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Chapter 21 - Adjectives – Singular, Plural, and Dual

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s nfr
the good man
nbt wrt
the great lady
ḫt ḳ3
a tall tree
ḫ3st ẖst
the vile country
nbw wrw
great lords
ḫ3s(w)t nfrt
the good countries
snw ìḳrw
the excellent brothers
snwt·s ktt
her little sisters
snwy nḫtwy
a strong pair of brothers
snty nfr(ty)
a beautiful pair of sisters
prwy dšrwy
(two) red houses
ìrty w3ḏty
green eyes
ky rn.f
his other name
kt nìwt
the other city
kywy smr(w)
the other courtiers
kt snwt bint
the other bad sisters
nfr(w)t
beautiful (rare form)
nfr(w)t
beautiful (rare form)
ḫt
tree
nḫt
strong man, champion
ìt
father
w3ḏ-wr
the sea, lit. "the great green"
ḥtp dì nsw
a favor which the king grants
nswt
king
give
s3 sn·k
nephew, lit. "the son of your brother"
s3 nswt
prince, lit. "the son of the king"
ḥm nṯr
priest, lit. "servant of god"
ḥwt nṯr
temple, lit. "house of god"
sš nsw(t)
scribe of the king
pr nswt
palace, lit. "house of the king"
nì swt
king of Upper Egypt, lit. "(the one) belonging to the sedge" or "(he who) belongs to the sedge".
'nḫ wḏ3 snb
may he live, be prosperous and healthy
'nḫ wḏ3 snb
may he live, be prosperous and healthy (compact form). Abbrev. l.p.h.
m3'-ḫrw
deceased, lit. "true of voice"
m3'-ḫrw
deceased (compact form), lit. "true of voice"
m3'-ḫrw
deceased (compact form), lit. "true of voice"
nbty
(two) ladies
nbty
(two) ladies (compact form)
nḥḥ
eternity
nḥḥ
eternity (compact form)
ẖry ḥbt
lector priest, lit. "he who is under the ritual book" or "holder of the ritual book".
ẖry ḥbt
lector priest (compact form), lit. "he who is under the ritual book" or "holder of the ritual book".
ẖry ḥbt
lector priest (compact form), lit. "he who is under the ritual book" or "holder of the ritual book".
s3 r'
son of Re
s3 r'
son of Re (compact form)
s3 nswt n ẖt·f r' ḥtp
Prince, lit. "Son of the king of his body", Rahotep. Title indicates that Rahotep was probably a true son of king.
rḫ n nswt nfrt
An acquaintance of the king, Nofret.
A28 is a man with both arms upraised. Det. in k3 "high"; ḥ'ì "joy"; ḥ3ì "mourn".
šps
A man of rank seated in a chair. Also found after names of honored or revered dead.
nḥ
G21 is a guinea fowl.
w3ḏ
M14 is a combination of M13 and I10.
'ḥ3·n ḥm·f ḫ3s(w)t ẖst
His Majesty fought the evil countries.
sḏm·f ḫrw·ṯ
He hears your voice.
ìt·sn nfr
their good father
sḏm·n nbt b3k(w)t·s bìnt
The lady heard her bad servants.
ìṯ b3kw ẖrd(w)·k
The servants will take your children.
st nfrt
the beautiful woman
m33·ì nht ḳ3t
I see the tall sycamore fig tree.
s3w·s '3w
her great sons
ì3š·n ṯ3ty nḏsw
The vizier summoned the commoners.
h3b·n sr ìḳr sš
The clever official sent the scribe.
h3b·n sr sš ìḳr
The official sent the clever scribe.
ì3š·n sy ìmy-r ḥwt
The overseer of the estate summoned her.
m33·n·ì ḫ'-nfr
I saw the pyramid "(Merenre)" Appears in Glory and Beauty.
mr·n·sn s3·s nfr
They loved her good son.