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Chapter 35 - The Adverb Phrase

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ḫntì·n sḏ3wty bìty
The seal bearer of the Lower Egyptian King sailed upstream.
ḫntì·n sḏ3wty bìty m dpt
The seal bearer of the LE King sailed upstream in a boat.
ḫntì·n sḏ3wty bìty m dpt n mḥ 20
The seal bearer of the LE King sailed upstream in a boat of 20 cubits.
ḫntì·n sḏ3wty bìty m dpt n mḥ 20 r hrw 8
The seal bearer of the LE King sailed upstream in a boat of 20 cubits for 8 days.
ḫntì·n sḏ3wty bìty m dpt n mḥ 20 r hrw 8 r nḫn
The seal bearer of the LE King sailed upstream in a boat of 20 cubits for 8 days to Nekhen.
ḏb3·n·ì nṯr m ḫˊw·f m ì3t·ì nt ḥry-sšt3 ìrt·ì nt sm3
I clothed the god with his regalia in my rank of master of secrets, in my function of stolist.
pr·n·ì m t3-wr ḥr w3t wḥ3t
I went forth from the Thinite nome upon the oasis road.
rdì·n wì ḥm·f m ḥ3ty-ˊ m šmw pf
His Majesty appointed me (lit. "placed me as") a local prince in that summer.
ḫntì
to travel in a southerly direction, to travel upstream, go upstream
ḫd
to travel in a northerly direction, to travel downstream, go downstream
pr
go forth, come out
h3
come down, go down
ḥrty
to travel overland
ìì-ẖr-nfrt
Ikhernofret
ḫnty ìmntyw
Foremost of the Westerners, an epithet for Osiris.
ḏb3
to clothe, adorn, dress
ḫˊw
regalia, lit. "appears in glory", a euphemism for the clothing and crown which the priest placed upon a cult statue.
ìrt
duty, use, purpose
sm3
A type of priest who dressed the cult statue of the god for ceremonial functions.
ìmw
boat, ship
dpt
boat, ship
ḥˊww
collective for ships
wì3
a sacred bark
mˊnḏt
the day bark of the sun god; the mandjet bark
mˊnḏt
the day bark of the sun god; the mandjet bark
mˊnḏt
the day bark of the sun god; the mandjet bark
msktt
the night bark of the sun god; the msktt bark
nšmt
the sacred bark of the god Osiris; the neshmet bark
ḥnw
the sacred bark of the hawk god Sokar; the henew bark
ˊḥˊw
MK sea boats and NK Nile boats
ˊḥˊw
MK sea boats and NK Nile boats
wsḫt
a large barge, lit. "a (wide) boat"
b3w
galley or pleasure craft
br
scow
Group writing, here indicating a foreign sound associated with the use of the signs b, b3 and 3 for b
mnš
NK freighter or warship
ẖn-ìnw
oxen ferry boats, wine transports
s3ṯ
tow boat
ḳ3ḳ3w
an unknown type of boat
ḳrw
grain ships
ḳrw
grain ships
s3ṯ ˊ3 pḥt(y) ìssì rn·f
the large boat called 'The Power of Isesi', or the boat called 'The Power of Isesi is Great', etc.
rn·f
its name
ḫˊì m mn-nfr
Appearing in Glory in Memphis
sb3 t3wy
The Star of the Two Lands
ẖn
D33 is arms engaged in rowing; logo. in ẖnì row; phon. in ẖnnw turmoil.
ẖnì
row
ẖnnw
turmoil
F9 is a head of leopard; det. in pḥty strength, power of the king.
pḥty
strength, power of the king
G10 is a falcon on a special bark; det. in skr the hawk god Sokar; det. in ḥnw the henew-bark (of Sokar).
skr
the hawk god Sokar
ḥnw
the henew-bark (of Sokar)
ḫntì
P2 is a ship under sail; det. in ḫntì sail upstream.
ḫntì
sail upstream, travel southwards
P3 is a sacred bark; logo./det. in wì3 sacred bark; det. in divine boats, mˊnḏt bark of the dawn, nšmt neshmet bark.
wì3
sacred bark
mˊnḏt
the mandjet-bark, the bark of the dawn
nšmt
the neshmet-bark; the sacred boat of Abydos
P4 is a fisherman's boat with net; semi-logo. in wḥˊ loosening as in wḥˊḥˊpy the loosening of the Nile.
wḥˊ
loosen
wḥˊ ḥˊpy
the loosening of the Nile = the start of the inundation
ˊḥˊ
P6 is a mast, phon. in ˊḥˊ stand.
ˊḥˊ
stand
ˊḥˊ
P7 is a combination of P6 and D36; used in ˊḥˊw ships.
ˊḥˊw
ships
ḏb3
T25 is reed floats used in fishing and hunting the hippotamus; phon. in ḏb3 clothe, adorn.
ḏb3
clothe, adorn
ḥn
U8 is a hoe without a rope connecting the two pieces; det. in ḥnn hoe; det. in ḥnw henew-bark.
ḥnn
hoe
ḥnw
the henew-bark
ˊḏ, nḏ
V26 is a netting needle filled with twine; logo. in ˊḏ spool; phon. in mˊnḏt morning bark of the sun god.
ˊḏ
spool
mˊnḏt
the morning bark of the sun god
ˊḏ, nḏ
V27 is a netting needle filled with twine, OK form of V26; phon. in mˊnḏt the morning bark of the sun.
mˊnḏt
the morning bark of the sun god
sk, w3ḥ
V29 is a swab made from a hank of fiber; det. in sk wipe; phon. in skì perish and in w3ḥ place.
sk
wipe
skì
perish
w3ḥ
place
Aa25 is an unknown object; logo. in sm3 title of a priest whose function consisted in clothing the statue of a god.
sm
sm-priest
ḫd·n·ì r ḫˊì-nfr m wsḫt 6 s3ṯ 4
I travelled northwards to the pyramid "(Merenre)" Appears in Glory and Beauty in 6 wsḫ boats and 4 s3ṯ boats.
h3·n·ì r w3ḏ-wr m dpt nt mḥ 120 m ˊw·s
I went down to the sea (lit. the great green) in a boat of 120 cubits in its length.
(r)dì·n·ì t n ḥḳr
I gave bread to the hungry.
m3ˊ·n·ì sn m ìw mḥty
I sent them from the northern island.
rdì·n wì ḥm·f r smr
His Majesty appointed me to the rank of Friend.
(r)dì sw nswt m ḥ3ty-ˊ ìmy-r šm'w
The king of Upper and Lower Egypt appointed him a local prince and the overseer of Upper Egypt.