasant317, |1)(^=*[1](2» IV>685, Mar. Kam. 53, 27, 1^ nsn , IV, 716, -•PI PI seksek-t © 11 x to crush, to destroy, to subdue, to cut down, to overthrow. destruction, f~"V overthrow. PI-PI Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 704 ] S n seka L-fl, S id pi-hi^a- pi- ^K L—/), fighter, warrior, athlete; plur. raÄI'PH-11^ 11 <^z^> y /( $f ' > Peasant 3°3> IV, 653, 659, p ][>=* (](] ^-f, Thés. 1203, warriors, athletes, fighters, guards, soldiers,armed servants, strong men, rebels, murderers. , struggle, C3 , Rec. 17, 116, seki-t fight, battle, slaughter. seki-t 1| ^=a slaughter-house (?) Sek n^P*, the name of a god (Û "T^H seku ***, * l 1 ; see *** 1« sek âhâ^ JjLi <p, K^a ^ ^, a.z. ,872,41, P^»P^ "Time divider"-a seki PI L-fl' title of Thoth. , to grind L-fl grain, to pound grain into flour. sekit w ...a to transport by boat, to ferry over. , meal, flour. I ^z^^^' L-fliu'Copt. CKA.I. sek p| sekut p I ^* ^\ ^, iv, 707, ships of a certain kind. sek I^,t. 275, I I /VA/VNAA I P. 28, M. 39, lake, sea (?) /VA/WSA AAAAA^ /VA/WSA T. 342, P. 221, then, at that time. ska p ska p U.^> p- 62I> Rec- 3h 173, IjJ \£, N. 119, 824, pu S, fly ¥S'Pu^> Pu]^^> 1M ^ iL' Amen-8> ,7> P LJ^^ ~ , to plough; Copt. CK<LI, C^Çi.!. skaiu skaut H I U N^ rjf ' » ploughmen. PY^y^rr- py *^J *\ IV, 499, ploughed land, tillage. skaupu^^^)j.p^^i. oxen for ploughing. Ska Hi |^\ Hi, an animal for the '—' _M^ \. plough (?) ska 11 J j/\, Nàstasen Stele 31, throne.. s-kami r—1 , Mar. Kam. 52, 19, Décrets 108, H r—1 , Amen. 4,14, (1- *!&> n *,(! , to make to endure for a long time, to bring life to a close, to finish, to complete ; caus. to be grey-haired, white-haired, greyness ; l S [^1^2' 0Ü f0r «"* hair; Copt. CKIJUl, C-XIiUL; n Rec. 27, 219, the grey-haired god. s-kamm 1 to defile ; caus. s-kamkam to overthrow, to annihilate skar ^, to blacken, n X , to destroy, of sacrificial vessel ; , Herusatef Stele 44, a kind (If \<==> ^U ° the same 1 I flT III'in silver. Ska I ^zz^> (1, an object like a short javelin, I (Lacau). Digitized by Microsoft ®
n s [ 705 ] skà-t, ski-t 1 ^=^ (j a, m. 125, N. 695, [l^()(|a,T. 374 tk U. 427, T. 245, then, at Jj' that time. sku skep [l^$j|, f1 Rev. t2, 41, a cry(?) var, Skem sken fi sken n l^^^»Rcc- 30,199; tk $ I ibid. 27, 219, the _Zl £Ü 1 ' grey-haired god. , to cleave, to split. , Peasant 178, a beast of a man, glutton, drunkard. ^ G > unguent, oil; skeu Copt. co(Th sker G ty> sker I \\ , to cut, to smite. I .A, Rev. 11, 131, 12, 52, -Sä J\ sekhem metal weapon Sekkes Seksen /VA/VAAA _2ä , Rev. 11, 134, to sail. £ ra Jp, Koller 1, 5, a ® , P. 726, P^j, Rec. 31, 31, a god n /VA/VAAA ri [I v, p. 650, I I /VA/VA, , M. 751, a god, a messenger of Rä, Ci Ci Sektit y , Rec. 30, 187, yw pi—od*, pr^- pi ^y^p-K^PTM- |i jj, Rev. 13, 2, the boat of the setting sun. ; see U. The old form is 470, T. 221, 222, etc. Sektit [i|^*^>, the sacred boat of the Nome Prosopites. seg [l&j ^, deaf; and see pS^^. seg (1 seg-t , opposition. 1 n 0 the foal of an ass ; Copt. sga sga s p S ^ ^jjx L-J, to attack (?) S^^, A.Z. 1905,31, Pö^ i, Rev., to be struck dumb with astonishment, dumb; n s w ' Anastasi I, !' 17.1. ;v. 14, 12, Sgai[lffl^[(j(j]^|,,Re, quack of a goose. to utter cries, to call out. s-gab pS^J^JV Rec. 10, 6, to make to bow, to force. s-gap n D <2 25 *£v\ " ""ffft? Rec. 21, 86, to fi Û <^ A cry out, cry, lamentation ; see I ^Çjé» *£\ ; Copt. CtJK£.n. s^P^2,Ö'P^I,Ö tower. sgâ (?) sgi M, 97, segmu (?) Digitized by Microsoft ® ," Anastasi V, 19, 7, fort, fortress, castle, I o, to carry (?) • S Ml Ü, to remove. s-geb(?) p&J, PsJ^^j.Rec. I JJ J Of» Metternich Stele 44, 47, Heruemheb 21, P S J % ^> Kubbân Stele 25, to utter a cry; Copt. CtJK^n, CtJ(T^.ll. Sgeb > S J jfo > captive, prisoner. Seeb H A D fl LlD- IH' 2o6' a god of ögeD i^J^J, the torture chamber. Sgeb-àm, etc. p & J ^ -[}- = Q , B.D. 145A, the Q D TrTe w w door-keeper of the 14th Pylon. - S-gebgeb 1 & J S J j|j > to constrain, to compel submission. **»|1^& P^.^.3,30, wailing, lamentation. 1 wwwQ perfume(?);Copt. S****lll' COtf~ÏÏ(?) 2 Y
p s [706] S n to make to see ; caus. S-genn R „^ =0=, Rev. 6, 26, I^A/wsA Ö, I /VA/WSA I */VW\A III to anoint, perfumed oil, A.Z. 1884, 88, to prepare anointing oil ; caus. ; Copt. COÖIt. Sgen H S Ä, Rev. M ffi =0=, Rev. j 1, 132, perfume, anointing oil; Copt. COCTtt. sgenn S /VA/WSA /VA/WSA S"£T -, Koller 2, 1 1 JÏL ^ , ■' 1 S Q ^, oil, ointment, AAAAAA I I I AAAAAA I balsam from Sinai ; Copt. COCTlt. s-genn P-JSL^, P*^^^, to make weak or helpless ; caus. sgennm helpless ones. ß AAAAAA M& I I I , the inert, sger n * I S t Jlj to beat (a drum); see sger S , fort, fortress, a strong enclosed place. s-ger Rec. 26, 65, P S Q d^' IV> 967> P S S rff, 0 S V ST' t0 ma^e s'lent> t0 still, to hush, to silence; caus. of ^ Qf>' fj ' ^ Q Qr> the tomb; |1 25 f\ QaV& , t the dead. Sgeru 1 S ^ ^ j, the silent ones. Sger-t I S <=>&, silence, stillness. Sger-t p S Ck the city of silence, © ' /.«?., the grave Sger n s , Berg. 33,/>., Sgeri [l^ljljr^, Rec. 3, 35,drachm s-gerh pj^J^, P S j[__j n s Rec. 13, 48, Rev., to be at peace, to quiet, to pacify, to subdue ; caus. ; Copt. CCTpA-g/T. Sgerhit PJ^J^^. P-S.B- »5, 221, "Tranquilliser"—a title of Skhemit. sgergu P ^, ^ 777» PJ^X , parts of a ship. Seges t, M. 826, 1318, a town and a town-god." n N. Segt n , Rev. 14, 40 = Ci Ci set sett set I Ci, absolute pron. 3rd com. "Ie* U. 197, P. 100, absolute pron. c' 3rd fern. she. n n , later form of [U set I ^, , they, them. I III 'a III ' set Mji^j M. 459, throne, seat; plur. PjJjjjJ^,M. 174, P. 607. set H X, to break = ~*~ ^ X. 1 >P H *P c n t0 break, to cut, 'X' 'X^' to bite. set set n \> , tail ; , tail in the mouth, i.e., encircled. set 11 S». , I n. ç>, tail of an animal ; A ^X H H ^ P an an'ma^ tnat carries its tail high. set H a <§), babe; var. H ^ jj§). ' set (1 , a stone ; varr. ' >ïî>^, >ïî>^ I mnii a mi c-*=^ mrm Set (Setesh) 5jf,u.s,7*>35>>n Q mnD ,, ^ Digitized by Microsoft ® N. 333, Hh. 333 P ^ ^ j-Lj^, Rec. 27, 228, P «=, M. 63, P. 174 >^|, B.M.4663I; j|| fl J - J, the
s [ 707 ] S children of Set, i.e., fiends and devils, , N. 951, the SeU gods, heavenly and earthly; >$-rJ y)> IV» 808. setà-t 1 Q (]q, T. iQ2,P.677, 0 ° a, N. 1289, appertaining to Set. Rec. 16, 119, Set of the acacias. Set n ■jlo the star of Set, i.e., Mercury. Set (Setekh?) (1 21, Edfû 1, 91, god Set- flu ?\ ^, the god of the 5th day of the month. set I <=> {AC > to sow seed ; Copt. CI"f\ set \\1[ c==2, N. 796. I l) o o o o set Pg, B.D. 179,2 set-t(?) R& °\ Love Son^ v' 5, I vim summer-house (?) -t-tP:0T=pj:0T—- Sta-t (Sthit) ZSZ, Palermo Stele, ~®~, n -^-s _^_ "«- -«- -«- @ -^ U'7' öö 1'^- ' öö' s ' ICD' ÏBHE' -p- -^~ _ ', a measure of land, the arura; plur. —(j>-, CZD —ç— <g<gg <?> stai-t (sthit) ~^~ g, -ç- thread, cord, string, measuring cord. Sta (Sthiu?) ~®~, repurchase ; plur. ~^~, Rev. 14, 46. stai (sthi) "~^~ sta Hq e , to measure land D x^,Rec. 21, 15, [1 , Àmen. 22, 3, to hold a possession legally n 20,1, set, sta I a~~^ , IV, 1102, 1^, la Digitized by As. 1908, 269, -Ç-, -^"L^, a'I'D , to bring, to conduct, to •f1 D lead, to tow, to draw or drag along, to withdraw, to unbolt a door, to place alongside, to compare ; Copt. X^-Cee. stas (stasta ?) P S "^ fl ^ , Pap. 3024, 12, to lead. stasta —(p— 1^0° ^\ ~~^~ to Press>to ur8e D D _S^. j\ ' on, to drive. Sta (Sthi) ~®~, IV, 966, leader, guide ; A _fl>— AAAA/VA Tk" %? A Rev- r4, 49, dealer in vege- mirY' tables. staiu -ç- w —Ç— I I I 111 —Ç— I —O- !• a D n haulers, towers of a boat, bringers, leaders. 1110 1 those who tow the boat of Râ. Staiu (Sthiu) -ç- *$\ ! %, Tuat II, the blasphemers of Râ who were condemned to destruction. Staiu Râ -Qr , Tuat VIII, stastau Sta —(D (ï>— -A J\ j rebels, oppo- l' nents. 1 ^ -ç- B.D. 168, IV, a bull-god— D J\ ' a form of Osiris. Stait ~~^~ Tuat ^^> a wind-goddess who o ' was reborn daily. Sta en Àsàr, etc. nSlàT H , etc., B.D. 145, 146, the 13th Pylon. sta ]d1^^ " T'receptadei an object in which to carry things. sta I ^ www water-course, canal; _—(J~~ AA/WVA I AA/WVA AA/WVA , IV, 944« I I I /VS/WVA Sta I S lj\ ~~^~, Anastasi I, 14, 8, ramp ; n c —ç— s inclined way up to walls of a be- \ ü j\ 1 ' sieged cily- Statt (sthitt) gg, "X"^, ;>+ Microsoft ® c o —Ç- I I I I D^Q , the funeral moun- 2 v 7
S [ 708 ] P —<ï>— ce g§ tain, cemetery, the grave ; ;• ^ ^ «w*1 , i the Theban necropolis. sta (stha) P~£~^^> Hh- 544» ^^> —(ï>— —(g— —(g— | I O'aO'O I ! n a -ne -ç- n ö "^~ (1 ö ^ ~^" O l'om^a' I'd ^'I'ob ^ni' filth, offal, anything beastly or abominable. ■PSÏJ&PSÎS sta H 03 term of abuse applied to the enemy sta-t (sthi-t) ~^~ I, fiends, devils, a i IV, 53, 426, a plate or sheet of metal; a | 1\ D —(P~~ -r-<- <=><=> c , made of a single sheet. sta, sti pg^fj, Rec. 16, ,32, p ° »•PÄM-PSM» P5K1W'P5M&W" to light a fire, to make to burn, to make fire ; P^ei?k^^Tli'tocast utchats ; Copt. C<LT"e. stai sta PSM< PSSSG fire. 1=^3, forge, furnace, oven, kiln. Sta fl g "^ ^, Rec. 3, 4, light, radiance. staib P D ^ 11 J ^ Ä't0 stop't0 shut up, to close ; Copt. çyX^JUL, cyxeJUL. Star n a (j (g _&û Jj, Rev. 11, 182, splendour; Copt. cxkX, c-feXXi. s«pi:-.p-Tr.p-T^. Hymn Darius 27, to eject seed, to beget, to sow seed; Copt. Cixe. .AA/W/VN _, «-»^ ^ /WWV\ MWM /WW>A sti ^f ^» Rec- 3»49, ^ ^___/1, /WWW , _ A/WWX • Cl /WWW /WWW (WWW /WWW ^r , Rec. 3, 48, to pour out water, to pour out a libation, to make water, to drip, to overflow, a flowing'out, effusion ; ?==^ ^^* /WWW d V\ , û ûl /WWW _,if jT* £=> \!\, sprinkled, watered, poured out. stit 111' /WWW WlWM /WWW (C==S)> Q f s» /WWW .^_0-<«< /WWW &&&, II /WW>A> seed, moisture, outpouring. ■> 1 ÏÛ /WWW Still || (] (] > vases, water vessels. P^^ü' P^^H'IV'6i5'Rec'2o' 4°' P:tM'PT»T-Wi- XM i ' TM-iays-light' sPiendour' radiance ; (] /j\ (1 mm« O, sunshine ; Ö <§. ~-J ^ » one *¥* ß, light-emitter. Sti reh pet r=a S ra of the 36 Dekans. sti - heb sti TSi^^S^7' the name of the nth day of the month. Sti *¥*, Palermo Stele, 0 *T\ T. 206, a L-ü' Anastasi *' 23' 3' I 'ö J ' Ï ^G- ^C- ~• f <toshoot arrows, to eject something from a case, to throw, to harpoon; *f* ^ ^ j^ Ç °> Jeter la vendange; ^~ T^ f^' IV' I2°35 PX fl<r>^v ^j\ , Peasant 228, to spear fish • *V ? %\ 4L,^ IVj Io62't0 shoot 'ûIIû I JI /rr> <=. I ' game in the desert. , to shoot a glance of the eye; in the sight of, opposite to. C VC* stl Ju em sti *— "if*1 Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 709] S P sti:»Tk&p*w P ^^f* ^ % "T" $> Peasant 239> bow- archer, shooter ; plur. "jf^ ^ l, [J man, Sti * i, a lascivious man. , B.D. (Saite) 24, 4, 46f., 149, 14, a title of Set. R.B.a »5.1. .^â-S5Ä-T11 ° ê* T" 110 B\ i 'a godd'ss of the Firsl Cataract, consort of Khnemu. Thes. 31, <%£%> (1 o t O, Denderah III, 24, the goddess of the ioth hour of the day. StitesuioJ^^.rK, B.D. 149, Denderah IV, 80, a serpent-god, 70 cubits long, who lived in the 4th Àat. "»■iKklÄI.P-T 1 !, T 1 l-T^l-T:ki IQ 3X ,2 1 Hû 1, Asiaticsand Nubians. Sti-t () I r|), an Asiatic woman; plur. IN11 1, Rec. 31, 13. [win 1 Sti-t ^OH Leyd. Pap. 14, 4, ground, I) o I ' grave (?) sti-t X n' PIS' Rec- 36'2l6'the name of a chamber in a temple. *Jf™, R o (](j Q , to light a fire, to kindle, flame, T° Pi Hi *St~ ° (1 t0 kindle sacred or oU'ê' 0 ^'ô' ceremonial fire. 7, 229, n o V\ (1, fire, flame. Sti [UQIJtjbw, P^ljljfJlflWfl'.Tuatlll, a fire-spitting serpent-god, the protector of the holy gods. Set (Sti) em àr-t-f [U Q l^^î, f] ö (1 ^=ö I " Fire in his eye"—the god I '4 -<e>- *^_' of the 6th Pylon. Set (Sti) her H m Q ^, Tuât vin, a serpent-warder of the 7th Gate. a-T3 Sti-t ([ O, ft A*/W\A 1 /VAAAAA T° X Ho"*"^!? bo"1, blain, ulcer, car- o<=±£=i' I v ^' buncle, swelling. O ' f PM^Pj^P^PS 1^,1 „. I™ f" ^aaaaa bad smell, scent ! 0 1 3 I Olli I -wwsa' or odour ; Copt. cf". stineterfl^J.fl^J.rv,^, the scent of the god. sti»ebPMJ^.p> p>ju™-p:^p:i& K&y, incense burnt at a festival. Bttakh.t(P)-(lV|lfllI^.P:° Iflfl.^,'Harris I, 40, 9 „+j R ° i M 1-» drink offering, measure I W^'o \\ ' of wine. Sti(?) [1^5^, leg, knee (?) Sti R ° (j(j, Tomb Ram. VI, 50, a god. Sti R o (](] LJ, to weave; Copt. COT6. Digitized by citi n ° a a 2±i Rev-i3'i5'28, ^f' Stl I oi1!1! T ' odour; Copt, cf. stia(?> Pu'k'™-433 stim P^X^^^TJ» fodder' vege* tables, garden stuff; see ß jjjjil, ^y ^ ^, Copt. CIJUL. sti-t p^J^. Rev- -s. 17-p~ ^ S»^ ^ m' graSS' verdure- StU (?) H o ^ ^, to provide (?) Microsoft <Q) 2 v 3 w
p s [710 ] S p ^™h£}W0*7X^ stur P^ L-fl , to work, to prepare. S-tur R "^t, to cleanse, to purify; caus, to treat with drugs, to embalm a dead body. , Peasant 249, S-tUt (1-offl, (lo^l flo^W, Ho v\"w, to observe some custom, to do something usually done, to make a copy or image, to fashion, to typify, to symbolize, counterpart, image; lo^\ li (I, Rec. 20, 40. S-tUt flo^K0]], fl^^?3 , to collect, to gather together ; caus. of o^è\ t. Mission 13, 50, decree, steb-t floj steb(?) Ho J edict. Rev. 14, 46, farming tools. Stebaf H o J| ^\w, Rev. 11, 145, H H R ^ m ibid. 11, 150, a tool or weapon ; |l-J|\£l, cVcoT&eqf?) StebU lu I V\ /VAAAAA } No I (3 /VAAAAA } tO I «äil /T BAAAM I «All /VA/WSA Il n /VAAAAA drink with enjoyment; var. 1 /va/ww. V P «all /VAAAAA S-tebh fl ^ J § Jl !, to provide with food, to provision ; caus. of o | 9 i ; see P Step M ^ a, L.D. III, 194, 35, to advance Step fl^^-v,T.287,P.39,M.49, P^, _ 1 /] \\» -^j t0 cut»t0 cut °^»t0 slay- 8 step-t *0 A'm-2°3'Pd^0^^' 683, I C5V», n^c?^, a piece of meat specially selected and cut off for an offer- N ing ; plur. FT* • C5V»C?^C?^,P. 540, •Po' ^,N.68o, |Id o Y' I'd^-d W' D J?l'? ©I'D olll'o dSJ' 43- to select, to choose ; Copt. CCOXU. stepu D (?. U * D o* a chosen person or thing ; II 3 1, picked words; cr^, selections from a book; " , 111 # 0=0 choice bread; " M ft n, the pick of the /VAAAAA 1 A stable; ^ g ™** <g> "^J (j g/ a bag of fine linen garments; 1 ^§\ " **w* ^ i 1\ -., Shipwreck 94, the choicest of Egypt; ä=37, IV, 390, selected in olden time. D o .. -fl stepep ^, p. 204, PD'°Div— » M. 203, Steppu " n£, a chosen person. step sa [1^^, P. 184, 193, M. 292, ;, p. 651,730, M. 753,-D ^.^ , to perform magical ceremonies with the D view of obtaining life and the protection of the flu/* .. (Ol • riû/* s Q /WWSA 8°djPD^H",-^p-695'Pü-«.T»' p-5W- Tu t f i P-lv:IOIfi- Step Sa £v^ Q ' protected by an amu- /\ nmn * let. step sa fl"* \ £V \ flc o D «WW«» £—- -^•n r d ,ü - , . ., c - - , ,a chamber in n1 A ' An1 the sanctuary wherein the transfer of the divine power from the god to the king took place ; gave him life, strength, health, and joy of heart in the step sa chamber," IV, 1013. Step sa is also used as a title for the palace and the king himself, e.g., IV, 194. . . j the name of the 20th day step of the month. Digitized by Microsoft ®
f1 s [711] S Step " v " v," 11 ,a garment made of a special kind of stuff. Step lÛ^,a kind of plant. stef '^_^' P?\ ^^'t0 cutj t0 hack> to slay for sacrifice ; varr. Ck , Rec. 19, 92, butcher. stefu H Stef I " A-, to turn aside or away Stef I *aaaaa , to be pure, to be refined ; I ^es»— /VA/WSA v\ vwwv, clear, pure, refined (of copper, ^^~»_ TT /VAAAAA „?„>IV>7°8>- stef-t n ^_ ° n £. °. n a III o a disease of the belly, purge (?) n q /VA/WSA /VA/VNAA /VAAAAA Stef stef(?) s-tem /VAAAAA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA n Edfû I, 81, a title of the Nile-god. .Ai- n , p. ,89, Ck Ck Ç3 The to make an end of; caus. of variant passages M. 357 and N. 908 give *« 4 21' s-tem Stem ^^f^^X, fodder, field or garden produce; see l^s.^J Copt. CIJUL. _m!*. /VA/W* Jwv, back. stem n n n , an assistant priest ; see , I /VA/W* Q} to mark out, to distinguish, to make a difference between, to exalt; caus. of ^, to distinguish between winter ■ AA/WVN AAAAAA AAAAAA and summer r M "¥?* 1 *s£\ 4 I *aaaaa ^ te^ De Hymnis 47, [thou] distinguisher who hast distinguished. Stennu \\«£~)y?\, a noble or dis- I ö Ü I IT> \ tinguished man. stenit Ck AAAAAA Ck II, 39, (var. in Nu), distinctions I, B.D. 125, s-tenn AAAAAA i , to swell (of a boil). AAAAAA U sten P^IT' PI— ü-"-6* N. 1240, P. 642, a kind of garment. Sten M ^ \v , to slay, to kill. Stenit fl^H, the name of a serpent I o \ (U\ on the royal crown. Rev. 13, 120, P^/^J, |1^^/^, Coronation Stele, 8, 9, the White Crown. s-tenem, s-tenemm p û I t\^, I AAAAAA J! rt^N Ck AAAAAA mislead, to lose the way ; caus. of , Osiris 34, to lead astray, to û /IRA. stenemu H ° i f\ % ^ v&, he AAAAAA J _HF*Ä _ZT CÜ who leads astray, he who makes a mistake. n. , worked, chased (of metal). B.D. 169, 25, wooden tablet (?) ster ster Ster 1 ° ^^, a kind of plant. Ster-t I <rr> O, purification, pure thing. sterit H ° ()(| o {^|, P. 1116B, 21, to make prayer or supplication. steh 'ra a wooden instrument used in grinding. lfn*J. flg^^l^ev.xx, Digitized by Microsoft ® steh- 60, revolt. steh fl^r^,Rev- I4' 46' ru^sfe; s-tehen |1]|^, Rec. 15, 178, [l]j[ Al "\ P AAAAAA v^ j, to sparkle; caus. of J£ ffi = 2 v 4
p [712] S P stekh PSI- Kiï-W"°ss = Stekhi H 2 ûû ^ ^ » malign magic. stekhu H ^ %^f »t0 treat a body' livin8 T n Uv ® ordead, with drugs, to mummify; see lo yN™; var, ■ n ° o setkhekh flJ^Lr n> to treat a body I §$?§$' Vi i ■'I o^gand DD n 12, 93 Ml III mnD Gol. Hamm. with drugs; see I ^ ^ Setesh flû 4,P Set; varr. [1 J ^ , ^ setshu p,^,^ » 93 S-teka I | j [\ , to light a lamp ; caus. (?) s-teken fl^ê* a ,t0 mLalce t0 aPProach» I /vAAAAA to bring near ; caus. stekniu (1^0%^, P^ö% I /VA/VNAA Jl I I I /VAAAAA Jl -^ porters, those who bring offerings, in-. mi' vaders. Steg 1 TT irCg, to hide oneself, to take refuge; see [If 3-tega H P -^5- steter o o Hymn Darius 32, to see ; caus. I ryl) Rev. 14, 68, stater ; Gr. orarfr ; Copt. C<LTeepe. seth seth lo! behold! P. 338, M. 640, to reach out (a hand). to bear up ; see s-th (s-thes) R: pra- seth (Sthi) 0^, seed; Copt. Clf. seth (sthi) [l£=3, u. 422, \\s==ijff^i Ci Ci Ci Ci T. 242, ['^—^ I g "j , to eject seed, to beget, to sow seed. Seth (Sthi) (1 S=S »S Q , Rec. 30, 187, to light a fire. SthU-t s=^\0 light, radiance, splen- o Jl 1 11 ' dour. seth (sthi)' [le^jp^ , to spear fish. Sthiu »^ I j, iv. «6,,^ I , Asiatics and Nubians. I 1 1 1 seth (sthi-t) W£ ^> ftrnft, Stele of Ptolemy I, 14, land, estate, pasture land. seth-t (sthi-t) ^^, ^^ J|, ^^ ^ö,^^,^^,P"^,Rec. I ^7TT?S Rec. 31, 174. G» libation vessel. Ci Ci l Ci Ci I ' I £^ 32, 79, garment, apparel, festal raiment; Rec. 27, 219 seth-t R^ seth-t II n a- /?ï7TTp£ ■0,n w on /?ÎTm^: Rec. 36, 216, chamber. Sthi-t ^^ ^ J] ,- a tiring woman. Sthit, Sthàit P s=» (] ^, P. 297, Anc. Eg. Ill, 239, J], a goddess of the First Cataract, consort of Khnemu. Seth (Sthi)-her *=* J, Ljtanie f6». a v ' • ©> w I » forrn of Rä. -ÖÖÖ 9 Sthit-s-mm-Nu £=$■ öS /WVW\ • \AAAAA ftAAAAA , Rec. X 34, T90, one of the 12 Thoueris goddesses, she presided over the month ^^ frîtî . Seth-t flS=5fc=3, Rec. 27, 225, 1 L_=fl, to frighten, to terrify. seth(sti) [1™, u. 9, P. 293, fls=rt3 » ' *fr» I p., smell, odour, scent, perfume; plur P^o.T. 282, 332, P. 294; £^[1" T. 347, foul stink; Copt. C*f". seth heb P*f ffl^-"-«6- P& ftoJf^.p^^.p^®.oint. ment used on festal occasions. Digitized by Microsoft®
s [ 713 ] S Stha P"^, U. 33*, 553, T. 317, .-ç_, Rec- 3»> 27, 1_^_ A, [1^^'^ , Rec. 27, 225, to tow, to drag, to pull, to lead ; see sthaut £} Ä J\ "|S==5Z^_ N. 971, towings of -<o- boats. Sthaiu ~~^~^J, those who tow boats; ^- 1 v\ 1 ~"<£~ •=**=, unseen haulers of boats. —ç- o \\ n stha s-tham Ö, n a jar, a vessel. n to clothe, to wrap up in cloth, to bandage. Seth-àb ^<"T~, Tuat VII, a goddess. Sthethi Sthu sthep , Hh. 343, a god. Tuat IX, a monster serpenter ' , warder of the 9th Gate. , U. 548, T. 303, D sthep ']s==i (M^ ^# to cut in pieces, to D h A' slay. P. 681, to select, 0J\' to choose. Stheput I ^, portions of meat selected for offerings, fl^^^j, -«.eoffChose, sthepu Rec.-36, 216 . . n sthep D , T. 185, P. 183, 196, 674, N. 1282, M. 291, DJ\ , U. 491, P. 579, ==s J] Hh. 425, to remove, to carry away, to Du transport. s-then fl0*) sthenà ; caus. of | tinguished person or statue, eminent, prominent, notable. sthen I $ J\ , to journey, to retreat. sthensthen fl^fl w , to travel, to journey, to conduct a party. sthenà 0 X| J[, Anastasi I, 28, 2, M (I .A, P. 11161$, 43, to compare. I /W\A/V\ 1 sthenà-t s-thenem A ° a thing compared 1 J\ ' with something else. ftAAAftA 1 J\ to turn back, to turn aside or away, to lead .astray; caus. of sther-t sther ^, eyelid, eyelashes. IsU senther J ™, .natron' 000 & o o o incense. •*~praodf |ls=5^L^, |l"^^L^,'to exalt, to lift up, to exalt oneself, to be exalted; caus. Copt. zice. sthesu pr*ah* prv^ 1, those who lift up or exult ; \1 !, those who lift up praises or who raise the song of praise. sthesu Shu- P"^JP^|. 1ÜÜ1 fnt ß © $> the four !upportsshuf s-thes n2^^^)©, l^-^io, iv, 659, I —h— ts^b, to lie at full length, laid out, stretched out, to lie prone, dead body; —-•»— (I Set flc^CL^j^, Palermo Stele = 1° jl, Set—the god of evil. set set P "^ , to cut, to pierce. ^1' I r X , 1 ^ -A, Israel Stele 4, PT^> PT^PS-PT^P-^ \> x Tombos Stele 11, Rec. 30, 220, T% set-t H to break, to smash, to cleave, to breach a wall. Ç—fl, y -/ij breach, break, opening. Digitized by Microsoft Qv
p s [714] S P set p X L—û: of canal, a branch of the Nile. Stit-qesu PTll:^ ■P \> X L-/J ■ X I- I '—L-fl of the 42 assessors of Osiris , " Breaker of bones," one set I p. LJ, to loathe, to be disgusted. Set I <-^-a , impurity, dross. P"^, Pö^-4>t0 dress'- t(i clothe> ? I \> Ô J3 I \> array in fine apparel. Stiu P x"3 Û (j ^—^, dressers. bandlet, headcloth, garment; varr. (1(1 set [1ö\,T- 38,310, p. 564, [1 ^X> Amen. 13, 4, lc-*=^ l^i , I P , tail, rump; plur. I es ^K \>, Shipwreck 163; -d^&\ T I ^, P.S.B. 13, 412, tail in the air; Copt. Cé.T. Set ptto- mp=A. Palermo Stele, :-P\ m "festival of the tail"; plur. QjOj, 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 Ö , irfiihi ö ' ^£7, the name of the 27th or 28th day of thé month. Set-t I Anastasi I, 6, 1, section of a book, page, column of a papyrus. tet n stet ,\>EU 1 1 ; see n k o\> £!l I set pennu P"—* J^L^, rat's-tail, a \> Ö @ 111 ' herb used in medicine. setu im mämä (?) !ö l^i, a plant or herb used in medicine. Set SU n ^^ 1 ^K ^, a kind of plant set sheps-t(?) P^^ A.Z. 1880, 95, a part of a chariot. X set-t (stit) ~ Il Q1 Rev- I2> 66> 1^^ ÛÛ (11Rev- l*> 2°> fire; Copt- cé.T-e. s*a P <=■■&•T-27> P ^klf N. 198, P. 611, 707, Rec. 27, 217, 34, 177, lc^>lk\ ^Lg^è^-, t0 quake, to tremble. stetiu n n } those who shake, , . old men stata (sett) "^gé, to quake, to tremble ; Copt. CXUJX. stau ¥ , palsy, quaking paralysis, the shaking sickness. sta les Sta ur n a kind of marsh bird, bittern (?) , U. 187, , T. 66, M. 221 >P , N. 598, n. ^^^,Rec. 29,153, |l "^3, " Great quaker," god of the thunder and earthquakes. Stametsu P^l^l^P^ V-^P^lCPW T. 240, the ancient storm-gods. Sta - ta n s*=», P. 304, " Earth-shaker"—the name of a god. ., a kind of prickly shrub sta-t _ O III used as a protection for encampments, " thorn scrub " or " thorn bush." staf (stef) Digitized by Microsoft ® "1^ 0 Rev. 12, 62, pure; Lea». ' Copt. COXq.
n s [ 715] S to defame, to run down, to decry, to vilify; caus. Stu [lc=> %>[>], to run aground (of a s-tua 1 caus. of tua ^ }lc ^^ O, to pass the morning; O I £©U' I ©® U' I e©c±^' 1<=> (O to treat a body with drugs, to em- (£ 0 Lo' balm a dead body. Steb Ic^Jft, 0c^3J'Tf1, Peasant 50, bandlet, belt, girdle, hangings of a shrine, a part of a square cloth. "^=&, I ^. stake, instrument of torture, misery, disaster, calamity ; plur. Ic-^^a 1 ^^, lc-^a 1 © 1 Stebà I c=» J (j ^=&, a wretched man. stebu lc=5ij|© V D, Rev. 12, 2 a tool or weapon. • s-teb [Ic^J^, [lc^J^|, [1 ] 1 , to chew, to ruminate; Copt. CéJT'&e stebà Oc^jy s-tebh P^'H'—1§» P JHI-P-Jlh 1 1 1 , to arrange, to provide, to equip, to supply; caus. , provision, equipment, tools, implements, furniture; plur ^7 \> 1 1 1 , Tanis Pap. 19. steput 0Äi>~\Poi;tio * I D P III select ns of an animal selected for sacrifice. stef (Q|, \\k to make ready, to prepare , L.D. Ill, 140c, stef .L-fl , to cut in pieces, to slay. Stem P<=* j^> U. 65, N. 320, p ,N.324,p^, ,N. 323, U. 421, stem-t T. 241, to paint the ' eyelids with stibium. ol 1, eye-paint. Stem-t 2J) C^2 V\ 1, stibium, antimony, eye-paint; Copt. 6CÔHJUL, Gr. «xti'/i/hv. n stem stem s-tem (?) é s-temà Hh. 336, Rec. 27, 58, to ' hear ; Copt. CÜ0XJUL. Rec. 2, 30, assistant priest. Q to bring to an j\ ' end. lc^>\), T. 264, M. 417, to join, to unite ; caus. ; Copt. TOUJU-I. sten /WYWA Stele 22, crown I<=^3 A, P <=^> ^) , Coronation /WYWA V I /WYWA Stenu I wwA A, wearer of a crown, prince. stenit stenà stenu /WYWA IJJ C rule, dominion, sovereignty. \ s-tenem A. I • (] 3j, to dam a river. /WYWA 1 Ö n *y?* \ J\ , swift courier. : see Ck /WYWA Ster l^^T ^, a kind of plant. stekh , P. 61, M. 82, N. 89, , N. 72, to defend, to protect. stekh 0 "—", Hh. 5. Israel Stele 14, to overthrow, to defeat ; see n I s-tesher N. 131, IS T. 281, p I r-Ts-i ^^è. , to redden ; caus. r~\\ 1 Steshru P SB /&g= "^ô, red things, bloody wounds. Digitized by Microson w
n s [716] S s-teku hide; caus. s-tega p^rap^ra- to ^1&A> P'ITM' p s , Metternich Stele 49, I j^ ^^JeJf -^ » Iv> 385> t0 hide, t0 run avvay an(* h'de; caus. Steg H ^ V\, B.D. 168, a bull-god. Steg I rv a, a proper name (?) ; S AAAAAA •Jç- IV, IO7I. CD S-tega I rv u^_, Hymn Darius, 7, to look, to examine ; caus. stegaut 6, watchers (?) n rr o T 1 1 1 , B.D. 108, sett-t s-tet trembling, quaking, shaking. L.D. Ill, 140B, to stablish; caus. setch fl "^ M* I94' 't0 sPrinkle' t0 I ( ' scatter, to sow. Setch Pn-l,P- 397, M. 566, N. 1173, I (W]l( seed. 'setCh P"^^, Rec.27, 58, [î^.to break, to break open. setch P. 185, to strike a balance, to make a reckoning. setch (» n) £3=* , Mar. Karn. 52, 8, to lay waste, to be wasted. setchu àbu (?) (1 "«-j ^ ^ W>, Stele Usertsen III, " broken ^hearts " (used to describe the timid broken-spirited peoples of the Northern Sudan). setchu P*T"n-ln~ln"l> p- 424, M. 607, flflj °^'=!^t=!^eS)> N. 1212, archers. Setchtiu ^^|, (1^ £ , Rec. 32, 79, archers (?) setch-t 88 X "^1' U- l84' 322' 5I3,T- , N. 619, [l^ fj> Rec- 3°, i98, 3i, 170, flame, fire ; Copt. c<LTe. the Tuat. Setchti H ^, Tuat II, a fire-god in Setchit-usrit x (| "j [1 ^ Nesi-Amsu 27, 16, a title of Sekhmit. setch 0^^, Rec- 3°' l88'^b1;^' setch ®P^°-®P^the festival of the tail ; see set. Setch H ^ §\, A.Z. 1906, 112, child, babe, infant; fern. fl"^^» f^j^0' p^fprixfp^ki- Setchti H^ S), IV, 1072, young. setch p^HP^lJH,^: Setchetch fl "^^ |, form, image. setch N^Tj, pot, vessel. setch (?) [l^jj, M- 826' a ki"v^f Pi s-tcha H I lb\ , p. 636, I tu _rr& 63, to go, to depart = '_§>], jj^ '> [• | , to depart in peace, i.e., to die. Pi. A , P. D' setcha-t j\ , departure. Setch a I \, Ros. Mon. '23, Champ. Mon. 378, a fabulous animal with the head of a serpent and the legs and tail of a lion. setcha R I ma?, Jour- As' 9> sér: IO' 5°6 p«i . « s-tchai Pi , U. 642, Pi Plkx-Pi*'Pl**'Pl-P*i , to be well, happy, amused, to enjoy oneself ; |1 ^ ^ ^ ^ ~| (j, Love Songs 7, 9. setchasetcha fl J ["[11 J 3 ', Rev., mockery, jest ; Copt. COX. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s [. 717 ] S P s-tchai her Pi XX **\ A.Z. 1908, 70i PIM'*. ***'«■* 1?. PiMl.ii PI I Lmen. PiM Anastasi 1,8, 7, PJ^Qfl •^PlM^âl-Pl?-*"" Stele 5, P I "^ ?, Jour. As. 1908, 282, to laugh, to joke, to jest, to have pleasure in something. S-tchai Ï j A A \> &, A.Z. 1878, 48, PHHé"PiM-PWM Rev. 12, 16, I 1 1 A ga, Rev. 11, 123, 1 t& 1 (=üa2i »,66, 14,36, Pi^J ., Rev. 11, 139, to ^7 i, Rec. 27, 8, say, to recite, to narrate ; Copt. CLJ^LXe, C<LXI setchait pi^ir word, speech; plur. I » tu 13, 11; Copt. cy^-xei C<*-XI 1 (j (j at* , Rev- uu 1 1 1 21 III' setchain p J A A q setchaih Rev., counsel ; ' Copt. co(Thl. 1 1 1 Jour. As. 1908, 267, P ],(]!]$ 11 ||fe) Rev. I2, 47, Pitjl)—ifli^fe) Rev. 14, 16, rejoicing, jest, joke, amusement. setchaut p J o %> g , seal. S-tcham p j fyö to wrap up, to en velop;var. \\ £ \ $S, \\ fe. W setcham p | setchami p^klUll' p ^^11fl,protector- setchamäut [11 ^ ^ ' 127, virtues, virility (?) setchamut p|^^, \\^ l- ■•• to beget, to act the f=a' part of a male. 1, Rec. 4, A.Z. 1872, 37, hoe, hatchet. setchahui <§. hu\m> h\ :• Pit setchàkhmu , shin bones; var. Pi % A.Z. 1864, 107, bat; Copt. (TerccTeXo. s-tchâm ° III or silver, plating metal; caus. , to plate with gold a measure of land = ioo cubits. setcheb [, setcheb p"*-") J, U. 240, P. 102, M. 90, N. 97, to subsist, to exist, a synonym of fftAAAftA ©'t0liVe' setchbu(?) }^l, Wort. 763, 1389, men, mankind in general. setcheb p^ J |, U. 4, 376, 451, M. 396, p "^ J 11, Rec. 32, 80, 81, j ^, disaster, calamity, misfortune; plur. I ^^ u ,Àmen.2i,n, p^^, p^|, 1 hJ 1^- 44 %* u ' 't0 feed't0 Provision' to provide for, to supply ; caus. Setchef p ^^ <^3), Annales III, no, bread, food in general. Setchef p "^ V , to kill, to slay. setchem p ^^, U. 40, P. 187, p ^j ,P. 401,835, M. 573, N.i 180, P2^^> ,111,143, ^H^. \ to hear, to hear a case, to hearken, to obey; to obey the dictates of the belly. Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s setchemsetchem fl ^ fl ^^, p Rec. 33, 35, to listen carefully. setchem-t p ^ j^, U. 631, g, setchemu^^f ^^, hearer, listener; plur. { [ 718 ] S setchem kheri u nnn on setchemu ^ setchem H^ a kind of tradesman. judge of the mäb-t court setchemiu ^js^f)^^ j> é 22, officers or judges who hear cases. setchem âsh *$ °/— n ° £=n, attendant in the Place of truth ; ^^> g£ I, IV, 619, 1, Rec. 8, 134, subordinate officers, chief servants (?) Setchemi ^\ b.d.g. 776, Anc. Eg. Ill, 226, a bull-god, the god of hearing; <$ -\i-, B.D.G. 699, a form of Isis of Mendes. Setchem ànsi <^> t\ Û ^^ P w ^Tp, B.D. 115, 7, a kind of garment (?) Setchem (?) em snef ^ t\ ^^T n /*+Mj Ombos II, 134, a mytho- I ^=^.1111 Ji' logical being. setchem metu-f ^ A 1 1 1 , the name of the 19th day of the month setchem heri *. «9» w 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 ^ t\ :^5 to paint the eyelids with stibium; see I cs> l\ <ë>:, P ^u>— setchen P ^ <^vL^, Rec- 3' 3. to I I ^v overthrow. setcher p JMj, p & ^, in, 141, to be strong, to make strong. setcher p B* ©, p B* Ö ©, fort, strong place ; plur. I B* jytj ©. setcher p B* ^, T. 338, p. 820, N. 702, Hh. 453, PJ^H' P^^3» IV> ôsç.p^^b, pJHj^L-zi, pBiîH PJL^cL' ^0,111,143, H V. f*%, y^L-fl, pB^5 to pass the night, to lie down to sleep or in death, to sleep, the opposite of <rr> /i\, to pass the day ; 1 B I \\ III! ftAAAftA I <: -^> A.Z. 1900, 27, the sleepless One, i.e., God. setcheri P Bs (Je^^. ^JtJ\ , he who is lying down asleep or dead; plur. p^jjtj^j.^l.p^^, p<uW% - ö setcheriu p & %><^^<^, P. 204, N. 847, sleepers, i.e., the blessed dead. setcherit P B* o <J=^ r=a, sexual intercourse. setcherit P B* <J=j a night camp- ,' ing ground. setcherit P B» o<H, J- 333, p. 824, I <r^> < * ' N. 703 ...... . setcher (?) <ffî, B.D. ib, 19, bier(?) Digitized by Microsoft ®
p s [ 719] S P setcherit sickness, pros- Setcherit fl Bî n^f^, (1 B« <p==5j , the rest festival. setcherit flB^jö, 0 B o ^ Ö fl B* o ^ ° sleeping draught, ' 'in' <zr> ' ' ö ' drugged beer. Setchriu fl^fjfJHJlïi. A-z- 1900, 21, the sleeping gods. Setcherur fl J^ ^ |g j^, ^ 380, setcheh P^Jl.p^J^l.the shin bone; dual 0^^=33, P^f^S^- setcheh [1 ^ J 7^, u. 542, T. 297, P. 226, a mythological serpent. s-tcheser P"^|)«=». (1^. |^§ IV, 834, A_2^» t0 beautify, to make grand or splendid, to promote to high rank ; caus. setcheseru H v~^ % j] ', splendid « magnificent things. s-tcheser s-tcheser fl ^*^ H ^=*^ x S-JT to complete, to beautify. S-tchet H"1-^^, R "^^jS, Amen. 11, 14, M^"^ (I ^ {&, to tell, to narrate, to describe, to speak ; caus. ; Copt. CQ&.XC setcheti H narrator, story teller. setchetu |1^. P^^^j, I ^"^ Qb 1, Anastasi I, 26, "3, speech, stories, narratives, tales, descriptions, precepts, sayings. setchet-t [1 "^ & o , [1^ ^ *&, Àmen. 14, 14, narrative, story. Setchet R "^ ctd , hall, chamber. setohetha fl^^f ^f, Rev., to jest; see |l|(j(j||;. Digitized by Microsoft ®
720 SH SH r~^~i sh do = Heb. ttj, Copt. cy. r^v-i Sha, She i , A.Z. 45, 129, estate, field. r^v-i ■ » ■ , , r-rc-i do do do jW- SÜa 1 ' I ' I V I s'si'sfl ' . lake, pool, £-\ I Q I /WW\A Ci I AvWvAA cistern, tank, ornamental water in a garden, , P. 830, N. 773; Copt. ttJHL trough, laver; plur 'H sha äa H c IV, T047, a large water garden. SUa-tAsàr™^,^^, lake of Osiris, a name of the Fayyûm. ShaenAsàr w^ r]^|,B.D. T22,6, lake of Osiris (the Fayyûm). Sha uäb , t=t f 1 ^am } rvn f (1) basin of purification; (2) r^nf A iwww a name of the lake of the temple of Den- n I \V I avWvaa /WW\A /WW\A .. 00'^^/-^ ^^ a name of Lake derah; (3) <wW 1 , Sha-t ur-t m ^ », a P«t of the o I <z=>o © Fayyûm. ,„ . _+ „□ ° DOD o a kind of sha-t pet r^v-1 , , . ^ ^^p=q' Ck F=q incense. Shattpet ™D ° ©,T. 175, 279, M. 28, 65, 156, ™°J!, P. 60, N. 86, no, DO D <=> , a title of Nut. DO 1 A 1 I s l e"-^ P. 1116B, All! sha qäh 30, tanks in which fish were kept ready for eating. Shatesui(?) m^s the Oasis of Khârgah (?) ', a lake in Sha Asbiu I H ^PJIflW B.D. 63B, 2, the lake of Fire in the Tu at Digitized by Sha Ag'eb K\ 55 11 ^^ w b.d. I SX Jï£^ -se /wvw\ 111 189, 11, the lake of Ageb, i.e., the celestial sea. Sha Aaru *£>. 1 f m ^-* _tf P.637,-()^_^fff,N. •379,C7'I)^<=J1^t5tS['^,M.si5, the lake of Reeds in the Other World. Sha àqer ^^ (j ^ |, B.D. 172, 40, lake of Perfection, a lake wherein the righteous bathed. Shaur DO , B.D. 117,3, /WW\A /WW\A , /WW\A I ^ I ft/VNAAA V* a large lake in the Tuat; a^vw O I /wvw\ <: - /WW\A I (3 ftAAAftA I Rhind Pap. note 42, the great lake of Khensu. -Sha Maäti ™S^\ßß ®. ß-D- 17, 51, lake of Truth, a lake in the Tuat DO Sha em mâfk-t H III !> 11 B.D. 39, 19, the lakes of Turquoise in the Tuat. ShaenAmu™^^^(| , B.D. 98, 6, lake of Fire in the Tuat Sha en ânkh ' ' ^am ■£ n. 762, Tuat IV, lake of Life, a lake '. ' in the Tuat. I \> Vï Sha en maât Da ^am 54, "lake of Truth." ss 2^1 o I Sha en maätiu Da ^am Hl 0 \\ B.D. 168, lake of the Speakers of the truth , Peasant !, Sha en määt ^^ /WW\A I >rm , Berg. II, 395» "*» a lake in the Tuat Sha en Heru rm H I , B.D. 17, 46, , the lake of Horus in the Tuat Microsoft ®
na SH [• 721 ] SH nn Sha en hesmen an /wwv> y i m o /WW\A & o' the Tuat /WWAA y | *AA/W\ ° III' the lake of Natron in Sha ent hetche-t . _, Hi Û i0' 145, 36, lake of Light in the Tuat. Sha en Kha cs=1/^aa* B.D. H =r, Rec. 27, 223, the name of a lake in the Tuat ; see l 1 a N. 966, a Sha en khebentiu :£^=£>U- 576. 1, B.D. 130, ro, lake of the Wicked. Sha en Sab 1 /ww* tw\ 26, 233, the lake of the Jackal in the Tuat. Sha sab ™ ^ ^, Rec 26, 233, 1k \i -L-- the lake of the Jackal BJ *™' in the Tuat. i 1 Sha en s-hetep w* H I n=*=,B.D. 96-97, 7, lake of Propitiation. Sha en setchet /W\AftA I /] , B.D. (Nebseni) 17, 41, a lake of Fire in the Tuat. Sha en qebh oa ^^ a M N. 762, the lake of Cold Water in the Tuat. 0, ,T -r-K-1 ÖÖÖ ftAAAftA Sha Nu ™™ I 3S 1» >1 ftAAAftA ™&™ Jn , the Celestial ocean. /VA/VAAA r^v-i /VA/VAAA SO E I Sha Nesàsà (Sha en Sàsà?) MPI|li«.~-PI|PI|IH *—^ M , a lake of Fire in the Tuat; varr, Sha Neserser . 71, iS, a U Shaneter T rzszi B.D. 71, iS, a lake of Fire in the Tuat; varr. 1 w 1 a A û 1 v\ 1 (|f|e. C30 pool of the God in the Tuat. , B.D. 172, 42, the Sha Hi aa 8 hh ^, t. 378, I All A/WWA I , N. 625, a lake in the Tuat. Sha heru the Celestial beings. <^> * 1 1 1 , the lake of Sha heh ^^^ ! B'D'I31' I0'the lake * * I n 2i 11 ' of a million years. years. , B.D. no, 6, Sha Hetep Da=^= s l o D the lake of the god Hetep. B.D. 149, II, 6, the lake where the kharu geese lived in the Tuat. Sha Sharu (?) a lake in the Tuat. Sha Tat-tâ ^«^^J () ©, U. 481, i^è\ A (1, N". 144, a lake in the fuat. Sha Tcheser-t ^^ ! ^T) ^ ^'the lakes of the goddess Tchesert in the Tuat Sha(?) , phallus (?) (e=S) Sha (?) 00 ^, B.D. 98, 8, lacuna (?) sha-t rvn l 0 1 © c I = I, r-~-i, 1 a r 1 1 1 o I l, things. sha-t (?) [TjTjî^]« hundred; usually written @; Copt, eye, cy°T- The reading shent has been proposed (A.Z. 1898, 138); p (a @ @ , two hundred; Copt cyHT ; o, U. 516, T. 327, hundreds. Sha-t (?) [iimn]» 100-thread stuff. sha cp^v UM, p. 44o, WÛ, M. 656, îtîlî , garden, meadow, estate, plain. sha, shaut ftlfl i&, Mil ^ ?5. Illll P.S.B» 13; 411, flowering shrubj flower, a vine Digitized by Microsoft <b) \ z
SH [722] SH r^rc-i in blossom ; plur. ^j] ^ I, IV, i167, ^j] ^[,AnastasiI,25,3,IV,772; M^^> iM^!)!)0^ I»flowers in genera1'the plants in a garden, garden ; Copt. OjegHOT. shau^Q,1^ 3,-, "o, melon sha ^J % ^5, Hh. 437, reeds. wine, drink. Sha îîîlî, a fabulous animal like a greyhound with a straight tail in the form of an axe. Sha-t hThq, Metternich Stele 86, a mythological animal, parent of Menu. Sha M \M. M \ ^ > a kind of dog; plur. M^^. sha-t £jft| ^7, bitch. sha,shaà M^^, M^^> 1 ; Copt. eçtjOO. Shau I^î^%/<=a || !, Peasant B 2, 138, pig; M- 4 Î O' MetterniCwhilfso8w Shaà ^\I\*SX> BD-36,ffit"^ i^dlx^ B.D. H2, 5, the black pig H ^™ J^ LLl' of Set speared by Horus. Sha-t ^^ JL, ffit"^ JL.claw of a bird, talon, a measure ; îtîîî ^K\f <__JLi <-=>, great span = 3^ palms (14 fingers); tïfoî „JL "^è6» little span = 3 palms (12 fingers) Sha-ti JL*-™* Sphinx I, 257. sha-t J^| *^^> Part of the body of an J^ ^T' ofadog. animal; Sha-t rm N. 70 , U. 582, body; ft»—=> o , M. 59 %%\T.* r sha-t r^v-i •m ,p. 89. ^ P. 477, N. 1265, j****" ' emissions of the body. sha pet □□ ^ DC* u- 6°9' storm> sha r^rc-i ■1 tempest. ^, to read, to proclaim ; Copt. UXy. shaa oszi^\ V^, t0 steer, to sail a boat. sha,shai]^i|,]^%^ ,Thes.i285, Mil ,m I, to fix, to appoint, to decide, to determine, to destine, to predestinate, to allot, to design, to decree, to ordain, to commission, to authorize. sha-t Mi! . m Ck I =11 .ma Amherst Pap. 26, T»T»T ° , BM°> A'Z- 45» I25, something w ' ' decreed or ordained by God, what is ordained by man or fixed by custom, what is seemly or fitting, dues, revenue, taxes, impost. shau |Ü£ ^ |, A.Z. 1874, 87, |flg ^ ,1V, IIl6>M^!]!]^flj> what is de- creed or ordered or ordained, fate, destiny. profit, benefit. shai Mi! shait Mi! Rev., use, utility, worth ; Copt, cy<*-**-• , Rec. 3, 44, Mi! 3 I I I j, A.Z. 1905,28, 39>KM », IV, 530, îitït - il ! - tax' imP°st' Produce !, of a country. shaiu M ^ !)!) ^ I j > RS-B- IO> 42, dues, revenues, treasures. sha 122 shaà £££ I) c^o a kind of bread,.loaves, 111' feod in general. Rev. 13, 107, book, writing, ' document. Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [.723 ] SH nn Shaà ^^(j *, Westcar Pap. 12, 17, estate, garden, orchard, grove. ShaâU ^ ^ (j ^ Ö , wine, drink. shaàuM^fjco^A.Z. I9boo,ds3?, shaàs M^!) f1^' UM!) f1^. travel, to journey. Shaàsiu JJ| ^ (] |1 ^ |, goings, goers. Shaàs J&J ^ (] H v^-, wicket-gate (?) shaâ (sha) £^^7, Rev. n, 125, J^ ^^, Rec. 21, 77, M^> HÜ—"> I^J^ , up to, as far as, until ; -ç=^1ïM , IV, 647, <z> îjfiî , as far as ; Copt. CtJA.. /VA/VAAA shaâ-t 1ÏÎÏT vi ° J°ur- As- I9°8' 979' snaa t^u^, until. Copt> ^^ shaâut (sha-t) 1ïfot „.(?).n !, until; Copt. cy<LTe. shaâ îïM ^7, Rev. 13, 8 = cy<L; of use and wont, e.g., ClJ£.qCUrrZJL. shaâ, shaàâ (shâ) T^î 0, foîtî"^ AIAh 1 1 1 Q /VA/VAAA t ® ' >BMi] Q, to begin ;fcU Rev. r5> 3S, the source of life. Shaâit |4î^, ^, the goddess of primeval matter—a form of Hathor. shaâà-mes ^| ^ Q @ ^ ^ yi» Rev- 14, 7, firstborn ; Copt. CtJ^LJULICe. shaâ, shaä-t BH^ ZZ!» SuPP. 1223, ÏÏÎÏÎ ^\ ° Rec" 33' 32' warehouse> store- ■^^ .Äon' house, granary. shaâ (shâ) jYlït ^7 irrrm .MÛ , Rev. 12, 79, sand; Copt CIJU3. shaâ Tiîjî L«^ , to smite, to conquer. shaâi fifit' G t-fl slaughter, slayer. shaäit (shäiti) ÜhT%—°HH\\L-ZI' ^ Ik 11 \\ j!*' blow'stroke' ilIIuck^?) shaâ ^2 shaâi T^î ^7 ^ Mar. Kam. 55, 75» beggar. Rev. ii, 149, something written. Shaâi Hi! jg^—fl()(]mifl, 7MM j), Rev. 11, 183; see Shai. ^7 shaäim T^î ^7 Rev. 13, 20, stable. A . o shaäikh £&2 ^7 \\\\ O 2y3 m' Rev- I4> 17, dust; Copt. CtJoeiïï- shaäber(?) I&î^2^, Rev. n, 133, outside ; Copt. cy<L&oX. shaäm T»T»Î ^7 f\ , Rev. n, 182, to desire ; var. Jftfi ^\ c=z ^ ; Copt. cyeJULGI. shaämtuf TiTtî ^7 t\ ^ *^, Rev. 12, 14, 13, 21 = Copt. çy£.rrreq. shaâr tïfoî Q\>,tooth; Copt <xj<lX(?) Shaâr J&J ^ r>ân> Jour. As. 1908, 255, to bargain, to haggle ; Copt. ep:tJ<L<Lp. shaâr fc^^X <E^*^, Mar. Kam. 54, \\ 42, N\ $> Mû IklIZ^^ $>to vow'to promise, to boast. Shaâr T»T»T lfc\ ^^ c-zi, Amherst Pap. \\ «»-=> door, gate, prison ; _.c=~ ^-^ Heb. "Cm?. =8, T»T»T shaärki Mit yj w Vo.Rev. 12, 118, drought; compare Arab. j-S>. shaàs TfT*T 1$\ _ O, Sm>vreck 163, a product of the enchanted island. shaäsha JjJ| ^71^| Ï, Rev. 12,17, rail, railing ; Copt. ^VOOj. Digitized by Microsoft ® 2 z 2
SH [ 724 ] SH HK~I shaàsha ^4Î UM ^ » Rec- 33,J 2°> reverence, respect. shaäshaä Ißß,*^IM^, Iiltl^^ ffiî ^ ^'Rec*33'x 2°'T38' MM^KM^7 J] I .2 Rev. 13, 29, boast, glory, fame, renown ; ll| El' Copt. cyoTcyoT. shaäshaä |^| \7 ^ftj ^7 3 to winnow ; Copt. CtJOJCtJ e &oX. shaäshaä ^j^J Q ÜI 1 w» Rev- .w Rec. 3, 38, terrace, walk with trees planted by the side. £^j, Israel Stele 8, ., Rec. 21, 95, shai titiî a man's fate, his fortune and allotted span of life. shai ban M \ (|y j (j £, Israel Stele 8, ill luck. shai nefer ^ (j(j ^ J |, good luck. Shait M^fj!) - ^, Treaty 10, Jffi[ evil destiny, a blow of fate. Shai ItM^(|(| jj.Anien. si, 16, A.Z. 1873,138, Todt. (Leps.), pi. 50, ftlfl .ma B.M. 32, 411, Jour. As. Sér. X, 9, 434, 460, 473» 491. 5°8» 552> ßerg. 73» the god Luck or Fate or Destiny who reckons the days (TJP1LPPP2)«"»- Shait ^ , Amen. 9, 11, 1, Hh. 330, the goddess Fate. Litanie 37, a dog-god. Shai |tfj! ^ (j(j tf ^j, Tomb of Seti I, one of the 73 forms of.Rä (No. 37). Shai ]M !)!) vm, a benevolent se*e£ Shai TVftî (](] W,' Lanzone 129, a crocodile-god who ate the hearts of the dead. shai Mi! .. - Rec. 12, 98, a o m' kind of seed. shaii |^2 (j(j (g [j (j .A, well, fountain, tank, cistern ; Copt. CtJHI. Shau 1=]% ^k, P. 38, M. 48 = *— Û ^b, T. 286, to injure (?) shau rvn <fc\ "v\ ^\, in the name shau T»T»T Igv Q , to be hot, to burn, fire. shau Miî^ ûûo, Rev. 13,25, D nv-i o. Rev. 12, 118, dry, parched ; Copt, cyooxe shaut KMçQ 0 Rev. 14, 12, dry- Ill' ness. 121 Shau M^^©. RD- Mi-142, Q ÄI 142, III, 15, a city with ' the special cult of Osiris. >m shau ljE[e^, Rev. 13,6, Rec. 16, 69, Uflg I Qf, Jour. As. 1908, 283, to glorify oneself, to boast oneself over someone or something ; Copt. CtJOY, CtJOYCtJOY. Shau KM ^^|,-Amen. 12, 4, JtfjJ ^. MM HÛ^M ^ 1. .Iffil'^O.Ifla'îLo.tobetf \ Theban , most value, property, stuff, possessions, goods, something which is of worth or value, something useful, advantage, benefit; fr»î*t <sk *3 OstrakaNo.2;fiîtî'^ valuable of all. Shau M ^ ^ |. Rec- 36, 53, M ^Ojî), P-S.B. 15, 35, ?A ?TOn = the god of prosperity and of . ' good luck and good fortune. Digitized by Microsoft ®
nn SH [725] SH nn shau (?) O S, abode, dwelling. shau-t UÜ^^ ^j3»p- 414, M. 593, N. 1198, garden, park. Shau TtT«T ^ ^, excrement. sha Jtffi ^\ -^-, a disease of the eye. shauti (shuti) JffiJ©^«"»-!]!, Rev. w 11, 174, the two plumes of a crown III parts of the magical boat. shau HH^^,^» Rec- 30, 66, ts of the magical boat. shauaà Jtfüf) (jeîjj, leather ^ip, shauaaMf](j^slabofsato^ü0er shauabu ÎÈl&fl'kJeQ. the melon plant ; plur. Ttttt"^ -f\ ^ J ^ -§r|, I-ove Songs 3, -3, M^f)^ shauab-t M^f]^Joi- melons (?) the figs of the persea tree (?) shauabti M^fl^J:J. tjftî Jp ! J1 1 , a 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. JtfjJ J ^ J ; see %na J ^ |. shauabti ]££ ^j J~ Q, iv, 733, A.Z. 34, 166, ^J ff) J \\ Ö1 Pot> vessel> vase, jar. \\ 1 1 1 1 , Rec. shauar^-^f]^ 19, 96, part of a shrine. shauâ M ^ ^ ^ c=^' writins> document, letter, book ; see o 01 shaubu M]^J^f|> flame> fire; compare Heb. l^lüj Tob xviii, 5. Shab-t Mit !U,A-Z- 1905. 5. daily ser- M^ v^obligation^ Shab(?) lïfrî j^. HerusâtefStele 15. tribe ; compare Eth. jVf)ft : Shab-t ^^J^_p,P.373,N. 1149, B.D. ed. Nav. 172, 28, Jgg ^ J \J[, Rec. 31» 25, Jj&l jj^ J ^, water melon (?); plur. IV, 1194, M \ J l)"f °; Copt cycoße. Shab-t IlM^ J ©dried melon plants, shabarth £^| J "î?^ _ÄÄ, stream, flow of water ; Heb. n|?2ttj. shabu M \J ^2gû,2gS2g2, altars laden with food offerings. shabu M^ J^^' t0 shorten sail, to furl a sail." ^Jß, to strike, to M shabu M}\ smite, to hew stones. shabuiH^J^X^aa worked stone, masonry. shabu M^JeJ. MJM a funereal figure; varr. M^f] ^. J"f ShabU $£^ J^ f||, a fire-god; see Ashbu. shabn Jffi[ J Ö 1, Rev. 12, 87, 1ïM J a/s/wva /] p ^ junction, union, accord, unison^ 4 21' Copt, cyiorcß. Shabt HI J^, Jour- As. 1908, 255, staff, stick ; see jj|t| J\ J ^^. shabti^ij- Mj:|.m^ 223
DD SH OD shabt-t M^ J^' Rea T> 48> Love Songs 2, 3>M^ J^^'^lk |(ac=>, staff, stick, rod, bâton, walking-stick; ^7,Amen.l5,.,M'kJ^^i. Saluer I, 6, s, 6; Heb. B3ffi, Copt. çg&tDT, Syr. ri, ■>.*■ [ 726 ] SH shamit M^^fjfj cleansing; var. lïftt/gXQ(JÜ Ö- shamu M^^^T; 1 I I @ w shapu|M^°|r,A-'-i^c3: Shapu-neter-àr-t-ka TtTtî \^ d 1 <2>-| j & B.D. 163, ii, name of one of "^ I 5Ü ' the two Utchats of Râ. Shapsh TtTtî D ÏÏfrT f, Rev. u, 171, fore, arm ; Copt. cyooïicy. shaf^^^f|,t0burnuP^; sbafi ÛM^^T^''t0 be arw< t0 act as an enemy, to swell (of a boil), swelling ; Copt, çy^qe. Shafit IjEt^^, Jour. As. 1908, 294, Sj o, wickedness, sin, want ; Copt. UJ^qT" ; Amhar. fr^, sham M^J^^*^> BD- '30, 10, to be foul or dirty. sham' îïfïî' ">—fl to wash out L-fl ' clothes (?) sham' T»T»T L Anastasi IV sham'-t TtTtt Anastasi IV, n,'8, V, 6, i, Sallier I, 9, to desire (?) 0 a wooden j-^' bar or tool. «bandit (?) M^l^l^' kind of seed used in medicine; ttîiî \\ Ö an infusion of the same. 11 Sham-bar |âl^^j g ^ & Anastasi III, Rev. 6, 7, a proper name ; I Si' according lo Alt K. 850= .^y^Çj. /WWSA t fulling, Peasant I" III' 279, dirty clothes to be washed. shamu ^ ^^ ^ I ■A> Thes- 1203, to traverse. Shamu TtTtt/ys t\ Ö , a kind of drink. 111 Shames-t TVftî ^V H fl Xjj, an ear of corn; plur. M\Ï^\^' M\ «Ogjulc. shamsh Iflfl ^ Iflfl T^3, Rev. 13,30 = n I, to serve. shanash Jm \^ ^ , Rec. 3,33 = <w\AftA Ö ^a to stink. nn 2i /W\A/\A p-\^ ~| shansh M ^ ^ . ÎÛÎ 1 >¥n^ M, 000 ■ ftAAAAA _ matter; Copt. äJHOcy. ftAAAftA ftAAAftA Q ftAAAftA ( foul or stinking I N\ I ftAAAftA III shanu T»T»Î shanr |tf£ shanr |tf£ '133, bristle, wool (?) shanrefi TJjt öe Gen. Epist. 64 * <=$< to rub off, to 1 1 iD' mi 1 rub away. ^> AZ- l87i» ^> 111 I \\ Anastasi I, 24, 1, the bristling of the hair through fright. sharr fiftf _Sä -Sä IflÜ m~ } ! Sr ' J°un As* I9°8' 25°> KM 1 _Sä U I iri ^^ , Rev. 13, 30, -Sä _Sä ..WM _Sä -Sä -Sä _Sä of, to 0 pray, prayer; Copt. CLjXhX, sharram tïfoî _sä ^è\ _Sä ^ .Sä "^ .Sä ^ (|, Rev, 14, 10, in- -t■ w flammation of the eyes. Vîgiiizëa'by Microsoft ®
r-rç-1 SH [727] SH rn sharri m^ ÛÛ T 4k> ^ I2' "4' ■^^.SäHH Ji JW lamentation. sharitâ-t IlM^^II) *□, M =>"25û"ll(l ° - Anastasi *' 23> 3, 24i 3» \\ | ils |.' gulf, precipice, chasm. sharrur Hfl-f^ fj j $fc, Rev. '.Sä.Sä U I i4, i5, joy; Copt. çyXoxX<U. sharef ^ ^ ^, ^ ^ ^, Rev. n, 134, 140, to injure; Copt. cyXoq. sharfi (?) ÛM ^ Jl, ^ ^> Ana*- tasi I, 10, 3, ruffled, dishevelled. sharm ^^j^L-j, III, 8, |tfg 0, to be unused (of weapons). sharm' ftfiT 1,78,11, Mit Harris ful, to be unoccupied, idle, to be free to do what one pleases. sharm' BSV , flj[, Thes. 1204, , Rougé I.H. II, 125, ft, Harris I, 42, 7, të&\fÈ^\' mk§^l' t0 greet, to salute, to offer salutations, to salaam, to sue for mercy ; compare the meanings of the Heb. Jrhw> charma Iffil VTÜÜÜl'tolk ' ^jj 1, Israel Stele 26, peace, content ; Heb. D^tf, Arab. ^uD sharm'tâ Üfk^im Anastasi I, i7> 5> M^,T=.l 1 ^^T^I^'ame-ll0cuiaS: sharmatàÉsH^^l^llfl, tribute; Heb. HttW. sharsh JjfrJ "%\ ^^ § js , to be swift, to hasten; varr. ]j£J >£\ oo \ J\ , csp, O mn A A. sharsha ^ _a* ^| <^, Rev. 12, 48, to dispute, to contend ; Copt. OjepOJI. Sharshar (?) ^ ^ ^ ]£& \ , B.D. 163, 8, the name of an Utchat Sharsharkhet ^"J^Ifil^ ■Q B.D. 163, 11, a name of one of the two Utchats of Rä. Sharshatâkatà httî <^.^&,îïht II—^iy>RD-,65,9,anaAmrnf Shartana, Shartenu |jJ2 ^ j, Mar. Kam. 52,1, B^^ J^ ( I 2-L I ' -LENS A*/W\A I C_l I A/WVW A/WVW Shartina flffl , X"kl$|.» Mediterranean people, Sardinians (?) Shartshaq ^"^J^^Rec. 35,57, the name of a fiend. Shahab ^ ™ 2^3, Berg. I, 35, god of the south wind. He has a lion's head, horns, and two pairs of wings. 1A& shahqarâ fYlYf Anastasi J, 10, 3, a term of abuse. ShakhaI^e|^,R-, «he approach shakhent(?) M^^^> 1>'3'a plant. shas (1 V , to cut, to kill. shasi Jj^fl j\, U. 554,T. 303, IiU Sharhu Mfl\> ReV' I4'5I'iha8nnebn P * • U" «ft Rec. 36 210, M\V ' Digmïeaoy Microsoft ® m ' o -^ 224
CSD SH [ 728 ] SH B.D. 180,32, Metternich Stele 58, tjt+t , I VCJ J\ ,U. 223, B.D. 63n, 4, ]M A JP- SIS» I^èI—"— QQ ^'ReVl "> l86,tOgOrtO travel, to advance, to travel about in general. Shasiu m^Ti'RD,trav5e2ller6s: 8has8^[pp^>N.i72>^t'^pp^> T. 348, to go, to travel, to advance. Shasu m^^^. MÛ} &**' ^è~i^, M"^^'the country of the nomad Semites. \/8s ' Ttt^K V& ' nomad Semites; gfl'JMÄ t^öf!' Copt, cycoc. shasu H^^-^^, Rec. 6, 156, a god of the dead. ears of corn Shasi tjt+t shasha £{ffi[ ^ [j^|, MjIBM ffl°nö>t0 build- \ to tread down, to trample under foot. shasha-tlâl^lâl^^.j shasha M^m'^al.M'^ a tread- ng down. , Rec. 1, 46, ignominious, vile. shasha MiîîïH^l^ Ö, Jour. As. 1908, 275, vase; Copt. cy<LcyOT. shasha ^^M^^.M^ mit, m^iî^t. a iMiri. ffll^. * Pi*-', the seed from the same, beads. shasha-t MitMitll°,Rec'I4'I5'thin? ééméém Um» sown, seed. shashait I*lil3jîiî()() J,iv,ii27)iM T»T»T o O' IV> II23' necklace. Shashaut îïfoî îïfoî o \>$, ornaments for the neck or head. shashait ]££ ]££ J ^, Iflfl jj^I&I ^^?'P^P?'throat'-see™!- Shashaqa M^H^^, **** 21, 13 = Shishak. shashatà-t tïfoî ÎjÎjÎ w ^ 1 I \ ^\ UM IM J^> Rev. 14, 40, l&l liltl _fL>Rev- 2>43> ûMIûl]!«^^,Jour> As. 1908, 312, window; Copt. cyOTCyX. shashat-t H^]^ "% ' Rec 33, 137, window; Copt. çyOTçyT. shaqa^^^^-S-B.^ shaqar Mjî @ w wooden tool or instrument. shaqarqabi imi ^ a o II w , Koller 4, 21, a kind of Sudani fruit (?) shaqiu shaqiq JM A o, rings, earrings. o A Or, to delight in ; var. Shaqu ^'<^~ JJ, Rechnungen 49, a weight = 22 teben and 5 qet ; plur. shaqu m^ A e A° em «»' a wooden decoration in circular form of a pillar, chaplet. shaqu frU^^I^, a leather object; Mit A \> W I IV' 692'leather bands, quivers ■==■ _Zl V. 1 ' or cases made of leather. shak □CD >, P. 369, to bandage = , N. II45- Digitized by Microsoft ®
r-rç-1 SH [729 ] SH rn Shaka - Àmen-Shakanasa B.D. 163, 11, a Nubian god(?) shakaika ^^^1j^ ÛÛ ^=^*^ i ! QP^^)> Rev. 13, 26, passion (?) Shakanasa ÎYfyf \^^=^* \^ ï? J], B.D. 163, 11, a form of Àmen (?) shakarâa(?) T»T»Î w r^ Inscr. Hier. 28, some strong-smelling , ' object (?) Shakarshau 1 .Sä ,L.D. III,2ir,4,TiM titit "£k ^ vA ' ' ' a Mediterranean _Sä tüü j^, 1 2ti [\/\/)' people. shakiki ffit^=^(j(j^=^(j(j fl^fe), Rev., to delight in. shaknen ÎVM .,., .a , Rev. n, 152, to fight, to contend; var. J^ ^ (j(j Ö ^, Rev. 14, 15; Copt. cytfftHH. shaker J^^^féri, Rev. 13, 49, 14, 64, Rec. 30, 115, money, tax, hire, wages ; Copt. cytf-Hp. shaker M^^°, iv, 715, M I o °> IV, 775, >_ff»as , a kind of precious stone, rings, ring money (?) ; Copt. CtJCTOTp, tf"ctJOYp(?) Shakershau US^J^I^j, Mar. Karn. 52, 14, a Mediterranean people. shagar Miît^ S \ \ ftAAAftA ) 1 ftAAAftA Gol. 1, 10, ditch, conduit, grave (?) shagar Miît^ S w -, Mar. Aby. Ill, 54, 4, cage, wicker hamper; compare Heb. -HUD. shagig lililSlId ZSgf, Rev. 12, n3, Digitized by to delight in, to desire. Shagnen ^ S ö ^ ö ^ ^, to quarrel, to fight ; Copt. cyCfrtHH. Shager J^ Q ia° , rings, ring money (?) tax ; Copt. CtjCTOTp. shatabHüiay^,!^ Il A fl T*k * t0 gag» t0 muzzle, to shut up ; In J _tf S—A' Copt.ap-o£(?) shatàbutâ Iffl[^)y«](lS. leather gags (?) shatirtà-tai^^l^.gulf, precipice. ShatbakaiH)^y, 0-0^36 shat IM w ^ , t\> L.D. Ill, 140B, Rec. 31, 24, IV, 387, ^^J^, Siut 15, 1905, 8, oo^g^^g>, to dig, to quarry. shatMjTs.^grz.^; shata IsH^rt^, t0 Stpl'C shatiM^(j(jsf,^meM,re6nO; shatirtà-t îïfoî Anastasi I, 23, i,Ufl ibid. 24, 3, gulf, precipice shathi JJI w Ö, Rev. n, 132, to pour out a libation Shà (?) ^ (] ^, Rev. 14, 35, nose. Shàu oo(] ^\î, U. 553, P. 282, shade, shadow ; see oo I) ^S [. shàS C30 (1 —*—, to run. Shâku nn Q V~^>, U. 29, a kind of cake 1000 r^v-i • symbolic of the teats of Isis (?) ; var. ° , MwfJlbft®
SH [ 730 ] SH shä, shäi aa, u. 136, T. 107, N. 444, Rev. 12, 40, to cut, to slay, to cut down trees, to hollow out a boat. Annales X, 192, to cut, to cut off, to slay. shää L~ü~n V shäi-t rzKzi IV, 761, '~~~J(](]\\ o, a cutting up, section, carnage, massacre, slaughter; see (1(1 ^ shäiut oa(l(l ° , A.Z. 1900, 38>i"q^(| ofjTrT' Missi°n r3,117,1^ TT?»pieces of meat cooked or uncooked. shâ-t (shât?) rzKzi U. 272, , N. 315, 719, 874, _ü^=, rzKzi T. 50, P. 667, 684, N. 995,^^ r~\\ 1 o ^^' rzKzi TT j/5^» knife» butcher's knife, wound, ^» gash ; plur. „a ^, Rec. 31, 17, 31, ,, rzszi S—fl ^^' Shä a, to seek, to ask, to beg. shä-t , Rec. 29, 146, kind of scented wood. Shä J ra, to form, to fashion, to build shä - ' "-■' " barren ground, sandy soil (?) r^v-i r^v-i tZSZ! \> 00° DD I > N. 707, . ,„. 000 o (I) 1 I r-rc—1 o r^v-j i—rc—1 | > \7 o' o ° l' o \> I ' fWl o' \\ ' \\ o 1 ' j Q—ß DO r~rc~ sand; a, a sand offering; c=b£= o HI' B} TJ siris; * ^K| Rec. 4,29,thebedofOs..„, k,1 „ <=>_Zi I o un 1 1' those who are on their sand, /.*., dwellers in the desert ; Copt, cyuu Shall oVW J) 1, Thes. 1296, sand-men, ooo^iu I i.e., dwellers in the desert. shä-t, shäi-t Q,U.,36,^PQ iv, 1137,—oo>, nUUo, r* , bread, bread-cake, sacrificial bread, a mess of boiled grain, food ; plur. r^v-i 111' ^7 , IV, 501 ; see the following : — 1 1 1' Rec. O 1 OO 1 nno .... do ° Donnoi do 3,44,_fl|||,ibid.,^;>_iJl|l|G)ji_J1 000' Sna-t .. a o u , bull cakes ;, o o £p£-, goose cakes ; îsîA.iv.««, shäi-t oa I V\ I ° C® d 0 ftAAA/W white cake. 1 , obelisk cakes ; , cake, loaf; q>' ' ' all III do 0 , Love Songs V, 1, sweet cakes, date cakes. sha-t, shai-t 0 o , u. 585, 0, T. 309» de 3, 5» r^v-i de _ DO C=>q; „ T. 351, _^i , Koller \\ o .'S?™!) fc :, letter, writing; plur. c=>q; 1 v\ 1 Or 1 v\ 1 -f\o Q>^r C3SZI fk ^^ &. Ill' , Anastasi I, , Rec. 21, 8ï, 1 1 1 ' o 1 1 1 J' letters, literature; for o 1 see metcha-t; 111 <g mi fl JT 1 1 1 l v\ I ^ aOy; I v\ j C^>^r 13» 4, , B.D. X41, 1. Shäi-t en sensen 4^: r^rc-i 3SZI I 4»|. 1X1 Digitized by Miutusuu \& ftAAAftA I ^^ ftAAAftA ftAAAftA I Xp 1, " Book of breath- \\ \\ T^ I ' ings"—the title of a funerary work greatly ..esteemedJn the Graeco-Roman Period.
SH [ 731 ] SH Shäi-t ent Tehuti fi\ I \\ J /WWW (* C\ iy. | \\ | /WWW I—» O »T i—I 132, human sacrifices. shä sacrifices. nn -4c A/WWV Book of Thoth. Sphinx III, , Amen. 9, 1 " c~i], Àmen. c Dc^(f) ; plur. , Amen. 8, 6. Oc=££=,<?)l II shâim Shäi-t °a(l/l ° Rec' 35» 204, sanc- n H H 1 1 ' tuary. I 5 n to gnaw, I **—"' to nibble. r^v-i shâit ™û!]1f ^, slaughter; see pot, vessel. Shâfu 53^LJ, |3^, Rec. 8, °R(ö jl/4 Verbum I, X96, to attack, to j4, —u^. ^j fi , fightj to surround> sMmu ™k V-»- Btis shamrekh-t(?)Sr" ',"1 v ' / ^o oo' OjSf^ I), Nastasen Stele 67 Shâr-ur Ü5EÜ ? ^* Denderah m> 9>28, <zz> I <zz>' a serpent-god. Shäsh 0, to split, be opened. 1 v\ 1 shâsh-t ™ û, U. 62 = 53 M, N. 316, knife. shâsh-t^ ° ,Rev* ^' I37' dust; r-rci 000' Copt. cyoeicy. shaq 0 A to shave ; var. rnrc-i 000' uopt. çyo _i] g),P.643,M.68o,_i]( 1V ; Copt QtxxuKe. shâti 3, (?) 0, P.S.B. 13, 438, a measure û \\ Shât 3^, Methen 17, |g>^, Anastasi,I^^^^,^^|, a tk ^^ to cut»to cut °^>to s^ay \ Copt. Digriu.eu oy shät ^Xj, s^^, 1 1 1 Ol tf >>- mnn x*- nq ^_ \ß 1 TT' œ \/ U-fli slaughter, carnage, wounds (?) slaughterers. shä^U ^A^ "^ , Mar. Karn. 52, 20, slayers, slaughterers. Shât E9 % ^ $ B'D- 95» 2, the gods oudv ^^ ■ 1 ■ S>Q * of slaughter. shât st. m„^ , canal ; Copt. cyGT. Shi aoM jj§), infant, child shi cm (jfjißfißn, aoMo, nn(](lO 1Stsm> R-ec« 27, 88, fiend, demon, Shai(?) shi ÄÄÄÄRÄ Rev. 11, 146, basin, lake : /WWW J T J > > 3=1 ' ship oc Mi Copt. cym. Rev., shame, disgrace ; Copt. cyme. place, house, shrine, building. shu (shemm?) ßf|,fi re, heat. PmPl»Pe.PsM°- P @ ü $3 'light'the sun' daylight shuti ßß^®, Rec. 27, 84, light. Shu ß m, U. 241, 00 P ^, U. 185 00 P^i^> U. 415, T. 243, N. 1067, 1381 p^u.425,pi^|,p|^)y PSI. PWMPâ-PVl PMPWIi-00-R—*8> ß û ^ J), Rev- *3> 5» the Air-god, the Sun-god P*\ O /WWW s-\ A/WWV v^ ö 0 ' p* 6o6' Shu and Tefnut ; Gr. Swo-tv. Shu 00 p $, Mar. Aby. I, 44, 45 CTD
cd SH [ 732 ] ^-'PKPVJ-Pol-*- consort of Shu. Sto-tiPP:H'0mbOSlân9dVeS Shu R Tuat VI, a spirit who destroyed Y ' the dead. Shu Re J), Denderah III, 78, a child-god. Shußty.TuatVI, a iackalaheaded Shu oa ß % Jj, Tomb of Seti I, one of SH the 75 forms of Râ (No. 13). Berg. I, 18, a god who assisted the dead. oÇ 112, 2, a ', the god Shuß^|, ShUtt(?) ß^$|, B.D group of goddesses of Mendes. Shu em herit urit (?) ß^v Berg. I, 14, a form of Shu. Shu neb maät ß @ "1 of the ist hour of the day. Shu enti em Aten ß^f^Txf] a title of Rä-Harmakhis. Shu 00^, U. 181, aoß^l11, Rec 31, 12, (JcalZJ, Rec. 27, 84, air, wind; v V ' w*nc* °^ tne ^ody, flatulence. to be dry, arid, hot ; Copt. CtJOOYe, ttJO*3f(J0OT, XttJOTIO. AA/WVA , O ' Pel' Shuiu ße (](] ^, dry, arid; aoß^ Q n § ^1 J % °~—D > u- 46l> parched fields. Shuu ß%%\ dry, hot; Copt. ttJOYie. Shuà ß h (g©, drought', heat. ■ shu.t(s^-pv,jbdb(U, PC-PV-P^MPlT-P^rw P^Ki-PK$i-B-D-"—*« desert land, untilled or unfruitful ground, a dry place ; Copt, ttjooxe. © Shuit Rsflfl °, Anastasi T> *6> 2> Parched ShUU I) m 0 , grains of dry incense. Shu P 1 , A.Z. 1865, 28,'a desert tribe. shut(?)P^||,iv,945,p^!, Digitized by Microsott ® P^~ Vfà i, a class of servants (?) o cli I ShU OO p^, U. 558, P. 282, GD^, P. 615, 683, M. 525,783,^1142, P^q.Pq, Sphinx Stele 8, shade, shadow; plur. oo^\ ^ \\\, P. 683; <jp^ß \2> IV, 655, the shadow had turned; var. [) Y^OO • Shui aoß^v, T. 367, P. 201, 658, 713, M. 765, 788, N. 182, P^^*, ß^^> pe^^,p^(](j^^,tobelacking, wanting, empty; ß^W|!]> A.Z. 1902,93, ß^^ |(j, empty; csziß^k , P. 694, he of the empty hand : plur. U a)w 1, helpless, indigent. Shu-t [ZKZiP^r, T. 199, 200, P. 311, empty, needy; ß^^^zz, without: ß^ 1—t J « "^^Ê-, Metternich Stele 57, faultless; evil; plur. ß ^^, ß o^| j, IV, 62o, wants, needs. ShUU p % % ^*, a man lacking sense, needy man; plur. rnü y Q V' N* 937' P^.P^I^PM^P?. a heartless or stupid man. shui-t oop^(](]o, p. 713, aoß^ (|(1(|-, M. 788,ß@!)(j^, P(? !)!);!, a vain or empty thing; [|"[^ ß ^ ^ "^t' empty years, i.e., years of famine ; Copt. ttjoxerr.
SH [.733 ] shu ß^^, ß^^' 1V' II32' Anastasi J> ^ 6> ß _j^ » ße , , ,> AZ- !9°°> , uninscribed rolls of papyri. û i i i shu, shui aaß^fjl), P. 565, aaß ^(),P.463,ooß!),R464,ß^,ß!l!l|, Rf fi 11 11 Ä Jour* As* I9°8' 259' 3°°' t0 Y h ' Y H H ' rise up, to lift up ; Copt. ttjUM. shuaumß^,M. 54i,ooß^(]^, P. 463, U. 486, nn ß ^> %>> those who lift up. shushu oaß ^oa ß ^,t0 exf^ Shu-t () , heaven, sky. shu P , Rec. 21,85, to unload a ship. shui-t ß ^ Rec. 21, 89, to haggle, to trade as a merchant. ' -w ' business, com- E J\ ' merce» Shuit, Shuiti ß © ÛÛ /\, Rechnung- en 61, o \\ ^ W.ÂI h , merchant; plur. ß ^ (j(j ^^ ^ . I-P* Ci Mar. Aby. I, 8, 84, ß ^ ß^!)!)^, todo business, to "make bazaar." *«tiPKlP^.mach"1u& Shu-t ™ß, T. 44, P. 89, M. 52, N. 37, ßo, U. 621, ™ßl,P- 712, ß^, Drei, Stele9,ß,ße,ß7, ß^ß^'ßi I) ^, feather, hair, foliage, win'g; plur. rvm ßß, P. 173, 710, N. 1353, aoß^0 , N. 940. am shutipß^ße^.pp^.thetwo feathers or temples of Osiris. Shuti nn SH >T.359. nvn N. 685, .363, ™(J(U, N.759, ßß.ß; w pp«.pp;.p:&.p.\J.'PP p:Jm.p:iM.PK&p*ip U yl|l\\> I) H]> a crown ornament con sisting of a pair of feathers; ß Y> lûû> ß >J> Il (1(1 ^'j pinions, feathers. shut ent aptu ß^?\ ^ *G\ D ^5\ Is^ I, goose feathers. shutentbâkPK!rji , hawk's feathers. Shut-ent-bàk p^^j o J!) B.D. 153«, 9, part of the hunting net of the Akeru-gods. Shu-tresti R0^0^, "south father» Y I TWin —a kind of plant. shu-t Tehuti ß ° ^% ^5, "Thoth's feather"—a kind of plant. -"«P^P^PMP«« S.««--_»P^i|i|S.p^S. reeds, herbage in ge'neral. Shu ß^^j, she-ass. S^°°P{.?P'U'3ÄXV(?) X\ AAAAAA . Shu nn1^^, well, lake, cistern, tank. Shua 00 ^) ^, U. 583, N. 1233, oa £\ ^ ^, Rec. 26, 67, csn f] %*, ^fll^Mfl'^^lM' ^ Kam- 37B, 7, na£] ^|^>t0 be "eak> miser- able, wretched, poor, helpless, to beg. Säfl&~flkV*& rn Digitized by Microsoft ®
I. Vlll SH [ 734 ] SH CZSZ3 M£, poor man, beggar, one destitute; plur. ^^, Rec. 16, 59; Copt. cyooxe (?) shuaut oa^jo,U.431,00^^ 1 1 1 111 , T. 246, vile ones. shuab cua ^Tj J Q, Rec. 2, 107, IV, 73, a kind of tree, persea ; Copt, cy&e, cyoxe. Shuâ (shâ) R ^7, to begin. shuâ (shâ) R ^7 (1, Jour. As. 1908,275 =a --/»; tO kill. shuâm (shäm) ß ^7 t\ *^, ß ^7 %ö $L, little; Copt. cyKJUL. shuâr (shâr) ß u $L, R u Ä ^7 Q w ~ to smite, to strike, to be <c=>^-^' smitten ; Copt. cy(JOp. shuärt (shärut) R stripes. ^7 , blows, shui ß e (j (j fi , to illumine. Shui-t P^fjf]^^ Peasant 223, p^0, P^^,P^^,pi(l(l^shade,shadow; Shuib-t P Qf) JJo'^Ubbân Stde 'shadow shuim-t (shim-t) ß (1(1 /==, place, house, building, shrine. Shuih. ß (1(1 ? .A, Sphinx Stele 11 = I A,to travel, to journey. shub ßejö> peJg, pej:, cake, loaves, bread, food. Shllb ß J ^^j Rev. 12, 107, course, shubu, shubi-t (qubu, qubi-t,?) P^JM- P«M- HMI- P J (](]^,Thes. 1206, ßjj^, shade, shadow. shubti p J^f,A'Z- I9°8' II7;hsahdaow Shubbi ß j] il QQ f > shade, shadow. shum p^w^y^ shum kharshere ß t\ ^* ï-2^ /f^' Rev. 12, in, little child; Copt. cyHJUL âPïïnpe. shur [) jg» ^3j, Rev., to gather the grape harvest; Copt. XUôUôXe. Shurp R &, Rev., first ; Copt, cy(jopn, shursh fl<=>jYlVt J Ä, Jour. As. 1908, 248, to contend, to struggle; Copt. ttjepcyi. shebooJ(X), mJ^(X), collar, necklace, pectoral. shebi na J (](] 0, iv, 893, 00 J sheb, shebu □□ J.Q, u. 429, n. 376, Jô^5, T. 245, m J^ô. u- 98a, j ^, U. 98, 00 J \ g, p. 78, j g, M. ,08, 00 J^^, M. nn rzszi nn CMD 705, N. 21, oszi j| y ^ \ Rec. 26, 224, Rec. 33, 29, r-Ts-i 1 1, Metternich Stele 239, J o, IV, 1045, 00 J \^ IV, 1155, 1 ^3i > food offerings, food. nn 1 1 1 , ( v\ ) Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [ 735] SH DG X i J i shebb-t rm jj flC±f=3) Anastasi I, 26, 2, food, provisions. sheb -1 r-rc-i 1 1, rnx-i r^v-i 1 |Y\ , A.Z. 1864, 107, food-offering ; r-Hft—1 J /^^s. > N. 46, a joint of meat; r^rc—1 N u=v, M. 184, a bundle of vegetables (?) a kind of incense ; Copt. cyoOT (?) Sheb rnrc-i |ç> , throat; Copt. ÇtJOY(J0.&e. shebb-t on J J Jç, on J J J, on J J?> throat; Copt. cy&(JO&e. Shebb-en-Mesti 00 j] j] ¥ **"* ^== ") !\!\ Ä B.D. 99, 17, a post in the magical 0 HH iü ' boat. sheb oajj, aojx, aajç^,». r-K-i ] n> ^ ^ -/I, to mix, to prepare drink, to brew; var. 0 JL . shebb 00 J J ; r^v-i JJ L-fl' JJ. , I \\ I JH— JJ^' 1 j , to brew beer, to mix drink. shebsheb □njoajx, Mythe 1, 5, rJarix, aoJanjL-fl, ß & ß & , to mix, to prepare drink, to brew beer; hk~i JJ ddJû.U. 98, N. 377. sheb-t do J ö, m J ~ £, 00 J " =, a kind of drink. -hebMoojj-ö.oojjxö, 1 j Li,a kind of drink. sheb 00 Jx^, 00 J^>x|^> IV> ,to exchange; Copt, çyi&e. Digitized by Microsoft ® nrj . (1 tkr « to change, to exchange; 1078,130Jö \>S*—A> sheb-t r-m »,C30jX" ^il _.' xJ» exchange ; rwnj ^ % r » > IV, 685, changes, rebellions ; Copt. cyeßlU). shebsheb od Jon J x , IV, 1074, to calculate times and seasons. sheb-t(?) °njjf$^37, oojo, clepsydra. /WWW O shebb-t ent gerh od J j]0 ® 8 F=?=;i> change of the night (?) shebut ml6 ^^,Amen- 20> I0> J X 21 speech, answer. shebtiooj^see^ooj-fl. Shebtiu 00 J ö Â !, the gods who assisted in building temples. Sheb HKTl Jr^j> to cut, to slay. sheb m J (| e jM , A'z- I900' ^°»nt0 shebsheb r^aoo, fighting. shebut 00 J o %> £ ^-j-f, IV, 685, rebellious, rebels ; see 1 ) /^5V>. .Joo U JzA sheb ooJ.|, Rec 16, 141, on J"^, 00 J k II^, a tree or plant. shebb-t 00 J jj$j, ^^J, ™ J J \iX, r-rc-i j J o \H, a kind of reed. sheb-t r^n II o (®, P. 660,772, M. 769, the tie of the Green crown, \ o w . sheb-t r-rc—1 û j|, a measure for dates. , sheba oo J"|^<$£^>, U. 295, on J J l^^H' R 672> ™2> I348, a meat offering; plur. JJ |. pieces of meat. r^v-i shebut J^G't0Sh0r,funriÏLn°
r^rc-i SH [ 736 ] SH ftAAAftA X r^v-i r~\\ l JftAAAftA n , oo J Jö, ooJö^||, Anastasi I, 3, 3, Jiwww XXX . to mix together, to be mixed, to alloy ; Copt. cyon&, cyonq. shebenu »*™ 1,1 v, 665, nr-ij 1, r^v-i » üö^Q i, Rev. 6, 26, various, divers, mixed, miscellaneous ; Q Jl I v 1 oo Jjvwa* n 1 X 3 1, disordered apparel. sheben 00 Bob, sacrificial cakes of ^ 1 1 1 various kinds. JftAAA/W | ^ I Q 1 ikQ foi an aromatic substance. shebnu r^r-i J Ö ^ °> a kind of berry or seed; Copt. çy&m. shep ^03 = -=> - ^^, a measure, the palm of the hand = four fingers ; see shesp Shep °a, to become; Copt, cyume. shep ^A^^A10 'flow> t0 D Î D _fl I runout. , (<=ö) * ^. . J I Vf A"wv* ' ' I C± TT ( ftAAAftA I sheput ™f** the flow of the poison. shepi-t ^ 1)1) ^1 ™ ()() ^1wound with a discharge, fistula (?) shepi . r^v 1 1 v\ 1 <3=« 1 w 1 DO' D %*' D D fi ™^fe)>Rev- IT> 135, D (? 1 v\ 1 £ , to be ashamed ; D , Israel Stele 8, w 1 O Pi w 1 ashamed ; Copt, cyme. shep, shepà ™ rê^, Rev. 13, 48, D l) @ r^i, Rec. 12, 109, ™() © rs^rj °, Rev. 13, 41, gift, present, dowry. shepp shep D D , Thes. 943, rich, wealthy. r^crt, basket, a prize of victory-. sheü-t C3a ° oa ! Rev''rewarc* > Copt. D III' D ai' äJ<*-n- shep shepu r^v-i D 2 rzszi D fc*, Rev. 11, 183, light. t^\ © light, radiance, splen- Jrill' dour. shep-t , a bright object. D o shep-t D , blindness, glaucoma. shep -ès&-, u. 319, 608, -<2>-, P. 498, 510, -^-, Rec. 26, 67, 31, 27, Metternich Stele 43, Jci&-, A.Z. 1900, 27, D X blind rzszi D , to be blind, to make ; ^r -^- \A v *l=^, I have ' D f 2r -<2>-lll blinded his eyes. Snepu , the blind, the unseeing. Dili ö Shep-her D D * , a crocodile-god. "? ^ » Rec 31, 30, r^rc-i Shepit Ç>, a form of the goddess Apit f)D ^ D° \\S shep-t Khensu D o !• 1908, 19, the name of an amulet. shepa shepash D O, U. 171 ; var. A.Z. O , Rev. 2, 4 I V\ I *^D, forearm, thigh. Shepi D ■ Tuat VI, a warder of the 5 th Gate. shepen-t □ Ö, d rv a scabby eruption of the skin ; Copt. cy$(JOni. ÖW V shepen-t D , iv, 821, 00 /W\AftA Ü □ , a beer measure. Shepen ^d""^, ^d""^!, a plant used ,. . rzso/vw^A rzsziöo oszio ,T in medicine; D mi, d miii, D o,V, 3, o III /vwwvQlll /vw^vvlll the seed of the same. Shepen-t r|, R 610, a tree. Digitized by Microsoft ®
rvn SH [ 737] SH □ (ML r^n II, to be noble, venerable, holy, honoured ; Jj\ I ^ \ (I, august. Shepses J (1 (1, t0 be honourable or splen- JH I I did, to make splendid. sheps fj^änJL Jl\ I, noble, honourable, venerable, magnificent, glorious, stately, splendid, grand, admirable, august, majestic, sumptuous, gorgeous. shepsu 1 V' P* 63°' n°b1lity> majesty. shepsu, shepsesu jjfl jjv&, J 1\\, Cm 1 3r> ^' ITI^B> IO> nobleman, gentleman, man of wealth and position; plur. U. 501, » T. 320, ao C30 D o o, P. 94, D (1 ^j.Re^o^-ifzg, IV, 1014, the august one in Khemenu (Hermo- polis). shepsit ™ [1 ^o, M. 272,N. 889, ^o, M"&M&'Metternich steie 53' 'J\ f1 Cr? M CN Jf(\ ' honourable lady, gentlewoman, woman of wealth and position, goddess ; plur. shepses j^Pfli. jfl^i.j^P. A.Z. 45, r24, honours, high positions, vsealth, treasures : men of wealth : © III Jn U l' ^.j§PP#f.Leyd-B*i",tJ shepsu (?) ^[l-rf-rf-^5-,N.817, august thrones ; n 1^, ' J' ' a noble throne. Shepsi Jjj |1 \\ Ö , a holy vessel ; J £ , A.Z. 1868, 86, a sacred vase; rfho Q Q. sheps pJç^ , funerary monument or statue. Verbum I, 407, to work in stone. shepses jjfl H, SheDS Jifl 0mbos l> 186-188, one of ^ JK I ' the 14 kau of Rà. Shepsi J Ru, Rec- '7, ' '9. a ram-headed JH I form of Thoth. Shepsu Jpj, 0mbos *> 85'0g^edrisn °/ Sheps Da Tuat VI1' a god with a _S_ ' boomerang. Shepesh , forearm Plur- □ ; Copt, cy coney. on C?V>; -w; snepesn D -+c^, scimitar; see n; D \\ MM A D ' Rev. 12, 49, the scimitar shepesh. , the name of a god. Shepesh p Shepsh-t d ^, A.Z. 1906, 125, d 22, a goddess. shept (?) a kind of fish. shep-t C3, - , „ w D<w O.rd. D o A I 14, 10, 183, 12, shame, ill-will, ill-temper, a Ü e1 shame, disgrace, ignominy; 14, 10, disease ; words of shame. ._ Iraq.*«*o % h h, M. 649, the two gods who eat (?) en. x 'C30 . Shept m r^rc-i shepti (?) go, to depart (?) D o A, r^rc-i <X to 'shept L~D~l%ö, D o 11 A shame, disgrace ; Copt. cynrr. Shef ]2L, Rec. 20, 42, ram. Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 *
SH [ 738 ] SH shef, shefât ™ (] o, L.D. ill, 65a, , strength, I Ck might, power, valour, vigour, energy, force. shefshef-t ^=^, P. 267, ^ ^_ , M. 480, *<=^3£> IV, 701. „ __ aoao__i nnnny ■ power, ight ; T I *^ , whose power is beneficent sheflt ES. m0(U£, lY. 967, w \\ 32.3 I r^rc—1 I r^v-i Q 3S 311, ■^ 1j I ix, 180, strength, might. shefshefiu ™ ™ 35; i Ha:*- Shefi I r^v-i \\ Z. 46, 130, valiant men, courageous. fg", Tuat III, a form of Osiris. Shefiti 3£! 1 — ■ ^ ]j£ \\ 31 r^rc-i I 1 ^ 10 ff\ I, *L=^ -//r, Rec. 32,176, 1' \\ WW' ô ' ' ' \\ J], he of divine strength. Shefut ao • *\> Tuat I, a warder of the gates of the Earth. Shefshefit mm o, p. 267, m r^rc-i , M. 480, N. 1247, a god. Shefit-ha-t ™—^ the four-headed o III c* ' ram-god Khnemu. shef, shefa _^_^, ™0, So, *^- ö > ^_ "Sjjf ç fl» Rev. 11,68, to grasp, to seize; var. *SLti ; Copt. KOOOOqe (?) shefa *l=_ j\ , to attack. shefshef ™™UJ to bring in. ^, shef™S'™^0'™0'toswell; Copt. ajé.qe, ajé.qiux)T. jrui's^Jr 111' © oiu' oo' o oin' rzszi C3, swelling, pustule, tumour. r^rc-i 9 Shef-her "~~ "*", Tuat VI, a god ; fern. ^, B.D. (Saite) 145, 3»- one shefu 00 I V\ I- r^v-i r* r^v-i Ö'V,H' foam, ' froth. shefu s^T VI, a herb. <g 111 Shefshef-t mm°| a seed used in *^ *— o 1 medicine. I V\ I JlfcO Shef[t]bet-t month Tybi (Copt. T~(JO&l). 1 I V> 44, , the god of the snet-t «l=^, *l=^e, district; varr. Ck shefa 00 , Rev. 11, 138, awe. shefen(?) ^L=/), Rec. 29, 150, Shefen SE?^*, Alex. Stele i, 5, a small AAAAAA AAAAAA I I I bird; plur. sheft 4? = , before. shefti rzszi myn ,, Rev. 14, 1, *1ÎL3 ^Cw., Rev- J4> IO> 2I> enemy; var. \\ *J!_; Copt, cy^qxe. sheft »L=^c=>q;) Ci ment, book, list ; plur. shefti S & çy^qxe. sheft , writing, docu- 1 v\ 1 , enemy = O r^v-i (j> X r-rc-i L-/J ; Copt. , Rec. 25> J95> t0 seize, to grasp. Sheft bet-t ™ k? §, the god of the month Tybi (Copt. TOO&e). Digitized by Microsoft ®
i":w~i SH [ 739 ] m shefti-t jgg(](]y^, Rev. u, I32, " , Leyd. Pap. i i i r^rc-i 7, 2, bier, funeral bed. Sheftll ^^Ko^, Peasant 305, *—_ I r , Amen. 27, 9, book, writing, roll, volume, list, magistrate's charge sheet (IV, 1109); plur. r^rc-i r^rc-i 3 1 1 1 shem r-w-i rvri j, Rec. 26, 13. , relative, kin, father-in-law ; Copt. cyOJUl. Shemi-t rnr-i f\ Art© («==0), fem. of preceding ; Copt. OJOOJULe. Shemu <*=»^f\ ^% Rev. 13, 1, little o-e.;^^^^,,^;^™? , Rev. shem-t(?) 14, 13, boon companions. Shem r^v-i t\ ^, Rouge I.H. II, 117 £ a wise man, a skilled tradesman, X' knowing. shemu opf^Äi, ^ PaP; 5» 6> /J w^y£M 1 spells, incantations. shem m &. .a r^v-1 r^rc—1 r^v-i J\ ' J\ J\' J\ , Rec. 27, 88, ' t op /^ j to go, to march, to travel ; Herusàtef Stele 8r, ^P Û -A > Amen. 13, 1, going, goer ; Copt, eye, ttjei. shemm ™$j^$£. to go, to travel. traveller ; plur. gpj.gp^, .133 iii'^T .A 11 l A 1, advancing hosts ; shem-t gp A C3Z3 im SH nn a going; plur. Cjp o 1 a!" shemm-t «53 M- 574> N. 1180, ways, journeys shem ra gp*5^, igp » u. 390, gp 0 ^ i> £j3 §î>! • 4°2> A to set the mouth in motion against someone, to speak evil, to slander. shem ra c^p^v^, iv, 97,, Thes. 1482, slanderer, backbiter. shem her mu cjp Y ^ 1251, to be a confederate or ally of someone, to owe allegiance to someone. -A " to act as pilot or guide. -A ■ W . I I 1 AAAAAA 'WWA, Thes. shem ta gp E shem-t âanra gp \\ mna GoI. 6, 14, Alt K. 848, a kind of =>io^3)' bread, cake. ™ "=" ' L-fl a kin^f 7\ ©o » o »' incense. Shem Râ (He-t Shem-Rà) Palermo Stele, a building. shem ra khet c?a S 1 1 1 —z shem reth gp , the name of a serpent amulet shemu <53^ = ^, P. ,04, gp WWA( N. I TOO, I loi AAAAAA shemut(?) ^fj !, iv, 839 shemi-t ^^(jl)^^—^ Shemti *=jp ^== A J) , Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75' forms of Rä (No. 72). Shemti oa$^. T^^to»., Tuat IX, a serpent with four, heads at each end of his body and eight pairs of legs. shemm^(|,oo^f|, A.Z. 1906, 29, 00 t\ % (1 , to be hot; varr. r^rc-i Digitized by Microsoft ® kMandekk1 3 A 2
rvn SH [740] SH r^v-i r~\\ l shemm 0=^$^. §|i(|, l^Mj|'Amen-4,I7,5,IS'6,\ ii, 13, ßßßll, to be or become hot, hot; Copt. ^JULOJUL, Heb. DDP!, Syr. «^j,, Arab. r^ shemm-t a-^TT , A.Z. 1906, 122, heat, fire, flame, fever; plur. shemm-t 00 t^t^ O, do do 03 1 some hot, strong- /"* ' L-^_l J^ _M* ' u i ' smelling substance shemshem-t do!\ do U. 640, do^do|n^, m^ ^dodoo 111 do , sesame seed ; Copt. ceJULCHiUL, Arab. (tMJ^M) shemshem hot wind, sirocco. Shem rnx-i K\ ^_, demon, foe shemm the summer inundation V , to inundate, shem, shemu /WWW • /WWW \£J • L.D. III, ' /WWW ' /WW/W ' ' /WWW /WWW nna do D r-rc-i I4<DB' îwW^/V ^==* KeC- 3°, rÖ3, ;WWW WWW \JJ I /WWW »' Sïo' A-Z- I9°6' I28' ^l^J©' Jour. As. 1908, 290, the season of summer ; ^\ summer; Copt. cycJUJUl. It began soon after July 19 and ended about November 15 ; its four months were : r- . /w&0= Pactions. 3. ,w\a ©=Epiphi. I /WW ^ 111 /W/W " " I /WW I I I /WW I /WWW O, -rap. 3024, 06, days of I I /www » zw« © = Payni. 4. r-w-i £j$A O = Mesore. /WW Shemu SÄÄRÄ^ Ombos I, 90, the god of Summer ; Copt, cyuujm. shemu /WWW / •" , Israel Stele 2 c. Rev. 6. AAAAAa III *J ' * /w^»a 1 I I 26, 13, 217, ,wvwa /WWW , Rechnungen 74, /WWW AA/AAA /WWW ,' • /WWW /WWW. ' /WWW /WWW /WWW , *ww\a jvj/ > ^^^ #wwÄ -^ Www r^v-i ,.□ r^v-iT=r r-rç-i „□ /WWW ,' , > /WWW O .' /WWW „Rf. ' / rs rs rs /WWVA i i i AAAAAA \^ ^ ^ £ \^ \^ \^ /W/WW III /WWW /WWW -WWW ^ ^^ ' /WWW vn -www "^^ j Âmen. /www I I I , Pap. 3024, 69, ^Ebo IV, 499, P. iii6b, 19, r^v-i Amen. 6, 9, r^rc—1 V\ i9,4,CE]^(|e^, Rev. 14,51,01 « © , Rev. 14, 46, the harvest; Copt. cyuuJUl. r-ft~i r-rç—1 _/u. do shem-t -JU.' house, shrine Shemm-t rm r^xT-i I l l »n'an n> ,Rev. 13, 20, , stable, stud farm; plur. IXC Rev. 6, 26, chief of the stud farm. shemshem do <§. Amherst Pap. 48, room (?) chamber (?) 1=50^0 M. 216, N. 586, to pray, shma J? to make a vow. shma ™ a, T. 55, to go. shma rvn r-rc-i rm foreigner, stranger; plur. Siimau / VC\ , used in a bad sense, devils, demons ; Copt. cyjùuuLo. enemy, demon, shmai is: © destroyer. rn shma r-xxijS^Hp, _Jp %ô, ^ ^^, demon, evil spirit; plur-/^j 77"^»Rec-s1**0- Shma (shmai) ^ " fighter "-a title v ' H of Horus: Shma °zr$ the sod of the 25th day of —>}\ ' the month. Shmait-àakhu C^lû^^ '"> Tuât IX, a singing-goddess. Shmaàu-mer ^^^S^. Ombos II, 134, a mythological being. shmau DO (?)" t> < -, Rec. 30,67, Digitized by Microsoft ®
rxi SH [741] SH rxi ß , to be hot. shmamu ^^^/f, ^^ ^\"H^^, Rec. 3, 2, stranger, foreigner, rxi !> r^v-i demon ; plur. / |> IV» 39, I Rec. 15, 178, nomad ruffians, barbarians; ! ' Copt. cyjÙlJUlO. shmam _> äj^JO7^ Ebers 92, 3, to vow, to offer up, to pray. shmam ^ rzszi k*ft 5kk**' 5k I J , a plant. shmä / .A, to go, to travel = r-rv-i j\, Copt. JULoocye. shmä ^^J(=oo^J, A.Z. 1907, 9, Champollion, Notices I, 649), ^1-û 1, ^1-0 |M, -^1,1' W> W 1' "^©' W @> "^©' ^1^' ^7^' ^77^®' h °^3HHE, -^^3EEE, ^7^®' the South, the country of the South, i.e., Upper Egypt; ^^sbe ^j^^©, -^ North, i.e., Upper and Lower Egypt. Shmäit -=Xc ^ fl, Ani 20, 10, one of the uraei on the brow of Râ. Shmäit $>lfo, the goddess oMhe Shmâu -^0—o\^, A.Z. 1910, 128, gods of the South. Shmä ^/;^, B.D. 169, 9, ^ jQ, grain of the South. Shmä ^X-fl ° , stone of the South, emerald shmä-t -^J g, bandlet made of a special kind of linen; *i* T l| , A.Z. 1907, 20, Ml Shmâ-t -1^ °,(S[, a plant. shmäit ~Jji (](] |<=^, Rev. 14, 9, Jrf (1(1 ] , Rev. 15, 17, books of the South. 11 Uo III shma-s *k—üp.^p^.^rT £ [1, Sphinx Stele 10, ^ — , -^ fl, -4^/[ A fl Sphinx Stele 10, the crown © V 'Vi' of the South. Shmâi ^ <§>, -^<4g, -^ M' 4" Q£, to sing, to play a musical instrument, singer, player ; j |, musician; iL fl 1, musicians. shmâi-t ^J]0(](]^, Rec 16,70, ^ °£T Y 1 ' T 1 £T ¥ a ^ ^g> singing woman; plur. -^ü ^ + <WÄli4YÄll-i<:i \Ä f) j Rec. 29, 166, singers male and female, 2121 1 ' choir. ■*-a?tf& k^"1> Jour. As. 1908, 263, 266, ^^ 0 ^ ^, Rev. 14, 15, to destroy, to ruin, to overthrow, to undo, corrupt, perverse ; Copt. (ToOJUie. Shmentheth □□ ^,s==3 JL » T^t IV, a goddess in the Tuat. shemer n^D<==^, Rev. = çyjuùuLo (?) stranger, foreigner shemer-t ^ a, Rouge, 1 1 1 I.H. II, 115, bow; plur. 1 i=> I I aa^=>F==q, "bow of heaven" (Tuat X) on which Set and Horusstand; Copt. Xe&eX(?) Shemer-t _ 1 , Ombos I, 143, the divine bow which destroyed the king's foes. Digitized by Microsoft ® 3x3
SH [ 742 ] SH Sbemer-thi rvn w ,TuatX, a bow- god and bow-goddess. • shems [=E=iân,T. 270, □aMû, M. 433, h an nn n. ^P^,Rec.i4,2i, ^^P^A, B.M. 49343, j)()()t-fl> Rec- II'I72'C'^-A^"A'C=S=:f1^'T-209' P. 160, n , 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. cyîXcye, Heb. utettî. Shems /Çfe —*—, service, following. Shems-t rns-i I n o, U. 313 (fa's), service (?) shemsi âb n sire or inclination; shemsi änti 1^^, to follow one's de- "01 the name of a room n~D ' in the palace. , performance of a ceremony in which myrrh was offered. shemsi utcb a j\ j\, to follow regularly and systematically. shemsi menkh-t 151 <3E?' a festival in which a bandlet played a prominent part. shemsi Hem iLjTLJ", Palermo Stele, celebration of a festival of Horus. shemsi kbenu-t â fl j\ \? Ö (%, Rec. 6, 11, to celebrate the cult of a statue. shemsi sekh-t n é 65, to perform field service Shems Seker àfl^z \>, Rev. 14, A -ÖQÖ © a festival of Seker in which the god went V&>" round the walls. shemsu onfl^, M.394, âfl^,^ lv\, "ei' Hjr^i' i_zr "jr 01' "^ servant, attendant, ministrant, follower; plur. ■ÏP W 1 -» n ra n . -> n ^ 1 Shemsu neter âaSH^K^IJ)! !• W^tv WJtZï IV' ^ fCIowers of ,he Great J' ^" '^ III W 0 3$\ ° 41 ! Rec. 36, 216, train, retinue, HjfAÎUl' . bodyguard. shems-t âa-t n a , a lady of high birth, a descendant of an old family. shems nesu □l^bC^ü^=7, iv, iooi, n t I i=> I 1q 3 -A ^^ IV, 1026, a royal envoy =f ° <==>^ [[[ ' to foreign lands. Shemsu â t\ ffl, Rec. 2, 126, §r.— l_y), Hymn Darius 31, follower of the. god, a member of the divine bodyguard; plur. r\n In ^0-A|||^ec.3o,I9I,oop^^!, •bid. 33, 35, Ijcjlj Shemsu H I Tuat XII, a god in the Tuat. ShemSU â H J) I, Thes. 131, a group of stars in the Thigh (Great Bear). Shemsi Àsâr S (1 U jj © J), Methen 34, follower of Osiris ; plur. nn n I ^§\ U , N. 487, 698, csu fl ^ ^ Ô _J^, M. 408, apyiiMfci^i-- r| J\, chief followers of Osiris. Shemsà en Mehi â (1 B.D., a follower of Mehi. \\y\ ~=N Shemsu en Nebertcher 11 i<rr> B.D.. the followers of Nebertcher. -A S. \\1 Shemsi en Tehuti B.D. 183, 4, follower of Thoth. Shemsu neteru \ fl ^\ a J) ! 1 ', B.D., the followers of the gods. Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [ 743 ] SH 0 1» P- 699, csu Shemsu Râ do cl II ^O, T- 236, O, U. 495, M. 253, on 11 j|^ J^J^J^O.N. 1162, , the followers of Rä; of Rä in the train of Osiris. Shemsu Hâp fl I v\ /** ^, Nesi- Âmsu 12, 6, the followers of the Nile-god. Shemsu Heru ^ ^ j^j^j^, P. ^^' M- 319,00^ (> N. 832, do [) j| ^ ■^ 00 p ^ j^j^j^ ^, N. 1099 (see 166, ^ I ], P. 462, M. 518, also P. i75,N.947),^P^ 1 11 11 1 n -A V^. r!h, the followers, i.e., successors of Horus (the kings of the Predynastic 7\ l l l Period). Shemsut He -1 - Her Rec. 27, 223, the followers of Hathor Shemsi S (j(j W, Rec. n, 170 : shemes do | §, 00 ft R §, j^ P f, 00 I p ^|, ear of corn; plur &JUIC, ^eJULC. r^v-i f^TÖ f^TÛ Ü yeast. */WW\ ASSAM j */WW\ £^ */WW\ WÖ' DO Shemtt OXZI , a goddess. shen */WW\ to hover over, to alight. Shen-t-àmm (?) r^v-i ^4 Tuat IX, a fiery, blood-drinking serpent- god. shenu 8 ,0.213, oo 5 p. 453,C=S=DS%, p. 689, 5 t-fl, 5 e, /WW\A /I /WWW (WWW» DO * , Ït*^, /WWW */WW\ I öfc. 9 e 9 0 L-fl1 e Q, Q, 9, 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 8 0j 9 0, 9,Q, X 9 Ö Û, 5 ö S 0 e /WWW Q JT /WWW X /^ O «WWW */WWV /WWW X '"' /""\ Q /www Q f5 Q AWWW IJ'^a, * , Qu, circuit, circle A O /WWW C J ji periphery,circumference, orbit, revolution ; QQ the two circuits, <-> <~>, Thes. 165. */WWA shenn x , t. 82,304, ^ 1908, 117, circle, circuit. */WWV shenn-t 9 **"£ L_J], circle. 9 0 Q,A.Z. 5*/WWA ~^w~ „ <^, T. 275, do£ "0=5, U. 234, 9 */WWA Q */WWA | ^ I */WWA , 9 ° ^=4, Tombos Stele 2, */WWA £^ /WWW t o Ä? a circuiting, a going round, revo- JlL_J]'<=>V\ ' lution. /WWW © /WWW <=* O shen àten 8 czd fl *^, 8 rs^ »www ^^^ n rr> /WWW I <£> /WWW t\ r\ /www r\ ^ n "ww/w [ WWW, Q *~~* [ ^AAA, IV, 808, T Q /wwv\ ra ft *W« [J /WWV\ the circuit of O* ' the solar disk. 1 ë'9- 0 L-fl Shen ur ß ^^ ,T. 275, P. 28, Tombos Stele 16, , N. 67, 9 ^ M. 38, T ^^ -^- , A.Z. 1905,15, Ç Q X 1=1, the Great Circle; fi^^fl^', IV, 617, the circuit of the Great Circle; GT5 s 9 ^ III /VWM .1 < shenu ent pet T , the islands of Shen-ur. circuit of heaven. shonu en ta f ö Û */WW\ */WW\ Q f=^, the Digitized by Microsoft ® ^ the circuit of is' the earth. 3 a 4
rvn sheni-t 8 SH , circle, circuit. [ 744 ] SH C30 shenu Q, endless time, eternity; \ \ \ = 10,000,000 years. sheni-t 8 M* 9 00%", _ ****** I I I I ****** 1 1 _/l , a chamber in a temple. Sheniut § M ^c-a, B.D. 17, 3*. ****** I I _^1 the chamber of punishment of Osiris. Shenu-t J°^,, Leyd. Pap. 10,13, £^Jj, »courtyard, court (?) Q 0^ Q „ tk i& Û shenu Ö 1 Q !' I ****** fi I7O, * .0 ****** ****** (^ PM ****** _ZT IjJ O , court official, court nobleman ; plur. shenut ^ Ö Jj! Rec.30, 187, 31, i8, 5 ö%° ****** Ci i ( I ****** /) G ^y^j, ibid. 26, 234,31, fà 1, Peasant 140, ^ Ö c_L I ****** i, 8 ö|, 8 I ****** a 1 ****** the court of a king or god shenit 5 fi Ö ****** (£ 0 e ijj ^ 1 1 ****** 1 1 fi !' 1 ****** >fi fii|l|0gfgr2r a 11 ^$1$ 3£$ ^ , the nobles at Court; T Ö ****** 1, the four sons of Horus. Shenit fi *A/V\AA the divine court of Osiris Shenugfl.8 or beatified dead. Shennu fi ö ****** (£ 1, B.D. 30B, 4, , the honourable Tuat III, the gods who avenged Râ. Shen-ur Jp- ****** ****** ****** Ombos I, 319, a god of offerings. Shenit-Urit Q j)lg Denderah II, 54, o ' a form of Hathor. shenu fi Q. Q g lake, the Nile- "> flood. shenu T Koller 4, 3, vases, vessels. Shenu Q ^^^ , archetype of a manuscript. shen ^^fi, U. 555, ™, Hh. 328, to *\\. rage, to wrangle, to fight, to dispute ; Copt. cyme, shenàu C=K=I f\ v\, N. 1000, ****** 1 IT ****** U. 602, N. 995, 999, wrangler, striver. Î ****** n „„i Rev. 12, 1x9, to dispute; I %* iW' Amen' I4' 3, litigious man. ****** shenn-t £ *~~* ^s., dispute. sheni àb 3 ûtf^ Peasant 270, to ** . © Ü I be wroth, to be angry, to quarrel. shen fi Ö V\«s=^, Peasant 130, fi ****** TT ****** , fi Ö, dis- ., Pap. 3024, 74, X *3k ****** in. Jit<i quietude, enmity (?) danger (?) hostile, inimical. ****** shen 1. , hateful, 1, Âmen. 9,8, xé, 14, f 1 ****** £ I i l fi shennu ? ^£™ fighters, enmity, strife shnu fi %> c ****** TT **** s I r\ k§!> fi ö fi ö% I ' " ^ü <J>1 <J>1 '». /WNAAA Ck _2 wrwrwr' fififi' soldiers, warriors, fighters. sheni S ^, S ^L,°°&\&. ****** ****** ir^ ****** ezX e_l Nàstasen Stele 10, (j(| AA, to be sick, to be helpless, depressed, cast down ; Copt. cyUJfte. shenn ****** Rec. 32, 84, to be ill, «UVilU s***** jjp . , I ****** nx sick., r\ ****** ' r\ ****** shenn x w^aq r6v i4 I2 x -ww* 1 -^ ' ' 1 1 1 1' Rev. 13, 3, mental sickness, disgust. Shenn-t T p^«» oppression, weariness, n ci ****** q shen-t X ^^, 9 ^— -^ * ****** jit* C^ jb. sickness, illness ; Copt. cyujrtG. shnu'?Sr^i &^ ! evils> evil bein^s A "^fes- 1 ' "^ I ' or things. shnu fi ö^>"^, f^^., a ****** —II XL vi. sick man. Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [ 745 ] SH shenn öö âjt ■ shen, shim 9 w AAAAAA ft> 5 ' î &> Î _J AAAAAA XL C_l XL \AAAA /I ■>"^ I XL ^t \> O O trouble, öö E—/!' nausea. ft. ^ e^;a ûÉ' î e « ö e ., 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, cyirte. Ö shni i invoker, pleader, en- treater. 9 ° AAAAAA (£ AAAAAA AAAAAA shni-t 5 00 o ^, So >^ I AAAAAA , IV, 694, J AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA Copt, cyi to cry out, to invoke, to entreat. AAAAAA , 9 "*"" Q, appeal, a •8.e h^. adjuration, incantation, spell, ban, curse, order for allotment; Copt, cyitt€. shim V /vwwv (&A magical formulae, spells, Q. G 211 ' incantations. Shnu 9 ö\>$, IV, 1114, litigant, AAAAAA JT y^ 1 disputant, party in a law case, the plaintiff (?) shenn 9 if— Rev- u'I4'todemand '> I ^* AAAAAA Copt. cume. shenn ? XL AA shenn-t ? seeking, enquiry, petition. AAAAAA r^ AAAAAA shen-t S o , 1, 13, $^> iv, 1081, 1115, a case at law, a judicial inquiry ; shen-t AAAAAA «^ khe-t 0 , to have a case at law. shenit 9 ° , Rec. 17, 47, 2 ' flfl AAAAAA C^»"^ I Ci 11 «^^r, Rev. 14, 74, a legal interrogation, a case for trial by law. Î AAAAAA -^ö-, a seeking out, quest. Shnu 9 ' ' ' J views, opinions, specula- ö -^ö- 1 ' tions (?) f\ (p Q AAAAAA shen, shni x , Y y ^), to AAAAAA S J\ XL I 1 tie up, to tie together, to load. o (2 Shen-t 8 °, 8 f* , a tie, binding. AAAAAA (9 AAAAAA K—/I shnà-t 6 ()c , cord, tie, rope. rj AAAAAA fy AAAAAA 1 _Z1 Ml l£l Rec. 16, no, fishing net; Copt. cyil€. shen 4M 1 n' AAAAAA LX1 " AAAAAA ^^■^..P- 302, ^, N. 1106, AAAAAA W*' AAAAAA @ ^ AAAAAA S ^ ' AAAAAA ^ Jf "^ AAAAAA 111' Aö Sin «*' «* 1' AAAAAA I I I 5 ^ ^> S tt ^ j. \ W. hair, foliage AAAAAA AAAAAA I XL I'll of a plant or tree ; x of a tree, fruit A _ AAAAAA sben-ti l^.f^, hairy, shen, shenn 9 ö % ft» 8 AAAAAA /I B TT AAAAAA ,»»„ VJ AAAAAA » (~) AAAAAA » TT AAAAAA w. AAAAAA III III 0 e AAAAAA AAAAAA , a tree : plur. «»« X Q ' F Ö (2 I I I AAAAAA I I I .Q.Ö m1 e^n *önn^^;, groves , Y m'le gardens; Copt. cyHH. shen benrà 9 w s=A- 11 *""" A ÏÏ, AAAAAA B ^Cj ^ ^ 1 / AAAAAA V^ 'III ■ J Shen. ta 9 ^ QUI ( ^ <^ I, Peasant 33, ^^, Rec 27, 87,^ "^«, Ö ^rri' I I I S III AAAAAA W* I SS I III w ^ S I w I s <ä ^r , s °, ^. Ö s ( ^X> grass, herbage; ^ ^aaaaa ^f a kind of tree: Copt. cyïïHr* (?) Shen 9 ^Dö,, B.D. 17, 70fr., a storm AAAAAA III cloud that covered the right eye of Rä. Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [ 746 ] SH Shenit(?) 9 o, p. 815, m. 244, ^ ^ ^>D-d-hI'6'P^J'pXddLaSer- Shen-t 9 p, B-D- x37> ^ flesh, mem- <v- X ber, limb. AAAAAA AAAAAA w , Q ^s, a kind :, a kind of bird, shen-ti £ of bird, heron (?) shenshen 9 9 AAAAAA AAAAAA heron (?) (Perhaps a verb.) Shnà J (] Ç, J (] ^ ^., fish spawn, stinking fish. shnàu fi small, little. shenà-t GD nn (WW« 4; on <!* Q Rec. 30, 67, the cir- =q' cuit of heaven. shnà-t ^ (I off, N. 1066, ™21 û AAAAAA 1 >)/$$/ AAAAAA I 1 ,P.35o, S (j <L , S ûlf.lg, AAAAAA 1 ► 'I AAAAAA 1 »»» XL \_/ storm, hurricane, tempest; plur. AAAAAA M shni-t y shnâ-t C3n (1 AAAAAA 1 1, rainstorm, tempest. U. 609, T. 223, hailstones. Shnàt i Û 1 J), a goddess of Busiris. Shnà-t-pet-uthes-t-neter 9. (\ ^ ^__AAAAAA 1 148, one of the seven divine Cows. Shnât-neteru<?) J (j £ $ "] $ j rr5î lm> one °^^e seven divine Cows. , „ , AAAAAA AAAAAA shnà AAAAAA, a.Z. 47, 112, %—d,%—h, <^l AAAAAA .-. /I (-V /l iv, 498, 0—^l-j, 9 rz, s ^ri, A ./} AAAAAA V AAAAAA r*U ^ \J tf{> Rec 34, 179, S ^T*' AAAAAA iNf _/J AAAAAA -"' Z\- AAAA ^Vi ^ fl _Q /WAAAA JT ""^ , T o(M L^/J, to repulse, 30, 127, Q /v AAAAAA AAAAAA 0 e to drive back, to turn away; Copt. cytOH, shnàu Sa'v&I, Thes. 1251, %. /v A.Z. ^35, 17, men who kept the road clear for processions. shnä-t 9 \|, IV, 1193, repulse; AAAAAA C^ Q flO AAAAAA ^ aaL A ,„. S'S0,,, »«pulsings, stoppages; 9 _™^ 111 , hesitating, timid (of fish). shnä AAAAAA QÄ, repulsive (a man's character). . 9 Q shnà AAAAAA y\ Vj^j j warder, guard, guardian. shnà àb £ Sllllâ AAAAAA O AAAAAA n yr I I -- ,i. I <fy to resist, to oppose, I ' to be obstinate. Qö £**£ QÖ ^AAAA , storm, tempest, hurricane ; variants :— AAAAAA ffi^^ , , TTTT' shnâr 5__ — •mf.f Î AAAAAA a 'TTTT> Amen- J3> J> x4> 7, storm, tempest. shnà AAAAAA Ny^, the side of a road. shnä lt-d, Rec 24, 96, %^ , AAAAAA ä\ 0 AAAAAA granary, barn ; plur. g q S^ _y ,„> ß fl 0 V °^ 2 ' Décrets 29' ShnäÜ AAAAAA ^N ^S| , P. 42 2, AAAAAA QS>^VK> M. 605, SSök£a,f Peasant 64> cabin of a J o\\ A boat, shrine. shna-ti aaaaaa r-^-i oi/si 1 \\ J\ U I I <=>. shnà, shnâr £ ^ ^, J g ^, XL ... - fl XL yt«ft I I I AAAAAA Jl AAAAAA ° ^J Q "A/WSA (Q ^ a plant used in medi- ^ani' _2se> 111' cine. shnà, shnâr 9 °°, 9 °o, AAAAAA (~ HI AAAAAA ffi^ 0 5 "^ Q ° ^ a seed or fruit used in aaaaaa A ' Äfiiii' medicine. Q AAAAAA r—7 shnä J fl5rrk^,H shnâ-t, shenrâ-t 6 Digitized by Microsoft ® '. s^„P ^ _ p, breast.
SH [ 747 ] SH shnâr S ^ S ^ S ^Al .A o J\ A_2se> Ai "rnnrnr .a \7 _Sä I ^ A, * -^Sk, to turn back, il _2ä -* -www @ _2s& Jz3 to drive back, to keep off. shnâriu 9. _sä()() $ [11,RougéI.H. 256, a class of officials. Shnâr 9. ° Q 0 û O, a disease, stoppage of bowels (?) Shnâr ÛX71 fl BDG- 785, a god of _Bïû I Sil ' Shnär in in the Delta. -Q. Shnâr -^ aû *wn, "^ ^ ^, a sacred serpent. Shnâr[it] ^(^B.D.G. ,63, a " " " ' f\ goddess of u-"-J /www 77 @. ^ O Ci «hniföll(|^,Da|l(|^,Rer.„,,6, A 1 1 /VAAAAA 11 = Copt, cyirce, to seek after. Shnit ? (j(j a, Tuat I, a light-goddess. , musician. shnu /ww\a Shnu 5 ög shnu /vAAAAA - food, produce. Ö (2-—"' F B.D. 142, III, 12, a city of Osiris. i.<g ^ in'wweiii'lûjooo' fruit, grain. shnu 5 G^\RD' T25' Ij l6-" shnu-t 9 Ö tQJ\y> P. 395, M. 563, N. 1170, t3 /www Cj I—==f==J /J [sO/1 , > granary; plur. jsQ^ ^ ( |\iJJ3 tfll " la !'IV'I026; Copt ae-*ne. Sbneb J N^, a horn weapon or tool /WWW «ail shneb-t C=K=I jj ^ X , u. 169, P. 204 /WWW «CJ —i*V«a I ^ I fi >"> /WWW U a, Ikhernefert 15,^0 tv » I v> 612, /WWW ««3 r\ Jb C Digitized by 5 JMJ?'*J?-QDJf'oaJ /WWW -s3 \ XL ««3 V ««3 \ AAAAAA «*3 » «/WWA «*3 « DD ]o -Û.ÔOV -Q.Ô«, P °^' Ö J?' öo^' ö«^-l* Rec.4>22,-g-^^,-U-=.^,Jö J?.^.sâ..8_TJ-sâ..îJ?|. skin, hide; Copt, cyrtqe. shnebi-t 9. ] (IQ «, skin, hide. /WWW ««3 11 \ shnep SS£ £,t0 sniff the air> t0 smMU' n nostrils. Shnep AAAAAA j\, a fine cloth. snnep „ tw, w^a \n\ /www \ii, vww 00^ D ^ D m D {\, IV, 1104, a reed mat (?); var. ° aM^. A/WW» I I aTinor» (-=s-1 x to seize, to carry off, to SÙneP ÖDU' draw off. öiinep /www v „ /1 *vTTjni /w/ww f=t, a title of the Nile-flood. shneptiu *~ww workmen or labourers. 1, a class of SnnGI"!/ /WWW O , /WWW •1 stance used in medicine; /«ww. -3s, c , a sub- o III a salve made of the same. shnem:^Qk>i>-,,o',i2'Qk' M. 75, 5 VN- "."Vi" 1908, 115, T Vv , Metternich Stele 249, ' \\ r-TV-i . . ... •"*"" , wvw t to join to, to unite with, to attain to, to be protected; see Q ^|; ^^l» u. 558. shnem-t ^^ Shnemit urit r-K-i S , nurse, , P. 112, " Great Protectress "—a name of the Sky-goddess; varr. Q ^ 0, M. 78, Q ^^, N. 80. , Ä ■ » ■ „ _ to smell: Copt. shnem -5fö, fflU)>uuC. Shnem ? Ö AW, smell, odour shnem ww o « khnem ww o. Microsoft ®
% r v\ i 12. shenrä /VA/VNAA Ss& fl SH [748 ] SH ,9 -EÄ.CL •1 û to turn back, to repulse, to keep away. .ÄÄ see shenâr •i shenrä ? Shenher aa^b, agod. /VAAAAA I shens • x* fl A, U. no, g fl, N. 377A, /VA/WSA I I ntkQiv,498, 3 ns, § no. I /J (J /VA/WSA I /VA/WSA I U /VA/WSA I I U /VA/WSA 0 ' 1) C P T I a=o, 5 , a kind of cake or bread. XL I /VAAAAA I I I shens peri her khaut 9 fl A i3 I W .A I ' \\ I A/VWVA r~\\ i * SP » shewbread I l\ III shens 5 /VAAAAA I i-M, skin, animal (?) shensu ^^1 ö, Rev. i3,32, c*=^lÉTf, /VA/WSA I /VAAAAA | I Rev. 13, 32 = shes nesu, apparel of the king, i.e., byssus ; Copt. cyttC. shensetch-t 9 /VA/WSA /VAAAAA à" P^ tunic OO X shensh ^aaaaa ~ Kh. 472, to open. ? V 2 H» Rev'i4'34' ?ö ] ^ 1*Rev- i2'63, ? § 1^ 2'Rev-i2'64' ^'Rech" nungen 77, tunic, cloth; Copt. ajeitTU). shent 2^0, Rec. ^, 120, seal, sealer. /VAftAAA \ shent, shenn-t y Ö > 9 "^ • ^^T", acacia, Spina acacia Nilotica; ^A* £Z3 t\ V»Rec- x5> Mi, black acacia; Copt, OJOItre, Heb. îltûtë, Arab. ^j^. shenti m -°- ^ xx a hairy Plant (?) ; v ' ö «~-' Copt, cyo^t- Shent 5 vfT, Metternich Stele 244, brushwood, "bush," thicket, thorny growth; Copt, cyorrf. Sheni-t 9 , AAAAAA P. 815, M. 244, a cow- goddess. Berg. I, 10, g | ^, Rec. 3, 44, 5 V I O 3' ibid. 3, 47, g ^ ] ()() I ff ff IT* ©, ibid. 3, 49, a form of the goddess Isis. Shent'ti /www a W a title of Isis and Nephthys. Ck Ck Shentit x1) t|l| ~ ^ BD- J3*, the sanctuary of the goddess Shentit. «shPTit Q ° © to revile, to abuse, to /v/vwsA 0' curse ; Copt, cyujrte. Shent-t 9. ^ \ 5 ^JL, revilings, /WW\A Ci III AAAAA* Ci jBc^ curses, abominable persons and things. - s - w Î shenti 9 ö /WWV\ \\ Q£, accursed. shenti 8 01 /VA/VNAA J » x -sfc^, Cd ^ w 9 ° /VAAAAA \\ /VAAAAA I W .111 ,, enemy, foe, grief, dis- * 1 A.Z. 1900, tress, sickness, trouble; plur. X28, J^~| (](j ^ I; Copt, cgoorrr (?) shentiu 9 Iflfl^L«^ $ | ,iv,968, /WW\A Uli _Zl y^l I men of violence, a title of Set. shentiu gl Shentiu 6 ") (j(j % !, IV, 613, companies, assemblies (of rebels ^fl ^\ *® •^V l)- ^=71*1 Jl I JPi 1/ Shentait 8 SÛÛPn>afC0W"g?idels_ AAAAAA Oil (LA. a form of Hathor. Shèntthit g \ , Mission 13, 127; see ±m ■ " j court nobles, I ' ministers. shenth oog Shenth mS I twin ■8 /VAAAAA to revile, ' to abuse. g, g IWWin, U. 555^T. 303, a serpent-fiend in the Tuat. Digitized by Microsoft ®
nv~i SH [ 749 ] SH AAAAAA I \\ I Shonthot £ j=> ^, p. 662, • Ci /VAftAAA Ci Q£, M- 773, a proper name (?) shontheth Da6s=s, u. 602,m /VA/WSA A ° ^ /VA/VNAA M. 303, N. 1000, hostility. ^' ^C^>>^' aCaCia; dUal 1 \\ /VAAAAA « I P.S.B. 25, 220 j plur. 8^«^j,9 V5"*l IV, 387; Heb. ntpttS, Arab, kju>, Copt cyorrre. /VAftAAA Ci /VA/VNAA AAAAAA shentit Ä[|(|, J^(|(| g, J^ I AAAAAA 11 V 0. 53. IHM.0 £<= (j(j g, tunic; plur. 5^ (]£ IV, 1071. Late forms $ ^^ x , $ g ; Copt, cyenxüo. AAAAAA AAAAAA ^ \ Shenti £ Hi , a name of Set. m shentesh (?) aaaaaa orchard, large garden, wood : plur. aaaaaa • see aaaaaa OO I I. an acacia sacred to Isis. r^rc-i Shentch mn"^è, AAAAAA ( Ï shentch ^^s^, Û I AAAAA/ >-?*■, acacia ; see $ shentchetch-t ? ^\^, herbs' vuese- A o\ in tables. D^^kZ2L,U.478, AAAAAA Ci \ 71 «-* nn =i nn =1 «* T. 43, shentchu-t AAAAAA 1 r^v-i n^ os: AAAAAA Cl \ AAAAAA Cl tunic, short drawers ; Ö AT\ ^ all tunics ; Copt. cyerrrU). shentch-ti 9. ^^ vj AAAAAA Ci \ <_ keeper of the tunics or robes. , inspector of 2 AAAAAA d \\\ sher rzszi - m , sher m' r^v-i 1, compound preposition. Sher ^ .A, Rec 16, 1 o9> to fall down; see ° ^*7- 72, sher, sherr ^*, N. 156, Rec. 30, rznzi , U. 495, '!'• 236, ^J, gg, ^, to be small, to become small, to be diminished ; Copt, çyipe. sher ™^, a little. sher-t r^rc-i IV, 691, Amen. 25, 20, M %^^, little, small, insignificant, a small thing, a thing of little value. Sherà àb an h <5 ^ to lack courage, to be unwilling, to have no mind to do a thing. Sherr <§|, Metternich Stele 40 sher tfr , HI, M2, ^, Metternich Stele 56, little ao "^' boy, child ; Copt. cyHPe- Sher J, a young god. r^rc-i I; Copt. sher, sherà an (| jâ, iv, 691, III, 143, boy, son; plur. ^^ (j ^^ cgnpe. sherà en sherà an Û % Jj§) »»** (] S. S), son's son, grandson. sherr §§, §|^$, §||^, HK~I ', boy, youth, little man ; plur. <z> 1, U. 512, S^.^, P. 86, U. 171, HK~I rzszD ^^)|;CoPLcyHpr. Sherà-t °a \\ a J), Israel Stele 12, OS=l Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [750] SH ^s8»Da] 11 °$■Westcar 5'I9'6'3' little girl, daughter, maiden ; plur. M -^^ I. Sherriu §■§ o, u. 512, §■§ jj sher /vvwvA j small canal. <1 -> /WW\A m1Ö the gods. sher, sherà x L-J, oo A „ TT to stop up, to block, to wall up, to close, S L ii ' to obstruct the passage. sherà-t u T > obstruction, bar. < sher-t <=> J fit O, Rec. 31, 13, obstacle. sher-t §§, ™û, bond, tie, fetter, o ^' o Win Sher-t S, U. 393, T. 341, M. 214, N. 685, , anna , t Ç>,Rec. 30,190, (I ^, Amen. 17, 7, OSZI A @ -o>. , r^rc-i fl S £ C*>' (1 "r o, nose; Copt, cy<Ll. sherti, sheràti ÏS * ÏS, S* r-rc—i i ono pc ,- I I r-rc—i D dfl5 o q. i • w* * ?!' <=>w SH ? £) r^vn A o £ rnr-1 A o two nostrils. sher-t ?§ £> P- l69' 786'the l)OW of a o ' boat. Sherit 5§ s j), 0mbos IT' '32> a fod" £>o 21 dess. shershermmI±2 mDDiii ! Gersher Pap. I, 21, <o<z> l^i 1, Sphinx I, irr, air, wind, sniffings of air; see Sher-t ^ °, Rec. i, «j*. earth taken <=^> Ml from a holy place and used as an amulet. sher-t <zz>G) , a kind of cake, loaf. sher-t, sherà-t ™ (| o .„fl, ™ (] ^, □o (j ä^ no Q ^ Anastasi^2, IO| tP i o o o <rr> Tili /WW\A /WW\A Koller 2,8, an(|(|i.,.üj ^|V\L, Rec. 26, 78, nn „r^j on <CZ> ."" o , <=—^ Ck III Ck I V\ I A.A. O I V\ I , a kind of land, salty land (?) sheri-t nn \> sherit /"a, <=z> "^, grain, flour. U3 , a dwelling place. sherp-t 5E> ^a=0) , seed for early crops. 1 Vi" I ° I \V I snerp <z=> , incense = D (2 111 -o F=^i sherp-t 5r> P cord, part of the tackle Do' of a ship. Sherm nn B.D. 168, a god'who helped the dead. nn sherh <=> t=t , <cz> t=t , water channel ; Copt. cg>^e& (?) sherh PS^3 a kind of myrrh, or myrrh- producing tree. Shersek °a fl <^* dj^, to destroy. sherShSyv,silA,lv,697, to hasten, to flee. shersh i^"d X t0 Pander, to carry mS Q' off. sheheb L]^J J (1, to be hot, burnt up, parched ; Copt. cyOD&efL sheheb C=S=I Vw' ro J<?yv ra ,. 3ÜZH 1 the hot south wind. Shehbi ^J^in. 0 -^r the god of the south wind. Shes 00 fl, U. no = 9. fl 0, cake, I /WW\A I loaf, bread. shest nn fl Ö ^} Rec. 27,57 = àshest (J Ö ' ° Qr > an interrogativie particle. Shes Ö , Ö ; see ^ fl3 = ^ IflS. -»-web' I n <z=>nI *^ shes ox=,pö,p. 592,0^^, ö'jp, ^ I |, ö !) ^ ™ Ö^jf, a band or gar- ment made of linen ; r~w~i I g ^E?, P. 592, festal Digitized by Microsoft ®
nn SH band; ft. o, Rev. n, 167 = 1 ft Heb. tüÜ), Gen. xli, 42. Shes àkeb C3n ft (j ^z^ J c=^, apparel of mourning. shes nesu 1 x, r°yal ,inen'byssus ' Copi- shes tepi 8 ® Nj linen of the finest ID quality. shes 5 fl nnm, 8 nnm , 8 I —»— —»- stone, alabaster ; plur. 0 [ 751 ] SH nn Ufa*. , 0 white rrrrm x x mnD 111' 8 000 ; Heb. shes 8 .^ IV) 743> g =^ g g gï white grain, winnowed grain. shesit 8 8 8 Rec. 22, 103, ashes, white dust or powder. shes oo fl ft, A.Z. 1864, 107, 00 g 0, antelope-on Pé^^^a- shes û} x^ 00 I ft, cord, string, I H— I rope; plur. 00 p888> 8 88- shes maâ (maât) 8 H} 8 *==,j « cord kl? û 8 I I) , to per- 1 ■ w » form ceremonies in regular and fitting continuity for ever, <z> Mr | (or w^ @} millions of times); Demot. ft | n = Gr. e?™ nXeov. ' shes 8 ^ü, Ebers Pap. 99,18, 8 o, B.D. 160, 2, 8 _e , b,ow> str'Pe> iniury. —h— v -/I wound. shesshes-t ^ -^^, evil, misfortune. Shesshes 8 8} Ebers Pap. 41, 12, ft ft, A.Z. 1900, 128, to hide(?) shesshes 88,^_} Kollers, 2, ^_^w 3, B.D. (Nu) 64, 19, to see. shesshes-t 8 8 , Rec. 29, 159, shesu (gersheru ?) ~ fjjf, soldier ; plur. 0 V&!,Thes. 1251,0 Vä I'm' I I I shes ^u,11, "8» p- 229> vase' _h— Jl vessel. Shesshes on fl on R, Tuat IX, a crocodile-god with a tail terminating in a serpent. shesa oo q£ \, u. 188, dd fl tfr %^ ^,T. 67,00 p^^.N.599,nop ^ ^, Décrets 108, IV, 1017, nn 1 q^p <f\ ^,Rec. 3i, "70, ™"0»^^fl. IV. r°73, ^fl, IV, 749, 00 p q£ "^ ig |, Pap. 3024, 84, nn N^k? 55, to be cunning, wise, skilled, learned, able ; see ^^ Iq) T^ shesa her 2 shesa-t oa * **, IV, 1152, skilful. i , Rec. 30, knowledge, skill, ability. shesa-t nn H q£ 191, wise woman. shesau^^^flj, B.D. 188, ï, 8 , IV, 1184, intellectual abilities. ' ô' I 1 1 1 shesau é nn 8 *?\ ^K *~\ Litanie 71» the "wise" „ ^s JT I' member, i.e., the tongue. shesa 00\\ q$ *\^, P. 589, 00 I q$ ^^?>> N. 1038, to plough. ShesaoopE^rflh^™^©, P. 5S9, a skilled ploughing-god of Shnâ. shesa-t oo M qji <g£ "^f^, T. 101, <H o *=f=S N. i4r, ^ ^, an p f=^i f=^i e=^>, U. 645, night, darkness. Shesa-t mäk-t neb-s ig o Digitized by Microsoft ®
nn SH [ 752 ] SH oa Tuat II, a goddess in the Tuat. shesau onflé^^^, ™é Copt, cyocy, cyocyo-r(?) shesa-t a*?^ plant or herb. shesait ö $ û() °, Ko"er 4, 2, jÖ_ R o, Ö tp , white earth, powder (?) Shesait ™-~~, IV> 875. a kind of pre- frîmïtfcooo cious stone? Shesau «^«^«^, L.D. in, 55a, iv m- Shasu M^;^ X ! ■ Ä£ Shesatheth gd^0 J^.TuatX, a goddess. shesp (shep) ^^d, p. 161, 163, Ä,33£D, Ä^> ÄD0X> ÄLi]!' 2EL-fl,^^ fl, 2ffiD^ fl,Peasant D L-fl <^3 -D ffi D m Rhind Pap' 32,"Äe II' Ä D U, P. 251, *S£r-, to take, to acquire, to accept, to receive, to receive seed, i.e., to con- ceive(^3£^);^^](),ac- ceptable ; Copt, cyuuil. shespep ^^ D, p. 603, 604 = shesp. to conceive. 0 <0> to be pleased, heart's desire. shesp àur Ä£^ shesp àb Ä^ Shesp â ^^j 0, to greet. shesp äha ^g£QA, to fight; i* to set out on a journey. 0 ^ to make a beginning. shespiu 2Ed(|(|^J,^d(|(|^|, Rec. 6, 7, those who receive, those who are taken, ;>., prisoners. shesp tep cm.^ T=T I _2ä ^5? 1, the the name of a festival. Shesp Amen uthes t nefer-f 5& L-fl A'^^"! ' ReC- 2°' ;4°' a 1 /VA/W* Jl o Ô *~ ' shrine of Amen. shesp-t âtru ^ D f\ ILL***. All II festival of receiving water. shesp âa-t *gg: <~=^ ^rf3, shesp hetch Ä tfh ? n-^> Rec. 21, 101, the earliest dawn of day. Shespi (Shepi) 2S'(j(j $ Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 42). Shespiu Ä(](jtkj , B.D. 168, 9, agroup of gods who assisted the dead. Shespiu 2^^\, Tuat XI, the gods who carried Methen into the eastern sky. Shespit 2^D*,Thes.n2, ^D* $ , a a XXX one of the seven stars of Orion. Its god was xx x x' Shespit Ä(j().|,^,o?6,eadgod: Shespit enth khemiu hepu 283t cm /VA/VNAA X X Berg. II, 13, lodge 1 1 1 Û x of the never-moving (?) stars—a title of Nut. shesp (shep) ^ |, ^ d jj, ^q J, ^d^. Pädi^> Peasant 43, cm a t_\i» '^fc Q-Ä35» statue, image, figure, the Sphinx; plur. Ä 0 \ ^ 2& ^ ,| |, ^öec J&as £ea 3g 2 sphinxes, hena-nâ Qlll shesp ^^^ ^ äd |.soMpG^ shesput Ä a J) !, fisuI<* ofK wo.men ^cmi ^ ! w,th tambourines. shesp (shep) 5^ d^, 1 v, 84, =ri, ^=^s, a measure = a handbreadth, width of the palm, span = 0*075 m. ; Copt. CtJOlT, Heb. f|3, Assyr. \<1^<] 3<S-. Shespit (Shepit) ^g; D <?, Love Songs 3, ", ffl flu?» hand- Digitized by Microsoft ®
SH [753] 1X1 Shesp-t 2S ^_T> M ° , D« Hymnis 27, chamber, hut, shed, lodge, arbour, booth in a garden, summer house. shesp (shep) flfc1*^©, Jour. As. 1908, 282, moment; Copt. XI\. shesp 1°, 1d| Ä^,» ^ light, radiance, splendour. shesp (shep) Ä ^*+ . an^*+, t0 vomit, to cast up. Shesp-t (Shep-t) 2£3tD0> something round or polished, a berry, a fruit ; Copt, cyoil, cyume, cyoofte. Shesp-t m D ° Shipwreck 50, an edible ^alll' plant or root. shesp (shep) 228t -tf? Äf a seed used D ^^ 000 in medicine. Shesp Äs:~^) Rec< 30) 66, parts of a ship; Ä D D £ 111 o shesem 8 , Rec. 30, 66. 8 >8 to be weary, exhausted (?) shesm-t 8 @. Q dimness of sight, 0 ' an eye disease (?) shesm 8 f\ mm, A.Z. 1877, 32, 1880, 13, earth used in making faïence. shesm 8 t^^?>IV> II04> PSR I3> 147, skin of an animal, a leather roll. Shesm r^-i Os gods " with seven necks and uraei. shesm-t r^rc-i M-243>ffl|0?0.T-99,_Ö_ 0 S\ :. 0 , the "bull of the , P. 814, 1099 8 □ , IV, 694, a mineral substance. Shesemtt r^rc-i rrx 174, 8, ]] * U. 390, B.D. , Hh. 413, 414, ^ Hh. 178, a lioness-headed I' _. goddess Shesmit r^rc-i SH Ryi JJ, Rec. 29, 151, nvn Hh. 414, the name of a goddess. Shesma (?) on p ^S ^, T. 305, mythological serpent. /VA/WSA VWVW shosmu^^(]()^,_5 l'^k^4-ReV"3,37,JUtss£ Shesmu T^f,u.511,541,^^ Berg. 56, B.D. 17, 27, 153, 8, 170, 6, the executioner of Osiris who dwelt in (I If I , Mar. Aby. I, 44. He is identified with l\ /www ^, B.D. 17, 27. .Shesmu Ml|'Eerg'I,,I'ago^: Shesmu ami nut-f J^-fl-JL,'^- Rec. 37, 67, a god. Shesmu °^=l f\ ^\, T. 41, a star-god ; var. 0 ^\ /VA/W* (|(?) ****** /VA/VNAA /VAAAAA Shesmu fjf.*'mPI^*' ^P 5 «». onfl^^, /VAftAAA 0 0 /VA/WSA ^( /VA/WSA ° ° H X Tombs Seti I, Ram. II, Ram. IV, one of the 2,6 Dekans ; Gr. 2e<r/ie. shesmuti r^rc-i *"8 S53! Rec. 31, 13, a class of women. sheser 8 <"~=> t0 walk, to marchagainst, u A ' to attack. Sheser Q \ , to measure with a cord. Sheser Q (®, a cord for measuring. sheser _§_ : , 5 "^"^> Rec- l6> 56, to propose, to purpose, to design, to govern. shesru 8 8 .MJ 8 !> Heruembeb 8, designs, purposes, decisions. sheser-t 5 ° > canon, ordinance. Digitized by Microsoft® ^^ 3 B
rvn SH [ 754] SH r^rc-i sheser 8 8 *=V 8 , utterance, speech, decree; —Q. IV, 1109, A.Z. 1906, 124, song; 0 < proving, testing, examining. sheser oo flc=^, P. 704, 8 •*-h», to shoot. sheser-t gd H Ck Ck o, T. 326, a shooting. sheser r^-i P , U. 514, 00 n ,, p. 704,00 > N. 661, Rec. 26, 235, Q «*-«*, _Q_ Hymn Darius 11, . A.Z. 1905, 16, 0 8 © plur. —h— v\ y ^_^» 1 1 1 1 , arrow, spear, dart 1, A.Z. 1900, 20, 1 1 1 Sheseru (?)-Râ P 8 9> T"at VIII, three arrows or shuttles (?) Sheser _Q_ ^^, an animal for sacrifice. "ft IV, 1143, bags of 000' spices or unguent. shesru 8 Shesrà 52 ft, Tuat X, a light-god. shesesh (shesh) nesu B 1 IV, 82 x ; var. j ft; Copt. cyenc, Heb. ttfaJ. Shest (Shesmt) 52 r^|, u.. 561, f5ü31 Ck J /VA/WNA Ck m. 499, 52 fijjfjrjrjl, m. 122, n. 646, 962, , P. 632, , Hh. 128, a place sacred to Hörus. (ÉS ill 'see ?eru"Shestâ- Shest (Shesm-t)-tcha(P) rfjjj=g , I, 119, a title. rvn Shest-tà, Shestt l^[f)|ïïj) ~> u< 39°' B-D-H,8,™fffll-T.225,™fj ~\ /] N. 1081, a goddess who is mentioned 0 4 ' with Sekhmit ; see Shesmtt. Shest-sett (sti) m P)><£K>> Pyr. 2209B, a goddess (?) shesta DO P D Ck D , Rec. 26, 231 ; 1, Rec, 26, 230 shesti 8 °^, a bull-god (?) shesteb 5°.^ = —pjSs- o ° ^ o, lapis lazuli; shesh oa Q vesse1'pot ; c°vt äJ^OT' 00^' cyocyoi. Shesh °a ? = Ç ? ç, throat. shesh rvn OO Rec. 31, 21, nest, home. Shesh Ä n, sistrum ; plur. |, IV, 98. shesh r-rc-i. .A OO to hasten; do C3D do .A, to move rapidly, , P. 414, M. 593, N. 1198, very rapidly, quickly. Shesh ^^ l^i, antelope ; see r-m I ^ Shesh °S=lv^j, white hair. shesh-t Bo !, a Precious stone of white 0 o 1 colour. sheshti r=w=l o W DO ^A-7, razor (?) ; see sheq to shave ; Copt. £/JO(JOKe 1© L-0, sheku DO , N. 257A, a kind of cake; var. nn sheku 000 , U. 29, r-rc-]fv o r~ft—1 rary offering. Digitized by Microsoft ® ^Z^5 2 $rv a fune-
DD SH [755] SH sheku ab m i y, A.z. 1900, 128 sheken I I MA I C3D I, rebels. »>—=> OKI 0 A.Z. 1908, 18, an amu- T ' let. sheker ^Bô, M. 517, N. io98, 1242, Ô, to decorate, be decorated Copt. £/JO(JOKe, <£>(JOK. Shekershau ^-^ttTiT^J I = JÎS&I gl I Mar. Kam. 52, 1, a Mediterranean people. shot &y> , Love Songs 2, 3* to divide. shet \J L-=/) Rec 3' 49'5' 92> t0 take d ' out, to withdraw. shot L-VV ! wor^s m a Quarry> hewings of ^——o 1 ' stone. shetshet aaaa^—Dj Rcv I2j 22> t0 d et rend, to tear ; Copt. cyeTCyOOT. shet m^,aa^, A'Z' ?956> "3, ci ^ CT777T.-. tU) grief, sorrow. , 48, office. writings, documents, books. ; see Teshtesh. , CO' rvn Sh[ta]-t ~~, Gol. Ham. 10, 48, office. Ci n shetut (?) Shetshet shet ciCi 1 1 1 GD no ^>° «J^, turtle, tortoise (?) Shet ,^&, $\V, Nesi-Àmsu 32, 26, 1, a form of Äapep, a foe of Rä (B.D. 83, 4, 161). Sheta™*,™ * GD 00 «fco 1 1 1 the constellation of the Tortoise, o S '*f^> * ' one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. 2<t. shet-t, shta ^T, mö, muö, x C3SÖ' ^^ .. ö> .Hf> Rec- 3, 5°> D ö: 8. 8 covering, shroud, garment, bandlet shta-t Heru ™ x kind of garment. GD chard; plur shta D , forest, plantation, or- A^ I Rec. 2i, 14; Y^ 1 ' Copt, cy"1"^- shta land covered by the Nile; var, shta GD , arable land, the \\ D rriQ x nn-TL @ oa x i-ttt , to be difficult, hard to pass over or ;m through, to be hidden or secret, hard to understand, mysterious. GD shta-t Shta =ï=rï= /h , a god incomprehensible. ^D O I VV~'I O mystery, difficult thing, something hidden, some thing rare, curious ; plur. GD^ X O VOS. L1 W I. D 1 S\ r-vcn i £ X GD «DD !' « I na !» D ! £lt öflo3li' IV' 345' 9°°' mysteries difficulties; (1 ^A^'w^ ^ f ^ ,=, k^,,,> Rec- *5 179, impassable valleys ; on 1 ' ' ^D GD , U. 207 GD' 1 CË3 , mysteries of the two horizons j ( <e>. v\ U 1, hidden of forms D those whose seats are hidden ; 00 ci. OD I I , those whose arms are hidden ; czso D 9 1, the god of the hidden soul , Rec. 26, 231, SS ^ ^ Litanie 37, ™ ^ 3 ^ ^, a title of Râ rzszi fil Ç. GDX ^ V ill I'T^l 1 1 ÇÇ'o0 ?lâl"-*rfA-'^W of invisible body; on properties; =^s= i=> X invisible form. .GD GD' J. 1 ^ cTx 5$ (2 1 1, secret Shtai D fl-^qqjj Digitized by Microsoft ® hidden one, mysterious being, secret one. 3 B 2
SH [756] SH i u"'i i=> i u"'i <=i i u"'i<=> X . lb. shta-t , _ rn shrine, sanctuary, secret chamber, coffin, sarco- i r—rç-i-fi- a 7 phagus, grave, tomb, cemetery ; ^ U • • shtai-t no CD , IV, 992, ^^ «" «DJ»VlfV ™|11ft' shrine, coffin, sarcophagus; van s=s (1(1 shta-t ™^, ™"^' vulture- Shta L~^~' ^.D. l(^^' a S0^ m mummied c-i^-,' form. Shtat no ■^é, 'T&, a title of Äapep. a 5" Shtait =5x9=, =r^ J), , Metternich vulture-goddess—a title of the goddess Nekhebit. Shtait , , Berg. II, 13, 22, B.D. 168, a form of Nut. Shta Shta-t m^ ö ,aa 147, the name of the 4th Aat. Shta-ti SB Qûfl, Tomb of Seti I, one of'the 75 forms of Râ (No. 31). Shta-ti ™^, Litanie 31, the two c ' \\ Q£^j hidden countries. B.D.G. 699, a Bubastite form of Isis. ,B.D. Shtai Tuat IV, a sailor of the boat of Râ. Shtaàb ^O, Tuat v,™' Tomb Ram. VI, 50, a warder-god. "0 Shtauàsut aa^,%jlj)j)0>T- 289> M. 66, N. 128, gods whose abodes are invisible. Shtau au \\ 1 , ^^ , B.D. 168, the gods of hidden arms. Shta-t besu S ö J H ^ Tuat x, I Sr^-iJI III the name of the 10th Gate no Shta Mesutt II I O A ! &£3 II, 11, a form of the goddess of Ament. Shtait em Tuat ^D1 , Berg. , Cairo Pap. I, 3, a being whose head was a pot of fire. nn Shta her —^, B.D. 136A, 18, a god of CT3 Mar. Aby. I, 45» n s Shtau heru saiu uatu CW..I D unseen gods who guard the ways, to proclaim. shtau Da"?k JU,PaP- 3024, 3. 11, ci £) Pff^ 1 1 1 wooden objects. 77777 t^—, shtaäaur TT ^f<®,Rec.3o, 68, part of a ship's tackle. Shta °a'%\ @ X = S the number 200; shtamuti of a bandlet. (2 Copt. cyHT- on e w 'förfitf, the name shtar oo , a betrothed virgin, bride. shti OD GD », he who is hidden, i.e., one who is in his coffin, i.e., dead; plur. dead. shti-t CD OO GD 1, the öl. A.Z. 1906, 30, a kind of cloth. , Rev. 13, 36, shti (shetti) "^ pit, hole, excavation. Shti ™(|!| |]j ^, Jour. As. 1908, 275,-- to demand, to take away. shtut 1 vv~ifv i=> OD Y\ 1, Hearst Pap. XI, 15.... shteb ™Jö. iv, 648, ™ J a, Ci Ci revolt, to tread in grain. shteb ^M» h V , to kin - *^ B S—fl" Digitized by Microsoft ®
i":w~i SH [ 757] SH nn shtob no shtom^k Rev., to be silent. y||, cage, basket. - Copt. cyeejuLpoo, -"-THM-Ska- Ptah-l.ietep XI, 13, OD i, Gol. Ham. 14, 147, to fight, to revile, to curse, to swear; compare Heb. Diofc?, Arab. V* . shtem-t™^0!. Ai ^r^lSf!'Amen-22'2°' revilings, abuse (?) .n. Rev. 14, i4,bolt(?); J^V Copt. cyxeJUL. shtem GD sheth cs=i U, P. 256, 690, , M. 780, to be covered, dressed, arrayed. sheth ^^yf, P. 539> Rec. 30, i92, M. 780, N. 1136, garment, raiment; aa ^ 111, P. 708. sheth-t aa {}, Rec. 27, 218, aa , coffin, sarcophagus. shethi-t sarcophagus. o 1 \v 1 f\ GD Shethu I a crococ seven stars of Orion ; var. (1) a crocodile-headed lion; (2) one of the GD <n (j> shethu " ^ , coffin, , Thes. 112 : îe *. OO TV W 1 Rec. 30, 193, a kind offish. **u- shet A.Z. 1873, X7, a weight = five teben. Shet ^^ Rec- 5» 93» t0 pound drugs, * nmn ' e.g.> myrrh shet-t mini, C=3 , e*=V / \_J c=3 c*=>\ ^7 mortar, grinder, II rubbing-stone. shet, shti c*=>\ u. 154, 284, 432, 470, 510, T. 22, P. 670, c^£, P. 93, ^2 a, *^_J, 211. N- "46, §()(], T.*47, w X X Love Songs 7, 8, ^. 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. 11, 117 ff.; Copt, cyixe. Shtiu *°\ (j(j *—0, deliverers. shti shti J] {J? Rec. 16, 72, title of an II Ü' official. XX^'2^'t0 g0 deeply into a subject, to study profoundly, to search magical books, to penetrate mysteries. shet ^ fa to tread out corn. shett^!=,^ Rec. 19, 16, to ' dig, to excavate. shet-ti 0 w< i, digger, excavator. shet mX , slaughter, a killing. Ol shetshet ^^^m\*&, Rev. 13,4,10 kill, to overthrow; Copt. CtjeTCtJOOT. Shet-ba shtit nvn ^ J? ' ram-god. , mast of a ship (?) ; plur. 4, 10, , Décrets 29, c=> , Leyd. Pap, 111 e 1 1 1 ' >rtVL S ( ( ( ; Copt. cyxe. shetshet-ta ™™)!]^> Lo™ Songs V, 9, the working of oars. No, IV, Q20, to suckle, to nurse, to rear a child, to train, to educate; ^^ r?\ Uli |. sucklerofthegods; ^^IT $, guardian, tutor, trustee. shet unem ^^-0-^.d^'t0 fatten- Digitized by Microsoft® 3B3
SH [ 758 ] SH shet-t ^H, 2^^' ^ubbân Stele 11, 2£» Israel Stele 7' 2 fl^T?» IV' 1104, c^>H(ü Hf, water skin; plur. >* <# 1, ^^j^B.D, 99, 18. shet-t ^,^9, 1/^"° vulva, vagina. shetshet ^ ^ C^, T. 31, 32, V- N. 201, 204, ^^^^cr^n, P. 75> M- io5> N. 17, the vulva of the sky I 1. shet H , Pap. 3024, 67, IV, 499, , farm, plot of ground, estate, ditch, dyke, an earthwork, pool, fish-pond; plur. 'g^JTiii I I I X , A.Z. 1905,9, shti-t irrigated land; plur, shti-t H \> \> I I I I , IV, 660, I Rec. 14, 107, IV, 835. AAAAAA * AAAAAA /WWW /WWVA /VA/WSA , Ebers Pap. 65, 15, <=*=>k A/WWV /WWVA , /WWVA tank, lakç, canal, water-course, cistern. shti ^flfl Ö, vase, vessel, pot. Shtit-shemä-t H h, B.D. 125, III, 18, a lake in Sekhet-Aaru. shet *~\& ^^ \J ê, *°\ * „ to read, to recite, to pray, to mutter an incantation, to pronounce letters, to declaim poetry, to strike up a tune. shet-t ° TAT" ** C*C^ , IV, 966, A.Z. 1908, 70, reading, recitation, incantation, spell, liturgy; plur Sheti re C*=V IV, 1114, a deposition Shet-kheru ^ f, B.D. 125, III: (1) one of the 42 assessors of Osiris ; (2) the god of the 13th day of the month. she« a^, — to read, to recite. shett-t ^o; shet shet ^ff, 1, recitation. to tie up in linen, to swathe a mummy. ., > , cord, band- « Ö - let, bandage; plur. *^^T i> B.M. 448. shet-t ^\, mummy. Shet^^, IV, 756, a kind of bird. shet fÜ> IV, 745, fat (of geese). shet C30 , Litanie 78, ao< X Mission I, 229, crocodile, large reptile; plur. <*=*?. X ^sss* i,Hh. 438- Slietu ^^ * , Tuat XII : (1) the eight morning stars ; (2) the constellation of the Tortoise; (3) c*=>\) a.Z. 49, 125, a "greatgod." Shet-t ^ °,P.S.B.i9,263,^% S , Rechnungen 43, a bread offering, ferment, yeast. shta (shetta) ^^f ">Rev- J4,16, cultivated lands. Shetau c=s==1 %\ Tuat x>a warder of the • ß f\ y ' lothGate. shtaqit muH, czso IL A u u ^ \ jh 'prison ; Copl ïïxeK° shtâ e*°\(] e $ a, Kev* 6' 26' "' I29 shti shti-t Ck Rev., rejected, cast down ; Copt. CtJTHOYT. shti Shtu Digitized by Microsoft ® , a.Z. 1878, 49, , pit ; Copt, cycoxe, cyurf. reward, remuneration ; ■ Copt, ctjixe. Tuat XI, a god, one of ' the 12 bearers of Mehen. CD
SH [ 759 ] SH m Shtu C*=S^% J), a god, a form of Horus. a cham- a temple. Shtep(?) ^"f B.D. 151,6, 7 v 7 D I berin a shtefi (?) w .,V,io83, shten(?) ^§fe^, b.d. 26, 5, bound, tied up ; perhaps to be read shet nett. shethu ^l\ Ö, Rec. 2, 127, ^| ^veSongss^f^f^. 219, 21, Anastasi IV, 12, 1, a kind of drink, new wine, must ; Gr. ÇvOo«. shethu1 ^l\ *, Rec. 31,27, a kind of land, dyke, bank. Sheth-t ^VQ^#œtt, canal. shetch-t r-rc-]^"^ ^ l)i a digging; fm 1 L—0 0, m 1 o 1 000 \ n _ ÖÖÖ, festival of strewing sand "1 Shetch-t -^ ° , a kind of offering. o o o Digitized by Microsoft® 3 B 4
[760] a Q, q a = Heb. p ; Copt. K and (TT 'cia.çiai^î, ^, a\X' a\> to be high, to be exalted, to be long (opposed K II a' t0 exalt't0 be exa,ted>a çj*^» u- 298, N. 1233, long (of nails or claws); A\^ II, long- p. 609. qaà 4*^0, P- i58, exalted one. qa àb zJ^\ Y ^, haughty, arrogant. qaqa àb a Henu 6, haughty, arrogant. o , Inscription of *y qa ähä 4 jf f """J^, Metternich Stele 88, o A !k Q e Ï fl n 'a very'very long life* , IV, 1077, the height of heaven. D a a a qaremen Y e^a ~-d, Iv» ">3i. high ji /WWW of shoulder, i.e., stiff-necked. Qa khâ 4^ S, A.Z., 1897, 98, "high crown," a title of Tirhakah. qa kheru a^ J ^^, IV, 988, À I 1$, loud-voiced; fern. ^] Q, ^ qa sa 4 Y fl Ö J§, IV, 968, high-backed, i.e., stiff-necked, obstinate. qa qa (qaui) ^ ^ in ^\\ *^t^v B.D. 149, IV, 1, two very high , w , yr ' mountains. Qa 4*^ Y2 c?)> exalted one, a god. Qaà ^^^fl^^fje^.^e^, B.D. 150, a god. Qa-àb-nti-menàu 4 Y » \\ /WWW A ^O ^MSl Ombos II, 134, a mythologi- H J? I SO /T cal being. ^Mt^^Ä of the arm. Qa-t-ä a xr-i , Tuat I, one of the 12 goddesses who opened the Gates of the Earth to Râ. . Qa-âau a Y ^T* & J), Denderah IV, 62, a bull-god with a loud voice. Qa-ba ^M*V All^< Tomb Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Râ (No. 59). Qa-t-em-àakhu-s a 1hT Y <— ^b* —«—, Tuat I, one of the 12 goddesses of the Gates of the Earth ; var. Y ° Ö f|. © III , Tuat Qa-[t]-em-sepu-s Y 1 XII, a fire-goddess. Qa-t-em-sekhem-s Y^'—Q H Tuat I, a goddess in the Tuat. Qa-meri-mut-f Y:e=ei\\ °,Thes. 120, one of the 36 Dekans. Qa-mertU-neb Y "^ ^K ^^, Denderah II, 10, a god. Digitized by Microsoft®
Q, [ 761 ] a F^flj. Ombos II, Qa-neb-m'ka-ba-f Y u fll u , Berg. I, 23, a bird-god. Qa-ha-hetep ^|flrD^f^ , B.D. 149, the god of the 8th Aat. Qa-her-àat-f^lf (j^^. *-=--, B.D. 125, III, 15, a title of Osiris. Qa-t-kheru, etc. a "^ Y il I etc., B.D. 145 and 146, the 10th Pylon Qaserpit aX 133, a goddess. Qa-shuti^lfl^Mip, Hymn Darius, 37, the god of the high plumes (Àmen-Râ). Qa-shefshef Y ™ ™, Tuat xil, ZJ^,TiU^^ 7 4"p 1, a sailor-god who attacked Äapep with his paddle. Qa-tem-t ^=>$j^ a chamber in Ament. A N- 663' <^^J' Rec- So» 189, PaP- 3024, 59, ^, ^,, *\£. 4^^ ,/) , hill, high ground, high place. qaqa ^là^làT'13-0-17'9'^ ^^c£^>hi,1> h»ghPlace- qa-t a M. 440, N. 941 =^^!j °» p- J74, N. 941, , Tuat IX, , U. 229, A \^ , IV, 974, U. 494, T. 235 = A ^ (](] h !, high land, *>., the Nile banks above the river ; plur. 1 1, zi ^sS, Y 1 ; Copt. K^eie. qa-t 4^ ^ ^, high, fine building. qa-t 3 , height (in the sense of length). Songs 2, 4, zl -•-M o I H I !, Hymn Darius 23, the land high above the surface of the Nile ; Copt. K<U6, KOI. high place; and see A /fi\ y^- qai en änkh a\^{ * — f "£\ " hill of life "—a name of the territory of the temple of Denderah. Qa A ^ /\ , N. 767, a title of Temu. god of Creation. , a (J(J <=> ^/J, B.D. 1, the high place on which the god of creation stood. B.D. 17, 9, a hill in Khemenu on which the heavens rested. qaqa |^^ ness, obscurity. c=$=*, night, dark- , form, manner; var. A (I \i con- qa a qaà 4^(j dition, form, image, manner, aspect, phase, qaunemi^Jflf %^^_ß. food; Copt. (TirtoTüOJUL ; qa surà a HIPPIE* qaà en ret 4^(] | drink ; Copt. »• Rev. 13» "9> I U I c^> « growth ; Copt. 0 y cTmpüox. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q [762] Q V nJ\ V^ i, the condition of working men. qai en menmen a ^^ Rev. ii, 141, condition of Win' quaking (of the earth). _ A qai en qenqen a A AvWvAA t J!, Rev. ir, 141, combat qa-t a xX <=>, Rev., food. qai a •H- À men. 23, 17, plate, ü ' vessel of,food. A A = or A A qaqa^zi = unem to eat. - qa, qaa ^^C3, zi^^*, Metter- nich Stele 215, Hymn Darius 22, A \\ K\ ^^\ B.D. 64 (Nebseni), 40, A^^O, B.D. 64 (Nu), 15, to be putrid, foul, corruption, to vomit; compare Heb. fc^j?- qaut(?) ^^I J> j. Iv> 876> foes> enemies, filthy folk. qa ^"^^>g°at' CoPl- (^e- qaa^^rf'ReC-29,I5s5hrPuebty: a seed or fruit used in medicine. qaqa a , a seed or fruit. qaqa ^^^^ Ö, Hearst Pap. 1, 17, a medicinal decoction made from A ^ A ' qa-t, qaa-t a , T. 200, N. 791, %, T. 162, M. 176, , bolt j plur. , N. 688, A ■; Copt. KXXe qaqa ^^««.^^^ è^, boat, barge; see >jgg; ^J>^ A Ck , state barge; Arab. «UxfcJ»' qaqa a ^a ^ ®-, B.D. (Saïte) 64, 25, to peep, to look at, to pry into. Rec. 21, 14, 79, 92, A.Z. 1899, 145, by, near. qaas a x , 4 1 x^' da- to bind, to fetter; see A ods fetter. qaä Zl^KX Of", to vomit; see f*i Heb. ^(?); Arab. sls'j Eth. +J?^ : qaâu zi spittings, vomitings, U. 333-5- Qai ^ m 11 or E,D" I45'45: (l) a fire-god; (2)a god of ^^ , Mar. Aby. I, 45. Qaiqashau ^^fjfj^^M^ ^ ^ J Harris I, 77, 3, name of a tribe or I 21 1 ' people. »^AV p-l8<t. ^A^> T. 221, N. 897, 4^^^], Rec. 26, 65, -Mfl'^A^^^c.,6,65. , U. 469 ; A g > xoo Q£4, height of the ridges of the land above the river ; see A qauath 4^^) ^, A.Z. 1899, 36, a title of a craftsman. w. © W 1 3, boat, barge; plur. zl qaur (qar) a 1 111 Mar. Aby. I, 8, 85. A 1 1 1 1 Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q [ 763 ] Q (2 qaur *^ V '"""-**' * i, transport man, carrier; plur. 4 ^ ^ ^^tô '» LD- "I. Mon, carriers by boat, gold-carriers. qaus a k^P x L-fl , to bind, to fetter 3 5ec Jlù qautâ-t A ^ I (j J^_, Koller i, 5> weapon (?), part of the equipment of a chariot. to double, to multiply, to be bowed (of the legs); Copt. K(JO&. crushed, overwhelmed, doubled over oneself. B.D. 146, XV, 39, the middle of anything; emqab ^ ^ J^. within; com- pare Heb. ^")u?5-. intestines, interior of the body; Heb. ^Oj?. qabu 4*^ J^^, p. 345, A \\sT$sm.TStsw. tmm, M. 646, ^^s\ \ % ^ Rec. 26, 79, S, the fo,ds.0^ a serPent> 111 111 windings, coils. Qab ^^s\ JI^S^,' N-96l> the windings of the lake of Kha Qabi *\ J117««' a mythological serpent. qab en Âmentt a (w\ T==T uofln, , the innermost part of the Other World. qab-t 4*^ Jç, A J l£ X , breast, breasts of a woman, nipple; Copt. eKI&e, Kiqi. AAA/WA Qab-t-ont-Shu, etc. <d%v J S III, 31, the doorkeeper of the hall of Maäti. qab zl^ J , pot, vessel. <(p *&, A.Z. 1908, 132, qafl a w Anastasi I, 11, 4, to be choked, suffocated. qamài^|()()o, ^|()(]° Qambasutnt (?) ^^vlfe?'?1^ -vAAAAA m} Stele of Nàstasen, Cambyses ; Pers. Bab. y 4x &- -tf«& £tj?. Recently doubts have been cast upon this identification. >5L_J, to weep, qamtet (?) a to mourn, to lament. qamtet a 41, A qan-t a 2,3» A U. 269, A.Z. 1910, 129; see A a \s^ o , <==> >o^ ; Copt. KXXe, KeXXi. 1, A.Z. 96, 1, mourners. n, Rechnungen XVII, /VA/WSA o , bolt ; plur. A qanr, qanr-t a ... \>A /VA/VNAA <; ^y TT- ^1 /VAftAAA« , , , ç , 1 Leyd. Pap. 44, A ef\ /VAAAAA ^r I ^1 /VA/WJ III I I ' earth, dust, dirt; Copt, xmipl (?) qanrai (?) a bolts; Copt. KXXe. /VA/WSA <; III I lllll qar a qar-t ^ \> , hole, hollow. , B.D. 180, 11, a pit in the Tuat wherein souls lived. qarr a %v ^^ <==> c~d , A.Z. 1874, 65, cellar, chamber. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q ^û^, boat, barge. [764] qar a qarr ^J&^i005' * ^jszc, boat, barge, flat for transport qaru 4u' ^SjS?-A <rr> v^ f » Xr^j carriers, metal carriers ; plur. A \^ ... »f !, /4 %v <==> L»=5 Kubbân Stele 10. qar a N. 615,A /TVs Rec. 30, X85, basket, U ' bundle. qar a ra , Anastasi I, 7, 5, the last word of a book. qar-t a plur. a o , P.S.B. 13, 412, bolt; , A Ck I o Rcc. 15, 67, frog; r ' Copt. KpOYp. d>. 111 JSÊ& » 11 sj-^ I 'qarr^^ö, Qarr ^"^^=> i<=> 1 f^ ^, "Frog man"—a proper name; Copt. KpOYp. qarr ^IkTTfl i>burnt offer- ings ; Copt. (TXlX. A I qarr , collar ; Copt. kX<lX. qarr a ^ — — J a, to be light, swift, weak; compare Heb. v ^p. qarau ^"T^S^ ^ ^J V ^ "^ $T' ^^t» vvea^> delicate; qerà <tj\\j^\ qerr ^ &* | a. qarmätaz!^^^]!)^, Mar. Kam. 55, 62, foreskins. qarnatà^^iy^.Mar. ibid. 54, 55, ^^> ^ ] (j «, ibid. 54, 50, 51, P.S.B. xo, X50, Rec. 22, 70, Thes. X201, a V m ??ç 'Rousé I,H'I43'37' foreskins; Ks&IT? ^ISM 1 hi5 compare Heb. HT"^. qarhutà zi^ ^ ■ *"] i] ? ^> a metal pot ; Heb. ri)T?î2, Copt. (TêJkê>.g/ \\ (1- burial. ► I , ground, \\ o =>i s T qars.t|. qarret zi earth, street (?) ; var. A qartâ^4.)(),^rerb.;nCi: iartâ ^^"1C %T] 1 :• ring, seal ring. qartchan ^ ( l\ D > AZ' Deut. xix, 5, Isaiah x, 15. jp axe ; Heb. Qahaqu A \ m \ A ) $ 1, Harris I, 76, 6, 78, xo, Anastasi I, X7, 4, name of a tribe or people. cut stones, masonry ; var. ^ X mna. ,A © , Rec. 37, 2i, to break, to tame lions, to fetter; see^^^\)/ "kC;CoptKuj&- qaha zl K\. W* Iks, v3r7*\ fetters, shackles, _M& E _ffi^ 111 instruments of imprisonment. ® j|, light, fire(?); Copt. Küü^X. qaha a "^ #" ^j\ ÎR !, parched, dried. qahau-t^f^|pwi„. dows (?) openings for light or heat. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q, [765 ] Q, break in, to fetter. heave up, to vomit ; see A (I I jt". qas zl"^ P@, U. 510, P. 204, N. 761, P'T-"»'kPil'^P* S—fl' 1 (® » <® L-Ü, zi x L^' qass-t zi ; var. A >>A !\ v to tie, to bind, to fetter. PP^, fetter, bond, tie; plur. ^ ^ ^ « . qasu 4^ [1 <®<® <®, T. 310, p. 550, 609, N. 806, ^^^^ §^,T. 234, P. 610, ^P^m'Rec-3°'66'3I'I5'%P^i' P%^> ^~*~%f> bonds, I Jr in' .m 11 Jr 111' fetters, ties, bindings. qas zi P1 8 E vi ; see 4M Ql' fl! qas a qas zi qasau ^ é I Y I, a rope ladder (?) m and zl 13, bone, the- planks of a Qaq a punon ^Ikl Qatà zi iir boat (?) A, N. 767, a proper name (a , P. 282, ^^)i^> M. 525, N. 1106, a god. qatartà ^ 1^'fe^^a I \u °, incense; Heb. rntop, Assyr. ku-ta-ru ££$ s£ÏÏT till- qathaur |of ^. |)f V{/ „ t ^^ Piehl, Sphinx 2, 7, the whole, ji <rr>' altogether; Gr. Kaff S\ov. qathre-t ^j^ ~ "7~ ^ vi,,ase> small town ; Heb. rp")fp, qat-t 4^ <=> % T. 35, N. 133, 4^f'M-116, ^^T^'grass' stubble; plur. a : Arab. A-iJ. Oat yi^fK ^^^ $ Litanie 80, a form of ^ ' ^ m * ÎU' the Sun-god. qa*^T1'heat'firc- qatit^œ(|(|^, aankind(?of qatcha^^^,^^", Amherst 1, ^^^|^^^> Anastasi I, 24, 3, thorns, scrub, stubble, " bush " ; Heb. yp. A.Z. 1905, 103, mud, rubble. qatchatcha a a kind of cake, loaf. qatchatcha a to hew; Heb. yjp. qatchauar^M^k£]"k m il l X w 111 , oil, unguent. qatchamâr (?) 4*^1 w w . 8, 4 i ft, a kind of stuff for clothing. Qatcharti^^,^ ^£, Anastasi Pap. I, 23, 6, a chief of Asher. qatchah *\l^Z)<*J}, *<>"& LH. II, 125, to smash, to break, to scatter. Pap. 3024, 50, Peasant 41, A (I <2 tj l\, form, manner, state, condition ; plur. A (I l| ^J I, A.Z. 1905, 24, divine forms ; Copt. (Jl-It-. ^ A \ \ \ ' ^°Ur' E'A' nI' I03' with 1\ , all at once. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q, [ 766 ] Q qâ n semt a A U il W C^^ü, Kubbân Stele 12, the manner of the country. qâu zl U %> -^, to wake up (?) qâh ^(j |~-J> x to stretch out the hands • in prayer. , to tie, to bind, to fetter; = Z1 X under the L—4' ban. qâs ^(jfl^ see^flL^;. qàS A f\ fi /"*", zl (j (l |g>, to vomit, to overflow, efflux. Qàtmus a (| Ä»^ ^ P ^' Rec 6, 6, the name Cadmus. A % /**> to vomit. 4 -^, A.Z. 1900, 30, A ^ ^ f ' qâ qa @ /+! f I, vomit, sickness. , B.D. i45li84 -A A qa nnm, 0, n 000 IUI o a o , a kind of precious stone ; see A (I (I ° and SJ qä-hat 0 *®, Rec. 23, 201, well-pleased, -A I content, agreeable (?) ; Copt. £.K£/TH. qäf û^ fl, side. A . Ä Tuat VII, a god fettered by Qân * qâr A the Hour-gods. Al A I yX I A , driver (?); "lur-_l, 7 11V^ Rev. 6, 81 ; see AZ7 qär " " (1(1 e *&, Rev. 14, 20, a fiend (?) qâh J^l ^,P. 173, 1312, P. 646, r> fl, , N. 940, r> fl, 5 o ., Ebers Pap. 38, 5, to thrust with a horn, to stretch out the hand and arm ; fU-Uf^ 124. qâh ^l ? I' — Stele 132, II I' . r> Q Ç, arm, shoulder; dual ~_ü . A 8~-J ~_J 1 1 1 1 1 1 c A ~_J 1 1 1 l^^i, Herusàtef , A \ ^ ? ; Copt. Ke& in KeXeitKe&, KeXev Ke&. qâh ^ § \ U. 577, the tip [of a horn]. Qâh-àabti J^$~~^ ~ n xx ~_j , B.D. 1, 21, the left shoulder of Osiris. qâhu A \ \~-h, the mar&in °f ,a o a JL <=>^ book. &* 1A 7Î-Iv- 6«> _1 ^_J \> A.Z. 35, 18, L.D. Ill, 229c, o^_J, , *' ■ O I elbow, bend of a river, angle, corner, coign ; ^Ji\~jf j |> Herusàtef Stele 13, A £j5 , Nàstasen Stele 17, the four quarters of the country or of the world ; Copt. KOO^. qâhu VMM , Kubbân Stele 30, P. iii6b, 30, applied to tanks in which fish are kept. Ä^J n~3 Rec. 13, 19, 14, 14, earth, ^=0 III' ground; Copt. K£.&. qâh qâq AXJA Rev. 12, 49, to cry out, cry ; Copt. K£.K. qi A (|(l ( , Rev. 11, 139, with **»*, state, condition, mode, manner; Copt, tf"^.,, CT"lIt. A Qi " (1(1 jjj, a title or name of a god. qi en àri menkh-t a (1(1 % *a/wsa 0 Canopus Stele — tÔv atoXiaiiov. ® o I qi en Àst 4 (j(j | *~w* j ^, Rev. 2,351, ceremony in honour of Isis. qi en änkhzi(](l U *~™* \7 ■¥■ ®,Rev., I living; Copt. ÉTmumgJ. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q, [ 767 ] Q, qi on borâ a Rev. 2, 351, " la mise en livre." qitekh^y qi A \ J'f^i' °^ Q celebration of the Oiii' drink festival. a kind of mineral unguent or incense. p? I o o o qi 4 M <â ©, 4 flfl ©, Rev. i2, 9r, ^«^.^IS-^WkÏS qi zi 11 «X qim 4 Qitaui • zi^ w n « « « to be high, exalted. r n Rev. 12, 61, to move, ' to shake. a mythological serpent. 7MM, qu zi%A,IV' II3°* a kind of bread> ququ ^^^%,n' Rec- x5i I02> a kind of fruit, palm nuts (?) ; Gr. KovKio(popov. qu-t A J>^,, farm» gran8e- qu A \\ , Thes. 1481, to attack (?) au a \\ ^ ^'^*l^1' 5' parts °^tbe body _ü III' of the infernal Tortoise. A ^\ W Gardiner, Theban H Ä ^V Ostraka 70, a fish. Rev. 11, 184, little one; Copt. KOYI. quaa <2 qui e auaup-t ^D ° Rev. 12, 71, the H H ^ (0(0 Em^' hoopoe. |||'<a o o o qunek^^ HI.e.T.'e bread, food. A \\ -^""^1 qur r . 1, boats, barges. (2 <^> 1 n • ' I quru zl ^S j. . *H I, porters, boatmen. qur-t zl % <=Z> Ö, Zl V> Ö, a fruit. qus-t aÇ\Ê ssr^J ^ é , Rec. 14, 46, a measure ; Gr. x°"ç, Copt. ZHC. qeb, qebb a J, ^$ J, u- "» 33, 79, 344, 4 ] (v 1 ^ D fi ft— » ^ AAAAAA »Y AAAAAA ,WWVA' ^ J J Y TT> p- Irr6», 36, Israel Stele 23, to be cool, to refresh oneself, the opposite of mSA ^; iMIa c°01'>lacc; Copt. K&£., X&°&, KH&- qeb hat 4 MB O, coflo1 of, h^rt' "? ' JJIX I inflamed with wrath. qebserefzij[5 P^f|fl^,lv,97o, Thes. 1481, a man who blows hot and cold alternately. ftAAAftA ftAAAftA qebb-t^jj^=)^jj^fi Rec. 29, 147, something cool, quiet speech. qebu, qebbu a J ^\ (6 ^, 4 J /vw^va, Love Songs 7, 8, cool water. qebb a i) i)S, a tank of c00i ^f' ^ J1J1 1 1 1 the Nile. qebbu a J J j^, dykes. qeb, qebb 4 J 2^3, zi J J 2^2, cool breeze, a refreshing, a cooling. qeb meh. a J 2^3 c*=>^ x^3, the cool north wind. qebui a J ^ ^ |, Rec. 18, 165, -J^"^^i'the,northwin^ Qeb ^3^2!,Berg. I, 35,^Jfv^, A J J), the god of the North Wind. qeb A J f, 4 Je %A J g,;,, a tree or plant from which oil is extracted ; plur. a\ A 1, Rec. 2, 107. qebâk^jj^,"8-'-o,er^i„d qeb A J m , IV, 1162, oil, jars of oil. qeb a \ G, A h ö,Thei)an ?-traka B' Jl Jl 6, pot, jar, vase. qeb 4JE» ^Js' ôs' the innermost part ; Heb. l"Tp. aeb-t a \Ie=d ° sPhinx 2, 8o» intestines, mou ^ Jj , , , m ' bowels, the viscera. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q [768] Q qebu „ J f^, «* tatomal coils^a gebnl ^ j "*»*_ Az ^ 8> ^ j ^ the name of a many-coiled mythological serpent. Qeb zij qeb ziJE^D, ^jl^^^' Amen. 6> 9» to double, to increase ; Copt. KCüß. qeb A J , circuit, company, group, order, series ; A J ^=3 ~vwsa=== SJr @} IV, 39, the circuit of the Delta; zlj^=3 '???ilvi 926, the circle of the smeru; A J @ ■ Qf, A \ ?==r> \> qû , the great assembly. qebu zl J ^ 1, group of people, company , multitude; A J ^ wfc 1, Coronation Stele 3, companies of soldiers. Qeb-Amentt a J ^ \ ^, B.D. iB, 8, 17, 46, the abode of the heart of Osiris. qeb renput zij^^^d"!"0 ' , Rec. 32, 179, doubler or multiplier of years, a divine title. qeb-t A J <?, MetternichStele 144, A J\n , aim, shoulder, breast, teat, nipple, throat, gullet. qeb-t A \\ , A \ ° , a mineral earth. qeba ^J^L-J,Rev. 12,50,^ jj^ 3>-), Rev. 12, 46, to take vengeance. Qebak ^^1 Thes- 8l8> Rec- l6> Io6> ,vz^* I ' a goose-god. qebà-t ^J(j^, ^J S &, garment, shirt ; Copt. KO&I. qebi a }\\, * J ^, Amen. 8,2, a 1)/1/]<^$V Jour- As- I9°8' 256> t0 vex' J Hi ^ M ' to tease ; Copt. KOOOO&e. qebqebi-t a J a J ^., Amen. 24,10, ^JkJII^' ^J^J!]!]0^>to overthrow, to defeat, to massacre ; Copt. CTlK^lK. J/VAAAAA "yf?r., a ship of Byblos. Qebr A !)<^1, Rev- «• -3 -,**"« Ji I the Great One. qebh a Jj(1, $> $Ä>t0 COül> t0 be cool, to refresh oneself. qebh A j]|@®0, coolness, refreshing. qebh-t kcr^' ' / lic-D'lilies' Rec. 31, 32, place of coolness, bath, sanctuary ; , bath-master. , Rec. 6, 12, qebhu y /VVWSA m?*j libationer. IA /VA/VNAA /^ I qebh-tà A J] | ß 11 (1, T. 292, libationer (?) Qebhit^J||o,P-^)theigoddS Qebhit ^J§U!)0ß^> the goddess on the royal crown who brought cooling. libation vase. Rec. 27, 222, cool water, libation, the watery mass of heaven, the celestial abyss ; A J x viV îJ4^SlthecoÊlpn„:f WW /VA/WSA /VAAAAA , /VAAAAA /VAAAAA /VA/WSA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA , /VA/WSA ^AAAAA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA *aaaaa ^\ , the Cataract region, the lands flooded by the Nile, the great deep of heaven. qebh ^Jfß^^^J ©> with waterfowl. 148, A.Z. 1910, 133, zl , waterfowl. /VA/WSA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA pond or lake 1, Rec. 29, 1 Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q, qeboh-ti ^JIV(5^(^^. fowler, marsh-man. Qebhu a J g N. 147, ^Jj( N. 784, 1169, a , U. 483, M. 393, > P. 154, A , Hh. 325, /saaaaa /VA/VNAA «SAAAAA [ 769 ] Q, a •ee. qebta 4 0 0 Hec. 2, ro9, to be stopped JJL—/) up, choked. qebti a 11 ° , IV, 1126 - ^ Bö, the *£ \\ vw» ^3 \\ /VAAAAA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA ^1 J x ^ , A.Z. 1906, 130, the sky, heaven Qebhit (5^. j|^, ß V N. 1163, Jûv^j, M. 795, 825, N. 1317, a goddess, the daughter of Anubis. Qebhit-urit * Sfôlr, Beig.11,1j3, a • oXIàf=^i' form of Nut. Qebh - neteru - He -1 ml Palermo Stele, the name of a temple. Qebh-senu-f 1|||«—, U. 2,9) t. 60, n. 1294, jy-w-J ' ''^»(v^w-JÛI'1', v y /vAAAAA 11 n jjj, a son of Horus, god of the western heaven and earth and protector of the liver and gall-bladder. Qebh-senui-f |J||^ ^: (i) the god of the 4th hour of the night; (2) fö ! ! ' ' , Py V 1^S7, the god of the 7th day of the month. Qebh-senuf a ISß^IIl**- *ü A I A /WV\AA û û Û B.D. 99, 22, a bolt-peg in the magical boat. «w* GSED SA- the name of the pyramid tomb of Shepseskaf. qebes a J fl^,» R°ugé i.h. 11, 126, A m to subdue, to tie, to fetter, to con- ' quer; Heb. EÜg a tree. title of an official ; see qenbet. qepag ^"^ Q ^, to dance, dance. qef-t qefqef , an unveiling. A A Ô, Rec. 24, 163 qef, qefau J\ £_i*\, ^r£*> Rec- 35> 5^> <4 H2i> J£JL> Metternich Stele 122, !> power, strength, confidence, magical power. © qefa-t vfy, Love Songs 2, 12, wooden bolts or bars(?) A h S qefa (L , Jour. As. 1908, 256, to 1 ob, to assault; Copt. KUXJOqe. qefen *dL, U. 569, *iL <4, P. 426, AAAAAA /VAAAAA M. 610, N. 1214, to clasp, to enclose. aefen ^rsT*l to build a house, to set up qefen-t «£_ *tt , R 2a*> M- 34*, N. 869, ^ ^aaaaa vw vulva, vagina. , Rechnungen 37, to be hot, to bake. qefen 1> A /VA/WSA A Ö Rec. 3, 56, _^ g=n, sacred cake or bread. Qefnu .4 0 A/WSA (£ B.D. 142, II, 10, a city of Osiris. Qeftenu / £ f^f an ^'S00' ^^ Ö monkey. qeften sacred monkey ; plur. Digitized by Microsoft ® ftAAAAA 0 e 3 c
Q [ 770 ] Q Qeftenu /VA/VNAA B.D. 42, 28, 153B, 9, an ape-god who worked the net of the Akeru-gods. qem a ^ = £=d ^11. t0 brinë to an end, to complete. |, to find; Copt. CTlfte. qem Qem-baiu-s ^y ) of a festival. Qem-baiu set ) name of Hathor ; var. A^ qem zi ^o , the name , a title or O ^ Rev. 13, 9, to behave or !T' act in a seemly manner. I3,15,1 T^^' reed; Plur- 1 Ï %* m' A.Z. 1908, 121, J k%? \Ü, Rec. 3, 50; var. a o papyrus nilotica ; Heb. N?pà ajk^' Eth.^ô: qema 3, % "| |\^ u ^J, Rev. 13,94, reed, coarse grass ; plur. ^4 Rec. 3, 49; Heb. NQà. qemama ^ ni ^, reed. qema 3 i> Nâstasen Stele 35, meadow, garden ; Copt. (TcüJUL, (TutfJUie, cyujJUL (?) qema a\ u. 361, 3^|, A.Z. 1910, i33^]|,3],3^,B.D.(Todt,N.) throw, to hurl, to cast away, to throw a boome- rang; var. 3 "^ ^ 1 qemau a\ %, u- 461, boomerang, I Jl weapon. qema *! f\ ° /£v t0 overturn, to over- IJ^e ^V" throw. qema 3 1» to work in metal. qemau 3 ") 777 = 3 woodcutters (?) miners (?) qema 3 ^ u. 382, a\ |, iv, 967 J^^wQQ 1 lr\ 1 't0 make»t0 fashion> to form to create, to beget ; 3 ^ ^ "| ^\ ^°^ , B.D. 113, 2, created by a word «ema-t ^y, 3^y fl, 3,^ 1JL'] °>1V',o44'3^kk 1W product, natural product, natural disposition. qemaiu 3^()()^^ fl !, created beings or things, creation. qemau ^4 ^\ ^\, creator' g°d. of — rm _n creation. Qemau ur 3 ^ ] ^ ^ ' Great Creator; plur. 3 1 ]^ j ^ ^ Rec. 31, 27. qemai-t *| 1^ ()(j oj, corn, grain. qema, qemam 3 ) f > .f4 1 B.D. 142, VI, 18, Metternich Stele 2, 3> t\ 1, l^-3MüW3kk J s£\4 , statue, form, image. • 3 • 3 qema-ti _3 ^ rjf» statue, image, form. qemam3^fl, 3^ lW i*k^fi£ 3^ Vs. ^S\ L-=Z1, to form, to fashion, to create. qemamu(?) 3^Y| W_ 3-^ K ^11W i>Love Sonss 4-2- Digitized by Microsoft®
Q [ 771 1 Q, 3^kl^fli'3V=V^ i'3^K^i-CrealedthiXingnsd ;y^, Rec,6, qemam-t a 57, mother, parent. Qemamu ^^^l^, B.D. 179, 2, the Creator. qemamu 3,^ ^ ^, something wrought, worked (of metal). • Rec. 33, 7, workers in wood or ! > qemamu 3 qemam 3 1907, 123, to move j Copt. K\JtX qemamtiu A © metal. , A.Z. ^0 I, wail- \\2i l ings, wallers, those who lament ; see qemtiu l \\ qemat _3 \ Qb, to lament, to moan, to groan; varr, qemà a | (j, I v, 63 ^"4,;,-41,;,-411,;- Koller 4, 2, «4 o, A.Z. 1905, 15, A .» ^ o 1 n ° I, Love Songs 1, 7, A V S , \> I 6 & III an Arabian gum or resin ; Copt. KOJULH, Gr. vo/t/tï (gummi), Herodotus II, 86,96; A l) _ 1, the finest qemai. qemài ^Q M\ o, 4 preparation of qemai ; var. «4 qemai-t ent änti a Ö j, a liquid (W\AAA ^ www 000 O o o, IV, 329, the gum of the myrrh tree. Ill ar^ö, qemàit khentiu a Rec. 22, 103, a drug. qemà-t A V U ^. cut, wound, hole, slit, qemà-ti A V U °, statue, image, form, qemä Aj & t0 sinß or P^y an instru" ♦-' Hi' ment ; see ßhemä. qemä } —o^ %*, iv, 61, *| ^, ] ^> BL>- (Saïte)r63' 8> empty> helPless(?); qemi 1 unguent, gum. Qemi ^^f)!)11^1. Rev- m, »6, the land of the South—Upper Egypt. A.Z. 1908, 121, to see, to look, to perceive. leaves, leaf-work. qemhu ^^f ^Ô'T- 57, M. 217, N. 588.41 Ô-4UÔ.'k*$ï- ^ SV^ l± A. bread made of fine flour; compare Heb. JlDp, Arab, .3, Syr. «rn-nn Eth. +^>rh : c!emhi:t^|(j(j?,^h3,t.67.finre qemhu 1 ^ ^, crown of the head. " He who sees "—a title of Horus and Kâ. qemqemut a |\ a f\ q Z, Rev. 14, 11, tambourines; Copt. KeJULKGJUL A qemt qemtiu ) M- image, statue; var. ^1! w 1, wailings, wailers, those who lament or groan ; var. Aj? \V qemtU(?) ) ^ ^ ^, inert, help. less, weak or feeble men ; var. A^ Vv Aft 1. qemt a J^^[> Rec- 34, 178, a ^* i, A.Z. 1870, 171, 1, to weep, to wail, to lament. Digitized by Ivncrosoft ® 3 c 2
Q [ 772 ] Q qemtch a T "^ t0 ,ament't0 weeP»t0 I ( ' wail. qen, qenu Axö, *^%> Ö I A I A Ü A fk X X I , I , AAAAAA /WWAA Y*\ X I 0 1 ill 4 /VWVAA 0 <? Ij, ^^ many ; aaa/wv , w ' ö e Tri i i i X 4 , X 4 X I • AAAAAA ■ W— L_/)i Ö Sm' ftAiwvA v^Xr-w-, much, qen, qeni /VAAAAA /VA/WSA , very great many O III 4 X A A A /VAAAAA AAAAAA , /VAA/V 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. qenà-t A \ ^ , p. 662, 780, M. 773, /WW\A I •—^ wounded, stricken, beaten. qenu *£+* \\ x A -, /WSAAA A r « A /VAAAAA V /I /WW\A Ö <2 4 -, . /VAAAAA .strong, Ö X «4 Ö X bold, brave, mighty, fight, battle, victory, the prize of victory. qen~t( /vaaaaa strength, valour. 4 ww t -fl, might; power, qen /VAAAAA /WW\A /WW\A 1 , /VAAAAA /WW\A warrior, soldier, man of war; plur. *a/wsa^\ Vra 1, T,r A <B> 4\ Ö JTSU 1 IV, 975, /WS/WA y *r^( III, cavalry. qeni JÏL% fl}a strüng man, something \\ ' strong. qeni-t 00 ...» troops, braves, forces. /WW\A I I II I Qen-àb-f A /WW\A Qen-Âmen A /WW\A I B.D. 39, 15, a storm- god. A it^h the name of a qenn JL* /VAAAAA A A ft/WW\ ■ — - — It j ft/WW\ ft/WW\ t-fl, Mwn' horse of Seti I. A /WW\A /WW\A 4 X , Peasant 46, /WW\A AAAAAA qenqen ftA/WNA rWWAA S—fl , Rec. 21, 97, Nàstasen Stele 46, X <J.A- men. 12,5, X AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA 4 4 f . 4 4 X I „ „ v -/1, - 1, Koller 2, 4. AAA/WA /VA/WSA /VAAAAA /VAAAAA t , *| I «4,4 X 4 «4 o M? " nnr j. v^> Love Son8s 3> 3» U U n ill I /VAAAAA /VAAAAA ,\ _/J <d -d ci x to beat, to strike, to fight, beat- L—fl' ing, fight, battle. qenqenu(?) ^ ^ X, IV, 668, broken pieces, fragments. 4 AAAAAA AAAAAA qenqennu sàtef Stele 78, 82, fight, battle AAAAAA AAAAAA " ö^^yeru- , a wooden qenqeni-t tool used for beating. qenqeniu A A Û!)^>X, tools or /VAAAAA /VAAAAA II /I III instruments used in beating, mallets. qenqen-[t] A A n, Hh. 559, a /VAAAAA /VA/WSA place of beating, torture ground. Qenqentiu ^ ^ \ 3 j, Hh. 366, a group of gods. qen C 9, Nàstasen Stele 33 /VWWv , I I 4 /VAAAAA /VAAAAA X C5 , to injury, suffer injury or calamity. Q 6H - t >AAAAA >jj AAAAAA /VAAAAA eSY wrong, mibfortune. qenu *cp , *aaaaa "^^ê-, iv, 1109, ^aaaaa ^é, ^, defeat, weakness, misfortune, injury, damage, famine, calamity, offence, violence, murder (?) j IV, 968, violent men, 1 ' wrongdoers. A X /VAAAAA <r. A Ö %*' A /VAAAAA Ö qenu qen, qeni A O, A AAAAAA AAAAAA Copt. Kerti. z3 qenn C3, to bë fat j _ L.D. HI, 194, 35, to be fat ; Copt. Kerme, Knne. A A A A Ö AAA/VAA /VA/WSA kjl Rhind Pap. 34, to eat, to feed. qenqen /VA/WSA /VA/WSA qen f 3 *=$, Àmen. 14,16, Digitized by Microsoft ® Qenqentt /VAAAAA , waterflood. B.D. no, 38, a god- ' dess in Sekhet-Aaru.
a Q, f 773 ] Q, a A A AAAAAA Q,GHQ.OH"t ( ?) AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA } H.D. I I O, . £ü Ci AAAAAA a lake in Sekhet-Aaru. qon /vwNAA, Rec. 8, 134, Leyd. Pap. 14, 11, i , **~™ L—Û, X>, to make < 0 Ü ^ U Ö (â AAAAAA JT perfect, to finish, to make an end of, to complete, refined (of metal) ; Copt. KHK. i 1 | *i 111 [' qen-t ,, ~ = _ , estate, landed property. , Pap. 3024, 97, IV, 655, remote qen-tiu ends of the earth, boundaries Qenti (?) A \\ (W\' land (?) qenti "~^ Q^ IV» ^ = semti» tvv0 c \\ Q^û' hi" lands or deserts. , twisters of r\/\/)' qennui ö aaaaaa yarn (?) weavers (?) qen l_+_l ■[>, Leyd. Pap. 10, 5, AAAAAA T,T A Ö ,, ^ IV. 1104, , Rev. 11, 109, mat, carpet, AAAAAA (2 rug, sack ; g/w£ -fj- aaaaaa of1» Rec* 5» 9°> a palm-leaf mat ; Copt. (TboTrte. qen,qenu A ft,^f>, ^f> ^ 4=2-, AAAAAA AAAAAA «4 A A ci seat, chair of state, J£=3_' throne, couch, litter. throne bearers (?) qen-ti *"w^ \^ ç, body, belly. \\ qen-ti (?) \\ a plant or seed used in medicine, reed (?) qenn, qenna AAAAAA çj, IV, 1146, reed ; A varr. AAAAAA AAAAAA Qi^,-±Û3^; Heb. ns?. IN AAAAAA I N II I qenà ß c$P» IV» I024» l0 bewail, to AAAAAA I ^ I lament ; compare Heb. n2\3. T '• A qena N f) t A, Shipwreck 44, AAAAAA I \ i (j ç , to embrace, to hug (a shadow AAAAAA 4 qenà ^ A, u. 645, ^ A (Y Ship- AAAAAA 1 AAAAAA 1 I 4 wreck ,33, ^ ()n.IV. "63, * L? n, AAAAAA I AAAAAA 1 S ^f festschrift 117, 9, û @ 0 t J\, Anastasi AAAAAA 1 I 4 !> 25, 5» ^ Û ^> 0 L-fl, Love Songs 3, 13, AAAAAA 1 _U. I 1 ^ (),Rec.3,,.7o, A U A flOtJ, AAAAAA I 0 AAA/AA 1 AAAAAA 114 (I \ 3 , P. ii i6b, 13, embrace, hug, breast- AAAAAA 1 U hone, bosom, breast, body, belly ; Copt. KO'f 11. qenâ * |)0 —, iv, 705, A Û—, 114 AAAAAA 1 IV, 666 AAAAAA AAAAAA 4 AAAAAA 4 AAAAAA fl«0 -. ^ left, AAAAAA 1 ()%", 'I' Ambers, ,6, 1 ■/! «w/ /V AAAAAA 1 l_ _J (| ^ß, liefert ...^(j^ e AAAAAA Rec. 1, 49, S , Rec. 19, 96, bearing- AAAAAA 1 III ne- ^ a 1 l_ J AAAAAA 1 pole, litter, palanquin, chair, portable shrine or ' 1^0 ^,1^-111,-94. An. *• 954, A (left, 1 AAAAAA 1 naos qena 4 AAAAAA Rec. 31, 20, a leather •'arment. 04 + n, garment, rape (?) fl n a garment, cape (?) coarse cloth : 1 11 ' Copt. (Toot lie. qenà A \ CS, AAAAAA 1 V qenà-t ^ | û AAAAAA IOC qenà A A, ^ A^k 3^1, Thes AAAAAA 1 AAAAAA 1 _Z1 ~ ^^F i2oi, (1 ^ , sheaf, bundle of grain. AAAAAA I ^ qena-t Hno, Hi, n<g AAAAAA 1 >#- O AAAAAA I V^ I AAAAAA 1 III a kind of ochre (?) coloured earth. qenà, qennâ A A \ ö, aaaIa (] Ö , : AAAAAA 1 N AAAAAA ] I 1 I kind of diink. qenàu (J^èsL—û; see»™™,„wA MVtr»M I JT V fl AAAAAA , 4 4 X and r. AAAAAA AAAAAA «'f qenàu AAAAAA well-fed, fattened. i i i AAAAAA A O AAAAAA \2 Digitized by Microsoft ® qeni/ dû 151, 1!-D- '«•„'.ij*?.^ qenu cloth, sacking (?) breast ; Copt. KOYIt. 3 c 3
Q [ 774] Q qenu <0 ^, * «*>■« »»"■ * P-^11 qenu ö AA/WVA Ö fc animal, a fine strong horse, stallion (?) A qenu ö «I- heat, fire, burn. qenu w^ , incense (?) ochre (?) ^ öS III qenb ^ ]^, ^ J^], p =\ , Rec. /WW\A ä) tj ^Cj 5, 86, comer of a building, angle, nook ; dual A n o^TI . ' ' j 'J opposite corners. qenbiu =fl XX j A.Z. 1900 30, comers • ^ 1 (j> s I 1 (of the earth). qenb-t /WW\A /WW\A rectangular chamber. rrx qenb-t ^ il ^ $. A-z- 45» 125, /WW\A «O Ci ÜX 'Hj ^f, a court official ; plur. C=D V«J 1, IV, 966, c \ Ji <^ gLL I i\ ^ I I «VWVAA £ I 11 I I, the upper classes ; ] (2 [p3 3 ' I /WW\A ^CJ C^ I £3- 1 a n ° Rec. Ö V /WW\A ^£ IV, 14, 75, tribunals. qenebtiu nuuF 1120, -vAAw ^ LHXV? % peoples on the land. qenb-t (F^0^, Rec. 33, 121, ^fl 3 document; plur. "^^i, ^Ü^Qfls qenb qenb /WW\A IV, 1075, to tie, to bind. S f\ f» > Paft of a dowry. qenfi ™™ p .-•"&, to knead dough, to prepare bread. qenr-t JL e DuWin Pap. 4, B.D. 15 <=>lll qenh A |fön) a.Z. 1878, 49, to tie, /WW\A A tfeaaa^J to fetter ; Copt. (TÜUH&. qenh ^ 8 ^ t0 ^e moved or incited by ÖA^1 ill-feeling or envy. qenhit 1 A /WW\A Ck shrine, chapel ; U3 1, Rev. 13, 23,^wva(|1| Rev. 13, 8 ; Gr. KÔyxit K°VX0,!> Copt. Krt£,6 qenuhi(qenhit?) ^^ shrine, chapel. , A Ö ~ * .. qenn F=|r^ ^S7, ww P=ç=^, the name of the 24th day of the moon. qenekht US L-fl, strong = qeï\ T © c nekht. qens (?) A qens /WW\A IV, 160, given (?) , IV, 1197 =<== rA A^ decay, corruption ; vs "<5§* J&' Copt. KHOOC. genus £ ö fl ^, violence. wro„g^Cop_L A w ^n^. t0 be an8ry; Copt. G ^ ^' cTuun-r. qent «/^w <^l, iv, 1082, »£™ <^$ç^, qens qent IV, 269, IWW\A /WW\A *■ 1 'I /WW\A \ to be wroth, to rage, to be furious ; Copt. qent-t <wwv\ MLP.S.B. 24.44,«w^, , A c @ c c £ . /wwv\ „ _. wwva 5 wrath, rage, anger, L-fl* f ^ 0 1 turv : fwMWAA J [1, ft^vAA J (1, Love Songs 2, 12, 13, angry; ^., Rec. 21, 99, /WW\A Cl I the raging of the sea. qeQtcliau „li^kflfl^ object given as a dowry. A some qer inhabitant, dweller. qer L-J], Rec. 31, 31, tobe master of. qerr jgse, ^ _A, light, weak, delicate; var. (1 ^ 7\; compare Heb. 7~)p. hollow, cavern, cave, source of qer-t the Nile, circle ; plur. <^> ' ', <rr> CT| , the a 1 1 1 ci III u 12 circles in the Tuat. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q f 775] Q qerut - shetaut <~> — ^^ j\ \, the luadeii circles. Q an offering by fire ; compare 'Ä' Copt. (TXlX. Q to bake pottery; compare '#' Copt. CTXlX. LoQ u- 522» T. 320, fire, ^ 'ft* flame. , Rec. 3, 46, hole, cavern, grotto, circle qerr <z> J, Annales V, r 12, oven, furnace. qeri-t ^ /]/] ° cave, cavern, natural <r> 1 1 C"D' bole in the ground. A _ 4 0 4 o ^ a o •O, qerr-t in the Tuat, hole in a vessel, spout; Heb. y\p . A o o D plur. <z> , Rec. 31, 172. qorr qerr qerr-t ill Berg. I, 15; the qer-ti-t <r^> H H , Hymn Darius 15, d \\ 1 1 1 1 |i ^, Rev. 13, 13, cavern, hole, cave, den. Qer-ti, Qerr-ti <É> " N\ <é>° A O o Zl Zl I 114 CT>nn' c W c W CTTD m 1' o \\ OO zl OO A cr-n A nr~n u/ o o Q =^ Q Ali Hi JJ c O two caverns in the First Cataract out of which the Nile was believed to rise ; o <z> rf, the bodies of the Qerti ; ~ § _Q <À>g LD' IIT> ^ OX ö wO mob. Qerr-t <r~> ° l^e S1'1 Division of the " <z>m' Tuat. o \\ ill <Z>0 O 0 u ^ B.D. 125, II, the god of the Qerti, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. A q w Qerr-ti <~> nS Jft, Tomb Seti I, one <n> i_ _i ill of the 75 forms of Râ (No. 28). •m<% ûû '— the gods of the Nile caverns. Qerr-t Sar <^>S * , Xuat v}k the w <^0<=>'Circle of Osiris. A o A A qer-t, qerà-t , door bolt ; dual <z> SS-?*- C \\t ' plur. <z> "^^ ; Copt. khXXi 1 Û 111 , Dream Stele 22; qer, qerr =z>XIZ2> wind, sky. ,-U.388,<=>,U.42o, qerr , to make an offering by fire ; compare Copt. CTXlX, çyXlX. aerr <r^<Tx sPhlnx l*> r67> frog; Copt. oJmI' Kpcrtp. qerr <z> Ö » drinking pot, water pot ; Copt. KeXuuX, Arab. <£Jj. Qerr, Qerrà • N- "33, Tfifijyi, I'. 445, M. 552, a serpent-fiend in the Tuat. qerai_t J^]à^^'ReV' ,2''°' victory, conquest ; Copt. CTpO. A A . Israel Stele 16, to qer, qera qerà A l return. (I \ J\, Heruemheb 3, weak ; see A A ^><_JVWSAA (3 -/~ZH «S/WSAA qera ^ (]c-n,Rec- 25> »9«, abode, <z> 1 habitation. ^—J, B.D. 17, 142, (1) a storm-god; (2^ the name of the block on which the enemies of Osiris were slain daily. qerà ^ (j ^ ^, Shipwreck 57, J_^ (j ii,.<fj!^w-.<fji rainstorm, tempest, hurricane, thunderstorm, door bolt, plur. ^(j^,?,. ^(jB1 (] [1IÄJ Ö, ^ (] 1 r Ö fl, to wrap up a Zl "2" Cji* Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 C 4
Q f 77.6 ] Q, body in linen and prepare it for burial, winding sheet, sepulture; see kSal; I) fis , a happy burial; Copt K<LIC6. Qeràstt in the hills, cemetery. Qeràstt A (j fl a form of the goddess Ament A ^ , the place of burial , Berg. II, 12, qera ~ u qerâ <= Jour. As. 1908, 251, lie; !' Copt. (ToX. Q»' «w. .' Rev- I2> 45» ^a shield, buckler ; plur. <z> [ j I, Mar. Kam. 53, 27; Copt. Ö~Ä. qeri-ä(?)4>^,^ ■ Cj », Rec. A 5, 87, f=^^^-^> porter (?); var. A (2 Jl<^ Hymn Darius 18 qeru • *** qeru ^ >>^-^> Rec- 8> x37> leader; plur. * V-J * ' qeruh e R } qerbaiu Qerpiais A D to make drunk ; I' Copt. <f\^2j- G Rev. 12, 113, 111' pots of drink. P. <é o , Rec. $$, 3, a Greek month. qerps A d ■o1 _Aaû I qerf <é> © , to beat, to strike. A X ^, B.D. 26,6,^^^!, B.D. 169, 3, to be wrapped up, swathed, tied, fastened together. qerf-t A ^ A a headdress, headcloth, tiara, bandlet, head decoration, garment, shawl, a kind of garment ; Copt. (To>&l(?) A , qeri ^e^yf, of cloth, sail. 1, a kind I qerf , a mass of dough (?) bread. aerf-t <=>0 Ebers Pap. 87, 6, a swel- *^ G ' ling of the glands, ulcer (?) AW AW qerf guile, deceit ; Copt. KpOCJ qerrm ,,Rev. 13, 15, qerma Rev. 14, 45, plea- ' sure (?) delight (?) A G Rec. 13, 126, H r>S<Y festal attire (?) 54, 46, prepuces ; according to some leather coverings for the tips of phalli, 9 \X (](] A /VAAAAA 1 1 1 1 I Qerner A ^ ,& Nesi-Amsu 32,19, <z> I JPi a form of Aapep. qerh-t A | G, A $ ~, Metternich Stele 119, Rec. 3, 45, 53, 4, 21, <_^ $ j^> vase, vessel, the mould from which the model of Osiris was made ; Heb. plur. 8 j, IV, 1150, Annales III, 109, Heruemheb24; 8û 0 vTyö Ö Harris Pap. I, 19B; \ G X JwUÇ 111' Copt. (T&.'k&.&T. qerh 9 tmm, a kind of serpent. Qerhit £ *ft A o l =0= l A Ik- Qerhit dess of v—-* (Succoth) o A Tflnnn' <rr Leyd. Pap. 7, 5, 56, a divine spirit. A »© 7» ■^, B.D.G. 859, a god- Qerhep f. ^^. O^T^^ X .ÄÄ ^^,^(1^,^(1 (2 £0=4 , to .wrap a dead body in cloth and make it ready for burial ; ^ [11 H ^ (](], I, 15, two who Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q [ 777] Q are buried, a double burial; I rf=^ y^> qereS<^p||^f,Hh.548,^p|, Pap. 3024, 54, ^ [I I H, U. 582, ^ P I _[-g^£ , N. 963, ^^ pH U-fl, Rec. 30, 70, n n <2^, , Rec. 31, 19, A 1^°^ Z ^ y coffin, mummy equipment, bier, burial, EEEir sepulture. Zl fl A o Z Pap. 3024, 43, qeres-t n L-J], Shipwreck 169, A i^-J 308, <=> o kSsJ, H Cl P , Peasant an ]T <z> I v', funeral, burial, sepulture, funeral ,. A <îteff f *^ a happy burial ;'Copt, bier ; ^ /^ ^ <=>, k&.£\C€. qersu a> lÄi, coffin, sarcophagus ; plur. P*F? qeres (1 X chamber, the mummy chamber , the sarcophagus Qersu ^ H %\ pT|, T. 268, M. 427, a name of the Sky-god Nu. Qersu-t ^ [1 ^ £Z\t T. 268, ^ fl 3 y^ j^^» N. 719 + 26, a name of the goddess Nut; var. B» o V Q, M. 426. qersh A L-Ü_l Ä, Rev. 13, 6, fraud, guile, deceit"; Copt. KUUpuj. qerq-t A A, U. 530, seed-land (?) qorqer A . ZZ , 1'. «74, N. 941, var. A. Z Z A, to move, to roll; Qerqer A * , P. 267, ^ * § ê Pà $ — jjS-Rec-3i> "•ih,;go<i who was the scribe or secretary of Osiris. A A <=> A A c± ■ —> g ~* A AA/WV\ AAAAAA qerqer-t beating. Qertnetchenau (?) ^ T^^lV r^, iv, 78i, »a, ^-f 2lt "^ T7T- IV, 781, tic, name of a country. a & qeheb r^j « , to butt with the horns; Qeheq [^ zl *] ^ !, Harris Pap. 76, 6, 78, 10, a people alien and hostile to Egypt. qeh A X OT*-, naos, shrine. qerq-ut qeh •, wooden cramp, peg, bolt. qeh f^Tl,,^ ^_û,a c^, Rev. 13, 95, angle, corner; Copt. KOO£,. qeh zl x nnm, a kind of stone, flint; A X , A.Z. 1879, 53- «***44Q44^A-J' to cut stone, to hammer out, to carve, to engrave; Copt. KJLgjKgj. (sic) qehh-ut ^«^^^j. B.D. (Nebseni) 172, 20, castrated cattle, oxen. qehàit (?) HI ., Rev. ""f 14, 18, spreading (?) V> <é>"°, seed; qe^S A I f1 ,?, ' ga2e,,e ; fem-^ I * copt. cTpocr; zpoz. I *ç°;var- s J11 ^ ; copt. <r&oc. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q, [ 778 ] Q, a ^■«.u^t,«« RE30 Stele C ioo (Louvre) qehsher a^, .CoptKiffl^Xl(?j qeheq, qehqeh a j( a fy, a j( a |, to be old, weak, broken ; Copt. Ke^Ke^, qes zi , to spit out, to spew, to vomit ; see ^"k P f*and ^ 1 P *"*• qes zl P [~M, to build, to found. qes A I j h a walled enclosure. qesu cl ' "^'^' I25' *' I$> Preserves °f N III' birds, goose-pens. A /WW\A qes 3 ^gk, Jour. As. 1908, 262 3 -^&, violence; Copt. (TbltC. qes-ti zi "Jû W Famine Stele 14, curse, ",^^' misery. =1 fl dîjî qes c 3 , Rec. 33, 6, lack, want; t ? y^S^, Rec. 33, 6, troubles (?) =10 qes r ©' $1 °' $1©'tinle' Period; $| 0 ' every time, always; 9 ! ®Ji, times of the an' N 1 1 1 1 cestors. qes ^p^, N. 1234, a\ |1, U. 320, ^ 1, a^So 3^ ant? ^ iu 0 Rev bone, body, skeleton; plur. t t £ , U. 290, T. 158, N. 688 M. 175, a U. 448, T. 178, 756, Copt. K<LC. i m'i ' 1 n P. 435, M. 608, N. 1213, qes a 11 ^ -, , ,f , I N N shaft of a spear, spear. qes_^L-fl, _^_^> _^0, _^_ Iß, 4 *^, Ö f Rec. 5f 92> Ö -h— dsz=* —»_ 11 e ö j$>' \ ~^~~ ^ ^^ Rev* n'l86't0 wrap a body in linen and prepare it for burial ; see <z>^ n, etc.; Copt. KUXOC. X qesqes -A A : ! &, to grumble, to complain ; Copt. K^LCKGC. qesqesu ~ ^[, Rec. 5, 86, reeds. IVs qesàu^^^, ^J^ burial ; Copt. K<LIC6. o.e8*B_f_qpîs,_f_qeqp8._f_q @ (1 IÖ > a mummified body, burial ; (1 I Û , happy burial. qesen ^ Ö n n AAAAAA , AAAAAA ;J AAAAAA ;J p\ AAAAAA C AA/WSA } T. 2I7, ^] t rJ A AAAAAA ;H AAAAAA ;H ri ;H AAAAAA YV ^ "^-i V' t0 ^e ^ad' ev^' unPleasant> detest able, baleful, injurious, grievous, grief. qesnu 3 ^r0, evil beings or things. N 1 1 1 n '\ , evil, calamity, Fl _o qesen-t zi plur. $. ^r* P. 1116B, 32, A N Ck 1 1 1 1 ;j AAAAAA ^H ISAAAAA ~\ rv Pap. 3024, 10, ^ ö^ %ô, $] ^ | (J, in- jurious, violent ; zl I 3 | 1 , lean years ; V /vAywsAj Kubbân Stele 9, lacking 11 water • ® sj | XX Anastasi I, 21, 2, the height > . ^ -^v^» of misery. qest-t ^ |, Rechnungen 69, a H Ci I I market (?) = nt^tlp (?; qesh ^^ ^ 0>reed; CopL K<&-ïï- x A • ' A c\ ,, , qeq-t è^, , a small boat. A A^x> qeq (unem) zi zi unem J^ Qeq-ha (Unem-ha) \, to eat ; see r& qes L-fl , to tie, to fetter, to bind. 4, 22, a kind of stone. 1 fl 4S^O BerS- L 34, a turtle-god ; I £LT zlX 0 1 m' see Unemha. Qeq - snef ( Unem- snef) A & ^^ ^^ 1 ; see Unem-snef. qeq-t A *fi^ ^"^ rr., darkness, night ; var TT t^1;.Copt. K^Ke. Digitized by Microsoft ®
Q [ 779 ] Q qeqà j (| ç=f='; Copt. Ki.KG. qek £ -A, to strike, to beat(?) qet , Ö I > Leyd. Pap. 4, 9, fuie linen. Qetqet ci ci mvwaa mvwaa in oeKtiet-Aaru. Qettbu(?)^j^| 11.D. 1 to, a lake n Sekhet-Aaru. , B.D. 110, 13, a god of Sekhet-Àaru. qet ^ y, ^g D!^M IT^S-w'i6t'Thes-i283> ^^,Mar.Aby.I,6,2,,^ö^, Rev. 13, 2, to build, to fashion, to form, to mould, to construct; j Ba E l\ I (j> -^, self- builder; j W\^ -A X 1 w-*-V constructor of his own body ; Copt. KUJT. Amen. 21, 19, 24, 14, builder, mason; plur. Décrets 9, \^ 1, Ç—fl e 1 qetu ^^^,P. 397,^0 ö 5^, N. 1173, ^| e^^^, P. 407, 5%*. 617, ^M» IV> "3, Ηfl! 1 Ö \L-fl , modeller, moulder, potter, i, B.D. www Tuat V, a o in' * the divine potter ; plur. (Saite) 124, 7. Qet-t ten-t Ö J) goddess in the Tuat. to design, to make a picture or likeness of anything, to copy, to outline something, 1, Rosetta Stone, with with xx UKurre. Digitized by Microsoft ® qet, qet-t ^ ^, T. 172, P. 119, N. 107, ^O, M. 152, ^ e=>, IV, 434, 1^1^249, Israel Stele ,3, ^, \ ö J ^, ^| 1 F> i I « |i form, image, likeness, similitude, like, manner, kind, similarity, circle ; U Ö y 1 fl> unanimously; fl (1(1 © ga, like; Copt. KOT. qeti v K£.e<uiep. qeti \ qet —ma qet Q (] d c=5\ M. 166, altogether, in a body, collectively, in entirety, whole, totality. qet, qett ^ =g"| !, iv, 350, ^ <=>^> °, Reo. „, 79, J^^ [777], ibid 37'7M ö M ö«sM 0 eflllGo1- Hamm. 13, 124, lj ^^^fl j. 'v. i°«3. \ Ö v 1 ' ' characters, dispositions, qualities, abilities, virtues; fl V ' ReC' 36, 2I0' Î *^, a good character ; P ^\ (j (j || ^ IV, 971, A.Z. 39,47, thoughts ; ~^ a man of great ability or character; J 1, a man of virtues or ability ; fl „ his character was unique. qei; j|, design, drawing, plan, the draughts man's craft ; plur. |j ^ ^, j] c=> ^ T. 334, He^^^0°0,N. 704. qetiUt \[C^'^K ^ , outline drawing Ö !, ! OOO Ö
* Q, L 780 J Q ^ J designers, draughts- i ' men. qetu i qet-t | ° , T. 87, i ° ' , a draughtsman's office, a sculptor's workshop. aet-t d^^^fi17111 Rev' r3' 62> town' H V l| Jl o ' Copt. KU5T. qeti j ^ P^, ^j ^ I A, Anastasi Ö« ■ Sö^a' U' ^ >g^, 1 \ ö A'i^A'leö-iiii'l 0 wA go round, to turn round ; Copt. KUUT6. \\ /wvwa rj /WVWA www *C^a. G fc 7\ k^ /VA/WSA :, 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 Öo ^, J\ , revolution ; Copt. KU3T~e. qeti \ qeti \ • lwgi' li sailor, oarsman ; plur. V , P. 649, \ p- 723, \|°V&°, M. 749, \ r*\ o /WWVA /VAAAAA /VA/VNAA =I£1 I O (9 1.H M dS-fl, 1 1 1 1 ,Thes. 1296, !•* •<2>- M. 167, -<s>- V , T. 340, -<2>- ^, N. 654^0^ ££Ü^UU • , sailors in general, ordinary crews; 1 !■ sailors ; d " V§> ! /wwna £=^ fk g , Egyptian I 9 TL ^ \ Q£4 -Sä I OMîiyMM-^ sailors »1 Rec. 21, 84, Syrian sailors. 1 Digitized by QeHTH$i- H^M IV, 649, \| c^ü ^ l, ^ IV, 613, Asien 240 fr., the natives of Qeti, \ [vAq> the "Circle," i.e., the North Syrian coast about the Gulf of Issus and the deserts between the Euphrates and the Mediterranean. Rec. 6, 152, a god Qeti <&<, o of the abyss. Qet ^ o *M ****' 1 ö ,Tomb Seti I, Zod. Dend., Annales I, 86, one of the 36 Dekans. Qetqet d d o, Anna,es *> 85> °ne °f the • • \ \ ' 36 Dekans. Qetkha d ° ? *, one of th£ 36 Dekans ; l| \\ X Or. KUTKOVUT. Ck y =1 ö^ ]»Rec-4, 28, , the god of the Qet-ka, Qett-ka \ 10th hour of the day. Qett-ka \ ^^ LJ ^, Berg. I, 3, one of the watchers of the body of Osiris. qeti ^c^-@-, ^1^*55=, ^<®~, \ -^5-, Amen. 23, 5, ^ , Metternich Rev- 14, 35, ] ö 0 , \ Rev. 12, 32, to sleep. qet-t \ bti ^ T. 346, \ , sleep, slumber. qettl \ o>-, U. 387, 689, \ O rt to sleep; Copt. KOT" in 1 w \\ ^HKOT" (r) or KKOT". ^ ibid. 32, 86, ^ ^ (j(j ^ |, sleepers. qett-t ^ g ©1 -@>-, juiö] Rev., to turn, to return. Microsoft ®
Q r 781 ] Q, 4 ^1^-jT—-ISO-11- 7, 112, J o A, ^ A, Mar. Kam. 42, ir, © . Rev. 13, 41, cassia; var. 4, 21, cassia bark; Gr. kittw, Heb. Jllp. qet-t V ''"^ » a kind of grain. qeH j^,P, J 7 ". IV, 666, V\ , \ , a weicht = TVh of an uten, drachniar didrachma, the half of a stater, obolus ; ran t « J <—~^> (mm plur. \| ||(, Amen. 17, 18, ^ |||} Àmen. 18, 4 ; Copt. KIT6, Kff. qot, qett \ ^^ ^ 0 ö' craft' cunning, astuteness. j£> \ q 3-J> Nesi-Àmsu 22, 4, 29, 21, 32, 18, a mythological serpent of evil, devil; qetbit d<= y ft o\ J:», ni, 229c, • 1 JmH I district, estate (?) qetom J *==, d J^Lrssn, J ^'ô, < o o o 1 / 1 / e J c±^ a -Tk N. 759, fine gold; Heb. 1 . Ä_P00000' on?. Qetshu ^^'1= öl'** " nude " or Syrian goddess. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 782 ] •^zza = Heb. 2, Copt. K and sometimes (f. i= pronoun, ist pers. sing. ; 2nd pers. sing, masc, thou, thee, thy. , moreover ; another, also. ka ^*^> U. 438, T. 169, 237, R 717, M. 745, thou, thee; ^=*^\ ^=*, P. 43J> M. 617, N. 1221 ; ^1^, Rev- I4' r65 <dua1)' ' ym ye two. ka TO, a particle meaning something like O then ! verily, certainly, now behold ! ka-t "^z^s \s\ , A.Z. 46, 140, a particle, verily, assuredly ; and see ka "5::3^ *èj\, Rev. 11, 151, 12, 24, another. kai,ki^^. \, another ; fem. kam, kiu ^=a ^ vS !, A.Z. 1884, 89, Leyd.Pap.4,1,^^ , Rec. 33, 6, Israel Stele 24, 11, 1,13,20,20,13; kaut, kauit Aby. I, 6, 45, X&M' e _.. „,,-_.. ., „. uu ^1; plur. of - ka and ki (another), strangers, foreigners, aliens, men of foreign speech. 1, B.D. 143, 7, a Kam group of gods who destroyed souls. L-o Jük H* contracted, tight, narrow: Coot ^M- G UUOT. kai "^z^ ^gfl, "^z^ \ , P. iii6b, 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. v—-<>^\ »- ¥#— \p&\- B.D. 144, 3>^=^* j^^j ^J, A.Z. r9o6, 125. ka-t ^=5»^?Ä, IV, 365, ■ A.Z. thought, meditation ; (_J "& i9or» 45, "& . u O , thought of the heart. Kaa^^]^, B.D. 98, 8, a god, bringer of offerings. kaUjJ. U y 1 v|, J=^-, P. 607, N.619, U , T. 88, u , image, genius, person, double, character, disposition, the vital strength (I 1 n a\\ o—=> ° UU j t the ka residing in the body); plur. , . '—' JJ. JJ., T. 258, 307, LJ j, U ^ j. The word has some of the meanings of the Coptic KUU, the Greek eïêtoXov, and the Latin genius. /WWW «o Sometimes LJ seems to. mean "name," Q fl ]j u , Rhind Pap. 24. Late forms, *>£^ V& and ^£^ n£ iS^, Rev. kau Uj ^ /WWW » UUüf , Hymn Darius 24, the kau of the living in the Other World, living human beings in this world. Digitized by Microsoft ®
K [ 783 J K ka l—J, associated with the Ba-soul and the Sekheni or vital strength, ^K fl/j J~. , P. 112. ka t—J hom ka |jj, minister of the ka, the priest of the ka; he-t ka [] L-\ [1^ i4.U"Q. '»• '39, Q^HLO.RM. 138, r, the house or chapel of the ka; plur. UJ I I I I ka '—', phantom (?) *"w* I—', I H I /VAAAAA I Shipwreck r 14, A.Z. 1908, 65, "this ghost (or phantom) island." Ka U_, T. 39, a proper name(?) «J» W r /VA/WSA «ail I J " the blossom proceeding from Ka." Ka \_j Jn, Mission 13, 123, "the father of the fathers of the gods," i.e., p=Ç=q, and see v « Khemenu. Kait l_J (J (J ç^4 » Mission 13,123, consort of t_J rjf, and one of the four elemental goddesses = ,vz^F=3r;i; she was the grandmother, , of the gods. kau JJ.JJLJJL, T. 88, UUU. A, preparedness; JJ, stability; <2>, sight; ^, hearing; Äa, feeling, perception; *—, taste. The Ombos list (I, 186-188) is as follows:— <0Ls&U;(Oy;<3) jftu; (4)"|UJ (5)|u;(6)^u; (7)^u;(8)vöxu; (9)^; (ro) ß[j; (») flu* («)^u; (13) s0Ui (m) ^J- Ka-om-ânkh-neteru Ul -9-1^!, Tuât XII, a serpent-god; see Änkh-neteru. Kaherka U ^ U> iv> 44, ^ ^ u, A.Z. 1901, 129, the goddess of the 4th month; Copt. XOI*-&K, XP^K- Kaherka UfU^UfU^ i j^y^y«the 3co,wfestivai' plur. u$>u^ kaherka U9 U ö> U$ U^x? ö I ! . °' I I I O U' a pot or vessel used at the Khoiak festival. Kahetep U M. 158, N.65, U^ D' T !76, U g » N. 112. u , T. 284, JJ — P. 54, ^£, M. 32, B.D. 128, 6, a god of offerings, a form of Osiris. the name of a festival. N. 618, the kau of £; UUU|. B'D- (Saite) 1 ro, 3. 169, a group of gods (?) Ka U fj Ombos I, 85, a god of offer- 11 1 SIT ings. Kau I—1 % Ombos I, 186, one of the 14 111 £[]' kau of Râ. _ i Ml cfl>L.D. Ill, 194,13, II I III /VA/WSA 1_1 the 14 kau of Râ = —SS), word of power; m, light; L^/J, strength; j, power; Ï, .vigour; , abundance; M, majesty; ^, burial; Digitized by Kahetep ® =è= ^57, LJ a 0 Ka Shu t t ß '• uat *' a P''ot °*"tne k°at kau UUU, U. 220, p. 404, M. 577, N. Il83, Uf U<^>, u<s3> U-a-. g=n (a 1 1 r 1' 1 , '—' , '—' , food, provisions, 1 1 1 I W 1 1 1 I \ 1 1 1 ' v ' IT 1 01 sustenance, supplies; ', my daily food (or bread). Kau-urit ky>^J,0mbos ». '3i, 111 oOil a goddess. ka^^^-^^I't0behigb- ka-t LJ , place (?) district (?) Microsoft ®
K [ 784 ] K ka-t L-J <& m. 202, N. 681, U U Jl o 2i* Ck Ck U u Ck .m^î—^»m^.u' a Pap. 3024, 62, work, labour, toil ; plur. I—J 3 u. U' J U III O fli' c= LJj see Suppl. 1231 ; I, in process of building. kau-ti LJ J]. U i=> \\ 1899» 37, 0 \\ > y I Ck , A.Z. \\ ,, A.Z. 1902, 114, U , A.Z. 1899,37, t_j 0 \\ \\. ^$\ - , workman, labourer, artisan, \\ I U Ck sS—fl' , "works of craftsman ; plur. |_J L.D. III, 140B, A.Z. 1899, 37, ka-t Tehuti U 3 Thoth," i.e., writing, sculpture, painting. ka-tshu-t U^ ß^° U R-n* o si) Pain' oiPi y*' U I f? e U ! (? e *^. a herb used in medi- ^1 1 r III'a I 1 r I 1 1 1' cine. ka^^,Ui)^,Çiû,P.77,646, ^,^=0)^,^0^, N. 1039, ^, U"^^. Rev- 12» "» ^f]^, Rev- 13, 5, bull; plur. U^ !, r=u) *fcà I, Rec. 29, T48> 5^ ^ ^» T- 389, ÖÖÖ.M. 404, N. 704, /e=tù toi 1, ^—' 1 , toi 1, Thes. 1288; (*%%) ® flfl *^, bull for sacrifice : (_J 4 ^^[, Palermo Stele, white bull ; ^S^' red bull; 5^'^' IV' 195, 695, bull of the herd. ka àtcher \_j ^ (j B* ^, young bull, calf; Copt. KVHp. b J /WVW\ Kanekht^L-fl.^^^t-fl, "5^^—^5^' "migntv bull"—a title of kings. kareq U^^X» a "cut" bu»; Copt. Ki.Xo*TKI. Ka ^^, Dum. Temp. Inschr. 25, a god of letters and learning, one of the seven sons of Mehurit. Ka L-J toj u- 635>the buH with a iïght f=TD ^t^' in his eye. Ka U ^ ^ jj). Berg- I, l8> a ca]f-god. KauarshUf|^M>CyrUS^b; Kai(?) ^* (j w (j ^, Rec 16, 106, one of the watchers of Osiris. Kaui ^^^ U 538' T-'317' rHull'thed0ubleBull-g0d- ' Kaui ^ fx $ |> Tuat III, the two bull-gods who form the ends of the boat of the Earth. Kau ^ ^ \t Rec. 27, 218, 31, 14, CTjj ^ J^, rf) I ' Rec- 2Ö> 22Ö> bull-gods. Ka àakhu ^ ^ • ^, Mythe 4, U $3 $"]» DendeiahIV.84, V 5£* J $> Berg. II, 8, a bull-god, warder of the ist Pylon. Ka Àmentt u |, ^ ^ Tuat X, the bull of the Tuat, i.e., Osiris. Ka Aim ^ I öqö, Denderah III, 19, the Bull-god of Denderah. Ka àru Ï—' S^, Tuat III, a god. ie==m 1 1 1 B.D.G. 102, a form Ka Asàr ^ jfl, of0s.ris Ka ânkh ^j •?-, Lanzone 1212, a bull- god of r Ka âshemu LJ ° N. 165, Bull of the gods—a title of the " Great God." Digitized by Microsoft ®
K [1785 ] K Kaur 7711g $, B.D. ,78, 7, " Great l>ull "—a title of the God of heaven. Ka ur hu Kons U t^ ^^ 8 t^w , U. 178, the Bull-god of Nubia. !> Ka pest neteru \_j ^j Ö CV=]'=] " Hull of the nine gods." Kamut-f^^^, >£,^ ^_,rcc. 29,164, ^^^.y,,^, AN , Hymn Darius 27, "^^ o , Metter- nich Stele 154, U ^ ci ci U , A.Z. 1905, 30, "bull of his mother," the name of several self-begotten gods ; Gr. Kufiyfa?. Ka meshru L^ ^ ™ £ |, N. 165 Ka Nut ^ ö°, U. 452, a title of Geb. Ka n-erta-nef nebà-f L-J tgr> ^±z, \J\, one of the guardians of the body of Osiris. Ka Nekhen J^fei©, U. 416, ^ 5^1 o ^., T. 237, a title of Horus, Ka neteru U c]cjc] Tuat I, a singing- r=a I I I god. ****** #V T. 307, a title of v>"&ßfln. Ka Râ *$£^ O, U. 577 a four-horned ****** mythological bull ; var. tt Ö O, N. 966. Ka renp tjgj 5J^ f jâ, bull that re- neweth his youth—a title of the Sun-god. Kahemhem-t Ui m m 0)Tuat VI, a roaring lion-god. ka-t (?) Ka henti ^^ \ ~7XW B-a 53, 1, a bull-god. Ka khepreri U^ ^ ^^^|' B.D. 163, 9, a title of Amen. Digitized by Microsoft ka shesp-t ^^J^, *<*. 30, oh the name of a part of the tackle of a boat. Ka Kam ur U toi ^Z3 ^=ï, U. 306, the Bull-god of Kamur. Ka taui (J ^ Y 11, Denderah IV, 84f 1553 |f, Mythe 3, U n^j ^ "J I, Berg. II, 8, the god of the 2nd hour of the night. Ka thai Kauit LJ ^ o I /r?71 1 <=si o 1 ^Tll^i' B-D-i4t'23>the o I 1 V=TD /r7> Bull of the seven divine Cows. KaTuat LJ * °, Tuat I, a singing-god. Ka ter LJ toi <S, Hh. 101, one of f=Q »s? s 0 seven spirits who guarded the body of Osiris. ka-t LJ ^ Ebers Pap. 94, 17, U j$^ ?> ^ ~, Rec.27,88, U^^l> vulva, vagina, mother; ^=*^° % ' concubines, women :n general. ka-ti ^=^'fe^ ° > the gravid uterus. Kat Tefnut ^J w ^_ jk, n. 970, a Ü o i the vagina of Tefnut. ^ ^'cow; plur- Gj^, Rec. 27, 58. ka-t ~^, A.Z. 1905, 30,°^» Rec- 33, 5, o 1 _ ^_y cow, a female animal; plur. 1, B.D. 142, in'25->T<7^%3!;r^i,thc two cows Isis and Nephthys. . Kauitvnn^(-*M:g mi o ******* («• 1 ft ri <^ s> 8 ÇZ3J , B.D. 148, the seven III X û5fr* Hin' divine Cows and their Bull. n vi, a plant. ^ < 111 r kau (?) ^ ^ a fruit or seed. 3 D
K [786] K kaa U^^^„:„. IV, ro96, brown stone objects. kaà ,s::=:* $^. u ^^f boat, cattle boat. kaâri ^=^^fcv ■<=>- (](] W, goat; plur. A reading suggested for v—-* was " kamali,'' i.e., camel. Kaàrik *zzz* >\ <s>- ^*, B.D. 165, 3, a Nubian (?) name of Àmen. kai — Mi-VM-^ 24, 7, though, even though, assuredly. kai LJ ÛD °, IV, 695, gum (?) oil-seed (?) kai-t LJ U dung, filth, excrement; var. ^ o l kait ^* j^ (|(| o $$, B.D (Safte) 64, 18, ape; plur. v=^ (j(| ^ §$■ |, Ship- wreck r65; var. S^^^- kaVSGi'A-z-i9°°'37 © kau ;t'kf]"7'tobehigh- kauati LJ {] \ I \ LJ, A.Z. 1899, 36, workman (?) workman's title (?) ; var. I uflVT-Yfl fl 0 1. kaushana^^^^\,^ Anastasi I, 24, 5, part of the harness of a horse. Kab U J ^, the name of a god = ffi J (?) taMHkJ^.to,reeB!Ä kabi-t ^^^J!)!)-^!» B.D. l8> D, 4, mourning, lamentation. kabu UJe öf LJjco <>f UJ^ ö> a measure for liquids. kabusa UJ^é-fl-, UJeéf|-, footstool; Heb. ÜJlS 2 Chron. ix, 18. kap ^^(fr? ^* 79.1*109» N. 22, ^*^p fO » fQ* 5—fl, Rec. 27, 222, 30, 194, Ç-jj jj> ^eyd' PaP" IT' *' afl 0 f|, f^" ^, Dream Stele 2,, "^ L_J, \ f<pp > t0 perfume, to cense. kap L-l (*£LPl1 ptk» M- 7o6> censings. kap-t^^^.^-.^^, , incense; Gr. K-acfit. kapu JJ d% 0, Rec" 22' io3, ™se for äw v w incense. 9l_L Shipwreck 43, kap D ^ <?S>3 p.s.B. 14, 205 shelter, place of 1' on' concealment. kap-t ^^°fOffî, U.513. 0=31 IV, 901, J ^ fjj* c-n, furnace, oven, bakery; plur. ^z^'^^jC^ljC^I j<c=;, T. 325. kapkaput ^^<^, a kind of bread D D 1 1 1 or cake. (2 ? ' kap, kapu □ , hollow of the hand, sole of the foot ; plur. , Mar. Kam. 54, 55, v ; ©o 111 _ ü em' compare Heb. F)5, Arab. ^J<, Syr. ]^^, Copt. (Ton. kaD-t f^0 A<^' I9°8' x7' a .k'n(* °f o I ' amulet. D r<^>, U. 258, N. 718, □ (a öc=^ r kap Digitized by Microsoft ®
K [ 787 ] K rH^'r^H'T^'T^^' kam alÜ' Peasam l82' IV' *95' ^T^TT.Ji.J =fl D , £=J> ^=1 Vj\ , to end, to bring . «D i, Rec. 2, 116, to hide, to to an end, to finish, to complete; *—it\ ihOf > Kiin. Kap °C==^ Ö Ber8- II» !3» a title of the D Sf=?' goddess Nut. Kapil Ji^, JO ^^27, the name of the 9th day of the month. kapu ^*^° ^ )§, Rechnungen 35, hunter, snarer, lier-in-wait ; plur, e L-/J !-~* !, kapu Nile 5, 1-4 Kap J J^, the crocodile of Set CT*-——*\S D kapi kap D to be dirty, dark, foul. Kapu f^° ^\ *&, a title of Set as fiend, enemy, lier-in wait, lurker. u Kapur ^D>| ^3, Rougé I.H. 125, 26, a Libyan foe of Ramescs III. kapus^]^°é suppress; Heb. Ufo5. to oppress, to AAAAAA A.Z. 1908, 8, /—-—\ AAA kapnut fg-* ö AAAAAA yj;v JJ D ^fev , boats of Byblos in Syria. ^~-0 AAAAAA V /? Kapui c^ ] 9f » a man of Byb,os- kaf ^"k US -^ Ik -£>•t0 drive off, to chase away, to dispel, to disperse. kafr ^=^^5^ \\ , village, hamlet; Heb. np5, Arab. j£, Syr. „J^, Assyr. -JXL *ffl (Rawl. C.I. II, 32, 3. 10). conceal, to cover with clothes, to dress ; Copt, j Thes. 1483; *—1 yv \ .endless; *—if °, J "%^ ?0> A-z- to end years; s—1 1905, 25, the end of a moment ; < ;TV a.Z. 1900, 130; n<=>LJ A.Z. 1900, 132, for ever. £=D kam-t j"—1 , Shipwreck 118, the end, end of a period, completion, a finish ; akoi,Amen,6,3,a Amen. 9, 3, 20, 2. kami[t] *—1 o 1 O ' kam *—1 , finished products. , Pap. 3024, 9, 8 kamkam £—i i*=3 r * Thes. 1199, to / / v -/I vanish, to pass away, to disappear, to decay. kam, kami ^^>{], a^ I to be black ; Copt. K<LJUie. black ; kam-t o: Rev. 13, 15, 14, 10, to be black ; Copt. KJULOJUL, KJUL6JUL. A " s^>-T*t strong o: black a black thing, black; * 1 black, i.e., jet black ; f 1 and white ; Copt. K<LJUie. S. & fi @ AAAAAA Kammauc^^J^with ^ Jour. As. 1908, 285, Egyptians. kami-t zm v\ {1(1 « » hooks of the black land, i.e., Egyptian literature. kami-t ézdIL (](] *yJ3J, Rev. 14, 65, R o VC I /■ I y4 I black cow ; /—) VA \£3 1, <UZ3 1, Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 D 2
[ 788 ] K Kam-ur 'a^=*:r==r Rec- 2?» x9°. s±<tiu. ui 3=t» the Red Sea. Kamâmut P. 661 M. 772 (bis) = "J^l, P. 776, a black animal-goddess (?) 3\t Denderah IV, 61, Kam-ur £zd1j\ *fe*, P. 605, a bull- Kam-ä £=J. B.D.G. 720, a liawk-god of «**» god; S^ V B.D. 64,13, I.H. 158, the divine Kamur bulls. Kam-ur £=j^^«jQ|, N. 648, T. 274, a fort or town (?) Kam-ur £zd ^^«ww*, Ombos 1, 319, the god of the lake of Kamur. Kam-ur a]^^2^ a lake in the Tuat. Kamit-urit zzj ^\~<S, T. 274, p. 27, M. 38, £=1^S»J N. 67, ZZ2 f^^> M- Mil a goddess. Kam-neb-mesen-t(?) ^~==I'^T 'vwwv f" \f| » denderah I, 30, a lion-god. Kam-her £i=]t\ "^ J), Rec. 31, 29, " Black face "—a title of the crocodile Rcrek. kam czj^l^.-czj^^ kam £=ii ~^ Û buckler, * shield. O, black wood. ^. omn black stone or black powder. kam-ti £=D a image, ' statue. kamu^^,.u U U © garden; plur. \_J KM Anastasi I, 25,4, (J <gs Rec. 21, 15, [J Rev. 4, 76, LJ 1 4^; Heb. D"?.5, Copt" <TU5JUt. kamut^^^^^,Hh.457, U o 1 U< ...O » wheat, grain ; kamt-t d^ ^ (var. = ^[), grain kamUak^,n'aKn,'sceds or fruit of the kam plant. Digitized by Microsoft ® Heb. rraf?(?); kam LJ -W, vine ; Copt. (TJUL6. kamu en ârp \_j ^\ t\ «A" *a/ww (] D <a Ö , vineyard. a _zi 1 1 1 * 1 1 1 wheaten bread. L=J]W, gardener; plur. i, A.Z. 19Q0, 36; [J u^ L-fl u L=/)yft> ! i Copt. (Tjuie. ^£, Anastasi kamä (?) I, 23, 5, A.Z. XV, 36, Alt-K. 32 ; compare Heb. "iE3, as, like. 1 kam'àar, kamàl p> 1^1, ^=^ jj^ ^^ ^ (j ^^ ( ^' ^^l^^2^^ ^' A'Z' I9°6' 2I' camel ; plur. ^,^=^ (] ^^1^ |, P.S.B. 12,. 83; Heb. ^2, Syr. „jj^, Arab. J^f, Eth. 1<*&:> Copt. (Ti.At.OTX, Xi.JULOTX. The vord ^=^ ^k.^2^ û û ^> £? has also been regarded as a plural of 111' kam'àar, and read kamaliu.
^^ K [ 789 ] K Kam'itha Ui^^g^, L.D. III, 160, 165, a Hittite proper name. kam'r u, j^"* _s* 1 ^, Goi. 3,13, to skip, to dance, dancer. kam'ràa Alt-K. 983, tooth kam'hu-t < w 'A -/lfl=T> I I I Anastasi I, 17, 6, IV, 14, 2, 17, 6, bread made of fine wheaten flour ; var. ; Heb. ITOjJ, Arab. % , Eth. 4>^ft : kam's M £== 0/ , Dum. H.i. I, '—' 0 1 k—Q 24, 25, 39, 40 /VA/WSA kamen /VA/VNAA Amen. 24, 9, ,A.Z. 1873, 17, /VA/WVA (2 immJl -^ö-, dark, cloudy, misty, gloomy, lowering, black, blind ; compare Heb. ]fà3, Arab. ^, Syr. Vnn. kamtcharna LJ §s| '— I ^ ^^ W Ksk'B^i' ^ar' ^arn. 55» *>i, armour- kani (kami) LJ **/wsa (] (] W v&, Peasant 263, gardener. kanu (kamu)* L^ M, ulà^"" W* (/VAAAAA here = mu), vineyard, garden ; Heb. Û"ï3. kanu ^=^^\ Q sj ft, reed; Heb. Î12p. _M^ O N Y • T kanhi U Q J (j (j, shrine ; plur. U I, I ; Copt. KH&e, Gr. ««r/xe« kanka -, Rec. 16, 152, Auswahl 12, 34, a log of wood, beam, balk. kanektu ^=^ ^ o^v^^, iv, 672, a log of wood, beam, balk. kar LJ ^N.frog; Copt. KpOYp kare LJ^3 1 1 VV Herusàtef Stele 48, a u ' sanctuary vessel. karr tJ ^^ Ôb Herusàtef Stele 55, U 1-Ô-» U . £., Nâstascn Stele 35, a vessel or measure for incense; Copt. KeXooX (?) kar ^^jg^^, ^*> "bJ<--ct, thing, instrument, tool, utensil, apparatus, furniture, goods. karkar U<:::>lLJ<::>or^ iv 667, 1 1 1 1 ' ' ' anything round, staff, stick, roll, cylinder ; Heb. 133. karkar w cud 1 111 1 1 1 , A.Z. 1880, 95, stone boulders ; compare Heb. 7^ and 7H73 and 133 • kar, karà ^^^,<=>ü, N. 160, ^k^' Rea 27,227' 3I'17' J^L Ä' '—' (1 (0 , Rec. 19, 96, shrine, sanctuary, Karàut U^ (j ^ ^ | j, B.D. 84, 4, the gods of a shrine. kar,kari ^^^ M sgis^'p. ;»*»;, L-J --rt*"., *—^ .^czk, Amen. 10, 11, boat, fishing boat, skiff; plur. ^ <=>(](] ^. Koller Pap. 3, 7 ; Heb. ^3} Isaiah xviii, 2. kari. ^ f^fl^^. Thes- i::54, ^ ftàfy, gardener; plur. J^JI) ^f^ft—A j gods of the same I ' sanctuary. !, u karà-t ^ä 4 e place of restraint, prison ; Heb. N73. Karàmemti(?) ^^^^ Äh ^, Nçsi-Amsu 32, 30, a form of Äapep. Digitized by Microsoft® 3^3
Karàstt LJ rj K [ 790 ] , B.D.G. 1079, a K goddess of Panopolis with the attributes of Râit and Tefnut. kari[t] ^ (j(j f~\ B.D. 64, 7, shrine, sanctuary ; and see kar. kari Ï-J jjj) ^^ Rec. 30,217 kari LJ (2 : O , Rec. 19, 92 , * karistâtes LJ ^» (j(j © é ev\oyt<TT)'i<i, A.Z. 51, 93. a call, outcry ; Heb. VfrOr? Bibl. Eg. V, 211, a proper name; compare Heb. DEH3. karf U ,,Rev. guile, fraud ; Copt. Kpoq. karm U I f\ ^ Rev. 13, 102 crown : _2äJ^ 'T" Copt. KXOJUL. karm LJ Rev. = Copt. (TlOpÄZ karm'tàu U e: VT4*lfl IÏÏTTT1 III Koller 4, 6, a kind of stone used in inlaying bracelets, etc. karehtà ^. ^ ^ ^ ) (j ^, fi (1 C3 (?), a measure (?) pannier, basket. karsa U ^| g, U -«j* ft Ö cordage> sacking, rope-work. karsha LJ T»T»T 3k, Jour. As. 1908, 310, fraud, deceit, guile ; Copt. KOOpÖLJ. , cake, loaf, bread; Gr. wWclffTi?. karkartà U^U^|(| n>]amb. Heb. *ö. karkartàbuàa U <=> U <~> ] (j Koller 4, 5, objects made of leather (?) ^ Ö, LJ- ^* ' kartha LJ 1 cord, lace, thong of a whip, kartha 1 1 1 1 1 ■? v fe^, Love Songs 2, x, a kind of goose. kaha ^^^ra^^L^, Rec. 10,64; see ^^^L«^. Kaharsa, etc. ^=^ ls\ ro" ^b\ 'c^> 164, 4, a title (or name) of Sekhmit-Bast-Rä. kahi[t] ^*^ ra (\f\ j], terror, awe. kaheb ^r^^\ m J \ ^—fl, Kubbân Stele 5, to smite, to strike ; var. rr, J ysjl M(. .kaheb-hetch-t U Ï] ? ° ^, a kind of ro -=i À O 000 incense. kahem ^ ^ ra ^ ^ Ufl, Kubbân 4, to smite, to strike. kahes kahes sorrow. ro P^>^>Peasant 2I3' to cry out. kas LJ jt Nàstasen Stele 37, a sanctuary 1, ^ pot or vessel. kasabUéjef>,,R-^4r^ Kasika ^*^ & ()f) ^*1^ $f}' B.D. 165, 3, a name of Amen. kash ^=^^\ nD^, IV, 335, a product of Punt, the pearl oyster (?) ; compare Copt. Ki.çy- in Ki.cy<L&HX. i~w- Kashi [W] Nubian, a Sudani man ; Copt, etflmj, eOUXy. Kashit woman ; Copt. etf*ooçye, eeocyi kak "^ * " Hh. 201. o, Nubian Digitized by Microsoft ®
<*=* K [791] K tjï, Leyd. Pap. I3l 2| U U ^ j j Rec. 10, 62, plant with a bitter taste; compare Gr. ki'ki (Herodotus II, 94), ki'kivo». The Heb. IVp^i has also been compared with kaka. kaka-t u % u S ^ boil, blain, pustule, carbuncle: ; Copt. o ' KCJUK. kaka H QP 1, Nâstasen Stele 40 kaka j—j p=y=', darkness, night; Copt. Kaka j-j ^ ^, Berg. I, 17, a god. Kà.K£ ; var. ^ _' *=§=* kakai (kaki) \_j \_j 1908, 289, darkness. kaka ^^^\ U O , Jour. As. 7MM , worm, serpent kakmen-t Ui=*T| aö Rec. 21,91 v^. ^x> »»»»a. JJ/ (3 a vessel A, katà^^]() katu(?) a^ww v-/ (a w ' a vessel, runner, driver, \\ >^*i charioteer (?) caldron, boiling pot, kettle ; Copt. K<LXl(?) katem, katem-t LJ o t\ °, Ï—' "A (j m' Voo^:'finegold;var- V) o , Amen. 18, 12 ; Heb. DH3. 1 1 1 kath , IV, 973 = ka-t o I ill' I I I Ü1' U I kath LJ Ö, pot, vessel, a kind of dye(?); plur katha Edict 22, IM J^ÜÜ*' r¥*M I 1 âmen 7, a plant from which a dye was made ; Copt. (T0T(T7 XOTZ, Lat. carthamus tine- tori us (?) ^5, Tutänkh- katha I o the seed of the above plant. • r-> an instrument or tool ' of bronze. katha U I katha LJ 3^ j£ ^ t charioteer, driver. kathab L-J 1 kathan LJ S , pot, vessel, vase. ^ S A, Rec. 17, 145, L.D. III, 219E, 14, y ^*\ !*$> U I 'T*/v driver, charioteer, j -A' caravan leader. I1L t I *9^ I u I kathatà U g^' )() Ö, y ^' ] \ ^, 1 - |\ Ü > a cloth made of linen or wool or hair, covering, garment; Heb. JYlD}. katch U^|A,U^;see U katcha U J, Ä» Nâstasen ^sefV katchai L-J andt-J*^ ; see u a katchen U ^ 5, V "^1 I7*' V I «mmm\ I ******* \ I 5 -A, charioteer, leader of the baggage waggons of an army or of a caravan ; *—* ^^ \ J\ A |, I ******* \ V Ö chief overseer of waggons. to (2 kà ^*gf, Hh- 385 kà ,vz^ (1 (2 = ^=^ flfl, another (masc). kà-t ^=^(]o = ^z^(j(jo = ^^, Jour. As. 1908, 249, another (fern.) kàa ^=^ (j "^è^, boat kàu ^*()^> U. 2ii,^=^(]o, u. 273, to acclaim, greet (?) kàu ^JI^P. 109 -^ \, M. 75, etc., to move (?) kàu u& ^^ (j ^> Digitized by Microsoft ® -5_ Rev., another ; I ' Copt. K6 OTJL. 3 D 4
<ct K [ 792 ] K ^* var. H, A.Z. 1906, 2i, P.S.B. 11 1 kä " o, a precious stone used in inlaying ; kàri -<2>- i3,32,goat(?) mule(Rec. 8,85); Wort. Suppl. 1277; var. kä ^7@ ,, Rev. 12, 116, to leave. kâf , Rev. 11, 88, to overthrow. kâmà injury, violence. I5—0^1 Rev. 12, 119, kämi ^7 Rev. 12, 117, to injure. kärti-t ^7 >)!)!) \û, Rev. 13,26, butcher's knife, goad. ki ^zz^> (1(1 Qfl, B.D. 163, 6, Thes. 1204, a particle of asseveration, also, moreover. 'ki ^Ij.^sllw.^^lll]^, masc. other? another ; ,vz^* (J (J yf "^"^ ^^* (I (J yf* onetoanother; ^ ö ( /^^flfl^^flfl A /VA/WVA /Nul ^ 11 11 one embraces the other : v—-* Nâstasen Stele 61, another place; v—"*(](] another chapter ; v—-* (I (1 * , another person , once again, another time: D © , another, i.e., a variant, reading M Amen. 17, 3, once again D ©' Copt. K€ keti —; B.D. 153,11, other ; Il (1, fem., another, the other ; -c4- ^è\ , B.D. 153, 11, one .... the o 1 kiu, kui 1, other matters ; , others. \\ \\ l-T^ T ZWWVA 11 _V Ö '' 0ther kingS' ^^ K00Te« Ki A /] ï*?_ Thes. 818, a hawk-headed 4l ^' bull-god. * ki-t Ck O KU, Rec. 32, 82; var. (£ pax, kiariu ^=^ 1111 w L.D. Ill, 140c, carriers of gold. kiu ^z^ Q Q y> S^ ' > Shipwreck 165, apes kimi ^=^ (j(j s Copt. (f^LiÂxe. ^aaaaa ^aaaaa bundle ; Heb e"^, hen; kinänu w 'i 0 ny?3. kirshu-t \\ , cakes, loaves : <=>i a (2 1 1 1 var. ia (2 Kirgipa~T^*A-z-l88°'82' a princess of Mitani. Tall al-'Amarnah Tablets Gi-lu-khi-pa ■£- -flf^ Igf £~E ï$=. =S=) *A/WVA t0 smelt />) . C0pL /VA/WVA , .^- O ^a^' (Toxy. kish kith ku , to perish, be destroyed. , U. 96, 291, 534, T. 179, P. 93, 647, M. 129, Rec. 14, 165, 34, 178, pers. pron. 2nd sing. masc. ; with nouns in dual sN\ , others. ku ^[%, P. 104, M- 71; var. S b^ %, N. 73, to move. ku-t (?) , Rec. 32, 82; var. O kunut kuà e e äP' er ©CT ?i, pers. pron. ist sing. kufl (kef) Y T ^ I' Rev- I3' 4' 26,.ape(?)= S ^. compare Heb. D^î?, i Kings x, 22, 2 Chron. ix, 2J. Digitized by Microsoft®
K [ 793 ] K ]fl => (XI A.Z. 1869, 147, bread, cake ; Gr. KvWâtrrtv. kuroshta -1 kliqàuf ^-^^ f\ ?, Rev. 12, 66, fir-cones ; Copt. KOYKOYH£.p!<L. keb 'vz^* jL^-Ä, arm, shoulder; ,vz^* JJ c ^r-~& kebb keb-t , the two shoulders. fl \] U. 325, 534, to coil up JjJl' (of a serpent). the arch of the sky, vault of heaven. O *J,Rev. 14,7, Kebit goddess of heaven. Kebatchaâ ^^%^^1) e^ ©> A.Z. 1849, 78, Cambyses ; Pers. ft: £.] (fj -<Z n" t<-, Bab. y 4^ 3- Hff« ^R, Gr. Kufißv<T>i<f. t kebu ^z^ sandals. kebu ^=^J^ see 1, to open. X B.D. (Saite) 36, JftAAAftA n -JSc'ctJ o ^, A.Z. 1908, 8, ftAAAftA .■Ntyc;, a large sea-going boat, a ship of O \\ Byblos ; plur. 1908, 8, Rec. 6, 8, i, A.Z. >£g^ J 0 I. 11 111 .■Ntyc;, Rec. 22, 2. kebes ^z^> J fl A, ^=^ J ^ , cypress. , hollow kep the h; keput v—-* v—-* <£SXJ of the hand or foot ; Heb. Fj^ Ç0pt. (TOR. W, Thes. laoi, ^* ? DIM' ' D (2 III' P.S.B. 10, 15, Mar. Kam. 54, 46, hands cut off from slain enemies; A w* (J(J 12\ 111D Slllo III Mar. Karn. 54, 54. P ■ ftAAAftA I I I I :<2 û—01 kopi *z=za Rev. 12, 37, cloud ; Copt. (Time. kop || c~3, hiding place, refuge. Kop-hor ^Ciyf^ ^, H.I3. isi.agod. k <^* A Rev. 13, 56, to seize ; Copt. P D j$' <TU)R. L—Ù ^r ' > hunters, snarcrs. kepri d , Rev. 14, 40 D = Copt. KHIie, chamber, furnace. kef ^st, Rec 31, 20, knife. Kef-pesesh ^^ c=z> d fl rzso Y» N. 252A, —»—■ yjt , an instrument used in performing the ceremony of opening the to pour out, to flow. keff /"^i to spit out, j*"i* to pour out, to vomit, to f ' escape (of a fluid). kefau ' ^% /"*"in, vomit kefa ^^"rf1, U. 568, Rec. 31, 163, Shipwreck 60, Peasant 56, *S\ ^ Ebers Pap. 94, 11, \\ L—Û, d*> ^£» ^T-b> T *-"■ 0 L-fl, j\ _^, to lay Pap. 2, 9. Digitized by Microsoft ® bare, to diyiude, to unclothe, to divest, to strip, to deprive, to spoil, to dismantle, to unveil, to uncover, to unfold, to pull off (wigs); "^ _SS\ nouent all. .kefab-^O^,-^ <>, loyal, devoled; plur. _£> ^> fl ^ $ j. IV, .„e^^J^H^^I.Leyd.
K [ 794] K ^=* kefa ^ _£),^_£)> hinder part, backside, rump, tail; plur. 8, i6; *kv ^K_^, backs (of the leaves ofatree);Copt.X^q(?) !)!)_^I7f î—fl, ^(jfj"^. to be naked, \J uncovered, despoiled. HS» 79» a group of gods. keft.... *Le_ 3 I, Peasant 321 û Ui kefa ^* J£), Israel Stele 2, ^=^cTp to drive away, to put an end to (a storm ftAAAftA I 111/' kef-t ^_£), IV, ii39,^Ul, Rec. [, 50, a seizure ; **=_ | 0 , Pap. 3024. '39. JS^' kefa ^jL-fl, iv, 663, 893, c> IV, 711, *^__ ^ , Edict 22, to seize, to grasp, to capture, to collect taxes, to plunder ; see ® G Keföu ^^^IV.35, "capturer"- e L-fl 54, 45, troops, soldiers. a title; plur. _ " -W r ^ „ ^ ! > Mar. Kam. Kefi x keftu , Tuat X, a warder-god. J y^, a ship of Keft, i.e., Phoenicia; plur. 1* I I I > IV, 707, I I I Keftenu *l=J J|(, Berg. I, 20, an ape- ftAAAftA god ; van kern kern kemu öe kem-t Kern Kemkem 75» 4» a god. kemkem , Rev., total = /^\. 2. Rev. 13, 9, to behave !i' correctly. 1, L.D. III, 219E, 9 , Rev. 12,49, lamentation. Ombos I, 186, one of the 14 kau of Râ. , B.D. L-=/), Rev. 13, 26, to be strong, to prevail ; Copt. (TjüüTojui. kema-t ^~~£ M <=», a weeping woman. Kembàthet ^* t\ J (j s=s, a.Z. 1849, 78, Cambyses. Kemnu ^z^> f\ ÖÖ, Annales 1, 85, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. KOMME. kemh ^* t\ 8 %> ®~ = gemh flV 8 -^» to see. kernes ear of corn. ken H— kPf- [I jj, to be angry, to feel indignation, to revile, to curse; . (I 3 ^ to blaspheme the name of God ; com- I' pare Heb. Map. t't kenà-t ^^fl ° , ^^ h ^, wrath, ftAAAftA 1 ■ W ■ ftAAAftA 1 anger, reviling, curse, abuse ; compare Heb. T : ' • kenàu fl* cursings, mi o mi hatred. Kenit <wvwv yni B.M. 191, a Syrian goddess, a form of Qetshit, who appears as a naked woman. Digitized by Microsoft ®
■<C3* K [ 795 ] K ****** ****** koiin ****** ****** konn /vw^v\ ****** j moisture, liquid. „ „ d , reed ; Heb. H2p . ÖÜN J\ ****** ****** J > c—X konkon v^^* *•—**> /?. v •* v; ■* ****** ****** P.S.B. is, 83, to sing to a beaten drum, to clap the hands rhythmically. kenken ****** ****** ^ A-Z. 1905, 25, to lash with the tail kennarut ^^"^\<:::>Q%> musical ****** _fii?& I -Jl instruments, harps; Heb. ni^22 1 Kings x, 21. Kenât ****** 1 1 sort -Sä A J1] Tuat X, a goddess, con- H I' " sort of Setfit (?) kenànàur *"*~. s 1 1 1 ****** \\ harp; Heb. *^3?, Syr. rc'i-iA , Gr. Kiwvpa, Copt. (TîrtHpi., Arab. ^. kenu Ö Rev. 12, 39, ear of corn; Copt. Krti.<LY. kennu ****** 0 © , fatted bird. Knufi ^^(|(|. L.D. V, 39, a late form of Q 1\ *K JjjGr. X»/e0, Ki/»)0, K«>oi"0«s Copt, xkotjuuc, Xh°t$ic> Xn°T&ÏC- Kenbutcha^* i)%L^ B^M ****** «£) /T tu ****** «ail 71 tu] , Cambyses; Heb. "»VQ33. kenfâ ^"-^ ä*"=*~ ^ t0 n,P> t0 squeeze, ****** n £ -/l* to crush. Kenmet ****** jV Berg. I, 20, an ape- god, the associate of Thoth. Kenem-ti "*»* ^°, A.Z. EdPÛ I, 21, one of three holy apes. kenem-t ^(1 ^=^Lq. ****** J a¥Y> ****** .£TVfr V-X B'.D. 125, II, 29, /WW 1900, 20, darkness. Kenem-ti ^*(| 1^ ^ ****** J WvS \\ ****** §k ° Jft B.D. 125, II, one of the 42 assessors _B^\\î(r of Osiris. Kenkenemmti ^^ ^^ t\ t\ ****** ****** _cK^ xr^ \\ B=^"s, an ape-god, the associate of Thoth. Konomm-ti^l^^Nesi. Anisii 32, 25, a form of Aapep. Konom, Kenmom ^^ x,,5=5* T x, f ****** 1 < x t— *** ; I D derah II, 10, Zod. Dend., ^* t\ \*> X, Tomb Seti I, Ram. II, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. KOMME, X\0\ MIS. ûTL I I I Kenemtiu \ rwi , IV, 896, the people of the Great Oasis (Khârgah). konem Zz=z ^, to break forth. (tic) kenem-t ^* t\ °, f\ <=>w, /WWW _EJ*0-l|l /WWW _£^Ct ° III "i\ °,S^\ Ô, a kind of precious /www _£k?t) [[[ o _üW o earth or stone. kenemu ^^ f\ W %, r. 408, m. ****** _cH^ V. li •584, N. 1189, a sacred skin (?) kenmut [ P. 443, M. 547, a bird. kenmut , P. 66 r, ****** IS, P. 776, N. 1128, P.S.B.A. 16, 136, ape, monkey. Kenmut ****** rKW VC ****** the 36 Dekans; Gr. XN0YMI2. VC , one of kenh —"&f§^, ^^^S^k ****** A ^^=» O ****** A -/1 lrrç-^, B.D. 172, 25, night, gloom, obscurity, dark- ness; var. 9 lr^r^. kenh ****** c=gr;i, a name of the 24th day of the month ; var. ir~g~^ ,<ZE7. kens'(?) &lt ^,force' violencc^onPc' kens ^~^ M 9, Hearst Pap. VII, 10, ****** I n_ Pap. 3027, 4, 7, the placenta, the I "' "after-birth." kensa "Cr1 Ç, perinaeum ****** 1 •cP Ç, perit kens /ww^*c=", bow; Arab. .^ J (?) Kensu ~1 1 1 Digitized by Microsoft ® r^vo », Nubians.
^=^ K [ 796 ] K 111 kenku-t ««« o Stat. Tab. 34, IV, 707, logs of a special kind of wood. Kent V^J%' Copt. (Tum-T. Ker^^,B.D.39,I3 = ^^|0 an earth-god. Kerit ^> T) Denderah I, 51, a goddess cO luV of Punt. ^^, the two horns. -Sä kerà-t w -Sä ker-ti kerr _Sä 'V O /\\f chapel, coffer, coffin, chest ; plur. (I Keräsher " * burnt offering ; Copt. CTXlX. -Sä Herodotus IV, 116. , Kalasirian; see keri-t keriu kerp C3 , habitation, abode. V , mules (?) goats. 111 D \, Rev. 11, 188, to de- -SÄ=i^=,2i' clare, to make clear ; Copt. (TujXïT. kerf <rz> /^5k, to seize, to carry off, to pluck away ; Copt. (TtOpq. ~) H Denderah IV, 79, a I) I' god. Ke[r]ent t<=>] AA/WVA kerh ^> 147, §<^>,Rec. 18,182, ^O, A.Z. 1906, Rev. 14, 11, night; Copt. (TüOp^. kerh ur ^*S^?^,the ßreat nißht <rz>A festival. kerh netches ^^ 9 **-* %ô, the little night festival. ^ m 1 c (2 OD 11 Ci "v. .X» CS 0=0* rw 1 (û 11 1 1 1 , Rec. 16, 72, cake, bread, loaf; Gr. nvWàoTts. kerreshttà 1868, 146 = Ku\\â<nt>;. Kerrshrä 11 0=D j I I I A.Z. -Sä- rzKzi. , Kalasirian ; see Herodotus IV, 116; var. 1 v\ 1 _Sä<=> kerk rj", Rev. n, 173, 12, 11, to be equipped, equipment ; Copt. (TopöT kerek <E> ° Hearst PaP- *v» * *» a see(* III' or fruit used in medicine. kerker «-fl, x to circle, to mark out a circle with a stick. kerker ^-^^-^ ° ^-^>^-^> ^^ Rev. -Sä_2äIII _2ä_2ä T 14, 43, talent ; Heb. 133} Copt. (Tm(Tu)p. X keh m L-/), ^-^jL-fl, 75\2z), Thes. 1206, to smite, to strike, to throw. keha ^f "^ ^ U, rebellion. , a title of Set. keheb, kehab vj=pJ ç__fl, A.Z. 1907, (T3 ïîàk J ^ ^~=^ L—fl, to smite, to strike, to attack, to pillage, to overthrow. Kehab ^j=j* ^Ô J^rf, a title of Set. kehes^fl^.^fl^^di, gust, chagrin. kehet ra. , Rec. 2, 147, a kind of tree ■, to act gently or slowly. Digitized by Microsoft^ keh * keha Kehau ^K^^.U. 509,^4 , T. 323, in the proper name R "Ek r\ N. 506, a cake offer- H
'ÇZP* K [ 797 ] K <^« Kehau <^z=* kehu l'ap. 39. 4 - kehen *,?■• ^7 Litanie 6o @ ^r, Ebers 0 a^wvv I r, cup, vessel. kehna(?) ^*j{\\ "V^» AZ- '^S. io8, night, darkness. kehsi ^z* S H (](], Demot. Cat. iS kehek ^?^*/% *f ■ 4. '34, to be X / y] old, aged, senility. kehkeh ^z* 8 ^z* 8 f%, Mar. Aby. II, 36, Rec. 16, 57, Anastasi I, 2, 1, to be old. Kehkeh ^z* § ^z* § A, the "aged one "—a title of Thoth. kehkeh-t ^z^R^z^Sa^?», Westcar 7, 19, age, aged. Kehkehit ^z^S^z^SoJj, B.D. 75,4, a goddess ; see Seksekit. K-khert (?) ^*<^> !,a star inrfhe■ T"Ta*» kes " A, P. 204, v~^'-e^(?) Rec. 27, 59,^^, ^'3—». Rev. 11, 137, to bow, to do homage; to force a woman. kesu ^i 1, bowings. kesàu ^*fl(]^>> P. 9, 703, Y^ o, P. 341, bowings, homage. kesu ^z* n ^\ ^, N. 1361, ^z* H ^^|,Rcc. 27,2,7; var. ^^^j, homage. kes, kesà ^=^ H -9%^, n. 328,648, ^=a H (j ^, M. 143, ^ p (|, U. 68, s=* p ^, T.393,^P^^,^om^OobStc kess ^*fin, u*442' T* *9' t0 ^ to II do homage. koskos ^z^ fi ^=^ fi, V' 6°5\ t0 do I I homage. jj A.Z. 1906, 123, to f\ dance, dancing. r n to rub down un- ' gueiit. keskes keskes keskosu " v Jy, A.Z. 1905, 101, to take short flights, to flap the wings. Kes ^zz^> I, Tomb Ram. Ill, 58,3 god; j.^^j.Cairo..*, jjeg ^-^-^V Rec- 36' IÖ2> t0 lie> t0 „ ^v ' deceive. varr. —»- keskes ^"""^v=^ a !*&, Rev. 14, 13, to chatter foolishly, to jest ; Copt. Ki.CK6C. ksantha ^z* ^ Ö m $ Rev. n, 180, yellow; Gr. f«i>0«. kesb-t ^-flJ-O'^J^^' plur. ^z* p J o Q Q Q, P. 200, N. 936, ^z^p 779, ^^ Je (j(j Q j, Anastasi IV, 2, 11, a kind of fruit tree, sycamore-fig tree (?) kesb-t 0 the fruit of the above II' tree. kesfen kesem o, a mineral o > IV, 1075, EÏÏQ <*. Ö ^'I^j^^'l^^' t0 tUm aside, to lose the way, wandering, error. kesem « , Rev. 14, 10, stormy; Copt. (TOOCJUL. Ke8miunen-t^^(j|)^^|! 78, 44, a group of gods in the Tuat. Kesem heh Àmentt ^^ fk "^ m (1 iû ûVft Ombos II, 134, a mythological '4 F D£ïïQ Ü' being. Digitized by Microsoft ®
^Z2* t 798] ^Z^ kesh j^\ to sprinkle, to moisten. GD 1 keshu ""^ ^\ °, ^""^ @ ° , a seed or oo _IT III i=K=) III' fruit used in medicine. Keshtt r-rr-i ^L, Ombos I, 84, a deity a c — who presided over the products of Cush. Kesh-t 00 ^o^, /WW\A ) Ombos Ci I /WW\A II, 246, a god (?) keshp S, Rev- r3> 2Ö> '4, 19, to be D O hot, dry(?) kek § kek ), to praise, to applaud. X _ A L-fl kek <^z^>, Thes. 1201 kek \\ , heat, flame, fire. Kektiu §3/£*1 i. a cla? °f û wlö I h stars. kek, kekà ^ (j ^, u. 50,533 ~ v—^> I i ""—x« ~ \\ * I t r, 4 ^-. Rev. 11, 183, darkness, gloom T* ' obscurity ; Copt. K<LK6 keku reruti ^^ "^\ «^> ^^ ^k ö en, the outside darkness. gloom or darkness, absolute blackness. Ç=W^1 \\ Keki ^^ *=%=* darkness personified, one of the four ele- * ' mental gods ; see Khemenu. Keku ^^ p=f=S Tuat VIII, a god in the Circle Sel.iert-baiu-s. ^ J[\ darkness personified—one of the four Ç> \jl ' elemental goddesses. kek v~g~~i t^=i, the dark water. /ww* Kdfû 1,80, a title of the Nile-god. kek ^ 1, Thes. 1201, a plant; plur. _ ^. 'Lknehe8-^^|p^,Rec. 4, 2i, Nubian bark; Copt. KOTKe. kek-t ^ t^Q, a gnawing animal or insect, weevil (?) shrewmouse (?) ; compare Copt. K£K. Q $\ Rev- r4> IO> a gloomy- Jz%' faced man. ^*$k^, Rev. 14 22, "^ ^i darkness. B.D. 39, 13, a god who judged Äapep. .Sä A.Z. keki kekit Kekr kekrer (?) 1872, 107 kekes ^[l"^,A.z. 1873,15 to dance; see M. ket "^ê-, "^é-y^, to be small or little, tiny, helpless, abject; Il n ^^r^, small ; Copt. KOTI. ^*âf rriiâ'babe'chiid' giri"boy' small, little; plur. kettiu ^=^()(1^Ä, Leyd. Ci û 111 1 I ûû â '» Heruemheb3, Pap. 4, 2, Ci Ci Ci Ci Digitized by Microsoft ® , not small ones. I I l /wwv\ ci Ci /mV r \ I ketàb "::=^t9'' Rec- 3, 3, iv, 390, 932, o I modesty, timidity, thought, design. k^T- Ta-Til' another; r- ' n, another; ^K , another (fern.). kot ct"^ ! Nàstasen Stele 60, other things, ^ ■■ ■ ' property of others.
K [ 799 ] K <=za ket-akh (kh-t) O fli»r©i ^^|,IV, ,o89, X I \\ I, w "zzztc* I otlier things, other ci © X I ' people's things. plur. ket-kha-t ~ , Rev. 13, 59, other; 0û Q I "2?** Ck £i Al* X e 3| I, Rcc. 2i, 78, the other chiefs; Copt. KGX^0^"1, witl1 n and itl. ket kha-t , shaft of a pillar ; var. C=3 Ci ket w VÜX>« ^ baldness. Ck Ck Z7' ketà-t (I rr, cooking pot ; plur ketU-t ^K , cooking pot; plur, ketU-t^^^r, B.D. ,7,33, ^ ° $ j ibid. 31, weapons of slaughter, ■ ' gods of the divine cooking pots. Jf ***>*-. îil 1 ' gods of the divine cooking pots B.D. 167,26, cookingpot; plur. Litanie 65. Ck I ni1 Ketui-ti^^qq^^.Tombof Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 65). Ketuitt tent ba —v (1(1 "5Ë£ V ju<^^ , Tuat U> a lioness-goddess. ketfi pent, reptile. ^ \\ Tflftnn ^ \\ 'Tftftîtt, ser- kotn —"ft Rev- "> l68j tunicî G,r- ci G \nûv. keteshtâ OD 11 ketket , bread, loaf. *, to stammer, to stutter. ketket ^ \ „, to beat, to shake; Ck Ck I /» ' Copt. (TexcTcüX. ketket " '", A.Z. 1900,31,1905, 25, 37, to walk with short quick steps, to quake. ketket ^*^*^ /*r-fâs\ Nâstasen Ck Ck f 111 stele 49, ir^TsiiTrßi'ibid'43'pec" Ck Ck torals, neckbands.. ketket ^^^^^ a kind of herb or Ck o m plant. v, ^ ^—-* ket <^,^> Amen- 25> 2 = ^,- kotchaketcha ,^z^ I ^=^> I "rjv "^, to kill, to throw down ; Copt. (TeXCfoX. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 800 ] S G g & = Heb. p and a and Copt. (T. g[a] S , IV, 767, Annales III, 109, *G l^â ' IV' 6l3' ^-' Metternich Ste,e 58> G , A.Z. 1900, 28, S Rec. 29, 155, Sl^ O, Q X , & lf:i^i°HH- con- t=aÊ=3 ' A ' , a narrow C3 $&, to be in distress, to suffer want, to lack air, to be choked, suffocated ; O stricted windpipe; J5 way or path ; S ^ *f j|j, exhausted (?) g[a] ß Jj), ^p, Metternich Stele 170, 171, a suffocated child. ga, gau s ^^^' T- 277, S ^ >, T. 181, S^^ ^, P. 903, ■TT i^v tk "=à£É=a „ IJv "Sv Tk i=à£É=a _ "TL C^ -' S Ä^' P' IIl6P'' 26' ^"^» S "^ ^, to be in sore straits, to be in great need, to suffer want, to be obstructed, shut in, blockaded, deprived of something, to be empty of; Copt. tf*UX)Y, tf*HY, ZHOT. gau en gau ^^ & ^ ^ "^^ Pap. 3024, 64, without. ga-t s , S © O ! 1, S I^^,» 25 1 1 1 need, poverty. gau-t S^^^L-ZI, Greene II, 24, 25 ^fc^ rj^o, Thes. 1209, want, need. S gai S Ik lûxo^*, S S ÛQ J§£> needy one. Ga äsut &^* rjö J), BD;, mj, 4,.m, JmJJ III 5Ü a title of Osins. «• s Vu I02:2l strtSoc„« fc 4, 30, S t=àîÊ=3 (a c , S (2 i=> i=> © r ■ ^\t=aÊ=3, coffer, chest, coffin, shrine, receptacle, basket, crad,e;n^^,I£sk334, Ga nu sa Àst & ^ ç n1 ^ f$ « cradle cm I dl Ç> Sil of the son oT Isis "—a name of Apollinopolis Magna. ga S Ks. 'O , unguent or unguent pot. ga JJ ^^ I » throw-stick, boomerang. gaa S^V^jf?,T.293, S^L^, to overturn (pun on the name (I JJ ^\ (I <j j. a kind of bull ; ,vw*a 25 Vs, *!?34 1 » Koller ftAAAftA III _ffi\à> y,^J I 3, 6, young ga bulls. B D. 164, 13, claw .?' . (of a lion). ga & j^d^. S M» t0 sins, t0 si"g t0 a musical instrument. gaga s S ''SlksÉ' to cry (of a bird), to cackle; var. Gagaur s ^ö äS^I' B,D* 56, 2, 59, 2, "Great Cackler"—a title of Geb. Digitized by Microsoft ®
ö G [801] a s gaut S^o^j, Söi' B.D. 28, 4, 99, 23, thoughts (?) Sa S^^, ffi %l^. Thés. 1202, © look; varr. \\ , Annales IX, 155, to see, to <S?~ • @. e^^-, gaga &^&^^-> Love Songs 5, 11, to ogle, to " make eyes at." Ctagalt(P) ffi^S^f^l, Ombos II, 130, a goddess. gaà-t © ^ f\ ^, shrine, chapel. Oaànbekh... o^^JOJ, Canopus Stele 32 = t<* KucjjWia. Gaâ S II, 132, a goddess. Gai s g" J, Ombos Tuat VI, a god. ö, Rechnungen 66, s dû a, p.s.B. gai[t] s bottle, wine-pot; 13, 411, to work the bottle, i.e., to get drunk. gai S "^ û(| L-0, S Àmen. 17, 6, to smear, to bedaub. S gai-t S^ljlj g, A.Z. 1906,30, s G, Love Songs 2, 9, a strong-smelling unguent made from the cyperus (?) ; varr. /VAAAAA . /VAAAAA V. /VAAAAA V 11^ U ffi^,11f\^' S"^^. Anniil« IX. '56, e^S^11u^'c^rus;var-ffi^ "tfr. tt'^ A /] ° the seed or berries of the in* ^ m 1H III' same ; Copt. KKJOOT. Gait Z5 o \, , S »—i I V ^^^^^s^ed1^eVakefUl1" gai S^JIjejj, kind- manner' st^ Gaisers (a^JQP^PJ, KS gau-t s ^^Ö^3i I 'Anastasi *'23'7' S 0^ ^*~H tw\, defile, a mountain pass. gaua B^fj.N. 6*8, ffi^f] ^A, Amen. „,4, B^fl^,, to blockade, to besiege ; see JJ 4p ) <K\ , T. 340, gaua S ^ ^] % to sing, to praise; var. S V, a kind of horse, stallion (?) 11 1 w gauana S ^ f) ^ \ ,„• Israel Stele 6, sacks, bags to hold clothes; Copt. (Tbotne. gauasha S^f]^SRec'I4' "■ Thes. ,,oo, B^fl ^OD^. » break, to smash. gauasha S^fl^ïïU^^ Mission I, 607, S^£)^°°V^' s^f]^T^'to turn away> to expel, to 'pluck out, to cut down (of trees) ; gauaten S^fl^^lG' Anastasi I, 24, 6, IV, 3, 1, Q ^ ^| ^ a <5==> Koller 3, 2, to tie, to bind, to tie Ö @L—a together, to repair. • ., ~ gauf-t JA ers in the Tuat. ° *** Digitized by Microsoft ® @ ° j a seed used in l<=^_ o 1' medicine (?) 3 E
s G [ 802 ] G M gaum(?) ^@^)> Ber& T> 3o, to be weak, fatigue, weakness, helplessness. ^~~f, Love Songs 1, 11, 5, 3, arm; dual 1201, ZS^v Sk~~Ü?> Festschrift 117, S ~_J Copt. tf"&oi, xcboi. gab S^Je"'Placeoft gabS^J^ZsJ%» B.D. 149, 7, 4, to look with evil design, malign glance. <^> S "_^ J ^^' t0 be Weak' t0 be Sict feeble, to fail in health, defective (in quality), short (in weight), exhausted, tired, adversity, misery ; Copt. (TÏÏfte, xeftl, (Tboft, tf"(joft »Ufi, xe&UOT ; S ^ J ^ f 7 Sphinx 14, 221, a bad year; 25 ifc*^ IN or Love Songs 4, 5. gabU^\J4'ReC-2Io?noavateg to be wretched, miserable, weak, helpless". gabgab ffi^J^S^J^^ be broken or overthrown, to be dashed in pieces ; see S J %* and S J S J ^?; Copt. gabga[b]iun^j|^[J]^ ^U4 !, Rev. 6, in, the slain, those overthrown in battle =» D* and © **|- ] o VST, leaf, leaves, foliage; Copt. (Ttu&e. gab-tizS^J^,n^J>|, B.D. 172, 15, hair, tress, foliage. gabun s ^ J_p^>tiredj wearied- gabesbes & ^ J P J (1 > Sallier Pap. 11, 13, 15 gabguffi^Ja^.ffi^J gap s kind of goose. ~ , Anastasi 4, 2, 10, Koller 2, 1, 8, to catch (?) to seize (?) gafi S 1^1, Koller 4, 3, S ., IV, 949, S , S \\ w , S- l\£^, a long-tailed monkey, the pratas monkey, ape (cercopithecus) ; plur. I ^^|,B.D.I36A,5, S^^^ ^, Litanie64; see S !]^=-, ^^^?J compare Heb. plur. O^Dp, 1 Kings x, 22.= Q^Dip 2 Chron. ix, 2 r, Gr. K>}ßo<t, «^Vov, KetTror. Gaf s the Ape-god—a form of Râ. gaf S L-JJ, S to knead dough, to force, to compel; J5 • «J? \7 1 j Âmen. 12, 17. L-fl, \\ a \\ I I' gafgaf ffi^^S^ NX ,,,.* kind of bread or cake. gamai s ^ 1> !] !) ^ » an oily PlanL J!]!]^^! gamh © ^^^^»t0 see, to look upon, to perceive; see J5 1\ X yV Digitized by Microsoft ®
S G [ 803] G S gan S^-A-jg), ZS^Ö^.weak, helpless, soft, fluid (of unguent). gann ffi]k_@' nl^@ ^ , Anastasi I, 23, 5, Koller 5, 3, to faint, to drop with fatigue, to be helpless, weak ; see S S\; Copt. (Tnorc, tf~)m, xhh, (Tho. gann S , tongue (?) AA/WVA Ç III w w f| , B.M. 5639A, »CT AA/WVA gann s 16, lamp-stand (?) ganuslkiL^>ffi^'ö<ss ^+t", reed, marsh flower ; see ^ 3 ; Heb. HDÇ. ganuiu s ^ Ö ()(| ^5, A.Z. i9oo, 33, water plants. ganraga s AA/WVA ü'l S Mélanges 3, 2, 153, but read gantga J5 transfer, to translate, to render; compare Heb. gansa & K^ u 'S1 xHL Àmen. 8,20, 13, ii, 18, 17 gangar a ^ , S^-=>#. <° sing ; Copt. cTïtoTt, xercxerc. gar s j^^T» Purse> ba& wa,,eL ear n^-2*! Rev* I2' 9' lie>3^e" gar S .Äeb ! ' hood ; Copt. <T6K gara (?) S "^ ^ , f| » Anastasi IV, 14, 5, fire, furnace (?) garagantesi S "^ -ä*^ Z5 "^ (1(1 o, Rev. 12, 67, gourd, pumpkin; Gr. tcoXÔKvvOot. Glossed by Copt. K£.X<LK£.nei. garbu, garpu S ^ ^v ( J e Q Koller 2, 1, S \\ ■>G'S eL—a, Ait-K. 1059, s \\ D =>i e £^j, Anastasi I, 26, 5, S ^ ^ D^t—fl, to hammer, to rework, to bolt together; compare Heb. P]73. \\ D 0 garp-t ffi ^ ^ , — ^, dove, a kind of pigeon ; Copt. CTpOJULRe. . fc^tfca ^=3 night, darkness ; Copt. // 000 .Äa I "-0 garh garsetop(?) s kind of medicinal unguent. garta s^ cinal plant and the unguent made from it ; Copt. gartchana ffi^*iV&?. a pronged' instrument; Heb. |iÜJ7fp, 1 Sam. xiii, 21. ertfaa t=àîÊ=3 AH, to rest, to be weary. gahesffi^pl^.n^^^, gazelle, antelope; fern. S J^ $ [• ° ^b$>* piur-sWMi'Koiier3'6-si I fl H ! ; Copt. (T&oc. gas ZS^P«—fl. S^P£,. S M(, to smear, to anoint; Copt. oö~C. gasu S '^ PqI, anointings. gas S J^ M c~3 » Berg. I, 56, embalming chamber; var. tt Mem. Gasut 'S ^ fl i£ ^° j^>, N. 975, the Bull-god of heaven. gaS ^Ik1?1^' S Love Songs 7, 6, grief, mourning, stiff, stiff- necked; var. S fl IqJ ^..?(?) gas s^Kflq*] 4^,, Peasant 162, to go out of repair, to fall away ; var. S ^> P é ^ ^S « ^ Digitized by Microsoft® Jri «"T
gasar & G [ 804 ] G i i Q, ring, signet; * Copt. KCOTp, ttjCTOTp. gasf-t 7A ¥\ M , a seed or fruit ^ Jä&l o III' used in medicine. gash S ^ c3o f*> A.Z. 1868, 9, S ^ , r> S ^ , r , » to spill, to pour out, to sprinkle, to bedew, a pouring out, inundation. gash ZS ^ nn ~jj Agt, to flatter, to wheedle" ; Copt. KUUpctJ. gash S^m^, 5^oo (| ^, B ^m| I ^, reed; plur. S ^aa ^1, A.Z. 1900, 30, S^caaS^E, . in Sunn 111 (^^var.^fj^CoptK^ gashu s , Ombos II, c^^-Z j Rec. 21, 96, a S jE^i' bird.. 132, a goddess. gatâ.tffi^l^.ffi^)!) a kind of cake or bread. ointment, unguent; var. S ÏÏ I gatha s _^^f'x^' Amen- J3> 5, to smite, to strike, to be violent (?) Gata S\^^|,B.D. (Saite) 78, 19, a god. gà-t (?) S û ° , Décrets 29> a ki«d of l t=asfc=a of bread. gâus^tl, ZS() j cyperus ; Copt. I ' KKJUOY. t=àîÊ=3 gâu s(] gâf s(|* gàhi[t] S I) |()() ^, Mission r3> 7, a , a sculptor's wallet. ape, monkey ; plur. in Heb. QiDpor D^Dip. gâ, gâi S nnm, S precious stone. nnm, a kind of gä Sc Jour. As. 1908, 255, to wait; Copt. (TU3. ^7111 gl' gâa S °^" > censer; Copt. ZH. gâi en änkh & ^7 ^ u ^ wvw Y7 "T* w , Rec. 13, 36, the act of living ; Copt (rtnumg,. O, Rev. 12, 68, the gäräb S sea cray-fish or spiny lobster, the Palinurus (?), perhaps also the stag-beetle ; Gr. icapaßos, glossed by Kapaß. eâh 5v^| t0 reach out, to stretch out, XJ ]$' to extend. gâh S 8 ^- $ } chapel, shrine. Gäsanträ S ^ q ° ^7 $ Rev. 11, t8o, Cassandra; Gr. Kacavipa. gâgâ (gaga) S S 2^2, Rev. 12, 39 = K.&.K in <LçyK<LK. kind of plant, Digitized by Microsoft ® gl S üü (j , REV. I3, 58 =- TO wpooJKOV. gi 25 (1 (1S tj, form, like, manner, character. giunema O ""J-fl-^ &$. Rev., the act of eating ; Copt. cTmOYCJUJUL. gi en au S A A fl ^^ A A .a, the act of coming; Copt. (Tlltei. gi en ânkh s AM *~^^7 ■?• ®, Jour. As. 1908, 271,- the act of living; Copt. gi en üben s Rev. 13, 40, rising. gi en reg & running away. gi en sef & 108, the manner of yesterday. gi en tchara & Rev. 13, 103 gisu S •\^ 0 a*/w\a ^r y^ j Rev.*, o ", Rev. 12, ^7 ; Copt. (TmcTï.'Xo(?) 0(3=0= Rev. 12, 115, drink- I 1 1 1 ' ing ; Copt. <TiITCUJ.
zs G [ 805 ] G S gi segerh & ()() | (Ij^ $ X^1 |], Rev., condition of peace. gi 7A flfl yi throne> stcPs> hi8h Placc> terrace. S1 S (JIJ O > to be corrupt, to perish. Rec. 4, 21, a plant or herb; SÛÛ^^^g gi S gir S -Sä i 11 , mason, artisan. Jour. As. 1908, 268, seat, 'throne; Copt. KoXXe(?) o-i+i TT nn°&&i&< Rev- i2> 2Ö ; gltl SMS' CqpttfW gitcha (?) S ()() <4^|j>> hand(?); Copt. CTlX (?) SU S^^i, S ^, a kind of cattle. gU S^jf. I^jf, |V sack, bag, basket; plur. & % ^ , L-D. Ill, i6a, baskets [of tribute]. gui-t S ^ûû^"1 coffer> chest- gU-t (?) ub Ma a kind 0f workman : plur. Se^^J!,Gol. Hamm. 11, 76. g" S^T&, S^&, |^T,cyperus of various kinds: of ft I , of , of j ] ^,of<=>| D ö, of .^^X, and of the SS I AWM O O O I 1 1 Oasis tfcv O 1 « • 25 ° cyPerus berries i Oasis, ^ ( ^© , ^m, Copt ki(joot gU |^, Rev. Ilf I74, S \fa, Jour. As. 1908, 248, to be choked, to be blocked up, to be restrained or constrained ; Copt. (Tüoot, (Trot. s f) &£r n f] ^'t0 besiege-t0 shut up, to shut in, to blockade, to put under restraint; var. S *£) ® gua S ^j "^ ® , Hh. 487, tightness or twisting of the chest, a disease. gua-t s £) ^\ ©, box> a Phce of .re- w Û ( _B& straint gui S^(|(|(|,altar. gTli S \^ û (] M > honour, praise. gug s^t 1, to abuse (?); ,o* IV, 1104, each cursed the other. gob S J ^, A.Z. 1906,147, "^ J ^ , Love Songs 4, 6, a kind of goose. Geb ^ J'u- 2i°' ^JjlHIT "^ J ^7 cf) > 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 ^^J); Gr. Kijß. Later- forms are : J5 J\ Jft > Rec. • 7,94, oJ^^J.^J^-^Je M¥-uJJ-J|—JJ. A.Z. 1906,147-149» O J ^, O J (] ^, O J, Gebb SJJ|JU.382,-ÖJJC],A.Z. 1906, 148, S J J^*> the Earth-god. Geb 111 , Rec. 27, 87 no see note in Rec. 17, 94. Geb ^^ J , Tuat X, a god who came out of the chain that fetters Set, and who fettered Uamemti. Geb Î] Ä Tomb of Seti I, one of the J £ü ' 75 forms of Rä (No. 15). Geb ^ Digitized by Microsoft ® Tuat VI, a jackal-headed stake of torture. 3*3
S G [ 806 ] Geb O J1, Denderah IV, 80, O J \Jj\> G S Quelques Pap. 93, an ithyphallic god akin to Menu. Gebai^J^11®l'"-'Co;Uto°sf (1 <^> , Mar. Aby. I, 44. ftAAAftA Ci© I , in ßr ^=t Tuat XII, a form of <—>' Horus of the East. Gebur qJ Geb khenti khat pest-t J i 1 Hh. 242, Geb, chief of 1 ' the nine gods. "=0 Gebdenbti^J^j^,^ , Tuat II, a god with a knife-shaped phallus. Geb K Hfl RD- 99» 7> god of the ^JîO' celestial ocean. JftAAAftA n *\ /SAAA/VA <^1 -—, s r^>'w/w(for^s AAAAAA «äil _ü AAAAAA JÎCN^ AAAAAA \ <w\AftA j, the celestial ocean or Nile. AAAAAA / Gebitn^Berg.!!,,^^, TX H ° Cm^Tv ^ the goddess whose bowed ^ J p==q ' W ° ' body forms the sky. geb,geba ß J^_j, & J^^_j, sJ¥V^arm^J^]k7?> a piece of ground; dual Q J^^_j> S J ")J* ^Hj; Copt. CTßoi, Zcboi. WbbuJJ^.uJJ",^ I9o6, 149, earth, ground. geb Tj, T. 388, ^^7 , M- 404, a^ndle geb <x<x<x ••"ü IV' 367» 372, sacks of 0 ° ° ' m ' grain. geb-taj^sj^,^,1;;^ leaf, leaves, buds ; Copt. (Too&e. geb S J, sj^., sj^?, to fail, to collapse, to be helpless ; Copt. (J'^ßß.e. göbi Q ^^^' Demot Cat., to be weak, to collapse; var. A \tm ^^^> Jour. As. 1908, 300; Copt. Kuuuu&e, <5~5&e. Digitized by Microsoft ® gebgeb ^J<s J, T. 310, S J S J, M. 126, Q J Q J ^, Rec. 30, 192, & J S J S J ^», Rec. 8, 136, S J S J ^, Stat. Tab. 39, to overthrow, to slay; S J S J 3X -v_ r n the overthrown, slain ; Copt. gebgebi Z5 J Z5 J ()(j ^». Iv> 658, G JG J 11 Ö' " defeat6d and 0VerenemWyn gebgebit Q J S Jp4^> dead bodies- gebgeb öjsj^^> deformed, lame (?) a disease of the leg. gebgebi sjBj^.^l'; ^ «JVM- geba sJ^^^s^B-D- 149» vu, 4, to cast evil or threatening glances. geba qJ %*^-^> BD- 144, 12, tree, foliage, booth (?) gebir Q J(j(j _2»^, Rev. 12, 57, great man ; compare Arab. jo£. gebir Sjfj^ö,^11'168^; • gebga SJS^^., Hh. 472, Rec. 26, 225, S J S ^^^., ibid. 26, 228; varr. S Jo J^, B^js^ ^ a kind of goose. gebt Q » , throne, throne chamber. gebt s , two arms ; see Q ^_J, ZS ~-J gep S D U. 496, P. 164, M. 328, N. 859, to rain, to flood.
s G [ 807 ] G S _ */WAA __ __ gep tii ^a— ^1ttt,> ^isi, flood, storm, inundation : &>i aawm aawm aawm , Ilooa D /s/VN/** /wn^aa of water. gep S ^fcs-i nausea, sickness, a fit of D ^^' vomiting. gepàut &Qf°, ReV* IIôl8l,^enî & F d H ? m' Copt. (Ton. gepu S tk-JsEt. sPhinx Stcle 12, an evil D Jl ' glance (?) gepes &DM|, Suppl. 1297 gef S Rev- r3> 84> vengeance, avenger ; *^-' Copt. K&<L. gef^S_J^, IV, 1120,^^,^^., ^^^'5^&$> U. 423, ape, monkey; Plur- ^^o?o' T- 242,^^$#l, TT 0«v «O ' litanie 64 ; compare Heb. plur. gemgem >, Verbum D-'Dp, D"»ïnp. , U. 423, „S Gefut *£ Ci -- ^è\ , T. 242, the ape-gods of heaven. gefen n§L £ IV' rr39'.AZ- r9°8' I32' ' to revile (?) to abuse (?) gem, gemi ^^ fl, *% fl, ^ k^S^k^'lkl , to find, to discover; ^|^^> U. 200, T. 78, M. 231, N.6.o,^,^|^fl;,^fl <^> to find a mouth, *".*., to speak ; Copt. 1 ' <Tm, <Tme, zgjul, zijuli. gemi-t Ag 1. *«&. "« o, Pap. 3024, 155, something found; P'^kCr gemm /^j^LJ. ^^^, P. 36o, N. io73, to find ; fi% |J^ f}^, to find a way or means, *.*., to effect something. gemgem Ag^=Ag/=,Mar. Kam. 5*> r6, /i/g L^ ^. Ä |, Anastasi I, 28>3,^V^ \\ , B.D. ri3, 2. I> 33Ö, 2, to search out, to investigate, to reckon up. gem USher A^^, Ebers Pap. 18, 1, 89, 1, "found illegible or destroyed,"—a scribe's note indicating a lacuna in the text. J1 I ÎU found places for the dead. «—^kKJ-^k^ -|j, Rec. 29, 147, a group of gods(?) Gem husu "«kü^l^S^' B.D. 177,3; see/^^I^SvA. Gemu heru ^ |^ j J, B.D. 58, 3, a group of gods. Gem hesu ffi j^ $ W i» ' U'3&î' "«kK^^^-RD-,"-*"«k l\<£ S£. A.Z. ,900, ,7, *3?j^J p^> name or title of Râ. gemi ^ = ^^„ ^Jf1^, ^Œ. Ifck. 1 ' t0 ^e sorrow^u^ m despair. gemgem ^ ^ ^ ^ |, to pant, to breathe with difficulty, mourning, grief, mourners (?) gem. ffik^' ^k^- Rev- 12, ir, strength, power, might; Copt. (TOÂX. gemgem S^s|^, N. 877, & S Is*, Rec. 26, 227, 228, ^^/^ P. 342, /tg t\ /</g t^*, Shipwreck 59, ^k^k^' A-Z- I9°5' 37' "« Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 E 4
s G [ 808 ] , Love Songs i, 2, 7, 12, G s to break, to smash, to crush, to seize, to touch, to handle, to try by the taste or touch. gem-t © vT 1 a bird; plur. Ag <§. gemi ^]^^>^^p>aherb> garden plants. gemi ^gM,Hh. 9 gemu M?t\^ ° Ko,,er Pap- 3' 8> a -*•*■ J^\fc III'kind of precious stone. gemah S, 8 rfl, t0 weigh, to grasp, to * T7 X G enclose, to bind. Gematcha f Ag J^ e ra Demot. Cat. Ill, 247, 4, Cambyses. gemà S ^!] JL,' Rev- J4> r 00, garden. gemâ S ^ A Rev' J3. 64, evil; /— Jg3' Copt. (TbojULe. gemuh^^^,^^ Jl 8 ^\ «^îa t0 see> t0 perceive, to scrutinize ; PJJ>^-> seegemh. gemnen ^* ^\ , Rev. 1 c, \\ \\ III 102, cumin ; Heb. |ÖD, Gr. Kvfiivov, Arab. gemr ffi Ik ^a I? , Rev. n, 169, ^k-^Rev-II,,74,ÄocÄ: see, to look, to perceive ; var. t^ v|\ 8 ^5\ j®. . gemh-t^^fo^, sigh., glance, ^Jl, wick of a lamp; Plur-^*S tak§ ^> A.Z. 1867, 107, to weep, to mourn. gemh-t^^f^l^lJ ftP^ . ... ., v> , weeping woman, wailing woman, widow. garnit ^IJog.^jfofc. IV, 200, the hair over the temples or by the sides ofthe head; ^^|^^|, B.D. i46,i5,.,hairifoli^^=^iJJ^ gemh ^?/|!>A-Z- I9°r8' I2%l?ves -iX X Y 1 of trees, foliage. gemhu s^J^^P-S-B. 13,317, I, 99, part of a shrine; &^. Sj^ïT' two stones for doors of a tomb. gemsh S v^ , hair, lock, tress. gen S ö i, P. 562, & tfc> u. 491, /WWSA /WWSA /WWSA _. .*. I bull;var. tt Ö I, N. 915; plur. & ^^1, B.D. 69, 13. gen-t- S 1 n. 979, s V1, <v5L! fl, S ; ) /WWW , L.D. III, 194, 27, memorial, .A/WSA I N I record, archive, memorandum ; plur. awL £ 1, Rec. 31, 25, ,$L ^ 1, A.Z. 1880,49, J§w ^ 3, X V , 5OO, AAAAAA V> ^ V I ~ lj /WWW JL JL JÜ , /WWW £ , Tombos Stele 15, Ç ' Sj | !, IV, 1183, J£L | C^> Mar. Kara 1 1 1 S 52, 20, /vyww^\ d d d, Thes. 1285, annals. gengenu & S 333 !, Rougé I. H. /WWW /WWW N N N I 256, records, archives, annals. gen q | ° > qq |-=~"> reed> PJant; plur. AA/WNA 0(2 I I I , Leyd. Pap. 4, 14, ^_, ^5> water o ^ 1 1 1 t==t 111 plants; var. & IL ö %' Heb. Hg. Digitized by Microsoft ®
s G [809 ] G S gengen-t S S ° °, Peasant 32, ****** ****** ' ' I S S 0^T a secc* or P^ant uscd 'n medi- W*A ****** I | I CHIC. Genur S çl^i^N.çyc,, S ^* ****** N <^ ~~* 1 ******<: ~^ , B.D. 14, 4, a god who presided over offerings ; varr. £ j^ ^ ^ , J^^£ ^. Gengenur S S ^=« J), B.D. 54,2, ****** ******<~m^> 1 1 S S "^ ^=* M t the Goose-god who laid ****** ****** the Cosmic Egg; var. (Saite) ^ ^ ^** _$ Genurit S 2§/l a goddess of offer- ****** o (LA.' ings. Gen hesu jj^ j[ [1 ^^, p. 204; see gen S J7, AZ- l899» 95» a copper object. genu S , metal pots or vases. gen S S ö ****** £1± ****** \£ to beseech; S Ö i, to cry out, to beg, petitioner ; Copt. (TftoY. genn S ö*&, Jour. As. 1908, 259, to ****** dE_L be gentle or gracious ; Copt. (Tlton. gen S /&%*, S /& to be weak, ****** izx ****** izx helpless, limp. genn & /&, S o, S <^,, S ****** »ö\ 1 ****** ****** -LE^ ' ****** ******. iZX ******. ****** ****** be weak or helpless, to be- paralysed or spellbound ; Copt. (Trtorc, (Tïm, 20m, (Tno. genn âJ??î- 1^^.R- $$, 6, weaknesses, defects, troubles. genu S ö%(|h, IV,. 502, helpless man, weak; plu, fafo ^, «* being « gen-t S Wiû, Jour. As. 1908, 276, ****** dE-1 heap, abundance; Copt. (TrttJUOY. gennu£iö^||J,L.D.m,65A, 14, lamp-stands, candlesticks, stands for offerings. Digitized by Microsoft ® genu±ö^V«#*Vakind of bird, crane (?) genbut±Jh^±J-ï& Qb, a man with woolly hair (?); plur. S U o t—J. ****** *g& gem ****** a ' genmà & Ik (j € ****** _CP^ I ^7 1908,293, S l^efj?- ~ \i*\ £r A.Z. 45, 132, to revile, to abuse. friend, fosterer. ? /« ' Jour* As* O ******. genmu S (1%, u.498, S (||^ % ****** 2 _zr ****** 1 j3^_zi -A -A A , T. 319, servants, vassals. genkha S •*=» Westcar Pap. 7, 3, to ****** U work(?) genkha & **** Iv> 86»t0 be subject to, ****** i<c ' to toil under orders (?) genkha S , Tombos Stele 16, S ****** /C ******. , star, luminary; plur. X ****** o )*C I ****** ^*** Rec- 27» 225> A-z- r9o8, 131, D o dove. genkha pe-t S ****** k * pigeon ; Copt. (TpOJULIie. gensh 52,^^» winS' seec=ï,f^^. 1 ^ » ****** A gent *M* V , B.D. 38A, 6, slit, wound. gent n t^yi' ^^ ja't0 be wroth' angrj'; var. ®Ö . Copt. (TumT. ger S , S ^ , S :], Rec 21, 86, P.S.ß. 31, 15, also, further, moreover, but; 25 is often written wrongly for £Ü '*•% ,asta* <r-~^, ° ' <z>'sen Stele 30. ger-t <=>, Rec. 31, 173, 33, 29> ^^, v B.D. 64, 22, but ; Copt. (Té. û a kind of rat, mole (?); Heb. gert(?) <=>, nL,h>Gr.a-xxoï(?)
s G [810] G S ger J^^J.J^XJ' to found, etc. ; see to furnish, , possessor, ê>Ù mnD mrm ger(gerg) S v&, S owner, master; var. S JJ jl Gerteka^j^fJI,^ a god of "(jfj- Gertes S œ^>-^. S a god of o5i, to lie, falsehood ; see ger <^>^» Amen. 7, 7, 9, Rec. 31, 165, 2 Love Songs 3, 4, to be still, silent ; I' Copt. (TU). ger re & <=^>^, silent-mouthed. geru S %^^S, Peasant 211, S ^ Sr' tne s'knt man, z>., a poor man. geru (gergu) ^ gerr S <r j Rev. 8, 141,' I ' subjects. U. 498, T. 319, to run away, to flee in terror. ffi 1, hunters. geru JL^ gerger S S ^n to destroy, to de- <zxz=> molish. ger 25 v^^s»} balsam plant or tree ; o , Décrets 108, incense. o gerut 25 o ^\ p£j } scented unguent. ~pr ZA J! Rev. 12, 26, buckler, shield; B _2^viU' copt. <rx. geri &_&*, (2 ^-^ Rev. 13, 34, bolt; D ' Copt. khX, kgXi. gerr & ^a, S -ä»)A, Rev. 13,76, burnt sacrifice, offering ; Copt. tf"XlX. gerâ 25 Z7 K Rev- r3, 33, strip of cloth, ^ä ' rag (?) gerâ-t a kind of wooden weapon or tool. S geri J^ (](] ^^, Rev., pilgrim; Copt. (TblXe, Heb. "13. geriu <^>(](]'^. J Love Songs 4, 9, a 1 ' kind of bird. geri Jj^ l\t\®.\, wig, headdress. grugUS J^ç S r^i °|} Rev. 12, 69, crocus, saffron; Gr. KpÔKov. Gerbatus s ^ J ^ ^^ ^ ] -^Ä , L.D. Ill, 160, the name of a Hittite. gerp S x Rev- I3, 29, t0 be wraPPed _2as> Ö' up. gerp S □*&, Jour. As. 1908, 302, to reveal ; to reveal a matter ; lo' Copt. (TooXn. ^Ty garland, crown ; in' Copt. kXojul. \J, a kind of wild gerem & germi & ^ plant used in medicine, wild parsley; Copt. Kp<LJUL (carthamus silvestris). germpi ^ j^ D (j(j <a "^J, dove, pigeon ; Copt. (TpOJULIII. grenbet S *a^w J*?r\ P.S.B. 1888, gerh J^l"^, a.Z.. 1905, 29, J5^| , Leyd. Pap. 5, 13, Rechnungen 43, 25 S ^—0 to cease, to come to rest, to die down . ^ .' (of the wind),.finished. gerh J^5^®.^.^,(f.^. ^°> O s ~_j S *** * gerâ ^'H?'JLt° ••Rev- "» i26,<^>t (s ^ fl <■—<>, ~ , . , , , , ^ I, p=^=q, <c2>^=^0) night, darkness; plur. ^I^^^, T. 339, N. 626, ff=* Digitized by Microsoft ® to drive away, to re- f ject; Copt.XUXJOpe.
S G [811] G S T>*f, P. 537, Jj^lf \>JLl 11 p^=g ^ft, A.Z. 1905, 22 ; f=j >lc ^c5_, a whole 111 night; Copt. (Toop^. For the 12 hours of the night see Thes. 28. Gerh p=£=q Tuat ^» Night, a black vaulted * ' figure in the kingdom of Seker. Gerh & 8 , n J , one of the four elemental gods ; see Khemenu. Gerh & 8 ^_jj $ the Night-god, night * <z>X îil' personified. Gerhit & 8 ~-* JÙ, one of rhe four elemental goddesses, consort of Gerh, a personification of night. Gerh en àp-t renput & 8*=^,*^ A a fa B.D. 25, 3, the "night of counting 1 ■ w . I ill' years," night of judgement. Gerh en àrit sàp-t, etc. & 8 ^=3 /*****. a o P 1 1 1 , B.D. i8f, the " night of counting" up the dead," night of judgement. Gerh en âha-â & 8 r=g=* ****** q^ t A~—° B.D. 18, 3, night of the battle I ' between Horus and Set. I Gerh en utchä metut "Tr ******* I O S Gerh en hati ^ — ^ % j B.D. 19, 10, night of weighing > _ - - _ I ' words and deeds. Gerh en Haker & 8 *=£=* ****** [■[] , B.D. i8e, 3, night of Haker. \\ , L.D. IV, 67, night wherein a tear of Isis dropped into the Nile and caused the Inundation; Arab. Lêlet an-Nuktah. The modern festival of the " Night of the Drop " was celebrated on the nth day of Paoni (June 17). Gerh en khet khau S 8 *r~y~N ****** ®9 T^\ ^<^ RD- l8> 3» night of ill * ' fights. 1 1 1 Gerh en kheb ta S | ^^ *a— @ ]L , B.D. i8f, night of the ceremony of ploughing up the earth after it had been soaked in blood. Digitized by 8 Gorh on sähä sonnu on Ilora S 18c, 4, night of erecting the pavilion of Horus. . Gerh en sähä Tet om ToÇu S 8 ^ ~~ P ? "I'll'=fill $®^D- i 8a, 4, night of setting up the Tet pillar. Gerh en setcher Àst resut S 8 i8d, 4, watch-night of Isis. Gerh en shesp Heru meskhen neteru ^°—^^^(fif^ c\'=]c\ B.D. 19, 10, night of the resurrection of III' Horus. Gerh en sheta àru & 8 ()^^|||,Td..8h, night of the secret ceremonies (of Osiris). Gerhit & 8 T) the name of a mytho- <i—r> X (CA. ' logical serpent. Gersi S (j(j $ B.D. 144, the doorkeeper of the 18th Pylon. gersh 25 'an^[ a P,ant use(*in me<*i- <z=> (? 111' cine. gershtà &S Hill Q ^~^> a weapon (?) , "youngman," X gersheri & " Kalasirian " (Herodotus IV, 116); Copt. &pcyipe(?) eere & { t0 0CCUP>'> t0 take over s s <==>^=>' something; Copt. (TcuX. gerg J^ sc43, P. 833, J^ J^. N. 775, J^J^' T- 345' R 6°9' N* M8' c4' Thes. 120, S f ^\|, Rec. 20, 40, S Barsha 2, XXI, Jj^ S j[^> 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; ® ffl j Q > wel1 founded ; Copt, (Tcuptf^ <TpH<Té. Microsoft ®
s G [812] G S gerg per S f | C~3J to found a house, to marry; Jj^J^P^f^s-fl'IV'97, to found or set up a statue; £ ^ L.D. III, 140B, to found a town ; , L.D. III, 140B, to stablish heaven and earth; c^.0 (] ^ © ^% f ' Mar* Aby* I, 7, 68, towns colonized by Egypt. gerg-t BX-.AXtÛ,£=L ffi X^.i, o I , possessions, equipment, furniture, furnishing, mastery of a house ; plur. 25 J^ ] 1 } house furniture; 1 I S_r w -., Kubbân Stele 12. ^ 1 1 1 ' gergi J>lj> cL] landlord, overlord ; ^ ] this earth; ^|C_11==, S », possessor, , founder of I 3S /VAAAAA landlord of the Two Lands, i.e., of all Egypt. gergut < ^=&, kinsfolk, posterity. gergut S s"—"^W,P. 162,M. 252, s s r^(?v Hh.465, s < s|, hl • A "5k ° ! 5^3, Rev. 6, 29, homesteads, ^ 1 _fî^ \> I 1 ' settlements. gergU S J^ 1, parts of a ship. gerg-t S rJSsA I» 78, fishpond, orna- ' «cz^^ttftSA' mental water. gerg S ^ ^*, S s ^ ^, j^Xf Jf^. £>s^» g to lie- varr S^ < ^\ O S^ O . S0?1' tone, varr.^^J^^^,^^^^, ^^ gerg-t &X, & X, s X^> cJ=>9t' ci=>' ^'e> falseh°°d, untruth; plur. A.Z. 1879, 51, highly coloured lies; Copt. <ToX. gergi S X ^ $, Thés. 1482, S X 1, IV, 97x, liar; plur. S X S ^ Vj£, L.D. III, 140E, IV, 1078, J^^ | vrai, Rec. 35, 126, S AA%* X 1 1 1 », IV, 97 x, speakers of lies. e-pvt S l S\ Rev-, sword; Copt. ge l <=> 1 X' (Topxe. gert.à JL)Q Q' Jü^> Rev' 13, 104, finger ring. geh S , Rev. 13,89, £ geh sfl,, ojft,^^ gehu S I ^ ^ ^, helpless ones. geh £ 8 £ c^\ a disease of the feet. gehes s $ [1 tjl, J [1 ^, A.Z. x866, 99, SJP ^3, Rec. 29, 148, sjflwtjl, IV, x7x, gazelle; fem. ß | ^ ^, ß| igi(j(j I^o, Rev. xi, x5o; var. S^f P^> Copt. (Te^ci, (Tb&ci, er&oc," (Tzoc, cyzoc. Gehsit ^2= W ~ , a gazelle-goddess. - gehes I [I J^, Leyd.Pap.8,5, | 1 ^ , Westcar X2, 5, toilet- Westcar 2, x, ^ II case, box, chest. ges c=, cz 1 1 1 f 1 1 ges , / ; Palermo Stele, one half; one year and a half; Copt. (Tbc, zoc, (Tic, zee. <=,ap= :, U. 209,490, P. 97, X9x, M. 362, N. 914, 1142, ® H, T. 208, the side; 1^1 east, i.e., left side; 1 immji /VA/WSA w , west, />., right .side; Digitized by Microsoft ®
S G [813] G S a ****** °_sp S i£irr=j;, the south ; U. 580, one on this side, one on that side; dual ^, P. 182, ^ fl, P. 667, 776, Ö P ~\\ \\, the two sides; ;, N.891, | \\, , the two sides of a house ; £M, both sides of a boat; plur. S fl £^, N. 976. ges — en ges v** ergescr^^, (] <=> ' ; by, near; er gesui I 1 1 1 , all sides ; for <z> , p, x^p ÜZ>U.585, on both sides; tat her ges A—fl ^ IV, 971, 1090, , Thes. 1482, to set 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 ^Ä he who is at the side, P\' bystander. ", fold, resting-place of a flock ; Ö 1 1 1 I 1, shepherds' pens ; , IV, 1114, town enclosures. gesu ployed in government storehouses. men em- gesi — , run; Copt. (TOXI. ges-t ©p *¥> BP 7\ ", to stride, to P. 376, N. 1151, -»-, A.Z. 1908, 1x8, course, stride; plur. —-**— 1 ; o -A 1 o7\ gesges — 3 , lord of running, the jackal. X L-fl' \\ x 7\ ' L-fl ' ^^— AA/WVA /VS/WVA H /VS/WVA gesges ges ® , A.Z. 1873, 131, gifts (?) >, Rev. - -Cjr to tie, to bind. ges SR,.0-, Ebers Pap. 106, 4, J5_, I tw—Z) 0 "5"'_^--tfö'_*_^)' _^_u-fl'-^_ SU'/5"^» to smear with oil or unguent, to anoint; Sp^^ >,?,. IV, 688, rubbed with oil. gesu —£— Ö, unguent, oil. gesges S—fl, L—fl, to mix ointment. gesges _S_ _S_ t-fl, ß ß ^, ^ ~ £ /|# to measure. U-fl, gesa r „, to measure with cord. l_=fl gesa s P iqJ *^^» Peasant 312, sP^^i^>spé^^sp Hh ^Üs\ ^& t0 ^ (**) t0 waver> t0 be untrue ^ _!^.2i' (of scales), falsehood. gesa s [qJ 3^=1, to increase, to overflow, to fill to overflowing. Digitized by Microsoft ® gesa Gesi gesu s é S © $. Rev. 11, 148, to be JzA ' troubled. mnD, a kind of stone. , Cairo Pap. IV, 2, a god. r, —*—, r-»—, flatulence, a disease (?); Copt. (TcoC. geSU Z5 P % IS > hide, skin. Geseptiu(?) E^^TTI', Thes. 59, the gods of the 7th day of the month. gespekh '"T ^ "=", a kind of br(?d D © J 1 1 1 ' or cake. gesfen Z5 P Σ£, Ebers Pap. 48, 13, 60 _ £~ ""^ 'bid. 65, 3, a seed used in ' '' *^ • o •' medicine.
X S G [814] G m gesem gesem S ■^ ) Rev., windstorm ; HP» Copt. (TbcXJL. fa /VAAAAA /VAAAAA fc /VS/WVA /VA/VNAA /VAAAAA , rainstorm, flood; Copt. (TtOCJUL, (TOCJUL. gesr i, Rec. i, 52, _ « 1 • -<=;fV -£— <=^ Rev. 17, T46, bunch, bundle, \\ 1 I r' measure. geshu (?) gestà ^=ü= > iv, 503, ^ ]^,Peasant3o5,^]!)^, =](), Rec. 6, 127, writing palette; ebony palette. I o). scribe's -\ r. n /vs/wv\ J (J — ra J-^, Gestà =)y. =[!}() J.T 1 fifi $ one of the four sons.of Horus ; see OH HO' Amest, Mestà. gestir gestep gesth gest CL w D Rec. 4, 121, un- , 1 o o o ' guent (?) £ ~n, to protect (?) 7\ to run, to stride ; Copt. j\ ' (Toxi. to run, to stride; ^ ' Copt. (Tern. gesteb ^(?) gesh ^ var. D S f1"^, to pour out,' do ' oaf • ' F ' to sprinkle, to bedew ; Copt. ZUJCy. gesh-t r^r-1 , a pool, lake. geshà ^ (1 3, reed, rush; varr. Z5 an|\J, j^lÇi Copt. Ki.çg. Geshi S /)/) A a form of the Sun-god. geshp S D of, Rev. 13, 29, to recite magic prayers ; compare Heb. F)tt?3. the bark of a tree; Copt. KOTK6. geg », the cry of the goose or of the " divine hawk " / jl ft ^z^ 1 )* see gegg », to eat 0 8tt^» ^u^^' B'a (Nu>64> I9't0 peep, to pry into, to look with curiosity, to wink the eyes. get S AA/WVA n 0 ww«. , fish-pool ; Copt. (TUJT\ C± Aft/WVA I 1 get ^9?, an unguent. Getà ^ û A Tuat VI, a god in theTuat geti ^ Ci @ , a fruit. Ill geten &£, heaP' Pile <?> > CoPt z^7" öS' juie(?) geteg "J "J, Rev. 12, 66, to move rapidly. Ck .A getcham & 1 handful; Copt. (fê^XX/LH. S! I, Rev. 12, 26, a Digitized by Microsoft ®
[815 ] t û » Heb.n and Copt. T. tv °>$> |> ° $> lhou' thee' t o =» /\, bread, loaf, cake. + ~\ IV, 890, while, whilst, when, as, bell ' cause, since, during. t Ä-A 0, to give. £/ t J TO, staff, support; var. | (j. I j Gen. Epist. 63, misery, ' wretchedness. (?) 1 ta <^l£\> o<K\ (I, demon, pron. "this," later the fem. article ; Copt. TA.I, TH. ta o"%\ O l, Rev., this; Copt. TH. ta o O O' moment, time ; see at ta) Ck £, Rev. 13, 75, time ; Copt. TH ta-t o ta '=**=*, T. 392, v^ û part, portion (in arith- ™> |' metic). , M. 406, s' \> I I V Is U31 3, Rev. n, 181, ^^ , ground, land, earth, world, soil, dust ; Copt. TO, 0O. 0 Nàstasen Stele 10, land, ta-t taui country. 74, the Two Lands, i.e., South-land and Northland, or Upper and Lower Egypt, the former being the realm of Horus, V\ , and the latter that of Set, /VsJ, Rec. 15, 150. taiu T o 's \> \> \> »s s s n CD , Tour. As. 1908, III' J y ' 291, lands, the world; 5^, U. 573, N. 967, the four quarters of the world. ta with hetch q _i, q „in, \>T OC 1 si O "earth lightening,"/.*., dawn, daybreak ta with sma 3 ., 3-D- IB, 2, I \> to bury in the earth ,B.D. 17,47,49 - foA tau Tauiu (?) P. 829, landsmen, people of a country, men, folk. !, ss ÜL ill I people of the Two Lands, i.e., Egyptians. &M\> Ta-meràu IfSAâi- the people of the land of the Nile-flood, i.e., the Egyptians. I ta-temu(?), tamu (?) !, Heruemhebs, ^^^gf^. îjêr^^^^i'Amen- "' "•allthe men and women inhabiting a country, population. Ta Àabetch =s*= 2 , T. 274, " land of the head;box of Osiris"—a royal title. Ta àakhu «^1^o^ l££, land of the Spirits, a part of the Central or Southern Sudan. Ta ur =^?5=> l^e east' l^e r1^1 s'^e °^ a ^sfe=r' ship, starboard. Digitized by Microsoft & ta ber J J j\ J 1 I ^ ^ ä unenclosed or waste £5*^ &£/) land, foreign land.
T [ 816 ] T Ta meh °°S, , the land of he North, the Delta, Lower Egypt. Ta neheh ' ' I H A . _ ASv K O §, " Land of Eternity," i.e., the grave Ta neter 1 " , " Land of the God," the southern part of the Eastern Desert and Arabia. Taiu im neteru ^ Ö i^l b.d., " Lands of the Gods," i.e., Arabia and other countries to the east of Egypt. Taui Rekhti ^ ^ =??, B.D. I, i6, i8d, 3, etc., the countries of Isis and Nephthys ; sss c» \\ see \>\>\> =?? Ta kharu <«^iv 1 B.D., land (or, island) of the kharu I ' birds. ta sebek tashu =F , a kind of earth, clay. Rev. 14, 51, uncultivated land. Ta shemä =^= -iü, the land of the South, the South, Upper Egypt. Ta , ^1, the primeval Earth-god, husband of the Sky-goddess © ^ 3. Tatiu I, B.D. 49, 19, Earth- gods as opposed to sky-gods opposed io SKy-goas Ta =^=> A Tuat III: (i)the Earth-god; (2) , a district god, Tuat VIII ; ^ÖT, the god of a Circle. Taàakhut Z\®\^ê Tuat VI, the abode of Osiris in the Tuat. Taui Àger ^ï(] S ^ P Ani 2, 9, the districts of the Tuat of Memphis and Heliopolis. Ta änkhtt f (W), land of Life, i.e., the Tuat, the cemetery, the grave. Tauâb ^"/T the Pure ^"^ '•'•' ln( J the Tuat. , B.D. 40, 5, Great Ta ur I : Land, a part of the Tuat. Ta mes tenet "" ffi fl ^Tï, B.D. 140, 7, a title of the Tuat. Ta en maât \> > 163, 12, " land of Truth "—a name of the kingdom of Osiris. Ta en maâ kheru **»* I s , Ani 1, 27, "land of Truth-speaking," a name of the kingdom of Osiris. For , "land," " island " may perhaps be read. Ta nefer T *^, b.d. 140, 5, " beautiful Land," a title of the Tuat. Ta he-t ânkh ^ci|]û| Tuat VI, the abode of Osiris in the Tuat. s I I £)\m , Pap. Ani 2, 5, a title of Osiris. Ta her-sta-nef AA/WVA I S Ta Sekri domain of Seker. Ta shet I s ^ X " Land of the Lake," i.e., the Fayyûm. \\ Jj, Tuat V, the AA/WVA w»«, Ombos I, 319, Ta sheta OD X , B.D. 22, 3, " the hidden Land," i.e., the Other World. Ta qebb AA/WVA AA/WVA AA/WVAj B.D. 6l, 8, " Land of Refreshing," i.e., the Tuat. Ta tuba (Tautbà ?) ^^% Jû $\> a god of food. Ta tebu ^ o J ^ ©, b.d. 85, 15, a district in the Tuat; var. <z> fl %rjj- Ta Tuat ^ ^ l^e ^anc* °^ ^e ^^er s I ^n' World. Ta Teser m the V holy Land '* ; see Ta Tcheser. Digitized by Microsoft ®
T [ 817 ] , T Ck Ta tchosor >W (W), P. 121, , T. i75J,aîW- > M. 157, Ta tchet ta"-ö, N. no, B.D. 182, 12, "the holy Land," i.e., the 'fuat. ^ " Land of Eternity," J^X' />., theTuat. Ö 1 s in D .m 111' D fluid of some kind, drink (?) ta û - ^ AA/WVA AA/WVA Ö J\ Ô. , Rev. . ilk^'t0J0Urney- ta Q, U. 97, N. 375, Q j^, T. 335, ^0, Jl'i'Si'Sâi'^i' a^k 111 ff==^ 1 w 1 w 111 ff=n 1 1 r oui' & (1(1 , bread, loaf, cake, a cake made of fruit, e.g., r\ w^w \III Q} V, 161, mulberry bread; f O IUI, B.D. 169, 21, 22, the four cakes of Sekhem and Äqenu: Q D , B.D. M "—"III! 189, 20, the seven cakes; o yX5 III, T. 344, the three meals of heaven; o yP ||, the two meals of earth. tata gG=Dga=DGO gg sacrificial S 1 1 1 Ö 1 1 1 Will OO bread. ta asher rn ^ (^s-Tk on ^, a kind of toasted bread presented as an offering. Ta àkhem khesetch R h f] *W T. 288, M.65, N. 126, the bread in I f ' corruptible eaten by the blessed ta aa aa /v< a kind of cake. tauäb z""*? holy bread (made by f J' the god Ptah). ta Menu(?) |ŒEED cakes of Menu. 1 1 1 , Berg. I, 14, ta en àâh Q «»« ^?->, IV, 1131, bread of the moon, i.e., of the month. tau en unem TTT -0- ^T 8$> Rec* /VS/WVA U J3*^ «ELL 17, 145, "eating bread"—a kind of bread. ta on SOkh-t a ~vw* (JJjj), a "field- bread "—a kind of bread. Ta en tchot f\ ~~™ ;T^, " everlasting bread " eaten by the blessed. tau nefor 1 1 1 6' flour. bread made of fine 01 I tau nefer âhâ (?) g <E3> î ë Rec. 17, 145, a kind of bread. tau re ö Ô I <= — I I III I III' Anastasi III, 2, 5. tau heru a (^ Ü 1 1 1 <=> celestials, i.e., bread of angels ill- 8 ^K 1, bread of the ta hetch A Î A, a P>rramid Ioaf of white ta sàf 1 1 1 ta tua o ô e iTU""* a kind of ^ ^ ^ ' bread. » *j0 *k ^' ^3' ^e morn" 0 ( ' ing bread. +„ r» _Q_ Bubastis 51, slab of stone, rrrrm ' H_r' stone, altar slab. Ta(?) q ^, Rec. 26, 224, O ^, the god Thoth. D i \- D \ \ $• Pap- 3°24' 47' Pi (|(| Q, Metternich Stele 80, to glow, to be red-hot, to burn, to be ardent, to be angry, hot, burning, to be hot, to boil (of water), fiery: +„„ ° "Ek^ H| a fiery man, one of ardent ^ Jifi^ tr disposition. P ta âb man who is naturally irascible. ta kha-t 0 ^?>S O 1' D a fiery man, ardent, irascible. Tare D^^w»- "^o"-01"»"- the name of a mythological serpent. ta re £}]h ^SV> enemy, foe. Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 *
[818] (\ <? <? B.D. 125, II, one of the 42 assessors »4 -*-*' of Osiris. ta-t ^ I, Rouge I.H. 256, E v& 1, Amen. ^ l company, assembly, crowd, mob, tribunal ; . D I o , great council ; ^ , great council of the city î yr ' j £^ /W\**A , council of the land : I h o I £1 I a £) ^Q I taken into court (of a case at law) ; Copt. eo. !> ta D ta o ta o \> D nvn , boundary. (?. ^, a plant. r=a, o^ O, (e=_u, Rev. 11, 178, to defile, to pollute, to be impure. tata o *è\ o ^^v (<==ö)> t0 masturbate, to pollute; van <r~=> \^ ^""^ 1£\ <c==vi. tataà-t Ck <KS, Ck ^\ (I ^_^, copulation, masturbation, sexual pollution. Ta-t o"^\ ® ° , Rev. 11,186, theTuat or Other World ; see. Tuat. taà^^L(),demo„st.pron.fem. this; see taA û<^K,vv^, Rev. .., .3« = *"k^'t0ad0re- P. ,,N. 3^5^():S.P-326,^() °°t.N. 3^6, 985. D ^^. U. 66, 67, 5 *S£ ÜV U- 67, g ^ (j - ^ö, T. 380, f=2 (J II > a goddess who wove apparel for the deceased in the Other World ; var. ^ h \J\, U. 66; and see Tai. (I<=>^\0, to bind, to fetter; var. taàt 0*^1) ®-\ Rev. - Copt. T6T. taân-t o <|\ „ gû o, Jour.'As. 1908, 238, completion. ck £> Ta4a-t.pa.UMst ^ 0 ^ 1 , Mar. Karn. 42,- 21, title of a goddess. \\ , conjunctive particle ; Copt T€. \\ tai o tai ^.^\ °^44' belonsin& t0' tai-à o^()(]^,my,mine;tai-k o^ , tai-t ^^ ()()$> thy, thine; tai-f ., his ; tai-S o her, hers; tai-n o ^^ \]\] , our, ours; tai-ten o sen o ^aaaaa, your, yours; tai- their, theirs. Demotic forms are: <^^v\ (J v ., my, mine (Rev. 11,124); o **\ (j \j\ T<L, ., Rev. 11, 168, o « , Rev. 13,2, his; Copt. TOO in TOOI, .TOOK, TOOq, TOOIt, etc. tai D M at'^ I9°5'*5'D Rec. 31, 197, to withstand, to resist; Copt. T^IO. tai g (](] ^ Cijf, Rec 32, 84, ^yf, to clothe, to dress, to array in apparel. tai-t D Rec32, 84, g (]^^>5 a sheet of cloth or linen, sail, awning, garment, clothing, apparel ; £) <K\ >K || 1, mummy swathings. \\ \\ Tj , " bandaged one "—a title of Osiris. Digitized by Microsoft ®
T [819] T a Tait S "k Ü1 - ^«> \ ^ D f)f) ^'T^^' ReC* 27, 232, 31, '72. 5"^ 11 £■ *~ 3.. 6,, g &HT Tuat vn- d^11oTS\' B-D-82-8- dM^5>»§^11 o ßv ^ Ik 44 o'the goddess of wcaving; -J>1^=.T-3«o.5k1^ 77777 vvÏÏ< ÏÏ-SÏÏ-^-nk11ï?.nk , door, gate, portal, threshold ; Copt. TOTé.. Taitt5i]1ÏÏ^ excellence, i.e., the tomb. , the "Gate," par Taitt Berg. II, 12, a form rv/W of Ament. tai o ^\ MM & , scorpion. B.D. 108, 3, fifty; Copt. T£JOT, T£JO. belonging to him, his ; """'Copt. Tooq, xeq. taiu(?) nnnnn, tai-f a tair g , fiend, enemy; see D tai-set D i, belonging to her, hers ; see o P. 368, a god of apparel. tauai ^^^| (|(|o 1, Rev. 12, 38, morning ; Copt. TOOYI. taufSiw^obeHbut5 , furnace, kiln, oven. Taurit o 1§ a hippopotamus- goddess. tauh (?) o "^ ^ J ^. l^e Songs 4, 10, to sink down. taush-t D Qrrn ss 1 x 1 1 I, borders, boundaries; sec D X XT tab-t 4J° o^*D> brick, :, slab; var. o I ; Copt TUJÄe, -*^' [CD tile taf *-=»- Hearst Pap. 9, 18, furnace, CTD ' oven. D Ö, sack, bag, skin ; var. ^^ g. tamà ^ ^fe, Qx, Rev. 13, 76, what is fitting, seemly ; Copt. TOOJUL6. tami ^^s. t^ /^> Rev. 14, 19, to be silent ; Copt. XÜOJÜL. tamit o o, Rev. 13, g2, the midst of; Copt. XJÜLKX6. ^STßflRn, Peasant 131, tamu D some disgusting thing or quality; var. *=* tamen-t ^^, *^ fl <=, Rev. - Copt. TJUUIte, this manner. Tanen^HI-)1ZJ-R- 6, 96, a very ancient earth-god ; *vww @ Jn AAA»W\ l_l , the "great Tanen." TTO' TT 0 £T O' Tanen-t j.j.. .of, AAAA/W Ci consort of Tanen, an earth-god dess Tanen-t 1 1 1 WAAAA/W ™£J, B.D. 17, 122, -\ -\ AAAAAA i^^i -> *\ AAAAAA logical locality; (2) an important sanctuary of Seker; (3) the burial-place of Osiris. Taneb-tàur *\^&*JL>$\> Ombos I, 193, a goddess of offerings. Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 r 2
[ 820 ] Ta nett em khen uàa o >?$ Jflk' Denderah ni> IO> a title of Hathor. Ta nett em tcheser (?) ^ <è\ Denderah II, 50, a name of the solar Tar D "ttftnn disk. _2ä^§j, B.D. T64,16, g Àmen. 5, 10, 12, 16, a fiend in the Tuat. taru nIL ST i, fiends'demons'devils' u w^> ^^ 1 enemies. tarara ^j^^ä^i^ ^>~), Rev. 14, 13, to rejoice; Copt. xeXnX. Taràush f^E^cTTlIl, Darius; Pers. I ÏÏ TU 3 T<- ^T3 <"TT" « > Da-a-ra-ya-va-u-sh, Bab. T £]<] -n<T £-Ty 1H<T> Da-ri-ya-mush, Gr. Aa/seîoç. Tariush ( ^ (ß g j^ ], (sfC^], Darius. Tarush ( ^ ^> îtÏÏP» Darius; var. L.D. Ill, 146, 3, the name of a Hittite envoy to Rameses II. tahan ra^af ru ^»a. forehead; varr. o^L H3 ®,c^ H3 ® -Circs' MWW\ I AAA/WV I ® o ; Copt xe&rce. tan D D 'wvwwv, B.D. no, 37, D /WW« \^ L-fl'D t j; to dip in water, to submerge, to ' plunge into water, to sink. tah-t ÜL. Rec- 3i, 3o, submersion. Metternich Stele 54, 57, a Delta woman; ft «ffc nô JJ 1, dwellers in the Delta marshes. tah-t D G © 1 Ö, D LeydPap^g^Og^J scoriae, sediment (?) scum, froth (?) talma D ^ — f) ^ ^, dross, lees, dregs, sediment (?) ta^en SEW1' ^^^W1' to be bright, to shine, to glitter, to sparkle ; see takheb ^ <K\ ® J C3,' sweat, any exudation or emission of the body; var. 1 O. takhbustà ^"|^Jeé)(|fh J J £ 61 11 (1 -fl", Harris 500, 2, 4, 12, sack. takhen R ® ^, P. 229 ; var. - Ngà, U. 538. [q! , Rev., harshness, abruptness ; ° !k ^ i û °'Rev*; CopL x(joc* Tasakhrit (?) "^ "ü> <§>w(L Treaty 29, a goddess. Ta-sen-t-nefer-t -^|-J°|, Ombos II, 156, 181, Tefnut, the consort of Heru-ur of Ombos. tas o tash ~ \> , P. 73, M. 103, N. 13, Û" D x ' D ao \!^ , , boun- ss 1 v\ 1 1 dary, frontier; plur. «= 00 Q M. 640, Vfl rnjill'nn' Jp, P. 338, rzszi IV, 647, D Copt. TOcy. tagaru ^"^S Stele 33, a mineral. tat(?) o^o< o !i D 00 x 1 (2 1; , Herusàtef I III' " , to nurse, to suckle ; var. Tatt Jp ; see Taàtt, U. 66. Digitized by Microsoft <b>
[ 821 ] tatutu *M^\°\^, B.D. (Saite) 145, 16, a kind of wood. Tatunen7>WZ$>Ba 84, 13, 180, 13,^*=% + + /ft; var. Tatui- ^Tzimnà-™«--»- 1 \>@ Tatenon M), Budge, Gods of 3S AA/WVA Egypt 509 fif., an ancient Earth-god, one of the creators of the world ; varr. Tatunen, Tathu- nen. I h tatha M Tathunen Mill» Tathenen mental god (see M-Ma5;Aby-.".7: see Tatenen. , Tuat VIII, an ele- ) with four forms AAAA/W AMAM S /WWW Tathenen " s=> II ~*~", Tuat VIII, the territory of the above-mentioned god. Tatara 1 \ III, 164, the name of a Hittite; var. 11 (1(1 Qh ta ft (I, a mark of the dual, later ta ji (1, Tombos Stele 3, on the one hand. ta 1 (1 Tombos Stele 3> IV> 83> staff> fly support. ta o IdT- to beat, to break, to smash. ' tà-t \ fi a, U- I04' N- 4I3' a cru*hing> a (J ^ ' beating. tàtà oljolj^, o(jo(j L-fl, IV, 613, L.D. III, 65A, o (j o (j J^, IV, 621, o()o()a, o()o()|a, o()o(||, Rec. 4, 35, to break, to smash, to smite, to trample upon, to crush underfoot, to stamp upon. tàtà \ (1 @ | (1, Rev. 12, 95, an assembly (?) ta li (1 g£, Rev. 13, 73, time; Copt. TK. Tà[t] ^ (JÎL Rec 16, 129, a goddess. tà-t o(j, A.Z. 1900, 128, o (j VN^,J , o (j o tv^, jj S ° ,TombosStele, t^ 10, emanation, part, portion; plur. , IV, 53; ci III Copt. TO, TOI. ta tVj II > form, counterpart ; fs^ J) 1, forms, images, likenesses. tàa o (I ^è\ fso Jft, divine emanation, essence of a god ; var. o (1 ] <=r>. ta akh-t ° E^, Rhind PaP- 26>share» ts^a mi lot, portion. tàti ûL^, Khnemuhetep 116 the 1 n fl two sides of a door. tà-t <^s^r*Yrl^> Jour. As. 1908, 264, part payment, share, portion ; Copt. TO. Tà 1^ %}f > Mar- MD- T> 2°>a 8°d (?) Tà-t-sheta Ä ™^, Ombos I, 143, a form of Khensu. t^ X U3 , room, tà-t, tài-t Kj^.Kj chamber. ta, tà-tà o (j ^3, o (I (1, variegated ; Copt. Toeroe. tàu (?) K,«.K3 0<S<2> Rec 4, 22, o 000 colour, paint, stones of different colours. ta, tàa ^N^j^a, Metternich Stele, 170, ^ \Ê' ibid* 2°3' 1 1 1^ Ê' t0 Cry out, to weep, to lament. tàâ-t \ (1 ^^v , cry, lamentation. tàa o(j ^^, Rec 16, 57, weeper. barley; Copt. eiUUT, IOT. 44, pair of sandals ; see tui, \ Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 F 3
[822 ] tàui, tu, tut 1^, varr. ^j, ]^, I, A.Z. 1913, 144, abso. pron. 2nd sing. tàuràn Ti (1 ^=f (JN^^^^, talking sticks. tàp û(| D ^^i> a kind of cattle; var. Tànasasa ] (j "^ # J ®, B.D. 165, 9, the name of a foreign god (?) tàr \ \\ . , to destroy, to make an end of. tarer In j jl c-zj , bread oven ; 1.2* Äß |J . Copt xpip^ eplp <|\ criJ, D'Orbiney 16,10, door; varr. n<z> 1"^n* I IX' U- 325^?) C°mpare Syr. rca.i&, Ch. jnjjl. Tàrimâus(?) ]()<=>()() ^^~*~ )fà, Rec. 33, 3, a proper name—Telemachus. Tàrsha ] (| J^ J&J "^ ] (w), see o ^ "^ |âl ^ j ^ !, Mar. Karn. 5 2, ,. é Tàrgannasa lijj ^>»<n /VA/WSA /VA/VNAA a Jm 11 i _m I -^Ä, L.D. III, 165, a Hittite name; var. tahamu J (I rD ^^^ L=/) = tehem /~\ g} AA/NA/VA m ö^ /wvwvv>tne deep, abyss. U _CT^ AAAAAA V, Anastasi IV, r6, o, r 111 y takhr )(]t^ military leather tunic; compare Chald. N"ïnfl (?) tàs I (j [I (^A, to sit, to seat oneself. tàsa I (j é Ç_fl, RS.B. r5, 475, ] (j Ö : , to set, to insert, to inlay. tàsa A n ïP < :>, a kind of cake or loaf. tàshes \ (j C30 I, to cook, to bake. Tâkâ-taha-meru ~| (j ■^z^ û S f > U. 533 Tàkamâit (Tàkmit) llû"1:^!^!^ ^ jj, Harris 501, a goddess (?) tâkr Ji (I /C=Q>, eunuch; compare Copt CKOTp, (TlOYp, CIOTp. tä A \I7, Rev. 11, 182, glory, praise. table, garlic (?) ; compare Heb. O^p^ty (sing. DWJ), Arab, pp, Syr.«^oJ». Assyr. B t^ >^, Rawl. C.I.W.A. II, 7, 43 (col. 2). * 1, Rev. 13,4, food, bread. tâm-t u tat (tat) o Jf, Rev. 11,185 Rec. 20, 91, wind ; Copt. THY, THOY, OHOT. 0^0 ti-t (?) ^~, B.D. 83, 13 tit o (](j c /^, pus, dirt, foetid matter ; ^ fl j[ e O Rec. 15, 67, excrement of crocodiles; compare Heb. mû, Assyr. <f;£: £2f, Rawl. C.I.W.A., V X2 26 (col. "?)• tltl q£, to chatter, to babble, the name of a constellation (?) tini w , B.D. 153B, 3, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, IO = aaaaaa ye, you. 111 tinu (tin) o break; Copt. TÏÏHO tir) ö L=ü, Rev., to \ \- "\ AAAAAA <^~—^ =>L-fl>Rev.n>55- J,,,^. strength, might, power. Digitized by Microsoft®
1 o T [ 823 ] tirâaCtrà^FMl^U, , door, the two leaves of a door; i i i Syr.^fc.Chald.inJ-l. 1X1 tir (tra)-ushebti ~|<p>^ , Rec. 2, 15, a kind of magical figure; see j: w tirka (traka) ~)l w 1 1 1 Gol. 7, 4, a kind of bread or beer (?) Tirku e 1 l, Koller 4, 5, a foreign people or tribe. tihu ° • w tika o l, Rec. 36, 81, mob, crowd. M \ 1 Q Rev-l '» r79» fire> sPark> HH »—J '#' torch; Copt. TIK. w w 0) titth o (1(1 |s=, Rev. Titur (Tatar) "|(j(l ^<=3%<=:=>1 *Sl, L.D. III, 165, a Hittite proper name; var. tu o ^, T. 333, P. 824, N. 703, a demonstrative particle, a mark of the passive. tu o ^è\; see tu o V ' It SN A.Z. 1913, 144, abso. pron. 2nd sing. tU &\, ^ J]> one. *•'•> the kinSi + — 1V°^T^¥'"one(the , demons, pron. rst sing. king) gave me." tutU o YSO ^ ^ Amen. 8, ir, ' (3 (3 ' one, anyone. *u l®Sf' Leyd- PaP* 6> r2>Mar- Aby-ri' 28, 4, to say yes, a particle of assent. tu IM) 1, to speak. o o tutu T ~ S£> Rev- x3> 22> t0 reject tU — _ E3, mountain ; plur. „ 1, Rev. 13, 19; Copt. TZ.Ï, TOO'*, TOY, TU50Y. tU, tua o ^ X^2, Hh. 344, o ft wind, air, breath; ^ i™-i , Rouge I.H. II, 116; Copt. THY. -TL Ç Rec. 30, 155, sandals; Copt. T00Y6, Am' euxvri. tut unshà 11 ^ fijft ;& h &, Anastasi I, 24> 3> " wolfs feet "—a kind of herb. tU-t o Vft, U. 88a, N. 365A, a sacrificial cake, bread of offering. tU-t o ^k jj * , IV, 389, walls, defences. tua o^]^0,T. 36r, P. 642, û£] ^, T. 36r, P. 359, 642, a £}, M. 677, N.r239, ofj^P.694, of)^j^, P. 698, .fl^J. 243, *fi% 1897, 98, to bear up, to support, to lift oneself o £) ^\ (1(1 ^^—4 those who are lifted up. tua o 4p / ^$, a supporter, adherent; plur. ^v£)1k V&! Iv> rir5> servants, retinue, 0 I .Ä 21 I ' household staff". tua o 4p ] A, pillar, support ; see <-*—a 4p } sj-7>-, Rec. 29, 151, staff, support. Tuait o^]^(j(jo,DenderahII,55, a goddess, the support of the northern sky. Tuait -fl M *,**•"•■»'££ Digitized by Microsoft® 3 r 4
[824] tua q fi \§> ° fi !#•peasant 299, c>f)yi, Metternich Stele ror, o •&! ^£\ ^■^f\Il°f\%°fi "^H , o f[ (j ^, to pray to, to praise, to address, to make a report, to honour; Copt. tuau û fi ^? ^ !, Praises' hono«nw 0 I W^. £ll 1 glonfyings. tuau*£l"kME'Qf):k 1 $• ° fl ^ lie 1É $• petitioner> dependant, client, subject; o X | >S\ -^Ul Hi, ° ^1 J^S "^' beggar' a boastful man (?) > plur. o f[ ^k\> j|$ elf ' ' tua o^]"^^^, petition. tua o 4p ) ^y^ , air, wind, breath ; varr. o V> itz , Tin ; Copt. THT. tuau o X| ^è\ ^è\, wicked men, evil beings ; see -^^. tua ""fi %, J? , Amen- r4. 5» 7, 19, gû( .m^' disease (?) tuau o vL / \s\ , pustules, swellings, warts ; Copt. OOI, TOG.. tuaut û^lû^kQ.U. 6o,û^)û, "■^>*f\\%*f\%*f\\ *--m^*f\i-\f}° v\, a kind of scented oil or pomade; varr. Tuam-t(?) a'fl ^k ®o, U. 210 tuan }f\ /VAAAAA ^ , you, your : see /www 1 1 1 J J 111 to turn back, to repulse. tuaha " f) tuaka (taka) e , Amen. 5, 16, V » Rev., to destroy; Copt. T<LKO. tuà o^è\Q#, Thes. 1297, Love Songs 2, r, Rec. 20,42, ^^j, I, I being. tuà o^è\(), Rec. 6, 117 = o^k, thee. tuà û ^c S (1 S ®, Jour. As. 1908, 268, morning; Copt. TOOYI, Amhar. fl\"^ : tUl o y\ -^k, vile, abominable. Tui o ^KU *ft , Tuat III, a goose-god. tui £(|(], Rev. I3, 4,0^=0^- .•> ft ra 111 /VA/WSA U lIS , this; Copt. Ti.1. • B.D. (Saïte) 162, 3 t™(?>-MVffT-B'.D'.39\:° tuis ^ IAA© (1,10, behold! Tuba Jl^\°^'fe=i:, Litanie 5, a form of the Sun-god ; var. <—=~^ (1 S Qf ( ^^J* ^ n/ww\a 1 ri«»»«« tUben J ~ 1, grease, fat ; see o J ^. tuf o^^^, B.D. 1,29, his. tup ro „ , a kind of cattle. III, 140, belonging to us, our ; Copt. TOOK, tun o ^aaaaa o ^> o -^ ~ 7^ o^kö^, Rev., o«j=>^, Rec. r6, ro8, to rise up, to mount on the back of an animal ■■^1 .A; Copt. Tcoo-rn. for sacrifice ; var. tun o -^^»SIs^7, to fly into the air. /VA/WSA tun o ^\ ö öf> Jour. As. 1908, 283, resurrection ; Copt. XUJOTtt. tun o 4e». issi'ä, g», ^ , rising flood, inundation. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 825 ] j-\ AAAAAA Tunàh(?) " to H****, EdfÛ i, 81, a -£^k> /iyr AAAAAA title of the Nile-god. Tun âbui (henti) £î ™™ ^^, JÎ W> ^E7» the god of the 27th day of the month or the festival of that day. Tun hat û ^-$1 J, Befg- *> '5, a 07^ o IÎU' ram-god tun o ^» fte, u. 639 (with JL ) AAAAAA C?P ^J / , T. 84, o +" OJl(^, M. 238, o "i* /wvw> AAAAAA V AAAAA/ AAAAAA U AAAAAA X AAAAAA (_■ "-^, AAAAAA » fig tree (?) ; var. ^^ _ m ; compare Heb rßNJ-l, Arab. ^, Syr. m***, Chald. NH^n T . ^ / T . • tun o^>"% oÄf^, oÄ»«a AAAAAA I I I AAAAAA I I I AAAAAA jYj\f % figs- = e THne (?) to the limit of. tuni o tunit o w AAAAAA w , B.D. 189, 25; and see , B.D. 164, 4. _ö^>V Jour. As. 1908, 252, products, plants, vegetables. tunnu o-^> Ö j§), babe, child. AAAAAA (2 il tunnu o -^ S, Rhind Math. Pap., AAAAAA ' W ■ "the difference"—a term used in making calcu- lotions- a^»0®*^ ibid> the "middle ' AAAAAA =±±=1 =±±3' difference." tunuh ^öej(|^, °^ii| A. Jour. As. 1908, 265, the rising of evil; j§* ' Copt. Tuxrrn&ooo**. tur, turi (later tui) "^êf, B.D. 145, f-\ zJ AAAAAA £^ ;d ^ IV, 16, ^^=t d '^^j-tj^^ £ ^r> Hymn Darius 4, <? ~* N AAAAAA TT-^< \j y I ^l-^Üf. IV> 75«,||(| ^& \\ o X AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA to be clean, to cleanse, to purify, to celebrate a ceremony of purification, purified; "Sfc=* (] S-H , to pray with a pure heart; M- pure; 11V clean-handed /-\ AAAAAA /»-v tur J* g —, m. 717, , *5**8 ZXty* AAAAAA I w AA/**A AA/**A AAAAAA N- r327> ^—O, tur P. 83, M. 113, N. 27, a holy sacrificial cake. , willow, reed ; varr. i I N 111 <z> 1 I 111 <z> I ||, ^J ^**^; Copt. x(jope. turà-t S§» () o 3, A.Z. 1907, ill, 22, II ^^ (1 , staff, willow stick, wand. tur o ^\<=:=>s^-, IV, 671, part of a waggon or chariot (^v |û v\»ool, colour; var. tru III U tur ^tW, T. 344, o ^ ^j, N. 600, to reject, to turn from, to loathe. tur-t .-^ , defilement, impurity. isË^f—u) turâ , Rev. 11, 184, to go bail for. Rec. 6, 5, Telemachus. of goose; varr. <=> fe^, <g> ^,. Turper(?) ° e ■** c-a , Nesi- Amsu 32, 37, a form of Aapep. Turshau -^^"klÜ' Kam. 52, i, 14, 53, 3, 56, L.D. III, -oçb, a Mediterranean people. turt ^^) ^, Rev. 11,185 -J^ û (?) ; glossed by TOyXt. tuner o^^L-fl, o^ra<^>L-fl Digitized by Microsoft ®
T [ 826 ] T °^m<r>h=f' L-D-IIIj i6°'i64> i65> Rouge LH. X45, 52, a term of abuse (?) applied to Hittite soldiers. tuhu , Anastasi I, 16, 8 e 1 1 tuk oe,o , thou. f=$> ^è\ , to beget, to procreate ; o ^\ °^A)^' ReC' 3' 55' "beSetter of the self-begetter"; see under Utt Ck Ck 11-¥!K41^ \tg\, Rev. 14, 75, Ck Ck tut o °Vi^'j'21' - e e If» A öß, to collect, to gather together, fVû fl a ^ I to assemble; caus. —*— o v\ If; o 1, the assembled gods; c*^ , IV, 1160, all of them ; Copt. TOYCJUT,- OOYUUT. tut àb (2 u ^, to collect the heart, *>., to gather one's wits together, to collect oneself. tut ma (?) o %T tj °J> , to collect the eyes, i.e., to gaze intensely, to fix the eyes on something. tut ^fj], 0^,^,0^, Peasant 261, to be like someone or something, to resemble, like, alike, just as, even as ; o ^§\ U, what is usual ; o v\ v\ (J */ww* [to do things] which are usually done [under the circumstances]; û^K | , B.D. 136B, 12; ^ (f i] r ~ I, B.D. 127A, 11, o B.D. 127B, 17, o^f|(j[l,B.D. 133, 6 tut ^% ^ , Palermo Stele, o%T J, "$f û$\â»û^M Nâstasen Stele 36, Herusâtef Stele ^3> fl.- ^ ^ f I, Ck Ck Ck 11, 174, image, likeness, similitude, statue ; dual ; plur. o ^ m , P. 319, o ^ ( (, M. 626, A.Z. 1899, 95;^^|^ J n HI <r^>^ \>,B.M. 569, 16, sandstone statues; c* \N tl Ck /VA/WSA , royal statue; Copt. TOYUUT", ecJUOYT. tut r~, Image One, i.e., First Image, God; (H ft (1 \> I^T producer of all the gods, Image, father of all %0 (1 -^f, "Image of Amen, Image of Àtem, Image of Kheperâ"; û p | J] , /VAAAAA TT J| \ I [J X*~~ "hehathnolike"; |) ^J7^|| | II ^, every person is the image of his brother. tut o^?^, U. 276, N. 719 + 8, a goddess, statue of a goddess ; plur. Ck y /VA/WSA ^s>- W B.D. Tut-en-àrit-Râ o 17, 79, a title of Mehurit. tut o V^ J, to weep; Copt. TOTeiT. TutU g g 5^k, ^ S 5r5k, B-D.G. 722, a lion-god, son of Neith ; var. 5r7k- tuten Ck Ck P.S.B. 31, 9, you; Copt. THYTIt. U. 559, to collect, to gather together. (£ /VAAAAA tuth o^ tUthen ^ ^\£^, you ; Copt. THYTIt. teb, teb-t o J] fi, û Jû |, sandal, shoe, sole of the foot ; dual tebti, tebit Digitized by Microsoft (a
[ 827 ] T 390, <=> o o w w o w J°§§, A.Z. 1900,30, o J o§j, IV, o,oj.||,IV, 6I2,o] ()()§§, J()(l.||,iv,545,.J-||1^J , thy two sandals ; varr. s=s 1 o W, <=^> ] tebtebti o 11 o soles of the feet. tebi o o w *, sandals, III' u» Ko,,er 2> '■ ôJ ^ L—Û, o II £ ~, to be covered with leather, to be shod or provided with sandals, to shoe. tebteb ojlojl^, B.D. (Nebseni) 64, £> o 35> ate «ha> to walk, to come. tebteb o J o J jg, Rhind Pap. 30, to move about quickly. teb <T=H J, Palermo Stele, o J 1*1, hippopotamus ; var. r^a u l^i. o X teb ^, > , to beat, to strike. tebteb oJoJ|l«v], ^J^Jr\> to beat, to strike with a knife, to stab. tebtebit o I] o (] o ^*?, Rec;u8> '39, Ji A mi the slain. tebteb ^J^J^>IV H%, %%%> to pull, to draw, to drag, to haul, to tug, to draw the sword (?),to wind, to pull up, to lift up. Jn /WVS/VA o U a^wvv, Rec. 8,166, depth -Su /WVAAA (of a river (I v\ ""™ ). Tebteb o J o J J, Hh. 343, a god. teb o 1) O something beaten, drum ; J ' Heb. f\n teb o jl O, cycle of time (?) ; var. c^> II tebQJ...â-J....Â, «-'^ tobteb o Jo JK U. 182, a kind of grain. teb-t op, g°, ° 0, iv, I98, JJ CUD \7 CED CED J brick, p^que^^'^^J^]^-, B.D. 137, the four glazed faience plaques ; var. Teb, Tebà o J ^, T. ,45, o J (| j^., U. 428, a god with a fierce eye. teba o J ^ ^ 1^, panther. teba-toj^O R-c-^1ke: tebati (?) o J ^, ^^ bricks of metal, ingots. tebà o J (] O, M. 696, a fruit (?) tebà oJ 1 (jee ^, Rev. 11, 184, re- quiter; Copt. xß.60T(?) tebà a J * () £, oo* C%?V^; tebm(?)oJ()()tl, gfjlj^, *J Peasant 30, a plant used in medicine ; var. £ J^. tebu Jl \ JvS "PJ-, a measure. tebu o InK ^ , vessels for beer or wine. J/VYVS/VA , Hh. 355, quick, swift. teben \ ® \ ° ^ öö £ Ö teoen .^, ^—, .^ Q, ^Q, to revolve,' circuit, cycle, circle, drum, tambourine ; see tuV^r, fl """^ the rounded top of the teben o J @ , he£^ skulK teben Jl u >/*£, lock of hair over the temple, side-lock ; varr. s= J V *£, c=* J ^. teben oj Ö *. Rec- 3°ÄÄ Digitized by Microsoft ®
[828] /wvw\ 0 J/wvw\ n /wvw\ n wwi a > °J ? • °J o ... grease, fat. teben *ww^ = q II a weight; see teben ^> Rev. 2, 351 = 7rept- I ' ttXoi;ç(?) ; see teben. tebni /wvw\ Tebha oJra"^$-=j\v . Nesi-Amsu a serpent-fiend, god of storm ; Gr. TD0wj/. tebeh ^J the ,,,,l Rec. 4, 23; 5, 89, seven objects used in the Osiris mysteries. ', slaughtering weapons tebeh 0v I I I I v I I I )• Tebsuojfl^y.ojp;^?}, Rec. 31, 13, a god or devil. tebsuojfl^^, ^Jpe^T, Pea- sant 31, a plant used in medicine. tep ® ® ® ®p ®n °[|S ttjy |M ?J », D p, D p, D tjP, Rec. 14, 37, the head, the top of anything, point, tip (of the nose), head of fruit, the beginning (of ajourneySf)-^);^.®!,®?, ®®;®|wfl(-T»,T.277,P.30.M.4i,®|, the heads or principal points or sections of a book ; uah tep ? ? ®, to bow the head ; ® ^ -@s-, IV, 430, a head awake, i.e., a keen watcher; <r~=r? ®, to give the head, i.e., to attack; / © © , Rec. 4, 31, from head to foot; , to add up the total. tep ® high ground; Plur- ®®®\>> \> n' high banks (?) Tep ®_L, the name of a lake at Thebes. tepit ® U , AnastasilV, 2, 8; Koller 2,6, ®o, ® tepiu ® 1 , part of a boat. v5r'*" Rec. 2i, 87, tops of 111' the masts. tepi -Si . © -& ® , Rec. 2i, 91, the foremost point of the bows of a ship, the hindmost part of the stern. tep *p, ®, person, man or woman, individual ; plur. f& 1, Shipwreck 178; I , as one man ; ^® $\ the person of every man;• ^ K\ ^f rl) ' ® Im> of the Aamu four heads, i.e., persons. tep Sp, on, upon, in,at,about, by; 1\ ®, upon ; ® C\ , before. tepti ® I (], P. 204,303, © ) (), P. 473, ®]û, N. 852, upon; ® D ^, Koller OUI û \\û I 3, 7, at hand. tepi ®flfl,N.9ii/®,®\\, »,*<&, 11 y 0 \\ 0 0 0 1 ®.® . , □> |, J , J o, he who is on, over, or above someone or something, he who is or that which is pre-eminent, foremost, first, best, leader, chief, captain, officer, governor; , first, or eldest son '^•\[ © I \\ □ , ® the very best spells; fern, tepi-t w o, N. I74- l^i T. 351; |o, N. 798, U. 493,= f,T.25I;j^^f.^,u39I; plur. f\, f^l, g^, |||,P.'337. tepà S /I p- 69' 2°4> 6l4> the one on' he 11 1' who is on (earth). tepi ta ^ , dweller on the earth, i.e.] a living man; plur. ® as D Jf Is 21 I opposed to ® , "dweller on the mountain," Qw£)' w, adeadman. tepi til ® ^^ V& a cemetery official, a I I Pi' mountain dweller. Tepitu-f®^^, ® mnD ' r«n "' 1 mnu " he who is on his hill "—a title of the god Anubis. Digitized by Microsoft C
[ 829 ] Aby. I, 45, consort of Anubis. tepi ~\ principal, capital ; ® ? *^_ A \*~ù, principal and interest tepi ra w } tne principal, a sum of money on which interest is reckoned. tepirenput®^»^,/-^^ tepi ©, the first day of a period of time :— tepi renp-t ® j~, | f °, § f ^27, New Year's Day, the New Year festival ; Plur. ^® {{{, P. 399, M. 570, N. ,176, »»» in tepi àbtet © "T", P. 70, the first day of the month: plur. ®$® * * * • S3E7SX7^£7' N.45,9S9,%®XTT'T-29°' öl * * * °' T-289- tepi smat-f ® ^\ the first day of the half month; plur. ^^^>, N. 959' ® * * * °' N-45' © * ^^, T. 289, 290; ^ O n, the first day of the ten-day period; plur. nnn; • P 221 ®3g>0 beginnings of p)' ' J' 1 tj m' seasons. tepi Per-t § crD, the first tday] of the il <z> season Pert. tepi m'sheru ® t^^> -2» % l?7='> the earliest twilight. tepi en shemu ® **/wvx SS .cd, first- I /vs/wvA fruits of the summer. tepi hru ® ® ^27, ^7, the name of the 8th day of the month. tepi trà ® ° (1 j" O, the first [part] of a period of time, the beginning of a season ; ® o reo ® o tkro »in 1 <=>1 wo1 1 <=>^rl m' 1 111' IV, 1034. tepi tuai-t ® * (](] g, iv, 938, © * S es the earliest dawn, first appearance of O ' day. tepi-t ® D J), Love Songs 7, 7, the first ■*;VH the first or best of the maidens. I, Love Songs 5, 8, plur, tepi ® 1, Amen. 20, 18, chief(?); ! a® 1, captive chiefs. ® <^N I' ß) l#M tepiu ®, P. 70, M. 100, N. 5, ® ill, ^WMM in, the best, choicest offerings; ®®®, the best (metal); the finest grain; 1 ^-«? ^ ^ N. 362, the & ' h o o o fil ûlll û' J ' best tchäm metal in all the world; ^ \\ I V/\ '• the choicest oblations; ^ , every- thingof the very best; ®y>V&l> ® y> r& |\ j Rec. 31, 27, the best families, the aris- fl I ' tocracy. tepi-t f-, ®ö. f©, £«©, *^ _ 1. unguent of the first quality. D =0=1 ö tepiu ÏÏ 239, the finest tepiu (?) ® "^v l, the finest geese. tepi àau ® () *^\ ^\ Ö, Herusâtef Stele 99, the finest cattle. tepi àaut Uatchit |dTYTo|o 1) T. 336, P. 812, M. 254, N. 640, chief of ^\' the dignities of Uatchit Tepi àtru f j\ ^ \^, iv, 421, 11 first on the river," a name of the sacred barge of Amen. Tepiânkhiu®fff>oP-^V^ tepi Ut ® 1 {, chief in command. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[830] r=ü> tepimetr ff)), * ™)\ ® Il C±û£, possessing the faculty of administering justice in the highest degree. tepi en ah ® >*~™ \\ ? c-d , the finest (horses) of the stud farm. ***"* , B.D. tepi-t nui ® D ^ 149, XIV, 7, the head of the celestial waters. Tepinebukau ^iEf^Vy, P. 169, fi> Mi- the chief of the lords of doubles. tepi nefer ® T ^^ greatest good or happiness; the best possible way. Tepi he-t ® , Palermo Stele, the name of a sanctuary of Rä. tepi hesb f ^^J, ® O j Pea. sant 274, of the greatest eminence as a correct accountant. tepi hesb met-t nefer-t ® O | A £ T <rz>, the finest language imaginable. Tepi shemsu Rä ® i-m P % Q O, U. 495, chief of the followers of Rä. tep ä ® °, ® D °, the beginning I I I t-*«-. 1 of things and time, of old, primeval time, straightway, immediately; , Shipwreck 34, before (we could land) : ® , ^ , his former condition ; I * \7 © tepâui ® , Berg. 58. Tepi à ®. D , remote antiquity, primeval time, olden time, past age, the earliest period, the Predynastic Period. f T^â' fT^lâ'a man or godof olden time, forbear, ancestor, progenitor, predecessor; plur. tepi âui ® ^\, U. 187, T. 66, M.221,©-^^, N. 598, ®^> Q^>, U.,99, »$_-$, T.77l ®\ N. 609, D \\ T. 365, Iff Rec. 26, 230, —0 ® a wi-n- , T. 316, I ^, N. 7i, \\ ' ! ® 1 l-f*l 1 ® Ü®, IV, 1084, ancestral nobility; 1 3 I, ances- , ancestral house; m-71 tral documents; ®D^\I I \ , B.D. 124, 12, ancestors of the year: B.D. 124, 14, ' ancestors of Rä. D Jf I I 1 Tepiu-âui ® ^ —0^, U. 199, ® ^ ,T. 77, f ^^ N. 609,^ I ! 1 , a t Akeru-gods. M. 230, ancestor-gods. Tepiu-äui-Akhabm ®\> j^lB.D.^atMeof Tepi-â-àakhu J^, $ * > § $ * > ^l, Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans ; ' Gr. T7rrjxv. Tepiu-âui-àakhu ®\\ °^\ B.D. 124, 15, the ancestors of the Light- ' god. Tepiu-âui-Àn-sebu ®n A * *; U. 4«9. ^ VA ' P J ^ ^' T-239*the ancestors of Àn-sebu (?) Tepi-äui-Un ® -^»1, P. 461, ® ±1*. * 5,, »V*±1*' N. 1098, ancestor of Un. Tepi-â-baiu ® 1 ' * ® 11 X' T 11 *' — I ! *> © **, one of the 36 Dekans ; Gr. T-n-^ßtov, Tirißtov. Tepiu-âui-Râ J^^O, U. 399, ® ViT^F: B.D. 124, 14, the ancestors of Râ. Digitized by Microsoft <t
T [831] T Tophi-äui-ronp-t ® \\—af°> ß.D. 124, 12, the ancestors of the year. Topi-âui-khont ® a *, fLi flfo *, * ' Tombs Seti I and Ram. II, one of the 36 Dekans; Gr. 'Tvrjxovru Tepi-âui-Septit ®nf\~, ® ^f\ * *, Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans. Tepi-äui-Smet ® H fx^, Tombs © n © *' ^7o *' Seti I and Ram. II, ® I 7^ a, Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 Ac \\ ' Dekans. Tepi-äui-qerr-en-pet ® <fz> »*~* , U. 420, ^ \\<:=> ■*—1 aaaaaa ; (1) the ancestor-gods of the circle (or wind) of the sky ; (2) a title of the t\ <=^> fl ^^ ^\, Tepi-äui- Kenmet ® - - fi AA one of the 36 Dekans. Tepiu-äui-Geb f^j-^'^.J J. B.D. 153A, 23, ancestors of Geb the Earth-god. tepi-mas-t ©_> jj~ J, S^j J|, grief (?) sorrow (?) tep ra © , P. 643, M. 680, N. 1241, £<=>£<=> ® I ®D<=> th. ^^1s§'IV'974' mouth of the god' *' i.e. divine oracle ; Copt. T£.ÏTp<L, T<LÏIpO. I o I ' G o I ' D \\ I , utterance, speech; tep-t ra D D 182, ii, ® □ 1 ; T£.npo. I' 1 m^r l' D \\ I !> 1; Copt. ® tep ra ^ , the base of a triangle (?) "^ AAA. tep ra Sebek ® __ ., />., "crocodile's mouth"—a disease of the eye. Digitized by Microsoft (S) top TOS ®1* Angles III, 109, the lil' South top rot ©^H» M- 777, ®i$, U. 374, P. 667, N. 994, B.D. 172, 3$, ® ^ 1 îîji ® li formula, precept, in- struction, rule, decree, law, ordinance, an ancient copy or custom, prescription; plur. y \7 y n.N.74,®$;n.p..*®s^ teprethepu f^A^f!, the course of the law. Tepi ®l\l\vmt ® ()() |, Tuat IX, a serpent with four human heads at each end of his body, and eight pairs of legs. Tepi-t ®«^, iv, 614, ® c^, B.D. 32, ro, a serpent crown or a serpent in a crown. Tepui (Tchatchaui (?) j|, Tuat XI, a two-headed god-: one head faces to the right and the other to the left. Tepu (Tchatchaiu) ®® Tuat 11, a © corn-god. Tepit-besses ^ J [1 f| [1, g J [1 , Tuat III, a goddess. . AAAAAA 1 fa Tepit-netchemu-seth ® *w 8 «\ tk f] s==5 P. 695, chief of the sweet-smelling Ja I © gods. Tepi-khu-f ® A^ 1 e 1 L.D. V, 39, a jackal-god. 21' D I 21 D g^=^ T plur-fff¥T'u-ss3'!^!T-B-D- ^ n <^r> jo 1 Ä\ <cz> x> I -a* Tepui (Tchatchaui)-sa-then ®® . n S==5 Tuat IV, a man-headed serpent AAAAAA with two pairs of human legs. Tepi-sekh-t-f | d [1 P. 825, M. 249, N. 703, a god. Tepiu-shetau ?m 1 1 o "u 1 1, B.D. 168, I, "Tuat VII, the gods of mysteries. Tepi-thra J^ <=>!), Tuat X, a light.
T [832 ] T tep ^ feffis, boat ; *] 2^ ^ , the boat of the god [Rà] ; see tep ^Q^- D o tep J [, box, chest, coffer, coffin. teP ^ Q, hippopotamus. tep [/I, to burn, fire, flame. tep °^ , Rec. 2o, 40, a kind of plant. Din tep Ck G=^ D D I Qf; Copt. ' D I *, to taste; see Toon. tepai-t(?) ûe°, A.Z. 1900,37, ° e ° ^ V ' D III y '° D olll iu! o t^P Ö food, fare, victuals, JX 11 1' nourishment, drink. tepau ^^^ 11 BD- M5> M, a kind of cattle ; see o (1 D ^^. ^, IV, 669, ^ ^ £ , ^ £, a kind of cattle ; seeofJD^and^"^^!. tepà ^ () £, ^ () ^, IV, 758, to sniff, o D to snuff the air, to breathe; var. 3. tepi (1 (1 ^JnK> Rec. 4, 27, bark, boat. tepà ° (1 eli^, Rev. =c^3 è^, bark, boat ; Copt. TOÏT. tepiu ^i\l\\ "\,a kind of voraCfi0sUh tepen ) D q ?> Rev- I3,12, = e^> II :=i; circuit. tepenn W^A, 11 W^A, cumin ; Copt. _ D ° III D TT » ||f ' F T£.nrc, T<Lnerc, e£.nerc, Lat. cuminum. teph ®j(,Rec. 20, 9i = ^| ° cm ûD û Ck '—n' D n Digitized by U3 gulf; plur. , Rec. 13, 15, cave, cavern, den, hollow, Ck I 1; var. U3 1 D Ck U3' Tephi[t]-neb-s, etc. °8 B.D. 145, 146, the 20th Pylon. TephutHäp-^^- , B.D. roo, 3, the sources of the Nile. /wvw\ Tephit shetait ° 8 ° 3L, o qr| l,theyth Division of the Tuat. Te"hit-tcha-t^-^- -J Itk ° Rec. 27, 189, the coffin of Seker the ^ _2T U3 ' Death-god. tephit ° 8 dû o'Tp, fission V, 518, a D All I funerary garment. compare Heb. rPIDFI. TeptiU (?) ° Q 1, Nàstasen Stele 46, fgi IIIII ibid. 17, the army of the Nine Tribes of I mi' Nubia who fought with bows and arrows. o D^= \\ o o D tepti-t Tept tef £55, B.D. 86, 2, *^-_, this IV, 966, these words. tef ^_^>iv, 765,^ Ck Ck , Nàstasen Stele 63, bow. Denderah IV, 59, god of bows and arrows. , Pap. 3024, 77, ° 'VA o 3 o 1 J& ]i)' father; plur. Ck Ck' Ck Ck Ck Ck O Ck Ck O , t. 319= qqq; u. 499, ,P. 7ir = (jo (jo (jo, N.1356, ^•» M. 545 = (j o (j o (j o, P. 442, N. 1126, ^, IV, 864; ° Ä, Hh. 379, my mother and father. = 1 1 1 of U. 499, the father-gods of the Tuat. Microsoft ®
T [ 833 ] T 7=1 teftef^ ° Tef-f.... Tef-f-meri IV, 1054, father of father, grandfather. — Lupator. tef t=t «» Philopator. , bread, cake, food in general. tel , a seed or fruit (?) teftef tef ° shrubs, bushes. ^*0, U. 326, ^ ^, U. 532, Rec. 27, 191, ^ ^r^ A*/wvA ** ****** * /ww«, a^~_ QÄ, tO Spit, I ****** CJ £_1 to eject anything from the body. teftef f*- to pour out ; var. T=T Teftef-Nu *§- f** |§ ^, Den- derah IV, 62, a warrior-god. tefi A 2, 3, Thes. 1202, 117, 6, *^-r ., Rec. 21, 14, , Anastasi IV, 2, 5, Koller £5^, Festschrift r * to hop, to skip, to spring into the air, to ' bubble up (of water), to palpitate. teftef ° ° X, Koller 4, 5, ° ° 0 A.Z. 1873, 63, to spring up, to lift the r-1—i* feet in trespass, to step over. tef-t *~ * ^e Hymnis 39, the leap of a a' a fish. tefi-t ^^-I^,, Pap. 3024, 34, hoppings, jumpings, leapings, skippings. tefà ° /] ^ * Amen. 7, 13, to cultivate or tend a tree (?) teftefa ° û *^S—*, Rev. n, 167, to work gems into a stone, to inlay, to embroider. tefen ^_ "^ V&, Thes. 1482, IV, 972, ****** PM Rec. 17, 5, helpless one, orphan (?) destitute Digitized person. tefon *^a, w^3, *<*-£ ******* ****** O ~.,,. V}7 1, to rejoice, to be glad, to enjoy, to praise. tefon n2_ a ,t0 rlse UP't0 sPrin8 UP't0 ****** nc~ tefon r° -*•"* hop. r"— bird. ****** , to spit, to pour out. Tefen *^3gP, Mettemich Stele 51, one ****** of the seven scorpions which accompanied Isis in her wanderings in the Delta; var. k^ 3vP* ****** Tef nit ° r^ '^'d. 5^ consort °f l^e îw^ V ' preceding. Tefen *A , U. 453, a judge of the dead. ****** £-v ****** Tefnit _ _ , U. 425, 453, P- 62,198, *■ /^>. ****** fy fy £-v ****** N. 599, consort of the preceding. ^ S\ Tomb Seti I, one of the Tefnit ****** .' 75 forms of Rä (No. 14). Ö, U. 242, N. 1108, ° ö Tefnut ****** ^ -**-^ „N.933,97o,^^,^^,^û #- ™» ^ ^ — ^ °> RD- l6* 8' Shu and Tefnut were produced by the masturbation of Temu, or by Àusâusit, the shadow of Tern. Tefnut ^Jj,TuatI,DenderahIII, 78: (1) a singing-goddess; (2) a deity touching the lips with the tip of a finger. tefnu ° ö (S) Rec* 3. 46, a kind of *^-£ , , ,' cake. > resin (?) ; compare Copt. ^' TeÄXe. tefrer ****** tefhä ° ? —a |& \\\ %^, p. 441, ° ? a ^"^, M- 545, a kin<* of bird, crane(?); var. () o j[ _fl ^ |p "^, N. 1126. tern ,U.378,T. 1S4, KoUer 2, 1, , ^, ^, ^ |, )a ÄÄ Vrnr by MiërosoftïiJ , to make an end of, 3 G
T [834] T to finish, to complete, to come to an end, to finish one's course ; ^IC3E DE Ä a' A,Z* I9°5' 33' t0 ShUt' ^ ^ Peasant 286, to shut the mouth ; Copt. TJÜC. temm > iv, 752, ^IC3E > U. 3*3, ^, Heru- emheb 16, to finish, to complete, to make an end of; compare Heb. DDJH, Arab. ;, Syr. *p&». temi whole, the entire thing, complete. temàu ^pct[[^, ^ temu, temmu \\ o a a avv^,al,,the ^k all, com JT plete. k-4V p-439,^k-^1Müi,M-655 Ck Ck 7\ i'IV'967'^ I !, iv, 470, l° !, IV, 895 I Ck ^IC3E \Êà\' ïpazQ ^IC3E Ck j all peoples, mankind, mortals, men and I ' women. temui 774, tk A A P. 833, N. 768, full (dual, of the two tem-tà, temm-tà J^|^|!]> N.339, ^IC3E k)^'p-«"^k:- Ck 11- %LJk$ÜQ' comp|ete'y. entirely, wholly. J] <=> all, com- 11©' plete. Ck temm-tu Tern, Temu ^caE, u. 207, 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 (J -<s>- ß AvWvAA AvWvAA 0^0^ N. 969, 970, his first consort was Ausâusit (Saw<T<ç), and his last Temit ^^ 0 Tuat III, an aged god who fr"—n-' punishes the wicked. 0 Tuat VI, one of nine spirits frr-it' who destroyed the dead. Tern Tern Tem > , Tuat VI, a jackal-headed stake to which the damned were fettered. rpftTn ^ Tuat XI, a staff surmounted by ^pr-rt> a human head wearing a disk. mem ^ $ a form of Rä during the ^ ' last three hours of the day. Tomb'of Seti I, one of the ' 75 forms of Râ (No. 11). mem ^ ^J Denderah IV, 80, an ape-god, Tem ^fcnziE ^TT-g |' and god of bows and arrows. Tem ^N* Jj , Berg. II, 2, a god who re-joined the members of the dead. Tem 2jp *, Temati Temit ^n=K, ° d O ^11 IL Vc, one of the 36 Dekans; varr. \\ * ; Gr. Tu.^ n the consort of Tem. Temit *T, Berg. II, 2, a goddess who re-joined the members of the dead of the triad of Heroopolis. Tem-Rä ^^O, Ö^Ü god by night and day. Temu-Heru-àakhuti , a member , the Sun- Harmakhis. > :^n=K Ck ', Tem + Tem-Kheprer > ^ w , N. 663, foi D t4? <C^> Tem + the Beetle-god—a form of Râ. Tem-Kheperà ^ | $<=»t| |, £^s3fê«Hs3'R4intheta,ee'en- ing and early morning. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 835] Tem-sa.aru(?) ~ |^(]4 L.D. III, 28, B.D.G. 856, a god of Tem-sep Ck the 42 assessors of Osiris. D _Plll'ta D £j , B.D. 125, II, one of Temu - sma - Khebit kW 0 O, B.D. 38, 1, a form of Tem. Tem-Tehuti Tem + Thoth. tem, tem-t 1 ^fc03 ^ , B.D. 175,6, Ck / OtT| it II vp^ZŒ , U. 608, T. 332, •HM- Ck .; ^JCII û g, g, Ck C=L Ck sp^ZCC (2, * Cpf ir *• , no, not, none, not at all, by no means, nothing, nought, not any, nothingness, without ; Q f\ ^K, p. 665, those without; tem unn vf\ Üfe, non-existent ; /\ t\ -^> @ 4^1, the dead; ^ ffi ^ JU, clawless; )a III © , unknown; V3 if1 è i, unsatisfied; Copt. XJUL. temi-t ΣE3E , so that not. tem erta ^nr |\ . , not to permit, not to allow, not to cause. tem pesiu per te-t khaiu frg D 1 ar UU ar >> Excom- munication Stele 5, the name or description of a class of people (secret society?) who were expelled from Napata. tem, temm £$^fe* *-$^ ,, to die, to perish, the end, death. î£ar î£ar torn ^che^v ^., with ha-t O, _^£ O, stubborn, obdurate ; Copt. TUôAA ÏÏ&HT. Ck tomiu ^^ Äv t\ ^ i 'the dcad*the damned- temmtiu 0 ^ |)|) ^ ^ ^ j, Litanie 8, the dead, the damned. Ck <? tem J~*_ in the title ^ Ck , , <wwsa Ck V\ \ A.Z. 1902, 96. ^ar temui [pe n ! A-2- ^o2» 96, lands, I \\ I 1 estates. temm ° f\ 10* Ebers PaP- 7©, 18, >I3E _M* JS^. 19 tem, temi ^E flj £&, ^<&, ^% : i 1 Hi ^n=si i, to sing, to declaim, to praise. temiu M Vfà|, choristers, singers, choir. tem tem JLö, Ck Rev. 13, 29, mat; Copt. ' XJULH. Rev. 13, 32, to be arrayed or dressed. tem-t ^e v, Rec. 5, 92, Ol ^ILII , Rec 4, 22, / X, Rec. 5, 96, bandage, bandai! IL Ol let, covering, attachment, sack, bag, pouch ; Copt. TOOJUie. Ck I ^ILII I ^H IL I fyl, It / , Rec. 4, 2 9, sledge of a shrine, frarne- work, crate, wicker box ; Copt. TJLÄ.H. temmu^^^^j, B.D. ,53A, 23, parts of a net. Temm reu ubenu, etc. ΣE3E I I ^jo^r-H10^ ^ tem-t ice*. B.D. 153A, 18, the pole of the hunting net of the Akeru-gods. , Rec 17, 147, ^Lj§£ Digitized by Microsoft & VL_> a kind of fish. ^a=a 3 G 2
[836] terni, tem-t 0(3 , to join together (?) temm ^IC3E kkfl^kM- to compress, to squeeze together. o ^ ^lOŒ J§^ JS*^ Ci ^E3 compact substance. tern, terni o e , some hard, V£A e, to in iv ç5^, to cut, to engrave, to inscribe; varr. © temtem ^ , Verbum I, 336, 3, ^, Rev. m, ",}^}^^-fl, cut, to carve, to scrape, to scratch, to engrave ; Copt. tJÖLTJÖL. I, IV, 1082, temmut N foi writings, documents, inscriptions tema û v. \x\ AA Rev. 14, n, to strike a lyre, to play the harp. tema Ç*Jp m, a kind of sacred tree, nut tree«; plur. "||£|j. tema ^Bt, ^J? ' r* n>t0 bind t0" - ' *' V1 1 -*i gether"; var. *^jp ^ . tema ^l^ft* ^ft. ft. Rec- 27, 222, sack, mat; Copt. XJULH. tema-t ^4^^, ^^T^, 2J» , apparel. Tema, Temam, Temamti f^*, _f^£ >^> f^£ Ti<, Denderah II, io, one of the 36 Dekans ; var. *2fc» TT * ; Gr. Tu/t. Tema-t her-t \ C=Z3 §• O I I I O >kr, one <§>- of the 36 Dekans ; var. * <r> i<. tema-ti, temam-ti Zb 5Ï, °4 £== J' / Ms§?'—^ ^ \\ S> ^ S> pairofwi"gsi «"• ^ ». ^1 '^wvx, Rev. 11, 65, /VA/VNAA sand-bank, mud-fi^t. temâ ü£ c=>^ ro^> book, document, a ' writing. temâU 2Jr % ^2, wind, breeze; Z^ K T2 \ a^a^' a fair wind' temai-t f^l^, A!] ^, case, box, chest. temam ^>^^1T> Rec 27, 222, Gol. Hamm. 9, 33, .f^^.ft» IV, 1113, _^> k&^kKAfl[ftW Pap. 3,10, sack, mat ; plur. o ^g/ t\ J> fl" 1 > B.D. ,3, ,5, ,8., ., ^ifift.A-2- 1900, 20; Copt "TJLft-H. temam-t T^JQ ~, SlTm' ^* ^ , "Ek ©v @. ^ apparel made of wool or -^ m Ä ^ 11ii ' hair ; Copt. TOJUU. temamu ^Jp f} J) !, the dead. Temam ^Jp <^^|\ "ta,Rec.2 9; 151, a serpent-god. temài o\ (]() ^, o|()() ^S-a, to bind, to join together; var. c=^> y (1(1, temi fo=g (](] t=t, inundation, Nile-flood. temi fa mnD, a kind of close hard stone. a kind of disease, hard boils (?) temi ot\ ((] ©, Rev. n, 144» town townsman ; Copt, '\ ÂX.G. Digitized by Microsoft ®
temi |*= ûû, Rec. 13, 76, what is fit ting or seemly ; Copt. X00JUL6. [ 837 ] T tomsu}jjjp^ temum -1 N damned person or thing temr ^k to mix together, to compound. temr J^ ^S<Z=>' a kind of sma11 fish- _ , A.Z. 1906, 116, ft >;s«, Rec. ©Wim y ' Ol <ajgfc' 4, 22, a kind of precious stone or earth, a kind of ochre (?) Libyan women. Temhi-[t] | <= g (j(j *| j^, a goddess of the Red Land, r~^—1 or desert. tems , , Thes. 1481, IV, 971, to turn towards, to direct a course. terns MIM to be striped ' or variegated. temsu 1, IV, 1082, e I, brightly coloured paintings (?) ^> J ff] -fc^> Mission 13, 51, a charge against someone, indictment, decree of i, B.D. 125, III, 16; var. lift-* ft 1 1 1 1 1 1 Terns khenttljjiil*,]^*, one of the 36 Dekans; var. tems \ [ft fl^ ~n, Anastasi I, 26, 2, o *. ^-fl' ^] m' ° làv[Qï rö'to h,de>to cover over, to bury ; Copt. TUDJULC, eüOJULC. B.D. 41, 9, wooden 111' objects. ten pron. 2nd sing. fern, thou; older + __ o o o I o 6} I o LGH ftAAAftA ftAAAftA I /l I /WWA , III'© III /VW^VA l' /WWVA SU I Q ^ /WWVA pron. 2nd plur. you, your ; Copt. 111' - THncrr. , „ , demonst. pron. this. ten ten , at the rate of. ten O, Rev., hole of a serpent. /W\AftA teni(?) ° ^, ^'"S, to cut, to divide; ten, teni «^ *| lx^ b.d. 52,4, ° (I /WWVA /WWW Ö © , where ? ; Ä> 1 /WW\A III Ö H Dream Stele 31, "where are they?"; Copt. Turn. tennu /WWW Ö © /W/WW w 1 ä\ 'whence? Ï c°pt TtJUN /WWW (? CK , /W/WW I VT*< . /W/WW I , /WWA >£\ 0 fl^' 0 ©I 7r^' 0 ©U 0 Jr 1 >\ 1 ' 1 tta' t0 ra,se> to elevate, to exalt, to distinguish, to promote to high rank, to I îK , to enlarge the land ; \ "X& £j3 rtS H a, ^\ !, to increase births ; possess honour or fame, to be honourable ; jr increase : w«w« \\ o /W/WW w varr. /www Ö © var. /www Ö © Digitized by Microsoft ® tennu ^. A 1, L-0- m> J94> /J, mag- Ö © IJi I nincent (statues). 3 G 3
o T [ 838 ] T ten, tennu w»w« >s\ J, w** | 1 O T' IV' I045' eVery h°Ur; "ö" -P I Ö ftAAAftA Ö o^e_, every time he riseth; 1\ p^^ j I ^37, Koller 4, 7, of every sort and kind. teni w l^fl' rklll' Thes-I2°4' to count, to reckon, to estimate. tennu post, tax, rent, census. tenmi-t v ar ' » ar ' »Rev- 11, 149, men who pay rent or taxes, tenants. tennu-t amw 0 I "r\m I /VAAAftA I Ö Ö ûll 1' 0 @1j ftAAAftA Ö (§. /^AAAftA v\i, number, quantity, amount, extent; ftAAAftA Ö © 1 vC; ' ^> Sreat number; mwa j 1 ^^ 1, very many ; \o 3 1 i=> I 1 IV, 968, to calculate numbers. /WWW Ö tenn ,v£w, Rev> I2> 45, ground, earth; o n Copt, enrn. Tennu /WWW _ ,u r > /WWW , O (£ «21 /WWW a god, the " father of the Gods." Tenn /WWW a primitive earth-god ; see Tatenen. rnpnT1u 1 "I "I ^ the female counterpart lennit J 4.4.^ 0f Tennu. m Tennit Ànit sheta-t àru "k 11 flow, Edfû I, 25, a goddess. tena /W Tenait district in the Tuat. , basket. Û0, B.D. 79, 5, a tenà ° (] E , Israel Stele 11, basket (?) /WWW 1 N teni (?) to separate. 1iL- WA« if to divide, tenà-[t] (J r L , piece, portion; /WWW 1 *- 1 -M [I |~|- , rations, allowance. tenà-t g (j ^^ (j^, the name of the 7th and 23rd days of the month ; var. /WWW 1 /WWW ° QÄ, Rougé LH. II, 114, ° (Utôfc, /WWW 1 / VJ ft/WVW 1 ' 7j „ [I (^ f%, to be aged, to grow old, old, old age, maturity, aged man, a title of respect ; var. /www tenà (j (g j /WWW Rev. 12, 11, brave, distinguished. /WWW 1 A S .Jour. As. 1908, 288, H j\ ' whence ; Copt, TOOK. tenà /WWW tenà (J ^ 8r» Rev- *4> **,t0 Prav>t0 /WWW 1 >^ I cry out, to invoke ; and see £ I. tenàu Q circular vessel, pot ' or tray. tenài(?) ■ ° Q <g fleflfl, Jour. As. ft/WVW 1 1 11 1908,256= ° (] |C(?) /WWW 1 tenàs (j I ^\ , heavy, ponderous. ft/WVW 1 I ^\ tenit rOO^^i, C ^ I, B.D. (Saite) 145, 36, outcry, cry,-clamour. tenu „ £, A.Z. 1908, 17, dyke(?) piece, portion ; see (I » L , and tena /WWW 1 *1 " A/WWN /WWW Ac- tenu Gw' ö compare Copt. eertKJU. \ 3=,' ecliPse(?>' tennut ^0^ ?ev< 't "t wo-men Ö Q w III players of tambourines. tennu /WWW Ö ^ www, the "old" canal; var. /www ft "tennu ftAAAftA Y^ ^^^"j weakness, failure. Tennu /WWW I Ö ^ I 1 1 < a foreign tribe or {W) ' nation. Digitized by Microsoft ®
[839] tennu^^!,UD.m>I94,I5,bird, tenbekh ° j RM. 5645, 12, AAAAAA ^£) I J\ o n a—=» o n *»-«» on ft. »« AAAA/W -SÜ .A WWW ^ 55»Nt AAAAAA ^ _ZT $* Peasant 161, J njj~i, to shrink from, to hesitate, to waver, to fail, to deceive. tenbekh-t — \\ @ AAAAAA fright, shrinking. "\ AAAAAA n tenflu )V| tenem AAAAAA A ^ Rev. 14, 11, l' harpers. Peasant B 2, 98, , B.D. 169, 23, IV, 363, AAAAAA ,, a*/wvx /\,, fl ^z=: (1(1 /v, A/WWA J 11 AAAAAA /V, to wander, to err, to go astray, to lose the way, to turn aside from. tenem m c a. o see /v 1 o AAAAAA _2a*\S /'nv^ AAAAAA tenemu ° (1 t^^S, Peasant 18, a AAAAAA J "HVy I I I plant used in medicine (?) Tenemi ° AAAA* à- ° LU /www B.D. 125, II, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris. lS9' 8' ö ^>^> o' Ombos '• 6l' a god" dess who gave drink to the dead. "\ AAAAAA "\ AAAAAA / Ô "\ AAAAAA / Ô "\ AAAAAA <T ~^> (S "\ AAAAAA Jim 1 L-fl' Jim strong, strength, brave, valiant ; compare Copt. Z(A5(J0pe. "\ AAAAAA <. "^» r» "\ AAAAAA <T "s. tenreku A • e°, O111 ^z^> 111 O111 Tzzz* yS Ö , Anastasi IV, 12, 1, carob wine. tenher ° HI Ç5> box, chest, coffer. J* . . . Llfl' to be tenh AAAAAA AAAAAA , a pair nf • „c. _,,,,. ^ ^^ Rev.'14, 4; Copt. 01 wings: piur. /www , t> 17 —r <y tonkhonui Q ° (1 (1 %,, N. 1165 "°^^(1(1,p.39., 8 y.y™°f AAAAAA tens Aww, M jj, I ß , to be heavy, to be weighty, ponderous ; see I E3 A. aaaaaa I Hi tens °ö , A.Z. 1871, m, hippopotamus, symbol of Typhon, or Set. "\ AAAAAA tent II , belonging to. tentâmu|Tlk^ni°'akind of disease. tent hetrà ~| * | ° (j [ R, belonging to the horse, horse-soldier, cavalry. • tenta (?) ^ût\ gfip, Rev- I2>.93> v ' (§. J^"5^' scorpion. tenta ° ) [) ° a kind of 8rain' see.dj /www 0 1 III' or fruit. Ten-ti o V ° U J), Lit- 47. a form of W ^-~-, Sil ' the Sun-god. tentem ° ° f\ °} akbd of grain, AAAAAA frr-ir J$^ m' seed, or fruit. tenten dk, „ M Jjr, to be strong, AAAAAA AAAAAA Zj ÜÜ /Ll to attack, aggressive ; var. <2jV £ -/»■ AAAAAA AAAAAA tenth AAAAAA, a plant (?) Tf^' tentha-t o o , throne pavilion, throne; varr. AAAAAA _T I , AAAAAA jT| . o an ^— Tenten ] œ mm, the ™me °[ % ^r" 0 rwww pent deity. © J, Rev. ii, tenntchai AAAAAA Ö 188, shrine, sanctuary. ter <=>L c^IÉ' ^llf'a particle. ter,terà ° f{ \, Gol. Hamm. 13,112, Thés. 14S1, IV, 97o, ^£ ^ |], ^(j £ Digitized by Microsoft ® 3 G 4
[ 840 ] terr ter Tppe. weak. jj£^,Rec. 16,57, ^Jf ^ 1 , to pay honour, to revere, to applaud, to have a regard for; j ^jj ^=», Amen. 25, 7, j *=$ ^^, ibid. 21, 11. 0 X ^ IV, 1182, to revere ; Copt. ^>f^'t0be ter ° {= ° (1(1 0 = xh, time. ter \ <zz> (\= I O, time, season ter 5p, Rev. 13, 19, to produce. ter-t I^Q.Rec-2> io7> I^D Il A ^=-7*-, 1 a Q> willow tree; plur. o 11m' Pap" 3°24' 92' 1 ^^ ^ I ! ' Rec. 2, 62, lie1' Metternich Stele 77, Xüope (&00 ft Toope), eoop. ter ft, M v, stuff, cloth, bandlet, garment ; <=> ww "~f II, Rec. 6, 8, a byssus cloth ; varr. ft I, 0. ter L , fi t -fl, to destroy, to wipe out, to efface, to obliterate; * ^ Jour. As. 1908, 308, destruction of sensuality destruction. X o ter , to guide. terter L_J], Rev. 12, 27, strong place, fort ; Copt. X&."Xxë\. terr \ )JL oven, furnace; Assyr. Hf< ^ Al» Rawl. C.I.W.A., V, Obv. I, 1. 27, Heb."tt3fl, Syr. *4c^è. Arab. ,^J. ter-ti w the two eyeballs of Râ. Digitized by Microsoft ter-ti <£> ^L % = & the two birds, i.e.', Isis and Nephthys. ter-ti ter, trà, tri MM O, Rec 33, 6, I , time, season; fern. (1(1 o | ; festivals ; Of ^^7> at a^ times, always ; •j O a*/w\a -^ ^sN ^ time of dawn ; (j j' O **/wva ^ ^ p=f=^ O, time of evening ; •j O a*/w\a o _, Sphinx Stele 8, Rec. 17, 147, midday; (j j O** Rec. 17, 130, the night season; Copt. TH. trà-ui ^ £ g, IV, ,045, ° I) £ £r, the two times, i.e., morning and evening. trà-t, teri-t ° (|{^ ° (j(| ^, toe, claw, talon. terri <z teri ° tru ^ stream, river. Jour. As. 1908, 312, to destroy. tru j, Rev. 13, 38 = to revere, to worship. {* - 1 <^> \ f*' , Kubbân C (3 Stele 3, (IM 0, colour, paint. terD <E> il t0 S've>t0 administer, to pro- ^ O 1' vide offerings. terp \ ft, to bind, to tie together. terp D* , a kind of goose; plur.
[ 841 ] terf to write, to copy, writing, document. tert ° llv> Rev* I2' 78' stairs>* Co£î- <=> 0 ' TOOpT. Tertiu (?) \ <==> ' ' ', the dwellers in deserts and mountains. teh #iH A, p. (/I, heat, flame ra ra ^t-fl, ' ra ra ' ra ^' ra^A' ra^' ira 3^' Treaty I3j p. A, r-, ^è\, to cross over, to transgress, to infringe, to violate a frontier, to break.into, to trespass, to invade, to attack ; 1021, ra ra ra ^a,iv, , to transgress a law; [ J\ " ^*"^i to go off the road, to o I err; r-i J-A > t0 wander (of the mind); ,—, .A I, Israel Stele 13, to invade a nation. tehu ^\i ra_^l^gf'Peasant237>m NrL ^uflT" Amen. 5> I2> r7> 6, transgressor, Jl* 2r ' marauder, invader, attacker. tehi-t 5<*Îa, Peasant 28l\PaP- 3°24, IÜ -* 11, attack, invasion. teha ra Jour. As. 1908, 277, trouble. tehab ra J' ra X O ;l-a' ra . 11' ra j^t-.. SJ^SSJLSI-S S ^H 1, to beat, to strike. tehab ra J @ wooden instrument; plur. , a kind of wood, S ! var. ra J e ra J teham ra VV TTT ° ^,111,143, m kJL'ÄkV^Äk ^K^-', to muster an army, to collect by force. tohan ra & , to appoint to an office, to promote ; var. tehani ra & rajBkv\<s>,togrce,',osa,ut,:' to pay homage by touching the ground with the forehead. tehar | rD ^■2a cr~D Q, oven, furnace. tehà -(( tehâr raH%* ra<^> Rev. 13, 27, trouble; Copt. TUÔ&. Rev. n, 182, brave, distinguished. tehâra ^ \j ra -g£& v\ , Rev. 11, 182, the blooming one (?) ; Gr. OiXeia (?) i, IV, 686, a "brave," tehur *^f a soldier; see ,—, ra teheb tehem tehem mil a kind of wood. r B.M. 138, to cry out ; m L-fl' Copt. xe^ejuL (?) ra L-fl, ûfLl X Thes. 1205, ^S^, ra^^^J' t0 muster an army, to round up men, to drive cattle, to attack ; var. ra_ $i. 21 ra I: tehem ra ' rar to water. tehem 2 T M , to cook, to boil. tehen-t*m®£, ~m ®, £ £ J, Aft/WVA \ AA/WVA ra® ?! forehead ; Copt. Te&rte. tehenn , to adore, to touch ra the earth with the forehead in homage. 0 ^wvA^_fl £bers Pap g5> ,4) tehennu füöe 1 1 1 tehni S . Iftî-JI, ° parox)'sm (?) ra w i°stw^J' ra w i°bl—a' to appoint to some rank or dignity, to promote, to dedicate ; var. ra w m toher raT$' raS^i'Thcs- Digitized by Microsoft ® ra 1 a' rau 1204, brave man, soldier.
[ 842 ] tehteh n n ™. ^ ^J-^T lU lU ' T^T. tefjirv,i,']i^m'iead;var- ° ; Copt. T&prr. ,,000 *~* of metal, brass (?); var. ji —h— o, \ Q ^ o. tehia o § (1(1 'Çx A, Rev., to wallow, to sprawl about ; Copt. T(JU£,. il \ V ' a P^ant' anc* tne see^ or ^ru'1 °^ the same used in medicine (Ebers Pap.) tehen ]j[ — flff, flff, ]g^,to sparkle, to coruscate, to scintillate, the lightning flash; var. c^> fi w»w« O; tffff^/) Culte Divin, 157. TTTT' TTTT , ° , • W 0 ° „-„> ]IVti']L^N,'P-S-B-I5'^]f o 1 ^|>~Amen-6j 8' fiff ;. |j( — fiff» fliïf m ' J Ia will' Hymn DariuS 38' sParkle- stone, crystal, faience, blue porcelain. Tehen-t (Thehen-t) flff ° , a name of the sacred boat of Heroopolites. Te,entiuMr7iTfJ|j)A., 1900, 20, the sparkling gods, stellar luminaries (?) w ftAAAftA O O O ftAAAftA ■mr ° 1 1 1 see also Thehnu fyyjj1 *) vj tehnu J I o^ \ j, Hh. 364, flint knives (?) obsidian knives (?) teher o |-2s& ^|l, Rev. 12, 39, to be jealous ; Copt. TUJ&p. a kind of metal, copper (?); var. tehsu o tel* ]fl H (f) ^\ Festschrift (Leemans) I v Jl ' 3, shoemaker. ^ dp * to beat, to break, £=, 1 £ Jl} to hammer. ^ v> À> jl> **"ä» plummet, the little weight which served as the tongue of the scales ; S "& w 11' ^ubbân I3' Just wci8hti q à I |, Rev. 3, 12, the regulation of justice. tekhà (I ^ nnm, A.Z. 1900, 33, weigher, the pointer of the scales. tekhi ^ £ ^, J £ ^, ibis, crane; Copt, f <6i (?) Tekhi ° 6 JL ? titler0f Thothas resu" ® lU lator of times and seasons. Tekhi ° w tne Soc^ °f ^e ist montn ® ' (Thoth). Tekhi[t] \\, goddess of the ist month. Tekh-en-bu-maät ^6 B.D. 125, III, 28, name of thedoor-bolt of the hall of Maâti. tekhit 2 ^, Rec. 16-, 141, I X, J % ^j, violet P)j«r.^;^°S^, water or essence of violets. tekh-t 2 "^> 2 Ä' Nàstasen Stele, a wine cup or bowl; °~AV Ebers 66>- ^ O Ö' wineskin (?) tekh ° O a mixture of bread and wine ö,2ö, or bread and beer, O AA A O ftAAAftA ftAAAftA ftAAAftA tekhi ' ^£ , to drink, to be or to become drun k ; Copt, f &6, ei^)I. Digitized by Microsoft ®
T [843 ] T tekhu J^qW Love Songs 2, 2, O JI h drink. tokhàu £ (] ^ Ö, drunkard; plur. O 111 tekhu G habitual t, ,/)' drunkard. Tekhu $ j^,N.6i8, Ö,T. 87, M. 240, the cupbearer of Horus. tekh ° ö ° ^ the "drunken" © ^E7' O ^E7' festival. tekhait (tekhit) »4, 15, ° I ()!) s=> ' tekhab (tekheb) 0 = Rev. drunkenness; Copt. J-. Rev. 13, 15, T==T Rev. 14, 12, flooded or irrigated land. tekhan (tekhen) ° 0 Û, Rev. 13, 19, to hide, to protect. tekhanu ° Ö Rev. 12,117, a hiding *»—»rT3' place. tekhanu (tekhnu) ° Ö °, Rec. v ' »-» HDD III 15, 16, a kind of stone. tekhar Ä> ^^, $v Rev. 14, 10, to be ftAAAftA AA/WVA ftAAAftA troubled tekhirt] ^ flu 4k,Rev-I2'36' massfre> L J ©Hi JB? slaughter. 'L-fl' © Ç—fl' OJU' © ty /w^, Rec 5, 86, U*~*, ^ (2 Q, to dip in water, to steep WAW, S&â ftAAAftA, Ck © =1 © ' © in water, to plunge into water, to flood, to wet, to moisten, to anoint. tekheb O, y * ., any foetid moisture from the body, sweat, etc. ; var. tokhbustà o J e ^ ] 1 "H"' Harris 500, rev. 2, 4, sack, sacking; var. o *£\ U (2 tokhbokh-j-.-J-^. Pap. 67/- ° II **"**) to shrink back from, tekhen w/m , ftAAAftA ' O w to hesitate, to waver. , Rev. 13, 19, ' OüJ?L-/)' Nàstasen Stele 40, ö Sp, Rev. 13,19, to hide, to cover over, to protect; Copt. TlLngfi (?) teknen w^, aam«, Ebers 60, 10, ^>>d, to have running or rheumy eyes (?) tekhnen ^=, vfbum. n> § I23> to © j^&- have diseased eyes (?) tekhen © V —Ü, Q ö ^', A.Z. a*/w\a _ ., to beat a drum IO06, I23, /W\AftA £_l*j , WW« or tambourine, to play an instrument of music tekhenu „^ player; var ;, musician, ößl IV.7S6.^H|,JIJIJI^.^»». great obelisks ; JI JI JI T^^^, IV, 642, very 1 1 1 obelisks ro8 cubits (162 feet) high. 0 AA^'N-ii6s> the P. 391 ; var. two obelisks of Rä. Digitized by Microsoft <& Tekhnu IV °@ (I ", Rec 4, 30, the four obelisks used in a ceremony of Osiris.
T [ 844 ] T Ck ftAAAftA T. 317, Rec. 27, 192, ibis (?) tekhen tekhes^^, Sfl\=X\' ^ [1 \^, to slay, to kill. tekhtekh Tl©"|®, u. 495» T. 236, N. 157, t , Anastasi I, 28, 6, A-, Rec. 16, 129, ^ ^ r-~-., Love Songs 1, 10, 1 1 1 Ml Ck Ck © © .A' Rev. 13, 69, to be disarranged, in wrong order, topsy-turvy, involved, confused, muddle, disorder ; Ck Ck I, Anastasi I, 28, 3, CkCk< confused speech, meaningless chatter ; B.D. 17, 135, disarranged hair; Copt. TG^- tekhtekhut SS^C=£:£=I, Rec. 26,225, confusion, disorder. Tekhtekh n([û([ <f&V, N. 1135, c±C> a ft F^l M- 549» an abusive epithet. ^ ^ ' applied to Äapep. tes ^\ , ^\ nnm, a stone or metal knife ; var. ^\ , and ^^ ^\ . tes hetch-t -h— nnm O , Rec. 4, 21, a white precious stone tes thehen Ck >^>-»[^^ a sparkling 'UN'' stone. IÏÏTTT1 tes-t \ II o, I, 117, a feminine title (?) tesàf ° û^=(l-^-0,bread'cakf' —h— 1 G 1^=^ dough. tesitesi ej, Rev. 11, 188, judges (?) Glossed by AJaJOY. tSU "I ^, see A.Z. 30, 81, P.S.B. 15, 471 ( ft is a prefix). tSU |±^\^^, staff, support. tesef —h— ^, —h— o , bread, cake, dough. tesh o x plur. nn ] X 1 , ordinance, law, regulation; i'n^]à^lJi'CoptTe(A^ X X tesh ,. ~ . to rub down, to crush. GTlLJ tesh 'x , Amherst Pap. 28, nn, q m .a ox XX7^ r^_| 5 -A . Peasant 179, oo , IV, 892, Q "loo Q ni , Œnk—=Z1, ftp „> r~wn : I, to depart from, to leave, to be separated from, to separate, to crush, to cleave : _ru. C3E:L_J], Rec* 27>,8,8> X inseparable. teshtesh ° ° X, Ebers 69, 12, o o ^ o o X \\ , - „, to separate, to nnnn A, nn nn l_ _/) r ' divide, to pound, to triturate. Teshtesh ^^^j, A.Z. 1869, i39, o o X mn nn J\ used in the performance of resurrection ceremonies. j, Rec. 4, 31, a model of Osiris 0^0, I, 140, >* , Rec. nn ' nn | © ' ^, 118, frontier, boundary region; plur. Ck n X \> gk Ck , 1 v\ 1. DO Tim o X £ nn £ J\ \> nome; Copt. TOttJ, TOOCtJ. Ck tesh i] 1 tesh-t @ X j Àmen. 7, ÏÏT DO 1 \> I |' 12, 15. , Copt. Cat. 406, teshu CD j Rev. 11, 125, dwellers I ' in a nome. Tesh nn, Ombos I, 84, a city-god. X © tesh ,!• Rev. 11, 167 X do tesha ^Mj^, °ÛSÎ1^l1,> t0 split, to cleave, to divide, to crush. teshi ^^ (I (I nnm , a kind of stone. teshi Q DO teshb (?) ^ Jx, to break, to split. t-sheps |j$fj, t^n^ö' Rec l6> 44 T' bundle (?) Digitized by Microsoft ®
[ 845 ] JLI'|jrlPiii'Shipwreck,<i3'l^f1m' Rec. 32, 66, the cinnamon tree, cinnamon ; schrift(Leemans) 117, 13, I Jj\\ W, cinnamon oil or pomade. teshen-t rxci ri , a metal tool or weapon. AAAAAA «•-' /VAAAftA tesher oo, red, redness ; see r-rc—1 /%^; Copt. Xpocy. teshri ° .Aûfjfjçtf^ared cow. m teq \v , to cut, to slay, to strike. tea ° Dl sPar'c' ^re> lamP> torch ; Copt. .0 ¥2 teqem ^ J\ L-=fl, Rev. 12, 49, to un- sheath a sword ; Copt. TOIÖÜC. teqen öe^,to rule, to govern. teqer <r=>, to be strong, mighty; var. teqer ° -^ lg>, Nàstasen Stele, 45 Teqer o _ss& ^, Mar. M.D. 49, Sphinx I, 90, Rec. 21, 136, the name of a Libyan dog owned by Antef-äa; in Egyptian teqes PV o zi , A.Z. 1908, 35, 131, to pierce, to penetrate, to cut, to stab; Copt. TOOKC. tek ^3*, Pap. 3024, 15, tek ° £ tekk to enter, ' to invade. to disturb, to break the peace. , A.Z. 1905, 25, Gol. Hamm. Ué^r^c8,i4r)^ no, Rec. 12, 70, ^=^ .A, ^z^ft , to thwart, to attack, to rob, to invade. tekku ^ê*% h, robber, marauder, invader;' plur. ^^ V\ jfti, IV, 614, ^z=* \^A> IV, 647. tektek .A , Mission 13, 58, B.D. "3> 3» «o «o X ^ fl> Rev. 11, 62, 12, 8, 70, to invade, to attack; var. Î5S S^> S f> to kindle a fire, light a '& ' . lamp. teki (?) teku ° ^\ fll , flame, lamp ; plur. tekk-t ° ^* *^> a kind of insect» teka teka U. 335, Rec 30, 187, a fire-goddess. <vz^* a ^Zi weevil (?) , to see ; var. ', Rec. 3, 57 grain, fruit. » fire, flame, lamp, torch; | [_] J^ lj ffV' Rec. 3, 49, many lamps ; Copt. *f~K. Tekait |°j Tekait y ^ (](] o fj, Tuat IX, a fiery, blood-drinking serpent. Tekait | j j, the consort of Maa-hes TekauIV (J^^f|,l11, BD'I37A' the four holy torches or lamps. Tekaharsapusaremkakarmit Q <=> %\ û î B>L>- (Saïte) l64> 4> a magical ^^J^OïïT name. Teka-her |J f| T' ^T' Tuat HI' (1) a serpent in the boat Penâ; (2) the serpent- warder of the 4th Gate. Digitized.by Microsoft ®
T [ 846 ] T =0=, Rev. 14, 49, a kind of oil. o & TV . ...2 I ©v^ tekan | jr.^,, Jour. As. 1908, 307, to drive away, to reject ; Copt. XUJCTTt (?) tekas » 1 iq) V , A.Z. 1908, 131, to pierce, to cut into ; varr. 11 J\, \\ ; Copt. TU3KC, eüOKC. teku °^ {^ ^\, bread, loaf, cake. tekem ° tv^, B.D. 78,3, to approach. tekem ~ tekmu ° Ifck.'V^ ^$^!' drawers of swords; Copt. xeKJUL, TOKJÜL. Tekem ^^J, ^M B.D. (Saite 42) 72, 7, a god ; varr. ^ ill ' "" X«_B^ ' ftAAAftA Todt. II, in. Tekmi ^*(|f] .A , Tuat V, a jackal-god. teken *45> PaP- 3°24> 7i, ^k1l'IV'1016' to approach, to draw near, to enter; Copt. TOX, XOCT. teknu c^ö.he who enters ; plur. <^z^s JT I ftAAAftA _R I I I tekennu ^8* ö^>^ , Rec. 20, 41, to pierce the sky „(of high towers or buildings) teknu, tekennu T^q*, ~ M^\ Sphinx,. 3, 151, human victim, a substi- _#' tute in a death ceremony. Teken-en-Rä ^^ö^, ^=* O "^^ 6j), the god of the 13th day of the month. * teken-t ^zz^> o u. 544, <vz^* , ftAAAftA ftAAAftA ° ° ° T. 299 v. x6, U. 543, v—-* .A , Peasant Q \\ Q Ck Q .A .A û û Q u ftAAA/W ftAAA/W ftAAA/W Ck ftAAAftA Tekneru !** Mar. M.D. 49, Rec. 11, 80, the name of one of the hunting dogs of Àntef-âa. teker .A, Rev., to come, to approach ; var. teks ^[U, ^fl^, a.Z. I9o8, 131, to pierce, to penetrate; var. ° \\ > Copt. TOOKC. " teksa ° é Rev- ixj I68, the flat part ,vz^* Y ' of the back. teksa JL é ^, U, Rec. 35, 84, a broad, flat knife. teksa-t ° ÖL, Rev. u; 188, ° (qJ ^ ^^, Rev. 14, 33, table. tektek ° ° ^, a kind of plant; plur. ^^^. 1 11 Ck teg,tega ~ Ck Ck 'S .e , to see, to look at, to examine, var. teg S Rev. 13, 48 teg S f, Rev- f4, 67> plant; Copt teg S © o, plants, seeds. Ck Mb* tega Ck s .11G-D to bandage; as in 7-r û^ no û D T for TT tegas tegen teges ^ B.D. 39, 22, to re- ' move, to carry on. * to approach, to ' draw near. S p Berg. I, 56, slaughterhouse (?) teges g q$ r^n, Rec. 35, 84,ametal(?) Digitized by Microsoft ®
T [ 847 ] T oo o o tegteg s s ^ a , Rev. 12,70, cQ cq L—fl, £T\(T\, to attack, to destroy. tet , U, to collect; var. ûv\ |; Copt. OUOOTT. tôt , * , form, likeness, image; Tetui ° % ( 11 , P. 590» the two statues, Tet-ti âb (hat) ^ "J Û O» U. 598, a double goddess, the two daughters of the four gods of the Great House, ° li h O jk j^. tet ° , Rev. 12, 33, ^ J) err], Rev. o n o ill 11, 146 = ÏÏÏÏ ^-»*", pylon. tet-«<?) *fo basement of a temple. 445, skin, hide. tet ^""^, pot, cauldron ; var. -. . tet À , to turn, to withdraw. tet X° an amulet symbolic of the uterus Q I ' of Isis. Tetà o|(j ^, Rec. 30, 2, a god. Tetàân m ww« O 1 ^33>: 1 the name of a foe of Amasis I. \\ teti(?) A°^rv>-, stick, pole; plur. Ä^-** tOtl A ££, see ra. ÜWSl \\ \\ 21 tetbu (?) IM^^wvx, B.D. 137, 40, Ca *ö -Il www to smear, to daub. 00 tetef , Herusâtef Stele, 59, his, its. tettet }*}»£. ^Vd to sub- do away. teth tetme-t , nurse, attendant. o, a kind of seed (?) Digitized by Microsoft ®
[848] ths= th s= th[a] TH > = sometimes Heb. D; Copt. X or (T. », f = o, thee, thou. , soldier, bowman; plur. writing, book, document, list, warrant. I, sages, learned men; th-t th-t T" V$* i > * V$* i "J8L~\ " the sages of the House of Life," i.e., the learned men of the College attached to the temple. th-t ^^ th-t s==s o i tha, thai l, a gathering of people. , a kind of goose. ^f=ü) W, P. 777, M. 772, f^TD, f^TD f=îJi plur. f=Vl ^^ß, man, male, masculine; 11*" 11" , T. 197, P. 678, N. 1293,2g* 'C==!]D ar ! >Rec- 31»25, !i Nâstasen Stele 44, ■\\c±a !; f^TÎ I, Hymn Darius 32, f=Tb f^ïïi f=ïum r 1 1 1' 1 1 i' © III' men and women, males and females ; ^\ 1, the male genital organs ; (>5j Ut] ,seed; a virile young man; Copt. (To, XO. y, & man child; I, ganders ; TH *=» the governor-in-chief, the headman of a town or village; g|?^^}> B-D- (Saïte) 145, 23, the Arab Mudîr or Wazîr. tha-t , governor and / ID Dim judge of the Two Lands. tha-t meh jfe» ° <#, governor of the North, i.e., of Lower Egypt. tha-t mer nu-t nu Tamerà *9~" ° n ©qö tha-t en sa f=îJi <==> governor-general o©' of Egypt. 'v^/^ HHHHh», governor of a grade of priests in the temple. tha -1 resu (shemä ?) jfe, ° governor of the South, i.e., of Upper Egypt tha Thaui ' J] J the " male "—a title of Geb ' U l ' the Earth-god: %- &$ \\ • , Bubastis 51, sg^i, B.D. (Saïte) 164, 11, twin gods or goddesses, Shu and Tefnut, Isis and Nephthys, etc. Thau uru ^ > P. 319» M. 626, a class of divine males mentioned in -k, "Beautiful connection with (I Tha nefer boy "—the name of a star. thau (?) ^5^fef » T. 316, the solid /WWW parts of a body as opposed to the liquid, /www. /WWW thau(?) ^ ! B-D- J53A> 30, birds, tha fowls. to be angry, inflamed. Digitized by Microsoft ®
TH [ 849 1 TH tha àb (hat) tffejl®, 'Hies. 1481, IV, 970, tha to envelop, to clothe. O to be wroth, to fly I ' into a rage. Ö, to wrap up, tha |TL-fl, thau , , bandlet ; see * , IV, 1089, g roll, writing, document, order, edict. ^ <b\Cl',0 bear, to carry, bearer, carrier. tha thai meh-t B.D. 164, i, |^ £^ ~=>\ j[ o ß, fan-bearer, bearer on the right hand of the king. thai metcha-t U«/)' , carrier of the book, i.e., accountant, agent. thai seri-t w thai sehetpit thai shebt jfe rn J J 190, wand-bearer, staff-bearer. thai ^M^*' t L-fl* 1200 ~" Hh. 550, uJ4 banner-bearer of an army. o Rec. 16, 56, tt«2/' thurifer. ■• Rec 7, t-fl* , Thes. t-fl &^^C' G»t0 seize't0 toke»t0 carry off, to grasp, to lay violent hands on, to ravish, to steal ; Copt. XI, (fl, XHf, X\Of€. tha-t, thau-t 'BU' Wi- W\ l-fl' 00 plunder, theft. thai ^MG$,sekcr',hief- thai ■M t—fl ^, %*• Treaty 17, offence, injury. thait thau L-fl , theft. V ^^ ^f' tn,ef> robljer. thau rt^rt^rv^f > "robbers"—the name given to some of the pieces used in playing a game on a draughtboard ; Q o I v\ Q l""1"! 99- thai ^^* *è\ (B £ ~, to work on some hard substance, to model, to be worked or engZ?(of metal)i ^^S>!k %• Rec. 34, 48, graven with a chisel. thaiu Jfe. 1\ f= °, Anastasi *» "• 7. l^à7 w^. v Jim' graven objects. thau %z, ^, u. 429, ^f ^y3 ^» T. 246, P. 334, gj^^, P. 707, /£M i^r-1, -^r^ , wind, air, respiration, breath; plur. fe, 1^3 %\ ô, R 156, ?^ %\ X^3o,N.786, ^^I^3I^3I^3,M.2i5, N.686, X^^fö,^. 33, 36; ^t. thau 1^3 ^[ ^^, date palm (?) olive (?) tha tha w o. A.Z. 1906, 1 iS. , grain, drop, pellet, bead, necklace. var. 0 1 wk^' *° stuve' to *"" tne na'r' see Digitized by Microsoft ®
TH [ 850 ] TH tha *? I H I RM- 5645> a kind of i Vw ' animal (?) I |\ /WWW ' tha en unsh (?) ,£o u «^ -^» ^ V^£lt ""-' AAAAAA V Love Songs 2, 2, '• wolf's paw," i.e., mandragora, "love apple," and compare the following. thaui (?) — j l^ 1, Amen. 12, 18, 9 , Amen. 13, 4. tha-ti O \\ ^^,1^.111,194,17, the double throne or chair of state on which the king was crowned. . thaàr ^^()^'IV. 896, §Jr f\ v L—/], Sphinx 1, 22, to restrain, to coerce. /WWAA ^AAAAA AAAAAA thaàrtu-^(-^)^^ Nàstasen Stele 11, 12, to cross over; Copt XIOOp. X ^1 , A.Z. 1913, 128, to give an order. thaàtâ Jfe1 Q ^1 Q ^> Love Sonss 7, 11, a kind of plant, olive (?); compare Heb. ™(?) thai g^'()()f>, sure(?) fire-drill (?) thaiu ?c accursed spawn of Aapep. thai-t s= <?-r~, a mea- 1 ISmsi j(^ , the 01 sadness (?) sor- ^* row(?) thaua ^ ^Tj ^ ^, to dress the hair, to cut the hair, to shave (?) Thauathasasa j^-fl ^. $& $ 11 ™&, L.D. Ill, 164B, a Hittite proper name. Thatmär (Tham'r) , I Jfo, Thes. 1203, a Libyan proper name. that-ta(?) g^^^A;^, Rech nungen 35, ferryman (?) Digitized by Microsoft & thab J^j J] Q, IV, 770, Annales III, 110, &"kJ0, feJWjar'cup'pot' vessel; plur. fef J%> 0 IV, 636. (/ -J 111' \Gsa7 "000 com. ^3=0 Thabu ^ J <g fl, a «od of win e and beer. v=^, thab-t TfZ. stick, staff. thabsha ^f ^ IiM work stone, stonemason. U-fl , to thapr D , vessel, pot. S Ö thapr (?) fe. D ,R635. m. SIO.N. thapga ^ ° S*^' Anastasi III, 5, 4 of Anastasi IV, 9, 5, barracks. *%>l Thafui rfgj suïu'iûak' B.D. 17, 112, the double form of Horus ' containing the souls of Osiris and Rä. l^T'Rec-3i'i2' tham 7%. male, masculine, to act a man's part. thami <tt\ %^f'Iv-Io81'Sh,> wreck "• ^"k^ ^T-kec- »'■i71- to cover over, to clothe, to dress, to wrap up in, to enclose, to wind round, to bind. & tham-t fiZ 125, III, 17, coverings, face-cloths. Thamaâ jfe*1 i\ ß J, the god of Western Thebes; var. J ^^ß ^ i CoP1- XHAA.e(?)
TH r 851 1 TH Thamäkana 07 &°' Alt-K. 1153, a devil who caused sickness ; var. k«yi /VWV/V\ 1-2», i£Zj , lion. thamr thames Jfe ft \>, jfe ^==, P.S.B. 20, 198, to devour, to consume. £j /www ^»\ ^ than jjgj. va =. TfZ, or chief officer. ^5 *IWW\ <_=> - j« thanreh 7*z> 1 »_*==. ga, Anas- * V>& I I I r-W_ gl O /nwwvt_ /-> ,.„ r„.„„* tasi I, 9, 7, ^ thant r 1 1 1 *IWW\ Ci =?=s to forget ; Heb. state; var. /< thanti-t chair of state ; see thant thar <t^—n. throne, chair of ,/J ,—, i see /WWV\ I I *IWW\ *IWW\ Ci /WWV\ I to-, throne, poles, timbers, bearing- poles. t -flj Tombos Stele 9, iv, 84, g^ i^" ^ n. iv> r°78.to embrace, to enclose, to surround. thar &S f> Mission r3, 117, g^ <g, v\ L—Ü, to be strong, to be protected, fortified, strong ; Copt. zop, zoop, zoope. 1 <^ tharei w ft. o Ä' strengtl1' a .g*a>, whole, sound, strong, protected thar-t strong thing, a protected thing. thar-t ?^ ^\ <=K^T^, ^r^>, riofl^ , ,, Jour. E.A. 3, 104, an enclosed v^sSr _ccSk £sLJ and strong place, a walled enclosure, fortress. tharit à tharr jg^' <$ « plur. rftZjf 1 Ac l .?tas (a), a kind of cake; 1 1 1 tharâa ■?tas a kind of cake. tharän (?) — sä TfZ, 0. Nâstasen Stele 40, from — to tharin *IWW\ /WW\ I—I O I WW r—t *IWW\ 3 \\ /VlWVNA /WWV» v l£s£/ .Sas , Alt-K.' irÖ2, buckler; var. p.s.B. 10,472 ; Heb. rvntö. tharb ^' <=>ijeö, 5^' <=>'J Y^ Ö > Pot> vessel. tharh .Sas ^, to in^de, to -Äc> tharstà-t part or parts of the body. thartâ ^zJ <=:> 1 (1 «K&4-11' transgress. -ÄÄ ) I 1 l a kind of boat. thartà ?<£*<=> Ti h <^>, Rec. 17, 146, bread made of fine flour; Heb. POD, Chald. NJl^D, Arab. ^^Jj (Dozy I, 671), Assyr. ® sii-ia-tu w^- ^y *y. thahab Jfe/ # "^\ J ^, Anastasi IV>2>5, Koller 2,3,^f^J^ a place where horses are exercised. thahr o 1 » w thasàs chief, master. tha serit to ill-treat, to beat. , IV, 998, ?■ :—> _tl rj ^ safe or protected \\ ' ^ N III' thing. flag bearer, colour bearer of an army ; see Digitized by Microsoft^) 3 H 2
TH [ 852 ] TH thash , boundary, frontier; see S ^ . ; Copt. TOOJ. thak , thakar , Rouge I.H. 2, 125 , strong building, an enclosed and fortified place, tower. 1 ^=^ \\ s , o 1 Thakaru ^ I, Ines. 1208, 1 1 1 916, gZg ^= <T> I 1 n' I C-l ■ - ■ , Rec. 21, _â^> l ùûiûy I I I [W]' w ^ I, Alt-K. 1171, a Mediterranean people. Thakar - Bära Ui J w 3-_jïc^4$> Rec. 2i, 78, #£j LI I J yr \\r±SKf\ tne name of a Syrian governor ; Heb. Syn-Dt- • Thakaretha Ä* ' LJ ^^ Harris Pap. Mag., a magical name. thakatâ thakrau *=W\*< covering, bandlet. W ETD V" 1 1 1 , Harris "I, 57, 13, shutters,.lattices. thaga g, S^|, Koller 1, 5, 2, 1, ^'J^, iv, 701, gg, s\~fjr> $& s IV, 732, a kind of tree, the wood of the same. ET~D, Anastasi thagapu TcZj ß IV, 9, 5, barracks; see thaten-t ?^ (E D S tf (E CTD, see ci CT3' thatha (?) vessel, or bowl. Thathait \ 15, 47, a form of the Sun-god «dÜj—,« throne; I 17 Ö , a metal pot, 0 Zlij, Litanie Thath-neteru ^za"^—^\ ', Tuat VI, a god. thâ-t ^|û, Thes- I28l> Iv> f.S7. 1 fVa emanation, exudation. That s=> (] o P. , a goddess of Tet-t, , Busiris/ I, a class of thàaiu g=> (1 officials, clerks (?) thàfthàf s=-(|*^_s=>(|*^_, T. 305 Tharef^=a(] Tflßßfl.T. 317, the name of a magical serpent. thàthà s=. (1 s=. (1 5 * , Rev- 6> z6> to stamp with the feet, to gallop. thàthà s=. (1 s=. flt I, BD- l69' 2> dances, skippings. J\ thä(?) _ü||7i,tomn(?) th-âmit j\ Ijlj o, Rev. 13, 27 = XineiJULG, in the state of knowing. thi s=3 [|[| (&, scribe, learned man; plur. J j; ö(|(j vg>j rr^c-D, Rec. 33, 4, copyists attached to the college, sages. thi-t s=3(jfj g, e= (|(| g\ band, tie. thinen^Mflll^,^ I, 9 1 1 I' T T /wwv\ thithi ^û, Love Songs 5, 6, => /Ä I t^ S=>S=> ^ ^> fîr I ) Rec-2I) 97) ^> ÖT) \\ \\ 211 W W 21 Rec. 1, 46, ^^ç^' ibid- '> 52> to wrangle, to dispute, to chatter, to gossip. thetthet x o o chatter, gossip. thU, thut s=> %, T. 2II, N. 335, >v\ , pron. 2nd sitig. masc, thou. thu (?) , to mount up. thua s=3 £) Digitized by "Microsoft ® ' to lift up, to bear, "to carry.
TH [ 853 ] TH thua thua C\ J| IV, 278, to bind on a 0 ( u' crown. —fl N. 979, defects (?) _d' offences (?) fl crown ; thuàt s=> ^k (1 ^^L, T. 284, :=^%A,andö^(). thui s=^(j(|,that. thub s=3% Jl, sole, sandal; see s= J o ÙJ ; Copt, ecocnrr, tooït. thupar pet; \\ ,.. . _ 1, horn, trum- t-fl e $ä ^P "/ trumpet bearer, trumpeter; compare Heb. ""IDUJ, thupar thuprath 5E=3 0 <~ Aby. I, Text n, a Hittite chariot. thuf ö^>*_<$>, 1, Anas- tasi I, 17, 7, scribe, copyist, secretary; Heb. 1D*ID, Aram. N"JDD, Syr. , Mar. (2 \\ ?• 0-——-j Till o S ^g xxÏ ©'Rev-6'26' Papyrus;var- *^_ ^XJ Copt, xocnrq, Heb. P)^d. .thumâqana e ^ ^ ^\ O. Alt-K. 1153, a devil of sickness ; var. O. u thun Ä l-fl' & ^ *»t0 bear't0 carry, to rise up ; Copt. TUX>*¥Tl. thurn s==3 <— e 1 /VWSAA I 1 -^ 2^, Rec. 1, 48, buckler, breast cover of leather; var. (](]<vWaa'|\ i^i; Heb. fïn.UJ. thurh to sin, to trespass. thurtàs^^^cilf)/;", \ ft /"Û, fine flour; Heb. nVo. e .Aal thut s=»^, U. 574, N. 968, ^^ a particle; **wvx s=a ^K (1 11, T. 271, P. 22, M. 33, N. 123, Q s=» %f Q P> U- 58l> N. 962,8=.^ (j [1, B.D. ,80,37, *=3f 3 , B.D. 180, 27. thut s=jW, U. 220, to be collected. thut ^K, U. 559, form, image. thut s= ^ ^, T. 266, s=> ^T, M. 43, 421, crown. thutâ s=3 ^KQ (], P. 34, crown. thutha »V >*^ I > ^ Sä I > tne piPing of a bird, the cry of the hawk, twitterings. Thuthu £=^£=3^ ^, Rec. 6, 151, 31, 18, the name of a god. thuth ken s=3 ^\ ° , Ebers 63, Jlr^z^> 111 9, a seed. thebit 5=3 J J}>K-942,z=>J\j], T. 312, P. 174, s=*J o |, U. 554,T. 173, M. 301, U. 553, Rec. 27, 60, Wo, sandai; dual , P. 408, M. 584, N. 813, 1190,2= Jo V\ , sandals white and black; see also ^ J ^v[); Copt. T'ocnre. thebit s=J(|(j thebu 0 V|/ Rec. 4, 119, the ' sole of the foot. £ ^Mr j sandal-maker, worker in leather; plur. I, Anastasi I, 26, 4, 0/ (2 : a, !, t-fl, sandal-maker to the king. Digitized by Microsoft ® » 3
TH [ 854 ] TH Thebti Metternich Stele 53, OftHÏÎI' a pair of goddesses. thebu-t s= J ^f | ^. Rec. 30, 68, a part of a ship. theb «JI^.^J^.^JS^. Rev. 14, 73, calf, cow; compare Copt. T~& in T&ItH. theb (tcheb) s=3 j) |||||. bird-cage; also tcheb Ä J ||||||, Ä. theb-t §=3 llû, sistrum. theb g > 1 D, copper coins, obolus, see assanum; var. to break to smash. km thebeb«=,JJ^,T-3«j. Theba s=%* A Rec. 26, 229, a god (?) thebU sœJ^ Ö, s=J(2 ö,Mar. Kam. 55, 61, Rec. 21, 77, Theban Ostraka B, 6, vase, pot, vessel ; plur. g=a pö, IV,- 666. thebu^J^ft, «=.Jg. Rec. 17, 145, a weight for meat, a measure; var. thebn s=3 J %/ ^, a lock of hair, curl ; Thebeh s=> Jl m ^J, Typhon ; var. thebheng= Il m |^,DeHymnis36, -Cl /WVAAA to hop, to skip, to frisk (of animals). thebtheb«=,j«=,j>e=,j«=,j«, to tie up to (with <rr><rr>, IV, 658), to suspend, to tie (dead bodies to a wall). thebtheb s=J s=»J A ^, to dance, the belly-dance. thebtheb-t *=> J s= J o ^, dis- pute, argument. thep , a kind of goose. thepà s==3 (1 l^fl, Rec. 30,192,S==3 (] *&, to breathe, to snuff the air. theput S==3% ° !, the dead (?) theph-t ^ I o I, T. 303,™ I o £[• P. 86, 0 <r ». 44, D o i=q, N. 662, hole in the ground, cavern, cave ; plur. g,N. 656,^1^^11^0.^,54; -wsAAA (-iP, the vault of the sky. D D D Thephut petriu s==31 o S'n] , SS» iQ>. Stt* <0>~ =, M. 381, a group of shrines (?) in the Tuat Theph-t sheta-t s==3 8 Tuat VII, the 7th division of the Tuat. thef t vi, to move about, to shake (?) thefthef s==i s==3,t0 dance>t0 wa^\e /W\/W\ /WVAAA AAAAAA /WVAAA , /WVAAA thefthef 1=3 to spit, to pour out water ; var thef ^, papyrus plant; var. *^~ J; Copt, xocnrq, Heb. ^D. thefà J~^(|, U. 541, T. 297=g=j s=(|^_,T. 305/ Thefnut s==3 Ö , ■= Ö (E of Shu ; see Ö Thefnut , consort , P. 62, M. 83. 1 Berg. I, 14, a lioness-god- ' * dess : see Tefnut. 1 P. 707 theften JC=> /WVAAA theftenn %^ wiw \ j\ Amen. 11, 20, w Ö (E -* envoy, messenger (?) them, them-t = j^, «=»$£, P. 62, M. 84, N. 91, P.S.B. 15, 37, Rec. 21, 197 =» , pron. 2nd fem. sing. Digitized by Microsoft ®
TH 855 J TH them s them ft, bändlet, tiara, apparel. -^3-, Amen. 22, 6, 23, 9, to see (?) thema / , bold, brave, strong. thema-â ^—°, ^> ^ iv, 657, 4 . „, hero, warrior. Thema 8~T, Tuat III, a god. Thema-re ^^^ Themat-her-t / o <=>*, Tomb Tuat XII, a singing-god. Seti I, one of the 36 Dekans ; var 9 o fror 0 _>c o 111 , Tomb Ram. IV ; Gr. TQM. A . 1=3 Themat-kher-t / o <=> *, ^ O III /I\o Tombs Seti I and Ram. II, one of the i< ' 36 Dekans. thema-t vulture amulet ; var. ^^ o A.Z. 1908, 16, the o I 1 thema ^jf ^, Hh. 377, seat, throne; ^^AA ,J-M* 828, SPhinx» 2» x32» !T ^ fl»»' scribe of the throne. thema-t ^^ o -fl-, mat (?) Copt. taa.h. thema ^^ -ß- Themath ^ IV, 1110, lands, III ' estates. Tuat X, a lioness- Z> ^ fl ' goddess. Themà-taui s==» t\ (|esfH=, p. 266, =»^(| IZI^' M* 479. N. 1246, a god. Themmit S=[)[)o, Tomb Ram. IX, 10, god of the serpent V thema *^L\% ^\W\' for ,, writing, plan, drawing. Mar. Kam. 53, 26. Themhu S=f %> !, Tuat V, the Libyans ^> Jf l m the |uat. Themhu s=^|^^, Rec.30,63, the " Libyan " god. themes s=^ [1 jfjlj, Rec 32, 80, to write, to make marks, to paint coloured pictures, to be of various colours, to be striped ; var. themes s=^ [1 jj^|, P. 604, striped, coloured (of the rump of an animal <n> _£$)). themes s= ffl 0 ffl v^^, Dream Stele 20, writing board, inscribed tablet. themes-t s=»^jjoj^|, p. 172, N. 939, a writing, list, register; plur. s=> Vv I , P. 346, 1 1 1 see 4 Ml PH* themes g= themess-t s rl ° , m. 646, (JJ O O O Jr 1 1 1 ~~*~ a condemned "^ä ' person. , V. 681, 773. M« 77°» design, writing, picture, document. Themes-en-khentt s== jfl [U— [(]]] " Tomb Seti I, | fj] f[J|) * , Denderah II, 10, one of the 36 Dekans. thmes-t in midwife; Copt. eju.ee 10. themth «=,|^ , Hh. JJ, themthem measure. f}, a dry then then s=3 ° abso. pron. 2nd fem. /WWW /www sing. /WWW III rwi Themeh^U^, «=, *| J Libyan; plur. s=3^|^') gf j » (dual); Copt. OHnOT Digitized by Microsoft ® Vi- later , I /www /www, pron. 2nd plur. ye, your; /www, X. 1385 111 \\ 3 h 4
TH [ 856 ] TH then = , this. /WWW /WWW then )¥■ /WWW /WWW 1- where ? ; var. P- 3°7, 3i2> ^;Cop, Tcoit. then S==3,S==3V| i], iv,2 2 2,s==3V| /WWW /WWW I U /WWW I /WWW Ö /WWW Ö /WWW Ö Rec. 30, 185, to lift up, to raise, to promote, to distinguish. then-t ww« I •ck' 3 something great or distinguished ; plur. www | (^ 1 1. Then-àru ^^<s>-^\ il ! fj J), Tomb of Seti I, one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 54). Then-neteru wüw? T ', Tuat xn, the r-~-^ Mil' • gate of the 12th division of the Tuat. Then-ret ^=^<==>i\, B.D. 125, II, /WWW V 3 the name of one of the 42 judges of Osiris. then ^=^ "1 IjK: , B.D. 178, 23, a kind /WWW I (T^ U of tree : var. «~^. then Afli, course,*throughout. then-t, thenn-t /WWW f U. 234» /WWW , 1—i /WWW Rec. 26, 66, ^ O s=3 o , /WWW , ibid. 26, 74> /WWW /WWW sanctuary of Seker ; plur. /WWW /WWW , ibid. 31, 16, place, abode, 111 Thenen ö 11 J), Tomb of Seti I, /WWW T T 1 I one of the 75 forms of Rä (No. 3). Thennit =»}.}. £ $, B.D.G. 42,699, j-,-2 „ t 11 ^ fi) consort of Menthu and a ôb ' vwJL OU' form of Hathor. thenâ s==3 (1, T. 307, P. 173,260, M. 493, /www J where? ; see , ' fc (](] ; Copt. TCOK. /WWW /WWW 1 1 thenà s=3 (] il, s= Q /% !, to be old, /www 1 U iwww 1 1 7J I old age, aged. Thenà S==3 (], Tuat XII, one of the 12 /www I gods who towed the boat of Àf through the C, serpent Ankh-neteru ; he was re-born daily. /| thenà, theniu s==3 (], iv, 639, s==3 /WWW 1 /WWW Q Q ^>, pitcher, bowl, dish ; plur.*3 fl %^37, 11-2 /www 1 _ZT 1 1 1 L.D. Ill, 65A, 15. (J <^> Àmen. 14, 11 (2 -<^- thenà thenà-ti ^=^> fl <^T ,", , Amen. 15,17, /WWW 1 JT^ \\ 1 0 -<k7 -<^-, Amen. 20, 19, /WWW I" 7T^ Àmen. 25, 10 thenàa S=3 j\ \A , boomerang, camel theni (](], N. 940, where ?; see , /WWW 1 1 /WWW 8=31^« ° Û ; Copt, xcort. /WWW I ("J ^ /WWW J thenu ^^^K pron- 2nd plur^ Copt- -www Jr ' OHitcnr. thenu -www *| jI iv, 700, ^^ v\ *| J 1, iv,II4I,^-^fl,^=fl,^^, each, every. thenu ö , U. 253, T. 196, P. 288, 678, N. 1293, M. 726, to count, to reckon. thenut öo , A.Z. 1904, 89, q^ : 8=3 0 /www Cà 1, Rec. 31, 11, /www tkQ j /WWW I Ö 0 Jr I IV, 1143, number, reckoning, computa- III' tion, census (of cattle), calculations. thenut A/Tuv ^^, weight, quantity. Thenu-t /www ^337 the name of a festival. thennu /WWW /WWW ö Rechnungen 63, a zrr>- ' plank or log of wood. Thennui (?) =»^^ ()(). T. 302, a magical name (?) mentioned with *~ 11 M thenpu S^ % iv, 930 Digitized by Microsoft ®
TH [ 857 ] TH thenf /WWW ^^| > /WWW j/j^ , /WWW 0^, z ^ ^ K? ë'to dance'to piay an ,he 7s forms of Ra"<No'47)' Thonti ~*~A j| ^j, Tomb Scti I, one of instrument or sing to a dance. ■ \ /W/W\ thenf /www iwiAM , Rec. 2o, 2i6, drink. Hrf-fc /WWW thenf-t WW« , vessel or pot of drink. Ö thenfit /www una thonem s= /WW thenem s= f.E diet 4, sail. the first milk in ON. 514A, an offering, milk (?) the breasts after childbirth ; var Copt. zeXjULI. Thenem!^k*^T-&aA-1"' 424, a nurse-goddess. thenem ö i t\ fff=, t0, weeP« t0 /WWW 2 JS^s? ' ' make to weep. /www j! _B^ _Zl 111 ' wmaI J^ _Pl,l>Hh- 556, dens, caves. thenem s=s (I fe^, ö 0 ^ to /www J -CrO* /www J! Z\_ turn away from, to turn back, to reject ; var. /www Jl _S^. 11 125, II, one of the 42 assessors of Osiris; see o - /V thenr /www 1 1 1 thenh-ti ~ /w 16, 20 thenher ~ w , strong, bold, brave. 2?^ -^j^- , Àmen. ^ « "2L Peasant 175, => U 3^' a bird. thentut = ^^^, Meir 8, a breed of cows. thenti /www _rM /www _rM Tombos Stele 3, throne, chair of state. thenta-t Z) y'l ^ Rec. 27, 222, throne, chair of state, c—' ' throne-chamber. Digitized by Microsoft ® » \ -\ www <r -a. thontonr A 1 , Rec 8, 139, /www Ü I I I AIM ' Jy braves, soldiers. thontha-t s==* ?^* o y], iv, 565, /WWW v»--« y] r^TJ, B.D. 180, 7, C==D »/*/VW , L.I). Ill, i6a, throne, throne room, 5 IV, 573; D chair of state; «tag? >] [S , throne mounted on a boat thenthen ' ' ° ' tf .A, Anastasi I, /WWW /WWW 24, 8, to run, to run away, to flee. Thenthen-neteru 1 t=x, /www /www I III the name of the 12th G