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Sing. Sahidic. Coptic. mine. (|)a>i TTO)l (j)0)K TTGDK thine, m. (J)0) no) no)q (j)0)C thine, f. /MA*. TTCQC her. 0wr. T70)N

KAMF stead of x, as in th In Sahidic and Bashmuric times used in Sahidic for i as ;, for TIMt. pronounced as is answers to letter sometimes used for F and is expedition in writing. t. of the Letters. MHTTOTF: is gHrEMOON, e. The pronunciation II. Chap. for It is used in Sahidic XAMF; Kpoyp for often exchanged for r, as in- xpoyp. rcoNr for TO)NK. 7\. in Bashmuric answers ponm; p in Coptic, as AAMFII for AIMI for pini. M. is N. also answers this letter . to pronounced as m in English. to n in English.

Pronounced as is answers to letter sometimes used for F and is expedition in writing. t. of the Letters. MHTTOTF: is gHrEMOON, e. The pronunciation II. Chap. for It is used in Sahidic XAMF; Kpoyp for often exchanged for r, as in- xpoyp. rcoNr for TO)NK. 7\. in Bashmuric answers ponm; p in Coptic, as AAMFII for AIMI for pini. M. is N. also answers this letter . to pronounced as m in English. to n in English. seldom found is in Egyptian words, but principally occurs in words derived from other languaIt is ges.

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