ϯ U+03EF, ϯ
COPTIC SMALL LETTER DEI
Ϯ
[U+03EE]
Greek and Coptic ϰ
[U+03F0]

TranslingualEdit

LetterEdit

ϯ (upper case Ϯ)

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CopticEdit

Etymology 1Edit

Glyph originEdit

From demotic  , in origin a ligature of hieroglyphic
D37
t
.

LetterEdit

ϯ (ti) (lower case, upper case Ϯ)

  1. The lower case letter ti (ϯ), the 31st and last letter of the Coptic alphabet.

NounEdit

ϯ (tim

  1. ti; the name for the letter Ϯ, ϯ in the Coptic language.

Etymology 2Edit

From Demotic ty, from Egyptian
r
D37
(rdj), from earlier
rdi
(rḏj).

PronunciationEdit

  • IPA(key): (Old Bohairic) /tʼiːʔ/
  • IPA(key): (Greco-Bohairic) /ti/

VerbEdit

ϯ (ti) (nominal state ϯ-, pronominal state ⲧⲏⲓ⸗ or ⲧⲁⲁ⸗ or ⲧⲁ⸗ or ⲧⲉⲉ⸗ or ⲧⲉⲉⲧ⸗, stative ⲧⲟ or ⲧⲟⲓ)

  1. (Sahidic, Bohairic, Fayyumic, Akhmimic, Lycopolitan) to give
    Antonym: ϭⲓ (ci)
ConjugationEdit
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