ṯꜣw

See also: tꜣw

EgyptianEdit

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NounEdit

TAww

 m

  1. a wind
    • c. 1950 B.C.E., outer coffin of Amenemhat (Cairo 28092, B10Cc), Coffin Texts Spell 62, I269e–I269i:[1]
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      n
      k
      q
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      Z2
      mxxAAw
      Z2
      wAAHskY2
      n
      HrZ1
      wAAt
      N31
      k
      q
      U2
      AT14Y2
      n
      k
      a
      m&a AtT14k
      r
      s
      xAZ1pwx
      r
      A15
      Hr Ba15s Z1 Ba15as
      Ba15s x Ba15as
      r
      xrwwA2TAwws
      jwt n.k qbḥw m ḫꜣw wꜣḥ.n ḥr wꜣt.k qmꜣ n.k ꜥmꜥꜣt.k r.s ḫꜣ pw ḫr ḥr [ḫ]rw ṯꜣw.s
      Waterfowl will come to you in thousands and settle on your path. When you throw your throwstick at them, there’ll be a thousand fallen at the sound of its wind.
  2. a breath (an exhalation of air)

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DescendantsEdit

  • Bohairic Coptic: ⲑⲏⲟⲩ (thēou)
  • Sahidic Coptic: ⲧⲏⲩ (tēu)

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TAAwD51
D40

 3ae inf.

  1. (transitive) to steal [since the Middle Kingdom]
  2. (transitive) to rob (a person) of [since the Middle Kingdom]
  3. (transitive) to burgle away (from a house) [since the Middle Kingdom]

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ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ de Buck, Adriaan (1935) The Egyptian Coffin Texts I: Texts of Spells 1–75, Chicago: The University of Chicago Press, page I269