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EgyptianEdit

Etymology 1Edit

NounEdit

 
 

k3, masculine

  1. ka (Something like "life-force"; the part of the soul which the living have and the dead do not)
    1. personality, essence
  2. goodwill - especially of the king
Usage notesEdit

There are the following alternative hieroglyphic writings:

   
 
     
k3 k3 k3
InflectionEdit
Declension
sing. k3
dual k3wj
plural k3w

Etymology 2Edit

From k3j (to say).

ParticleEdit

     

k3, proclitic

  1. so, then, as a result
Usage notesEdit

This particle is mostle used with the subjunctive to indicate future consequences. It is neutral in tone - it neither indicates inevitability (ḫr) or optativity (jḫ).

There are the following alternative hieroglyphic writings:

   
k3

Etymology 3Edit

NounEdit

 
 

k3, masculine

  1. bull
Usage notesEdit

There are the following alternative hieroglyphic writings:

   
 
   
 
k3 k3 k3
InflectionEdit
Declension
sing. k3
dual k3wj
plural k3w

NounEdit

E176

(bull bound up)

k3, masculine

  1. bull as sacrificial victim
Declension
sing. k3
dual k3wj
plural k3w

ReferencesEdit

Allen, Middle Egyptian
Faulkner, A Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian