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Chapter 38 - Verb Forms – The Infinitive

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wn
open, v.; to open, opening, masc. inf.
šm
go, v.
šmt
to go, going, fem. inf.
pr, pr(ì)
go forth, v.
prt
to go forth, going forth, inf.
rš, rš(w)
rejoice, v.
ršwt
to rejoice, rejoicing, inf.
gm, gm(ì)
find, v.
gmt
to find, finding, inf.
ḥs, ḥs(ì)
praise (someone), v.
ḥst
to praise, praising (someone), inf.
rdì
give, v.
rdìt
to give, giving, inf.
smì
report, v.
smìt
to report, reporting, inf.
dmì
touch, v.
dmìt
to touch, touching, inf.
s3w
guard, v.
s3wt
to guard, guarding, inf.
wḏ3
prosper, v.; to prosper, prospering, inf.
sḏm
hear, v.; to hear, hearing, inf.
nfr ìrt m3ˊt
To do m3ˊt is good.
wḏ·n ḥm·f ḫdìt r w3st
His Majesty commanded to sail downstream to Thebes.
wḏ·n ìmy-r ìrty ẖnt m wsrw
The captain commanded to row with strength.
s ìḳr n wb3 n·f ìb
an excellent man to be confided in, lit. "of opening to him the heart"
r ìnt n·ì ḳrsw pn m r-3ww
in order to bring me this sarcophagus from Tura
wḏ3 ḥm·f m ḫdìt r sḫrt mnṯw sṯt
His Majesty proceeds north to overthrow the Bedouins of Asia.
m ḫdìt
to travel downstream
r sḫrt
to overthrow
rdìt ìn ḥm·f pr ḳn nb n mšˊ·f
His Majesty caused (lit. "Causing by his Majesty") every brave (man) of his army to go forth.
mrìt snt·n ìn sn·ì
My brother loves our sister, lit. "Loving our sister by my brother".
mrì sn·ì snt·n
My brother loves our sister.
ìì·n·ì ḥr šms·f
I returned accompanying him, lit. "on accompanying him".
w3ḥ·n·f wì nn dmìt·ì
He put me down without hurting me, lit. "not touching me".
gmt·f ìn sn·s
Her brother found him, lit. "Finding him by her brother".
šm·n·ì r smìt st
I went to report it.
ìrt mẖrw srw wḥˊw n šmsw
Giving provisions to the officers (and) rations to the followers, i.e. the army.
sš rsw n mšˊ ḏd n·sn mn-ìb sp sn rs-tp sp sn
Posting the sentries of the army; saying to them: "Be steadfast, be steadfast! Be vigilant, be vigilant!"
ììt m ḥtpw ìn wrw nw kftyw
Coming in peace by the chieftains of Crete.
ìn·n·ì r ìw pn ìn w3w n w3ḏ-wr
I was brought to this island by a wave of the sea.
mn
to endure, enduring, inf.
mn-ìb
be steadfast, lit. "enduring of the heart"
rs
to be alert, inf.
rs-tp
be vigilant, lit. "to alert the head" or "alerting the head"
sp sn
lit. "two times" to indicate that the word or words immediately preceeding it are to be repeated twice
sp sn
lit. "two times" to indicate that the word or words immediately preceeding it are to be repeated twice
ìn
by, follows the infinitive in order to indicate the agent
ìn
by, follows the infinitive in order to indicate the agent
ˊwt
awet-scepter
nḫ3ḫ3
flail
nḫḫw
flail
ḫpš
sickle shaped sword, scimitar
pr-ˊ3
the palace, lit. "the great house"
pr-ˊ3
the palace, lit. "the great house"
pr-ˊ3
the palace, lit. "the great house"
smr wˊty pr-ˊ3
Unique Friend of the King
špsw nswt pr-ˊ3
Royal Noble of the pr-ˊ3
rḫ nswt pr-ˊ3
a royal acquaintance of the king
ìry-ḫt pr-ˊ3
Keeper of (lit. "the one pertaining to") the Property of the pr-ˊ3
ìmy-r k3t nbt nt nsw
Overseer of all of the Works of the King
ˊḏ-mr pr-ˊ3
Judge and Boundary Official of the pr-ˊ3
ìmy-r ìpt pr-ˊ3
Overseer of the Apartments of the pr-ˊ3
ìmy-r sḫtyw n pr-nsw
Overseer of Field Workers of the Palace
ìmy-r 10 pr-ˊ3
Overseer of Ten (men) of the pr-ˊ3
ìry nfr-ḥ3t
Keeper of the Diadem
ḫrp ìryw-šnw pr-ˊ3
Director of the Hairdressers of the pr-ˊ3
ìry-sšr pr-ˊ3
Keeper of the Cloth of the pr-ˊ3
ìry-mrḥt pr-ˊ3
Keeper of the Oil of the pr-ˊ3
ìmy-r sš n nsw
Overseer of Writing of the King
sš ḳbḥw(w) pr-ˊ3
Scribe of the Butchers of the pr-ˊ3
mìnw pr-ˊ3
Herdsman of the pr-ˊ3
wrr(y)t
chariot
ìn
A27 is a man hastening with one arm raised; phon. in ìn by.
ìn
by
A42 is the king with a flagellum.
A45 is the king wearing the crown of Lower Egypt; logo/det. in bìty king of Lower Egypt.
bìty
king of Lower Egypt
A46 is the king of Lower Egypt with a flagellum.
D3 is hair; det. in šny hair.
šny
hair
D19 is a nose, eye and cheek; det. in šrt nose; sn smell, kiss; ḫnt face, joy; rš(w), rejoice; ḫntš take pleasure.
šrt
nose, nostril
sn
smell, kiss
ḫnt
face, joy
ḫntš
take pleasure
rš(w)
rejoice
D41 is a forearm with palm of hand downwards; det. in arm, gb3 and rmn, shoulder, arm
gb3
arm
rmn
arm, shoulder
ˊd(ˊḏ?)
K3 is a fish; det. in ˊdw buri fish; phon. in ˊd-mr administrator of a province, probably lit. "Excavator of Canal(s)".
ˊdw
the buri-fish
Q2 is a portable seat.
S35 is a sunshade of ostrich feathers; logo. in šwt shadow, shade; logo/det. in sryt military standard.
šwt
shadow, shade
sryt
military standard
S36 is a sunshade of ostrich feathers, OK form of S35.
S44 is a walking stick with a flail; logo/det. in 3ms club, mace.
3ms
club, mace
S45 is a flail; logo/det. in nḫḫw and nḫ3ḫ3 flail.
T13 is pieces of wood joined and lashed together at the joint; logo.(?) in rs be wakeful, vigilant.
rs
be wakeful, vigilant
T16 is a scimitar; det. in ḫpš scimitar.
T17 is a chariot; logo/det. in wrrt wrr(y)t, chariot.
T18 is a crook with a package containing a knife, etc. lashed to it; logo. in šms follow, accompany.
šms
follow, accompany
U26 is a drill used to bore a hole in a bead; logo. in wb3 open.
wb3
open
šn
V7 is a loop of cord with ends downward; phon. in šnì encircle; šn tree; šnˊ repel.
šnì
encircle
šn
tree
šnˊ
repel
Z8 is an oval; det. in šnw circuit.
šnw
circuit
rdìt t n ḥkr
Giving bread to the hungry.
ḫd⋅n ìmy-r mš'w r 'ḥ3 ḥḳ3w ḫswt
The general travelled northward in order to fight the Hyksos.
prt 2 ì3š·n n ṯ3ty r t3-wr
The second month of the winter season, the vizier summoned us to t3-wr
3ḫt 4 hrw 16 prt r nìwt
The 16th day of the fourth month of the Season of Inundation, going forth to Thebes, lit. "the city".
wḏ·n·ì n·f ìrt st
I commanded him to make it.
wḏ·n ìmy-r ìrty ẖnt m wsrw
The captain commanded to row with strength.
ìn n·k st snt·s
Her sister brings it to you.
ìrt mẖrw n srw wḥˊw n šmsw
Giving provisions to the officers (and) rations to the followers, i.e. the army.
mrì·n sn·s snt·ì
Her brother loved my sister.
mrìt snt·ì ìn sn·s
Her brother loves my sister, lit. "Loving my sister by her brother".