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  1. character, disposition [since the Middle Kingdom]
    • c. 1900 BCE, The Instructions of Kagemni (pPrisse/pBN 183) lines 2.3–2.4:
       
       
          
       
                
       
       
       
          
       
        
         
        
       
           
       
         
       
         
       
         
       
          
       
          
       
         
       
      rdj.jn ṯꜣt(j) njs.t(w) nꜣy.f n(j) ẖrdw m ḫt ꜥrq.f sḫr r(m)ṯw bj(ꜣ)t.sn m jjt ḥr.f
      So the vizier let his children be summoned after he understood the conduct of people, their character being what had come upon him.
  2. mood
  3. a good attribute of a person for which he or she is well-liked

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