ḥtp-ḏj

EgyptianEdit

EtymologyEdit

ḥtp (offering) +‎ ḏj (perfective relative form of rḏj), thus ‘an offering that … gives’.

PronunciationEdit

PhraseEdit

Htpdi
  1. conventionally used in the offering formula to introduce the name of a god whose local funerary establishment provides funerary gift(s) for the deceased
    1. as the introduction to the offering formula as a whole [Pyramid Texts and Old Kingdom]
    2. following the term ḥtp-ḏj-nswt at the start of the offering formula [Pyramid Texts to Middle Kingdom and rarely in the 18th and 26th Dynasties]

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