A Compendious Grammar Of The Egyptian Language: As Contained by Henry Tattam

By Henry Tattam

This ebook is a facsimile reprint and will comprise imperfections akin to marks, notations, marginalia and improper pages.

Show description

Read Online or Download A Compendious Grammar Of The Egyptian Language: As Contained In The Coptic, Sahidic, And Bashmuric Dialects (1863) PDF

Best literary books

Spirit House

First novel within the celebrated Vincent Calvino sequence with a brand new advent via Christopher G. Moore. Calvino's research into Hoadly's demise takes him from the red-light district of Patpong to the slums of Klong Toey. He works himself in the course of the energy constitution of gangsters, godfathers and crooked police officers.

Miss Kansas City (Michigan Literary Fiction Awards)

Pass over Kansas urban is the tale of an incredible friendship, set within the tumultuous mid-80s dotcom California, the place younger greed and blinkered innocence arrive intertwined. Friendless and reclusive, Alex Blue commutes hours each one technique to a role that serves usually as a spot to bide time, until eventually someday she meets the rich, worldly— and married— proprietor of a high-concept Bay zone way of life corporation.

The Ice House

With this lovely debut--a magnificent marriage of vintage conference and modern sophistication--Minette Walters units a brand new regular of excellence for the secret novel. the 3 girls residing in seclusion at a chic Hampshire kingdom condominium have lengthy been fodder for village gossip. .. even whispers of a witches' coven.

Notions of the Feminine: Literary Essays from Dostoyevsky to Lacan

Coming near near the query of ways male novelists understand their lady characters, this number of inventive but analytic literary essays unwinds the complexities of male authorship as opposed to narration. Mark Axelrod appears at a variety of male authors together with Fydor Dostoevsky, D. H. Lawrence, Carlos Fuentes, and the theories of Jacques Lacan.

Extra info for A Compendious Grammar Of The Egyptian Language: As Contained In The Coptic, Sahidic, And Bashmuric Dialects (1863)

Example text

0wr. T70)N

EiO), an ass. ElflDOyE, oyE, harbours. night. kings. regularly: FgE. 20. Sahidic Plurals which end in KOoyF, Kpcuoy, kingdoms, otJiers. EO). pMFloyE, a doctrine. ass. oyNoy, an oyo^OOyE, tears. an FOOyE, hour. nights. piMF,, CBOoyF, KE, another. asses. oyNooyF, hours. oycpH, pMFlH, Keeping. pHElOoyE, poMTTE. a year. doctrines, oyE. EMpO). a harhour. FHpo- asses. pRnooyE, cnip, a side. years. CBO), cntpOoyE, Chap. IV. sides. TBNH, a beast. 19 Of Nouns. TBNOOyF, a waif. beasts, plur. ooa>> P lur gpF, /007.

F. NA. 6A. (|>A. Sahidic. TA. TTA. These 6. articles point out persons or things belong to any one, as is of God. Ps. LXI, 11. is this image. faith. IX, NA. Mark XII, which niAMAgi (|)A ^ OF, the power 9A WM TP TAl glKO)N, of whom 16. NA TKoyi THCTic, of little Luke XII, 28. TTA neqiarr. of his father. Luke 26. -When used with the name of a person, (|)A signifies the son of, as <|)A wAl ; the son of Eli. Luke III, 23. CHAP. IV. Of Nouns. 1. fore it, lions; An Egyptian noun or other particle, as nip AN, the name; article is prefixed to the generally takes an article be- oypumi, a man-, gANMoyMi, when the Nt<)HTTt, the clouds; but adjective or the substantive, the other takes the prefix N, as oyNiaj-f Ngo'f, Copt.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.65 of 5 – based on 35 votes