Last modified on 24 September 2013, at 17:50
See also: SNT

EgyptianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Feminine form of sn (brother), related to snw (two)

NounEdit

sn n
t
B1

feminine

  1. sister
  2. wife
InflectionEdit
Declension
sing. snt
dual sntwj
plural snwt

Etymology 2Edit

NounEdit

sn t
Z1

feminine

  1. flagpole
InflectionEdit
Declension
sing. snt
dual sntwj
plural snwt

NounEdit

s sn n
t O39

feminine

  1. plinth
InflectionEdit
Declension
sing. snt
dual sntwj
plural snwt

Etymology 3Edit

z
n
t
N24

NounEdit

z
n
t
N24

feminine

  1. senet, a board game
InflectionEdit
Declension
sing. snt
dual sntwj
plural snwt

ReferencesEdit

Faulkner, A Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian

FinnishEdit

AbbreviationEdit

snt

  1. sentti (cent, one hundredth of euro)