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Chapter 22 - The Predicate Adjective

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bìn st
The woman is bad.
nfr s3t
The daughter is good.
s3t nfrt
the good daughter
nfr wì
I am good.
nfr mṯn·ì
My path is good.
nḫt ìmn-r'
Amun-Re is mighty.
rnpy s3t·f
His daughter is young.
rnpy s3t·ṯn
Your (pl.) daughter is young.
bìn nḥsyw
The Nubians are bad.
rnpy s3w·ṯn
Your (pl.) sons are young.
spd wì
I am skilled, lit. "sharp".
nfr n
We are happy.
spd ṯw
You are skilled.
bìn ṯn
You are bad.
bìn sw
He is bad.
nfr sn
They are good.
nfr st
It is beautiful.
ḥns mṯn
The road is narrow.
mṯn ḥns
the narrow road
be youthful; be young
s3t·ì ktt
my young daughter, lit. "my little daughter"
The King of the Two Lands Name, The King of Upper and Lower Egypt, He of the Bee and the Sedge
Horus name of Aha (1-2)
nswt bìt
The King of Upper and Lower Egypt
ḥr dn nsw bìt ḫ3sty
The Horus ˊDen' (1-5), King of the Two Deserts
ḥr smr ẖt nbty nsw bìt
The Horus ˊFriend-of-the-God's-Body', Two Ladies, King of the Two Lands
friend, courtier
body of men (or gods)
stẖ pr ìb sn nswt bìt pr ìb sn
The Seth ˊTheir-(Horus and Seth?, the King and Seth?)-Heart-Goes-Forth', The King of the Two Lands 'Their-Heart-Goes-Forth'
D34* is arms holding shield and battle axe, OK form of D34. Logo. in "fight".
E20 is an animal of Seth, perhaps a kind of pig. Logo. for Seth.
G5 is a falcon. Logo. in ḥrw "(the falcon god) Horus", perhaps meaning "the far-off one".
G16 is the UE vulture goddess nḫbt Nekhbet and the LE cobra goddess, w3ḏyt Wadjet, on baskets V30.
I12 is an erect cobra (often displayed on the forehead of the pharaoh). Det. goddesses.
I13 is the cobra I12 on the basket V30.
L2 is a bee. Logo. in bìt "bee". Phon/logo. in nswtbìt "King of Upper & Lower Egypt".
M4 is a palm branch stripped of leaves. Det. in rnpy "be young". Logo. in tr "time", "season".
M5 is a combination of M4 and X1. Sportive logo. in tr "season".
M6 is a combination of M4 and D21. Sportive logo. in tr "season".
M44 is a thorn. Det. in spd "sharp".
O33 is a facade of a palace or tomb. Det. in srḫ a palace facade bearing the king's Horus name.
palace facade
T1 is a pre-historic mace with cup- or dish-shaped head.
T14 is a (1) throw stick or (2) a club as a foreign weapon of warfare; det. (1) in ḳm3 throw, (2) nḥsy Nubian.
ḏ3·n·f s3t·f ktt
He ferried across his small daughter.
sḏm·n nṯr ḫrw
The god heard the voice.
rnpy s3t·sn
Their daughter is young.
ḥns mṯn
The road is narrow.
'ḥ3·n ḥm·f nḥsyw ẖs(w)
His Majesty fought the vile Nubians.
gm·n·ì pr·k
I found your house.
ì3š·n wì ìmy-r ḥm-nṯr
The overseer of priests summoned me.
sḫpr·n b3k·k nfr ḫt
Your good (man) servant made a fire.
ìr·n st b3k(w)t·k nfrt
Your good (maid) servants did it.
mr·n·ì ìt·ì nfr
I loved my good father.
sš·n sw sš ìḳr
The excellent scribe wrote him.
h3b·n sš nsw mḏ3t
The royal scribe sent the papyrus roll.
pr·n ḥm-nṯr
The priest went out.
They are sharp.
ìr·n ḥm·f mn-'nḫ
His Majesty made the pyramid "(Pepi)" is Established and Living.