See also: RDJ

EgyptianEdit

PronunciationEdit

VerbEdit

rdi

 anom.

  1. (transitive) to give
  2. (transitive) to put, to set, to place (+ ḥr: to assign to do; + m or + r: to appoint as)
  3. (catenative, with a verb in the subjunctive) to cause, make, let, allow
    • c. 1900 BCE, The Instructions of Kagemni (pPrisse/pBN 183) lines 2.3–2.4:
      r
      a
      inTAt
      A1
      nistA2nAiif
      n
      X
      r
      dwA17AA1
      Z2
      mxt
      x t
      D54a
      r
      qarqA2fz
      x
      rY1r
      T
      A1 B1
      Z2
      bM17t
      W10
      bHA2sn
      Z2
      miiit
      D54
      HrZ1r
      f
      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.

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Alternative formsEdit

By Middle Egyptian times, this verb had most likely become rdj, although sometimes written identically to its older form.

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