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PREFACE TO THE SECOND EDITION


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The

following pages
all

contain a Hieroglyphic Voca-

bulary to

the texts of the Chapters of the


is

Theban
printed

Recension of the Book of the Dead which


in this
of the

Series (Vols.

XXVIII XXX), and

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supplementary Chapters of the Saite and Graecoperiod which are appended thereto.
revised,

Roman

The whole

work has been comprehensively


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and in the case


in 1897,

which the values given


was compiled, are now
to

when
in

the
care

first

edition

obsolete, special

has

been taken

place

them

in
to

the order
belong.

which they have since been proved

The
is

arrangement of the words and their various forms


usually alphabetical, and
it

is

hoped that the few exno


difficulty.

ceptions to this rule will cause the reader

very considerable number of words and forms have


to

been added

this

edition,
all

and

it

was necessary,

for

reasons of space, to omit

references.

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PREFACE.
feature of this edition of the Vocabulary
all
is

A new

the Index to

the English equivalents of Egyptian

words printed herein.


the requests of

This was prepared in answer to


the
first

many who had used

edition

of the Vocabulary.

For the care which Mr. Adolf Holzhausen has given


to the printing of this

work

my

sincere thanks are due.

E. A.

WALLIS BUDGE
i^

British Museum,
February
itk, 1911.

VOCABULARY.
A.
aata,
a
(?)

ministrant, celebrant^ a kind


of priest.

atit a
^
n

to bind^ tie together^ to

put

aar

under

restraint^ to coerce^

to persecute,

to

oppress.

au
ait

i^
o
I

to

make

a gift or offering,

to present.

bread-cakeS;

loaves

of

any

shape offered for funerary


oblations.

aut

offerings of
I

sacrifices
etc.

meat and drink, bread - cakes,

aut

^1

liglit,

radiance.

au
IV.

to

be long, length, the opposite of


Y.

usekh breadth,
1

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


to

extend; be extended,

^' 9'

extended

(i. e.,
^

lavish) hand,

j^^

2-\(^
f^

length of the
C2i

back,

extend-

ed of years,

^^|c^
;

V\

lono; of strides

com-

pare also ,r^ v^(^3)^i^,

au

f^\'

to

expand, to dilate
heart),
!

(of the

hence ^r^^'? (r^%>

i^y

gladness.

pleasure, delight.

au
)
\

fully,

exceedingly, to the utto

most,

the full extent.


of

Au-a
au

the

^'god

the

extended

arm".
children^ youths^ the youngs

unmarried men^ synonym


of sheriu
[
[

Y^

ausek
a bit

Q.

children.
stick;

symbol of high position and dignity.


staflf;

sceptre^

U^

an insect which brought the


deceased into the Hall ot

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


OsiriS; identified with the

praying mantis.

A variant

abu

m
j

gives

^^^'J'^^i)^^J

cessation *ju.t

^O ceaseIsland of

lessly, unremittingly.

Elephant-city.

The

Abu

Elephantine and the town

and

district of

Syene.

The

region of the First Cataract.


to shine.

maternal and paternal


cestors.

an-

'

Heb.

ni3^^.

^^^55^^

O^

a proper

name.

geese, ducks, water-fowl in

general,
of

and finally birds any and every kind

offered for sacrifices.

0<
i

fish offered at

funerary feasts,

to injure, to

harm.
heat,
blaze,
to

flame,

fire,

scorch, to burn, to shrivel up.

Var.

Am[m]u

%^n

the Fire City of the Other

World.
1*

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

amm

tj
t::^

to

grasp with the hand, to


hold in the
fist,

to seize,

take by violence, snatch


at,
fist,

grasp.

amu
ames
the

name
or

of

a sceptre, or

staff,

associated with

Am-

Menu, the god of generation and fertility.


su,

-PI!
Ani

A
a scribe

%v

"^ d Q vSi

and treasurer

of

holy offerings.

name.

ah

ra

to

be troubled, injured,
fering.

suf-

aha

evil,

injury, harm.

ra

Ahat

ra

an ancient goddess, who was


identified with Hathor,

ra

appeared

in

and the form of

a cow or a woman.

Ahit

^'\U

a goddess

who

supplied the

dead with food.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

Ahu
Ahui
ahu
ahet
(?)
(^^^^o

a god

who was connected


of a canal (?).

with offerings.

t\

^^=^
I I
I

the

name

-^
I

food,
!

bread-cakes, offerings

of all kinds.
fields, estates,

^\>

farm, cultivat-

S
akh

III

ed land.
to

bloom,
bloom.

to

blossom, flower,

akbakh
akhi

flowers of the sky,

i. e,,

stars.

m
O

reed

water - plant
flowers.

rushes,

marsh
the
first

akhet

season of the Egyp-

tian Year.
to enter, to penetrate.

akh aa

A
akhab
to give to drink.

Akhabiu

a class of divine beings, or


gods,

'

who were

associat-

ed with the Akeru-firods

akhetu

I,

^ ^

things,

objects,

food, bread-cakes.

Aseb

uu

the

name

of a Fire-god in

the Other World.

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


asbiu
j

sparks of
'

fire,

flames, fiery

spirits.

Aseb'herper-emkhetkhet

mr
a face of
fire

which advanced
alternately.

and retreated

askh
X, fl

']^
'^

to cut a crop,

to reap.

s;

a'

asta

-M

-^ -^ A o
A
111

to hasten, to hurry,

be swift

or rapid.
to

asta ab

hurry the heart,


at a hasty

to arrive

judgment.

astu

water in motion, a stream


or canal.

Ashu
Ashbu

name

of a god.

name
name
-^:^

of the

warder

of the

5th Arit.

As her

of a

city,

or temple

district,

or god.

roasted flesh of animals, or


birds, grilled meat, steaks,
I
I

ashert

^^

joints, etc.

'^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


akit
h
^

a cliamlber, or hut, or small


house.

Aker

a very ancient

name

of the

Earth-god.

Akeru
Sb:^

The two gods who guarded


and eastern ends of the tunnel through the earth which the Sungod passed through nightly. They were the ancestors of the Akhabiu
the western gods,

^^
and
also of

Akeriu

m
AAAAA/'

a group of earth-gods
' '

who

appeared
serpents.

in

the form of

aqa
1

r^^

dirt, filth,

what

is

filthy.

Aqetqet

one of a group of seven gods


or spirits associated with
Osiris.

Ak:ab

AAAAAA

the great celestial ocean and the god


it,

AAAAAA

who presided over


flood,
celestial

Akb

AAAAAA

C\

water,

AAA/W\

\1J.

Nile.

VOCABULARY TO THE TEIEBAN RECENSION

Akba

/^AAAAA

AAAAAA
/^^AAA^

the great celestial ocean and the god


it,

who presided over


flood,

AAAAAA
^AAAAA

water,

celestial

AAAAAA

Nile.

at
injury, assault, attack.

atu
at
a support of a god, a perch
for a bird, etc.
is

The word

also written with a wrons:

^
determinative

at

%^
O

the vertebrae, back, the middle of something,

at

not

at

l'

_^^ ^'^
"^

moment, a period
season.

of time,

^ r'^
Ati

^^

tt.4
w

The ninth nome of Lower Egypt its capital was Per;

Asar
atiu

(Busiris).

evil beings, fiends, enemies,

atutu
atep
1

a kind of wood.

a load, a burden, something


carried

D
/

on the head,

to

carry, to bear, to support.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


atef
^^c=^

-Lf

name

of

one of the princi-

atefu

'^

"^

%\ 1^

P^^ crowns of Osiris.

Atef'

_M^

^^:>^

ur
3f

a proper name.

^
"Tk
TJn

^^^^^^^

^^

^^ wounded, injured.

atau

_^

A t)^ ^^nr^

a ceremonial fe" ararment with

magical properties.

^tu

t^

crocodile,

or

water

lizard.

Ates her-mer
atet

(?)

'^ ^=^

<>

S^

S\

a proper name.

'^^=^^v, o

>^?

the

vertebrae,

back.

Also

written

A.

ThegodThotli^lJ. The
form
is

common
I,

iu

the

later period.

vSi

f\

P^i'sonal pronoun.
fl
I

me, my.

V^

praise, acclamation.

10

VOCABULARY TO THE THE BAN RECENSION


boat.

aa
aa

MT
"^
I
I I

standard, perch for a sacred


bird.

aaa

plants

flowers

growing

crops.
f?

aaau
aaat

t^

^ ^^
yi

he

of

the

two

feathers,

plumed

one.

-^
fi-

standard, perch for a sacred


bird.

aau
aaut

aged
age
,

one
old
;

old

man,
plur.

senior

aait

aged gods, divine old men.


to

aau

flM!
\

praise,

to

applaud,
to

to

ascribe

glory to,

ac-

claim, to rejoice.

aaiu

A
praise, praises, acclamations,

rejoicings, glorifyings.

^1


OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.
aaiu
h

11

praise, praises, acclamations,

aaut
aait
A
I

rejoicings, glorifyings.

'^
_x^

^
fl
I

"^
III

tombs, or funerary domains


nnrlp,r tVift o,Via,r,o-A of Dripsts. mider the charge priests,

fl
I

1^"^^^

sepulchres.

aaiti ^

pn
SH"^

'^

ms limi
see
nrz2

^"^^^

1)1

^^^

S^^^ ^^ho preside over the Aats; see

Chapter CL.

aamhet

$^

^s.'
a region in the Other

Aaru
1

^
-B^

World

Avhich formed a portion of

^
aarret
[

the abode of the blessed.

eyes

^111
milk.

(?).

aarret
(1

aaret

vine, vineyard.

Aahet
zi^i^aj;

n^

a god whose functions


undefined.

are

in ^.,...^^rDl

aakh

MS^S
f ^

light,

splendour,
rays,

radiance,

brilliance,

the

god

of light or splendour.

Aakhabit

^jqq

the

name

of a goddess.

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


the
I

name

of a

group of gods

or of deified human beings.

women who
aakebit

wail

and
hair,

pluck out their


professional

wailing

women

or

mourners.

aakebu

^W^\
f

"^^^iCiAi

groans, lamentations, mourn^ wailings. ing Another


,

form

is

H^:3:^

Wx^SA'-

aaqet

flowers, grass, herbs.

o
Aaqetqet
f

^^He

who

revolves",

name

O
f|

of a god.

aat

1K^1<

dignity, rank, grade of hon-

our, position, preferment.

aaat
a

things possessing a bad or

rt5i

strong smell.

aat

an

article of dress,

part of

a girdle

(?).

aat

the vertebrae, back.

aat

to split,

to

cleave asunder,

to break.

aat

-X

standard,

perch,

pedestal.


OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

13

Aatenth
Yp-uat
'

V^^S^N ^
'

^'St^andard

of

Ap-

uat",

name

of the

lower deck of the magical boat.

^at
fl

domain god
,

of a god,

tomb

of a

funerary
[

district

plur.

The
^^^^
111

kingdom

of Osiris contain:

ed 14 Aats
1

^ sD

^^.

6.

mill

11.

^^ni

IIIlD
2. 7.

"

ill

^
D
1

12.

^nii
n
n

3.

8.

Mil
"
1
1 1

^
D

13.

4.

9.

Mill "
1 1
1

14.

5.

10.
^^^^^=^

aaf

Amentet

^ ^^

the funerary domain of the

West (Amentet).
aat

khu

^^^=^^

the

Aat

of blessed souls,

aat en

^^=^^=^

^^^^^^^ AAAAAA

the Aat of

fire.

aati
1

The two
of

Aats,

i.

e.,

the Aat
of of

Horus and the Aat Set, or the two Aats


Osiris.

Aat-urt

1^:=^

^^^

the

god

of the

Great Aat.

14

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


1^=^=^

Aat ent Kher-aha

m
<:z:z>

^ n ^
of

Q^
^

The Aat
h^

the ancient

Kher-aha,

i. 6.,

Egyptian

city

which stood

near Old Cairo (Fustat).

aatu
aati
f

praise, praisings, adorations.

slaughter houses,
;

aatu

^^
I I I

cr"Z]
I I

chambers of tortures places where the enemies of Ra and Osiris were punished.
male or female, youth,
rush of water.

aat

child,

aateb
aatet

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

flood, storm,

^
net for snaring birds or
fish,

^ n

the net in which the


I

Enemy

H
aatet
aatti
1
AAAAAA

snared souls.

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

rain - storm,

dew, moisture,

oppression, injury, oppressor.

aa

l\^ AAAAAA

^^1

to

wash, to cleanse, puriiy,


>

AAAAAA AAAAAA

AAAAAA

^
I

to

wash the

" J AAAAAA hear.t, i.e., to

cleanse

the heart

by taking ven-

geance.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


(1

15

aau
^
I

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

a washing, a cleansing.
\_>
/'

tf

aa
II

N
I

AAAAAA AA/V\AA AAAAAA

^^^
-*-*-

a sinful

act.
AAAAAA
I

^%^
I I

JfV

AAA/V\A

^^

to sin against the god.

aaau

apes, incarnations of the spirits

that praised the rising

sun.

aab

to

come towards,
to present

to

meet,

an offering, one

opposite, an offering.

aab
an offering, oblation,
cereof

aabet

monial

gift,

vessel

offerings.

aab

AAAAAA

LJ
o

AAA.\AA

an offering of a
praise,

libation.

AAAAAA

aanu

adoration,
;

AYords of
[

glorification

plur.

AAAAAA

aar
serpent, snake, cobra.

The

aart

Greek
uraeus.

form

is

oupafoc,

aartu

aarat

snake a'oddess

plur.

[1

cii

\i

16
aarti

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


\
the

Two Snake -goddesses,


e.,

\\

1.

Isis

and Nephtliys

the

Four Snake-goddesses

aartu

ankh

JMlf^l
f

the
j '

'

'living

nraei"

which
of

Uved on the cornice


the shrine of Osiris.

aah aahu lah^


aah

f|

r\

%\

the moon.

the Moon-god, in later times


called

Khensu

aatu

exit

khert
a

a\

name

of a part of the

($.

magical boat (Chap. XCIX).

au
a

(3

li

praises, rejoicmgs.

au au
1

M=^^l^
e

old man.

used in later times for <=:> er


from,
to, into, for, at, in, etc.

au

^^
I

to

be,

to

exist;
art,

l^^
he
is
;

am,

^^zz:^

thou

is,

we
I i
I

are,

x> ^' she

as

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


an auxiliary
passim.

17

[1

V>

etc.,

and see

au

,^^ t^ ^Pi3
^*^C-^

to

be shipwrecked,

%\ UnA

^^^^

shipwrecked man.

^
aui
auit

offence, sin, crime, iniquity,


I

wickedness, defect, breach


of the

Law.

evil,

harm, injury, defects,

deceit, to

commit wicked-

aut

ness, or sin.

au
to

speak,

cry

out,

utter

words.

au

to

conceive a child, be pregnant.

aua
\

ox

(of

the Earth-god Seb).

auai
I3~Z1

roof of a buildino:.

auau

dogs, jackals.

Au "''<\\\
IV.

a proper name.

18

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


the living body.

aua

flesh

and bone, joint of meat, hauneli of an animal, carcase.

auau
aua
auaa

fe^T
^
D

to

be flesh and bone of

some
I

one, to be the heir,

S;^
i i

inheritance, the divine

auau auau

1:^

Heir.

lieir

yi

heirship, inheritance.

auau

^
people
(^

heirs,

kinsfolk,

of

one's

own

flesh

and blood.
those

auiu

M'l

who

lacerate

or cut.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


[j

19

to couceive, conception,

preg-

nant.

auurt

'^^;^\>^>/\

a pregnant goddess.

^\^'^i}"^
^_
^
}

lie"--

flesh, limbs,

members.

III

'

ankh

a proper name.

aumes
aun
Q
AAAAAA
I I

false or deceitful speech, ex-

aggeration in speech,
colour, skin, hair.
I

lies.

certainly, assuredly.
AA/W\A,
,

11

11^

a garment, clothed, dressed.

Aurau-aaqer-sa-anqrebathi ^i;^ V^_^:^

A
auhet

^w
ra

^ i-^'i^] m^
to utter

p^^'p'^^ ^'^"^'-

^\

words.
2*

20

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


ra
^-r-^

auhet

I ^

name
to

of

a srod

or

divine

being.

auh

%^

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

be submerged, sprinkled.
steeped
in something.

AAAAAA

aukhem "
aukhemu

f]

^^^

^X^'^^

^ group of gods, stars.


I

urtu

^^-M
(?)

.,-JU. ^

stars
rest.

which never

aukhemu seku

^VM.^PITI
Q
1

circumset.

polar stars wliich never

aukhemu Pen-heseb

^^f\V^ ^ rn H
.-.IX

D
I
I
I

AAAAAA

stars of the

god Pen-h^seb

aukhekh j]"^^ \;=^


night, evening, darkness.

scales, balance.

Auker
Aukert

C^^
the
r^-^^

s
ffi

name

of the

Other World

of Heliopolis (Annu).

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

21

Au^eru
J

tk

ffi

the gods of the Heliopolitan J)

Other World.
the eroddess of Aukert.

A ukert'kh en tetast-s

name

of

one of the seven

sacred cows.

to travel.

au-ten

AAA/VAA
i I
I

ye

are.

au'then

f
I

AAAAAA
-jj.

III
I I I

a
ab

fiends, enemies, foes.

desire, wish,

ab
I

pegs, stakes,
i
I

ab

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

thirst,

AAAAAA

ab

AAAAAA r
AAAAAA
C.

thirsty

man.

22

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


TTs
11

Ab
ab

=
""^^^

Abtu T
J

Elephantine.

7[<

=
.A.

T^

V ^"^^
Si

n^nie of a

fish.

ab

.A.

n^-r^-^

TJ

e w

'TJ

left

side.

tJ
ab

cessation.

ab

O
'

O' p
'

the

physical
;

heart,
plur.

will,

wish,
"C^

love, desire

-<?uCS>-

to

judge

hastily.

to

do as one pleases.

''great of heart", bold, brave,

arrogant, boastful.
O"

^
I:

of joyful heart.

^
tiia

to eat the heart,

i.

e.,

to lose

the temper, be sorry.


valiant,

be brave.
I

oc^

to

fill

the heart, to satisfy,


satisfied.

be

within.
I

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

23

O
I I

with

heart's desire.

O' with

prompting of the heart, desire.


the amulet of the carnelian
heart.

AAAAAA
I

<=>

LJ

O
III

aba

1^

heart-souL

abu abu

drink.

the desired one.

a proper name.

abu

to cease,

cessation.

^bui
abi

left

side.

panther or leoj)ard skin.

abit

the praying mantis.

abet

y-1? O

a kind of unguent.

abhu

tooth. Plur.

ui^

24

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

abekh 4
I

fl

^ /^ e ^^^

to penetrate, to

make

way

through.

abku
abt

f]

^^^^
(2

grief,

to grieve, to

weep.

'0'

middle

hall,

or chamber, of

a house.

abt

coffer.

abt
AAAAAA A/VV'VNA AAAAAA

thirst.

abt

left

fj

hand

side, the east.

^7

Si

abt
abti

^
tJ;vi
fJ
Tfs

east wind.

T
eastern country, or region,
tt^

Ts:F=q
;

fj: tJ ^
III

eastern sky, east of heaven o wD ^

-^

fJ

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


abti

25

r\y\y)

abtet
(abti)

.A.

n '^ f]^

^ ^
.A.

east,
.A.

eastern

country,

or

^^

.A.

"^

region.

fj
abtet
goddess of the
east.

tJ
abtiu

gods

of

the

east,

eastern

deities.
III

abt

net.

abtu

slaughter, slaughterings,

Abt Abt

^
fJ e
(T

e
BE

the

nome

of

Abydos.

the city of Abydos.

Abtu

fJ fJ

the city of Abydos.


(2

26

VOCABULARY TO THE TIIEBAN RECENSION

Abtu
abet

U
:k

{^=^

the city god of Abydos.

the

month

of
;

thirty

days,

^ O
^:5:;^

plur.

^ oi

the monthly
^

i<

festival, plur.

J^

the second
II

month

of the sea-

^ o
L_
.J

son Pert, the last day of

the second
season.

month

of this

II

o
abt

<^
<&<
D

abtu

which swam before the Boat of Ra its companion was the


mythological
fish
;

ant

fish.

ap

to

count up, to reckon, to


consider,

a reckoning, a

counting.
er of years,

D
D
w

reckoncounter.

r-^-^
I

numbered, counted,

appet

An Dl

reckoning, account.

ap

to judge,

to

be judged,

to

decree, be decreed, judg-

ment.
great judgment.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

27

ap

nn^
^
judge of dooms.

a
A
1

do

~l~l

^
'

judged,
[j

judge.

ap
apu

V V
D D X

to judge, to dispute or

argue

with someone, to award,

^A

be awarded,

to

bring a
tid-

message, to announce
msrs.

V.

of

D X words ords

Ii'Y^, or affairs,

aj^dge

aK

dp madt righteous judge.


decree,
of

judgment^ sentence

doom.
sentence of death.

to

open.
v^

X/ open

V ^

X,

opened.

the

ceremony

of

^'opening

the mouth".

28

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Ap'Uat
Ap-uati

Ap-uatu

V%2 D X^ i V _ V^
I

'Opener

of

the

roads",

name

of a wolf-god
to

who

was supposed
which lead

conduct

the deceased over the roads


to the

Sekhet

Sn:^

Aaru, or Elysian Fields.

D Ul

-a'

Ap-uat was a companion


of

the jackal-god

Anpn,
some-

with

whom
-

he

is

times confounded.

Ap'Uat meht sekhem pet

D ^

The
god

Ap-nat of the north as guide


to the

roads of heaven.

Ap-uat resu sekhem taui X/

t=
name

The
god

Ap-uat of the south as guide


to the

roads of earth.
of a

Ap-ur
ap her

V V^
D X
I

D/fe:^!]

''great opener",

god.
except.

\/ ^
D

_^;^

except
thyself.

^^f

Apu

city,

the Panopolis of the

Greeks, the
the Arabs.

Akhmim

of

apu

HVAl
apiu

these

who

dwell

in.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

29

'""

Y^^ui V
u.\\-\
\/
D JI X

openers, those

who make a

way.
messenger, envoy, ambassa-

aputi

A
two envoys,

Jl w

A
judges.

appiu

\/
D D D
f\

apen

(see

) these.

1
I

'

[)
III
1

AAAAAA

AAAAAA-^

-.L
J

.-r^

these gods
I I

who

dwell
title

in.

Apsi
apt
h

name

or

a god.

D ^
(2

cm

sacred chamber of a temple,


private

apartments

of

house, sacred or profane

apt
apt ast

f)

^
""

stick, staff,

sceptre.

l\^

name

of a portion of

Eastern

ra MA
apt

Thebes, Karnak

(?).

X
X

VX
message, envoy.
messengers.

V
apt

ID ^

-^

30 apt

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^

VX ^
\/ ^^
AAAAAA '^
A A/

brow, forehead, top of

tlie

head

(?).

the hottest part of the

fire,

top, surface (?) of the waters,

brow

of the

god Qalm.

^
aptu
G

these.

apten

fj

D
AAA/W\

Ap-shat-taui \/

DX ^
4 ?
I

S\

name

of Osiris,

flesh,

limbs, members,

<^

III'

a#
aftu

to rest, to sit

down.

four.

aftet

<Cb

'

'
.

afti

flJ

a kind of cloth or garment.

w
in,

am

into,

inside,

am
aixj

(?)

a standard.

a boat.

an2

to arrive in safety.

OL"

THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


flax,

31

am
IS

a kiud of cloth.

am

not,

do not.

am
to eat, to

consume, swallow

amu
ami

np, devour.

:i

eating",

eater; plur.

n[-\\

amti

^ ^
>^

eater.

W
\

am
baiu

W ^

^%^

eater of heart-souls.

am
besku

''Eater of Livers", or
intestines.

am
sahu
am.

mummies

ZZ:
""^^^

snef
am.

''Eater of Blood'^

one of

"

the
in

Forty-two Judges
the Hall of Osiris.

to eat, to

consume.

(un)

am

A A
yi

bread-cakes, food.
AA.AAAA

>9

kTA AAAAAA

drink.

C_l'

AAAAAA

32

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


h
r^ AAAAAA
<.A
\\

Am-hauat-ent- ^ ^ pehui-f

i\.^-\t:-^\ ^
III

^'Eater

of

the

offal

of

his

body"; the name


Arit.

of the

doorkeeper of the Third

^3)
I I

food, something
for food.

fit

or used

am

in,

among, with, through,

upon, by, around, there,


therein.
(1

v\

^^.^^ in it

amt

(or him),

O^P
of.

in

it

(or

her),

l\j^^^

by

the back
in.

am,

amt
ami

MA

dweller

he

who

is

in,

dweller

in

^
III-

1
-I
U
I

those

who

are

in.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

33

am-a
J
^-^-^!rNi>

title

of

a priest or miu-

am
as^Ka ast-a
U
il

istrant.

am-uhet(?)n^ u ^ nebta
Tchesert

''he

who

is

in the embalni,

ment chamber Lord Ta- tchesert", a title


Anubis,
sician

of of

the

divine phy-

and embalmer.
or
at,

ami- at

one

in,

the supreme

moment.
he

ami ab
[]

JL

K O
^^

who

is

in

the

heart.

AAAAAA

he who
i,

is

in his disk,

fTH
ami-uaa-

/V\AAA/.

e.,

Ra.

o
UnJ ^_
I

S\

he who is in
his
i.
e.,

Boat,

Ra.
i.

ami

mu
II

y^

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

he who

is

in the water,

e.,

Sebek.

ami unn "^-^0 JLK^^ ___ ^^^2^1^^ ^ ^^ ^^^ It" V \ A/AAAA J


''^-i*
f

^^

^^ ^^^

hour.

Ami-mehen

m^zi^-i
Jl
[]

he who
his
f

is

in

Meben
i.e..

ami-mehenUf

K^^^f^K__ J
1

serpent,

Ra, or Af
U

tl

AAAAAA

IV.

34

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

ami-ha-f ^(|-j]-^ra
\\

ra

he who

is

in his

time, or place.

l^ii^rai^^li
he who
is

in his fiery
i,

serpent,

e,,

Ra.

^ he who O
am-khet
ami-khet
ami'Suht

is

in his fiery disk.

JL

"""""^
I

T^

he who

is

in the following of.

A
o O

^i^Plll!!
o
w c3i=]
C)

he who
egg,

is
i. e.,

in his

am-suht
ami-mernesert
(?)

Ra.

s
fl

n n
^^^~^
fl
I

he who
Lake,

is

in his fiery

l'*'*

i, e.,

Ra.
in
e.,

ami-kara- ^

JL

"rk^^

U
<=:^

he who

is
i.

his

u.^^

''^^=

I)

shrine,

Ra

or Osiris.

amitchetta

w '^-^^

he who dwelleth

in eternity.

amiuaat-sen

n U

% .^ Jr ^ s
Kill

^^=^

;;;;;:;;;:

J il

the gods in their

domains.

amiu Abtu

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


h

35
ill

amiu-An "

AXt\ HT^ J?
|

%\l lll^l^i *^ S^^^


I

Anu

(He-

111

ill

liopolis).

amiu-ah-ur_f]_

W '=^''^5 ^ 1r,i^!"-^<=:>il

those

in

the

Great

Field.
I

amiu-aaui

those in the hands,

amiu'bah

f
j

the gods
in

who

are

the presence.

amiu'beka

ki^Wl

5S
'
'

those

who
a
state.

are in

weak

amiu em-bah

the gods

who

are

in the presence.

amiu'hrusen

ra T^^/vsAAAA those
I

who are

in

'

'

'

their days.

amiuj

^
AAAAAA

those

who

dwell in

Nekhen
amiu
Kher-neter

'

Nekhen.
those

H
f]

^
^
^
^-^^^^

who

are in the

Other World.
those

amiu Netet

who
those

dwell in the

city of Netet.

amiu khet

fljl

H\"'tk

S\

who

are in

the

following

amiukhutij\[\\K

tk

(<>]

those
I I
I

who

are in the
3*

two horizons.

36

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

amiu sah

"^i'kW'zmi'A
*"^SvX,
!

those

who are in their mumwho


are

mied forms.
amiu-sutthose

sen

in their hair,

amiu
sehu-sen

04
f|

those
I
Jl
I'
'

who are

'^

in their halls.

amiU'Shems

^'^

tk

those

who are in

the followins*

amiU'karasen
amiu-ta

JL K

f
'

those

who

are

"

'

'

in their shrines.

those

who

are in the

earth.

amtu amth

among, between

Chap. CIV.

1,

amith

amithu
CIV.
1.

amt

H
is

^"^
AAAAAA

i
nr-j.

*^r^^Sr<>

am

ab

what

in the heart, thought?

prayer ?

am khent

title

of a priest.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

37

ama

am am
amakh
h
'

^
^

-^
I

^ ^
I

serf,

servant, one

who
is

ven-

erates another, or
erated,

ven-

a beatified being.

amakhi

'1:-U

par tic. masc.


partic.fem.
;

plur.

/wl

i,

^ /^
o'\

I.

A
f] fl

late

form

is

o\ o\

amu
amu

f\

divine beings.

Ml
1

trees, plants.

am

flames,

fire,

^i^^l

gods of

fire.

colour, pigment,

a proper name.

38

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


n

\\

ami

R
U

\\

shrine,

chamber.
ii"^arnations

amuhettujl^ ^ SMl
_B^ IT)
\V^
f]
III

^
t^

\
{

^P^'
of

the spirits

of

amihettut
|]

_[L

ra

^^

the dawn.
j

amuti

^^ ^
S.

image, figure.

amem
amem

palm-tree.

j\

^__

K
|.

(^

* putrefy.

amem

^__

n[

skin, hide.

amma

[]\\

\\^
'

SJ^:s^J^i^

O^ ^
i

,!^i3r^ ,l;i5r^

'^'"^l
I I
1

^'^^*' ^^^^' ^* there be, prithee,

give I pray,
I pray,
[I
1

(1
I

-^^ open
" AA/V\AA.

v^

^czzz aaaaaa
^=j

IZH
I

/VAAAAA

III

give water and

air,

v\
thy

^
let

__D

give

me
'

pass,

[1

\\ \\
e.,

^
thy
aiMi22u
fl

give
face.

(i.

incline)

^__

K,^

%S

sams, beams, rays of

light, splen-

dour

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD,


a
atnnii
boats.

39

ammehet

\\

a portion

of

the

Other

World
those

of Seker.

amm
kehu

^^^i\i}
1

who

are in a state

of weakness,

Amen

a god of generation and conception,

who symbolized

the invisible creative forces


of Nature.
q>
1

AAAAAA

ii

Um

^^Amen which
art in heaven'
^^
'

C=^

J^^

=> F=^

5=1
/VAAAAA \-i

^
A
^
AAAAAA
4

Amen the
prolific

Bull".

Amen-nathk'
ruthi-Aznen

fl^iriS'iiwi!
Sudani form of Amen.
^^

Amen-nau-anka-entek-Sharu

A i^^^^

'wvaaa

...

AAAAAA

Mil

HI

A
Ameno
1

Sudani form of Amen.


great

the

god

of

Thebes,

Ra

AAAAAA

chief element in the triad

Amen-Ra, Mut and Khensu.

aiT!"?fi ^^1
I

'*Amen-Ra, Lord of the

throne of the

Two

Lands".

40

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


1

1 T

'King i^r'^ioii ;w^^ 1^1 ^ of the ^ ^ "imii"'^' ^S;^


V
H AAAAAA
X!i
I

South and North, Amen-Ra,


king of the gods".

Amen-Ra Heru-khuti
1

Amen-Ra HarAAAAAA
I

_llll\^

\_1

machis.
the two

Amen
ruti

Amen and

hon-

gods Shu and Tefnut.

amen
I

a
AAAAA/
f\

to hide,

be hidden, hidden

one
fl

something
Y\
I

hidden.

.mini
AAAAAA
AAAAAA

o
I

those
Lpi^

who
[

hide,
AAAAAA

(1

AA/wvv

hider,

^
amenu-a
'
I I

secrecy, in secret,

hidden gods,
those whose arms are hidden.

he whose name
AAA/VNA

SI

is

hidden.

those whose bodies are hidI

AAAAAA /^ \

den.

jumx^
C3s:
AAAAAA U
j

those whose

mysteries

are

hidden.
^^^^
I I

amenhi u

n
1

l^^^
AAAAAA

^ All \\\ J
(j

divine butchers,

or

"i!!

gods of slaughter.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD,

41

Amenhetep

LU^ ^^

a proper name.

^ D
^
iO^
^2i

Ament
Amenti
Amentet

the ^^hidden" place, or land, the West, the abode of de-

\>

Kl^

i^

parted
the

spirits,

the

name
of

of

first

division

the

Other World.
or the

A
is

late

form
C^:^:^.

name

the ''beautiful Amentet".

Ament

^
AAAA/VS r^"^^-^
1

hidden
(I
1

place

plur,
;

\/V\A/V\

amentiu

^
^
I

divine

beings

who

live in

Amenti, or

the West;
I

|"^
deified,

III

Amenti

^^^

the god-

dess of the West,


or Amenti.
CVy]

amenti
the west wind,

42

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


l\

amsi

a god of generation,
fecundity, etc.

fertility,

Probably

a form of

Menu "^^

Amseth

^^~i

one of the four sons of Horus.

The reading appears to be a mistake made by the


Egyptians
I

in

reading
instead

r^ Ni

^'^s^^h

of Akesth,

See Kestha.

amt
amt

chamber, house, abode.

possessions, goods of a house.

amt

the title-deeds of a house or

property.

amt
amt amt
^"^

tree

(?),

or tent, camp.

%^^>
I

radiance,

splendour.

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

what

is

in the waters.
etc.

AAAAAA

W5k
Amt-tehen-f
amtiu
I

a proper name.
ra

1^^^^^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

43
in-

an

mark

of

emphasis or
,

terrogation

used

some-

times as a preposition, be-

hold!

lo!

cf.

t]

()^fj
AAAA/NA
i

AAAAAA
fl
I

^ O

AAAAAA

iCi

M^
^Ci

an kert

l\

S
^=i

lo

moreover,

AAAAAA

an

(22)
AAAAAA
AAA/VNA

no, not,
tive. .<5>.

mark
>,

of the negaMv^

^ ^Jl

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

V8\

most
cannot

cer-

tainly

there

be

done.
<AAA

v\
L

VW^ I
iJL

am not.

an as
an abu
an urt an petra

si^

except, unless,

IP
ceaselessly.

unrestmg.

A/nAAAA

<^^^

^ i

-^^

unobserved.

an

maa
-<2>vwvna
[>

an maan-tu
-<2>^

unseen, invisible.

44

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

an maaj2~tu

-^
^^^^^^

-^'^'^^^'^^^
^^^^ j^^ ^
^

unseen, invisible.

an maatu an
an

mu
meh

^""^^
.

^^^^
AAAAAA

waterless.

^j^^^^ZZ
AAAAAA AAAAAA

^dipped
\

(?),

unwashcxzx^^

ed

(?).

Also

an meh-f *

,-A-^ '^'^^^

AAAAA/\
^
(^

AAAAAA AAAAAA
;

AAA/vsA [rnm ^

a22 jQifu

-^ t'S^

4^^

airless
I

ai2

netchnetchet ,^^
^-^^
AAAAAA

^
I

"i^
I

^ ^
^

^^^ ^^ ^^ discussed
or gainsaid.

2il

ai2 relrli

unknown.

aw rekhtu

anirheper^^
an sep an sma

^
"""^

never was,

^.

at

no time.

"-^ _^
AAAAAA

untold.

^
indestructible,

an
ai2

sei:

^_^
^^
AAAAAA

sef

\>

"

unsplit.
fl

an shenartu

^ ^
AAAAAA AAAAAA

"^
^^ V_

unturnable.

-2^&

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45

An

arut'f

^
An aarrut'f .^JU.

^
^^

cm]

the place where

nothing grows.

-^
An-erta-nef-bes-

f-khenti'heh-f

M-^7:m-i
name
of

one of the Seven

Spirits with Osiris.

An-heri-ertisa

name
god.

of

an

an

to bring, to bear, to carry. Q A/WWA Q AAAAAA to bring, J^ ^ J^ Q AAAAAA Q AAA/VNA


(| [|

bringing, j\^

^,

A'^^V
^^^^^^

brought,
those

)ii::i][iiii^
;

who bring

1\

^
anu
r\

something brought.
brought
in,

what

is

gifts,

increase.

antu

AAAAAA

Q,

r\

AAAAAA

offerings;
^ J^ peace-offerings.
(|

Ani

"

rfiM
M'i

name name

of a god.

An

of a god.

46

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


a proper name.
(^^^

^^" temt I {
anit

a dwelling, chamber, house.

I'jq^
On, Heliopolis.

anuk

Anu
I

arm
i22i2UiY

AAA/VAA

skin.

10

(2111
"^
I

ASt^y
j^
-/-^
\\

skin, hair,

plumage.

An- ate f- /

JJK__ ^^""^^

^'Bringer of his father",

a proper name.

An

a-

a
T\

A/^NA/vA
I

^'Bringer of his

arm"

the

name
Osiris.

of

one of the Fortyin the Hall of

two Judges

An-urt' emkheU uas

l-^ILvfl name
of the

?5
ma-

mast

in the

gical boat (Chap.

XCIX).

^nb

AAAAAA

Xoy
to dance, to rejoice.

aneb

^rjo

s
wall
;

plur.

AAAAAA

iCJ

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD,

47

aneb

irjo
f

mason.

anep

region, estate, ground.

s
The god Anubis, son
D
AAAAAA

Anp
f

of Set

Anpu

and Nephthys, jackal -god who


the dead,

embalmed
of

and guided the souls the blessed to the Other


2^

World.

Titles

r^fTll

\-\-M
''The pillar of his mother",
title

of

ministrant

or

priest.

^^ V\

(rV

'^
^^-[-j-^

skin, hide.

a kind of garment.

anenit

^AAAAA
A/VNAAA

a proper

name

An- rut' f ^^
Anrerut-f
\

^ ^
^

the god of the place where

nothing grows.
the

place

where

nothing

^-^=^

grows.

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VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(1

aner

stone.
omD

''Stone of Maat",
[ffllD

a proper

name.

aner

AAAAAA

\>
/VAAAAA

a proper name.

anhetet

ape.

AAAAAA

the two eye-brows.

anhU'tu

\\

^^
AAAAAA

X
-Jl

surrounded.

An-her

''Bearer of the sky"


cient

an an-

god
is

of

Upper Egypt
associated

who
with

often

P^|.
warder
of the

An-her

r\

AAAAAA

name
C\

of the

Sixth Arit.

An-hetep
anes
ansi
^

AAAAAA

one of the Forty-two gods


in the Hall of Osiris.

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

name
'

of

a cere-

(1
I

A.WWV
M

monial g-arment.
I I

(1
I

^^
I
1

AAAAAA

anset

AAAAAA

a goddess

(?).

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

49

aneq
\

AAAAAA

to bind, tie on, to fasten,

anqet
I

AAAAAA

to

embrace,

to surround.

1z]

^
name
of

anqet
AAAAAA
iZIi

a tool, or instru(?).

ment, '^clincher", rope

ant

AAAAAA <^5=<l

name

of a mythological fish

which swam before the


boat of Ra.

ant ant
antet,

AAAAAA

S^L^

name

of a solar boat.

a valley, especially a funerary


valley.
AAAAAA

anti
1

anti

pillars,

columns.

Anti

i.

r^^^-^

the hill-folk

who

lived in the

Eastern Desert of Ta-sti

o ^
,

or Nubia.

<e=<

o
antiu

X (2
I
I I

a hindrance, obstruction.

those

who have

nothing, the

destitute,

those

who
exist.

are

not, or

do not

antet
1
IV.

AAAAAA

to

go back,

50
antet

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


cord, fetter, chain.
AAAAAA

An-tebu

Af^ qgj^l
U
AAAAAA

"^

Ijcs
I

the

name

of a

god

anetch

to inchne, to

bow.

anetch her

+
f]

^
D

J]

''

to

incUne the head to a supphant, to turn the face


towards.

ar

to tie together,

^
if,
tl

now.
after,

ar sa

if

now

as for.

ar kert

;__^

ffi

if

moreover, however.

ar

-^:2>

to do, to

make,
to

to create, to

form,

fashion;

<=>,

aru
arit

^.s^
0(^

-cs:=^

doing

making.

creator;

^ ^^^^^^Ic^
make
ye;

made, wrought, ^s>-^lll

made;
h

"^^^

%>

things done.

II

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


arit
-cs>

51

O
t

to

work

the heart, to think.

to

make

or prepare a path

<ci

Z^

or road.
to

prepare food.

^
o

zi

7r

(?

to celebrate the

Haker

festi-

H^c

>000
to

val.

keep

festivals.

aJo
1

III

-f\

to

make

protection, to per-

form ceremonies for the protection of some one.


to

^
<3>W

work
sults,

for

successful

re-

^ D
to

to strive for peace.

perform
tion.

transforma-

^
I I

to

make, or write, or
a book.

recite,

<2>-in:
ariu

to

do into writing, to
a copy, to write.

make

^^-\
-<o>.

\\'^!\<\
I

>

doers,

makers, workers,

III

-<S>-

arm

-<S::^

1^^

Avorkmen fem.
;

M
4*

52
arit

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


work, something done.

actions,

deeds, labours,

11
11
ar,

things done or works, thin


to

be done.

an

-C2>-

-<S>- A

fl

used as an auxihary verb,


see

passim.
or
of

*'Maker

of

ari-Maat

-<2>U

truth,

righteousness",
Osiris,

title

Hathor,

and other gods.

Ari-em-ab-f

-^^
|

the

name

of

one of the

Forty-two

Judges

in

Ari-en-ab-f ^2>-t^
vAAAAA ^-=*

the Hall of Osiris.

Ari-nef'tchesef

-^^=^ ""^""^

"^

name

of a

plank or peg

in the magical boat.

Ari-entuten-em-meska-en-Mer-ur
AAAAAA

utebtu-en-Suti

."T-ArtiPu^Y
^ name
^\

of the leather

bands

in the

magical boat.

;_

a proper name.

Arisi

a proper name,
form, attribute, figure, image

aru

-<2>-

II

plur.[|<s>-'^]'

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

53
^^~~^

an

1T.(1

belonging to
I

^
i

their

name;
;

their seat

(""^"^^^^

their bull (var.

0*''^^);

^\' ()^ their length.


an
w
1
or belonging
to,
[
I

a person in

charge

of,

or attend-

ant upon something, watcher,

porter, guardian.

guardian of

my

flesh.

guardian,
the sky.

or

guardians,

of

keeping
around.

watch

about,

or

keepers of

my

mouth.

watching the limbs.


fl XX

ie

III

H^=>si^|Y?

keeping guar d over the neck.

54

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

PIW
\/ ooo
1

belons^ina: to tlie leathers.


I

guarding the earth

ari

aa

\\\\\\\\\

,m
1
'

porter,
iimmi

doorkeeper,
plur.
;

guardian

r
iiiiiim

iiiiimi

fumm

\^

iiiiiini

\^ ^ porter of the
I'

door of Amen-

Q^^

tet.

arivi

arrtu
1

[p* ^^ C-Z3I

warders of the Arits.


of the Scales.

ari makhait
I

warder
i

ari

hemit

1^1^-N.I
'
i

warder
i.

of the oar,

e.y

steersman.
of the cnlti-

ari

'""'"'"

misjm
JI
_yj

warder

vated lands.

aru khut
^_zi
ni
^. e.^

beings 01 light.

ari sapu.

keepers of the
records
,

or
of

books

doom.

4\i\ n\
ari sebkhet-f

keeper of his pylon,

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.


1

55
AAAAAA

ari

qeb en tneru en khet

'C
Lake
two
uraei.

A<^A^AA

35

keeper of the Bend of the


of Fire.

ararti

Aruhut
arp

a proper name.

Wine.

arpu
aref

i\r\

...

Chap.

CLXIX.

1.

an emphatic
with.

particle.

arm a
arek
art
I
1

'^

a particle.

to flow,
1^
AAAAAA

what

flows.

art
fl
'*'
1 1

Chapter LB.
<s>-=o=
1)

1.

artet

^111
-,
1

<2>l\

milk,

ah

l\

ra

calamity.

ahabu

^^%l\Kr

fe

gladness,

cries of joy.

:.

56

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^
f\

ahen

[U

"^^

a kind of wood.

AheM

(|ra(j(||

Ah
ah
ah

mm
(llc=;.^
ahu

rejoicings, cries of joy.

the Moon-god,

...

Book

of Breathings II.

22
off.

collar,

embrace, to ward

ah,

ahai

m
(S

ox plur.^i oxen,
;

I]

|(^ 5^,.

a sistrum bearer.

ahau
ahi

members.

Ml
i

the

name
;

of

one of the Fortyin the Hall of

two Judges
Osiris

ahu

proper name

ahu ahu
ahui

fields (?),

measuring cords,

^
i"^

wooden

tools or instruments.

i\h\

the two dhui gods

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD,

57

name

of a 2:od.

^^ ^ g A ahemu (?) ^ K
ahunnu
A R
AAAAAA C il

youth, child.

...

Chap. XCII. 13.

throat.

name

of Osiris.

!,

would
tell

that,

^
[j

me.

grain,

to speak.

1 w

J ^)
l\^\\
I

akhemu
akhekhu

urtu

class of stars.
i

t*li'
darkness, night.

H^t^F^
w

akhekhuij\^^^;=^^

Akhsesef

a proper name,

As

a proper name,

'\U

58

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


[
I

as

behold, to wit, namely,


AAAAAA

asu

p
n

intestines.

asu

O^j I

wmas. inds.

>

...

Chap.

CXXVIIB.

17.

^___^

tomb, sepulchre.

asu

recompense v\

\\=l

l^ w

return for, in place

of.

as

i\-^,
to pass forward, to advance.

A A
asu
asi

^\^
^-

to decay, to rot, destruction.

^^(|^
^^~7r~ [
tible.

decay,

2^

^^^

incorrup-

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

59

Asar

"P^

^ j^
'

O
-<3>-

the god Osiris, son of

-^CS:^'

Seb and Nut, husband of Isis, and father of


Horus. The deceased
is

usually

identified

Avith Osiris

Asar Anpu
Asar ankhti
Asar Unnefer

j^

~
^...^^

ed by his

and is name.

call-

Osiris- Anubis.

JJ-^T

Qgj^.g ^^^ Living One,

Osiris Un-Nefer.

Asar

Utetti
j]

'"'^^^

S\

Osiris the begetter.

Asar-ba-erpi

rj

-j^
D

A A

fi^

Osiris,

soul of the

'

divine Image.
Osiris,
'.miiiii

Asar-bati-erpit

rj

twin

soul of the

divine imas^e.

Asar Ptah neb ankh

J
Osiris-Ptah,

i
Lord
of Life.

Asar-em-pesuru

\\

V\

Osiris in Pe-

suru.

Asar em pest ent nut-f


Asar em Sehnen
d

\\

V\
AAAA/vA

D \;
cz^::^

T=X

R 8

AAA/W\

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VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


|]

Asar em Tenit Asar nub heh Asar neb ankh Asar neb

^=^>' A

^
[]

|)

li

r>mn\A/
j

ffl

Osiris, gold of eternity.

^__^

"""^

J
^

Osiris,

Lord

of Life.

er tcher

''f^^^^^^^
-U

^ *^=^^ <=^ ^

B^

Osiris,

Lord
of All.

to

the
i.

boundary,

e.,

Asar Netchesti

j]

W^J
^^3:=^

Osiris the Less.

Asar Henti Asar Heru

"?^

S\

Osiris of the
codiles.

two

cro-

Jl^<^^^

n^i
^f^
"^

S\

Osiris-Horus.

Asar Heru-khuti Tern ^^^^^ Asar her ab semt ^J^ @


Asar her shau-f
^^^^^

|J

'^^

1
'

Osiris-Har

'i^^^=^

machis.

JJ^O^

^ m
^

Osiris in the funerary

mountain.
Osiris on his sand.

rt

^ "^^
?
I

Asar

ic/2ei2f

A&fti

^^
W

'^^

Osiris, President of

rlTl^
II
1

11

1)

Abydos.
Osiris, Pre-

^sarifiieiifi

-?^^i^ ^

sident of

Amenti, or

^ o
r^-^^

the Other

World.

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61

Asar kbenti -^ /rl'^^ IN Amentia -D ^


I'
1

Osiris, President of

those
in
-<^2>::

who

dwell

the

Other

AA^^^

tJ^

World.

Asar khent Un

r]

As^ .tenfl Neferi,)


Asar kbenti nut-f
Asar kbenti nestu

J^^~^l
J

m ^'^
fjTk c.

j]

S tk

|]

Asar kbenti Ru-stau


Asar kbenti seh liemt

j]

m
m
'^~^^

<="
P

"^ t^ j^:^
"^

f]

j]

^Y).

As.rs.N.,

Xl^^l

Asar Sab

(or KTeb ?)

%. JJ

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VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Asar Sekri Asar


Taiti
J]

w
f*""=U)

Asar tua
Asar Tern ur Asar
Tekaiti
ji

\\

rl

^ 1k

"="
fl

5^

^^''""^^li
asi

beings like unto Osiris.

TT
^

who?, what?

q^
D

w
grief
(?),

asp

misery, wretched-

ness.

asfet
asfeti

^^1,A i\H
faults, sins, evil deeds,

sinners, evil ones.

asfetiu
=? {\

evil fiends, sinners,


ch

asentu
aser

AAAAAA
fl

cords, ropes.
(^
III

flp-^
OP

tamarisk

(?),

(1

<ii:>

j^

plants, herbs, grass.

-Aserf

name

of a city.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


I\

63
of

asha

linen,

some kind

woven

stuff.

Ases
a city in the seventh Aat.

Asest
ases
to

rope

in,

to bind.

asstu

a rope.
H
'

WW
those
.

i
I

! I

^^^^^^^
' '
'

whose heads

are tied,

ask
ist.istu

OP
(j[l=.,(jp=^

behold, lo

behold.

asth
(IP

Ast
the goddess
Isis.

ast

seat, place, habitation, abode.

^1
shrine ;plur.
r
i,

^ ^

i'

n
iirz]\:ui

ast ah

place of the heart,

heart's

chosen place.
ast aaui
place of the two hands.

icT

64

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

ast urt

'^^^
^
^

great place,

i.

e.,

the sky.

astutchat
1

^
j

seat of the Utchat,

resting
of Ra.

place of the

Eye

ast

maat
^

the place where the

Law

is

'

administered.

ast hert

>

heaven.

everlasting abode.

ast Heqet

Her
ast hetep
J

^y

shrine of Heqet.
I
I

^
^ D
J

place of repose.

ast hetep ab

^
ast shetau en

O D
i

seat of rest of the heart.

Heru
A

the secret

abodes of Horus.

ast qebh

r\

^
"^

M
"^

place of cool water, bath.

ast taa

rl

place of

fire in

the Other

World.
ast tchesert
il

shrine, sanctuary, holy place,

cr-=]^

n
to tremble,

ast

IPI
I

make

to shake,

Asten

AAAAAA ^f

name

of a god.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


asteh
>to

65

beat down.

astheht

(?)(jn=|
s
n

Astes

(lp^^|,(|
k^bJ^
I

a god.

Astcheteit
J

f]

name

of a district.

ashat

^^ ^

knife, slaughter.

light, radiance.

ashpit

j\M^n
g

'

chamber, hut, house.

D
asAeseff]
see aqeset.

ashesh

H^
U
I

to

be carried away.

subsistence, oppression,

oppressor
I

(?).

ashta
^^^ef

11^

tree.

(j^^-^

persea tree, trees,


plants.

air
IV.

"^

injury.

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akebu

0"^%"^

^^^'^

akeb, alrebu

rj^"^^.^^^ O'^* ^'i H^ll J


"^
'

J^
H

lamentation,
wailing,
.

akebet

(]^=^J
akebit
[],__^
'^

weeping.

^^^^^^' "i^^'^^-

1 Q O

J)

'

AArenfaukha-

'^^^

kheru
Akenti
_^;fS2'

Iaaa/v^c^ej)

^'^ ^x jt^ the porter .^(!)_a Sixth


ra

o the

Arit.

A^l
A
^^

a proper name.

a city o the Ninth Aat.

fl

Aqen

"'-JT

name

of a god.

aqer

perfect, strong, complete, skilful;


n

plur.

.a

inn

/i

skilful

-if

i_ -_-i_. scribe.

a ffoddess.

the

name

of

one of the Seven Coavs.

aqhu

A , 8 .4

tk ^ ^^ A

to enter.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


aqeset
fl

67

who, what, where,

f\

^ n^

aqet

[j^^
h^^^^ D

wine, beer.

aqetu

^^j

builders,
tects.

masons, archi-

bad, wicked,

evil.

name

of a god.

akap
(]

g
S^wi
rain-storm, tempest.

al^ep

gods of the Other World.

the

Akertet

fv-/^

name World

of the
of

Other

Heliopolis.

Akert-khent-Aset-s
the

name

of one of the

Seven Cows.

a kind of garment, robe.

at

father
5*

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VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


[

at (for ant)
ati (for anti)

negation, no, none, not,

can-

not, without, impotence, plur.

o
atet

\\

l'

j^
not,

tilings

which are

evil

beins^s

without,
ati

destitute,

abjects.

akhem
uteb

W
\.

unquenchable.

ati

CI J
a^^
AAA/\AA

immutable.
painless.

ati

men

ati

maa

invisible,
blind.

not

seeing,

atu rekh
atu khesef

unknown.
irresistible.

,,^

atu asi
ati

incorruptible.

sek

undecaying.

PI
ati

shes

impassable.

at

(]^t^

= ^(l^t^
/VAAAAA
I

emanation.

Ataru-am-tcher-qemt renu-par-sheta

"i^SKT'tfl^i.
I

-^^

i=siD
""^^^

X
I

a proper

name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

69

ateb
fl

^
[)

territory, region.

^'"'

t' ti^'^^l

father; dual
I]

^11^

Atem

"^

W
^^^^^^^^^

\\
>

see under Tern,

Temu.

a^eB

fl,^^^
1
f]

the solar disk.

O
,.^ D
vv^
n

,v^O

the god of the solar disk,


I)

fl

X\

*^ two-horned disk,

atenn u

,^ t^
^^^.^

^
I

appellations.

river

canal

water -

flood,
,

atru
atert

t^^^
I
^ ^

stream

;plur.q^^
of

AAAAAA Y^
/V^AAAA
A/^Vv/VA ill

^^^ ^

one half

the

sky,

or world.

70
atert

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

meht
Ch
<c^

the

northern

half

of

OC^

the sky.

atert

shema

''^^

' '

the southern half of

aterti

^
aturti

lo W L

the two halves


of the sky.

Athabu
athu

^ ^1k
8
<2
a

%v

^
Q

name

of a city.

to drag, pull,

draw

4'^A'i

Atektaukehaqkheru

a proper name,

at

^
a

oppression, oppressed one.

at

^
^=^^

I'

i'^^

A
children.
I

to

be

deaf.

Atu
\\

\>^

^ ^^^y ^^ ^^^ Eleventh Aat.

atu

c:^^ ^

f|

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Pi

71

ateb

_^

fl.

region, domain; plur.

Hj^:
a ceremonial

kind of
garment.

cloth,

aten
atent

Q"^^
1

deputy, vicar, chief

division, a separation.

5s

.far*
athu

5^ JO -J
r
1

misfortunes, calamities.
I

tk
/\-n.

<3yfc^

-^ a. ^
tk
'^

'^ n papyrus swamps,


I

the Delta

generally.

atetiu

'^^^

A A

those

who

injure.

prince, sovereign,
kins:.

athen

|]=(j

^ the
J

solar disk,

the god of the

solar disk.
to hover, to alight.

atheth j\^=^'X/^

atcha

robber,
lence.

man

of violence,

vio-


72

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

-^
arm,

A.
paw
of

hand,

an animal

dual

once, straightway, immediately,

ancestor (see tep a)


''Eater of the

v\ 5n
of a god,

Arm", name
O Q
L

-7-^

AAAAAA

aaaaaaI

1^ %, Q^ ^^^5;
n
I

^^

flight,

action of battle,

place of yesterday,
before.

\\

^^7""
I

name
a,

of

the

posts

of

the magic net

(Chapter XCIX).

aa

'^^^^^^

house, dwelling.

Z3

aa
^*^'

aa
iiimiii
,

-5^ ^,
~=
'^

<!>

, '

Y ^^ advance, journey wards,


door, gate
I

on-

plur.

~^

mnmr

1.

inifflir.

the two leaves of a door


Tniniir

nrnTTTT
-

"r
Tiiiiiiir'

^>-=-

III'

imTTTTr ^

jf

-mmnr'

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


gods of the doors.
niiniir

73

/VWNAA
Tmiiiir

^ F=q
n
[\\ '

the two doors of the sky. the two

inmr
"nnmrr

^^ r ^^^

doors

of

truth.

ll\
imiirir

.wwvA^^j the two doors AAAAAA ?1T Skv


I

of the

iimim

^ ooo

\\l

^AAAAA

the two doors of Ta-qebh.

aa
i]

__j

"^"^^
]

great, large, mio-hty,

aat

to

be great:
1
areat te^^j e-od

great one,

^
;

great goddess

plur

aaui

^
-^1^

aaaa

. .

twice great,
I

U-

aati

^
aa-ab

w'

two great goddesses.


w

great of heart,
arrogant.

i. e.,

proud,

mi

great forms,

i.

e.,

possess-

ing

many

forms.

74

VOCABULARY TO THE THE BAN RECENSION

aat ur sep

sen
5a baiu
aa mertu

^ ^
^^=
^^'^

II

most exceedingly great.

great of souls,
valorous.

i.

6.,

most

greatly beloved.

aa nerua
^
D

DAAAAAA

/?\

f\

greatly victorij

^'

ous.

aa rennu
aa khau
aa kheperu

" AAAAAA.

possessing
j

many names.
many
crowns.

possessing

(k|||] of many trans-liJUi formations.

aa sent

he who

is

greatly feared.

aa sekhemu

t^'^rr.i
^
"]]]

great one of

powers.

aa sheps

most holy.

a a she fshefit

^
I

most
UJ

terrible, or

w ir-YTD.^

awful one.
''mighty of speech", the

Aa-kheru

warder
Arit.

of the

Seventh

Aat-em-khut

\\ cQd -^^ ^ n

''great

one in the horia proper ^name.

zon",

"

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

75

aa aa
"O \J

to eat ?

heir,

inheritance,

heritage,

to inherit.

aat
^uniD
at,

stone amulet, plur.

_i.

aat

members, limbs, body.

?I^S-^i
aatu-pu-ent Kher-neter

\r:.\
the

name

of the oar-rests in the masric boat

(Chap. CXIX).

Aati

n n
'

name

of one of the Fortyin the Hall of

two Judges
Osiris.

au,

aau

^^ t^

ass.

aai2

aana
aa22au

^
-=

AAAA.'VA

aaa^a
s

ape,

monkey.

au
aut
animals
,

quadrupeds.

au

^^ "^
I

sins, offences (vol. II, 148, 4).


76

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

aua

auau

m
quish, etc.
,

to

be strong,
lently,

to act vio-

to

plunder,

to

rob,

to

opj)ress,

van-

f\\^
violence,
s^
d

D,

f]
evil
act,
ill

wrong,

evil doer,

robber

X
a

^^,

^
'^^

treated, oppressed;

X
|

^^

-^

Dpi

(Chap. XVII, Nebseni,

1.

25).

auai

nik

nn^

'

violence. vi

aun
5,^

to

be strong, violent, fierce.

aunu
J*

-n

aun-ab

(?)
\
a

^
A
r\>

to

be of a fierce disposition,
violence.

auq
T

pool, marsh,

watery ground.

ab
1

with \\

opposite, before, in front

aba (uba)

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

77
table of
of-

ab
Sb

J
\j

n^
Jll

altar,

ferings.
to present offerings,

Ji

to offer

up a
bring

sacrifice.

abuaa
aab
aabet, abet

to

before,

to present.

offering, sacrifice plur.


;

abai {aabai)

sacrifice

offering,

j\ft"^
a priest

who read
A/vAAAA

the Liturgies.

ab (uab)

an
n
-.K-\

AAAAAA

clean,

pure,

holy,

to

be

abu (uabu)
abet (uabet)
^fi-f^^

pure, to purify, to
sprinkle or

AAAAAA
AAAAAA AAAAAA
(Cb

wash

cere-

AAAAAA

monially.
AAAAAA

AAAAAA
^^^^^

ab (uab)

>^^ >C^

AAAAAA

libation, purification; plur.

ab (uab)

rvSO
I

>.

-^

>^ V
I

AAAAA/>

j^-'^D

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
AAAAAA

AAAAAA^

AAAAAA

I -^
I
I

M^
^_J

libationcr, a

man

ceremonially pure.

78

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA
AA/VWA
^
^

ab (uab)

pool

of

water used for


purposes.

AAAAAA

-^

purificatory

abu (uabu)

n\r
/^ ^^ ^-^
f
I

clean

raiment,

holy ap-

parel.

abet (uabet)

-^

/VWAAA

water-house, bath,
'
'

clean

AA/V\AA

place

plur.

f
I

^ aa/wv.
A/V7W\

;
I

great pure place

aWi

(uabti)

/^"^

'

'

double holy place.

ab (uab) aaui
ab (uab) ru

^ ^, /-?r: rJ
I

.%,
Zl

clean-handed.

vs

-.si

AAAAAA

/^ "''^ -==
AA/V\AA

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

clean-mouthed.

ab (uab) Aeru

/^
^^
^

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

^
"*

clean-faced beings.

abu (uabu)

ll%>?f^)

propitiatory offerings.

Ab'Ur (Uab-ur) >ho


^ba iuba)

-,

^^^ ^

title

of Osiris.

!J

to

open or force a way^ or passage, through


sometliing.

n
aba (uba) ru

A
to

'J

open the mouth.

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

79

aba

(ufoa)

&
fi

[j

abet (ubet)

entrance, opening.

aba
abat (ubat)

_^j
fi

j]

-^S-

to see.

J
I

"r

fore^court of a temple.

Aba-ta {Uba-ta)
Earth", a

^^i^ jy ^'Opener of the

name
the

of a god.
of a god.

Abau'taui

^ ^-1

name

ab

horn;

\\,

,_.

J vx"^ \\
d

two-horned; plur. ^

j
;

y^^
of

'5

\^\^
^^zi^

hroad-horned
^

neb ahui

J \\
Dhu
j I

"loi^d

two
title

horns" ==
of

'1-Karnen, a

Alexander the Great.


divine ancestors.

abiu

'im\i
-11
D
'

abeb
ap (aap)

to see.

to fly.

80

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


D D mi^
the arch-enemy of Ra.
evt^co^ J^giant".

Apep
Apef

Copt.

name
D

of a fiend.

aper
mrl

to

he equipped or provided with,


nished with
;

fur-

provided.

Aper
Apert
apesh
apshait

iri'XM
-^ ^
^ ^L^

the

name

of a city

and

city-god.

tortoise, turtle.

(1

a kind of beetle.

Per-

haps the weevil, the Muta Jambi,

Bakuba of the Kasai District in the Congo Free State. (See T. A. Joyce in Man,
or ^'head of God", of the
vol.

IX, No.
filth.

1,

p. 3.)

afa

^ -TL^

afau
afent

III

food.

(F=D

^
K.^^
c^
c^
^

wig, headdress
;

plur.

AAAAAA

III

aftet

place, abode, chest.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


aftet
place, abode, chest.

81

Xj^

c^

mi
to

am

Mi. -L
nr

eat

devour
)
f
I

consume, ^
:

eaters.

amam

to

eat

to

understand,
to

comj)reliend.

amt

OM

what

is

eaten, food.

am

ab

"O
I

"to

eat the heart",

i,

e.,

be-

come angry and

rage.

amam-arit ^

"Eater of the Eye"


^^
I

y1

name

of a ffod.

Am-au

^|^^^"Ea.f.lAss";
name of a fiend and enemy of Ra.

Am-asfetti ^

Mi1P^%.'name
I

'^Eater

of

Sinners"

of a god.

Am-baiu

^i

''Eater of souls";
fiend.

name

of a

Am-heh

__j

MM

''Eater of eternity'

82

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


]

Am-khaibitu

^l^T^^
the

''Eater of

Shades"

name

of

one of the Forty-two

Judges

in the Hall of Osiris.

Amam
-

]"[ ''Devourer";

the

name

of the

Eater of the dead.

Ani'mit

"Devourer

of the dead".

Am-mit

a consuming serpent goddess.

An
an
ani
AAAAAA

a proper name.

tablet,
AA/WAA

board, writing pa-

lette.

an

AAAAAA.

to turn back. Partic. plur.

[I

V>

those

who

turn away, or return,


fish.

anu
&

a mythological

Anpet

AAAAAA

a name of the city of Mendes

ankh

a a
I

^"^1

.^Y
I

to live,

to

live upon,
life,

to

c=^^t=^\
j

feed upon,

living
AAAAAA
(J)

Q
r\

AAAAAA

Q
''^^^^'^^^^

AAAAAA

O
p,
r-x

'A

"A

fN

T=' Q
AAAAAA

T(!'
[1

''^"'''-

^P*' ""-
of Osiris.

(1

the living one,

name

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD. ankhu,


r\ AAAA/

83

^^
the living,

ankhiu

men and

n
r\

women,
title of

the

blessed
dead.
AAAAAA
(Q
(D

^1
the livins: for ever

ankhtchettaO^

-f

s^
ankh user
Q^
f\

life

from death.

life

and power.
strength and health.

ankh utcha senb


ankhet

life,

fiP
life.
I

ankhet

A,^A^AA

f
^^''^^^

victuals.

Ankhti

name

of Osiris.

ankh

^
i^
AAAAAA n

a kind of unguent.

Ankhet pu ent Sebek neb Bakhau


f\

G'^^' .^~,

-J
a proper name.

Ankh-em-bu

fTkJ^.T^i"^-"'
abominable
tilings".

84

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

._^
of

Ankh-em-fentu

^ """^

fx,

^
name

t^ UHt
of the

"Eater

worms"

warder

of tlie

Fifth Arit.

'""'"'

ni't^i]
TT ^
w
the two ears.
111

ankhamu Q^[\\K TIT .^11


AAAAAA

^
I

flowers,
plants.

or

aromatic

w o

f
ant
rmg.
AAAAAA

S
to

ant ant

be covered with something.

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

claw,

talon,

hook, nail
or foot,

of

the

hand
;

''ClaiY

of Ptah"'

a proper name.

gi
AAAAAA

D
of

^i
Hathor"
=0=
;

Claw on the
a proper name.

hand
anti
AAAAAA
I

A/VVAAA
1
1

AAAAAA

ant
AAAAAA

(\\

A/VWV\

AAAAAA

/I\,
AAAAA/%

AAAAAA

O O

myrrh, unguent

(?)

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


anti
AAAAAA
-

85

^
HI

AAAAAA

"^
J\ ^xl\
I

^ preparation of

myrrh

2l

used by women.

antu
light, radiance.
AAAAAA

CM]

ant
I i

evil,
I

antu

^^

darkness.

Anti

the

name

of

one of the Fortyof

two Judges in the Hall


Osiris.

ar
ar

an animal of the goat species,


to

approach, to bring, to come,


to arrive
;

A
A
III

<c=:>

w divine beings
to find (?).

^=^

[ [

who

approach.

ara (JA
arar
arart
arati
v\

jawbone.
uraeus.

two uraei goddesses,

tA'SwBiS^
two very large
] I

uraei.

the living serpent goddesses.

86
arit

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


tool, lintel of

a door.

DPih^n
arit
hall,

cliamber; plur.
^

II

1110

1110 11110

The Seven Ants 7,


arfi
-

^^

^ ^. ^

^'

|^^
,

bundle, purse.
w

arrt
arrit

mil
liall,

mansion

plur.
;

-Ill

"^1.
CTTD
I

Arq

^
"a
/}

to

bind, to

tie,

girdle,

to

be

completed.

arq

Arq-heh
arq

^ ^^^ ^
/}
'

to swear.

^ name
en(

of a city.

n.

end
earth,

of the

/}

arqi

last

day

of

the lunar month.

A
art
arti

jaw, jawbone.
the two jaws.

o
artu

houses, abodes, mansions.


I

ah

moon.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


to surround,

87
embrace.

ah

aha
to figiit,

do battle, wage war


[| I]

ahau

Q^^
QX
5;

Q^^
a

^-^
a
I

%hter,
fe

^
I I

fi^'htino^s,

aha-a
aha-tu

Q^t.
Ckl

to fight

bravely

(?).

fight,

contest, struggle

ahau
I

fightmg
pons.

implements

Avea-

the
i.

two Fighters, Horns and 6.,

Set.

Ahau heru n^%\| ^


-^
'

''Fighting faces", a
\ '

name

of

certain :ods.

ahat

LD

great house, palace,

cr^

88

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

aha

to

stand up, to withstand.


J]

tA^

A
aha

']fl

U^

A'

A
AAAAAA

'^-

as an auxiliary verb
'

-^

g-

Df]
AAAAAA
^^

and see passim.

aha

L "
I

stability.
1
I

ahau
aha

^A
O

condition, state, position.

time, season or duration of

life,

ahau
ahat

life,

a contemporary.

^ O
Z]

I
11
o D ^ I.!>^Tg O
AAAAAA
1

II.

period from

life,

or in

life.

o
ahau
ahau
ahau
fl-

-Vr

period of eternity.
\

noon-day.

supports.
[

stores, food, provisions.

t^

f A

M
Jl

folk
I I

who

are provisioned,

LL

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

89

ahait

u ^^
-^ ^

boat,

ahat

tomb,

akh
Akhtuset

"^

to

spread out the heavens, or


sky.

f)

^
I I

class

of

divine beings.
:

The
!

variants are

k^y
S jriiil

akhmiu.

x^

111

^^^^
akha

aklisemhi.
I

^^
^^

to fly, to soar flying,

akhai

^>-=>

[![

^^

akh a
akh an
akhanet

to

sleep.

^^
I
AAAAAA

to close the eye.

akhu
fire-altars.

akhem
to

quench,

to

extinguish;

akhemu

90

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

akhemu
quenchers, those

who

akhmiu

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
AA/VAAA

extinguish.

akhem
akhemu
akhmet
^

figure of a god.

^Mli
!

figures of ' gods,

"

K^ ^

river banks.

Akhen''ariti(?yf^^

a proj)er name.

akhekhau^
akhekhu
asha
I

A/VVAAA <^

^'&v

UIH^

serpent-fiends, monsters.

^\ rf^l
I

''Darkness";

a proper name.

i'

III

to
111

be

much

or

many, manifold.

many

reeded.

l_l!i^_^^ JT
8
W

II

4^
^
III

^^^^ of multitudinous festivals.


t
I I

AJ

of

many

forms.

^
ashau
ashat

loud voiced to speak.


I

crowd, multitude.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ashat

91

^K
w
(^

crowd, multitude.
to call, to invoke, to

ash

cry out.

ashu

evil speech.
[ZSZ]

ash
3rz]

-J^

cedar, or acacia, tree, cedar

gum.
I

ashasht
as hat
as hem
.=

J]

part of the body,

knife.

^^L^
5K
I

the forms in which the

\>^

gods
earth.

appear

uj^on

111

ashemu
(

crocodiles.
o:ives

variant

w w

Ill
i

V
(

v\
I I

ashemiu
I I

'^
I
I i

ashashat

'^
name
3s:
-D

'=^if

gullet.

Akesh
aq
a'z]

of a city.

to enter,

go

ni.

92

VOCABULARY TO THE TOEBAN RECENSION

'''"
aqet

':m:;:^im
A
f\

^
Ill

those

who

enter.

things which enter,

aq pert

AZV,

entrance and exit.

Aq-her-ami-nnnut-f

-^ ^ ^

[)

JL K
;

^^

^^ ^ ^ ^
a proper

'

"He who
aqu
I

enters in his hour*'

name

A (^111 aqa
^

cakes, loaves of bread.

'^

zi

m
V

^^

^^

present

bread

(?).

Chap,

c=^

XCIX,

3.

aq maat

(?)

exact truth

(?),

just.

aqa

to

keep the mean,


middle.

right, exact,

true, just, truth, to

be in the

\]^c.=^^o

to

be exactly over the heart.

A
aqau
A
^

^
Ill

truth, right, justice.

Aqan
A
aqi

^vvv

the

name

of a o^od.

part of a boat,

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ag,

93

aqa

A
^ri.

\\

rope,

cordage,

tackle of

A
J] \

boat.

(^

Aqennu
aka

'^^
AAAAV\

the

name

of a city.

O
Ill

unguent.

aku
at

to

be burned,

domain,

Q
at

XI

hall, palace.

^ n
at
=:i

?,
I
i

member, limb
J]

plur.
;

^
I

m^
Ati
^--^;

1 1 1

nil' eee'
ot

1 1

1 1

name of the ninth nome Lower Egypt.


grain, seeds.

ateptu
ater
at {ant)

^ a ^
I.,
I

provisions.

pole of a net with curved


ends.

At (Ant) XIX
at (ant)

name

of a god.

XIX

XIX U.^ domain,


:^,i

territory, soil.

94

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


Xdc^^^^x,
to split, to divide.

at {ant)

At (Ant)

c-=^

>=<^^^^n^)^ ^ o "
""==")

'^

the

morning

. boat

f oi

XDC v,
atu
aturtu
^

<

the sun.

tk ,f=^ <e<(
""^^^^
"
j

name
(a

of a mythological fish.

mistake

?)

Atch-ur

^ ^

^r^ ^?=^

li

"Great

splitter"

name

rod. of a fe

atchet (antchet)

^^ y^

fixed, firm

....
u
fk.
<S

Chap. CLXVIII.
2.

Circle X, 14,
I

they, them, their

l^l'iii

<S

district,

region.

^^
ua

jCl

'^ B
IK
<>

^ proper name.

r]

O'^^

^0 depart,

go away, be

uau

f]^^^

^][j

remote.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ua

95
^^^^^5

jT)'^

fazS

^^^y^

P^^^'
1'
(

plur.

uau

^1
I
I

1'

uau

AA/SAAA

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

waterway, stream.
radiance, light.

uauau
uau uau

flame,

fire,

chains, fetters.

uauu
uauiuait

*2

^
(

to
j

speak

evil,

blaspheme.

^
j

hair

_mi^
to
^

uai

f]

'^^

><

destroy,

overcome, gain

the mastery over.

a cow-goddess.

uab

r)

yY^

flower, blossom.

Uamemti

f]
uart

'^^q

the

name

of

one of the

Forty-two Judges in the Hall of Osiris.

ropes, cordage.

fi
UarekhtC')

r>

a mythological region.

iv^^

nrzi urzj

96

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Uart-neter-semsu

C
a proper name.
to place, to set, to fix, to

uah

add

to,

permanent, abiding.
to
I

add

to

something.

uahit

tm
t)^
r

=0^
ill

libation vessels,

uahuu ^\^%\
uahtu ^

mummy
^0

bandages.

mummify.

uakh
I

n
^

''Green"

the

name

of a pool

uakhet
uas
1

in the Elysian Fields

sceptre.

uas
Vast
A

contentment, happiness.

Thebes.
S
\

uash

3SZD rt?

to

worship

be

adored

two -fold

1\
Uak
l^^lo^
[^

worship.

the

name

of a festival.

^^::5^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


uat

97

%3
'

]^\

<f

way, road, path


;

plur.
;

%^
"^"^

^"^ i"^ "^^


I <m> 6^
III

^^
'

fi-reat

roads,
all

p;ood roads,

"^"^

III

roads,
'

'jX

o ^f=^

ways

of the

dead

-fc
I

^"^

the two roads.

s
I

tjri
I
I

eastern roads,

western roads,
r

s
northern roads,
I

o ^
1:^
I

southern roads.

uatch
uatch
I

sceptre, staff, stick.

tablet of

green faience, amulet.

uatch

-tX^^

unguent, sulphate of copper eye-paint.


I

uatchu

|t^^

sulphate of copper.

uatch shemat ?

1 ^

[ii]id"t

sulphate of copper of
the south.
o

V [nmi

uatchet ?
IV.

Us
I

a kind of linen.

98

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


-OL
-H

tk

uatch

to

make to
rous, to

flourish,

te green, vigoblossom, be new, fresh.

uatchet

ix=

green.

uatchu

1 1^
(?)

^
nJL

1^

2-

Uatch-ariti

^^

"Green Eyes"; a proper name.

Uatch-ur
Great Green Sea";
i.

e.

Uatch-nesert i^ |

Z^ [''^^^1 ll "Grreen Flame"


name
of

the

one of the Forty-two Judges in the Hall of Osiris.

Uatchit

nJL nn

a goddess of

fire.

ll

mlm
"^

the two fire-goddesses, Isis

uatchit

<0L WW

abode, house.

...

[z-zi

^fl'^i'^''''^t''""

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

99

uaa

boat, boat of Ra.

uaaui

\m\
AAAAAA
<Ci

the two boats of Ra, the boats


of

morning and evening.

uaa en Maati

the boat of Maat.


[

uaa en heh

\\

\\

^ i^^. AAAAAA^
I

"Boat
I
i

of Millions of

Years".

uan

O^z-r-^S^

to

become worms.

ua
"

n.

One, the One,


I

i.

e.,

God.
s^ods;

uau

One

of the

>.>-

One God
One

(Osiris)

?*

>

(fem.).
^-^2.

ua

r-i5>

one
I

fem.
\
[1

being one, or alone


I

to

be one

7*

100

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

t^

uaki^

^^^y
fern.

one

...

the other;

|Pl"'^

one embraced the other

J_;-^5 J_jj^ J^''''^


*
'
|

in

one

AAAAA^
Q
v.^

one or one.
D

wa

^^
^gj, ^.o2_

=
*f:

indefinite article

1^ ^s^

^^ ^

i
[

yg

any one, each

one, every one,

^ ucM tZ3 jj3

.^j^2_
I

^^
I

(3

one alone, only one.

uau

-f^^
^^^ , , ^ ,^ 1... .,
,

alone.

Also

I
. ,

^^

^\
all

and

uauti

^^^
^Y"

^^

solitude.

ua

with

J%
[)

at once,

at

once;

^nd compare J^Pjy^-^-|{uat

^
tk

in

n fl]%- ^ a piece of cloth,

Uaau
uar
uar

\,^''^\s\>

t^e herald of the Third Arit

passage.

%> ""^ f A

*^ depart.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


uart
uart

101
of a place.

^
^^ AAAAAA

"^

passage, the

name

the two thighs.


A/>/\AAA

^
<:ri

AAAAAA

'Hhigh" of water.

^^
AAAAAA
I

AAAAAA
\\
I

^^thigh" of the lake.

S ^

H
^
^Hhigh" surrounding.

i:Bfi
1^::^

AAAAAA

s ^ J^
iron

^
is

^
I

'thiffh"

of

whereon

the station of the gods,

^ <:=>^-^^m

ofKher-aha.

that ''thigh"

whereon

is

the

House

of the

Moon.

uart
AAAAAA AAAAAA i AAAAAA

stream.

uu
uu

X
\>

evil,

evil one.

I
resrion, district; 'b-^^i

D
zl

(^

crz}

I D

ui

sign of the dual.

^;;

11^

V> w two very mighty gods.

102

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^f-^
a proper name,

Ui
uit

chamber.

uben

^J

ft

to rise

(of
^\
;

a luminary),
n AAAAAA
r'^
I

to

MJ
ol

slune

^J

o .

"^-

ing

and

setting;

v>

O
AAAAAA

rays of light,

to flow.

to shine,

light up,

shining,

blazing.
AAAAAA AAAAAA
AAAAAA

ubes

water-flood.

ubesu

beings of

fire,

sparks

(?).

Ubes-her-per-em-khetkhet t^
]
x^
fl

fl

J)

S^
fire
to,

^ 'Tiery
;

face,

comins: forward in

retreating''

a proper name.

ubet

Xh^

^j-a
W
^-^
-

f )

to

be scalded,
to

to

set

burn up.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Ufa

103
to light

to

chance on,

upon.

umet
umet

^
1^

a garment.
"^
1

the middle
c^

(?).

umet
un
*

walls, fortifications, building.

lightness, defect.
/vyvwN

un,

unen

^^ ^^
I

AAAAAA

AAAAAA AAAAAA

to

be, being,
as

existence,

to

become,

to exist;

an auxiliary

verb see passim,

unt
AAAAAA

being, existence;
<-> ^
^

-^^^ AAAAAA
AAAAAA

v\,
.-Xi.

TT

'

.^ t_i

^^. ^
L_)

unent
AAAAAA AAAAAA

^^ ^
AAAAAA
AAA/VSA
\\
'

^^
AAAAAA
I
I

ji

V\

11

[| 1 '
1

.^^
AAAAAA

plur.
-^

^.^
AAAAAA AAAAAA
I I I i
I

^."^
V AAAAAA AAAAAA
I
I

^-^ill'
AAAAAA AAAAAA
'

'

||

'

'

^[lO^i N
AAAAAA AAAAAA
^
I

Tf tX

those

who

are, things

which
beings.

are.

uniu

human

un
un

maa
1

AAAAAA AAAAAA
iiiiimi

^^

in

very

truth.

'^

L^ AAAAAA

AAAAAA K >> > imTTTTT^ AAAAAA Zl A/vwNA

^1
I '
I I

JI

to open,
AAAAAA
'

op
^U
-^ W
I

ener,

openmg

l
^^^^=^
;

lllllll

^ V\;
^

-^^^^"^

AAAAAA

'v

xi.

AA^AAA >

opened.

104

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

AAAAAA

uneniu :^^

[] AAAAAA ^ ^

[]

^
I

U.

openers, scatterers.

| '

I I

un her

^^
AAAAAA ^

@
^
I

^^

^p^^
;

^j^^

isice,

^.

e.,

show the
open the

face, to

appear

^^
AAAAAA
, '

_,,^

^^

^^
Zl
I

to

mouth
AAAAAA
I

,wwvx
inniiir
|

un
un un

AAAAAA

^^
'^N.
AAAAAA

shrine.

vP

shaved.

AAAAAA

^
Yf -^LL

*_
I

to pull out the hair.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

un, uni, unt

^ ^. ^
I

^^

^
III

to

walk,

run,

rise

unun

^^^^^^^^^^^O
'

upright ^ *

-^sa runners.

to
I

run,

AAAAAA AAAAAA

AAAAAA AAAAAA

VSl

stand
up.

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

U22UI2

.^^

^^ /^
'^Jj

to

SOW

seed.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

Unaset ^^
unara

^ AAAAAA t^""^W.^
A
f]
1
I

name

of a city.

I
^ ^

unguent.

Uniu, or Unniu

^^%.
AAAAAA

^ name

of a city.
"^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

105

tini

^^-^f^^ AAAAAA
W

light,

defective.

Unen-em-hetep

^^ R =^=' X^^^^ D^
S\

a division of the Se-

khet-Aaru.
plur.

unb
unpet

^^
AAAAAA

-sS-J

^
I

flower,

bloom

%\'^.
mJl
\
\

AAr>/\AAilJ

^^ ffr
AAAAAA

flowers, blossoms.

D ^

Vd.
I

Unpepet ent Het-Heru


"Flower

^^
of

Hathor"

a proper name.

unef

AAA/V\A ^

^^^
,~

* '

^^"^-^ AAAAAA \
2^Lc=:^
^

(^

to

remove,
unloose.

to

uncover, to

AAAAAA

^^

unem
unemi

"

the right side, the right


as opposed to
left.

unemt ^ \\

^
.-/]

unem
Ui3i2u

A
Z]

/^ ^ ^^ ^ ^i ^/
'

JL
^

AAAAAA Z]

-Mk ^f

|\

/^

to eat, see

im.

,^^ ^
AAJ^AAA

evil,

wrong, defect.

^^^

[72212 U

^^ o"^
^

Hermopolis, the city of Thoth.

AAAAAA AAA^VW

106

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

unnuiti

^^ ^
AAAAAA V

sacrificer.

unnut

^^^
AAAAAA

a brief space of time, a moment,

an hour,
X iUr.
-.^A/NAA

a
c.

season,

interval.

AAAAAA

O
AAAAAA
9<

AAAAAA

V>

^ I

,^

^''

Unnut

^^.

goddess of the hour.

Un-Nefer
Unen-nefer

^^
AAAAAA

L
77

A title
ing

of Osiris,

mean-

something like "the Avell-doing BeCoptic forms ing".


of

Unen-Neferu
Unen-Neferu

W.% ^^ n V ^^ T n V
AAAAAA AAAAAA
>J i-i.
I

the

name
,

are

oireueipe,
OTTGnofipi
etc.

OTreno^p,
6i3ito$pe,

Un-Nefer-Ra.

10^^ Un-Nef er, son of Nut.


AAAAAA

Un-hat

a proper name.
AAAAA^

unkh
AAAAAA

'=^

to dress, to array

unkhu
AAAAAA

)^ "^^^
AAAAAA

jl

\
)

oneself, to put

on a garment.

unkh
unkh

'^
^

to tie, untie, set loose.

a garment.

^AAAAA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

107

Unes
unshu
Unt
Unti

^^ ^
^^%.A^

the metropolis of the


or

XlXth Nome

Lower Lgypt.

wolves.

^^ ^
AAA/VA^

a city of the Twelfth Aat.

S\
\li

^^
^
w

the

name
ye.

of a god.

untini

.^3?K
^ t^^vi?^
^^^"^"^
|][

"be

Ui2fu

mankind, people, kinsfolk,


tives.

rela-

CMDjf'^^ffli

Unth
ur

\ou-^

name
to

of a district or country.

^^
"^^^^^

be great, great, mighty, su-

preme, powerful.

great one (Ood); plur.

^^ I

|j, [f

w D

great one
J>

(fern.),

goddess.

uru

''^=ft^^^

dual masc. "two great".

108
urti

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^^

T)

^^^^ ^^^' ''^^^ great goddesses'

^'^
w

two very great goddesses.


man,

ur

"^^ ^-^

o;reat

chief,

prince, nobleman, master

princess,

Plur. masc. ^^^,

^
great.

ur sep sen ^=t

X doubly

ur
ur

as comparative,

greater than.

as superlative,
of

^^

aaaaaa
|

greatest

5 gods.
:

ur

in titles etc.

H"^

^ O

^^^
AAAAAA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


AAAAAA

109

ra

ra

AAAAAA AAAAAA

^
-~Z1

>S\ AAAAAA,
AAAAA/S

^
ur
case;

jf

a joint of meat, haunch,

car-

^
name
"^^^

\\

\, <^ w^
Ill-

(j

_""^l
Ur-at

(?

-Tk

^1^

''great

of

moment", a proper

O
Urit

'^

name.
of a city.

^:^

f]

urit

\\\\^ hall, house, room.

Ur-arit-s ^^=^-^=^>-

a proper name.

Ur-pehui'f ^^^

5^

_^
I

a proper name.

Ur-ma
Ur-maat

'^^

^p
I

title

of the high-priest

of

He-

^>

liopolis (?).

a proper name.

110

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


p>

Ur-mertuS' teshert'Shenu

/vvv>

\
^^
;
I I

^:^x.lll

'^^^ Ur-mertis<cir>o w 2iH teshert'Shenu

ICZSTD <;:=> (^

Im'fej?^
who
is

^^The red-haired one

greatly bethe

loved"

name

of

one

of

Seven

Cows.

Ur-hekau ^^^

a deity
in

who

is

words of a god or goddess

mighty power,
of

magic.

o
Ur-kherp-hem
^^(j^/J? ^ <=:> iil
I

''chief

master of the black;

smith's tool"

title of

the

high-priest of

Memphis.

Ur-senu
urer

^^=5^^""^^

\^

chief of the physicians.

the

name

of

urert

^,

zl

crown. <i-:>o. /7,


I

the gods

who
U7'ert

urertu

urh

ZL
to

wear the Crown.

1^

smear or rub with ungaent, to anoint.

urhu

^i

O
W

Urhetchati

two goddesses
Helioj)olis.

of

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


urs

Ill

^^ Is/
^^^
czszD

^ pillow, head-rest.

ursh

to

pass

the

day,

to

watch

<c=r>o watchers,
dszuiii

Urek
urt

^^1
^^=^'
nr-3
hall, palace.

urt
dL

funeral chest, or coffer.

urt

Qy\y]

X ^ o
urt

funerary mountain,

cemetery,

flood.

urt

Urt-urt

,,^
i

a proper
Q^-^

name

urtf

urtu ^^:^
to
<$.

be

inert, motionless, help-

less,

to rest.

UrUab

^^=5
\

''He whose heart

is still"
;

^^ /B\ 'O

title

of Osiris

L:=35

112

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


|!,
ra

urtu

see[]^^
I

uh

to

be troubled?

uhau

-^
^
ra

-^ -^
S
!\

to supplicate.

uhaau

to fail.

to repeat,

to

report,

to

nar

uhemm

^^
[

to repeat;

l^lll^-

K ^
.

.-.=^tK
I
I

to

speak again.

to

renew
again.

life,

live

new

form.

I?

W ^

to
I

renew

protection.

\\ ;L with \\

a second time, again.

uhem-a

anew, afresh,

Uhem-her

l^i?l

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

113

uhen
uhen
-Jl
AAAAAA

decay, failure,

to

overthrow

'

'-'

be overthrown.

uha

0=9

<^

to

unloose,
to

be

set

free from,

^' '(Sill

return (in the evening).

uha uha

<<=>>

cord, rope.

P n

to catch fish,
s;

to

snare game,

fisherman, fowler.
to beat

uheset t^

down,

to slay,

baked meats, stew

(?).

ukha

to lay

down,

set

down,
for.

to

seek

\
ukha

A
J^

after,

search

darkness, night.

ukha

\i\A

pillar.

ukhakh
ukheb
ukhert
IV.

to

seek after.

to shine.

wooden implement.

114

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


tk

"^
dis-

ukhet

to

be angry, be pained,
gusted.

ukhetet"^^^
us
\>'~x~

boat.

* *^

^^^^

'^^^^''

user

-jn

1, IP''^^^ to

be strong, mighty, strength,


"III
^^

might, power, strong;

useru

llYTi'll

il

powers, mighty beings

in<=^^v-"^l
I

(human
I

or

divine).

usert

^?\^^
<=^

strength.

usert

skull,

top of the head:

plur.

^^^^p
llll'
I
I

\\\

ib-\{\ '^^^ User- ah

% ^

^'Strong-heart"

a proper name.

User-ba -^r\<=^ -j^


useru
J)

^'Strong-soul"

a proper name.

m^
n
Jf

<=>

{]<==><==^-^
I I I

oars, rudders, steering

poles.

useru
Usert

-i\\-^ f\
n

to steer a boat.
i

<=^

-f

f)

the

name

of a goddess,

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD. use,

115

^pi^

to

advance.

usekh

^n^^
collar,

neck ornament, pecto-

(W)
usekh

ral.

n^j
1

^1

to

be in a wide space, to be

wide or spacious, breadth,

^
Usekh-nemmet t^
fj

broad.

A
'^He
of
,

the

long

^
"U

A
^
>

stride"
of
1

the

name
in the

one of the Forty-

two Judges

VP
Usekh-her
usekht ^ ^
[r~z]

WJ ^
"^

A A
^
S\
II

Hall of Osiris.

''Broad Face"

name

of Ra.

.^pi^^^

the wide S])ace of the


\j

sky, a large hall or

IP
Usekht Maatil^i}^ ^

room

(5

ci

on

the great double


hall.

the

name
Osiris

of

the

double Hall wherein

judged

^p!^^:p

the dead.
8*

116

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

"^

Usekt Shuu

^
jj

(S

Q
o

I
-9

the Hall of Shu,


n

i. e.,

heaven.

Usekbt lieb

-|

the Hall
earth,

of I^eb,

i.

e.,

a.Zr-3

plated

(?).

usesht

rt3

o o
I

III

urine.
I

to micturate.

usten

n
AAAAAA ~A
I

to walk, to follow.

ustennu^^^,,,,^ AAA D
Ust

y^

(2.

^p^-i
(2
^"^^

a proper name,

ush ush

to

cry out.

misery.
^^S^^^ darkness.

ushau
usha
usheb

tk^lk
CI3SZD

%,F^i

te eat, to

gnaw, crunch bones.

3s:

X
xi

to answer, to eat (?).

"""^

to

make an answer
right time.

at

the

usheb

to beo:et, begotten.

J^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

117

ushen

~ ^

to net, to snare.

ushen
feathered fowl.

AAAAAA -JjL

to burn,

be burned.

name

of a festival.

ukaiu
ut

t^ tt1?n
11

Afl"^-^^"^
I

wooden pegs

or legs,

rr^

a
^'
Ci

the city of embalmment, the

abode

of Anubis.

utu

embalmment.
the god of embalmment,

i. e.,

Anubis.
ut

1"J^
^

coffin,

mummy

bier.

uta

to

embalm, swathe a mummy.


S\

Ut{Uhet?) mehtXk.^

^^^
n."^

the Northern Oasis

-ir^t^Ut{Uhet)res
Utau

^^

(Bahriyah).

^a>,

the

Southern

Oasis

Jr^^t\
.v/^-^
j

(Khargah).

a class of divine beings.

118

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

utu

to set out

on a journey,

to

make an

expedition.

utu

l^^-l
utet

to issue
1=^

an order or
to de-

command,
cree
,

to

ordain.

utet utett

MAMA
^;
I

commands, behests,
I

/2i|

tilings

ordered or

decreed, records^

documents, deeds,
copies
I
i

of

deeds.

Utu-nesert

the

name

of one of the
in

Forty -two Judges


the Hall of Osiris.

Utu-rekhit

t^

Jl

<=>

fl

The name
one
of

of

the

Forty-two Judges in the Hall of Osiris.

utu
Ill

utu
utuit
I

flowers.

oar
I

rest.

Utent

V\

^AA/^AA

r^^^

the

name

of a country.

^
Utet

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.


\>'^
'^

119

to beget.

\
Utet

c^-w

begetter.

^"^ ^ %

'^Begetter", a

name

of Osiris.

Utet'Heh tk ^
Ji ^t
utet
(

^^
a)

'^Begetter
[

of

millions

of

Zi

years"
\

a proper name.
or out, to shoot
forth, to

t^ ^^^

to cast

down
dart

^^ X
s

out,

utter

a cry.
to lay violent

hands on some-

one.

utaiu

tk

^-^q^^i
fl
vfl

_^

1?>\

n tix

strong- ones.

utebu
uteb

1^
W
^"""""^

mutable.

to

go round, turn about.

J A
uteb

IJh

furrow;

plur.

JJ^

n
utebtu

^-j^i = ^j
!

tV _-^

H "^

t^

fl

^=^
I

burned.

120

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN EECENSION


A/\AAAA

uten

X
utenu
AAAAAA

to

bring something
gift, to

as

make an

offering

utenu
AAAAAA

offerings

things
offer-

utent

AAAAAA

M
I

^ I

given as
AAAAA^

r
I

^^
i

ings.

uteh

lIT-i
CZ^^

loA

altar, table of offerings

plur.
;

utet
^"5^^

to void, shoot out.

uthes
to raise up, to lift up, sup-

port.

utcha

Xk

A
t^_i:ii4
'

to

go

out,

set

out,

to

begin a journey.

utchat %^

'^

a journey, a going forth.

to

be in a good state or conhealthy, sound dition


, ,

well.

utchau

\<^

strength, power.
t^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


utchau
(^

121

tk
tk
(^

amulet, object of power.

magical powers.

JTIII

Utcha-re

\L
^
a

^'Strong

mouth"

a proper

name.
strong

utcha sep

with

good fortune.

utchat
fci2

i=i

\i
Hia

the

^'strong",

i.

e.,

the

Eye

of

Ra,
all

whence came
power,
etc.

strength,

health, protection,

utchat

o
w

^^^^
chat with legs

the Ut-

und wings,
Utchat
lady,
of

utchat

n'^^e^ ^t ^^^
Sekhet,

111
the

the

great

the

mistress of the gods.

utchati

^'the

two

Utchats^',

1^

i, e.,

the two

Eyes

of the sky, or the

Sun and Moon.

122

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

utcha

^M\:=\
senemm
AAAAAA

to

weigh, to estimate, to
consider, to reckon up,
to decide.

to consider or

weigh deeds

or words.

utcha

utcha

AAAAAA

J_i]Jl?L_S U^\] U ^'^"'^

making the water


balance his
or
to

to

throne,

making

his throne

balance

on

the

water.

utchai

n
try

to

estimate

the fields; weighers, those

who

something in a balance.

utchat

utchati

Jn ^
w
n

judgment, decision,

Utcha-aabet J

^1" computer
fering"
,

of the of-

name

of

srod.

utchfau

t^"^

A
to delay, to tarry.

A
utohet
to
(?

walk.

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.

123

11

to

come,

V^

come, come
i-tu

coming,
iu-tu

coming,

ad-

A
a comm^

vance.

it

A
lu

'"^n9i:]yi=;

A "^

comers

A^
(of
it

comers with glad

tidings.

lU

to

end

a book)

A %^ ^

v\
lu

has gone out in peace.


out,

aq

^^

going ^_^
exit.

in

and coming

entrance and

lu pastu

-\m^h\t
[

a class of divine being's. '

hail,

0.

lU
AAAAAA

verily.

luma
Ir-qai

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

sea, lake, river,

any large

col-

lection of water.

ii=r%iii

name

of

Amen-Ra.

124

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


l\
f]

ikh
isu

^^
n tk
I

to stretch out the

heavens.

'^^"^
I I

abodes, chambers.

fl

JB.
ba
I

one of the two souls of man, the


heart-soul,

connected
heart, as

which was intimately with the ka and the


to the spirit-soul
I
I

opposed
Plur.

khu

!,

ba

.'^^

mentioned with

"^^wj
,

^^^
with

"^'^^^

with

and

i\

a perfect soul.

Ji

<=:>

<~^>

divme

soul.

a living soul.
zl

f
I
1

a living

heart-soul and a perfect spirit-soul.


soul of souls.

^^^'^^^jlj
the souls of the gods.

my

soul

is

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


*^_^
AAAAAA

125

soul of eternity.

(^\

AAAAAA

''^ soul

in the body.

^A^wvA

"Y^

soul of

life.

^^

^'aa^wv^^^^^^ a soul [made] ooo an amulet.

of gold,

IS
is

thy soul

is

to

heaven,

thy

body
ba

under the ground.

the divine Soul, or soul of God.

^^

i'!^

^
ha
ha

'

--^

uC2^
of

^^
Ra
;

soul

of

Osiris
'

6a-/vAAA[]

JLjJ^^
M
J

soul in Shu;

AAAAAA

^^
nf

soul in

Keb

AA^^^

^^^=^
J/f)

s^^l i^ Tefnut

^
I

/^ n Holy Soul, a
Osiris.

name
name

of

i
,

Holy

Soul, a

of

Osiris.

^ ?| =F=qei5il

the Soul which


is

in Nut.

126

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

J
exist in

the Soul of the gods


the

who

body

of Osiris.

(9 AAAAAA

the Soul of

the Great
Neith.

Body which

is

in

Sai's.

the Living Soul in Suten-henen.


I

/wwsA r\^^/i

the Soul of Amenti.


souls of gods.

baiu

fi^

divine souls,

the souls in the gods-

the souls of the sfods of the


East.

the souls of the

gods of the West,


I

X o

the souls of Heliopolis.

n
I

the souls of Pe-[Tep]

(Buto).

the souls of Nekhen.

1^1--

EEo%^

^^^ souls of Hermopolis

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

127

m
A
III

living souls.

tk

ill

souls
[

who have appeared.


(^. e.,

1^ o
baui
w

souls of the dead

damned),

souls of his father (Osiris).

the double soul.

the double soul


\'0
in the

Tcha-

souls of Osiris

and Ra.

Bai
A

^
1

'

[]

D
'il

*^ Soul-god, or the Divine Soul, or

the double-soul god.

Ba
ba

M H^ ^^o
<^:

divine soul with plumes


the metal-god; a proper

[||.

name
soul.

(?).

to

be endowed with a

128

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION,

ba

fl

to

cleave

make

way

through somethmg.

J
Ba
baba
a proper name.

J
\

J
J
to

work.

J
baba

"J
lair

J<^^ v\
plur.
;

\>

cavern, cave, den or

(^^ ^^^ J

Baba
the

name

of the

first-born son of
Osiris.

Ba-neb-Tettet

6^
I

Soul -god,

or

^511
des)
,

Ram-god, lord ofTattu(Mentitle

of Osiris.

Barekatha tchaua

^1 ^x\n^f\

^:^

a proper name.

J
bah
,

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

129

i>^

with

VX

before, in front

of.

Bakha

-^^

the Mountain of sunrise.

"J
Bast

C^^^^

the city of Bubastis in the Eastern


Delta, the

modern Zakazik.

Bast
the goddess of Bubastis.

!
Bast
Basti
n
w
"^

^fj"^

f\

Bast dweller in Thebes.

the

name

of one
in

of

the

Fortyof

two

Judges

the

Hall

Osiris.

bak
t^v^
]

to

work,

to toil, to serve.

works, labours.

baq
olive tree.

bak
to

be weak, weary,
f^^ble,
helpless.

J^S^()()&^^'
IV,

130

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

J
bak
weak one,
less

the help(i. 6.,

one

the

mummy)

plur.
;

bat
plants, houghs, branches,

baat
Bati

name

of a fiend, or of a

group

'

of fiends.

baa

O
i I

J1

nD

.J^

the ore of a metal,

,OQQ

iron,

copper,

etc.,

a
\J

metal
of

tool,

name

the

sky

J
o
\J

or firmament.

J
J1
baa en pet
f]

mn O OO

AAAAAA

^ F=^
D

metal of the
(?).

sky, meteoric iron

^
^Hhe

D
I

^
J

that iron in

the sky.
of

baaf

shema

"J
^
o

metal

the

south", iron.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

131

baat

shemau

J V^
baa
1

^the

metal of the

^^^^
^
I

south", iron.

wonders, wonderful things.

baat

^^M
baaq
\

III

o o

a kind of grain, or

fruit,

the

name

of a god,

Baba

(?).

baba
ban

a cry of joy.

evil,

wickedness.

bak
hawk;plur.J[j^z^^'

J1
thd double divine hawk,

J1
the city of the divine hawk.

bat, bati

king of the north.

Bati
W

a proper name.

babat

J--J

water-flood, stream,
9*

AAAAAA

AAAA/V\ /VvAAAA

132

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

to
I

be flooded, inundated.

Bah

J
[

the

god

of

the

Inunda-

AAAAAA

J
bi

^AAAAA

tion.
I

AAAAAA

name

of a fiend.

biu
I

strength.
I
)

,^.1=12.

oneness

(?),

altogether,

^^

lawfulness, legality, truth,


this place (?).

1^^^^^^

bu neb

J
bu nebu
n
I

everywhere, every place.

all

men,

all

people,

everyone, folk in ge-

b u nefer

f]

prosperity, happiness,

bu tu
evil thing, calamity.

J
b

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

133

but
evil

thing,

abomina-

tiou.
I I

offering,

bebait
[j j]

n ^\l///

the mantis.

strong.

the

name

of a god.

flowers.

bebet
[j

'^
|]

fountain head.

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

bebet
bei2

1]

fl

hollow place, cavity.

not.

ibe22ai2a

AAAAAA AAAAAA
fl

to bathe.

AAAAAA

''^

benben

fl

W AAAAAA

fl
II

a kind of wood.

benben J

bier,

funerary couch.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

134

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

J
benbent

J
AAAAAA
AAAAA/ AAAA/V

J
AAA/\AA.
i2i

"^
[Z
HI

hall,

pylon chamber.

jj

ben

AA/vAAA

J A
AAAAAA

to

pass
to

away,
on,

to

dissolve.

go

^n
benen

J A
fj

to beget, to

be united with.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

union.

benen benen

f]

AAAAAA AAAAAA

ring.

AAAAAA ;;::: AAAAAA

a kind of wood. a bird

o
commonly
identified

bennu
AAAAAA

with the phoenix.

J
I

AAAAAA

Y^ the Bennu, the

Soul o Ra.

J
foecnu
ibei2i2

AAAAAA AAAAAA

/r\

matter, pus.

\S|\

"^
I
I

cakes
I

(?),

bread,

the

name

of a city.

to

be sweet, pleasant,

J
benrau
n

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

135

J] <^=^

sweet things, dates, date


wine, pleasant, nice.

WAAA

|N

^^

|>

o
j

benshu
bent
benti

n.xww^^vo:.^

m
J/VSAAAA

'"

bolts.

divine apes, incarnations of the spirits of morning.

J
beh
^=5>.

Ji Ji

to cut, to split,

behen
behen

baleful one.

Ji.=J|^|to
AAAAA/

cut,

to

pierce;

Jl

^^>^
I

JQ
behenn
behes
!

%^

^^'

i^^i'derous.

animals of the wolf or doe:


species.

calf.

a proper name.

bekhekhu
bes

fire.

form

(?).

136

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(in

bes

'^^^

to enter, to pass in, to rise (of the


river).

increase.

bes
bes

"

M MM
f\
j]

flame,

fire,

blaze.

Besu-Ahu

t^

(^^^

a proper name,

a proper name.

bessu

m
J J

rt3

liumours, excretions,

filth.

ooo
J^

Besek
besek

^n

|j^^_^

Sebek, the Crocodile


god.

internal organ of the

^
to vomit.

body

plur.

besh

j'p

=" metal

plates, scales.

III
beka
pregnant.

beka

M
bekau
[|
I

to shine, the

dawn, to-morrow.

|1k

/8n

weakness.

J
beq

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


olive tree, olives

137

j
^^5

^
1

the olive tree in Heliopolis

J^l
11^1 tk(^

a proper name.

beqsu
beqsu
Beqtui

eyeball, skin

(?).

fl/il^vrfh

b^^lance, scales.

Ij^t^^
-T^

f)^

^ proper

name

(?).

bek
belci

[j

"^^

misery.

1)

^ /^

helpless one, sinner

beka

defect, sin, crime, evil, sinner; plur

p
bek a
bekai

,Js^t
1 1

Jo

}^^\m
f]

evil

man. sinner.

bekasu
beksu
bekset
bet

tt

1^\
n

25

t^

"

part of a boat.

fl

ffi

I
I

place

j[

every place.

everywhere.

138 bet
bet

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


O

incense.

grains, seed.

bet

flower

beta
to sin,

commit a

fault,

do wrong.

betau
beta

Jo

sin

wrong

abominable

tliing;plur.

J^^^

^,

Beta

n^n

name

of a city.

betennu llj^tk
swift.

betnu
bet

o
111

incense.

J-^in,J
Tooo

bet

boo
I I

barley.

bet-ti

T w

white barley.

1^ '^ T Will

\\

red barley.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


to

139
dis-

betesh

be weak, powerless, but

J
befesh
|]

vv

^i

posed

to

do

evil.

<=
Dl
I 1

beteshet

impotent fiends;

fern,

sing

J
Befshu
Bet- ti
^^^

P^^^^^%\
fjcrsi^ifj'

name

o a city

a proper name.

bethet(0
betcha

ns^

brought.

J
a
a^
(S^ iza

tool

or

in-

strument.

P.
half of the
city of

Pe

One

Buto

(Per-Uatchit).

Pe

the

little

Pe

(?).

P
pa
D

the.

the

D Y> the one


AAAA^A

w^:5^

the one

who

is

between

140

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

pai-a
pai-f
\

his.

\\

pa
pai
a
to fly, flight.

D
pait
Q

11

te^

bolt hole.

paut
>_^

tk

e ^

stuff,

substance, matter, cakes,

offerings in general.
j

paut

primeval matter, the material out of which the gods and the
universe were formed.

pauti

G
the god of primeval

,^vi
e

matter, the chief

Egyptian god
the
Period.

of

Predynastic

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD

141

pautneteru^ q |A 0q i^i'^
j

111'

G q o
III
I

the whole
I

company

of

the primeval gods,


I.

0^=^^
<^
1 1

iii
!

e
I

^^^ ^

1
of

ia--^:m=
the

names
Nu.

i:ii =111111111 -111111111


0qi 1
1

^''^ ^^^ Great

Company

of the gods,

0q

the Little

Company

of the gods.

oil

IW'
pauUti
^

^^^

J|

the complete
of the gods.

Company

\\

the

Grreat

and

Little

Companies

of the gods.

^:i
^I

pan
Par, or Pal

this.

-^^

a proper name.

Parehaqakheperu
ra

a proj^er name.

142

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


an ink
\J
jar.

pas

A
Pashakasa
pat
(?)

A.

Hii^T^ I
light.
1

''"'"'

name.

^4
D
1

pa
pat

spark, flame, fire; plur.

vll'*

D
j I

men and women,


of people.

people, a class

pait her-f

Q
ifl

@
a

human-faced.

pu

D ^>

mark
D

of

emphasis
/VAAAAA

^ a

puaau n
pui

(T=D

cakes.

a demonstrative particle.

Pui2f
Pl212f

r-|

AAAAAA

the

region

whence

came

dnti

(myrrh) and other aromatic gums


r~|

AA/VAAA

and
Sea.

spices,

a region in Africa

near the southern end of the

Red

The

district of

Punt proper
inland.

was probably

situated

some distance

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


j^tk^

143

P^tra

JA (Nebseni Papyrus),

an interrogative particle.
I'v^.

D^
then?

-I

QA
e.,

What
this

is

this
?

i.

what does

mean

pef
pefa

fa^
^=^

D
a

peR
pefat

~'^

a demonstrative particle.
n
fl

o
pefes
pefses
pefsit

IS
-^
I

nn
n n

to burn,

be hot,

fiery,

a spark,

n
f

^^ cook, bake.
I

baked.

Pen
Pe-l7eseb(?)

D
AAAAAA
,

a
!*_

^l

a proper
J>

name

(?).

pena
peni

D
AAAAAA '*-~C2^,
,

to overturn,

capsize (of a boat),

to invert a matter.

s
.A^

land

(?).

penu
pens

AAAAA^

D
D

rat,

mouse.

AAA/WS ^
M

"

144
K/\^J.J.\^

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


/VAAAAA

",
AAAAAA
/]

PI
/vv/V\AA

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
aaa/w.
t

AAAAAA AAAAAA
d'

/I

to

beat to pieces, to

4-^

macerate.
^^

X
the

Penti
pert

name

of a god.

season of the Egyptian year.

per

house, abode, temple, habitation;


pliir.
1

^
I'l
I
I

celestial

mansions,

perui

D
w

double house.

per aa
Per-abu
^=~^

^^great

house"
of

n'p'lS.

the temple

hearts,

i.

e.,

the

judgment

hall.

per Asar '=^~=^^^

temple of Osiris.
the temple of
Isis.

Per-Ast
Per-Astes

'

^
n

^^

the temple of Astes

5
the temple
of the

Per-Unnut
Per-ur

t=^^^^p
1

Hour-

^^^^^

(u\

goddess.
the ''great House",

cr3i
1

<=>

Sj,
j^\

i.

e.,

^^

^\

the tomb.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


=^ D
the temple of Ptah at
phis.

145

Per^Ptah
Per- Men a

Mem-

-J ,X1I^

n
Z]

the house of coming into


port,
i,

e.,

the tomb.

Per- Menu

the temple of Menu.

Per-neheh

-3

O o

the house

of

eter-

nity, i.e., the

tomb.

Per-neser

the house of

fire.

fl
Per-neter
Per-neter-aa

1^
^
1
Per-Rertii?)

the temple
i, e.,

of the god,

Osiris.

^ z]j&^^
^^^
\\

temple J thenut. ^

of

Shu and

Tef-

Per-Hapt-re

=]^Vr>

the temple of Haptre.

Per-hat

-^

^ "O
^
^ N
I

the temple of hearts,

i.

the

judgment

hall.

Per-Hept'Ur

^
^

=]p

the temple of Heptur.

Per-Heru
Per-Hetch
IV.

the temple of Horus,

nr^2

the

White House".
10

146

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^^^^

D
i

Per-Khenti-menatU'f i^^ m

e^

H N

the temple of the ''President of


his dead".

Per-Sabut

^^=5
I

"^

J ^
11

(^

f)

^^^ house of Sab (or

[T^

Keb), the earth


^^^ temple of Sati.

(?).

Per-Sati

^""^^If^'^D
' '

Per-suten

^
AwvAA

T
'

^
D
^_^.^

f)

the house of the king,


i^

e,,

palace.

Per-seheptet

""*'""
'

the temple of Seheptet.

per-shat

(?)

'

'

^=^^^

^^
1="^

the
i.

house
e.,

of

books,

^
'
'

Hi

library.

Per-Kemkem
Per-Keku
per qebh
'

^^^ R
.i::K>

R
^

the temple of

.i:^

Kemkem.

'

"^^^^

t^ j;:^^

the temple of darkness.

''^^'''^
'
'

fK
(A ^AAAAA

the house of coolness,


i.

e.,

bath

(?).

Per-tep'tu-f ^=~^

@ C^
I

mnD

the temple of
is

him

that
i,

^^^=^

on his

hill,

e.,

Anubis.

Per-Tem
Per-Tehuti

tz"^

"^

^1

^^^^

temple of Tem.

cr-zi

the temple of Thoth.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


cr^
nrzj
to

147
rise up,
to

per

come

forth,

to

A
peru
pert
nr-3

appear, to
nifest;
to

make
v\

oneself

ma-

A \' A
A
cr-zi

<cz:>

^ ^
retreating

come

forth
to

perru

<c::> VN.

appear

the presence.

A,
plur. <=:>
1

H H

Sr

^^^^^^ forth;

"="=>

l'

A
III
;

things which
<cz:> to

appear, manifestations
rorth; <:=r>^ <r:r>

come
exit.

appearance,

per- p

ci-z]

to

come

forth boldly, brave,

A
per her
ta

^^

to

be born on the earth.

pert

em hru

\\ ^^ ^<c=:> tk ^ ^ Jl
IT]

to

come
in,

forth by,

or

the day; the

title

of

several groups

and Chapters
of the

of the

Theban Recension
of the

Book
pert

Dead.

offspring.

^
pert

A
A

cr-zi

^
pertu

things which appear,


offerings.
10*

i.

e.,

^^
A

148

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

pert er kheru

^^ oA
A A

''things
I

which
appear
at the

words",
i

i.

e.,

se-

pulchral
offerings
of

bread,

beer,

oxen,

geese, unguents, etc.

Determina-

tives of these objects are usually

added

to

thus:

,?
I

I
I

i'

UiO

111

111'

cr-3]

0=0
perit
crz}

e
I

-3
I
1

temples.

pen
persen

strip of linen,

bandage.

^6

E^^^ ^^"^
j

cr^ 0=0
'

AAyVSAA

a kind of cake;

plur.
*-

AAAAAA

'

perf

A "^
io

corn,

gram

gener al.

boo'

,-^
I

^^

H
heqat.

fi

white grain.

1.

Perhaps ''measures of grain"

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

149

^1

black grain.
red grain,

peh

^^
A

pehu
pehuut
peht

-^\
(N\^'^

to arrive at, attain to, to

reach

the end.

_^

pehu
P^^'

^^
_^
(] (1

the back part, the end.

pehui

_^^()[]e
the

lower

part
the

of

the

back,
thighs.

buttocks,

pehti

^SS)
stern of a boat.

rv'V AAAAAA

s^Yamp, marsh.
I I
I

\\\ /WWV\ ^ ^J
0.1

AAAAAA
r

pehrer
D D

A
A

to run.

150

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


D
8

pehreru
Pehreri
pehti

runners, a class of being's.

^'Runner'^ a

name

of Ra.

^^^ ^^
strength
'

of

the

thighs

originally, then strength,

might, power, in general.

pekha
Pekhat

1^

to separate.

the

name

of a goddess,

pekhes D
pes
pesakes
D

to cover over, fall on.

ink-jar.

Z5

y""^

\A

mistake

for

'

D
to spit.

f^
H

Q(\

peseh
D
to eat, to bite (of

an insect

or animal), to sting.

Peskheti

w A
pesesh
n
-H

a divine envoy.

ii^=)
1

X ^

CZSZD

to divide, to cleave, to allot.


j

D
D
M

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD,

151

X W

divisions.
,

pesk
Pesk-re

D D

^^"^

to spit.

y^^^

a proper name.

pest (pestch)

e
,

III

Ill

nine,
'

ninth.
III

^,

'^111

111

111^

pest

to shine, to illnmine.

D
-M

ciri

pest
pesttu

D
^::^

f li

rays

of

light

radiance,

Pestu
pest

>^fit^J|

the god of light.

to

spread out like

light.

A
pest
-H

^,-H ^(^
tV
v,
I

back, backbone;

pestu
pest tep

to

move

the head,

pesh
I

to
I

spread out.

152

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


D
AAAAA,\
^^

peshen

X
-^

to divide, to cleaA^e.

w
^

AAAAAA >

Peshenn

name
D A

of a city.

Peq
pequ
peqt
peqt

a region near Abydos.

cakes, food.

ZlCZZD

apparel of fine linen,

pek

niij
ZS
I

to explain.

pek

D
ffl.

byssus,

very

fine,

semi-

SIT
Peka
pekes
"""*""

transparent linen.
I

Ik

name

of a city.

Z5-k'
to spit upon.
J>

pekas

Pekes
pet

name

of

city

and a god.

!F=^

the sky, heaven;

^,V

a.^ii

the heaven of Ra.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


D

153

pet

^ ooo

heaven and
\

earth.

heaven,

earth

and

the

Other World,
petti

^
^^
s:

heavenly beings, denizens of


the sky.

pet

Q o
L
si

.A.

eastern heaven, or sky.

^ tj:Ti
i

western heaven, or sky.


F=;j F

^
-^

i^-

northern heaven, or sky.


J

F=^
petpet D D
Peti

if

southern heaven, or sky.


to crush, break.

a proper name,
W

o
pet
peti

D n

^
-^^,

D ^

^^^

to see.

^
w

<

D ^
,

who
D

what

an

inter-

rogative particle.

peter

D ^
D

^
D

<

what then is it ? i. 6., what does this mean ?

\\ <

154

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


\

peter
petra

"^
[]

'^
]

^
^
"="
f]

to see, look at, observe.

Petra

^^^ ^

the

name

of a god.

Petra-sen

(H J^^^

AAAAAA
I I
I

the

name

of a

river.

Ptah

Ptah, the blacksmith-god of


phis.

Memcr-zi

09

cr-TD

A/WWA

the temple of Ptah.

^
a

or Het-ka-Ptah,
'

'House

cr^

of the double of Ptah",

name of Memphis. The common name of Egypt, 'Alvutttoc:,


appears
to

be

derived

from

these words.

u
Ptah res aneb-f D

"^^

Memphis

of

the

Other World.
TT ,^^_
1^

^Ttah

[to

the]

south [of] his

Wall", Ptah of Memphis.

Ptah-Seker
Ptah-Sekri

isl
World
Sakkarah.

a dual god formed of Ptah


of

Memphis and Seker,


Memphis and

the old god of the Other


of the region of

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

155
a triad formed

Ptah'Sekri'Tem

formed of Ptah of Memphis, Seker, and Temu, an old god of Ann, or Heliopolis.

"

^ 5^ ^K^ U

Ptah'Tanen ^

^ A(hr=L) T T
Ptah-mes Q
pet
D

'^

91

a^^

^ ^^^^ S^^ formed of Ptah


of

li

Memphis and Tanen,

an old cosmic god of the region.


a proper name.

ii'i ^

to

open

out,

to

extend, to

stretch out.

pet
Petet

a kind of unguent.

D D

^
1^

name
to

of a

god and

city.

petsu

^
II
I

break open, opener.


Lake",

Pet-mer

^'Broad

the

name

of a shrine.

F.
he, him,
it,

its,

his.

K^=^

to

bear,

to

carry,

be

car-

fa
fat

ried, to lift up, to dimin-

ish through decay.


156

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^\
K^=^

bearers, carriers.
^
c

da

to raise the

hand.

Fa-a
the god of the lifted hand.

Fa-akhu
Fa-pet

"^^

(S ^

^i^

a proper name.

^'Supporter
of

of the

sky"; the name

the

:od

of the

Seventh Aat.

Fa-Heru

^'bearer of

Horus"; a

name
Fat-Heru
''the

of Osiris.

city of the bearer

of

Horus".
:;;;;:::;;:
I

FaU'herU'Sen

K
^'

'

^
I
1

^'those
lift

who
their

'

>

up

faces"; a class of divine beings.

fau

^
A/\AAAA

(T^

II

riches, wealth,

abundance.

fenkhu

offerings.

Fenkhu
fent

AAAAAA

AAAA/NA
c:^

^ c:^ Jf

vSi
&LL

f)

^^
I

name

of

certain

li

dwellers in Syria.
serpent,
reptile;
AAAAAA

worm,
AAAAAA >AAAA

plur.

o Jf III

Vi

"S

Vy;^>^

2I

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


fent

157

^
AAAAA^
I

nose

plur.
;

^^^^-^

v:^

^^-<=--

^/

^o'

111

/WVV\A

C-o

Fenti
c:^

m
a form of the god Thoth
the

name

of

one of the

Forty-two Judges in the


w

Hall of Osiris.

(1

ijT

fekh

'"^^

to

untie,

unloose,

destroy.

fekhekh
feqat

to burst through.

a bread -cake, food in general.

feka

to

make

water.

S
fetu

worms.

Ill
fettu

^
fish.

^^ tk <S^
-

feUab

languor, disgust, weariness.

158
ftu

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


II
II
7
I

INI

II'

i'

four

fourth.

fetqu

(5

destruction, damage.

M.

em

sign of the present participle.

em

particle of negation, no, not; -i w ,


I

Si^
to stink

let

not

make

(my name).
into,

em.
in,

from, on,
out

at,

with,

from,

of,

upon,
ing
to,

as, like,
of,

accord-

in the

manner

among.

em ab
opposite, in front
of,

confronting.

em bah
C=v)

C=V)

before, in the presence of

the

^
f^=LD

^=11)

old form
riS)

is

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

159
of.

em bah

a
^i^^^r^

r'=iD

before, in the presence

em

paitu \K

"t^ 1k
\\

f] fj

^
(^

before,

when

not yet.

em nem {uhem)
em

]I\K

nem. (uhem) a \K

a second time.
|

em. ruti

K
\K

t^

"^

^^

outside.

em em

hat

hati a \K

_^ ^

before.
^

em

her

^j^
D

upon.

em khen

M
n
d ^
cri]
inside, within.

em khennu

^^-^SrO AAAAAA AAAAA/

e222

khenn

em. khert

on behalf

of.

em khet

^
^^
I

A A

behind
train

after
of.

in

the

em

sa

at the

back

of,

behind, after.

'

160

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


qet

em

k
^
tO:^

D ^

round about, throughout,

ma

part of a boat.

to

be new,

to

renew,

^^ made new, _>^

mat

new.

maa

-C2>-

to see, to

^IX^

look

upon,

maau

>^^%|,-J^
I

to be-

hold,

obI
I

iMaaf
-<2>- /^ -C2>-

serve,

per-

ceive
_Zi
'

<s>-

J^ _M^ Ji

AAA AAAAAA

tk

seen, observed;

plur.part.

^-^^{jlj^,
glance

maa
-C2>222

^
'.

-^

sight, view,

a af (or arit?)
,

^y^'o
eye
;

,:>^^
<:=i
i

^y^*"
I

an eye.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

161

maati

(or ariui?)

"^^^:^

^^
-C2>-

o
O O

^
ei
W
'
I

the two eyes.

o
O W
I

maat
maat nebt
-^^^^^
I

eyes.

every eye,

i.

6.,

every

body,

all

people, folk,

mankind.

maat Ra
^
i22aaf JFferu
'

eye of Ra.

K
1

"^
/I

*^^-^

i^

right eye of Ra.

eye of Horus, the


offerings.

name

of

222aat

SAu
3

eye of Shn,
eye of Tem,
^:^irzir

i.

e.,

the sun.
the sun.

niaat Tern

i.

6.,

maa-ant-f

9
-/J

^^
^^"=^

5i

the

name

of a plank,

^
AAA/^A

or peg, in the magic

boat (Chap.

XCIX).
of

maa-anuf

-<2>-

>

the
of

name
the
11

one

J\

Forty-

two Judges
lY.

in the Hall of Osiris.

162

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Maa-atef'f-kheri'beq-f

^
1

'^^= J|

the

name

of one of the spirits

who guard

the bier of Osiris.

Maati-f-em-khet -^^

X
'4ie

whose

two
;

eyes are of fire"


w
of the

the

name

of

one

Forty-two Judges in the

Hall of Osiris.

Ma a ti-f- em -tes

"he whose two


eyes are like

knives";

the

name

of

one
in

of the Forty-two

Judges

the Hall of Osiris.

Maa-em-kerh-annef-em-hru

"he who seeth in the night what is brought to him in the day";
a proper name.

Maa-ha-f
-C2>-

Maa-ha

^
f
I

"seeing what is

behind him"
a proper

name.

Maa-heh-en-renput
of years";

r^
III

i^

seemg

^^^^^wvA

millions

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Maatuf'her-a -<^
a proper

163

name.

Maaiu-su

(?)

?^[

a proper name.

Maa-thet'f

.^^
^l\

a proper name.

maar

restraint,
fliction,

misery,

af-

maar

wretched one, oppressed one.

maa
maauti

lion,

the lion-lioness god,

i,

e.,

Shu

and Tefnut.

maa
)
I

to

be right, straight,
true,
is

just,
I

to

pay
it

which
I I

legally
is

maau
maa-kheru
PI

due, or
right
to

what

pay,

to

give a statutory offering.


''true

word", or

"true of word",
or "true voice",
or "true of voi-

ce",

he whose

word when
spoken is followed unfailing^
D

ly

by the

effect

maat-kheru

desired.

These

words are placed after the


11*

164

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


names
of the dead,

and appear

to

mean something

like ^'triumphant",

crown
right.

of

triumph;

S^
is

to

be

maat

f?

f?

^
I

'

'

truth,

what

right, true,

c=^==n

^
D

straightness, law, order;

'

V.

^^ I ^

^\

doubly true

o)
exactly.

ili_ the scales balance


^ '^^)\ ''[with] the cord of
e
,

maat",

i.

uniformly and regularly;


beautiful truth,

PHI

^
=^ji^
^
A
n

a righteous judge.

true, right of heart.

^^^^
H

S^
I

^^^^ lapis-lazuli.

^^^ O'

^ .=^

J]

thy genuine friend.


real royal scribe.

in

very

truth,

s^

AAWsAA

really true.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

165

s^r^
Maat

most truly a mystery.

m mi
the goddess
of truth,

law, order, etc.

Maati
r r

w 5a

i'

the two goddesses of truth,

maati

truth, right.

Maatiu ^^7
(sic)

the gods of truth, law,

^^=3

^
a

order, etc.

maat

^^

district,

or region.

the cities or districts of the

two Maati

sroddesses.

mi
maa maa
AAA/\AA
AAAA/NA
.?:

limb.

.-y
1

windsail, wind, breeze

plur.
;

22

166

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

maa maa
maautu
maftet

^
A
r^t^l

to stretch out (?).

to journey.

stalk.

>
DOG

lynx.

^
palm
(?)

mama
Manu
maha
r-^^

tree.

the Mountain of Sunset,

f@
<$.

a part of the head,

mahu

part of a boat.

mahu
mast
Mastiu

tk Jl

^
I I

a crown, wreath.

j-l?

leg; dual

^j-^l^,
I

-^

^^~"~~

"^s.

'

^ group of star-gods.

m aqet
mtak
mtaut

^ '^ ^i
Z5

ladder; plur.

oil

a precious stone.

ooo
1

matu

^ '^'^ %\

^
el

incense.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

167

Matchat

the

name

of a city.

ma

fl

fl

Jl

^s,

like,

concerninc^,

even

as.

^^^'^^^X^

like that

same

one.

AAAAAA

^
f\

^
,

w
I

AAAAAA

I
I

inasmuch

as,

even

as.

/
I

AAAAAA

like that which.


AAAAAA
(1

after the

manner

of.

^1
mati
w

D
a person or thing resembling another person or thing, type, copy.

divine image

^
;

his divine

images.

matet

c^

c^

picture, likeness,
unto, copy of
;

similitude,
x

like

v\

likewise.

man

AAA^ n AAAAAA

A Q
f\

AAyvAAA AAy\A h ^..wv.


f\

1^

tQ.(Jg^y^

168

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

mau
man mau
mau

AAAAAA.

^I^
n

lion;

I
j^

H^^

lions.

t^

to

knead, to mould, to fashion.

ma

give grant,
J

let

there be!

who?
be-

what? behold!
hold thou

v\

Si.
!

/wvAAA

Ill
bring

behold ye
'^

mta

s.
maa
maai

come

give

\\

^^I'^f W
A
J

on

A
ill'

Maau'taui

name
'-

of a god.

maat
maaat

^=

^
nrz2

place.

^
nrz2

name
thirty.

of a place.

mab
mabiu

nnn
nnn
fl

Q |^

^^^ thirty great gods.


I

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

169

mabit

nnn
I

name

of a place or building.

nn:n

c-D
turquoise.

mafket

^
\
AAAAAA

Manaat
v.

^^

== \\

Marqatha\\

mahai
mahatti

^
>^
\\

ra

m m
'

cr^

the

name

of a scod.

^==' people, tribe, gene' '

rations

(?).

^
w
ra
n

fire.

ra

mahui

milk vessels, udders

S^
mahena

(?).

\\

AAAAAA

milk vessel,
standard,

maha

Mahu
makha
makha
makhat

the

name

of a

man.

^-^
K
\K

J\

to weigh.

p.

^AAAAA

balance; JTTI
the

balance

of the earth.

41

170

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

\K

^I^%>)]i

>

intestines.

sledge for a sacred

boat or

s^od.

makhiu

\\-'U\^\^\ ^
I

^^^^'^'

'^'^^

'^''^'''^

burning on them.

makhent

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

a boat.

^
masheru

\N

\^

evening, eventide.

makat

place.

maku
maki
maket
makeGti

to protect, protection.

protector.

a thing which protects, amulet.

o objects
Ill

made

of turquoise.

makha

^'^f

to turn round, or behind,

back

of the head.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

171

maket
maqet

\\

^^^

station, place.

W -
Ji^ ^
<::^

M ^^^

ladder.

matau

D Ai

weapons,
harpoons.

short

spears,

D
matenu
Ma^es

^lil
ways, roads, paths.
JI
I

^^^t^ ^5^ Jv^ AAAAAA


I
I

^^
(?)

a proper name.

Mates-arui

^^^^

^=^=^ ^=:^^
;

1K^ H
\K

^ ^ O
I

fl

D ^
\

^^^

^^^^

"^^^^^^

knife-like eyes.

matet (mantchet)

^^
Xix:

rn

"^^

the boat in which the

sun

sailed
to

'"''

from sunrise
noon.

mathennu
match a

\K

n%.1(^ ^^
^9^
I

ways, roads, paths.

\K

phallus.

matchabu

^
\\ \\

^^^

f]

^
'

^^

chain, fetter.

Matchet

"^
^

=^ ,--^-^

a proper name.

172

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


to
s;
fl

matchet

use force, to compel, to

constrain.

Misheps

M\
AAAAAA
AAAAAA

a proper name.

n
water, essence.
AAAAAA AAAAAA
I

mu

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

pool
^

/VvAAAX AAAAA^ C^

1^

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

'^

the
AAAAAA
AA^NAAA

pool of the well of Amenti

^ ^ Ql

"^

the pool of Kheraha.

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
]

the god of the water, or divine

AAAAAA AAAAAA

essence
7

O
AAAAAA
AAAAAA
I

essence of

^^\

AAAAAA
AAAAAA VSAAAA AAAAAA
J

Ra.

V
^
I

AAAAA\

brow

(surface ?) of the water.

^^
^-^

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA


AAAAAA
AAAAAA

what

is

in the water.

AAAAAA LI

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

222[u]lY
AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

water.
AAAAAA
AAAAAA AAAAAA

mu

a decoction, as in
AAAAAA 7^ AAAAAA
AAAAA\
I

f
flower water.
^^^

^^^^WVA

Q
I

AAAAAA
AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA ?^ AAAAAA

^^^^ o
sAAAAA
III

saltpetre water.

AAAAAA
A^yvAAA

<"

TT

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
I

1(10

mcense
water.

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


AAAAAA
AAAAAA

173

incense water.
[ I

AAAAAA AAAAAA

T==i
L,

AAAAAA fV>n
AAAA/V\

^^
-XL

dirty water.

mut
Q

(O

mother.
J>

^on'^Q8\
znuti

^^ O

parents.

Mut

the Mother-goddess

par

excel-

^c^

Z.nc. of
j^

Egypt

;^^|^
in the horizon

AAAAAA

Mut
of

o
heaven"

ci

^1

motherdeities.

mut
I

weights for scales.


frmn
i

MuUresta

S^

a proper name.

1
Mut'hetepth ''2^ =:^
^

a proper name.

mut
^
o

to

die,

death,

the

dead, the damned;

U
'

J^^^

jS

J^^:^

174

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Menu

^
^^

name
tion

of

a god of generafertility.

and

Menu-Heru

Menu

Horns.
I

Menu-suten-Heru-nekht

^^

-D/fv

name

of Osiris.

Menu-qet ^^

a proper name.
to

men
ment

^^^ ^^^
AAAAAA
>

be permanent,
to

stable, firm,
to

^AAAAA

be

fixed

remain
AAAAAA

.t^^^
AA/\AAA
L
iJ-

AAAAAA U

ll

[1

abiding, fixed.

menu
menu

t^^^
AAA/W\

tk\ \^
yj

"^^^
'

possessions, things

which abide.

1
r

^ ^
^

l-j
AAAAAA

1 1 1

11

D
AAAAAA

cz-^

chamber,
bases, pedestals.

III
1

Ment
menti

,1

ni

1,

AAAAAA

name

of a god.

AAAAAA

iiwim
^

menti

null..

the two thighs.

AAAAAA

Jr

V\ ^

men
ment

e^^

to

be in pain,

sick.

l-J
,

v^v

vv

,,

AAAAAA

^%^
1
.
.

pain, sickness, disease.

Jf

j
I I

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

175

men
/\AAAAA

sucli

and such an one.

Men a

name

of a

god or

city.

=yH
mena
AAA/\AA

to tie

>^i^.

AAAAAA
.1111111,

n
\

up a boat to the mooring post, to come into port,


to

land,
I

to

die
arriv-

n
h^
>~r^.

ju^oi^ n

M>

ing.

1 1 1 I

mena
AAAAAA

post to which boats are tied

menat

,1111111.

up or moored.
mooring
I

menau
i )

posts

stakes

of

death.

mena
menat

^^11
ill nil.

\
J

end, ending

I]

^ | I

a happy ending, or death.

mena
mena-tu

the dead.

AAAAAA

)
I
I

menat
AAAAAA
1

is

funerary bed,

bier,

death,

meni

^nn

to slay,

put to death.

176

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


a musical instrument.

menat

men at
menu
r^^^^

breast.

-\
i--j
M
ri 11
I

ministrants,
[ I

menmen
menment

m i
1 1 1

A
5^.

to

go about.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

imin.

II

II

n.

cattle,

farm stock.

menh
menhu

dff^

wax.

jom^

^1

to offer up.

Menhu
menkhu

name

of a god.

to
I

work, wrought, well


finished,
excellent,

AAAA/V\

^
(J

}
J

worked
ayoII
AAAAAA
()

or

inlaid,

perfect,

disposed,

well-

doing
AAAAAA

Am perfected
valuable things,

Menkh
menkhet
AA/VNAA

M
M
Ml
1

the beneficent god

(?).

apparel, clothes, garments.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

177

Menqet
A
1^^^-^

A ^

^^ J
a proper name,

the

name

of a goddess.

Ment
o o
merit
AAAAAA

swallow.

ment't
znenti

AAAAAA

apple of the eye.


(r

U^
5

AAAAAA

\J\y

the two breasts.

^^
Mei3tl2u
AAA/vAA

the
U
I

War-god of Hermonthis, who was at a later period


identified with Ra.

ei^

Mentchat
iner

d^^^ ^

"^

the

name

of a city.

overseer, superintendent,

major-domo, steward,
I

officer of soldiers.

^a:
met
IV.
)

overseer of the granaries.

AAAAAA AAAAA^

a water-course, canal.
12

/SAAAAA

178

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^^izzr

f\
^

mer

pool, tank, cistern


;

plur.

III*

II
->

^
,

^'
... AAAAAA

rxv

swamps,

lakes.

^^
I

^ "^^ Lake J^^ ^ n

of Maat.

AAAAAA

\n\i
'2L

Lake
gods.

of

the Maati

'

3=1 9 IK "^--^

Lake

of the geese.

"="
b:
1

'^^^.'^Jl JT"^ -ff^crr3"iLi


H
H-

Lake

of tnc hori-

zon-g-ods.

Lake

of Fire.

^*5:>^

name

of a mythological

Lake.

meru

^^=^

fl

peasants, agricultural labourers.


]

mer

^^
SK ^^"^
Y

tobesick,ill;f^^](

sick

diseased, or perhaps

the dead.

meru
merau

.i^
fl

^
^

pain,
cay.

sickness,

disease,

de-

^""^^^

Mer

s^

<==^

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


222

179
to

er

to love,
f

to

desire,

wish

for,

to will.

meru
merr
merru

loving, lover, beloved

[I

lover, beloved

<=!>[]

[i^

lovers.

mertu

s^
mert

^
merit
""==^ A
r

^^

love, desire, wish,


will.

^
(5

merrt

Mer
Mert
Meritti

1^
^^]\i

a proper name.

Si.s-I

name

of a eroddess.

a group of gods.

Merti
two goddesses.

222er
s
a

to bind, to

tie,

12*


180

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^
LJl

meru
Mer-ur
merahat
-^

swathing, bandage.

5^
^ fl

the Mnevis Bull

^^^
R ?\

tomb, sepulchre.

meruh
meriut

tk

oar, paddle.

a kind of tree.

Meres

Metis
merh

U
;>

a proper

name

(?).

merhet
mert

wax.

the

name

of a part of a boat,

Mert

name

of a city,

Mert

a proper name.

me h ait
meh

k^l^^i

roof.

/-r--^

^T--^
'l
I

^-r-^

,^Si 1^^Si
:

cubit,
II
I'l

II

/-r-^^

nnn ^T-^ n. nnn

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

181

meh

o^
to
fill,

be

full;

^ "^^"^ ^
,

full;

^|](]

filling,

filler;

^
of

b^

^;
chat,
i,

the

filling

the

Ut-

e.,

full

moon;

^v
Eye
of

"^^^

Jy the filling of the


;

Horus
[
(]

g^

[I

v:^

"^

V a stream filled with flowers.


to

meh meh

sa

"^"^^

[^
AAAAAA AAAAAA
AAAAAA

be complete.

to

be inundated, submerged,

drowned.

mehit
AAAAAA
AAAAA<\
\A/^AAA

AAAAAA

flood.

Meh-urt

^R^p
A
AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA
^.^
*^^

AAAAAA

^' ^^

"^^

(C:^

oc:><^

AAAAAA ^/\'^AA'AAAAAA

very ancient sky goddess, afterwards identified with Nut.

.^-

^
^:li

AAAAAA ^>\^^ AAAAAA J^H^

^^

AAAAAA

i:^

meh

^><=>\

unguent

(?).

182

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

meh meh

o^
<=><=>\
^

wmg, pmion.

I A
^

^ M

^= ^
I

""^

garland.

Mehanuti'Ra

%\ "^

11

''^^^

^ proper

name

(?).

mehut
mehuti

^>^

offerings.

^|e^^
^><=^

oil

Mehi
Mehiu
mehit

\W
X w
8
(]
[]

a proper name.

>^
<=''==\

<G=^

fisli.

mehef

cxz=x^

a kind of stone.
(MD

Mehen

""^
AAAAAA

I
name
dess.

of a

god and god-

Mehenit

="==^

^^&,
Mehenet
^^'^^^ AAAAAA

name

of a city,

mehenet ^"'^^y^ AAAAAA / ^ T


"^

the north wind.


I I

'^'

placed before numbers;


^,
,

^,

^,

niii,^niiii.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

183

meht meht
mehti
<x=^
cxzzx^

vessel,

plaque

(?).

-^ o<=>^
I

'^ W
<=><=^ \>

o^

^
the north in general, the

Ch

north
cz^

of

Egypt,

i.

e.,

^
the

(^
I

f.f.f
mehtiu

Delta;

^ ^

I'

\>

north-west.

northern beings,

men

or

gods

AAAAAA
,

lords

of

the

north,
tlie

i.e., in late

times,
i

(ireeks

^^

-^i^

nest of the northerners.

Meht
meht

^""^

TA'Tf.k

^^

the goddess of the North.

mehit

<=><=>\

|[

the north wind.

i22ehmu(?)c><^|e'[)[jll|^

mehu
mehti

0^=X^

..^^

oil.

184

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

the

name

of one of the

Seven Cows.

mehtet

^^*=^ 8

'^"^

to bathe.

Em
em khennu ^
mekhsef
name
of a

within.

wooden

instru-

ment.

i22es

J]

A
I

to bring;

"TT"

JK

bringer,

mesu
m.est

A
^

bringing.

to walk, approach.

A
to give birth to, to

bring forth,

n
IP

to

produce,

to
|T|
;

fashion;
I

!,

N born of

V:^

born;

P^^^^liS^/Si.
giving birth a second time to
mortals
ir:i

^^u.-.rtip

\^

/\AAAAA
I

most

i-i.i

^ ^

genetrix.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

185

mest

n 1^^, fll^

birth: plur.

mestu

n
1

^V:>i birthday,

mes
mesu

child,

offspring.

Mm
mesesiu
':,y

children.

mesu nebu mesu betesh

^^
'
'
'

all

who are born, i, the human race.

e,,

malicious but
II
I
I

poAverless
fiends.

mesu entNu

AAAAAA AAAAAA
I I

AAAAAA

children of the di-

<^

AAAAAA

vine

water,

i,

e.,

plants.

186

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


]0
I

mesu Nut
mesu Heru
n^

^p
i

children o the Sky-

\,

(iH

goddess.

children of Horus (Kestha,

Hapi, Tuamut-f,
nuf).

Qebhsen-

mesu Serat beqet


mesit

1^

J
I

0=0

cakes

eaten

in

the

evening.

e
mesbebi?)
fhn(]j]^=^
,>|^

banded

(?).

Mes-peh
MeS'Ptah

[j

|\

a proper name,
a proper name.

Mes-em-neter

V\

"i
I

f]

^ proper name.

mesmes

to

count

(?).

mesmes
mesnekht

m
'

A
\\

Vol. II, p. 251,

1.

2.

^
C)\_i

birthplace.

c~n
1

ems eh
emsehu

I "^

crocodile

plur.

^
I I

croco diles
If

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

187

emsehu

^Pl^^
I

. s.a,.

meskhen
H
meskhent

the birth-place of
A,\AAAA

a god
dess
AAAAAA
AAAAAA
C
;

or

god-

region

in

the

Sekhetthe

Aaru where
duced;

rrrmi

gods were proAAAAAA


I

AAAAAA

Q ^o

[Z-I]|
[irz]

u
the four
birth-

places of
dos.

Aby-

Meskhen-aat
I

nrz2
AAAAAA

the
t^

name

of a god-

dess of birth,
of

or

a birth-place.
the

Meskh en-ment
I

AAA/VV\

AAAAAA (^

name

of a of

goddess

birth,

or of a birth-place.
f\

Meskhen-nefert ^

f\

n~z2

the

name

of

goddess of birth,

or of a birth-place.

Meskhen- Seqebet

rK

fj

\Z3 n

JI

the

name

of a god-

dess of birth, or of a birth-place.

Mesespekh
D ^

a proper name.

Messhenu

= Meskhenu.
A^AAAA VC

188

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

meska
Mesqen
Mesqet

^\^
fh
fj

skin.

nrz2

a region of the Other World

through which the deceas-

iz
^
I

ed must pass before he


could reach
the

Sekhet-

Aaru.

mesqet
III

weapons.

mestemu

^^

-<:H>-

to paint the eyes

with kohl.

eye -paint, stibium, koM,


leg.

mest
fli

fi

mestet
I

^^^

to dislike, to hate.

mestha

palette.
is

The
q^,

true
v.

reading

Kestha,

Mest ha

c.

one of the four sons of Horus.

The

true reading

is

Kestha,

'^]m
mest c her
1 n

2- V.

I
n

B ^ B 4

ear.

B^4

the two ears.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

189

mestchetch

p^
\K
J]

to hate,

mesh a
meshen
Em-qetqet
^=^^
Jl
\l

bowmen,

soldiers.

Chap. ex. B.
^^=^^

16.

^\l
met (mut)
met

^
'ill

the

name

of a spirit,

crnrl. or god.

the dead, the damned.

ten.

ni, niijOiii, niiii,niiiii,n

,n

II

tenth.

nonononono no
,

lifi^

III

o
^-

lUiD
III

1^'

mil

nno ^ iii^'n^^
MID no
I

metu
metut

"^%\/^^

venom, poison.
f=i^

^ :^ ^,
^ o metmet met
Jfl

f7^,

seed,
I

progeny;
I.

r^TD
I

1^1

to

eavesdrop

(?).

to
I

be right, what

is

right,

meti

the

mean;
(?)

^
meter

the exact truth

to

bear witness, to
to

testi-

metru

fy,

give evidence.

^1

190
znetu

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

\u
i

^in

to

speak,

to

talk, tell, de-

clare.

m
metet

word
talk
tion

speech,
declara-

pronoun-

cement.

metut

words

speech,

things (like the

Hebrew

*1D*l)

word

of

wis-

1-

iii4

dom:

^4^
of

n
III

llli

words
gods

the

d
of

^
truth;

^l_Q
11

words
"^^

nT

^ "^
I

words

of evil, blas-

phemy.

MetU'ta-f

x/'

ooo

a proper name.

\
c=s^ "KnifeI

Me tes-her-ari-mer

face,

guardian of the Lake"; the name of the doorkeeper of


the Sixth Arit.


OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.
191
of

Metes-sen

^^^

'''^

the

name

the

door-

'

'

keeper of the Seventh


Arit.

metch

to

be deep
^^

T^

[1

deep

^
metchtu

very

dee]).

y^^^ZZ
I I

^byss.

.M. AAAAAA

deeps, depths.

metchaub
"''''"''

\\

(s

^^i
f)
;

fetter.

^^v\
,

salve, ointment,

oil.

V^n
Vy,

a preposition,
cause.

in,

to,

for,
:

be-

With

additions

AAAAAA

of;
7^

with
AAAAAA

plural
iiCN

following,

1'

l'^>

192

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA

aa/wna

we,

us.

no, not ==
AAAAAA

.,-/u.

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

h
^^sX
'AAAAAA

_>
i*\

ZV-,

^^

^
P

invisible.
AAAAAA
AAAAAA
f]

na

those,

the;

a5>^

S^?

those

who

are after.
those of

naiu

those of;
thine

\
those belonging
to.

na
nai

AAAAAA

I^
air,

A/VVA'VA

w ind.

,-r^^

nau
Naarik
Naarrut
Naarrutf
-.

AAAAAA

,^^^

a proper

name

(?).

jn

AAAANA

-^

A^^ c-a ^2^


fN

<--":>

'the place

where

nothing grows", a name for a


region
of

the

iVanaaruff ,,^%^

n
^

^s>- c-i:

Other World. See An-rut-f.

Naarerut

"^

^ ^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

193
of a god.

name

Nak

(?)

^en Aker-^'^^^
Si

'^J(?)

Nathkerthi
n-a
AAAA/\A
1

AAAAAA
LI

AAAAAA

I,
J

me, my.

nah
nas

AAAAAA

m]ury.

qra
to call,
AAAAAA
V

cry out, invoke


1

AAAAA/

AAAAAA

^Zi^

nj

AAAAAA

1
|

nasu

AAAAAA

<r\

i2,

invoked.

Nak

AAAAAA

the

name of a enemy of Ra.


ds,

fiend

and

enemies.

na
naai
nat

AAAAAA

wA

to journey, to travel, to come,


to arrive, to

advance.

Naau
name
of a

god or

devil.

nau
IV.

fiend, devil; plur.


I

13

194

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA

naa
nar

a decree
ture.

(?),

a design, pic-

a reed pen, painting reed,


I

Nart

M
I

a proper name.

Nartiankhemsenf "Z^^ O''^^


nash
AAAAAA
\X

name

of

mighty

one.

i=srzi

Id
;

nak

AAAAAA
fl

AAAAAA

to

break open,

to split.

nakeka
ni
(?)

AAAAAA

to cackle.

ffiffi AAAAAA AAAAAA AAyvAAA


Q

AAAAAA f]

'^^^

and

nima

AAAAAA

who ?

S^
to salute, to acclaim.

mm
nu

AAAAAA AAAAAA

O
of.

^ ^o
r

n
/

^^""^

4x1

i^

7;;\

D<=^>
I I

f\/\^

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

i*==P=*

'

D nr^ <==>, iM O a'


I I

A o

III

Nu

name

of a scribe.

AAAA/^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


""-^
AAAAAA

,195

nu

ODD
l^

~^~^
AAAAAA

the watery abyss o

the sky.

*J

^"
nu

^^^
\^

Z:
AAAAAA AAAAAA
/r\ <f\

D
AAAAAA
/Pv

the Sky-god

'i

AAAAA.^

AAA/W\

i\

/J\

AAAAAA

TV

very ones;
AAAAAA
-PN

5^
,,^^,,^^

V\

aaaa^

^^
!

"^

'^
|

^AAAAA

these
22

'^^ v\

these who.

^v^tk
^T"^ t^

(^

season, perioc?, time.

nu
rzu

to

see,

to watch,

to

observe

y^ty
"^C^^^

>

to

go away, go about.

nu
nu nu

to
Q

be strong,

to strengthen,

'^^'^O^yc^^Ac

^^^^^^^'

(?)

^r^TV j^^
-^-"^^

adorations, praise, worship.

nuit

weapon, knife, short dagger.

^
o

III'

ooo

r^^^ gold
AAAAAA

fine

gold

AAAAAA
jj

golden
a

light.

Nub-heh

(^'^^^^^W

S\
\

^'Eternal
Osiris.

gold";

name
13*

of

III

^11^

196

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


to
s;

nub

mould,

to shape, to fashion,

to
(^

form

fwl

C^^i^

(!

(I

fashioned, inlaid.

nubheh
Nubti

fwTi

blossom,

floAYer.

name
w
i.

of

the

god

of

Ombos,

e.,

Set.

nun
\AA/W\

to

pay homage.
a kind of bird.

nur

AA/VW^

nuh
nuh

AAAAAA
.

D
AA/N/^AA

to
^

masturbate.

to bind, to tie, to fetter.

D
AAAAAA

^
Ill

cords, cordage, rigging, tackle.

nuhu
nubti

""^^^^

flower, blossom.

AAAAAA

'^^^^s^'^X'X

W
I. I,

P^^^^

^^ horns.

nukh

va
O
r^

to

be burnt,

nuk
^
'
I

o
AAAAAA AAAAAA

0^
I.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

_;

even

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

197

nut

D ^ O ^

the sky, heaven.

Nut

r^i
the Sky-goddess, the wife
of

Seb

or

Keb
sail

the

name

of

in the

o Q
c^

magic boat.

Nut

AAAAAA

^1
>

the night sky.

nut
nut

(^
111'

'^^

^\"

e
111

cords, ropes,

City;

plur.

AAAAAA

city of god.

nuti

citizens.

nui
O

^
AAAAA/

AAAAAA AAAAAA

I I

nut

AAAAAA AAAAAA TT

^
AAAAAA AAAAAA A/WV\A
,^>,

AAAAAA AAAAAA
AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

canal,
flood,

stream,

river,
col-

any large

O
AAAAAA

lection of water.

AAAAAA

^1

s:

198

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^
"^^^^

,wwaa

Nut'Urt

''great

city"

the

name

of

^
ra

lake in Sekhet-Aaru.

NutU'hru ^^^'^^^(^
nuti

t^

a proper name.

7^ ^

-K

sweet

air (?).

nut

^r^'^^=^^^
p^I^ ^h\^K'

to bear,

to carry, to

journey.

Nutiu
gtj

%\ M^^li
A
1^

^ class of divine beings,

^^

(in
]

late

times

fw^

or F^=^),

each,

AAAAAA

^
neb

'
I

Jr\

l|

^^

every kind

of evil thing,

with bu,

1^;:^:^,

J^

,^^~-^

every-

where.
gt, neo

See also under


J
]
1

^.

__, ^__. 5^ ^^ ^^1=:^,^=^^,.^^


.^:^

lord, master, sovereign;

,_,
i

^,

e
lady, mistress
;

III

rzebf

^^==^
^^

in late times ''lord".

^ju

^^

lord

of,

possessor

of,

owner

of, e.g.,

^^3:7

compare the use

of

hv:^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

199
a

neb abu
neb Abti

O!
Oo

"lord of hearts";

name
a

of

Ahi.
a

lord of the East";

title

of

tj S
neb amakh
I

Ra.
"lord of veueration",
i.e.,
is

one to

whom

service

^-^T"
neb Amenti

rendered
paid;

and

homage

^^=^^J^:

"lord of Amenti"
of Osiris

name
the

ft

lords of the Other


C^
C2i

World

"lady of
ti",

Amen-

title

of Hathor.

neb aaui
'lord

of

the two hands".

neb abui

\\
>

'1

ord of the two horns'


title

of of

Amen;

the

name

one of the

Forty-two Judges in
the Hall of Osiris.

neb ankh

^
.

"lord of life"
\

title of Osiris.

k-"^

the

title

of the sarcopha-

^-us

and the
7 r\

bier;
C\

late
I

/VAAAAA

form

200

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

nebt

ankh^

Q
'

AAAAAA

J-

"lady of

life"

title of Isis.

nebt unnut
AAAAAA

f)

"lady of the hour"; a proper

name.
'lord of the urert
title of

neb urert neb useru

crown" a Osiris and of Horus.


;

\
1
^

j
I

"lord of strength, or

^
j

powers"; a

title

of

the Sun-god.
title

neb baiu
neb pat
nebt per
D

"lord of souls"; a

of se-

veral gods. "lord of mankind"


[ '

title of

^ O

Horus.
i.

"lady of the house",


ried

e.,

a marIt
is

woman, house-wife.
""y"" is
is

possible that
to

not intended

be read, and

only a deter-

minative.

speaks of

The Egyptian to-day his "house", meaning


and family.

his wife, or his wife

neb

man

>
^
;
,

t^ -o^j-lfi
I
I

possessor of
or :ood

many eyes,

sia^ht.

neb maat

possessor of truth or law,


I

^^1
neb Maati

lord of the double City of

Truth.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


nebt maket

201

S^^=
^""^^

nebu en meht

^^^
^^^^==^

''lords of the

north"

the
;

peoples of the Delta


late times the

in

Greeks.

Neb nebu ^
I

\" Lord
I
I

of lords"; the

name

of

one of the Forty-two Judges


in the Hall of Osiris.

neb nefu ^

\\i"
^
^
I

lord of winds"; a
Osiris.
i. 6.,

title

of

neb nemt ^
neb neru ^ AA

^^^^^^^

"lord of steps",

one

who

^111

has the power to walk.


'lord of victories"
;

title of

the heart of Osiris.

neb neter metut

"lord of the words of the

11

god",

i.

e.,

one

who

un-

derstands the hierogly-

phic language.

neb renput ^
III

"lord of years",

i. e.,

aged one.

neb rekhit ^
neb Re-stau
I

"lord of the rekhit^\ a class


of

men.
q. v.,

"lord of Re-stau",
I
I I

title

of Osiris.

neb henu

^;:z:

\AAAAA ~ll

nn

/^

"lord
^

of
is

praises",
-*-

i. e.,

he

S.

who

praised.

neb heru

^=zi

q> q>

"lord of faces"
]

the

name

of

one of the Forty-two Judges


i^ in the Hall of Osiris.

?!

202

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^^z:7|o|
]

AAAAA^

neb heh

'qord of eternity";

title

of

Neb khat {^^}


nebu khaut
"^^^^^

J\ the goddess

Nephthys

(?)

^"^^
i ,

"loi*ds of altars",

i, e.,

gods

"

to

whom

altars

have been

dedicated.

neb khau

^zzz^

''^^^^^

^-^Ui

%\)fl

^^ crowns, or risings" of Ra.

title

neb khut ^^^

% ^n^

''lord of the

horizon"; a

title

of Ra.
^^^~^
t]
I

neb kheveru

^ W

''^^^^ ^^
I

transformations",
of

i. e.,

he

many changes.
i.

nebkhet

^^2^^

"^^^^ ^^ things",
of creation
;

e, lord
^;:z:7 V:^
i

plur.

nebu Kher- Aha

l^

Q^\C^
Kher-aha",
i.

S\
e.,

"lords

of

Temu and

his fellow deities.

nebt Sau

'^^^..^T'^

U.?)

:&mjr(miy

the "lady of Sais",

e.,

Neith.
i, e.,

nebsetut^^^\^^
neb sent
^^zzp'

lord of light",
of light.

giver

^^ ^^ Q

''lord of fear",

i.

e.'

he who in

spires fear.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

203
i. e,,

neb

sekhtir^

000

^
\

'lord of the field",

masof

ter of the field,

title

the Bull-god.

nebt Seker

ffi

''lady of silence"

name

of the

Other World.
i.

nebu kau

'^

tk

"lords of food",

6.,

gods to

whom
e.,

-^

'

food offerino^s are


j

s'iven.
i.

neb kesu ^

h
s

"lord of bowings",
'

he

to

whom homage
;

is

paid.

neb qerset

lord of the bier"


Osiris.

title of

neb taui
IS

"lord of the
of

Two

Lands",

i. e.,

Upper and Lower Egypt.


of

neb taiu

mm
^

"lord
the

the lands",

i.

e,,

of

world,
^=F==-

title

of

Osiris.

"lords of lands'
of a lake in the Se-

Nebt'taui

=1

the

name

khet Aaru.

Nebt'taui

em kara

^^\
mooring post
for

the
3

name

of the

the

magic

Neb

ta

ankhtet

boat.

^ ^

^^^^

"lord of the
Life",
i.e.,

Land

of

theOther

Neb

ta tchesert

^
^

World.
"lord of the

Holy Land";

title

of Osiris.

204

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^r-^^

neb tau
neb temu

a=o Ill

*%rd

of cakes".

^^13:7

^^"^^vl
^ ^

''^^^^^
'

^^

mankind",

nebu tuat
neb teshert

^^===^
I

"lords of the Other World".

^^ <===^ ^ %-^^

E~Z]

"^o^*i ^^ ^^"^ ^^^^


1 '

tlgs",
(?),

red clouds, or desert


"lord
j

neb tchefau
neb tchetta
-:zz::7

of

divine

:zi

food".

"^ J

"lord of eternity",
Osiris.

i,

6.,

Neb-pehti-petpet-sebau

- -DD

J Jj.^

,,^^^^

of might, crusher of fiends"

a proper name.

Neb-pehti-thes-menment

^^=^
^_Xx)

^
w

fl
Tj

^^ ^-f ^^^^ fej

a;^;^

"lord of might, roper in of


cattle"; a

proper name.

Neb-maaUheri'Vetui-f

^
^

n^

.^^^^^'^'^^ a proper
j I

v\

^^

name.
i, e.,

Neb-er-tcher

"^^^^

gs

"lord to the boundary",


the

Lord

of the Universe,

title

of Osiris.

Nebt-er-tchert -==^

^
}

fem. of preceding.

1
OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.
Nebt-het
205

I-

Mia
Nebs
Neb'Seni
the

the

goddess

Nephthys,

sister of Isis.

m
D

a proper name.

name

of a

famous

scribe.

Neb-qet

the

name
a

of a scribe.

neba

Neba
nebau
nebanau
nebat

m
'

weapon

or tool, a pole.

the name of one of the Forty-two

Judges

in the Hall of Osiris.

1]

\>

iJa

flame,

fire,

a burning.

ji
AAAAAA
x^y

nebau
nebeh
nebti

fashioner, moulder,

M
J)^

a kind of bird.

1=

the two goddesses NeY khebit and Uatchit.

206

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA

Zjebt

lock of hair, tress


of a

the

storm cloud

the

name name

of a fiend.

nebtet

aaaaaa

s^
a part of the body.

nepu
neper

n\^
g
..[]

grain, wheat, barley, dhura.

Nepra
nepert

^
^
D

the Grain-god.
[]

|
corn-land.

AAAAAA ^^

Nepert nef
nefa

the

name

of a city.

he, him.

^AAAAA
,

"Y

^ sign
I '

of

the

demonstrative,
A A A AA AAAAAA
A,

^:^

/T)

<p.

<^

AAAAAA
I

this, that; plur.


I I

nefu

air,

wind, breath
p\
I

^
;

^ ^i.^^^il
nefu

^AAA/V\

^1^
I

AAAww -f-

breath

of life.

I2

sailor.

Nef-ur yj^^^

II^
the

name

of a city

2^

'^

or district.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


nefer
^^"==

207
to

to

be good,

to

be happy,

be

beautiful, good, pretty, gracious,

well-dobg;J^](),J]^J]()
beautiful, good; I

^\

I
T

^\

y
^^^

twice good, very good


:ood one
fine

or

thins: fe

gold;

ooo
gracious

J ^^^^

speech.

with

I,

happiness, joy, gladness

neferu

6iii4.=^!'j6A
beauties, splendours,
fair

things

good

things.

nefert

f^ im\-i III' Am
I

Nefer-her

"fair face", a title of


of Ptah.

Ra and

the

name

of a lake.

neferu

^T^

^-^
I I
I

to

be glad

(?).

Nefert

l^l

girl,

maiden

a proper name.

208
nefert

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


T

^^

name

of a tree.

a proper name.

Nefersent

name

of a city.

JC
Nefer-Tem
t

name
vt
\\ %^

of a god, the son

^f

Ptah and Sekhet.

nem

J^^
^
ffl

to defraud

= I ^||)^(?)

Nem
nem
il

a proper name.

^'ikl^
A

newa

j^i^
nemnem

to walk, to stride,

go

about,

wander about.

^^
nemt
o
,

I'

step, stride; piur. ^' ^


'

III'
^-^

AAAAAA

A A

, '

iir

nema

AAAAAA

VTX

WnO

.'^

AAAAAA

(TX

^^,

who then?

^'^^^^^

N^"^

who then

art thou ?

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

209

nemm

^
J]
I

to lie dead.

nemmat

bier.

nemm a
nemeh

Vyg^Ji dwarf.
to understate the

reading

of the

tongue of the ba-

lance, to be young, lowly,

poor, humble.

nemes

AAAAAA

\J\

1^-0^

the name of a crown,


tiara,
3

or

fillet

for

the head.

nemt
block
the
the
for

slaughter,
in

chamber

which
suffer-

damned

ed

decapitation
;

and

mutilation
nrzi

plur.

^^
nemtchet

r1^
1
-]

a place of slaughter.
a sign of the demonstrative
"^

nen

/SAAAAA

^V

A^AAAA

this is
AAAAAA
AAAAAA

he

who;
1 1

AAAAAA
AA/VAAA

(](]%>

these wlio

^'^'^ S\

IV.

14

210

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

nen nen

AAAAA/",

\X^

unguent.
a kind of

AAAAAA

n n ;^^^

stuff,

linen.

nen
AAAAAA

i.

to

be weak, helpless, ex-

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

hausted.

neni
AAAAAA AAA
I

.'^l

neniu
AAAAAA
I

tX

weak
I

or helpless folk,

fiends, etc.
AAAAAA

Zx

AAAAAA ^^

^.T.
-5^*^

nenaiu
Niti

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

VI
!

winds.

AAAAAA

0^ ^

^^-=*^

LJ

see An-rut-f.
[Z~II

Nen-aarrut-f

^^^^^^^

AAAAAA

Nenunser "^""^^^
AAAAAA

AN

AAAAAA AAA/

name

of a Cow-^coddess.

nenmet
Nentcha
AAAAAA

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

(a late

form) bier.

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
I
I

the

name

of a god.

iVer

name

Herd-god a proper name.


of

the

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

211

Nerau
ner, nert
AA/W\A

name

Herd-god a proper name.


of

the

men and women, mankind.

neru

nerau

^"^"^

to

be strong,

to

strike

fear into
AAAAAA

any

one.

nerr

^
'"'-^

neraut
nert

^
AAAA/V\

^
f|

victory

conquest

plur

T^Qfi

A "Srv

j^

1^

"mighty one"

name

of

Nerau'ta
neraut

^^^^
f|

%^

"^

"^^"^
3X

a proper name.

""""^^^

"^

vulture.

net
neha

ra

to conquer.

to alight.

ra

neha

VVAA. '^'^'"'^

to

advance.
14*

ra

212

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

nehaas
ra

QP ^^^

to

awake.

nehapu

AAA/\A

ra
J>

to shine, give light.

ra

mm
A

nehat

^AAAAA

/WWAA

^->,

ra^J^
Nehatu
nehep
nehep
A/WAAA

sycamore,

fig-tree;

^^

^) (}

the two sycamores,


the

fig-trees,

name

of a city.

ra
AAAAAA

to copulate.

ran^^^
AAAAAA

ra

'
^

to

have power over.

nehpu

AAAAAA

ran^^
AAAAAA

strength.

nehpu

ra
AAAAAA

light, fire,

to shine.

ran

^1
to rejoice,

nehem

AAAAAA (1

ra

S^
rejoicings.

AAAAAA I]

ra

S^
AAAAAA

nehemnehem
neheh

n
I

-AAAAA AAAAAA

n
^^

to destroy (?).

ra
AAAAAA /^

fire,

rara'4

nehhu
rara

needy one.


,wvvAA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


^

213

nehes

ra

r^

{]

^A

1.1

Nehesu
Nebes-ui

TT t^

^1
^
^

S)

a group of divine beings.


j

"^^n^-^t^
1^
'f\
'

a proper name.

Neh
neh

*^

name

of a god.

**^

beseech, pray, entreat.

zieha

^ "^
tL
AAAAA^

^^

^^ ^^^'

^^^"^^^^S-

Neha-hau
Neha-her

8-R ^1K ^#1\ laX ;^ >M^i

"stinking limbs"

proper name.

w' n^

"^

the

name

of one of the

Forty-two Judges in

nehait
i2el2if

aaa/^aaW

[1

[1

^y

flowers.

Ik
ijv

"^
[)

^^^ eternity
^^ coerce,

(?).

I2el2eb

'^
1]

put the yoke on

some

one.

nehebet

fv

^
I]

-^k;
I

plur.

^y o^

214

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


f^

Neheb-nefert

the

name
the

of

one

li^ixj

i:

of

Forty -two

Judges

in the Hall of Osiris.

Neheb-ka

AAAAAA

A\

'

'

^'he

who yokes
;

together the

Neheb'kau

Kau"

a proper

name.

U
nehep
D

the divine potter's table.

nehem

^AAAAA

to carry off, to plun-

der, to deliver, re\AAAAA /

AAAAAA (J

/I

lease;
\A/VW

^^^
AA^AM/%
I

deliverers

^^ \\

delivered.

neheh

f\ II O,

Iq^ |o|
^

] ^

eternity, for ever forever

; ;

with

^1

time without be-

'

ginning or end.

neheh

A
ni

to invoke, entreat.

nehes
neht't

P^^^^

negro, a Sudani
neral.

man

in ge-

jaw teeth

(?).

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


neht-ui
-fK

215
(?).

1 ,3^-^

,,

the two jaws

O
nekh
nek ha
nekhakhat
^^='

to cry out, complain.

^'^^^
I

a sharp knife.

^
f

humours
S\

(?), ^'
^

variant

III'

[Xj i^'^
{]

nekhau

^"^

protector.

Nekhebetl
nekhebet

[]

the goddess of the city of

Nekheb (Al-Kab).

T
Nekhen

^^
II
I
I

flowers.

f=~=^
,

^__

city

of

Upper Egypt,

AAAAAA C]

nekhen

^ ^1

the god of Nekhen.

AAAAAA

^
D ^

babe, child.

nekhenu
i^^elrhenu

rr
^^^

i#m
the

children.

name

of one of the Fortyin the Hall of

two Judges
Osiris.

nekhenit

'^
AAAAAA

nekhekh

'^^^^

'

old man.

\
216

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

nekhekh

v:ri

^-^ I

Vol. II, p. 251,

1.

10.

nekhekh
whip,
flail.

nekht
^^

to

be strong, strength, power

ful.

nekhtu
I

valour,
i

bravery,

conquest.

Nekht
a proper name.

I
nekht
strong (in a bad sense).

NekhtU'Amen "^^
nes

"^

^ ^ @
"]

(1=
'
f]

...^

f)

a proper name.

she, her,

it.

nes

to

belong

to.

belonging to him.

nesu

AAAAAA

<r\

<r\

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


12

217

es
AAAAA

nesau
nes

.^

( I

tongue;

. I

n
r>)

:
I

plur. pV,

AAAAAA

V
AAAAAA Z

to eat, devour,

consume.

nes

to

arrange

(?),

order

(?).

nes
flame.

nes nes

A^AAAA AAAAAA

J>

nes
nesut

AAAAAA

(J-i-U

grain
i I I

(?).

AAAAAA

tk

weapons
/O

of war.

nesb

AAAAAA

^-^

-^ I

^^ -^ ^
n

]
),

to

eat
;

^
devour.

g]\

nesbit

AAAAAA

to eat,

Nesbu
nespu
nesert

JM
D

devouring gods.
I

slaughter,

wound, knives.

flame,

fire.

218

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AAAAAA
<---

Nesert
Nesersert
nest

;2> ('\

fire -goddess.

(](]'='

the Fire-city.

ffi

throne

plur.

n
Throne.
1)

S^
j
1
1

rrs^
nesti

a class of divine b eings.

fi%.ili
nest
AAAA/vA
^^->^

^^
AAAAAA

cakes
()

(?).

()

nesh

<;2*---^^

to

walk

(?).

neshau
neshu
neshi

AAAAAA

,ep.

J?\

plates of metal.

AAAAAA ^\

weapon
r
[] Is
5^

(?).

AAAAA^

^
*^r^r^

AAA/V\A

n
I

to

make

^-'^:^-^^

D'^ \\^:^

the hair
bristle.

neshep

AAAAAA

to snuff the air.

D S

neshem
neshmet
nesh met

AA/V.AA

M
M M

-V

AAAAAA

a precious stone.
cZi,
1

AAAAAA

2i

r\

the

rla

me

of a sacied boat.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

219

neshni
I

AAAAAA
^

w
S
I

CZSTZ]
AAAAAA

AAAAAA
AAAAAA
I

^
\\

WW
TTTT

to

\\

be stormy,

to revolt,

AAAAAA AAAAAA
AAAAAA

a thunder-storm, destructive winds, whirlI

,YVYY.
'

"

AAAAAA
I

wind, tempest in geAAAAAA

neshen

AAAAAA ^""""^
1

neral

revolt

v^
I I

\\

AAAAAA ^

Lw
thou,

neshenu

AAAAAA
AAAAA^

nek

_y,_,
""^^

%.

nek

to copulate

have union with himself.

nekek
r

to
iD

commit sodomy.

nek nekek
nekau
nekai

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

to

have union with a sodo-

f=j^ -zzz^
(^

mite.

m]ury.

^1^
Neka

ill-doing fiends.
]

Nekau

the

name

of a fiend.

220

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA

AAAAAA

nek en

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

s
to

do

harm

or

injury

to

anyone.

nekent

AAAAAA

^
AAAAAA
AAAAAA

^
-

]
/

injury;
AAAAAA

plur.
X>

jp

,,

nekenu
neqaut
neqaiut

:^^^Xk.<?\.
AAAAAA

injury, evil, harm.


^

H
Xh.

"^
'"^^

^
III

shackles.

..D Jr
[1

f]

%\ e_^

those

who

steal

away.

neka

^^^^-n

Nekau
nekeic
iVei:e^-ur

m '^^^
s
s

^o

chew.

^^
/
\

tk >*^ a Bull-god.
to cackle.

^'"^

^
-2

zsffial)

"'"^

ZSS _^ <=>'n
TVr

^^ J
!

"Great Cackler"
the Goose-god.

name

AAAAAA

AAAAAA P

X=x'

^ W
AAA^
6Q

Neith, the great goddess of


g^yg^

AA^
ent

""^

of.

^^^

w^AAA^ A/^WAA
AAA>V>A

AAAAAA AAAAAA

^^^g

Stream.

AAAAAA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ent-a
I

221

to ordain, order, ordinance,

decree

customary
I I

rite

enti

AAAAAA

who, which, that which plur.


;

o
entiu
entet

AAAAAA
I

AAAAAA
I'

/^J"^"^^^

AAAAAA
I I

things which exist, persons


AAAAAA

AA/VV\A

or beings

who

are.

enti

AAAAAA

w
1

AAAAAA

sign of the negative, no, not,

without.

neti

AAAAAA
a

to vanquish, conquer,

s;

"^^ Enti-mer-f ^ w ^=^


Enti-her-f-emm-mast-f

a proper name.

a proper name.

entu

AAAAAA

/^

_ ^

netu
entuten
entef

AAAAAA

fastenings, cords.

AAAAAA

^^

ye, you.

AAAAAA

he.
2^^-^
/\AAAAA AAAAAA

netnet

,jv^

that

^1

which

flows.

222

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

"^'''

I'll'

god, Copt. no...

'^

great god

"^

^ t^ ^ ^^
|j|
|

self-

created, great god;

^]

god One;

|j|

the City-god;

Vv
neteru

/Tn S^^

"^"^i^^

^ dog's face.

gods,

all

the gods of the

AAAAAA

Three Companies, i. e., Heaven, Earth, and the

numn^
AAAAAA

V\

all

the gods.

the father-gods.

in^rr.
m;;
"
'

the mother-goddesses.

the

Four gods.

the Forty-two gods.

gods

celestial

and gods

ter-

restrial.

OD ^q
I

D
I

gods of heaven and gods

III

F=^

'

of earth.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

223

mi
'^nl

AAAAAA
I

gods

of the Tuat.

'^^^=

S'otls <?uides

of the

1
neter-ui
''

'

1 "Ok ^

1^

go*is of t^6 South,


I

hiixjriii^i
'^

>v'^ '1^%.'^

the two ffods Horus and Set;

-^

AAAAAA

D ^

a ^

n
I

P
-d

the

two divine eyes, Sun and Moon.

i.

e.,

netert

1oB\

goddess, late form

I^^Jf ^^5

1^1] pi-1^^ 'l^'lhU


2i

1
netri

i#s, i!i
to

be a god or like unto a


divine
]

god,

^ r^
I

divine.

224

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

"]|^^(][||
neter atfui
"i
"="
[]
>

"divine god"

the two divine fathers.

neter metu

"^

11

"1
|

11

*'the
j

words

of the god",

'

i.e.,

hieroglyphic writing.

neter

nemt H
"^

>^
R
-^

<o
"^

the block or execution cham-

ber of the god (Osiris).

neter hau

111

the body, or limbs, of the


god.
''god-house",
i.

Ixe
neter het

e,,

temple.

1
neter hetep

"1:^
=1

D
I

''god-offerings", holy offerings, sepulchral meals.


I

c=^= Zl Q

neter khert

^ iJ^
/I\

r^^^

^ o

1 1
neter khet

underworld of the god" a name for the grave and for the
;

place of departed spirits.

"god-property",

i. e.,

things

1
neter

dedicated to the service of


the god.

shems

A 1
firi
.

"god-follower",

member

of the god's "body-guard".


fi^

neter tuai

"god-star",
star.

the morning

'

Venus.

/
OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.
neter tuau
I

225

& ^ ^^^

^'god-adoration",
to give

thanks

neter tept

^
"=1

^=^^

^^^^

^'god-boat",

divine

barque.

neter tchet

S\

"^
AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA

''god-word", sacred speech.

Neter

,->,

'-J

name

of a lake in the

Other

1
Neteru

World.

name
Netri

of a

town or

city.

Netert'Utchat

1
entes
ent'Sen
AAAAAA

^
P
H

name
she.

of a place,

AAAAAA

^111
AAAAAA
'^^AAAA/

AAAAAA

them, they,

entek

thou (masc).
-?1

Netqa- her-khesef-atu

j'^c

-A.

''H

<

-^^"^

the

name

of

the herald of

the Fourth Arit.

ent
netet
entet
IV.

AAAAAA

f?\

thou (fem.).

AAAAAA yi-___^
U)

cattle for sacrifice.


1

r"

AAAAAA

which, that which

is.

15

226

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA

net
Nefit

to

bandage,

to tie.

a proper name.

Netbit

name

of a

town or

city.

J
'^^
K=tH

Nefet
notch
netchet

name

of a

town or

city.

^^
^^

H^
1

^
dsD'
,

to protect, guard, avenge.


J.

'=t^
1

netch her 4-

to

_,

[1

-h

^@
,

'

"homage
thee", a

to

form

of salutation to gods.
i netchti

^ oD

protector
w
ger.

advocate

aven-

netch metu "^


netchtu re

^
I

to discnss

a matter

^t^
I

with someone, to converse, to take

counseh
to

netchnetch

tot

tt
Netcheb-ab-f

take counsel with someone, to discuss a matter.

^
j|J|

a proper name.

Netchfet sc^-Si
AAAAAA

w
A

name

of a

town and

its

god.

,wwsA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


i\K
J|

227
to re-

netchem

4 Jl

"l

to

be sweet, pleasant,

netchemu
|

R ^|

Piee, be
[

gkd

.^
plea-

very pleasant;

|^|i

netchemet
sant tilings.

netchemmit
making, the de-

lio:lits

of sexual love.

^^=^1

Netchem
netcher

^11

the god of love.

to grasp, hold fast.


AAAAAA
^

net Cheriu

/W^AA^

^^

'

-^

& H.
/\AAAAA
f\

clinchers
r\

net Cherit

grapplers.

netcher a
netchhet

B
AAAAAA

to
1
^

hew,

to carve.

to strengthen.

\AA/\r^ Netcheh-netcheh u_ O AAAAAA 1^ ^U:,^^ |X^ fX Netcheh'tcheh nC^ 8 "^^ 8 S\

the

name

of one

X
I

IX^

Seven Spirits who guard Osiris and his


of the
bier.

15*


228

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

netches

^' ^p ^lesser

to

be

little,

little,

weak.

netcheset "^^
AAAAAA

gods,

perhaps

'^false

gods".

Netchesti

a
w

name
name

of Osiris.

Netchses
Netchet

^AAA/V^

of a god.

AAAAAA

name

of a

town or

city.

-^3!.

or L.
into,

er

at,

to,

with,

among,
to,

against,

from, according

near, by, to-

wards,

upon,
:

concerning.

With

compounds
er ami er
w

among.

ami

tu

among, between.
J>

eramithu
er asu

^&PM
v\
v.,

in return for,
I '

as

reward

or recompense for.

er

ma

with, near.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


er

229

men

AAAAAA

as far as,

er entet er rati

because.
=^

1^
outside.

A
er haf
er iierza
er her
<c:

'"^^

before.

<ci

with.

<c:

"^

^X^

aAvay from.

er heru

<=

"^

^
2^,-=.^

above.
"^
I

er kheft her er

>

in the face of.

kher

<z.

under.

er kherth <= er sa
<=:

on behalf

of.

[^

by the back
near,

of.

er ires
er

<ci

by the

side of, in the track

of.

<c:

sign of the comparative


e.g.,

more

than,

%\il

-^^1

<i:^>^^1
I I I

g^c>rious

more than

the gods.

^
1
w

__^

^^"=1

divine
gods.

more than the

230

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


JAAAAAA V\

A
III

>^

'

swift more

than greyhounds.
2^

p^i^:

swift

more

than the shadow.

great

is

the taste
taste.

to

thee

more

than that

\i

o
I

(^

in
bolder than
all

Horus

is

the gods.

AHI
^^

provided more than the


gods.
AAAAAA
I

name
yours.

sfreater

than

^ ^ <ii:

j]

stronger than the gods.

AAAAAA

more
gods.

2:racious than the

^^--11 brighter
than the House of the Moon.

SA
thy speech
is

more piercing than

the [cry of] the tcheru bird.

er
re

<=>

cake, offering.

goose.

<=>
^^ re

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

231

^^Mfl
I I
I

worms
door,

(?),

"^^

opening,

entrance,

mouth,
i;
AA/\AA/.

speech, chapter; plur.


I

opening of the mouth, ap-

pearance

v\
I

strong
jhf

of

t^

mouth
Tuat;

doors of the

^?P=^^^
of

chapters
I

commemorations

a single chapter
of
""'"'^

chapter
f=i

words

^^^^^

H H

^ chapter of mysto set the

teries;

L^^ v\
in

mouth
i, e,,

motion against any one,

to slander.

re apf

(?)

<==>

V
"nmmr^

brow.

i^e-aa-urf ^^====="^'^'"^'^^=5 ''opening of the great door";


I

1]^q

name

of a town.

re-uat
re re

<==^ 5:^
I

entrance to the roads.

o
R

III

Hap

<=>

^^=^ _

AAAAAA

f^

mouth

of the Nile.

AAAA/\A

Khemenu <=>
I

1 1

r^ ^

the entrance to the city


of

Hermopolis.

232

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

re Sekhait

nu
(D
I

mouth

of

the

goddess

Sekhait.
I

Re-stau

<cz:>

the ''entrance to the


corridors" in the
[v^|
I

Other World of Seker at Sakkarah.

III

Qy\y]
I

f]-^

A
re-pu
re-per
D
or.

temple.

li

ill!

temples;

,TmT,
of

^^

f" ^

II

temples
North.

the

South and

JRe(Maau?)
i^e(?)-Iui:asa

the Lion-god,

-^^
I

m\Y^

the

name

of a god.

Re{?yRa

-^^J^

the Lion-god Ra.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ra
work.

233

Ra
o
,
I

^a

O
I

the Sun-god
}

par ex
(

cellence

like

o
.^
D
I

Ra.

ra

day.
I

daily,

every

'Ol
and
nisrht.

day.

Ra-Asar

*^^-^V

^"^^^

Ra-Osiris, the Sun-god of day

Ra-Heru'khuti

[O]

''

c=^ ^^^

''Ra-Horus
of

the two

Ra-Harmachis.

Ra-Tem
o

Ra-Tem, the Sun-god and night.


^^
i^^^^

of

day

Ra-Maat-men O
Ra-men-kau

the

prenomen

of Seti

I.

o O

uu
LJ
J[ LI
\

the

Mykerinos

of

the Greeks.

Ra-meS'tneri'

Amen-meri'Maati
Ra-er-neheh O
I
I

WiXP
/^

Rameses IV.

a proper name.
AAAAAA /^

234
ri

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


door,

ri

1^6
ft?
i
I

bandage, swathing.
emanations.

riu

ru

-^^5^

ru

ru

^-r-^

to fall,

drop

(of the wind).

rua

1^ A

ruaa

Mi
n

A
Si

to separate from,

move away

from, depart.

&
rui
ruti

A A

journey, departure.

Y^
w

the tAYO leaves of a door.

rut

^^'

^
^;
'

to groAv, flourish, to

be firm
(of

and healthy,

to

be taut

ropes and sails);

'^)

ruti

strong, vigorous.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


rut

235

<

\
<:

'

plants,

things which

grow

rutu

Rut-en-Ast

^^

AAAAAA

J)

a proper name.

Rutu-nu-Tem

<z

Rutu-neb-rekhit

^
a proper name,

rutu
superintendent, overseer.

rut

staircase.

eref

an

intensive

particle

then,

therefore.

erpa
erpat
erpit

D
hereditary tribal chief.

^=^

"

image,

statue,

august person,

the two auofust 2:oddesses,


Isis

i. e..

and Nephthys.

remu

"^^rr, '

Remu

^^

"^^^ the ''town of fish"; a proper

I"

name.

236

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Remi
rem

(j (j

^=^ ^

the Fish-god,

to

weep.

retnu

remt

^^,ear;plr.^^(l(]=.ff,

rem-ta

^]()
^----~-->

studded

(V).

ermen

AAAAAA

arm, shoulder, one side of the


body.
J]

erm en ui

*=^=^

^
the
AAAAAA
^

two arms, shoul-

\\

ders.

~>
llllll

AAAAAA

^ AAAAAA

.^J]
..^-B

the two sides


AAAAAA

-Xl r^

,-v^^3r~^

A ^

of a ladder.

ermenu
AAAAAA
I

shoulders
?
I

arms

supporters,

the branches of a tree.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ertnen
I

237

A
^ .A A
^^s

to

carry away, to bear, to


to shoul-

remove something,
der.
U

'
.1111
]

^AAAAA

Remrem
ten
AAAAAA

v\

<==:>

vX

J|

the

name

of a god.

name
AAAAAA
^AAAAA

plur.
;

"^^""^
I

AAAAAA
I

I'l

l'

o ten
to

nurse (see renen),

renp

AAA/\AA

D
to
AAAAA.^

be young or youthful,
of youth,
AAAAAA
I
^

renewal

to be2^r4|

come young;

youthful one.

renp-ta
youthful,
AAAA
I

made youug
very young.

^j

1 [

AAAAAA

D
renpit
year; plur. renptit f
I

'^
III'

ff
11

renpit

AAAAAA

2i

"^

'^
I I I

plants, vegetables, fruits.


238

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


AAAAAA ^AAAAA
^L w-X^

Renen
renen
AAAAAA AAAAAA

the

name

of a god.

cz-zi

to nurse, to suckle.

Renenet
Q^ 5ul
I

the goddess of grain crops

Renutet
rer(peher?)

AAAAAA

tk

"^

f)

and the harvest.


walking

territory, a place for

^
'

about.

A
to

walk about,
to
;

to

go round
to

about,

revolve,

en-

rer

circle

thes rer

A
reru
rerta
reri

^!^

a2:ain,

repetition, conversely.

sii
A

A ]fl A
Mi
ED

encircled.

those

who

revolve,

or go

about.

A
III

rer khet
rert
rert
D

^^""^^

2:oino:

about

retreatino;.

A
o
^l^

circle.

drugs, medicine.

ooo
rer

pig.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


reru

239

reru

i
rert

<

mistake for

or

men.

Rertu-nefu

^ Rerek
Rerti
(?)

F-^lt2
T

a proper name.

of a serpent fiend in the


city of Ases.

name

-2^ '^
the Lion-god and Lion-

"C^

:i

goddess,

i,

e.,

Tefnut(?).
of one of the
I

Shu and The name


Forty-two

Judges
Osiris.

in the Hall of

ly

rehebu
ra

'in
J\

flame,

fire.

Compare Heb.

rehen
AAAAAA

to rest

upon, to support.

AA/V\AA

\M

reh

A
-^:^

to enter.

rehu

man

deified,

later a god.

240

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

rehui

^ii

^n
o
rehti
the

the two combatant :ods,

Horus and

Set.

ml
two combatant sister goddesses, Isis and Nephthys.

Oof]

/^^/W\A

Rehui
Re-hent

the town

of the

two com-

batant gods.
AAAAAA

a proper name.

Re-henent -^^'^
I

^
-

^
^
I

A AAAAAA

^ AAAAAA

name

of a lake or canal.

i^

Re-henent

AAAAAA

the
its

name
STod.

of a

town or

rekh
il

to

be wise,

to

have knowledge
in-

knowingly, with
tent;

known
rekht

-^JU.

rm ^^
unknown.
a
list,

knowledge,
total.

inventory,

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

241

rekh ab

^
i

O
^
I

to understand,

rekhu khet
rekhit
<=

Jw^ ^
'

"knowers
[

of things",

J'

'

'"^i

i.

e.,

the wise gods.

beings

of

know-

ledge, rational beings,

men and wo-

men, people, mankind.

rekhes

to sacrifice, to slaughter,

Rekhti
w

the

two goddesses Nephthys.


-?

Isis

and

Rekhti'Merti-neb[tiyMaati
^zz::^

"^^

f)

?)

^^ P P

the two goddesses

who were
of Maat.

the ladies of the city

res

Zl ^^^
1 -^D^^^ ^ ^^^
I

to

watch, be awake

resu
resit

^^^

^
!

awake
^

ill
!

rouse up

wake up

the nine watchers.


I

restu
IV.

j-^
I

night watchers.
16

242

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Res-ab
Res- her
res
w

^^^
^^^
w

O
I

the

warder

of

the Fourth

Arit.

<@

the

warder

of

the

Third

1
-n

Arit.

south

southern

4> ]\F
all

South and North, resiu

Egypt.

^
>

southerners,

southern

srods.

Resu
resu

s:

a proper

name

fern.
I

]\^\
^I!
(?) '\J

south wind.

Resenet
resh

^ proper name.

^
I

to breathe
joice.

with joy, to

re-

(jr

resht

gladness,
inhale.

joy,

to

snuff,

to

reshui
f

tk
w
I

^^

the two nostrils.

rek

then,

an emphatic

particle.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD. rek


time.

243

o
rekh
to burn, to

be

hot.

rekhu
fire,

flames.

Rekes
M

req

^---^

A
reqa

'

/i

to incline

away,

fall

away

from; '^()()'"^

A
reqi

A
reqau
ret

m:
e
I I

fiend,

enemy.

(or
^

fiends.

1/

enemies.

^
ret (remt)

^
j

i,

e.,

reret^ or pehrert.

men and women,


mankind.
^^^=^
I

people,

everybody.

^
Amen.
16*

Re.a.as/.a;ra^^^j^^_^| a name of

244
reti

VOCABULARY TO THE THBBAN RECENSION

^
[

w
:
1

the two leaves of a door,

ret

leg",

foot.

Si.i'
retui

11.
reti

^51^
?

the two feet.

o
retau
ret (remt)
I
I

1^

feet.

men and women,


folk,

people.

mankind,

ret
steps, staircase.

erta
ertat

A\

to give, to set, to place, to

put,

to

cause or

make

to

Af

happen;

^](1,^^,

As an

auxiliary verb

-cs::^

w
ra'

a'
I

^ V\

"^

y\

aiid see passim.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


;rfa-i2efu<=>

245

j^tk

,11

a proper

name

Erta-hen - er-reqa '=^

AA/WVS

<Z.

/}

a proper name,

Mi

retut
1

places, abodes.
"i
I

retu

retu

r
C^ C^
reth
Jl
III

emanations,
pings.

effluxes,

drop-

a
men and women,
folk,

people,

mankind.

everybody.

ra

H.
interjection

ba
,

ra'^ A
ha
ra^^'^^

=
a

Hail!
ra

to

be strong; ra
I

strength.
i I

246

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


ra ra

fl]

ha

to descend, to

go down into

a place,
w

to

embark on a
go
in, enter,

ship, to fall, to

hai
bait

ra

11
11
U

advance into fD
those

^\

who

enter.

ra

hau

ra

ra

time, period, reign.

ra

^^
fj
fl

Haaker
Hai

IT]

ra

o
^

name

of a festival.

^'phallus"

the

name

of one

'

'

of the Forty-two

Judges in

the Hall of Osiris.

hai

ra

[ [

QA

interjection,

Hail

hai

ra

[1

(1

to

shout with joy,

rejoice.

haiu
halt

ra

iifi

the gods

who

rejoice,

ra

a large chamber, heaven

(?).

hab

ra

J
w

to send, to

send

forth, to

ra

JA
A

go forward.

ra

ra

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


ra
I

247

habu

those wlio
ra

fall

down.

Hab-em-atu

^^ ^ J-^l^M ^
^

''advancing at
the

moment";

a proper name.

habeq

'^'^k
ra

Jn^

^^ ^^^^'
^-r-^

hamu
Hart-ab

blemish, defect,

sin.

ra

to please.
I

Hahuti-am-

m'^ra^^
A

^
the

-^

name

^^^
of a fiend.

Hahetej[,)

ra

a proper name.

u ra

Hasert

ra

a city in the Seventh Aat.

haker

ra

the
ra

name

of

a god and

of a festival.

ra

000
ra

'

haq

ra

Haqahakaher

fD

a proper name.

248

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


ra
interjection,
!

fl]

hat
hat

ra

ra

A A
@

descent, entrance, embarcation.

hatu
hat
hi

rn

brow

(?).

to suppress,

to

ra

beat down,

subdue.
to rejoice.

bu
Hunefer

ra ;:^

to enter, descend, fall.

ra

% ^
I
^ j

the

name

of a scribe.

Hu-kheru
heb heb
hebt

ra^^j^
raj
raj

^
-^*

the

name
first

of the herald of

the

Aat.

ibis,

the bird sacred to Thoth.

to

send

out, to

go forward.

rajo
raj
ra

hepu

i'

laws

ordinances

regula-

tions.

hem

fire.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

249

hemu

l\ S n ..^^ Hi ^ ill -It


I)

^^^ women folk, people: see also herzmemet,


^^^^
,

hemhem
hemhemet
Hemti
hen

|jR

n^ ^
fl]

^^ roar,

cry out, bellow

(of a bull).

rn

\\

\\

S()

outcries, roarings.

rn\\
''-'
1

f -AW^

runner.

^^

[]

funeral chest, coffin,

AAAA/V\

Hen a
henanau

ra

the

name

of a city.

\
[XI

^^

pleasant things.

AAAAAA ^AAAAA

henu
henu

ra

to

sing songs of joy, to

praise.

ra
AAA.^AA

ra

^
.

praises

shouts

of

joy, singers.

WSAA

V> JI
ra

^^

7Jj(

-1

d u

henhenu
henhenit

ra

^ VX
-xl

AAAAAA

sAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAA/

AAAAAA
^2i

the watery abyss of

ra

ra

heaven, flood.

AAA/v\A AAAAAA

hensheses
H

\A/

her

ra

to

be content, pleased.

250

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


ra

ra

her-ab
hert-ab

o
pleased
in

heart,

content,

pleasure.
I

her a

^1
ra
lu ra

a vessel.

hem

o
day
plur.
;

ra

o o
111'

llf

O D
j

this day, to-day.

AAAAAA

judgment day.

o
I

h\

birthday.

o
o
I

birthday of Osiris.

-,

day

of the funeral.

every day,
a
AAAAAA

daily,

happy day.
course of each day,

Q
I

daily,

I
heria

^l\l\\
IT!

those

AYho

are

content

(?).

herret

^
I
I

things which please.


I

heh

ra ra

flame.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

251

heker
hekeru heq
hetu hethet

ra

o
-2^
III

name

of a festival.

ra

^^^
ra^

=
X

ZJ

ra

J
to

be addressed.

rara

to

go round about.

het

ra

J]

to subdue.

^
'

z:]!\

sub-

dued.

H.
with

A
cz

ha

fv
f^
I

behind, get back! back thou!


(in

addresses to fiends).

ha

back

of the

head and neck.

ha
^
cry,

a precative particle.

Haas

] (^

a proper name.

252

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

haau
the dwellers in

f f f
hai

the Delta and


EZZC
Ui\>
I I

in the

marshes

near the seaI

coast.
I

to

be bright,

to shine.

f
Hai
I

light.

Halt
halt

a proper name.

<^'^y

to grasp.

hau

hauu

f f f

to

be

unclothed,

to

strip off apparel.

fM^
haul

f\i\T
(^

naked man.
addition, increase, things

hau

ni

added.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

253

hauatu
han-re

l\f\-\l

'''""""
to

have a care

for,

as-

suredly.

Ha- her
hap
^^

name.

hapu
^^

to
a

enshroud,

to

hide,

to cover over.
S Q

hapt

f
^^v
A^

hap
haputi

to

advance,

move

forward,

runner

(?).

Hap

the

Bull

Apis

A
D

\^
of

Hap
Hapi

one of the four sons of Horus

who protected one quarter the body of the deceased.


oar, steering pole, rudder.

hapu
D

haptu

A
D
oars, paddles,
I

i\orr,\

254

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Hapu-en-neb'Sett

^ ^
6
(^^^^

name
the
tery.

for

ceme-

HapUre

a proper name,

ham
hamt
hami

fi.^

s;

to

net

birds

and

<e^

fish.

^^^
"^

^ ^i
[

fishermen, fowlers.

Harpukakashareshabaiu
D

^s

a proper name.

Hareti

m
f\
f>

a proper name.

haqet haqet

to capture,
ers,

make

prison-

captives.

(^ ^^

fetters.

haqu
hat

name
pit.

of a

plank or peg in

the magic boat.

hat
hat

tomb.

-~

net.

hatu

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


hata
hatatu
u/

255

"^v

(1

llir

'

storm,

whirlwind.

hattui

ha

^4-^

to rejoice,

be glad

""y^^^T?

haa
rejoicing;

haiu

rejoicings.

haa
to rejoice.

haaiu

rejoicings, those
joice.

who

re-

haatu

[ha

limb,

member
body

of the body,

the

itself.]

256

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^

hau
hat

"

"^

>

limbs

members
;

of

the
'''^^

^
e
JQ

^""^y
I

R e

III

jj

body;

|^

|,

thy own

self

Hap
flapi
jj

AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA


-D
\

r
[>

/V\A/W\

AAAAAA AAAAAA

the Nile.

^^

AAAAAA
AA/>AAA

^f
Hap-ur
ha[t]-a
D

^AAAA^
)

the Great Nile.

AAAAAA AAA/ AAAAAA

the

beginning
;

or

front

of

any-

thing

the opening words of a book.


of

hat

the beginning or front

any-

thing,

i\
[hat-a

bows

of a boat, the breast

'^^

before.

:5I
^
w

prince, chief]

'^^ wf

J]

'

^^^ *^^

divine princes.

hati

O
the

heart

plur.
;

^^^'O \Z'

c^

hatet

a rope in the bows of a boat.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


hati
o w " o

257

ung-uent o the best kind,

Hil-mui?)

8
[]

[]

"^

rr

AAAAAA

AA/N/vAA

tlie

name o one

o the

Forty-two

AA/VvAA

Jud:es in the Hall of Osiris.

Hit

a proper name,

hu

a mistake for

hu

fX

"^v^

hair, tresses.

Hu
I

the god of food, divine food.

Hui
hu
to

smite,

to

strike

X
smiting
s
a

{i, 6.,

clapping)
o

their

hands

X
1

smitmg.

hut
huit'Ra
IV.

a smitmg.

smiters of Ra.
17

258

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Hu'tepa

m
R

X "^"^

"^)^ a proper name.

hua

C)
1

IK
_^^

^
c=^^f=3

to

be

filthy,

in

a stinking,

corrupt, or rotten state.


c::^

huaat

C
filth,

dung,
^i^

offal
;

\^]

a
cat'

a
hui
to decree, issue

a command.

huia

hun

to

be in the state

of a child

boy, child, young

man

plur.

hunu

IL'^'^f'
hunen
V

.%\mi%\n
AAAAAA (^
rr

hunt
AA/VWA

maiden,
>

fe-

2:irl.

Hut-Pe-...

I^^D^^,^
A/W\AA

huh

"

l\

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

waterflood, a large mass of

water.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

259

heb

"^Z^
^

festival.

J
hebu
hebit

o
festivals.

u^' yaffil!
^
j
io^

hebt

^:7

the book containing the words of


the festival service.

heb
heba
hebt

"^^^

ij

^^^2:7
' ' '

fowls

and

fish

for

the

festival.

to

play

(at draughts).

-^

AAAAA^
irri

AAAAAA
.\AAAAA

hebbet

m
8
1]

stream, flood.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

AAAAA/\

hebenut
fyebs

^^^ t^ "^

a cake, confectionery.
.

if u
ir'

to
s
a

be

clothed
"^

fl

clothed.

a garment.
5,^

hebs

J-'T-'
J

garment, clothing, a swath-

mg;

17*

260

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


R
(1

HebUre-f
hept
"^

^=^^ ^=^

a proper name.

X ^ fn. ^ for
^

8 ft

^^

Q' ^

embrace, embrace

D
;

DA
hept

^
breast
(?),

^^
8

C^\

embrace.

Hept'Ur

^ "^^ ^
^

^ proper name.

Hept'Shet 8 ^ (^
Aa.\
I

^H

the

name

of

one of the Fortyin the Hall of

"fr

two Judges
Osiris.

heptu
i
I

oars of a boat,
I)
I
I

doorposts.

hept

o _il M ^ ^ ^ ^^\ A

^^

move forward, advance


D

see

^M\

ad-

vancing.

heptet

^^

a course, a place for walking.

Hept'ur
Hept-re
hept-re

^g r 1)1
D

^ proper name.

^^ <=^
I

S^

a proper name.

^-.rTn^<:=>

to shut the

mouth,

to

gnaw (?).

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

261

he fan
heS.
w
Ss

serpent, snake.

l^^w

<? <?

a serpent with two


legs.

he fait
hefiu

^i
^?N

he fen
heft

'^^::-.

one hundred thousand.


to sit

2^^=^

'^^=^-

down,

to rest.

hem
hem
J^^
'

a particle.

J^::^

to r etreat,
sro

make

to

O
hem.

back.

A
C'
y

to steer, or

paddle a boat.

hemiu

paddle

oar

rudder.

hemi
11
I

steering pole.

hemu
j

paddles.

hemit

hemaka

^s^&

^^

'p-

Hemaka
the
I

name

of a

town and

of a god.

262

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


R

hematet

^ ^ ^
w

,_^

name
J^

of a

chamber.

hemu
hexnt
I

artificer,

workman.

work, handicraft.

hemt hemt
'=^

Q
I

o
III

a mineral.

copper, bronze.
ill

he men

slaughter.

Hemen
hement

CZZZ]
AAAAAA

the

name

of a god.

^^

forty.

nn

hems
H

to

sit,

be

seated,

to

dwell;

sittmg ones

^
;

11

seated.

hemset

a sitting, seat.
M

hemt

Avoman, wife

plur.
;

f)

^
^
\LL\

!l
i

woman
\k
C

belonging to a

iD

man, wife.
king's

woman,

i.

e.,

queen.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

263
e,,

O
1

god's

woman,
woman.

i.

priestess.

D ^^^ ^
!

f\

Asiatic

i#^iri
hemt
hen
hent
^

fl

women

c^oddesses.

a proper

name

(?).

cow, cow-goddess; plur.


servant, slave
plur.

^Yv^
i

^j

v\^

servant (fem.), slave.

hen
fpsA

mi
hen ka

god's servant,

i.

6.,

priest.

priest of the Ka^ or double.

hen

hen
A
A,\AAAA A-NAAAA

/^

V\

hen en
AAAAAA
^A/V\AA

y\

to

go forward,

to run.

henhen
/> AAAAAA /> AAAAAA

hen
-^ AAA/\AA U

AAAAAA

to bestow, to
>

be given

or provided with, or-

henu

O
f^ AAAAAA ^

dered, arranged.
(^

264

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

hen, heni

"^
^AAAAA

^
III

^ w^
AA/VVV\
III

flowers, plants, blossoms.

hen

-^
AAAAAA

^1

to praise;

-^ ^^^tk_
I I

A> AAAAAA

.-21

hena

AAAAAA

with,

along with,
n
n

and;

<c=r

AAAAAA
D

^-^

with

I X
li

AAAAA^

'

X^

III

triumphant with ^

spake with god.

henu
J^eniu

AAAAAA

offerings, gifts.
/^ AAAAAA
I
I

henu
/> ^A,^AAA

ZJ.

I ^^1
]

pillars.

henu
henbet

8^

to

draw

to oneself.

1^

^ AA/W\A .2^

J
1

corn-land.

heneb
^1
I I

offerings

of grain

pro-

duce.

\AAAAA

-sdj

'

Henbi
\AAAAA -iO
LI

the god of the cultivated


U.

lands.

henmemet Q ^=
also

rn

S^^

men
folk,

and

kiM
people,

women
man-

kind.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

265

henemnem
hen en
henen
/^>

^
/VvAAAA

to labour, toil.

AAA/WA

y AAAAAA
AAAAAA

AA/VAAA

<

U)

i'={^

AAAAAA

phallus

fi

AAAAAA

/^AAAAAA

r^a)
e

phallus of Ra.

henu (or hennu)

AAAAAA

^(=0)
name
I
/

Henu
Hennu
hennui
A
AAAAAA (
AAAAAA

of a sacred boat

which

J\

Q.

was drawn round the sanctuary at dawn at Memphis.


to

go

about,

to

wander,

move forward.
^\

hennui

hen nuti
hennuit

^ X ^
R 8

^H H
Jill

AAAAAA (^

A
I

O O

the beginning and end o

time or of eternity.
crocodiles.

D^-^3?=w
w
I

AAAAAA (^

AAAAAA

hennut
hennuti
/^ AAAAAA

fraud, deceit.

\\

two horns, a pair

of horns.

hens

A AAAAAA

L-l

266

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

henseki
AAAAA
^"

^^

hensekit

hensekt
''^r^

hair,
tress.
M

lock

of

hair,

hensekti

O
henkesti

^^c^
\\

"^

^:^

{sic)

Hensek
Hensektiu

god with much


v^^^

hair.

.^

tlie
] '

gods

with
i. e.,

much hair,

the gods with long hair and beards.

Henseket-menat'AnpU'eni'kat-en'Utu
^^:^
ni
I

oar
I I

name

of a rope.
to

henk

give

present

offer
;

offered,

given.

henket
L

offerings.

Henku-en-Arp
^ AAAA/V\

a proper name.

AAAA^A
^;

n
fl

Henku-en-fat'Maat
.^-^\)]>

a proper name.

'

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

267

henku
henket
henkit
Q
J]

balance.

't
AAAAAA

^^

the funerary bed,


or chamber.

Henket
hent

IK
f^ AAAAAA

the

name

of a town,

^
A/ySAAA

-}

lake, canal, stream, pool.


AAAAAA

hent

M
AAAAAA

Ul

to

be

hostile.

AAAAAA

hent

o
I

mistress

lady

sovereign,

queen.

queen of the gods.


lady of the crowns of the

South and North.

(^li

AAAAAA

[j

mistress of the pylons,

queen

of

the

Two

Lands,

Hent
hent a

AAAAAA

crocodile,

w
to fall into oblivion, or decay.
V~j

AAAA/\A

268

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


god
a
of

Henti
henti
henti

the two

crocodiles,

name

of Osiris.

AAAAAA
\\

crocodile.

AAAAAA

a pair of horns.
the two-horned gods,
j

^
AAAA/NA
\\

or

the two two-horned gods.

henti

^
o

AAAAAA

n
L_

the beginning and end of


AAAAAA

L
1
I

2^
I

time, or of eternity.

AAAAAA

henti pet

>

^
Henti-requ

AAAAAA

the two ends of heaven,

w
AAAAAA

a proper name.

A
^
AAAAWV

Hent'khent'ta-meru her
I

^
v^

czszD

r^

proper name. ^ ^
etc.

^^
1
^

in,

at,

upon, on, by,

^?

en her upon.
i.

her-a
her- ah

on the hand,
mediately.

e.,

straightway, im-

^
^ O
,,

@Ow

in the middle
in
;

of,

dweller

plnr

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Her-ab-uaa-f

269
;

^
^S~~^

t^

^^
f^

Svithin his boat"

proper name.

Her-ah-arit'f

F=q
lier-ab-kara-f

tf>^^

^Svithin his eye

a proper

2^^==^^

name.

# ^Ufl'^^J)" within his shrine"


a proper name,
straightway, forthwith.

her

ma

^ @
'"^^
\

her entet her enti sa


her sa
heri

"^'^

because.
(

@^
w

besides, in addition to.

F=^

he who
chief

is

above, or over,
principal
of.

F=q
F=q

of,

chief scribe; ^=^|ifo|i

chief of the

writings;
altar

i^=q ^^T^

chief

of the

^^
I

chief of
I

the altars.

heriu
?
I I
I

those those
>

who are over, who are above,


' _ _

i'

celestial

beings

chiefs.
I

270 heriu

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^
^

Us
,

those
}

who

are over, those


celestial

who
;

are

above,

beinsrs

<=^ ^ (
heru

chiers.
I

# t^

^ %\

^^^ upper regions, what


t

is

above

^
F^

heaven,

Aeri tchatcha

^
I

f^
'
I

^
@

\
I

chief,

governor, pre-

<~>^ ^^1^=^
^
^

sident.

"^
;

chieftainess, 2:oddess.

Lni
hert

^^

^__^ the upper regions, the sky, heaven.

^ ^
Heri-akeha-f

w^p
^ A

the heaven
2.

of

eternity.

e.,

the

everlasting

heaven.

^
Y
^

?AA^

S\

''chief of his

ocean";

proper name.

Heri-uatch-f ^^^
^^

^._

''chief of his sceptre"

^ ^^^

a
\
\

name name

of

Horus.
;

Heri'Uru

^S^.
\N

^iS^t^ S\

"chief of the great ones"

'^

\nJl\l p=^ ^^^


]

the

of

one of the

Forty-two Judges in the


I

^~^

^^-^^

'

Hall of Osiris.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Heri'Sesh

271
writings"

^^==^

fl

^i^

Ifl

J]
[

S\
'

''chief of the

^
Heri-sep'f

r'^'
S\ l|

'^

a ])roper name.

^^^^*^ D
^^

''chief of his ''^

time";

a proper

"^^^^

^
I

name.
"he who
i.

Heri'Sesh[eta]

^ r-^
<=^^=>X

is

over the secrets"

e.,

secretary.

>

sand";

title

of

^
I

^^n
ooo

"those

who
a

are on [their]

^^==^

'

sand";
dwellers

name
in

of the

the desert.

Heri-ta

^^^^

"governor of the land".

Heri-tchatcha-taui

==^^^

"governor

of
i.

the

Two

@
her
^^^

"^^^
and.

Lands";

e.,

Egypt.

^=-

face;

plur.

#!^
^

^^

,,

two faces

j| the divine face.

her

em her

>

<>

face to face.

her neb

^ ^
I
'

every one.
i i

heru nebu

>
'
I

^:z^
|
*
I I

^^3::='

'

folk, all
^^^ ^1^^

men, mankind,
people.

<>

v8\

^ni
I

272

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Herui
I

^^^||
'^-=-

the god of the two faces.

Herui'f

>
I

he of the two faces,


a proper name.

Her-ua

^-^

the

name

of a fiend.

Her-nefer

""^^^^

^'beautiful

Face"; a name
Ptah;

of

Ra and

^
I

^zi^

Her-f'ha-f

''he

with his face he-

hind him": the name


of

one of the Forty-two Judges in the

Hall of Osiris.

Her-k-en-Maat
her

>

c^p
.:.

[? J]

proper

name.

or

-0-

heru
>

to terrify,

be frightened.

O
i I I

herit
heri
^-nr^
]

terror, fright.

.to

go away, depart, be away,


off
;

heru

"S*

%^

^6 afar
I

x:

ji

[1.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

273

Her
the ancient

name

of the

Sun-god

applied to the king as the representative of the Sun-god on


earth.

Herui

the pair of

Horus gods,
Set.

i.

e.,

Horus and

Heruisenui
Heru-aa-abu ^

.^i.^

the two

Horus brethren.

t^ O

'^Horus,
hearts''.

great one of

Heru-ami-abu-her-ab-ami'khat

ii&:
^'Horus
,

^ " O
III

^i w
hearts, he

dweller

in

who

is

in the intestines'

Heru-ami-athen

w^wri'i
<2^ o r"
the

Horus, dweller
16

Disk".

Heru-arit

(?)

"Eye

of

Horus".

HervL-ahai

\m
I

Horus the Fighter

(?).

Heru- Un-nefer

m\"

Kins: of the

South and North, Horus Un-nefer".


IV.

18

274

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Heru'ur
Heru-merti

^ The
'^

elder

Horus

as opposed to

Horus the son


Horus
i. e.,

of Isis.

00

two Eyes, Sun and Moon.


of the

oo

Heru-em-khehit

\K

|y^ ^ Horus

of the North.

Heru-em-kbent'en-merti

WAAAA

\\

^^^~2>-

/{Tk
AAAAAA

^^S>-

Heru-n eb- urert

A.

^'Horus,
j

lord

of the Urert-

croTvn".

Heru-netcb'her-atef'f

TvITIkII
I

^Horus, the advocate of his father".

Heru-her-neferu

) 1"^-=

tk 0<=::>Jr^)i

^T
I
I

''Horus
the

on

pilot's

place [in the Boat of Ra]".

Heru-khuti

^
^
w
w

Horus
c

of the horizons

of sunrise
1

and

sunset.

^||
w
^

Heru-Khuti-Khepera P

Harmachis Khepera

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

275
'^Horus dwel-

Heru-kh en ti-an
Merti
(fill

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

,4;;^~>-

(?)

ling in blind>

ness",

i,

e,,

Horus
(fib

(the

^ ^ oo

sky)

when

neither the sun nor

moon

is visible.

Heru'khent-Khatti
Heru-khenti-heh
pp.

df

m
w

aaa/nAA

^y

vernor of eternity".

Heru'khent-heh

Jj^tAS^r'Horus^travel^ ^i^^ ^ ^ M ler of eternity".


__
AAAAAA

Heru-khenti'Sekhem

-^
'
'

"Horus,

governor

of

Sekhem"

(Letopolis).

HerU'kbesbet-merti

1^5^=^"^
^
I

-.^

''Horus

III

.<s>e.,

with eyes of lapis-lazuli",

i.

blue-eyed

Horus.

Heru-sa-Ast

J^
'Horus
Isis".
J

son

of

jFferu-sa->isar

R^
fK

^f^
I

"Horus, son of Osiris'

Herusa-Het-Heru
HerU'Sekhai

"Horus, son of Hathor".

^(>l^l
18*

276

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

HerU'Shet'her

^ ^=^^ ^

an obscure'form of Horus.

HerU'Tehuti f\l

'

'Horus -Thoth".

HerU'tesher-merti P\

,'^=^,

/^^

^^^>-

''Red-eyed Ho-

Heru-shemsu

'P\

J^il
Heru

fl

%\ a D
_Zr
"ill

^'followers of
I
I

Horus",
of

or

"body-guard

Horus"; a
tataf ?\
^

class of mythical beings.

_M^

2^.0^

a^ 21
^

son

of

Kino^

Khufu who
Dead.

^^found" certain Chapters of

the

Book

of the

herset

f]

crystal.

heh

\kJ
^

million, a

number

past counting;

Pl-l',i,fn|- Twomil.

''"'
heh en sep

"ilMl
AAAAA,^

D
I

a million times, millions

AA/AAA
I
I

of times.

^^

^N,

AAAAAA

\^
211

xj

R 8

'

'

'

millions of festivals.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

277

heh
heh

k^^i
] I

^ ^
C^^

the land of millions of years.

eternity,

everlastingness.

I
o
Hehi
hehi
w
"^^

for ever

and ever.
of a god.

A'
fix

AAA

S\

the

name

to hasten after, search for

^^

li

U'

hes hes
'

']

8 5 n
-^ i
"**"^

^ ^

^^ praise,

be praised,
as

to give
sisrn

^^

reward

of

praise
praised.

hesu
heset

^\

favour, act of grace, the gift


of praise.

'h\
hesi

favours, praises.

he

to

whom

favour has

been shewn by the king

278

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

hesiu

plur. of preceding.

III
hesuiu

hesu

&

hymn
I

of praise

nnn Qxn nnnn a 1


70 hymns

the

of praise of Ra.

Host

u
^M.
I

name
dess.

of a

very ancient god-

HeS'her
"savage face"
;

a proper

He si' her
Hes'tchefetch

name.
"savage eye";
a

proper name.

hesu

^ ^ I

^
X
heseb
III

"'

dirt, filth.

'

mi

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

279
cal

heseb

to

count up,

reckon,
^^

estimate,

culate;

g^^,

."^^^PJ

v\ reckoned up.

hesbet

^ ^
a reckoning, an account.

computer of holy

offerings.

1
heseb

'^'"ilT^i
a
^

he who estimates characters

or

dispositions.

heseb
hesbet

accountant of the linen cloths.

u
^^
s

knife

(in

the passage X M

hesepu
hespu
hespet

nomes,

gardens.

^3EI

Hesept

a king of the 1st dynasty.

The
q. v.

true read-

ing of this
Semti,

name

is

280

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

hesmen

/>

u=ro
AAAAAA V^/ V^

AAAAAA

natron.

o
I

Hesert

the
to

name
Thoth.

of

a town sacred

hesq

to cut,

be

cut,

cut
Q
8

off,
(]
I

to

IP

wound,
s

... mow. to
cut.

IX
hesqet
8

<"='\

n^

'^

knife

Host

the

name

of a city.

hest

Ubation vase.

hekau

um\\
incantations
,

enchantments

magical formulae, charms.


amulets.

hekat
[heken
^^=^

^1

to praise

\AAAA ^Ar

hekennu
O
(^
]>

hymn

of praise, praise.

Q AAAAAA

v\

8^%^

praises,
I

songs of praise..

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

281

Jh^

those
ers.

who

praise, sing-

hekennu

R^^^]
^

an uns^uent or

salve.

AAAAAA

Hekennut^^^^
heq
heq
,
I
I

the

name

of a city.

"^

yi

^^ ^^^^? S^^^

commands.

z]

z]
,
I

jj

ruler

governor

heqet

<?z3

<?^

Ice-.'

Um

<>^
I

rule, sovereignty,

dominion.

heq

n
?

?^
"^

sceptre,

emblem

of rule.

?^ ^

ruler of Amenti.

^
\> 3x

governor of towns.

governor of the

Two

Lands.

\> \> "^

governor of the world.

T
? ^ "^^
governor of eternity.

282

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


T
j

Heq-ant

the
I
I

Xlllth nome of Lower


(capital

^--r

ID^^
heq
O'

Egypt

Heliopolis).

Heq-Maat-Ra setep-en-Amen
V
L^L-^aaaaaJI

of

nomen Rameses TV,

AD

l'

III

ale,

beer.

heqt
(=^
III

heqr

Zl

to
/}
I

be hungry

heqr heqr

hung-er.

heqrau
Heqtit
"^

hungry man.

T^OO

a goddess.

het
het

to rejoice.

house, section of a book, chapter.

Compare the Arabic cu^^


couplet,
poei11.
r
II,
1-

bet,

stanza,

portion
first

of

section,

-n

"

Z]0'

^ etc.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


J
I

283

house,

temple;

plur.

Het-aah

^
[\

\\

? ^

\ House
House

o the

Moon-god.

Het-Asar

fl

'^

"?^
^^^^
AAAAAA

o Osiris.

Het-Amen
Hef-A22es

V\
LD

'^
\\

'^
'

cr3

*^^

Hidden House.
Anes gar-

t_

ZJ

<=

f]

/]''^^^nT^

House

of the

Hef-ashe^ t^n ^
Het-ur

v^

u^

Ldiz-^czEZ] i:^Jri

%\^V
I
I

House of the statues


of the s-ods.

m
fl
'^
Jl

House

of the

Prmce,

city of the Prince.

Het'Uhem-her
Het-Usekh-her

0^/5i^iTI
fl

\K

/^

S\

House of the Face


Reue^Yer.
of

^ ^ House
I

Broad-face,

i. e.,

Ra,

Het-Ba
Het-Bati

h%r
f] S\[\ fJ7
/

House

of the Soul.

^
J

^ House
North.

of

the kinsf of the

Het'Benbent

Q^
CZ

^ House
J

of the Obelisk.

ZJ AAAAAA AAAAAA L

284

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Het'ka-Ptah

ILJ^

House
i. e.,

of the

Ka

of Ptah,

Memphis.
of the

Het-nemt

^1
^->.

House

Het ent Anpu


Hef
ei2f

AAAAAA r\ AAAAAA ^

kem-heru

^Z'^^
gods who have

@
I

House
I

vi of the

their faces.
i. e.,

Het- nub
'

o fw^ House
'

of gold,

sarco-

phagus.

Het-nemes

I
Het-Heru

^ Nemes
the

House

of

the

tiara,

or headcloth.

House

of

Horus,

i.

e,,

goddess Hathor.

Het-Khepera
"Zl

House
Q^
I"

of

Khepera.

Het-seru
d-zi

House
-

of the

Ram

gods.

Het'kau-Nebt-er-tcher

U
cr-z2\
I

B
Kau
of the Uni-

House
Het'tesheru

of the

versal Lady.

^s^%

House
gods.

of the red-

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.


heti
w

285

smoke.

heti

a wooden pole.
heart.

heti
heti
w
s

strength.

heti
throat, gorge.

hetit

hetep

to

be at peace,
or

to rest,

be

sa-

D'

^ D

tisfied

content,

to
to

be

at

peace with anyone,


in one place,
to

remain
(of the

set

tisfied,

content
life, i. e.,

v\
alive

setting in
setting

when

^ D

^ D S;^Mjl^f^5i^
)M
like
^'I

^ D
set

make Ra
and

to

Osiris,
sets".

Osiris to set

as

Ra

hetep

peace, content;

^
@

peace
at

hetepu

^ D ,^ ^ D
U
I

of heart

hi

peace on truth, or resting


on truth.

286

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^
hetep

^ a

111

peace

^ D
a table of offerings.

^
hetep

^ D
hetepet

I
^^

food which

is

offered to the

gods and the dead.

hetep neter

i=^

""""^l

D
^

offerings

sacrifices,

temple property in
1^ a CF=D cE=^
general.
I

hetep
I

0^
I

C^Q zlD^^
^
Di

lA^miMHI
offerings
ale,

\ltiV
hetepet

of

cakes,
etc.,

oxen, fowl,

offerings

of propi-

^ D

tiation.

^D^

"?

Hetep

^
^

the

god

of

offerings

plur.
;

0^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Heteptiu

287

^ D ^ D
Hetep
w

gods who are regularly


I

provided with
ings.

offer-

the town of the god Hetep,

^ D
hetepu
geese.

^ D
Hetep'tnes

^ D

a proper name.

Hetep'HerU'hems-uau
I I

proper name

r-^^

the

name

of

a goddess.

Hetep'ka

==^ ^ D

U
I

a proper

name

Hetep'taui

a proper name,

^
hetem

j1^
hetemu

to

destroy,

be

des-

troyed.

destroyers.

288

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


be

hetem
to
filled with,

pro-

1^
Hetem-ur
Hetemt'her
heter
8 J

^%^^

provided.

^'great destroyer"

name

of

a god.

/^^
"^

XU
Q

^
I
)

"
I

'^

^
to

f)

destroying face";
of a god.

name

pay something which

is

obligatory, legal due, some-

thing like tithe.

hetru
hetes
hetet

impost, tax.

illl

2\\\^
l^^^^^gP

to

be lord

of.

scorpion.

HeteUt
hetch
hetchet

S3^J)
'i^
A V

Scorpion-god.

X ^^^

to

do

evil,

to

plunder,

steal,

waste, destroy, filch away.


theft,

ti^ ^ X

wickedness,

hetch hetch

'

white metal,
O
ill

silver.

11

to

be bright,

to shine.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


hefch ta

289

n
I
I

dawn, daybreak.

hetchu

light.

Hetch-abehu
I
I

'White teeth"
of one of the

the

name

o
o
Hetch-re
I

Forty-two
Hall of

Judges
Osiris.

in

the

a proI

per

Hetch-re-pest'tchatcha

name.
light.

hetch'hetch

<?

'^

<f

hetchet

y ^

^ O
<<

white.

hetchet

the

White Crown,

or

Crown

of the South.

hetchti

white sandals.

hett

light.

I
hetchu
I i
I

loaves.

hetchas
t^
IV.

19

290

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

KH.
;

kha

one thousand
plur,

T T two thousand

;
I

kha
I^TD

chamber.
crzj

kha
khat
C3
,

the material body, dead

body

^)1 j\ divine
plur.

corpse;

'jj

khaa

A
A
kbaa

to

set

aside,

cast

away,

to

throw.

r:

emissions.

khaam

&. A
^-^ Y '^
throat.

to hasten.

khaamt
khaibit khaitiu

.^

le

shade,

shadow
j

plur.
;

T ^ V:>

slaughterers.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

291

khau
khaut

-TL

fire,

fire-altar, altars for

burnt

offerings.

khaut

?'&\ '%x'^|'^o

festival

of

burnt offerings,

khau
evil,
J>

sm.

I
I I i

khau
khau

basins, bowls.

to

be

plentiful,

abundant.

darkness, night.

khaut

'^'^%> "^^^
C3 "

fiends, the dead.

Khau-tchet-f

a proper name.

khabesu

"^

the

stars

the
;

thirtyis

six dekans the sing,

19*

292

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

khabet

n^j

-'^^^
I I

fraud, deceit.

khapa

rj

a portion of the body, the

navel

plur.

^kK \\
(?)

C3^
Khap'khap

buttocks
(?)

pudenda
(?).

muliebris

thighs

^ n^

r]

'

^ P^^^

^^

^^^

^^7

>

^^^
(?).

god

of

the Ecliptic

kham
khamesu
khart

to subdue,

be submissive.

ears of corn.

a
>

kind
cry.

of

bird

with a piercing

kharu

Khars at a

.^^

[^

a proper

name

khakh

A A
A
khasu
I

to seek,

run

after.

swift.

All!

the lower eyelids.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

293

khasi

bad,

evil,

wicked, cowardly.

khast

territory, country.

Perhaps

the readme: or

khak'Stbu

the timid-hearted, enemies.

O
khaker
to

be decorated, pretty,

ornaments, decorations.

Khatiu

a class of divine beings.


[

khat

^TT
1

fire altar.

khat
^\(^

^^^J
^^^^^"^

'

^elly
A

'

^omb

^^

\\\

/WVVV\

n^

(L c^re

of the sy-

camore; plur.

khat

the

XVIth nome
(?).

of

Lower

Egypt

khat

<C:?^

1k

^
[

a kind of ground.
I

s
khatu

<.,.= %^Q<^
''^ IKf' t^ ^

dead body.
dead bodies.

khatememti

^""^

K K

'^

^n

nostrils.

294

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

kha

S S
s

to rise like the sun, to

ascend

the

throne,

to

be crowned,
king or god).
rises
;

s
t^

to

appear

(of the

khau

s
J

S
^1
ing;

t^ ^ he who
;

one who rises

ris-

risen.

crowned;
pearance.

beautiful ap

khau

S
risings, splendours, coro-

nations.

khau
khai

s s S

^
5

crowns, diadems.

crown.
babe, child.

|][)

the

name

of a god.

khiuaut
iciiu

^ C)

(9

perfume.

^T

to dress.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

295

khu
khui

e
khaui

w
($.

to protect, strengthen, to

do good
w

to.

khu
khut

\l

protection.

khu

the

spirit

soul

of

man

which was immortal, as


opposed
heart
to the
a

<^^^ or

HM
D
/\

which fed upon offerings and lived


soul

with the Ka.

M
A

the equipped soul.

the perfect soul.

khu

plur.
ing.

of

preced-

Four Khu and Seven Khu


mentioned,

are

and certain of the Khu were


nine cubits high.

296

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


the spirit soul of Osiris,

khu

M
khu

or Ra.

^^
of Osiris.

is

title

to shine,

be glorious.

khu

glory, splendour,

ra-

diance,

brilliant
light.

khut

things,

Jj

khu
khut
'tL

^
w

^
SAi

words
I

of power,

the

name name
er

of a light-

goddess.

Khu-kheper-ur Q.&\^ ^

^ proper

name.

khunt

^^^^

drink offerings.

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

297

khus
khut khut

to construct a building,

make

a cistern.
fire.

the place in the sky where the

sun appears on the horizon in


rising or setting, the horizon.

northern horizon.

western horizon.

C03

eastern horizon.

p,j-^

the horizon of the


tain of sunset.

moun-

'

'

o n
khuti
cO]

<^

the hidden horizon.


I

^ n
cO]

the gods or beings


of the horizon.

cz^

khui
]

words
J'

of

power.

298

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

kheb

,j^,.j_i
]

to defraud, pilfer, steal.

kheb
kheb
-J
'^
r 1

slaughter.

to
>;

be defeated, over-

kheb a

thrown.
D

khebu

X
i I

defeat, defeated ones.

kheb a
s
a

to destroy.

khebu
Khebent

AAAAAA

AAAAAA AAAAAA
AAAAAA

to

be dipped into some

liquid, steeped.

f?\

a proper name,

J
khebent
AAAAAA
I

evil,

wickedness.

J
khebenti ^
^

AAAAAA

7K^ X

i
[

evil doers.
I

khebkheb

to destroy,

destruction,

khebkheb

^j^j

X X

torture chamber.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

299

khebs

~*

11

to

plough

^J

-if
khebs
ta
w

plougher.

the ceremony or festival


of

ploughing the earth.

IK
khebsu
"^
Ill

^3::7

devourer
star,

(?).

khebs

lamp.

stars, the Thirty-six

dekans.

khebt
X

^ X

^
loss,

injury,

damage;

J
khebt

^J

destroyer.

dance.

khebt
J

^ X
torture

chamber, slaughter

J-!

'

house.

'Ih^

300

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

khep
khept

m D

to travel, journey.

A
journey.

DA
khep
D
a part of the body, navel
(?).

khepu
D

Khepiu
D

^(iMh^^^flM
^
I

the STods
are.

who

kheper
kheperu

to

come

into being,

become,

exist,

subsist,

to turn into something,


,

to
I

create

to

form

fashion

e,
<d:>

O
<n::>

non-existent

when
;

takes place,

when
to

it

happens

i
?

^^
;

D.
<

be or become satisfied
is

AAAAAA '^AAAAA

thy

name

what?
those

M-

who become.

midmi

ci
khepert
that

self-created.

which

is,

what

exists, thing.

J>

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

301

kheperu

H
e
form, phase of being, some-

thing evolved, transforma-

\\

tion,

change.

14
kheperu
I

w
\N\
I)

forms, transformations,

s
kheperut

kheper
kheprer
D
'

scarab, beetle.

Kheper a
Kheperra(?)

the

Beetle-god,

form

of

the Sun-g-od.

m
I

I'

II

Khepesh ^

/^^ ^

the constellation of the Thigh.

302

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

khept
^tcptet

S^;
D

Wttock;

plur.

^^

?,

khept
khefa
Arliefa

<^
I I

food.

.^
S*

'^
D

to grasp,

to seize

with the

hand
1
I

khefa
fist,

grasp.

khefat

t:^

k hefit
kheft kheft her
khefti

^
,^
^

f^t'
^
I

quay, river bank.


in front of,

according

to,

con-

formably
opposite

to,

when.
of.

to,

before the face

mh
enemy,
fiend.

^
kheftiu

w
!.

^
(

^^
vv
I

enemies.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

303

khem

to burn,

khem khem

shrine.

to

be ignorant,

to

put an end

to(?);

^ Vv ^-^ ^
;

y
,-JW

^S^^aaaaaa

rant, helpless

^ v\

unknown

is

his

name.

khem
khem.

an ignorant man.

to overthrow, destroy,

khemiu
overthrower
,

those

who
I

overthrow,

khem.it
I I

destructions.

Khemi

^^1
to

the

name

of

one of the

Forty-two Judges in the


Hall of Osiris,
lay hold of,
off.

khema
khemau
.1^

to

seize

and

carry

snatchers, seizors.

III

khemu

wind,

air.

304

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


ill'
l^XXt eisrnt

khemenu

MM
Khemenu
1

eighth.

"^ J J
=:
-J3.

*^^ ^^^^^ ^^^^ ^^ *^^


I

Company
at

of

Thoth who dwelt

Her-

mopolis.

Khemenu zz

AAAAAA

the

city

of

the

Eight

11=0

(s
I

gods, Hermopolis.

khemt

r=u)-,

III

three;

third.

khemt
to think, to

know,

to

intend.

\\

f^=TD

by

is

sometimes
for

written

mistake

khemt
khen
AAAAAA

the god of thought.

^A
A
^ ^,

khenn

to

hover

OA^er,

to flutter

AAAAAA AAAAA^

like a bird

when

alight-

A,%AAAA

ing on a tree, to perch


AAAAAA AAAAAA

A/WAAA

on something.

khennu
Khenit

AAAAAA AAAAAA

^^
the goddesses
I

who

fly or

dance.

"

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

305

khen
AAAAAA
I

to

e-arment be dressed, fe"


>

khen

'^^czi

p---,
'

^
'

the inner part of a house,


house.
within.

Khenn
AA/vAAA

the
Zl
rr^

name

of

a city in the

Sekhet-hetep.

khen

l^y^ AAAAAA

khenn
^
AAAAAA

^
/

to decay, to rot, to wither.

khen

r-T AAAAAA

to break,
strife,

smash, destroy,

stir

up

disturb, trouble.

r--T

AAAAAA

/TV

rT AAv^/NAA

Vlr

AAAAAA

^ \N\
trouble, revolt, desI

AAAAAA % AAAAAA
I

truction, storm, opposition.

AAAySAA

\^ ODD >5-J

khenui
O
IV.

mi

rebels.

20

306

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


\Xl

khen
khenen

\^

AAAAAA,

AAAAAA

to ferry across a stream,


to

transport

by water,

to

row, to paddle.

V^
khent
\XI

AAAAAA VS\

AAAAAA

a passage, a journey.

khenen

Y
AAAAAA 1
It

sailo]

khen a
n

to

lock up, shut up,

keep

IT
(1^

fl

in captivity.

khenp

AAAAAA

to
.

draw

out,

pluck

out.

AA/VsAA

tearing
AAAAAA

tearers, renders,

khenf

a bread-cake.

khenem
AAAAAA
^.^-4rv>

jasper, carnelian.

khnem

6^1

to form, join

up or together.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

307

Khnem

fj rr

V\

'^

|A

the god

Khnemu,

the Potter

Khnemu-Heru-Hetep V)\\ ^
^ D
Vi

the

name

of a god.

khnem

^K
^c--^r^
<?\

^T
AAAAAA

well;

Q l\
^'

x^*-5ro AAAAAA

3: J!

"^^
.-^-^^^T^

AA/VV\A

a proper

name

(?).

KhnemeUurt
Khemetem-ankh

\\^

"^^^
fj.

proper name.

the

name

of

one of the Seven Cows.

khenem
to snuff the air,

to

^
a
ill
I

smell, scent out.

khenemti

^
AAA/

^^

nurse,
panion.

servant,

com-

'-^^^-'

khenemu

^
I

AAA/

Khenem-nefer

^AAA^

m ^ J^

c=:^!=.

6 il
20*

T f)

a prop er

name?

308

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

khenemem

^ V\ l\
AAAAAA
.^-^--^SrO ,.^^;^Ni>

/y

^^ smell, feed

upon(?)

Khenememti
AAAAAA

K K
,-s~^i:3iNb

^^

?)

?)

the

two minIsis

xv^^:3r>b

\>

istering god-

desses

and
AAAAAA
-r^^i^K^ .-^^^Jr^

Neph-

\\

)^V

thys.

khenemes
protector, friend.

j^v^i
khennu khennu
AAAAAA

rVA

those
j

who cry

out.

0^^

D^ii.
injury, evil hap.

khennu
D S

khenra
to shut in, imprison.

khenra
khenrit

fiends.

prison.

o n

khens
AAAAAA

lA
(
']

to stride about, to jour-

S
A
I

ney, travel.
/

'

)|

AAAAAA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

309

Khensu

\M
A

traveller",

name

of

the

Moon-god.

KhensU'p-aru-sekheru em Vast
ti^
S\

Khensu

worker

of

^^

destinies in Thebes.

Khensu em Uast
Nefer-hetepi

^
aaaa^a

Khensu

in Thebes, Nefer-hetep,

khent
Mill

the nose.

khent
the fore part
of

anything,

the

front, in front of, before.

|-T-|

^AAA/

he who

is

in

front,

or at

flln
rj-i

^
AAAAAA

the head,

chief,

governor.

Khenti Amenti

ill

He who
is

at the

i^
(fh

AAAAAA

o ^
f^/^o

head of Amenti and of


those

AAAAAA

who
I

are

therein

ii

a
I

title of

Osiris.

310

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Khenti

Aha

|-T-|

AAAAAA

Q^

he who
ing-.
piiui

is

chief of the fight-

Khenti-ahat

^AAA/^A

^^

title

of

Osiris.

Khenti' Un

m
ill
'^^^^

title

of Osiris,

Khenti'Peku

^
AAAAAA
[

a title of Osiris.
HHII

Khenti-menatuf
Khenti-Naaret-f m.
Khenti-nut-f

I .

'=^
' ' '

title

of

I) e ^^^ ^

Osiris.

T^
[

^
a
title

title of Osiris.

*\_4=

of Osiris.

Khenti-nep
iti

^ ^ D

Khen\

title

of Horus.

Khenti neter het

AAAAAA

''Chief

of

the

god-

(i
Khenti neter seh
Khenti Re-stau
|-y-|

house".
AAAAAA C3

^
[zm
(0

''Chief

of

the

god- hair

AAAAAA CT

fV

(i
.

"Chief

of

the fune-

^jl
ridors"
;

rary corof Osiris.

title

Khenti'hetut'f

lITL^^Ii'-ll

"OWef

of

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

311

^^
^^

AAAAAA '^

-^^-^ W
and beards".
a
[

''Chiefs of lone: hair

Khent heh

m.

T^\^

title

of Osiris.

Khenti Heq-ant Jix "'^ ? Y

title

o Osiris.

llillo

^Xl o

JTill

of the

magic

boat.

Khenti-khas

''>'^~^c?'j\

^
f)

name

of a god.

c>

lC/,ef.K/,arti

! " '^'^.^

belly";
I

title

of

f ^]()[||

Horns.

Khenti-Suten-henen JU ^'^ 1

^Tll.#
^
\\

::::r^

title

of

^
1

Osiris.

Khenti-Sekhem

JTL

"""^

"^ ^
!U\ 'a'

title

of

-<op-,,iSri.

fjorusof

Khenti-seh-hemt

^Y ^npimrr
wife"; a

''chief

of

the

house of the
title

of Osiris.

Khenti-seht-kaiit-f

^
c^T]

^
title

''chief

sn ot the
of Osiris,

house of his cows"; a

312

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(or

Khent'She

meryAa-perti
of

ij'i^szzi^-^^
cz^
a:,

^'chief of

inn
title
j

the

Lake

Pharaoh"; a
AAAAAA
C\

of Osiris.

Khenti'Tenent

AAAAAA

->

title

of Osiris.

khent

-T-|

AAAAAA -zi

abode,
of

the private portion

palace
l_p.

or
I

temple
|_p.

^;;
khent
khenti
pr-i

AAAAAA

A/y\AAA

AAAAAA

"H

(fin
-r-i

o
AAAAAA

to

sail

upstream,

usually

to the south;
__.

fij^]!)!)

AAAAAA

^J^'
-r-i

AAAAAA

"H

^
khentiu
fllll

AAAAAA

sailors.

khenti
^olll

a mineral colour.

khent

AAAAAA y\^

AAAAAA

Vy

^^
to travel, journey.

i^NIiA
AAAAAA

1
y^

khenti
khenti

AAAAAA III

traveller,

11
AAAAAA
\\

^s^C^

y\

to ascend.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

313

khent

1?

thigh, haunch.

Khent'Hepiu

name ^ ^ ? \\\\ ^^te$J

of

the steer-

ing pole.

khent ch

to travel.

kher

a preposition, with, before,


y
I

etc.
of,

under the Majesty


of.

in

the reign

khert

the things

of,

the affairs of
^I

property or; <=:


affairs of the

the
,

country
business
of

the

the

Two
kher
as

Lands.

under, beneath

things or

beings
ih

who

are ar below.
of

under the favour

l^

_J^

before.

kheri

low-lying land, the earth as op-

posed

to the

sky plur.
;

314

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

kheru
'_Ii

^
j

men and women


tillers

in subjection,

t^
I

serfs, vassals, or
'

perhaps

tlie

*-^

of low-lying lands.

kher

to nave, hold, possess.

s:

^Li
,

^'heaven hath thy sonl, earth hath

thy form".

khert
I

ih

goods

possessions,
lot,

share, portion,

what

belongs

to

someone, property,
\1
I

wealth, products

of.

khert hru ^^A^

J]

^
]

the things of the day, what be-

longs to the day, daily round or


routine.

m ^

o
Q
AAAAAA

|o w
ra

every
ters.

day mat-

.^^
A.
I

o
I

^ O

kher
testicles.

kherui

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

315

kher
to fall
j;
fl

down,

to

happen.

kheri

fallen one, foe.

kherit
11
o
III

the dead, the damned.

kherit

o4^^~rx

victims for sacrifice.

Kher
Kher a
kheru

the

name

of a god.

a proper name.

voice, word, speech, sound;

reading unknown,
loud-voiced.

i^i^
^
111

man
^

voice.

\&n

multiplying the
j '

i^
I.

-^^

sound of words,

e.,

talking overmuch.

316

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

kheriu
enemies,
i

hostile

attacks.

Kher-aha ^

Q^

s;

a city near the


}

site

of the
tat,

modern Fus-

or Old Cairo.


kherp
.

]
[>

to

be chief or master,

to

direct,

be in command, to

\
Kherp

'

present an offering.

^
C

Prince, Chief ;plur.<S>

I)

(j^lj.

Kherp-nest

tx

title

of a priest.

kherpu
kherefu
,tk

steering pole.

2^2

two Lion-gods,
!

kher heb

1^

the

priest

who

recited

re-

i-j ^:3:7
/I\

ligious

compositions

and

the Liturgy.

(5

Khersera li^ 50^1=^0

a proper name,

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

317

khersek
i

to destroy

^ ^ *"
r
I

Khersek'Sh
khert

a proper name.
course.

^
i

khertu

it
(3

is

said, speech.

O
khert

child;

plur.^^lj.
1 [

^^
^=^^ t^"^

title

of

the

scribe

Nebseni.

khekh

to run.

A
khekh
khekhi
\\

throat.

khekhu
I

darkness.
I I

khes

\\

to slay.

khesu
(E

ritual,

a book.

khesbet

J J

o
I

blue stone, lapis-lazuli

318

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

11
11
khesef
a^

real lapis-lazuli as

oj)-

III

posed

to blue paste.

blue-eyed.
o
j-

j^

^^

to

meet, to oppose, to drive


;

back, repulse

^^2^l2^
ir-

p^khesef' a ^-^
5;

1
I

repulse

-^^^^

resistible. resistible,

kheseft

^^
s;

repulse.

khesefu

^^
I I

adversaries, foes
liostile faces.

^^^I I I
I I

A
III

^
III

bowings down before,


a proper name.

Khesef-at ^^

Khesef'her-ash'kheru

^-f

"^

S\

<^=K

t^

proper name.

Kh esef'h er-kh emiu

the

name

of

the herald

of

the

Seventh Arit.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

319

Khesem
khesteh
khet

^
f

^
R
^^

^
^

Letopolis.

to destroy.

/]

steps, throne.

"^

^^
fire,

great stairs of Osiris.

khet
khet

^n
^'^"'^

flame.

wood,

tree, stick, staff, sceptre,


;

board
rod.

planks of a ship

khet

vo-^.^^

khet
khetkhet

iV
^ A.
'

mast.

to retreat,

go back.

khet

"^^'-^

back, behind.

^J
khet

^
^
Ill

behind, in the following

of.

followers.

to Avrite, to cut

on wood or

khetu

stone;
cut,

^^^^^^^

Mn

engraved.

320

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

khet
things,
affairs,

cases,

goods, pro-

perty.

'^

everything.

^
Cbr^

^
I I

%\ ^^^
-il
I

all sorts

of

bad

things.

J^/^o -J
'

everything
pure.
all

beautiful

and

(E

JS
^
^"^"^

most beautiful things.

sweet things.

111^-^
I

C^ tk '^ l"^ ^ JTi


I

everything

bad

and

evil.

<M>
I i

r-N

^^^

things about Osiris

things on the altars.

things of
'

Horus

(i. e.,

offerings, pro-

'

'

-^^^^

perty

of).

t^ p=z;i
I I I

things (offerings) of the night.

ci:^

^ ^ oyo
I

things of the festal altars.

^
'I
I

tZi

T-n thing's of his father Osiris.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

321

^^

-<2>-

things of the

Eye

of

Horns.

ov.._^
I

thinsrs of the Boat,

their personal things.


I

1^

IIM

khetu

(Sill
khetita
I

fiends, devils.

khetem

\\

to shut in, to seal, close the

door on

khetemiu
I
i

those shut
H\
fl fl

in.

khetemit

o 9

closed place, prison,

khet
khetebet

to float

down

stream.
w

jr?: -

~i

^
o
I

.
I

s.
her, she,
AAAAA/\
I

its

V ^^aaaa

aa/vaaa

T)
,

5a

^1

person, man, one.

everyone, everybody.

IV.

21

322
set

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


woman.
I

sa

son.
I

son of Ra.

firstborn son.

D
sat
daughter.

O
sati

daughter of Ra.
the w
Isis

Vr
1L
'

two

divine
i,

daughters,

6.,

and Nephthys.
title of

Sa-mer-f

"Son loving him"

a priest.

Sa-pa-nemma
' ' '

a proper

name.

Sa-ta

'son of the earth"; the


of a serpent.

name

sa

side,

back.

in the side.

[^

afterwards.

[^

behind.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

323

^
I

[q1
I

after.

l\
sa
[q]

..__j]

by the back.
chamber
(?).

cm
to

sa

protect,

a thing which protects,

protection. See

"

sa
I

to perceive,

know, recog-

0|
I
I

j^
]

knower of hearts,
"^
'"

sauu

^m

M^

trier of reins.

ise

man.

Sa
the god of knowledo'e.

Sau
Sa-Amenti-Ra

o
W
fl

a
W

proper

name.

Saau'ur
\

^\\\\\>^^^^
^

a proper name.
''shepherd";
21*

Saa

-^

name of Osiris.

324

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


P
<S
;

sau

X
n

i^a ^
(^

^%'^'
X

to

watch, keepi
over,

guard
protect,
in
to

4-^'h!>
sau, sai

keep

restraint

tend sheep.

watcher,
guardian,

shepherd.

plur. of

preceding.
I

A
III

people in

fetters.

watchers,

warders,

fetterers, fetters.
I I

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p
sait
w
/
I

325

restraint,

ward,

sau

^*^4^
tk

corruption.

Sau

^ ^

the city of

Sai's.

%.M<^4
saaiu

p=^

-fv

Upper

Sais.

Lower

Sai's.

evil ones (?).

1^
s-au
to

make

glad, to provision,

wide goings, journeyings.

saut

to transfer.

sab
sab

making

to cease.

PfJV
(?)

jackaliplur.

[ly^-^

Sab

Saba
Sabes
(I'^X

the

name

of a god.

11

^^^ herald of the Second Arit.

sam
^
)

to

consume, burn up.

326

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Samiu
samiu
1

^^
V\
^J^\,

^.m
[)

a group of gods or fiends.

ti^^ s^'is
1|

''-'^^

^^"-

>^ II
hair.

samut
samit

[g]

^ '^

W\

^
[

tresses, hair.

Sanehem
sanehemu
Sar
saru
sariu
n

^ ^
o
.1

'^v

1^

^^^^

^^^y ^^ grasshoppers.

^^ ^
"v\
!

gi^^sshopP^rs,
I

Osiris.

^ Ik

"^^^

order o dismissal

(?).

^[^'fevfT^^.#' -^4 4 -ir ^^&ii

'"'"'^^^

disposed

per-

sons.

sah

Ill

1
}

to

journey, to traveL

journey.

sah

an

estate, farm,

homestead.

Hill
fingers, toes, claws.

sah

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

327

Sah

Orion.

name,
to
collect,

gather together.

Saq^baiu f]^

i
I

^^collector
I

of

souls"

u Jr*

the

name

of a boat,

Saqnaqat
sat
.

a proper name,
[^

^
^

apparel, garment, robe,

dress.

sat

to think

scorn of the god.

sat

^"^^^
I

evil,

evil one.

satu
sat

^ U^^ %
^
ci

^^^^^'

building.

o
l^

earth,

ground,

floor

of

TV

s
Ill

chamber.
threshold.

sati

w
ITTTTn

328

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(1

Satiu

the city of Siut, the


Asytit.

modern

satu
I

'^^
i I

terrors.

Sa
Saa
1

the

name

of a

town and

of

a god.
the god Sa.

Saa

the

name

of a

town and

of

a god.

Sau
saat

"^^i

to cry out.

P^^^^
n

to encroach, attack.

Saatiu
I
I

slaughterers.

o
sau
sabit

w
P.U..
AAA/nAA
AA/'>AAA

pq^^l
drink water,

to

AAAAAA

animals for sacrifice.

sab-kui
to

make

to

weep.

sap

to judge, decide,

compute, reckon
inspect,

up,

examine,

inquire

judged, computed.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


1

329

sapu
sap

(]

D^l judge, judgment

plur.
;

^ ()

n^| ^
|

account, reckoning,
I I I

list

of goods, property.

sapti

D
,

^ w.

Sap
sapt
D
H

the

name

of a god.

abode of the god Sap.


to

sam (saam)
san
n

fl

A W\

shew kindness,

length, extent.
(1

san

AAAAAA

to

be kind, do good
l[
1

to, benefit.

<^<
C3

nourish;
benefit.

things which
AAAAAA
ill

^AAAAA

san

3X

n
I

clay,

san
I

AAAAAA

to walk,

march, pass along,


draw.
case.

san san
sas

to pull,

to
AAAAAA

be in good

Ill
,

Six;
III
'

HID
111^

sixth;
'

=
III

'

^la'i '^'

III

AAAAAA

\,^^

the festival held


of

on the

sixth

day

each month.

330

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Sasa

nm
M
z]

the

name

of

a city

saka
saqer
Sati

to afford relief.

to

make

strong, or perfect.

the

name

of a city.

PI
executioners.
]

sati

headsman, executioner,
to transfer,
I

sat en

/VSAAAA

saa

to

magnify,

saam
AA/W\A sab{suab)^^^\^^ AAAAAA

to slay.

AAAAAA

to wash, purify, cleanse.

/
I

AAAAAA

\\f
I
I
I

AAAAAA
-eid

ll

(J

AAAAAA

n
1

^K'iO AAAAAA / AAAAAA g


I
I

washed, plated.

^^^

-^ AAAAAA

Zl

saba
to
fjfi

make

to

enter,

force

Il'i^^'^

j]

^1^

entrance.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD


p

331

sam
to

make

to eat or drink, to

swallow.

sawiu
eaters,

devourers.

Sam-em-senf

~~

of blood"

a proper name.
eater of bones"

Sam-em-kesu

!^il,w
Q

a proper name.

sam
sama
sankh

flowers, plants.

'"
P:>
to vivify,

keep
to,
;

alive, to

support
>

life,

to feed, give

sustenance
of

^Vivifier
title

n
sant

hearts"

of

Osiris.
111

XDC

to

make

strong.

sar

=>

A
to

^=^
w

make

to

come, to introduce.

332
sart

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


p

1^^^^
1
I

approach, introduction.

sariu

1%^

introducers.

A
sah

III

sahu

the

spiritual

body

of

a
;

r^l8

man,
plur.

later the

mummy
-^
A

^8
I

Mentioned with the

and the

^8
sah

^%
sah,

^.

to

become a

8^

endowed with a

5a^.

sah

8
saha

honour.
=

A
>

to set up,

make

to stand up,

A
set

up a

pillar,

A
P

set

up the

Tet.

A
A

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

333

su

V
su tchesef
1

T^^

"='

_n

he,

him;

1^4^

AAAAAA
I

III*

t^

"^;;^

he himself.

sua

m
fl
fl

X
A'

to pass by.

suash

flMr"
s=]l)
I

suatch
to

be green, vigorous, flourish-

suas
sui

-~-\i\ a

decay.

nw
AAAAAA
'

crocodile.

sun
sun

niiiiiii
s fl

to open.

to
AAAAAA

be destroyed.

"
>

334

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


+4

sun

AAAAAA
AAAA/vA

-r

r-

sunen
sunat

R^
AAAAAA
I

AAAAAA Vs AAAAAA V AAyWVA


^AAAAA

1
I I

pool, lake,

any large

col-

lection of water.

=0=

unguent.

<^

Sunnu
sura
AAAAAA
/

the city called

by the Greek

Syene. Heb. nilp.

ro

AAAAAA KA AAAAAA <1AAAAAA

to give to drink, to drink.

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

suriu
surt

"^^^"^"^

PSP^

AAAAAA K \
A/^NA^NA

\ |

drinkers.

/\

.i!

(1

suha
suh
suht

to supplicate,

a garment.

sukha
sukhet

m m
1%\ ^

evil recollection.

to

embalm, mummify.

suser

to strengthen.

susekh

to

make broad,
[i. e,,

to

make

wide

long) the steps.

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.


p

335
of a god.

Sukati
sut sat
"""^

the

name

he,

it,

himself, they, them.

hair.

V.
Sut
Suti
Suti'Znes

Ml
the god of darkness and night,

and
evil.

of

physical

and moral

a proper name.

sut en

king;

^ 111 king

of

the gods.
AA/VVAA

^^

rn t)x^ the reis^nine; kin\

king's.

sovereignty, kingship, reign.

sutenit
T

to reign, sovereignty.
AAAAAA
I I
t

'^

suten bati

m
^
^^

IV

1 >

Kin^

of the

South and North.

suteniu batiu

plur. of

preced-

lli\!\M\^-%i

ms:.

336

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

suferz foaf

Asar I^Th^^^^j^^

Osiris,

king of the
Egypts.

l^in

^J

T^^

suten heh

Do
^ ^
"^

''king of eternity"; a title

of Osiris.

suten Tuat

^
AAAAAA

'king of the Tuat": a


of Osiris.

title

^ n

suten hemt suten sesh

''king's

woman",

i.

e.,

queen.

1 Zfi

"king's scribe",

i. e.,

royal scribe.

suten....

- 5^byssus;plur.
I
1

1
T

^
AAAAAA

61.
I
I

T AAAAAA

suten ta hetep

A =^=
LiA

an

ancient

for-

T
1

o D " l^-'S^I
ing",

mula

meaning

'^may the king

dating from the time


the king sent gifts for
feasts of
his

when
the

funeral

loyal servants.

period

its

At a later use was purely


in

conventional
texts.
AAAAAA AAAAAA

funerary

Suten-henen (or Henensu)

Herakleopolis, the Djn of


Isaiah
called

XXX. 4. The
it

Copts

^^nec,
its

or ^tinc, or

G^nHc, and
is

Arabic name

,^Ua\.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

337

sutennu
sutekh

]\>^^^\>i A
S
G

^^ extend,
strides.

walk with long

to treat with medicaments,


to

embalm.
on a journey, to

sutcha
setcha

^^i^
A

to set out

go, travel.

sutcha
setcha

n
14
"j fl

i^

to
(^

be strong,

sound, well,

to

make

strong and happy.

SI

it,

its,

them.

SI

A
Jl

fulness, satiety.

sia

^s^-j^
CQEE

to cut, engrave.

Seb (Keb?)
Sebu {Kebu)

Ji
^
^

1
\

the Earth-god.

11J)

the abode of Seb (or Keb).

seb
1]

A
r.

^^ gnide, to lead, to pass


]

by
[1,

sebbi

^^

or through a place

-yr i

~7r

JA
IV.

passage,
22

338

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

sba
I

star,

Star-god plur.
;

i'

'j*ii
sbaiu

iir

i<

S
i<\\

fi^
I

stars.

sba

nrzi
c:r-zi

sbau
door, gate, pylon; the

forms

i<

nr-3

cm
occur.

also

sbau

plur. of pre-

ceding.

i<

i<
[IT-Z]

i<

[T"^

CT-ZI [=-1]

.^^ r

j^j

doors of the Other

[T-Di

World

to instruct.

sbaut

^ ^

to rebel.

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


sebaki

339

aU
'J

helpless one, inert, weak.

Seba
seba
'J

the

name

of a goddess.

to

be an enemy

of

some

one,

seba

mv
1JIJ^Uq!!>)
[

enemy,

fiend.

sebau
A
I

Y o
I
111

plur. of preceding.

V^' VVV

seben

AAAA/V\

sebeh sebeh

n n
J

to retreat,

depart.

A
"^^^5^

to

keep a

festival.

o
I

J
I

O
to call

upon someone,

to

A
sebhet
}

invoke.

invocation, praise.

sebhit

urn

22*

340

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^
be master
of,

sebekh
sebkhet

have power over (?).

ID

>

'J

gate, pylon.

J! SI
i

plur. o preceding,

sebekhbekht

j]^

to scatter (?).
|)

A
the Crocodile-

Sebek

god,

who was

a form of the

Sun-god.

Sebeku
"I

|],_-_^t^

Hj

the Crocodile-gods.

sebeq

leg, thigh.

Sebeq-en-Shesm
Sebeq-en-Tem
fj

a proper

name.
a proper name.

Sebek
Sebka
the

name

of a god.

Sebaku

U%.Ml

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

341
laugh, laugh-

sebt

sebt

J ^= n n^ PJ-D
n
'

1]

to

be pleased

(?),

ter.

walls.

sep

""'*""

season, luck, fate, occasion, opportunity, circumstance, case.


etc.;

plur.

^ ^1, ^
I

^^|,

AAAAAA

M^

a right case, a just

trial,

a
H

^
H-

ill

luck, a

bad time. and


Osiris.

^/S^~^8"^^?^Iam Fate
~''*~

a prosperous time.

AAAAAA n
.^^^

im Jr
"

^.

^\

tk rn~i
*

the occasion of the


niffht. 'i=>'

likewise, at the

same

time.

D
fj f|

another time or opportunity.

i4d
at

no time, never

D
-M
/rr\

primeval time, when the world


began.
time
^
;
1

sep
D '
,

twice

;
'

'

W
AAAAAA

MM

four times
'

'W

^11

millions of times.

342

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


duplicity.
II

Sep sen
D

sep
D

to

pass sentence.

crown
the
(?}.

sep

n D

Sep

name

of a god.

Sepa
D
D
I)
/

the

name

of a 2:od.

seppi
D D

remainder.

sepi
D

seppu
sper

D D
to

omission.

come

to a place, to arrive at

A
sper

A
to

comers.

speak

to,

address,

speh
sepeh

to

make

to arrive at.

X
n
>

to tie

with a rope, to

fetter.

M\

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

343

sepher

ra#^.#
to

^^^

to

design,

make

plan,

draw, write.

sepher

make

to revolve.

A
Sepes
sept

[Inn

a proper name.

lipip

AAAAAA AAAAAA

edge

of the water.

>

the two Kps.

sept

nome;

plur.

^
pp
Septu

the

nome

of Maati,

l-All
(

a god of the Eastern Delta


a form of Horus.
the star Sirius.

A*l
Sept
sept

A^'A'I
Al

to

be ready to do or use some;

thing, prepared

to

be proA
[J

vided with.
vided.
^

K\

pro-

A^1I

P^Al

prepared for the moment.

344

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


A I .__j
A

jj

%\

\\

having horns ready

to

t^ ^
A

ready

of face, keen, alert (?).

sept sept

^^^

a kind of wood.

AAA AAA

Sept-kheri-nehait-ami-beq

A
j

^^^

"ffP

[1

4-

\V
Sept-mast-ent-Reruti

iL ^-^^^^ N|
|
w
;

^ proper name.

~^
_^^

j^ IK

rU |

"^'
(^

a proper name,

o
sef maat

yesterday

o
sef her
^K.c=^

iQ

\)Q

gracious,

longsuffering.

seG
sefekh
[1

r#
Ill
>

babe, child.

seven.

sefekh

to untie,
I

undress, set free;

Sefekh-neb-s

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p
seft
^

345

to slay.

seft
M

knife, sword.

seft

^_
\\
I

^
'

n
I

"^^"^^

^
III

pitch, Tinguent.

sem
I

a priest (also setem


loin.

v\

sma

sma
[

to join together,

union, assembly,

smat

(?)
il

a burial place.

sma

ta

union with the earth,


i,

e.,

burial.

^
U?

>^.l^

^r,
sma
^=^

^^^
i'

H\

"^^^^
1^;

'5
a

day

of burial.

to unite the
^'^

Two

Lands,

Egypt,

to kill, slaughter.

->
^^=>^

slaughterer, butcher.

346

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


']

sma
smaui

A^lcN

>4

COW or bull bound for sacrifice.

^^"^M]
U

to

renew, remake.

f
to oppress,

smaar

^
smau
I

branches.
I
I

1
I

n^

poles of a bier.

smaiu
sTziaiu

^ ill
fl
fl
I

branches.

klfl^l

slaughterers, fiends.

plur. of pre-

ceding.

butchers of Set.
I
I

god

of slaughter.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

347
goddesses
of

Smait
ifl

two

slaughter.
to

srtiaa

pay what

is

due,

make an

of-

fering.

smaaiu

^^^^^,T.

'^^^^'''

smaa-kheru
to justify, to

make

trium-

phant, to proclaim blessed.

smam
stnam

H\

^'^^^>-,

to slay, sacrifice.

^^5^>^

^Q.

butcher.

smamiu

slaughterers, fiends.

smam
smamta

\\

tx:^

^ ^^1^ f^^ sacrifice.


cattle

1^

for sacrifice,

victims.

Smam
(1

^^
fj

I
^

the

name

of

a god.

Smam-ur

the
/

name

of

the Soul of

p>
Smam
smamu
H

^5^,S|
^v
f\

Seb(Keb).

^
i^

the

name

of a lake.

f]

t^*""^ --^^--^ IN

foliage or branches of

a tree.

348
s 121 am

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


"

(i>\s.
1X^t^
' '

"^^
I

clouds.

smat
smatu
Smati

bows

of a boat

(?).

torture chambers, shambles.

a proper name.

Smamti
smat
^

^
^

^ C\
O o O

^^ ^
w
1 ^ I

^ proper name.

festival of the half

month.

sma
to report,
>

announce, bear a
;
'

message
ing;
w

Si)

report-

]^

sma
smaiu
herald, announcer.
J>

sma
smat
i

report.

sma
smau

pQjn
)

leather.

tk^

pieces of leather.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

349

semu
sertiiu

1000 ^^v\ '^

^^""^^^ p^s^^i' age.

devourers

semi

Mi^
jm^
I

to entreat,

smema
smen

to

burn up.

AAAAAA

Vii

to stablish,
I
I

be

stablish-

I
I

ed, fixed,
AAAAAA
;
I

made

firm.

o U
1

AAAAAA

fixed head.
/

smen
a kind of goose.

smenkh
smert

^ux^

to repair^ re-establish, beautify,

make
z:

])erfect.

eyelids.
Q.
I

smer

T^
<=>^=^

to inflict or

cause pain.

smeh

o^

AAAAAA AAAAAA

to flood, to
fields.

submerge, water

^^^ni
AAAAAA

o<=^

^11^

AAAAAA,
AAA/vAA

350

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


/VAAAAA AA/VNAA

smehit
c>^=x^

AAAAA^

flood.

semkhet
^-e^2r^

\J

semes

to

make

to

be born, produce.

semsu

.psi.ps
>

eldest, firstborn.

LMI
Semti
(?)

"~N

This name was formerly read Hesepti.

a king of the
1st

dynasty.

smet

^ f^==d)

to listen.

smetmet

(?)

j^^^*''''^

to

pry

into.

Smetu
smet

the warder of the First Arit.

^^^ 11 ^
I

woven
i^l
I

with,

or shot with (of

^1
n s^

cloth).

SmeUaqa^\\f
^
Smeti-aqa
w
I

A
'

the

name

of a rudder.

^,))

^
^\

name

of a part of

the magic boat.

Smetti

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

351

smetru
to investigate,

search out.

find the truth.

semtet
sen
p
I I

servant, serf.

r
I

they, their, them.


AAAAAA
I I

^/ \

-TJ

l'

1^
two second,
;

sen
I
^
I

fellow, equal,
;

com1

panion, like, equal

/wwv.

^^

P Q

"^
)

two

breasts.

sen

/\AAAAA

A/WAAA

*;

to smell, breathe.

sen ta
<>'
)

to

smell

tlie

earth,

to

pay

'

homage.
(?).

sen

house, abode

J
sen

hl^
AAAAAA

brother;dual|--^|,|vv^,

sent

sister.

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

two

sisters, pair of sisters.

Ih'llU

352
seni

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


companion, fellow.
NAAA/NA

sen

a' ^\
w

to

pass

away,

depart,

to

AAAAAA

walk.

A
^
^5:;>^
^^
fl

sen

/WAAAA
I

to

slit,

to cut.

Senu
sena

HIT
^
A/-AAAA
1
,

a city near Panopolis.

adoration.

\yt

senaha
AAAA
]

ra

injury, misery,

sena
senaat

AAAAAA

restraint.

A
H

to beautify (?).
(^

AAAAAA

senb

AAAAAA

111

to

be

well, strong, healthy.

senba
I

/\AAAAA

II

AAAAAA

senb
fl

OA
^^
\l

health, soundness.

wall; plur.

Ij^y

AAAAAA

XT

senbet

AAAAAA

libation vessel.

senpu

ZZ^ %\ ^^^
D
Jl
I I I

slaughterings.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

353

senf

AAAAAA J^

AAAAAA

"
AAAAAA

^^

a
""^^
I

blood.

senfekhfekh

to

be untied,

set loose.

senem
^AAA

abundance.
J>

senem
tl-i^TiUl
AAAAAA ^^

J^

R,

jil)

t^orlnrA

senemai u

.-.-1^1^:

to

make advance.

Senemti

senemem
senen

^^^

l^^l

a proper name.

hail-.

mi
AAAAAA

image, statue.

sennu

JI
AAAAAA

A
AAAAAA

to cut, to sever

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

those

who

cut.

sennit

sL^ ^L

AAAAAA

sennu

to gather (?).

sennu

AAAAA^

^AAAAA

W
Jr
I I

>

cakes, bread-offerings.

O
IV.

(^1

23

354

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


P
AAAAAA
AA/VSAA

sennau
sennut
senni

1]^^
^

to fail

'\

AAAAAA

carrier.

AAAAAA

Sen-nefer

a proper name.

II
senneshni
/AAAAAA AAAAAA

\r^^
W
I

storm.

seneh
ra

to

be in servitude.

senehep
|
|-^
I

; ^1

ra

to

be strong
AAAAAA AAAAAA
AAA>^vAA

Seneh'paqarha 'Z^'^^ \a
D
ra

the name of

city.
AAAAAA '\AA/V/\A AAAAAA

Senehaparkana
ra
I

the

name

m\

AAAAAA

of a city.

senehem
senkha

AAAAAA

^-

to deliver.

"\

AAAAAA

to

disembark

(?).

senekhekh
senes

to

grow

old.

to praise.

sensi

sensu

to cry out, invoke.

V
1

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


[j

355
of the

Senseneb
sensenni

the
of

name
Nu.

mother

M AAAAAA AAAAAA AAAAAA


\\

S'

to breathe, snuff the air

sensen
"\

AAAAAA A/y\AAA AAAAAA


rv

AAAAAA

breathings, breaths.
yjy

sensen

u
AAy\AAA AAAAAA

to

become some one,

friendly
to

with

fraternize;

to smell.
AAAAAA C

1*

sensen
to

have a bad

smell,

to

I
senesh

A/vsAAA

AAAAAA

bccome
|
"

corrupt, to decay.

miiim

AAAAAA

^
AAAAAA
n1

to unbolt, unbar,

X
i

<

open.

^,
senshu
seneshni
(

SSID

zz:^.'^
w
H

bolts (?).

w
AAAAAA

storm, hurricane,

AAAAAA
t

w
a

>5LJ
23*

vv

IS,

356

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Senk
senket

a proper name.

"

c=i

"

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

o
light.

O'
z:^ w
fll

Senket
senk-ab
senq

the

name

of a city.

O
AAAAAA
/I

strong-willed.

(?)

senqet
sent

AAAAAA

y u
i
I

to suckle.

AAAAAA

labourers, builders,

I
sent

-H-

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

-^

AAAAAA

^
I'

foundation,
AAAAAA f AAAAAA
I

^^
I

tO^

oW

sent

-M-

AAAAAA

A
OO

QQ

AAAAAA

draughtboard,
draughts.

game

of

sent

AAAAAA

to pass

away,

^
sent
AAAAAA

A
decay.

sentu

^^

enemies.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

357

Sent'Ra
senter senther

AA/VSAA

==^
/"

^ proper name.

AAAAAA

1
II:

=1

incense offered to the god

<z:>
o

to

cense the

month.

sent eh
Sent..,

^ AAAAAA
I

to

have power over.


the

AAAAAA

^ 1^ ^ ^^^^
?^

brother-gods
Set.

Horns and

sent

to fear,

be

afraid,

sent ab
sent

^I^
AAAAAA

timid.

fear.

senetchem

to

make

glad or happy,

PIS.I

pi^=

pleasure.

358

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


P
ease.

senetchem
sentchert
j;

to

sit.

^
a

restraint.

ser
^^^^^l^sting prince

TO Ji

x*^ X

<=:>

a proper name.
I'

AAAAAA

rae
plur. of preceding.

ilW
ser
n
to give orders
to

or directions,

announce,

give

tidings;

I*

^
sert
p

III

order, announcement.

Ser-kheru
V

the
of

name
the

of

one

Forty-two

Sera-kheru
Serat'beqet
'~'*~"
f\

Judges in the Hall


of Osiris.
\q,
11

Jl

the

name

of a sacred

seru

tk

"^

grain, barley.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


seru
serui
(?)

359

^
n

geese of a special kind.


j
I

<=^ ^
Ay
II

flame.

serukhet

to treat

with medieameiits,

\
serut

=^=^

embalm.
to

\ ^
^)
U'

make

to

grow,

to

flourish, to perpetuate.

iJ

seref

to

be

hot, flame, fire.

serem
serenp

I^^^R ^^^

to

make

to

weep,

f#
_

to

make young.
overthrow.

serhu

(?)
..^:^(?)

to

serekh
P'

to

make

to

know,

to inform.

serekh

PTh

a funerary building, a cognizance.


the name of one of the Forty-two

Serekhi
seres

Judges in the Hall

of Osiris.

to

be awake, to watch.

watch, watching, watcher.

360

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^Vatching face";
I

fi

SereS'her

the

name

of a god.

-1
I
I

'Vatching

faces"

class of divine beings.


to

serqaau

!)esgp

be

refreshed,

to

breathe.
5''^'

crtap
>

the goddess Serqet.

Sert
sert

H"^"^^

a city in the Seventh Aat

PTA(1^51
n
1

goad"
of the

the

name

of a part

magic

-boat.

sert

=
S)

P-V
the

^
of one of the Fortyof

Sertiu

f]

tk
Ji

name

two Judges in the Hall


Osiris,

sehep
seher
ra
.

lawgiver.

seherr
ra
c
/"^

to

make

quiet, subdue,

II
carnelian.

sehert

"

ra

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


hall;

361

seh

chamber of the embalmment of Osiris.


the

sehap

PfKT

'

to hide.

sehua

to confuse, disarrange.

sehui
to gather together, collect.

sehura
to curse.

seheb

to

keep a

feast,

to

make

festival.

sehem
seheptet
""**""

to turn back.

..^_j^

name

of a boat (?).

sehen
I

to order,

arrange

(?).

A AAAAAA

seher

^
to drive

away.

362

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

plur.

'^

sehes
sehset

to

make

to meet.

A
a meetmg.

seheq
seheq

Z1
j;

to cut off,
a

hack

in pieces.

to appoint to

some

office.

seheqer
sehetep

fj

.^^^

to cause to hunger, to

keep

^ "^^^^

hungry.

^ D '- D

to

make

to

be

at peace, to

propitiate, to pacify,

0"

to quiet the heart,

o
W-^

D^r

to propitiate the divine


I

Ka.

um
D
(E3)
I

peacemakers.

pacification.

offerings

which bring peace.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


[1

363
of

Sehetep'taui

^^pacifier

the

Two

^
sehetem

Lands"; a proper name.


to destroy.

Sehetemet'Au-a-em-abet

^n
Sehtet
{\^^ ^

&

f^'b'
name
of the

the

banks

AAAAAA L-

-J

of a river

^ proper name.

sehetch
to emit light, illumine, to

-til

shine.

light, radiance, brilliance.

Sehetch'urr\<?^
[

^^

^'Great Light",

i.

e.,

Ra

sekh
to break, strike, cut,

wound.

sekha

to

have in mind, commemorate, to member.

to
re-

relnembrance for good.

364

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(1
j

memorial services.

^
sekha
to

remembrance
be deaf.

of

evil.

a Cow-goddess.

eaters
j
I

(?).

sekhap
AAAAAA AAAA AAAAAA AAAA AAAAAA /VW\
I
I

to swallow,
V.

sekhar
sekhar u
'

to milk.

to plate, to

mould.

sekhakeru ^=>
Sekhat'Heru

^i
to

to

ornament.

h^
make

a Cow-goddess.

Sekhai
Sekhiu

S
ps^mi
Ji imi

to rise or appear, to

crown.

the

name

of a double

serpent god or fiend.

*^:mi'

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

365

sekhu

mi
sekhu
^
^^ii/

to praise, glorify.

praise.

sekhun

]^^^
O
(2

^^1
>

to revile, curse.

p
seiriiuf

/VSAAAA VX

AAAAAA

/?)

t^e^:=

to fortify.

A
sekhep
^ D
Sekhepti
[]

A
w

to

make

advance,

^
D

a proper name.

sekheper

fj

to

make

to

become, to create,

fashion, form.

^1

366

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

sekheperu

^< m <
those
1

who cause things

to be.

sekhef

nil
ill
'

11110
III

,,^,^th.

sekhem
LI
Zi

AAAAAA

to forget, forgetfulness.
AAAAAA

^^^5j^ AAAAAA

Sekhem
shrine, sanctuary.

gods of the shrine.

--ST

^n
.,-iU.

the city of Letopolis.

d"^

sekhem
to recite, to read.

J^^^i

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

367

sekhem
to

be strong, mighty,
prevail over, to

to

gain

the

mastery,

show

oneself strong,

might, power.

bold man, victor.

brave in heart.
I

weak.

mighty one, strong.

Sekhem

the natural power, vital

power power
sical.

of

a man,

any
phy-

spiritual or

m
I

the

Powers

^u
I I

II

the

Double Power.

Sekhem-ur

'great

Power"

a proper

name.

Sekhem-em-ab

'p?-^s^^i:r'"'
his heart";

a proper name.

368

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


"^"^^ ^ ^]

fj

Sekhem-nefer

^'good

Power" a proper
;

name.

SekhmeUrens-em-hemuts

n'^zM^ifA-^k
the

name

of a sacred cow.

Sekhmet (Sekhet)

^il^'^

name

of a goddess.

Sekhmet' Bast-Ra ^^'^^'^ ^ '^^


sekhen
sekhen
AAAAAA
/^

a solar triad.

to direct

(?).

o
(l

f J

to

embrace.

n
I

^
AAAAAA

A '^=e
J

5)

^^great

embracer"

a proper

|<r=:>^
to

name.

sekhni

n
I

AAAAAA

^ IJ^ VX
w
^^^^^^^

make

to alight. *^

sekhenen XT]
"^

to

become

rotten, to decay.

sekhensh

"^
AAAAAA
I

^^-J

''^^^^^C^

to
AAAAAA <^5=^
I

make

to stink, to calumniate.

sekhent
jri

AAAAAA

/^

to

make

to

advance.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

369

sekhent

n
I

AAAAAA

Y!
I

pillars. J-

sekher
to offend,

M]]

<&<

[sekher

fj

plan, device, counsel, arrangement.]

p.
plur. of preceding.

\
1

^ ^i]

^ -^^ apian

of triumph,

or blessedness.
celestial designs, ordi-

F=^
sekher

nances of heaven.

^1
r^
I I

to overthrow.

fallen.
<2

P4>^
Sekher-at

overthrow.

^^^^
/]

^^^ S^^ ^^ ^^^ Sixth Arit. the

Sekheriu
IV.

fl

tk
-IT

name

of

one of the Forty24

two Judges

in the Hall of Osiris.

370

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


er

Sekher-rem
name.

sekhekh
sekhes
I

to straighten.

to run.

sekhes

^
to fasten,

sekhsekh

make

firm.

n^n
I I

sekhesef

C^

SA
j;

] >

^^

meet with
to

hostility, to re-

M ^iS^
sekhet

pulse,

contradict,

give

evidence against.

to net, to snare,
net.

spread out a

sekhtu
sekhtiu
snarers,

hunters,
,

fowlers

fisher-

men.
I I

sekhet
ninin

S
o

I.
I

sekhtiu

1^

the divine field labourers.

111^
^'Great Field",
i,

e.,

heaven.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

371

SekheUAanru
(or

Aaru)

MA ,\> o

rr^w.^

^
the
III

*Tield
the

of reeds",
>

i,

e.,

'

Elysian
Fields.

nin

I'll,

^v^
I

1^

f)

a proper

name?

Sekhet-neheh
Sekhet-neteru

jV

Rq8

"Field of Eternity". "Field


of

iicm
fin

the gods".

Sekhet'Ra
Sekhet-hetep

"Field of Ra".

Ml
n
n
1

SininH,

the 'Tield of Peace",


mnin

or 'Tield of Offer-

ings"
I

name

of

m
Sekhti-hetep

the Elysian Fields.

\>

Dill

m m

the god of the Field of


W
t::^

Peace.
24*

372

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^9

Sekhet'Sanehemu
MA

/WWVA

f\

,,

'Tield of the Grasshoppers"

SekheUSasa
sekhettu

(inn

flliPQn
plants.

''^ield of Fire".

R^^^'^
0^^'

sekhet sekbet

to

turn

upside
stand

invert,

down, on the
:k
I

head;

\i
i

ii'
SekheUher-ash-aru

p^l;?,*^,^T!
many
to

^'in-

verted face, of

forms"; the

name

of the porter of the First Arit.

sekhtu
sesu

hunger.

times, days,

sesun
AAAAAA

to destroy.

sesunt
seseb

H
AAAAM.
I

to destroy,
I
I

to slay.

J
AAAAAA

sesen

to snuff the air,


AAAAAA

PP

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

373

seska
seset

body.

legs.

'II
seset

n"^
I

to

burn up.

sesh

X
I

X a'
^czsz]

X a'

A M^

to pass, journey, travel.

X ^

A
X

passage.

A
sesh
iiiiiiiii
'

impassable.

to open, unbolt.

sesh
czszn

to

be wise,

skilful,

know-

ledge.

sesh

H
nest; plur.
birth-place.

two
II

nests.

374

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(1
(i^

Seshet
sesh

name
to write,

of a

town and

its

god.

draw, copy,

make

a plan.

seshu
Ji

writings,

decrees,
,

do-

cuments
books
,

archives,

copies

of

books, etc.

sesh
scribe, copyist.

z3

accomplished scribe.
veritable scribe (as opposed
to a titular scribe),

scribe of the temple property.

^ D1
scribe and draughtsman.

^)

^
'
'

r>n0

scribe

and draughtsof the

ill

man
gold,

house of

sir

scribe

and designer.

seshai

\}m
3^^

skilled,
tent.

able,

compe-

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


(1

375

seshu
seshep

"W^"^^^

^
1
|

to

be empty.

^S^*^^
D
"

the measure of a palm.

seshepu

r-n

light,

radiance

see shesep,

seshem

^^J]^^
to lead,

guide

conduct, guie
dance.

seshem

6A

S^^^^' leader.

A
ill

plur. of

A
III

preceding.

seshmet

\]^\\

advance,
dance.

guiding,

gui-

376

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

O
Sesbemit

gratification (?).

^'^H^^

flO'^J)

''conductress"; the
of a

name

goddess

Seshmu'heh
SesAmu-^a
pi
I

R^^^a^ ^
I

''guide of eternity"; a

-ii

proper name.
''guide of the earth";

^ ^ JT Seshmu-taui R^^^ ^ %S A ^^ -^ >^jr s 3x^


-^^ K
"'"^^
I

yv^

,<^^

a proper name.
f)

"guide of the Two

Lands"; a proper name,

Seshem
seshem
'

divine image, statue.


figure, design, image, form,

similitude.

seshen

-^^ X
[

*^
AAAAAA

AAAAAA

j\

X
j\

to scatter, destroy.

seshen
AAAAAA

seshen
I

-M-

W.) ^>->

AAAAAA

seshennu ""'^^^^ W
(
I

AAAAAA V_

^
lily.

senshen
seshesh
1

H
'^^^^'^^^^^

VV

AAAAAA

seshru
I

\v

f\^

tt^

[i:p ttttp

garments, apparel.

OF THE BOOK OF THE


p

DEA.D.

377

sesbert

a cake, loaf.

seshet

(?)

fire; plur. [1

gods of

fire

\]

Seshet a
seshet a

the goddess of architecture.

M
I

^=i

CZSTZlS

to

be

hidden,

mysteriouSj

W
-M-

incomprehensible.
I

sesheta

W K

-H-

I,

C3n]

X
hidden things, mysteries,
secrets.

'fl

(^

3aD

-^
I

^D mc=^i
w
I

Xlh<2^tkfjJl|of
1<^=>jrjllJl

invisible

forms and
shapes.

hidden of name.

^
"

Zd\:^>\
l\-\
fiends

^'"'''' "'"'''
1
1

stories indeed.

czszuD

^
(?).

CToat ser^-^^

crets of Amenti.

seshetu
seshet

'5 ^^=^
l^^e=^

bandage,
girdle,

bandlet,

tiara.

fillet

for the head.

378

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


c^=^
nrzi

seshet-t

a chamber with a window or

opening in
to

it.

sek
I

decay,

perish;

w R

incorruptible.
I

sek

to

break through,
fight,

fight

a way, to

des-

R^.n
seksek
sek-re

troy; to advance.

n P!^
to direct.

Sek' her

a proper name.

@
Seku

(with akhemv) a class of gods.


I

seka
to plough.

sekemiu
Seker
\

"^^
I
I

gvQ^y or white hair.

the

ancient god
of

of

the

Other

Sekri

World

Sakkarah.

^=^^=J

^-__j

Seker in his secret place.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

379

Seker
Sekri
^

the town of Seker.

Sekri

^^5:^
..

the festival of Seker.

Seker

the sacred bark of Seker.

Seksek
sektiu

the

name

of a fiend.

n^v^
o o

to fetter.

Sektet
the

ir^Dj^
seq

which the sun travelled from noon


boat
in

to midnight.

U'

to collect,

gather together.

seqa

11
seqai
n

to exalt, to lift up.

^-^

A n

Y^

exalted one.

-M-

rMUM

1^

plur. of preceding.

380

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


\}

seqeb

image

(?),

seqebb

MM
TJJ
n

AAAAAA

AAAAAA AAAAAA
7

AAAAAA
;

to cool, refresh oneself.

J AAAAAA
&k

AAAAAA

Seqebit

"^
I)

Ij

J)

^^^^

^^ ^ goddess.

seqer

to smite, take prisoner.

P.41
seqet

S^

smiter.

i'PITi
1

-^^

to sail in a

*-\

^ O

Dill
^V^^^

boat, to

journey,

make
D

voyage;
i

(^

encircled.

PI
voyages, sailings.

:>^
sailors,

boatmen.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p

381

seqet

^^^^
1 i
il
I

dispositions.

Seqet-her^^^

warder
Arit.

of

the

Second

H
sekenniu
seker
1

AAAAA /W\AA

'^^
I i I

helpless ones, weak.

(1^
ffi

to

put to silence,

make

quiet.

ZS

silence,

P sef
she,
it,

its.

r-p
they, them, their,

set

^
set
(?)

ill

.p
to break.

X
p

set

ground.

o H
Set

^ cmD

""^
'

A%] ^ MHlA^'^m^^^l
\%

"^

thegodofphysicalandmorSUTI.

set (semt) P-^^


rv/\/i

^ o
(\>^

mountam

[^^\:^
,

cy:^
,

plur.

r^^^

ff\

jy,

382
set

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


f

X^
(1

^
to shoot arrows, to

hurl stones.

set
setit

px^
Tfll
i

to

sow

seed,

seed, progeny.
I
I

setut

SMI

arrows or beams
radiance.

of light, rays,

setau
burning, burner.

seti

T^
^1f^ '^K^

setit

adversaries
j

(?).

Sett

the

name

of a

goddess of the

First Cataract.

Sett

an Asiatic woman.

^ u^
Set'temui<^''
^^^-^

proper

name

(var.

vS.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD,


p Sta
P
sfa^,

383

a proper name.

D A

sfaf

-^
1

sfau
111'

Jl
I
I

filth,

dung.

dM
-esfaf

C3I

a portion of the body.

^SKrt^^
A
'

filthy ones, fiends.

sfa

1-^ A
A
to

tow a

boat,

D.m A 'I'D ^D A ''^Dm.F A


stau

drag along,
bring carry.

-<5-l

lll'^D

=>

those
I

who

tow,

HiJ^Aiir

bearers,
carriers.

^l^^lj
stau
Stat
(Ci

^
I

see
C^^y]
I

^
I

Ke-stau.
c^:^

a measure of land.

O
W

sti
'

)>

smell, odour.

p>,

384
Sti

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


P
"j^.
c>u.^

v^ will
r^/^^

festal

perfume,
of

Sti

^'land

the

bow"; a name

of Nubia.

setua
setut (or
sutet)

/O

'^

"^

to

make

or ascribe praise.

n^U\^\^

to

walk about.

setut

to symbolize, typify,

seteb

him

captives.

setep

^ n

to cut.

setep

to chose, chosen.

setepu
I

choice cuts of meats.

setep sa

^^

D n
I

to

work

protection on behalf

of
i I

someone.

setem

TV

to

hear; obey;

^\\

hearer.

what

is

heard, listener.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

setemiu

.R

A A

f^

385

listeners.

Setem-heri

^ \\

^^
the
w

name

of

the

upper hinge.

Setem-kheri

l\ so^^ <~> I

tlie

name

of the

lower

Setem-ansi
setennu
setentit
n n
I

^^qs;p
AAAAAA
(3

^\
I

a proper name,

to

be distinguished,
distinctions.

AAAAAA

y
/

setenem
seter
p

to

make

to

walk,

wooden
to open,

tablet (?).

set'hemt
seteken
H
H
2^

woman,
AAAAAA

wife,

to

=^ A
AA^AAA ^A^AAA

make

to enter.

^
III

A
AAAAAA

invaders

those

who

A
I

make

to enter.

AAAAAA
-H

//

III

set
IV,

^:^

hair, foliage,

25

386

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

to break, split.

^
^=^^^
^rj
[ ^

Set-qesu (or Set-qersu)

*'bone

breaker";
of

the

^ X
^^^^^
i^

name

one of the

Forty-two Judges in
I

set
\>

L'.'

to clothe,

to

dress.

a garment.

those
I I

who

clothe.

seta
I I

to
{\

tremble,

quake,

trembling, terror.

setui

p?^^

to defame.

3etu

seteb

garment,
shrine.

hangings

of

seteb
a'^^^'
Ji/l
(

obstacle,
naity,

disaster,

cala

misfortune.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

387

plur. of preceding".

setebh

SIh:
I

to

be ready, equipped,

setemu
i I

edicts for slaughter.

seten

distinguished.

Setek
seteka

a proper name.
to cover.

setekaut
I

"^
I

sleep.
1

setet

^ X
setet

to break,

to travel.

seth

i^.n
-*

=0=

scent, unguent,
distinctions.

sethen

sethenem
sethes

^
^AAAAA VJ ^-V^AT^

to

make

to walk.

pra

S3

to raise up, lift up.


Q

25*

388

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


(1

sethes

Z^"^

/^\

to praise, extol,
'^raise",

'^ift

up", or

song

or

hymn,

praisings.

sethes u
props, supports.

Ml
sethesu
sethes
supporters.
]

Shu

^M [?t^

fi^

what Shu the sky

raises up,

i.

e.,

the supports of

Shu,

i, e.,

the

four cardinal
points.

sethes

e(^i^
<2.

to

be laid

out.

sethes

to knit together.

sethesu

rJ^^

libations,

111

setheken
setcha

AAAAAA

A
\^

^ ^r^i
I

|]

to

have sexual union,


travel.

to

make

to

set out,

setchami
to protect (?).

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


p setchit
jj

389

[J

I]

seeds of a plant
to oppose,

(?).

setcheb
setchefa

"'^
^

f]
I

be in the

way

of,

-^ A

obstruct.

to feed

with food
or
ter-

(f=0
celestial
I

restrial.

set Cher
to
lie

down

in

sleep

or

death; dead, dead one;

"^^

the dead.

i^ '^bI]^

s
bier.

setcheser

""""^ <==

to sanctify.

setchetfu

to

wound.

390

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

C=S=i

\\

SH.
V\
.

she

i=s=i

pool, lake, laver; plur. c3cd

pAtkQ
I

Lake

of flames.

SheAkeb^=^^

JAAAAAA

c\

Lake

of

Akeb,

i.

e.,

AAAAAA ill

celestial ocean.

She Aqer
31
I

A^ i .^^

Lake

of

Aqer,
(?).

i. 6.,

the per-

feet lake

She ur

tzsczi

^^

Great Lake.

Lake

of Maati.

She em Mafket
II
I

^k
AAAAAA

"^
II

Lakes
Nu.

of

Tur-

quoise.
of

SheNu
31
I

Lake

"J

AAAAAA

Sheen Amu

^=^
3i*
I

s.^a
AA>

Lake

of Fire.

She en Asar ^=^^ ^


31
I

M
I

Lake

of Osiris.

SheenMaat<^^^^
She en Nesersert i=szd
31

^ Lake

of Maat.

Lake

of Fire.

31

^'i)

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


CZSZD
:s
I

391

\AAAAA
I

Lake

of Fire.

s
Sheneter

c=sz:
s:
I

Lake

of the god,

i. e.,

Osiris.

1
AAAA

Lake
^
^

of

Horus.
the celestial

She heru She heh

1=^^

Lake
ones.

of

t=^
^^^^^

Lake
^

of Millions
1 o

of years.

She en hesmen
She Hetep

e^^

Lake

of Natron.

^
[=szd

AAAAAA <^

c=^

s\

Lake

of the

god Hetep.

She enthetch

c=si=]

-aaaaa^^

j^^I^^ ^^ -^j^j^^

n
She en khebentiu

O
JAAAAA/

^-^^-^

s
She en kharu
^=^^

1
'

X ^^^

^
'

Lake

of the wicked.

Lake of the
geese.
"jc=^=i

She en sehetep She en seshet


Shet Temui

l-^^

Lake Lake

of propitiation.

o D
^^^^^^
AAAAAA

of Fire.

^-^^^^^^^

Lake

of the

two knives.
goddess

She Tchesert
sha
I

_
field.

Lakes

of the

Tchesert.

392

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


TaTaTIK

CZSZ

sha
sha

^^=^

bread-cakes, food,

plants.
I I

sha shaa
shaas

to destine, predestine, fore-

ordain.

M^(l<^
.

pigto

travel,

journey,

go

for-

ward.

shaa
shaa

(_

one hundred.
to begin, beginning.

unto,

<r=^t{I^..
unto

JQ^

all eternity.

Shau
shauabti

T^TT

^ %^
^ O '^ .^^ _^
I

^^^^

name
^^^

of a city or town.

"^
(j

|]

name
Book

of the figure

J] w

inscribed

with

the

Vlth Chapter

of the

of the

Dead.

shaua
Shai

book, writing.
the god of

"^ ^
the
f]

Luck

or

Destiny.

Shahu
shabu
shabti

name

of a :od.

IiH

t^ '^ water

plants.

See SHAUABTI.

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.

393

shabu

ffl

J^^^

cakes, food.

Shapuneterarka

^M ^ %^1 J ^^ U
I

^
^

j)

name of an
Utchat.

shamu
Sharshar,..
'

a proper
'
'

name.
of

Sharsharkhet
Sharshatakata
..^^

name

an

Utchat.

a proper name.

shaheb
shas

I^r^l fD

r^
T

south wind.
{ i

A
to journey, travel.

A
Shakanasa

^ ^

II

a proper name,

Shaka
sha
I

ui
W
w
I
I

name

of

Amen.

vv

i'

m
\/
=>

o o

sand.

sha

(?)

^ ^

"^
I

^^>

shat

^^

book, writing, document.

AAAAAA

Book

of praise.

394

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


,

c=K

W
I

*==*v^ AAWVAA

\
t

"=1
I

II

^
AAAAAA

Books

of holy words.

CZS=]^=^
1^

Book
M-

of Thoth.

o
\

AAAAAA

-lT>k
^
^^^^^'"^^
to cut, cut

Book

of travers-

ing Eternity.

\\

^^
^^^^>--

^rS!
T
I

Book

of

Breathings,
off.

sha
shait

away, cut

3^-^
r-wn

knife.

shamu
shat

^^
I

decorated

(?).

knife, knives,

^
sbat shat
shatet

to cut, to

wound, hack

off.

\}'

"U^
<=>

""III

woundings

cuttings,

slaughter,

knives

\J

(?).

V;
shu

^
I

Q
1

[mm
III

slaughter-blocks

(?).

1^^^^=^

to

be dry,

hot.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


the god of the
light, etc.
;

395
air,

Shu

dryness,

the counterpart

of Tefnut.

Shut

KM

fern, of

preceding.

o
the Sun-god.

Shuu
shuit

light.

o
shuit
the abode of light
(?)

sky(?).

shu
to lack,

be needy, in want

of.

shu
shut
shuti

i\\>^ A\>^
?^
f?

plants, papyrus.

feather.

pp.p:m

the

two - feather
e.g.,

crown,

that

worn -by Amen.

shut
shuti

p^ o p^

feathers, plumage.

^:^^.

\\

merchant.

396

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^t
cakes, food.
I

czs:

shutet

shebu
I
1

shebeb

rrr-i

1!

^ ^
^czszd
j

throat.

Shebeb en Kesti

aaaaaa

A t I

Jf

name

of a part of a boat.
AAAAAA

J
J
shep
shepent
^^-^
AAAAAA

(>=o
AAAAAA
\/

cakes, food.

u.

mixed.
blind,

Dill
^
^^

vessel.

sheps
to

be holy, venerable,
,

li
v\

>

sacred

worshipful,

majestic, awesone.

shept ab
shefu

^^^^^^

c^Sn-^-1

"O"
I

shame

of heart, loathing.

D o

boils,

blains,

insolence, arro-

shefut
shaft

gance.

ram

(?),

strength, power, terror


I.

plur.

3dl

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


^

397

^ a
sheft

^^ ^
I

terrible of face.

shefit

strength,
ror.

power,

ter-

3hem
Shemi

the Ram-god,

symbol of

^^
W
{yr

f|

n
1

^
I

strength.

w
'W\
jl
I

She fsheet

^^

strength, power,

mig ht.

seshem

-^^

^^^

to

walk, go, travel.

shemiu

ts^ A m A c^ ^ \W
ill \\\

to calumniate, set the

mouth

motion agamst a man.

J^^^^^' gomgs
I

>

about,

travel-

shemu
she mem

AAAAAA
/V\AAAA

the season of summer.

^h.fi
I I

to

be

hot.

shemmet shemmet

czszd

fire,

flames.

fX;3

poison.

398

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


to sing, or

czsm

shema
s hem ait

.4^ ^
I

play a musical instru-

ment.
a singer.

shema

^^
,

the south;
the south.

|^|

stones

of

Shemait

W ^ -^ ^ ^ o (m
u\')

III

T)

^^^ goddess of the South,

i. e.,

Nekhebit.
follow
,

shems

^ n ^

to

to

accompany
bodyguard.

be

the

member
3 n
"^^

of a

shemsi

^\

^^

follower, body-servant.

A
III
a 1 1
\\
I

^-li- A
.,.; ^ III/ y
C y
C >

plur. of

preceding.

A 333^1
'
I
]

^p^
A
III

^^^

III

-il

chief servants of
Osiris.

D
I

i
-^

servants of ;His Majesty.

shen
AA/v/\AA

to revolve.
^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


9.

399

shen
shenit

c=>
circuit, circle, or-

bit
AAAAAA
I
I

Cl)

AAAAAA

shenu
AAAAAA

AAAAAA

circuit
^Jl
AAAAAA AAAAAA

of

shenn
shen
shen a

the earth.

2 CZZ)I

czsm
hair,
AAAyW\

hair.
I
I

Shenat'pet-utheset-neter

a ^t

s;

n
a

^HP ^

);f25|

the

name

of a sacred cow.

S/,a....si,aps.a(e

J^
shena shena
e
AAAAAA
/-

i^g j^ ^ |1 name of a sacred

the

cow.

-^^

urz2

granary,
breast, body.

shena
'^

to turn back, repulse.

s
AAAAAA

j\

shena

R^^^
^

repulse, violence

(?).

shenaau

^'^~'\>'^^

wayfarers

(?),

400

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

CZE

shena
AAAAAA

A
_2i^i

A.

ZV /V
w

to

turn back,

repulse.

(^

ZV

shenstet

wickedness.
^^

sheni
shenit

^
/VAAAAA

^
^

"^^ hair, locks.


i
I

^:^ VW,

AAAA^A

storm.
j

0(1
I

sheniu
shenit

()q^
I

cr~3 chamber.

AAAA

IJj

Q^\
1,^
chiefs
ces.
,

prin-

flfl

shenbet

shnemi

vv

Shenmu
shennu

V\ %v ^
"^

"the

name

of a town.

AAAAA/".

D
I

a powder of some sort

(?).

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


snares
(?).

401

shennu
shennu
\AAAA

acacia trees.
II

Shennu
shens
AAAA/NA

0\5
^

the

name

of a town.

''^

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

cakes
\

with

cr>

^
I

^
SAAA

Q
flesh,

T
skin

sliewbread.
III

shent

(?),

shentu
AAA/W\ Vw
I

vSi

to

curse

blas-

pheme.
AAAAAA
\S.

C-is

shent
w
AAAAAA

granary.
heron.
w

shenti
shenti

^
W

garment,
1

shentetu
shentet

curse.

a tree, the acacia.

shen-ta
Shentit
IV.

AAAAAA

h read,

aaaaaa

mil

the

name

of a goddess.
26

402

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

CZSZ]

sher
[sherr
I

=
vv
I

and
to

be

little.]

sherrau
sherriu
^^^E^

<\\^
little

ones,

feeble

men

or gods.

sher at
shert

t=^^
r-ym

little

one

or

thing,

some-

thing of no value.

shert et

^g
a proper name.
<i>
,^c-irxb

Sher em
shersher
"-^^^ ^^^
'

y^

winds, breath.

shert

S
nose, nostrils.

shert

grain.

shert

r \vi

cake, bread,

^
shes
(?)

5
I

linen

weavers

(?).

^A
J]

shes

^^nrj^

n ^^npp

linen, a linen

garment.

''A

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

403

s/2es

maat 5
5
I

'cord

of

law'',

z.

e,,

with

^^
^

^failing(

correctness

and

regularity.

shes

to

be tied up, fettered.

ffiffi

the two eyes

(?).

shesep shesep

MkU^

palm, a measure.

^ ^

>^

to take, undertake, ac-

cept, receive.

^g
shesep

heart's desire.

^d}R

*^ shine,

be bright

M^
Shesep^temesu
shesau

D
light.

and

^
-rv

D Note the forms O n and SESHEP. Ol


I

](f\\

name
fiend

of a
(?).

(=3i=]_^'^

1^1

skilled

able

intelli-

gent, wise.
26*

404

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

i=3rz]

Shesmu
the

headsman

of

Osiris.

SheS'khentet
sheta
sheta
[

T'^^^^l

^1
c^

a proper name,

^
tortoise.

D
n A

X
=^^^

to

be hidden, secret, myste-

rious.

i|

hidden
thing.

hidden person

or

^^

D
W
I I

sheta

hidden thing,

se-

cret,

mystery,

I'-D
W

something invisible

and not understood.


I

11,
hidden places.
I

1\.<^\U\
hidden

hidden forms,
soul.

hidden faces.

^i

^^^^

hidden
tions.

transforma-

hidden things.

\S

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

405

Shetait

'=^
I

the "hidden place"; a

czs:

name World

of of

the

Other
at

Seker

Sakkarah.

Shetat

Ch

[Z"^

Sheta-her ^=^^

^
J

S\

"hidden face";

a proper

name.
a proper

Shetau-a
I

-
I

"hidden of arm";

name.
a proper name.

Shetet-pet

t=:^^

^
a

shet

c^^=^

^;

to

break up the ground, dig


tear

out,

open,
tie,
n

to

deliver,

strengthen,
\
/
1

bind

up.

^^"'2^^
/
1

i;

shetet

lake, pool; plur,

shetit

=^o[r
tank, cistern.

2^fl
shot
c?==>^

AAW^AA AAAAAA
AAAA/\A

to read, recite a
c^-^x^x

book or prayer

406

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


'=2^

shot

^
to swathe, to clothe.

a garment.

clothed, or covered, of arms.

shetu

<*=\

W
e

leather straps.

shethu

-^"^^ 8

crushed grapes

(?).

SheUkheru =^^

"^

the

name

of

one of the

Forty-two Judges in the Hall of Osiris.

K.
thee, thou, thy;

with sign of the dual


w

ka

U U -^
I

the double of a

personality of
the

VI

being of

man or 'od, the a man or god, self, a man which is


the
heart- soul

associated

with
is

and
spirit-soul

independent of the
plur.

'^;

^^,

^^^.

Ka-hetep

kau

^ ^^ D U U U^^
I

U
I

a proper name.
food.

'

III'

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.

407

ka

U ^'^ u

bull.

1
the divine bull,

Ka-Amentet

IJ

^ ^
^^^^^

"Bull

of

Amenti";

name

o Osiris.

Ka-an-erta-nef-neba-f \J

^
Red
Bull".

jq-a
a proper name.

Ka-ur

'^^ajt^^j
^,

"Great Bull".

Ka-tesher ^'^^ y-',

'a
(^=ii)

T
husband
of the

cows",

kaut

cows.

T
ka
to

thmk,

to

cry out.

^
ka
^3::^

thought.

^^ 0A

verily, prithee.

Kaa

^zzz^

^^^\ w|

^^^

name

of a god.

408

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


a proper name.

Ka-ari'k

kaui
kabit

a class of beings.

m
U
f]

lamentations.

"^^

kara

f^

l\r\

f^

shrine, chapel,

sanctuary

u
k

sTods

of the shrine.

Kaharsapusar-em-ka-herremt ^:=:x6^^rn
I
I

d'v^

'-'
I

'

V\

J) a proper name.

Kasaika ^^^z^^^^^^
kat
ki

"^^^^^^ J^

^ proper name.

U
li

work, works, labours,


verily.

H
'11

ki

another.

P
one
...

the

the other,

another man.
another chapter.

^3^

11
another person.

11

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.


[1

409

"
[|

another time.

^G
}
)

another reading, a variant.

kua
kep

M'
^
fl

I.

to hide,

hidden place.

Kep-her
D

^
i^
i
(S.

a proper name.

kefa

--^ ~

to act
I
/>

with vioexpel,

lence,

.^
;
fl

drive away.

kefa

_^

to

remove the

clothes, strip, un-

dress.

.^
uncover.
of,

I I

kem

^^ I

to

make an end

to finish

the end.

kem
Kem-ur
the

name

of a

town

^^=t

^^ ^

and
I

of a lake.

410

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

k=^

Kemt

=i^^
\

^^^

"black"

land,

i.

e.,

Kewkem
kena

^zzz^

\\^^zi^ \\
fl

3
"^

the

name

of a god.

^^=^

^
1

^^==^
[]

to speak.

Kenemet

^=^=^
AAAAA/

..^-vj^ >c^

^j^^

name

of a town.

AA'W^A

kenemet Kenemti

^^==^
/|

W'^^

pf^

night, darkness.

AAAAAA

^^=^

^ pf^
^^

the

name

of one

of the

Forty-two Judges in the


Hall of Osiris.

kenhu

(?)

^^:^
AAAAAA
^^^-^"^

tK

F^

night.

Kenset

p^^^

Nubia.

The

correct reading
Sti,
i. e.,

appears to be
*'land of the

the

bow".

kerit

^^^=^
fl f]

"^

habitation, abode.

Kehkehet ^:3^ X
Ices

^^c:::^ o

"="

m
to

^ proper name,

^^

<k

bow

in

homage.

J^

t^i

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

411

kesu

t^

Qx

homage, bowings.
AAAAAA

Kesemuenent

a class of
a

^^
kek, kekui
""^^^^^^

divine

4-4-

beings.

f^

^^F^
darkness,
night.

ket
ketuit

another.

A A

-O-

abode, habitation.

ketut

^^

weapons, knives.

^^^^>^^i' ^^J7|||
ket khu
I

(^5
I I

other things.

ketet

little,

bad.

Qqa

A A
A

to

be high, exalted, height.

High God.
Exalted one.
doubly high, very high.

i\

412

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


A A
D
exceedingly high.

height of heaven.

A A A
A

WW
I

high,

i. e.,

lond-voiced,

II

_^
^C^

/VAAAAA

^^ ^

^N

most

terrible.

Mr

high up on the
standard.

^X ^
(Tj
.

5^

the god of the very high

i^

plumes.
ra

Qa-ha-hetep ^'^.

a proper name.

Qa-her
qa

lit
s

^ proper name.

A
A
high ground,
case.
hill,

stair-

A
ga

^
a a

A
A

to

be rotten, putrefy.

%i.r
qa
qaat

A
A
I

form.

bolts, fastenings.
I I

A
qaa

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

413

form, image.

m
qab

the

name

of a god.

the innermost part


J

d
gafof
/I

J- ^ ^
;

ci
I

3 AAAAAA

Fc^^

the

centre

of

Amenti.
I

cr:^^

r r^-^^-0

a part of the body.

J
o

Qabt^enUShu-erta-nef-em-sau-Asar A \\

PI^^^Lli J ^
qamai
A ^\
U
L
[

a proper name.

J^ o
to

incense, unguent.

qamemt A
qart
garf

^^ ^
^ ^ o
I

weep

(?).

^^^
A

P^i't of

the Other World.

bolts,

fastenings.

Qahu
qahit

A
A

^1
i1 o

a proper name.

fire (?).

414

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

qasu

^mc^
X
to tie, bind, fetter.

qass
fetter.

pp
I

fetters.
I I

gaga
I

hill.

ga

be provided with

(?).

qahu
A
e
I

arm and shoulder; A Q rr-^^ Q A ^-r-^ v3


,

dual

A
ss
Q

qah
qu
qeb
qebbi
qebti

A
^^.n

side of

(?).

limbs, flesh,
III

^ii\ ^ T
I

north wind.

mm
pj:t

shade, shadow.

qeb

see

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

415

qebh

n O f^ AAAAAA I y }J AAAAAA ,-CJ A AAAAAA


1

^ W
J

AAAAA/V

AAAAA.\

to cool, refresh,
AAAAAA

A ^

A AAAAAA
r

AAAAAA
^

be cooled, refreshed.
(?).

iy AAAAAA
i^ lA AAAAAA

f>v

=^J

vf JI

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

place o cooling, the batli

-J
r

AAAAAA

AAAAAA
^AA/^AA

AAAAAA

^
I

I)
-ciL)

%\ a _
-^

Ciy] fl

if!

the

lA U

cool water oi the First Cataract. of


AA/\AAA

II
I

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

r^^^

the

marsh

of

water-fowl.

one

of

the

D^
A,\AAAA

four sons of

Horus.
^^.e=^

-J I
Qebti

AAAAA/^v

AAAAAA

-J
AA

Coptos.

qefen

baked cake.

Qefenu
qeftenu

^
AAAAAA


^=^^

the

name
ape.

of a town.

qema

>H.3^1
z]

to create,

to fa-

shion,

to

form.

416

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

qemam
),^^>^

A A
A
to

create, to

fashion, to form.

qemamu

creatress.

god

of creation.

qemh
qem-tu

C^::]

yTv

leaves of a tree.

to overturn.

qemtu
I

to say, repeat.

Qen
qen

A
AA/VsAA

;^;^AAAA

-.vp

a proper

name

[if).

fat.
S

qen qen

AAAAA^

A X A A

to

do

evil,

be

evil,

AAAAAA
s
a

to

be strong, bold, brave,


embrace, embrace,

qena
qenat

m
I

to

^ OS
AAAAAA
III

a kind of incense.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


qeni
s^
I

417

a kind of linen,

qenu
qenbet

A t^ ^^
D
-21
I I

strong.

class

of

officials,

qenbit

human
A
AAAAAA
AAAAAA

or divine.

Qenna
qenert

a proper name,

A ^
AAAAAA

grain

(?) fruit (?).

qenqen

A A

to beat, to strike,

^AAAA^ AAAAAA

qenqen

A
the

to feed, eat.

AAAAAA AAAAAA

Penqentet ^ ^
qer
qera

name

of a lake

im Sekhet-Aaru.

^ T^ <=> T A

the north wind.

storm, thunder

(]^>^

a proper name.
I

qeras
qerfi

^ nn "^ n ^
fl

sepulture, burial.

to tie,

be

tied.

Qernet
qerty qerrt
IV.

A
AAAAAA

^ W
^
nrzi'

the

name
A
<=^

of a town.

<=^

cave, cavern.
27

cr~zi

418
qerti

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


A
CTT]

A
I

O
the
I
I

name

of

the

A O

II

two

caves

near

Philae

wherein
;

the Nile rose the

^
A

name
the

of

one of
-

^
A

^li.sti
\.^=z^

Forty
in

two
the

Judges

Hall of Osiris.
w

o
qeres

A
A

^
qersu
qerset

m\
I

to

bury; dead body.

A
A A
>

coffin,

sarcophagus.

qerset

^
burial.

qerqer
qert

A
A^

A ^

A
AAAAAA

A ^ AAAAAA X
A
fc)
7
I
I

bolt, fastening:

qehhtum
qes

(?)

^ ISi. y^

castrated animals for


j I

sacrifice (?).
(?).

burial

A gesu
(for

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

419

^1
^
111'

<?

qersu)

Nil!

bones.

qesn (qersu) ^
N

preserves (of birds).

III

Qesi

Cusae, the capital of the

XlVth

nome
qesen
:H ^A/vvv\
\

of

Upper Egypt.

^^^'
ZA AA/^AAA

to
I

he

evil,

bad.

qeq
Qetetbu

A A

see

AM

to eat.

c:^

^ ^

JM
s;^

a proper name.

qet

\:r.\
a

X
s

to build.

qet
j

to

draw, sketch,

plan or design;

qetu

ir\
lIl^iMlli
\

f
)

make work

a
of

the

artist.

sailors,
i
[

mariners, crew

of a boat.

Qetu

n
11

C^
(^

a fiend.
27*

420
qet

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Z5

ATI
n
f]

orbit,

circle,

like,

similitude,

character, dispositions.

J]
ll

^=^^

Jl
]

likewise, also, totality.

^S
qett

Ul

slumber.

S
ka
ka ka
kaut

K.

to besiege,

s
s
(3

filth,

dung,

to stink.

^
>

zs

calamity, calamities, misery,


to

suffer

want,

to

lack

kau
kai

v^

^^
J
^

something or anything.

s
s S
O

lake.

kau
^auaslza

a substance
gods.

offered

to

the

^
J
\\

'v\

T^T^T

"^^

to break.

A
I

to depart (?).

the hair of

some portion

of

J^"^^
I

the body.

ffi

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

421

kaf

kas
X
Ifast (?)
Jill

chamber.

kat

claw, limb.

katu

thoughts, meditations.

kuat
ICeb
/WAAAA

to besiege.

keb keba
^eba
keba
ZS

AAAAAA

the celestial ocean.

AAAAAA

^v

"^^

to suffer,

be in misery.

ffiJV

to cast

an

evil glance (?).

some wooden

object.

kem
to find, discover.

something found.

^%.m\

422

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^"i^

kemkem
Kem-heru

vV
\\

^'^^

vV
J[

^^ discover, find out.

/''^^

^ class of divine beings.

kemut

'^^

\^ yA^
8

weak,

evil beings.

kemh
kemhet

A^ V\

-^^

to see.

^^|^

eye.

I^emhusu f^

^ .1^1=^ ^^
weak,

^ proper name.

feeble, helpless.

kenu

Z5
AAAAAA

t^

"??>->
j

cattle.

Ken-ur
Ker-ur
kenut

S
AAAAAA
ffl

"^^
<^d-^

a proper name.

^^
^ t^ ^ o^^
'^'^^
I

ffi

deeds, documents, records.


i

Kenkenur

S S
AAA/VAA AAAAAA

^^=5

S\

the

name

of a

god

S
kent
k:er

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


AAAAAA

423

Z5

\\

slit.

moreover.

kert

S
but.

ker
kerb

IS^

/^

to

be

silent.

ffl

o Fj;=q

night, darkness.

Kersher
icer[lr]

S
^
^

=3i=i^ ^ proper name,


ZS
P

to have, to hold, possess.

L
ffi

possessor

Jl

possessions.
I

ker[k]

lie,

falsehood,

de-

424

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

zs

s
Ker[k]et

lie,

falsehood, deceit,

the

name

of a town.

keh
weak, helpless, wretched.

kes

one

half.

kes

c
w

side; dual

w Y^ both
i,

sides; plur.

^ n^
^

\\

left side.

right side.

near,

by the

side

of.

ifesu

=0=

to anoint, ointment.

Kesui
AAAAAA

the

name

of a canal (?).

-r
Kesta,

AAAAAA

AAAAVV

-^

n^

one of the Four Sons of


Horus.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


kesta
scribe's palette,

425

kesh
-vrn TT
I

pool, lake.

T.
t
<=.,

^
the
I

thy.

ta ta

C^

^^^:=^

what

is

his,

his.

D
I

to
j

be hot,

to burn.

D
tau

flame,

fire,

hot, angry.

D
Ta-ret

A
the

D D
D
ta

name

of

one of

the Forty-two Judges


in the Hall of Osiris.

s
^ ooo

p
I

s:

land,

ground,- country,

the

earth, the world.


s:

taui

IS

IX

the

"Two Lands",

i.

e..

\>v

Upper and Lower Egypt.

426

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


\> \>

^
1

V
,

^
mil

tBlU

\>\>^>,
'

snn'

111 lands,
^
j

countries,
all

the

^ ===-s

world,

lands.

=-^' ==-11

3^
I

^ [v^ =>
Z5

the regions of the Other

World.

earth-gods.

Ta ab

=^^^

^
Ta ankhtet
Ta ur

/^
J
AAAAAA

"pure land",

i.

e.,

the

Other

If

World.

==^^^

-^

f^ ^

*land of
Q:^:^:^]

life",

i. 6.,

the

grave
a part of Abydos.

==^^^^<z:r>

'^great land";

Ta en

Manu

^=^=^^
SM\t\M\

DOD

^
,

^^^^

''land of

Manu",

i. e.,

the

West.
''land of
,

Ta en Maat

^=^^ R
AAAAAA
''^

^
i*/:

Law",

i. e.,

the Other

I'^^x^^l^

World.
"land
I

Ta en maakheru

=^^=^ n
^^^^^

of

triumph",

i.

e.,

the Other World.

Ta Mera
Ta

"^^^
^'^^^^

^^
1

"land of Mera",

i, e.,

Upper

and Lower Egypt.


"land of the North", the
Delta.
j

Meh

^^^

^^^)<

y(

^
*

Ta mes tchetta Ta Nefer


'=^=^^

"=^

(fl
1
I
1

(1

"^^

"land of eternity",
the Other World.
i, e.,

i. e.^

^l

"beautiful land",

the grave.

c^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


=^^^ L
I.

427

Ta Nent

'^^^^^

a portion of the Other World.


eternity",

Ta neheh

=^?k 0 -i^^
^^^

''^^""^

""^

e.,

the

>^

Other World.
*

Taiu nu neteru ^3^ ^

H^'^j
'
'

lands of the gods",


heaven,

i.

6.,

'

Ta remu

K
sn

t^ ""^^

*'land of fish'

Taui Rekhti ^"^

^
^'lands of the Rekhti",
>

Taiu Rekhti ^ ^ :3:^


\> \> \>

i. 6.,

Isis

and Neph-

<cii> _^_^

thys.

Ta kharu

"^"^^

^
Ta Sekri

lim J?^l
]

? "^^^^^^ t)\ "^

''land of the

kharu

geese".
i. e.,

^=^^^
^
I

^^

^'land of Seker",

the Other

<==>
"^^^^

^^^^^

World
^'land

of of

Memphis.
the

Ta She Ta shema Ta sheta


Ta
Sti

=^^

Lake",

i.

e,,

the
S\

Fayyum.

^='^

^
^

^'land of the South".

^=^^^

^^^^^^^

"^

^'land of

m^r^

mystery",

i. e.,

the Other World.


i.

'^^^

^ ^
[K

'land of the bow",

e.,

Nubia.

Ta qebh

=^^

^^
AAAAAA
AAyvAAA

"land of cool water", I


Cataract region.

e.,

the

428

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^
6.,

Ta Tuat

s
Ta Tchesert

^ ^ n
"=^^^ '^^^^^

'land of the Tuat",

i.

the

Other World.

''holy

land",

i.

e.,

the

s
Ta
ta
ei2

l<=>C^^:]

Other World.
i.

tchetta

''''^^^'^-^

/w.A^

^l

"land of eternity",

6.,

the

Other World.
bread, cakes.

^^^^ ^ ^^^ ^1
^fl\f 0=0
I

cakes

made

of fine flour.

g
^ 8

^ A

white bread.

(^3)
1

^
1

t>K
I

celestial bread.

i<=>jr\

- ^^>

1 rr

^:-3]

^^^^d ^f Nenet

(?).

0=0
Tait

^
D
"^

'

'

)>

a proper name.

tait

5Q^
"^
fl

sail.

Taif

5^flil=T^
fl

"nr^

f)

^be

name

of a goddess.

Tar
tahenen

^ '^
"^

^^^^^

^^

the

name

of a fiend,

'^

8
Y

"^
AAAA/\A

*^ ^ip i^

water

(?).

/> AAAAAA

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Ta-her-sta-nef

429

^^
II p

a proper name.

D A
AAAAAA
A

^^^
r\
I

Tatunen

^-

^
-"
I

V\ JfTT
~LL

if

the

name

of a god,

AA/VVAA

dll

tat
tiu

^v^ ^

emanation

plur.
;

fv^

^||(j

^adorers.
II,
,^->,

tini

AAAAAA
rrr=

AAAAAA

tu

a demonstrative particle.

'

tua

1^^

A^

to adore.

tua
tui

V>

(1

[1

a demonstrative particle.

tui

tui

mrr,
his.
j^
AAA/V

tuf

tuni
^=i

tur

ili

^^^^

X -^
^
I

AAAAAA
AAAAAA

to cleanse, purify,

tura

111^11

be pure, clean.

430

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

tuk

<2

thou.

tuk
tut

-^s'y'
^
Y^-^ IN

^pp^'^^-

to

be

like,

similar.

tut

^%^t]
o
v\
<:^

^yP^' ^^^^' image, statue, portrait fig-ure.


as, like,

similar.

tut

M
=J^I_^

to arrange,

group together.

tebu
teb
tebi, tebt

to

be shod, sandal

(?).

-M

sandal.

-mm
-JV!
^
L^

^ u)
J

ffl

pair of sandals.

Tebu
Tebti

the

name

of a city.

tebteb

to walk.

tebtebti

^J^J'^M^
^
^^
head,

^^^ soles of the feet

(?).

^^P

the

tip,

point,

or

top

of

anything.

tep

upon,


o
tepi
igi

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


@i

43
first,

S he
^

who

is

on,

the

best, or

D
"^

finest of anything.

^w^ ^
D
\y
'

1)

%^

X^

^^^ ^^^^ ^^ ^^^ offerings.


I

^
I

the finest linen.

^
I

^
'

t^ <=>Jl\ O
"

^
I

the choicest flowers.

^^

the

earliest

hour

of

every

day.

tk

^ @

^ 1?N

(1

the earliest dawn.

;:^<ci^

m.^^%\F^
Jf
^

^^^ earliest twilight

hour.

the greatest happiness,

primeval time.

D D

New

Year's Day.

@_
D
tep a
tep a

(Ci

';^

f)

^H

"^

the best water in the lake,

the original state of anything.

^^

straightway.

^
I

^^'

he

of olden time, ancestor.

;;

432

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


she of olden time,
ancestress.

D
plur.

^\

ancestors,

forebears.

tep re
tepi re

moutli, then

what comes from the

@ <=
^^

mouth, speech, voice, utterance


plur.

^
I I

III

tep retui

prescription
I

lsi
unguent

precept,

command,

chapter.

tep

=0=

of finest quality.

D
tep
]

a kind of goose.

D
tept

^
D

uraeus crown.

Tep-tu
Tep'tu-f

^ C^
I

Cgrnrm

^'he

on the

hill,

or his hill"

^^ ^
nrrm
!

name
name

of Anubis.

Tepa
D
tepa

the

of a cow.

S'

to snuff the air, breathe.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


tepfyet

433
hole in the

cavern,

cave,

den,

ground; plur.
tef
^

^|^

S\

father.

3^

tefa

that.

Tefnut

?^P a. -^VD -Hm

*^

the

name

of a

Water-

goddess.

tern

^anr

^
all,
\\

to
I

come

to

an end,

temt

temtu
temti
^pnnL

entirely

wholly and entirely.

tern

LI
to

temem

be complete, whole,

entire.

^^3Ein:

^^^>^

^i^:sK:>

tern

a particle of negation,
no, not, without.

IV.

28

434
Tern

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

I'^l'^^l ^1

Tern, the
^'father

Temu

of the

gods".

Tern Harmakhis.

^
tern

J @ <=> W J)

"""^^

Khepera.

am

temam
temaau (?) ^^^ tk

r^
I

winds.

tememu

^
'^

^1^1
Ws

all

people,

mortals,

mankind.

temem
fei22ei22u

\\

^^^

part of a sledge.

^ ^

\\

t^
]

parts of a net.

Temem-re
Tem-sep

a proper name.

"~'*~"

S\

the

name

of

one of the

.-^^ D

vi

Forty-two Judges in the


Hall of Osiris.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


temi
ten

435

^^,
^^nrzEC

sledge.

&.,
this,

ten
AAAAAA

ye, you.

AAAAAA

Teni
AAAAAA

an ancient city near Abydos.


AAAAAA

ten
A/.AAAA

AAAAA\

%2
what ;kind of ? what manner
of? whence?

teni

AAAAAA

tenu

AAAAAA

G
AAAAAA

^
(2^

where

ten

AAAAAA
)

to

be or become

great, 'great, dis-

AAAAAA

o
ten ait
AAAAAA
)>V^

tinguished.

light.

tenu
ten em

AAAAAA U^""

e^

to divide; separate,

to turn back.
AAAAAA

Ten emit
AAAAAA

ter

r^

a particle, then, etc


28*

436
ter

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


i

O
A
1

time, season; plnr.


j

terui

the

i>

<\b\l
teriti

two seasons, i, e,, morning and evening, or sunrise and sunset;

i\m-!\ ^^ w

'

'

the northern and

southern halves
of the sky.

teru

\r
ra

stream.

teh

A
to

march

against, attack.

teha
ra

A
^\

tehami

stridor.

ra.^S^
tehenen
tihtut
to appoint, raise up.

""

prayers, offerings.

tekh

'^

A
J^^>^

the pointer or tongue of a balance

m ^
tekhni
AAAAAA

/t\

AAAAAA

J\

^^ ^

^'the

pointer

of the place of truth",

hidden.
to

tekhtekh ^ ^
tesh
t

"^^^

shake out the

hair.

X a'

W L

to depart, to go.

1)1

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


Teshtesh

437

an image which was dressed

rrrn [zszi

up

as Osiris.

teka

tekau
tekat

l%n
U

fire,

flame, lamp.

Tekem
tekem
token
AAAA/V>'.

^1
A
^
AAAAAA
Ill

the

name

of a god.

to

approach,

to enter,

go

in.

those

who

enter.

tektek

to pass, walk, go.

^
teJka Z5

A
to

he

hot, to kindle.

tekas
ZS

to walk,

march.

tetbu

AAAAAA

J^

AAAAAA

to smear.

AAAAAA

438

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

T.

A
ta

to pass

away.

f=Si

emission.

tata

(*==u)

to pollute oneself.

taau

^-^^-^'^nrr^

the

name

of a gar-

ment.

taar
ta

restramt.

"A
1

tata

to give, grant, set, place, ascribe.

tatau
gift,
^:^

o
giver, giving, placing.

\
tat

givers.

ah

'0'

O
heart's desire.
)

i'

ta

as auxiliary

^
I

make

to fear.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


cause to do.
-<Q>-

439

cause to be. cause to become,


etc.

Tatau
tit

the city of Busiris orMendes.

gifts.

tut

^,<^\^ '^\^ ^\^:


i

evil, evil thing, sin, fault,

wickedness, sinner.

sin,
'

evil.

(x^%>^^
(11
'

tuu

f^^

wickedness.

Tut

Tutu
.

the
of

name
the

of one

Fortyin of

^^ 2<_
' '

two Judges
the

Hall

Osiris.

Tuis

(?)

the

name

of

the rudder in

the magic boat.

tuau
tu

(^^(j^o
IllTIll
1

'

ile (?),

drink.

mountaiii; plur. (^^


'

Jr Jl

v\v>
II

, '
1

mi

1.

440

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


C^SfflllD
Cii (^ nnm
I

the two mountams.

V ^ t^ %\ w
Tu-en-Bakha C^
AAAAAA
II

*^^ great high mountains.

j^^

Mount

Bakha, the Mountain

of Sunrise.

Tu-en-Neter-khert C:^
1

DniD

\A
c^

Mountain of the Other World.

Tu-menkh-rerek C^ 1^
tu-a

^^HHt
to
D

^ proper name.
(?).

X
tua
II

^
five;
'

put forth the hand

Ill

"'" O ^

fifth.

tuau

\o,^\ O
o

to

do something early

in the day.

tuat
tuait

Wo'

'-Mr. o

dawn, daybreak, morrow.

to-

tua
to praise,

wor-

ship,

adore

praise.

!K

ytk

i;

praisers

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


neter tua

441
thanksgiving.

l^'^'^l
^^

to

offer

up

Tuamutef

g^

}
I

i'our

Sons

of Horus.

Tuat
1

The Other
,*
)^

World.

^^

^fX.

Ci

q8

the everlasting Tuat.


the hidden Tuat.

M
(2

the e-od of the Tuat.

|i
the being's of the Tuat.

nr-3

\i
tun

^^^
(^

to

lift

up or stretch out the

legs.
I

Tun-pehti

/VAAAAA

_^

1^

the porter
Arit.

of

the Second

^ vx^

442
t^'-

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^^iZ:
AAAAAA

to

be clean.

turt

teb

^==^J\

horn; dual

<==:^J\\, .^^.J

teb

^^^JO'
A
B
il

tomb(?).
to

teb

be furnished or equipped.

"
tebu

-'^

'
'

"

<J

chest,

tomb

plur.

X '-^^^

Ai

.'AJJ^.
c:^::^
'@'
1)

H'^'^^'''"^
.
.

frame,

framework

of a net.

Teb'her-kehaat

"^ '^

^^

the herald

of the Fifth Arit.

teben

^^^ ^^^ AA/V\AA /VWW^


,

^ y^

] '

tebenu
tebh

^
AAAAAA

/to
a

revolve.

-^ no^
)

^:^=

!l

A Sil

to pray,

make

suppli-

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


tebhu
tebhet

443

(?)

jir,

1
I

prayer,
cation.

petition,

suppli-

Ihi
0=^
1
=)
I

ttbhu

^
ci
1^

^^^
Ql

I
I

offerings, cakes, bread, etc.

tebhu
tebh

'

II

^^^^^^^T furniture

gram measure.

tebt

Jarm]

J;
^

block, slab, brick.

Tep
D ' a o
1

one half of the city of


Buto,

tept

taste.

tepu
D
tept
boat.

D o
tern
to cut, stab.

\\

\\^

0A with

a piercing voice.
I

444
tern

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


knife,

sword;

plur.

temt
"'^^^^^

two-edged knife, or sword

(?).

Tem-ur

name

of Osiris.

temamt
^3v\.

la
''^
I

hairy

covering,

3^^i^temam
temam
tern a
\

two

locks,

to

make an end

of.

[sic)

to

unite,

be

united,

touch.

temai

tema
temi

iS^
[j
I

city; plur.

shore, bank.

^ ^ V.

Ill

temem

entire, totahtv.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

445

temt

4^,/N\
1

to

collect

^^
teaitch

gather
all,

/
'

together, unite,
entire.

S^-f*^

^
all,
} I

totality.

Temtiu
ten

fl^M
AAAAAA ^
^

a class of divine beings.

to cut off, or

away.

ten

to place.

Ten a
AA/NAAA

the

name

of a god.

ten a

to separate.

tenat
AAAAAA

bank
Id
I

of a canal, piece of land,

tenat
AAAAAA
I

the weekly festival.


Zji

O
the

tena
ten a

IS

name

of a

chamber.

basket.

tenat

tenau
AAAAAA
-Xi.
I I

lot,
I

share, division.

teni

AAAAAA =0=

vessel.

446

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Teni
AAAA/W

w V2^
I

the

name

of

one

of

the

Forty -two Judges in the


Hall of Osiris.

Teniu
tenu
D
(S

the god of old age.

to

be distinguished.

tenb

J \J
AAAAAA

to

gnaw.

Tenpu
tenem
tenh
tenhui

a proper name.
Y;^
fy
I

^
^^F

worms.

wmg.

i\.
/

pair of wings.

tenhtenh
AAAA/VA f^ /WAAAA

to fly.

tens
J

nrrm
II

weights,

tent
tent
tent en

AAAAAA

abode.

slaughter.
^^:>^

might, violence, valour,


AA/NAAA AAAAAA

ter
;

to destroy.
a

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


to offer.
j;

447

D
teref

wisdom,

skill,

book

of wis-

dom.

tehant
ra

forehead.
2^

W
to salute

tehen tehen

-i-Tr>

humbly.

ra

S
D

ra

to place the
s

forehead on the

ra

ground
fl

in

token of hom-

tehen ta
ra

AA^AAA
^

age.
,

D^S
/r>.

Tehent
rn

AAAAAA

^^brow of a hill"; a proper

f^-^^

name.
the god Thoth,
scribe
of

Tehuti

^:i
,

the gods, dweller in Khe-

menu '4"I

Tehuti'Hapi
Tehutit

QT

AAAAAA

X
\\

II

Thoth-Hapi,

AAAAAA AAAAAA

the Thoth festival.

teher

hair, feathers, foliage.

@
^

^:^
"^
fj

teherau
tes

injury, harmful person, sicb

ness

(?).

vase.

448
tes
tes

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


to cut, smite.

flint
fnTTD

knife

plur.

v\

^^>^

teser

sacred, holy.

Tesert'tep

^^@
a proper name.
-H

Ci

Tester
\

the
its

name
god.

of a

town and

of

\\-l

tester

to

be red, become red, red,

ruddy.
CZSZD

1%

red ones,

men
,

or devils.

test era

gore

blood

redness

(of

clouds).

tester

n
I
I

blood.

Tester
the

red land,

i.

e.,

the

desert.

testert

red flame.

testert
\\
I

the

Red Crown, L e., the Crown of Lower Egypt.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


teqer

449

A
/

seeds, fruits.

A
teka

^'^^^

Ill

-^^
-^sto see.

(.

(I

-^&-

seeing.

-r

'

CI

appearance.

tekaau

^
"=:

1:^

(s
{]

seeds, fruits

(?).

tek,teke^^,
ffiZS

-^&-

sight,

teka
te^a

to hide.

plants.

ooo
tekas
tetrit
to run,

walk towards.
Chap.

XCIX,

12.

tet

hand.
^=^^
,,

the two hands.

hands.
IV.

29

450

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Tet-ent-Ast

^
tet tettet

i^

m
to

a proper name.

i
n
i

stablish,

be established,

stable.,

permanent.

^
an amulet,

tet

tet
]

a figure, image, or tree trunk

m
tet

^
J

which was

^'set

upright" dur-

ing the festival of Osiris.


a building.

dV

Tetu

the city of Busiris.

Tett
the city of Mendes.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

451

TH.
th
thee, thou, thy,

^
j
t)

AATyAAA

"'ith

verbs,

(j

<3=- 1
(j

/^

AAAAAA

AAAAAA

|imxuj

AAAAAA

etc.

a proper name.

I
thu
tbut as
"(1

thighs,

thou.

is

behold

thui

theb {teh)

m
I
D

sandals.

Thefnut
thephet

the

name

of a goddess.

storehouse
hole.

cave

cavern,

themes

decree, writing.
29*

452

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

decrees.

]m:r.
then
then
I

this.

ye, you, your.


I

then
AAA/V\A

to

be great, exalted,

distin-

guished, worthy.
/V/VNAAA

then

%:S
A^

that.

Thena

a proper name.

Thenemi

1^^^ zv

the

name

of

one

of

the
the

Forty-two

Judges
one

in

Hall of Osiris.

Then-ret

the

name

of

of

the

Forty-two

Judges

in

the

Hall of Osiris.

thentchat
t

^
V\ .^^
to

throne chamber,

her em

make

to

weep.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


tbert

453

^^ A
2=^ ^
\
.

a kind of tree.

theh

to attack.

thehenu

^ D

^
,
\
I

unguent.

Thehen ehenu Tehen henu

1
I ^

^^^^,
I

r^^^^
/VAAAAA

C^C>Cy

,, ^ ^ the name or a country, t -u Libya.

thehent

14^"^
/VAAAAA

crystaK?). amber

(?).

O
I
I I

^^^^"

Iff
theheh
flies

to

be yellow, or green
to

(?);

f||=.

s=5

fi

^= nA
n

cry out.

^^^^^^%\t

*^

^^

strong",

give orders.

thes

PI-

to support,

lift

up,

^1thesu
I I I

raise;
joy-

supports, props,

thest

III

454
tbes

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION


^=***==='

sz=3

^^^"^

^
VSl

to tie in a knot, knot, fetter.


^

'

flies

'=T^

^^ V.
C=<x>=3
C==00=:3

vertebra.

C=<x>=s3

O
1

lil'

plur. of
J^

preceding.

tbesu
word, speech, a saying, riddle.
(3

^/|

conversely.

thesau
Thest'ur

C=co=3

""

fls
'>=*''^

to rule.

.^^^^ S\

a proper name.

dog, greyhound.

plur. of preceding".
I

tbesthes

5
^

a garment,

Thekem ^=^ \K ^.

aJJ

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OP THE DEAD.


thet
I

455

the

name

of a red stone, or faience,

amulet.

thet
S
D

^
W
\ D

to

take

possession
to

of,
off,

to seize,

carry

conquer, acquire.

^^
s^=3
s

^\
g^ w
"^
1

seizors, robbers,
I I

o
a
s

cQj

ravisher of hearts.

fl

ravisher of

women.
n
9\

Thet-em-aua

^^^^
X

s;

the

name

of

f[
a plank or peg.

thetthet

h]

to destroy.

^
X
t^
ti2

TCH.
^^0 i K\ A.

see

tcha

i.^fl.i

safe,

sound, in good

case.

tcha
ti^a

X
\
"

X
1^

[>

to split, to cut.

456
tcha

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^
with

:^
tcha
I

abyss.

,^bJ
I
,

to transport, to sail

"^ ^nJ

something
one who transports.

"^ ^ ^ ^nJ.

t^

transport.

Great Boat.
t^

tcha
ys^
^ii3

to set out,
"^^

go

forth.

tchaau
t^

hair.

tchau
tchat

(?)

birds.

an

official.

tcha

'
'

to seize, g-rasp,

"^

rob, ravish.

plunder.

fl

cxcr^

^^
^

^Ving-carrier", fanbearer.

tcha
male, husband, phallus.

^
tchau
1^

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

457

^
w

the west wind.

tchaui

Isis

and Nephtliys, the

''two

eagles''

tchaut
tchafu

nn

twenty

fl

O
twentieth.

TchaG
\1\1
\

the

souls

of

Horus

tchai

^^
tchaitiu

fiend.
I

y^K ^1
-ft"

slaughterers.

tcham
tchamet

papyrus.

coverings, garments.
I I I

tchart
tchat

^ X

strength, strong.

tchat

measure.

458
tchat

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

^ X^
t^

knife.

tchaut
t^

foul things,
j

filth.

tchaua

^i
amulet.

A,

tchauu
tchatcha
a^ nx

"head"
post.

the

name

of the

upper

tchatcha
itz

^
head,
I

top

of

anything,

summit.

o^
^ t^
2:^
I

tchatchat l^ i^"^
t^

the

''Heads",
i. e.,

or

^ ^11
Ji
.

''Chiefs",
'

the

Ji

'

>

council of the gods

Hi
and Ra.

each great town

the Other World.

Every great god and goddess possessed a company


or council of "Chiefs",
e. g,,

Osiris

tchatchat ^~^

the domain of the cemetery in the


mils
;

plur.

^11)
i. e..

I I I

AAAAAA

the domain of eternity, the grave.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


the holy domain,
i,

459
e.,

the

grave.
I-4-H

F Oh ^

the domain of Amenti, the grave.


city boundaries.

i. e,^

^
tchaau
tchabet
v:>Il(

III

staves,

"burning" coals.
III

tcham tcham
gold with a very large

percentage
k

of
it,

silver
elec-

o'

ooo

mixed with
trum.

tchar
to

go about in search
to

of,

pry

into.

char
to seal,

fortress,

tcheba
tcheba
I

make
plur.

a reckoning

(?).

finger;

I
\

\W
I

AAAAAA

^,

fingers
I I

which

seize.

Tcheba-en-Sekri
I

proper

o\
AAAAAA

name.

460

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

Tcheba-en-Shesmu
name.

Tchebau-en-HerU'Semsu
name
of the paddles in the

magic

boat.

Tchebaui-ea-tepu-a-Ra ^^,
U
!J

^t^l.,-ii<=^^jg -^^ yJ D Jr
I I

a proper name.
t

chefa
I

:3%

the

food

of

the

dead,

sepulchral

offerings.

Sri
Tchefet

a place

and a goddess

in

the Elysian Fields.

TcheSt
tchefetch
pupil of the eye.

pupil of the Utchat.

tchefetch

to shed.

Tchen
<VWV\/NA
V

a proper name.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


8

461

tchenhuii-^
/VWWV^ \

tk --"
I

beams.
to crush, break.

A n

tchentchen
rcl2enfc/2e[fl]

^ ^ M^

^ w wJ
"^^

a proper name.

f c/j

or

'

R?

^__^

to break.

fcAer
tcher-a

@^

since, whilst,
----^

when.

straightway.

tcher-enti

AAAA^A

^
tcher-entet B?

w
since, because.
|^

^^^vna

,^^
icher

Bs
^"^--^

to

the

limit

of,

all,

the

whole.

^
En
PM
.

limit,

boundary;

plur.

B U. %2 ^'^^
tcberau

J^IJL
bound-

B?

% ^

I>

to

constrain, fetter,

Cher a

B^
'i

fort,

stronghold,

tcherau

g^
g^
^^^

heel, hoof.

462

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

"^

Tcheruu
tcheru
tcheri

B^%v^ j|

the god of boundaries.

a bird with a shrill voice.

a bird, the incarnation of

tcherit

B
Bs

Isis

and Nephthys.

J
'^

Tcherti

Isis
^3

and Nephthys.

tcheres
Tchel^es

,__^

^^^^^^ chamber
the

(?).

-=^|[1||^

name

of a serpent.

tches

^,

^p
^Hl
Ji'
thyself,

self;

^^, _^
^^^
"

^^
^^

myself,

himself.

^AA/^

themselves.
l^is

W
=]

^tltl

^^

Ir^

"^it^^

own

fingers.

__^;^

the god himself.

v\

4f ^^ f
to

with her

own mouth.

tchesef

snare,

fowler.

OF THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.


tcheser
.
I

463
the ways,

)p=^ ^^=^^
*^=^==>^

to

make

clear

t=^=^

to

put in good order, to

be or make holy.

tcheseru
I

holy

or

beautiful

things.

|.

1^
Tchesert Tchesert

glorious, splendid.

the beautiful mountain,

i, e.,

cemetery.

a proper name.

Tcheser-tep
^
1

the

name

of

one

of

the

Forty-two Judges in the


Hall of Osiris.

tchet

21,2^1
^^

body, person;

2^^^|.
my own
self.

tchet
tchetta

house, chamber;

^H)

_^ Jr theTuat(?).

eternity, everlastingness.

^^
the god of eternity.

^M

eternity

and

ever

^ ^

lastingness.

464
tchet

VOCABULARY TO THE THEBAN RECENSION

"^
^=^^^

^
etc.

to say, speak, declare, recite

words, converse.

em

tchet

\K^

"^

saying, introducing a quotation.

tchetu
tchet-t

"^ t^^ "^ ^^


n_
11
,

^^ declare,

speak,

(3

words, orders, things said.


i

tchet

metu

^ =^

4
n n

^^
I

''shall

be recited" [the

fol-

lowing].

"^-==^

"another reading".

tchet nehes

^
8

.,,,^ R

f]

^^r^

vA

negro speech, or
language.

tchetfet

2;^
"^-*=^

^f^^

reptiles.
[

tchethu

^
^

*^

^ place of restraint.

tchethu

'^-^-^

to shut in, imprison.

^i\
tchetch

J^^

v-^;r-

an instrument or standard.

OP THE BOOK OF THE DEAD.

465

Words and

signs of uncertain reading,


Chap.

CXLV,
1.

IV,

1.

16.

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i^

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Chap. CX,

5.

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Chap. CX,
Chap.

1.

35.

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CXXXI,
XCIX,
1.

5.

Chap.

38.

IV.

30

ENGLISH INDEX.
Aahet, a god 11.

Abomination 133.

Aakhebit Aa-kheru

11. 74.

Above Ab-Ra

229.
24.

^Aaku gods
Aamhet
Aaqetqet
11.

12.

Abt-tesi-rutu-neter 3.

12.

Abundance 156, Abundant 291.


Ab-ur (Osiris) Abu-ur 23.
74.

353.

Aaru 11. ^Aat gods

78.

11.

Aat-em-khut

Abydos

25, 426.
26.

Aat of Amentet, souls, fire, Horus and Set, etc. 13.


Aats, the Fourteen 13.
Aati,

Abydos, god

Abyss 191, 195, 249, 456.


Acacia 91, 401. Accept 403.

god

75.

Ab

(Elephantine) 22.

Acclaim

10,

194.
9.

Abau-Taui 79. Abiding 96, 174.


Abjects 68.

Acclamation

Acclamations 10,

11.

Accompany

398.

Able 374, 403.

Abode

42, 63, 80, 81, 86,

245, 312, 351, 410, 411, 446, 462.

98, 124, 144,

According .to 158, 228, 302. Account 26, 279, 329. Acquire 455.
Action
(battle) 72.
30-5=

468
Actions 52.

INDEX.
Aliui gods 56.

Add

96.

Air 192, 206, 303.

Addition 252.

Air-god 395.
Airless 44.

Address 251, 342. Adoration 15, 195, 352.


Adorations 14.

Akab

7.

Akau, god

67.

Adore
440.

96,

333, 353, 429,

Akba Akeb

8.
7.

Advance

58, 72, 115, 123,

193, 211, 246, 253, 260,

Akeniu 66. Akentaukhakheru


Akenti 66.

66.

353, 365, 368, 375, 378.

Adversary 318.
Adversaries 382.

Aker, Akeru, Akeriu Akeru, gods 67.


Akert, Akertet 67.

5, 7,

Advocate 226.

Af

33.

Akert-khent-Aset-s, a Cow-

Afar 94, 272.


Affairs 313, 320.
Affliction 163.

goddess 67.

Akesh, city 91. Akhabiu gods 5.

Afraid 357.

/f Akhen-ariti
Akhmim
28.

90.

Afresh 112.
After 159, 323.

Afterwards 322.

Akhsesef 57. Akhtuset 89.


Aksi, city 66.

Again 112, 238.


Against 228.

Ale 282, 439.


Alert 344.
4.

Aged man

10.

^Ahat, goddess

Alight 71, 211, 368.


All 198, 433, 445, 461.
Allot 150.

AW

56.

Ahibit,

god

57.

'^hit, goddess 4-

Ahti (Osiris) 57.

Alone 99, 100. Along with 264.


Also 420.

Ahu, god

5.

INDEX.
Altar 77, 120, 291.
Ancestor, ancestors
431.
3,

469
79,

Altogether 132.

Ambassador

29.

Ancestress 432.

Amber

453.
39, 393.

And

264, 271.
er ta - nef - bes - f - klienti-

Amen Amen
39.

An

nathek - ruthi - Amen


-

lieh-f 45.

Anes garment 283.


-

Amen nau
Sharu

an ka entek-

Anew
Angry

112.

39.

114, 425.

Amen-Ra

39.

An-her, god 48.


An-ber, a warder 48.
An-heri-ertisa 45.

Amen-Ra-Heru-khuti 40. Amen-ruti 40. Ament, Amentet, Amenti


13, 41,

An-hetep 48.
Animal,
sacrificial 328, 346.

459.
4.

Ames sceptre Ammehet 39.


Am-mit
82.

Animals

75.

Among

31,

36, 158,

228.

Amseth 42. Amsi 42.

Aniu 45. Ankliam water Ankhet 83. Ankhti (Osiris)


An-mut- 47.

172.

83.

Amsu

4.

Amt-tehen-f 42.

Announce 27, 348, 358. Announcement 358.


121, 170,

Amulet

75,

97,

Anoint 110, 424.

280, 323, 450, 458.

Am-urt 37. An, god 45.

Another 408, 409, 411. Anpet 82.

Anpu

47.

An

82.

Anrerut- 47.
An-rut-f,

An-aarrut-f 45.

god
116.

47.

An-a-f 46.
An-arut-f 45.
An-atf-f 46.

An-rut-f 210.

Answer Ant 93.

470
An-tebu 50.
An-tes 46.

INDEX.

Anti 49.

Aqeh, god 66. Aqen, god 66. Aqennu, city 93.


Aqert-khenti-het-set, a Cow-

god 85. Anubis 33, 47, 432.


Anti,

goddess 66.
Aqetqet, god
7.

An-urt-emkliet-uas 46.

Any Any
Ape
Apes Apef

198.

Aq-ber-ami-unnut-f 92.
Aqrit, goddess 66.

one 100.
29. 38, 48, 75, 415, 421.
15,

Apartments

Architects 67.

Archives 374.

135.

Argue

27.

80.
80.

Ari-em-ab-f 52.
Ari-en-ab-f 52.

Apep

Aper, Apert 80.

Ari-entuten-em-meska,
52.

etc.

Apis 253.

Apparel

152,

176,

327,

Ari-hetch-f 52.

376, 430.

Ari-Maat (Osiris) 52.


Ari-nef-tchesef 52.

Appear 104, 147. Appearance 147, 231, 449.


Appellations 69.

Arisi 52.
Arits, the

Seven 86.

Applaud 10. Apple of the eye 177.


Appoint 362, 436.

Arm
Arms

72, 236, 414.

236.
32.
.

Around

Approach

85, 184, 332, 437.

Apshait 80.
Ap-shat-taui 30.
Apsi, god 29.

Arq-heh 86. Arrange 217, 263, 361, 430. Arrangement 369. Array 106.
Arrive 30,
193, 342.
85,

Apu

28.

149, 175,

Ap-uat of north and south 28.

Ap-ur

28.

Aqan

92.

Arrogance 396. Arrogant 22, 73.

INDEX.

471
qemturemu-par-sheta 68.
-

Arrows

of light 382.
4.

Ataru

am

tcher

Arthikasathika
Artificer 262.

Atau garment
Atch-ur 94. Atef crown
Atef-ur
9. 9.

9.

Aruhut

55.

As As

158, 167, 430.


far as 229.

As, a name(?) 57.

Asar 59. Ascend 294, 312.


Ascribe 438.
Aseb, Fire-god
5.
-

Atektaukehaqheru Aten, god 69.


Atert 69.

70.

Ates-her-mer

9.

Aseb

her
6.

per

em

khet-

Athabu 70. Athen 71.


Ati,

khet
xises

Asert, city of 62.


,

Ati,

nome nome

of 8.

of 93.

Asest

city

of

Attack
453.

8,

328,

436,

63.

Ashbu, god 6. Asher, temple Ashu, god 6.


Asia,

Attain 149.
district 6.

Attendant 53.
Attribute 52.

woman

of 382.

Atu, city 70.

Ass

75.

Ass, Eater of 81.

Auhet, god 20. Aukert, place and goddess


21.

Assault

8.

Assembly 345.
Assuredly 19, 253.
Astchetet 65.

Aukert-khentet-ast-s 21.

Aukeru gods
19.

21.

Aurau-aaqer - sa-anqr ebathi

Astenu
Astes,

64.

god

65.

Asyut 328. At 16, 158, 228, 268.

Auu-ba 17. Avenge, avenger 226.

At once

72, 100.

Awake Award

212, 241, 359.


27.

472

INDEX,
229.

Away from
Awesome
Baba Babe Back
128.

Bathe 133, 184.


Bati (fiend) 130.
Battle 87.

396.

215, 294, 344.


9, 12,

151, 319, 322,

Be 16, Beams Beams


237.

103.

382, 461.
of light 38.
8,

323.

Bear, to

45, 155, 198,

Back of head 170, 251. Back part 149. Backbone 151. Bad 67, 213,293,411,419. Bake 143. Baked meats 113. Bakha, Bakhau, Mount 129,
440.

Bear witness 189. Beat 144, 417. Beat down 65, 113, 248.
Beautiful 207.

Beautify 349, 352.

Bebi (god) 133.

Because 191, 229, 269,461.

Balance 20, 137, 169, 267.


Baleful 135.

Become

103, 300.

Bed, funerary 175, 267.


180,

Bandage

148,

226,

Beer 67, 282.


Beetle 301.

234, 377.

Banded

186.

Beetle-god 301.

Bandlet 377.

Before 72,

76,

129,

158,

Bank Bank

444.
of canal 445.

159, 229, 256, 313.

Barekatha-tchaua 128.

Barley 138, 206, 358.

Beget 116, 119, 134. Begin 392. Beginning 256.


Behest 118.

Base 174.
Basins 291.

Basket 434, 445. Bast, city and goddess 129.


Basti 129.

Behind 159, 251, 319, 322. Behold 43, 58, 63, 160,
168, 451.

Bellow 249.
Belly 293.

Bath

64, 78, 415.

INDEX.

473
95, 401.

Belong 216. Belonging to 53. Beneath 313.


Benefit 329.

Blaspheme Blasphemy
Blaze
3,

190.

102, 136.

Blemish 247.
134.

Bener

(city)

Blind 68, 396.

Bennu

(bird) 134.

Beseech 213.
Besides 269.

Besiege 420, 421.

Block 209, 443. Block up path 265. Blood 353, 448. Blood relations 18.

Best 431.

Bloom

5. 5,

Bestow 263. Besu-Ahu 136. Besu-Menu 136.


Betti 139.

Blossom

95,

98,

105,

196, 264.

Blue-eyed 318.

Board
Boat
175,

82, 319.

Between
Bier 117,

36, 228.

Boastful 22.
10,

Bi (fiend) 132.
133,

30,

39,

89,

99,

209,

114, 170, 443.

210, 389.

Boat
63, 86,

of

Maat

99.

Bind

1,

49,

179,

Boat
99.

of Millions of

Years

196, 414.

Bind up 405.
Bird 292, 466.
Birth 184.
Birth Second, 184.
Birth,

Boats of

Ra

99.

Boat, Solar 49.

Boatman Body 18,


of

380.
75, 290, 293, 373,

Four goddesses

399, 400, 463,

187.

Body, dead 418.

Birthday 185, 250.


Birthplace 186, 373.
Bite 150.

Bodyguard 398. Body servant 398.


Boils 396.

Black 409.
Blains 396.

Bold 22, 3d7, 416.


Bolt 135, 355, 412, 413, 418.

474
Bolt-hole 140.

INDEX,

Break
461.

12,

153, 194, 305,

Bone 18, 419. Book 317, 374, 392, 393,


447.

363, 381, 386, 387, 420,

Book
Books

of Breathings 394. of of

Doom

54.

Break ground 405. Break open 155. Break through 378.


Breast 176, 177, 256, 260,
399.

Book Book
Born

Thoth 394.

of Traversing Eter-

nity 394.
147, 184. 130.

Breath 206, 402.


Breathe 351, 355, 360, 432.

Bough

Breeze 165.
Brick 443.
of.

Boundary 461. Boundaries, god


Boundless 461.

462.

Bright 252, 288, 403.


Brilliance 11, 363.

Bow 50, 318. Bow 410, land Bowmen 189.


Bows
Bow-rope 256. Bowls 291,

BriUiant 296.
of 427.

Bring 45,
184, 383.

85,

139,

168,

of a boat 256,

348.

Bring forth 184.

Bring

(gift)

120.

Bristle 218.

Boy Box

258. 442.

Branch 130, 236, 346. Brave 22, 147, 367, 416. Bravery 216. Breach (of the law) 17. Bread 134, 402, 428, 443.
Bread-cakes
306, 392.
1,

Broad 115, 334. Broad-Face 115. Broad-Horned 79. Bronze 262.


Brother 351.

Brow

30, 231, 248.

Bubastis 129.

5,

31, 157,

Build 297, 419.


Builder 67, 356.

Bread offerings 353. Breadth 115.

Building 103, 327.


Building, funerary 359.

INDEX.
Bull 407.

475
396, 401, 402, 415, 428, 443.

Bull-god 220.

Bundle

86.
8.

Calamity 55, 71, 132, 386,


420.
Calculate 279.

Burden

Burial 345, 417, 418.


Burial-place 345.

Calf 135.
Call 91, 193, 339.

Burn

3,

93, 102, 117, 119,

143, 243, 303, 349, 373,

Calumniate 368, 397.

382, 425.

Camp
Canal

42.
6, 69,

Burning 205, burnt 196. Burn up 325.


Burnt-offerings 291.

177, 197, 267.

Cannot

68.

Capsize 143.

Burst 157.

Bury 418.
Business 313.
Busiris
8,

Captive 254, 306, 384. Capture 254.


439, 450.

Carcase 18, 109. Cardinal Points 388.

But 423.
Butcher 40, 345, 347. Butchers of Set 346. Bute 139, 443.
Buttocks 149, 292, 302.

Care for 253.


Carnelian 306, 360.
Carrier 354.

Carry
383.

8,

45, 155, 198, 237,

By By

32, 228, 268.

Carry away
side) of

(or,

off)

65,

the back (or,

214, 303, 455.

229.

Byssus 152, 336.


Cackle 194, 220.
Cairo (Old) 14.

Carve 227. Case 341.


Cases 320.

away Cast down


Cast

290.
119.

Cake, Cakes, 92, 134, 140,


142, 148, 152, 186, 218,

Castrated animals 418.

Cat 168, 258.


Cat-skin 168.

230, 259, 353, 377, 393,

476
Cataract 427.
Cataract, First 3, 415.

INDEX,
Chief, tribal, 235.

Chieftainess 270.
Child,

Catch

(fish)

113.

children -<:i4, ^7,

Cattle 176, 225, 422.

,70,J185, 214,

215, ,258,

Cave 128, 417, 433, 451. Cavern 128, 417, 433, 451.
Cavity 133.

317^344.
Choicest 431.

Choose 384.
Circle 238, 399, 420.
43.
3,

Cease 23, 325.


Ceaselessly

Circuit 399.

Cedar

91.
1.

Circumstance 341.
Cistern 178, 297, 405.
Citizen 197.

Celehrant

Celestial beings 269, 270.

Cemetery 111, 458, 463.


Centre 413.
Certainly 19.

City 196, 444.

City-boundary 459.
City-god 222.
23.

Cessation

3, 22,

Clap (the hands) 257.


Claw, claws, 84, 326, 421.

Chain, chains 50, 95, 171.

Chamber
65, 86,

7, 24,

38, 42, 46,

Clay 329.
Clean 77, 78, 429, 442. Clean raiment 78.
Cleanse 14,
Clear the
15,

102,

119,

124,

174, 246, 262, 267, 290,

323, 400, 421,445,462.

330, 429.

Change 301.
Chapel 408.
Chapter 231, 282, 432. Character 420.

way

463.
150, 152.

Cleave

12, 128,

Clincher 49, 227.


Close (the eye) 89.

Charms

280.

Cloth 31, 71, 100.


Clothe
19, 259, 386, 406.

Chest 80, 81, 442.


Chest, funerary, 249.

Clothes 176.

Chew

220.
108,

Clothing 259.
256,
269,

Chief 71,

Clouds 348.
Coals 459.

270, 309, 316, 358, 400.

INDEX.

477
to 302.

Cobra
Coerce

15.
1,

Conformably
213.

Confront 158.

Coffer 24, 442.


Coffin 117, 249, 418,442.

Confuse 361.

Conquer 211, 221, 455.


Conquest 211, 216.
Consider 26, 122.
Constrain 172, 461.

Cognizance 359.
Collar 56, 115.
Collect 327, 361, 379, 445.

Collector of souls 327.

Consume

31, 81, 217, 325.


88.

Colour 19, 37.

Contemporary
168,
193,

Columns

49.

Content 249, 250, 285.

Come
342.

85,

123,

Contentment 96.
Contest 87.
Contradict 370.

Come
15,

forth

(or,

forward)
258, 281,

147.

Converse 226, 464.


118,

Command

Conversely 238, 454.

316, 432.

Cook
363.

143.

Commemorate

Cool 380, 415.


Copies of books 374.

Companion 307, 351, 352.

Company
Compel

of

gods 140, 141.

Copper 262.
Copper, sulphate
of,

Comparative, sign of 229.


172.

97.

Coptos 415.
Copulate 212, 219.

Competent 374. Complain 215. Complete 66, 86, 181, 433.

Copy
Cord,

51, 167, 374.

Copyist 374.
cords 50, 62,
113,

Comprehend 81. Compute 328.


Conceive
17,

196, 197, 221.

19.

Conception 19.

Cordage 93, 95, 196. Corn 148, 292.


Corn-land 206, 264.
Coronation 294.

Concerning 167, 228.


Condition 88, 375.

Confectionery 259.

Corpse 290.

478
Corridors 232.

INDEX.
Crystal 276, 453.

Corrupt 258, 355.

Cubit 180.
133.

Couch (funerary)
Counsel 226, 369.

Count 26, 186. 279. Country 293, 425.


Couplet 282.

Curse 361, 366, 401. Cusae 419. Cut 135, 280, 337, 352,
353, 363, 384, 394, 443, 448, 455.

Course 260, 317. Cover 84, 150, 253, 387,


444, 457.

Cut off 362, 445; cut on wood, or stone 319.

Cow

263, 407.

Dagger

195.

Cow-goddess 263, 364. Cowardly 293.


Create 50, 300, 365, 415.

Daily 168, 233, 250. Daily round 314.

Crew
Crime

419.

Damage Damned
393.

158, 299.

173,

187,

315,

Cries of joy 55.


17, 137.
9, 91,

Dance
186, 265,

46, 299.
85, 90,

Crocodile

Darkness 20, 57,


411, 423.

267, 268, 333.

113, 116, 291, 317, 410,

Crocodile-god 340.

Crop, crops

6,

10.

Crowd Crown
342.

90, 91.

110, 166, 209, 294,

Date palm 37. Date wine 135. Dates 135. Daughter 322.

Crown, to 364. Crunch 116. Crush 153, 461.

Dawn
Dawn,

136, 289, 440.


spirits of 38.

Day
Dead

250, 372.

Cry 251, 308, 407, 453; Cry of joy 131. Cry out 17, 91, 116, 193,
215, 249, 328, 354.

Daybreak 289, 440.


173, 175, 178, 189,

209, 291, 315, 389.

Dead body

293, 418.

INDEX. Dead, Eater of 82. Deaf 70, 364. Death 173, 175.

479
94, 100, 234, 272,

Depart

339, 352, 420, 436. 267,

Decay

58, 113, 178,

305, 333, 355, 356, 368, 378.

Depth 191. Deputy 71. Descend 246,

248.

Deceit 17, 265, 292, 423,


424.

Descent 248. Design 194, 343, 369, 376,


419.

Decide 122, 328. Declare 190, 464.


Decoction 172.

Designer 374. Desire 21, 22, 23, 179, 403. Destine 392.
Destiny 392.
Destitute 49, 68.
26,

Decorate 394.
Decorations 293.

Decree,

decrees

27,

Destroy 95, 157, 212, 287,


288, 298, 303, 305, 317, 319, 333, 363, 372, 376, 378, 446, 455.

118, 194, 221, 258, 374,

451, 452.

Deeds

52, 118, 422.

Deep 191. Defame 386.


Defeat 298.
Defect 17, 103, 105, 137,
247.

Destruction 58, 158, 298,


303, 305.

Device 369.
Devil 193, 321.

Devour

31,

81,

217, 265,

Defective 105.

299, 331, 349.

Defraud 208, 298. Dekans the Thirty


,

Dew
-

14.

six

Dhu

I'karnen 79.

291, 299.

Delay 122.
Delig-ht 2.

Dhura 206. Diadem 294.


Die 173, 175.
^

Deliver 214, 354, 405

Dig 405.
Dignity 12.
Dilate (the heart)
2.

Delta 71, 183, 252, 426.

Den

128, 433.

480
Diminish 155.

INDEX.

Document
422.

118,

374, 393,

Dip 298, 428.


Direct 368, 378.
Directions 358.

Dog

17, 454.

Domain 71,93;
Dominion 281.

of a

god

13.

Dirt

7,

278.

Disarrange 361.
Disaster 386.

Doom
Door Door

27. 72, 231, 234, 338.

Discover 421, 422.


Discuss 44, 226. Disease 174, 178.

Disembark 354.
Disgust 114, 157.
Disk, solar. 69, 71.
Dislike 188.

Ta-qebh 73. Doors of sky 1 70 Doors of truth J Door-gods 73. Door-keeper 54.
of

Door-post 260.

Dismissal 326.
Disposition 381, 420.

Double 406. Draftsman 374.

Drag

70, 383.

Dispute 27.
Dissolve 134.
Distinction 385.

Draught-board 356. Draughts 259, 356.

Draw

70,

264,

329,

343,

Distinguish 385, 387.

374, 419.

Distinguished 435,446,452.
District 94, 101, 165.

Draw
Dress

out 306.
19,

106,

294, 305,

Disturb 305.

327, 386.

Divide 94, 150, 152, 435. Divine 223.


Divine beings 37.
Division 71, 151, 445.

Drink

23,

31,

328,

331,

334, 439.

Drink-offerings 296.

Do

50; do not 31; as one

Drinker of blood 331. Drive 318, 361, 362, 409.

pleases
114.

22

do

away

Drop

234.

Droppings 245.

Do

into writing 51.

Drown

181.

INDEX.

481

Drugs 238.

Dry
Duck Dung

394, 395.

Dual, sign of 101.


3.

Eater of shades 82. Eater of sinners 81.

Eater of souls 31, 81. Eater of the Arm 72. Eater of the Ass 81. Eater of the Dead 82. Eater of the Eye 81. Eater of

253, 258, 383, 420. Duplicity 342.

Dwarf

209.

Dwell 262. Dweller in 32. Dwelling 46, 72.

Worms

84.

Eavesdrop 189.
Ecliptic 292.

Edge
Each 100, 198. Ear 84, 188.
Ears of corn 292. Early 431, 440.
Earth 313, 327, 425. Earth, end of 86. Earth-god 337, 426. Ease 358.
East 24, 25. East Wind 24, 249. East, gods of 25. Eat 31, 75, 81, 105, 116,
150, 217, 331, 417, 419; eat the heart 81.

343.

Edict 387.
Effluxes 245.

Egypt 410.
Eight 304.
Eldest 350.

Electrum 459.
Elephant-city
3.

Elephantine

3,

22.

Elysian Fields 371.

Emanation 68, 234, 245, 429.

Embalm

334, 337, 359.

Embalmer 33. Embalmment 117. Embalmment chamber


361.

Eater of abominations 83. Eater of blood 31. Eater of bones 331. Eater of eternity 81. Eater of livers 31. Eater of sahu 31.
ly.

33,

Embarcation 248.

Embark

246.

Embrace49, 56, 87, 260,416. Embracer, great 368.


Emission (seminal) 438.
31

482
Emissions 290.

INDEX,
Eternity 213, 214,268,277,
463.
Eternity, domain of 458.
Eternity, Eater of 81. Eternity,

Empty

375.

Emqetqet 189. Enchantments 280.


Encircle 238, 380.

god

of 463.

Encfoach 328.

Eternity, land of 426, 427,


175,

End

86,

149,

433,
of

428.

444; to

make an 409;
21,

Even

as 167.
20, 170, 436.

a book 123.

Evening
193,

Enemy

8,

243,

Eventide 170.
Everlasting abode 64.
Everlastingness 277,
463.

293, 302, 316, 339, 356.

Engrave 319, 337. Enshroud 253.


Enter
Enti
-

Everliving 83.

5, 66, 91, 136, 239,

246, 248, 385, 437.

Every 198. Everybody


321.

161, 243, 245,

her

emm

maat - f

221.

Entire 433, 444, 445.


Entirely 433.

Entrance 79,92, 123,231,


248.

Everyone 100, 132, 271. Everywhere 132, 137, 198. Everything 320. Evidence 189.
Evil 4,
17,

67,

85,

101,

Entreat 213, 214, 349.

105, 131, 132, 133, 137,

Envoy

29.

220, 291, 293,298,327,

Equal 351. Equip 80, 387, 442.


Erta-hen-er-reqa 245.

416, 419, 439.


Evil,

god

of 335, 381.
8.

Evil beings

Erta-nefu 245.

Evil deeds 62. Evil eye 421.


Evil hap 308.
'
'

Essence 172.
Establish 349, 450.
Estates 5, 47, 326.

Evil

memory

334.

Estimate 122, 279.

Evil persons 326.

INDEX,
Evil speech 91. Evil things 68.

483

Fa-nkhu 156.
Fa-pet 156.

Evolution 301.

Face 271.
Faience 278.
Fail 112, 247, 354. Failure 113.

Exact

92.

Exaggeration 19. Exalt 379, 411, 452.

Examine

328.
2.

Fair-face 207.
Fall

Exceedingly

234,

246,

248,

Excellent 176.

315,

369.

Except

43.

Executioner 330. Excretions 136.

243. False speech 19.

Fall

away

Falsehood 423, 424.

Exhausted 210.
Exist 16, 103, 300. Exit 123, 147.

Farm Farm

5,

326.

stock 176.

Expand

Fashion 50, 168, 184, 196,


300, 365, 415.

2.

Expedition 118.

Expel 409.
Explain 152.

Fashioner 205. Fasten 49, 370.


Fastening 221, 412, 413,
418.

Extend

2,

155, 337.

Extent 329. Extinguish 89, 90. Extol 388.


Eye, eyes 11,160,161,403,
422.

Fat 416. Fate 341.


Father 67, 69, 433. Father-gods 69.

Eye, Eater of 81. Eyeball 137.

Father Khepera 69. Father Osiris 69.


Fault 62, 138, 439.

Ey eh rows
Eye

48.

Favour 277.

Eyelid 292, 349.


paint 97, 188.

Fayyum

427.

Fear 357, 438.


Feast 361.
31*

484
Feather 10, 395, 447. Fecundity 42.

INDEX.
Fierce 76.

Fiery 143.
Fifth 440.

Feeble 129, 402, 422.

Feed

82, 331, 389, 417.

Fight 87, 378.


Fighters, the two 87.

Fellow 351, 352.

Fenkhu
Fenti,

156.

Fighting-Faces 87.

god 157.

Ferry 306.
Fertility 42.

Fig tree 212. Figure 38, 52, 90, 376.


Filch 288.
Fill

Festal service (liturgy) 259.


Festival 96, 117, 246, 247,
251, 259, 291, 348, 361,

181,

288;

fill

the

heart 22.
Fillet 209, 377.

445.
Festival, to

Filth

7,

80,

136,253,258,

keep 51, 339.


95,

278, 383, 420, 458.

Fetter 50,

171,

191,

Filthy 258.

196, 254, 342, 379, 403,

414, 454, 461.


Field, fields 5, 56, 370, 391.

Find 85, 421. Fine 207, 431. Finger 326, 459.


Finish 409.

Field of Eternity 371.

Field of Fire 372. Field of Grasshoppers 372.

Fire

-3,

37,

-95;^

135,

13<

142, 169, 205,^12,217,


239, 243, 248,
425,' 437.

Field of Offerings 371.


Field of Peace 371.
Field of

29V297,

319, 359, 377, ^97,. 413,

Ra

371.

Field of Reeds 371. Field of the Gods 371.

Fire-altar 89, 170,291,293.

Fire-city 3, 218.

Fiend ^, /l, ^2,

m,

1^5,

Fire-goddess 218.
Fire-spirits 6.

^93,

icie,

2i^,^9,Mb,

291, 502, 308,^21,339, 346, 347, 377, 383, 419,

Firm

94, 234, 370.

First 431.

457.

Firstborn 322, 350.

INDEX.
Fish, to 254.

485

Foliage 385, 447.

Fish 22, 26, 49, 82, 94,


157, 182, 235, 259.

Folk 132, 161, 244, 245,


249, 264, 271.

Fish-god 236.
Fish, land of 427.

Follow 116, 319, 398.

Food

5,

31,

32,

80,

81,

Fish-offerings

3.

88, 152, 157,

286, 302,

Fisherman 113, 254, 370.


Fist 302.

392, 393, 396.

Fix

94, 96,

174, 349.

Food, sepulchral 460. Foot 244.

Flail 216.

For
6,

16,

191.

Flame

3,

37,

95, 136,

142, 205, 217, 239, 243, 250, 319, 359, 382, 397,

Force 78, 172, 330. Forebears 432.


Fore-court 79.

425, 437, 457.

Forehead
Forget,

30, 447.

Flax

31.
19, 30, 401, 414.

forgetfulness 366.
50,
52,

Flesh 18,

Form

174,

196,

Flight 72, 140.


Flint knife 448.

300, 301, 306, 365, 376,

412, 413, 415, 430.

Flood

7, 14,

132, 181, 197,

Form

of ffod 91.

249, 259, 349, 350.

Fort, fortress 461, 459.

Floor 327.
Flourish 98, 234, 333, 359.

Forthwith 269.
Fortifications 103.

Flow

55, 102, 221.


5,

Fortify 365.
84, 95,

Flower

10,

12,

105, 118, 133, 138, 196.

Forty 262. Foul 458.


Foundation 356. Fountain head 133.

213, 215, 264, 331.

Flower of Hathor 105. Flowers of the sky 5.


Flutter 304.

Four 30, 158. Fowl 117, 259.


Fowler, fowlers 113, 254,
370. 462.

Fly

79, 89,

140, 446.

Foe, foes 21, 315, 318.

486

INDEX.
o a net 442.

Frame

Genetrix 184.

Fraternize 355.

Genuine 164.
Giant 80.
Gift,
gifts

Fraud 265, 292.


Fresh 98. Friend 308.
Friendly 355. Frighten 272.

45,

264,

438,

442.

Girdle

(?)

12.

Girdle 86, 377.


Girls 207, 215, 258.

From

16, 158, 228.

Front 256, 309.


Fruit, fruits 131, 237, 417,

Give 38,
438.

168,

244,

266,

449.

Fully

2.

Give drink 5. Glad, gladden


325, 357.

227,

255,

Fulness 337.

Furnish 80, 442.


Furniture 443.

Gladness

2,

55,

207, 242.

Glance 160.
Glorify, glorifyings 10, 11,
15, 365.

Furrow
Fustat

119.
14, 316.

Glorious,

glory 296, 463.

Gain the mastery 367. Gainsay 44. Garden 279. Garland 182.

Gnaw

116, 260, 446.

Go, going 123, 246, 248,


263, 265, 272, 337, 397,

436, 437.
67,

Garment
71,

30,

47,

48,

103, 106, 176,

259,

305, 327, 334, 376, 386,

401, 406, 438,454, 457.

Gate

72, 338, 340.

Gather, gather together 327


353, 361, 379, 445.

Geese (Kharu) 427. Generate 39, 42.

Go Go Go Go Go Go Go Go

about 176.

away down
forth,

94,

195.

back 49, 319.


246.
in 91, 437.

go on 134, 456.

out 120.

round 119, 251.


360.

Goad

INDEX.

487
(?) 406.

Goat

85.

Grapes

God God

222.
of extended

Grapplers 227.

arm

2.

Grasp

4,

227,

252,

261,

Gods, company of 141. Gods, three companies of


222.

302, 456.

Grass 12, 62. Grasshopper 326.


Grasshopper,
city of 326.

Gods, false 228. Gods, land of 427.

Gratification 376.

God-house 224.
God-offerings 224.

Grave 426, 458, 459.


Great 73, 107, 435, 452. Great (of heart) 22.
Greater than 108
431.
;

God-property 224.

Goddess 270. Gold 195, 459.

greatest

Good Good
Goods Goose

207.

Greatly 74.

condition 329.
42, 314, 320.
3,

Great Light 363.


349,

230,

287,

359, 432.

Goose-god 220.

Gore 448. Gorge 286. Governor 270, 281, 309. Grace 277.
Gracious 207, 344.

Greeks 183. Green 96, 98, 333, 453. Green Eyes 98. Green Flame 98. Greyhound 454.
Grief 24, 62.

Grieve 24.

Groan 12. Ground 47, 293, 327, 381,


425.

Grain

57,

93,

131,

148,

206, 217, 358, 402, 417.

Group 430.

Grains 138.

Grow
Guard

234; grow old 354.


54, 226.

Grain-god 206.
Grain-goddess 238.

Granary 399, 401. Grant 38, 168, 438.

Guardian 53, 54. Guide 337, 375, 376.


Gullet 91.

488

INDEX.
Hapt-re 254.
Hapu-en-neb-sett 254.

Haaker 246, Haas 251.


Hab-em-atu 247.
Habitation
411.
63,

Haqahakaher 247.
144,

410,

Hareti 254.

Harim
in pieces 362.

29.
3,

Hack

Harm

4,

17, 220.

Ha-her 253. Ha-hetep 247.

Harpoon
254.

171.

Harpukakashareshabaiu
Harvest 238.
Hasert 247.

Hahuti-am ... 247. Hai, god 246.


Hail
9,

123, 245, 246.


66, 95, 206,

Hair

19, 46,

257, 266, 326, 335, 353, 385, 399, 400, 420, 422,

Hasten 6, 277, 290. Hate 188, 189.

444, 447, 456.


Hair,

Haunch 18, 109, Have 314, 423.

313.

grey or white 378.


51.

Hair-gods 326.

Haker 247; festival Hakheru 247.


Half 424.

Hawk 131. He 155,206,221,333,335. He himself 333.


Head
166, 309, 430, 458.

Heads (Tchatchat) 458.


Headcloth 284.

Hall 86, 93, 109, 111, 115,


134.

Hand

72, 449.

Headdress 80. Headrest 111.

Handicraft 262.

Headsman

330.

Hangings 386.

Hap

(Nile) 256.

Health 83, 352. Healthy 120, 234, 352.

Hap, son

of

Horus 253.
132,

Hear
Heart

384.
22, 256, 285;

Happen
431.

315.
96,

abode

Happiness

207,

of 63; desire of

23,438.
81.

Heart amulet 23.


207, 337.

Happy

Heart,

to

eat the 22,

INDEX.
Heart-soul 23, 124.
Heqtit, goddess 282.

489

Heat

3.

Her
64,

216, 321.

Heaven

152, 153, 197,

E[er (Horus) 273.


IJer-ab-arit-f 269.

246, 270, 370.


Hebt-re-f 260.

Her-ab-kara-f 269.
Her-ab-uaa-f 269.

Heel 461. Hehi 277.


Height 411, 412. Heir 18, 19, 75.
Heirship 18.

Herakleopolis 336

Herald 348. Herb,herbsl2, 62,98, 349. Herd-god 210, 211.


Her-f-em-qeb 272.
5er-f-ha-f 272.

Hekennut 281.
Heliopolis 46.

Helpless

111,

129,

137,

Heri-sep-f 271.

210, 303, 339,381,422,

Heritage 75.
Heri-uru 270.

424.

Hemaka 261. Hemen 262.


HenJi, city 249.

Her-k-en-Maat 272.

Hermopolis 105, 304.


Her-nefer 272.

Henbi, god 264.

Heron 401.
Her-ua 272.
Heru-khuti 274.
Heru-tataf 276.

Henket 267.
Henku-en-arp 266.
Henku-en-fat-Maat 266.
IJensektiu 266.

Heru-ur (Haroeris) 274.


Hesepti 279.

Henti (Osiris) 268.


IJenti-requ 268.

Hesert 280.
Hes-her 278.

Hent-khent-ta-meru 268.

Henu Boat

265.

Hest 278, 280.


Hes-tchefetch 278.

Hept-re 260.
ITept-shet 260.

Hetch-abehu 289.
Hetch-re 289.

Hept-ur 260.

^eq-ant 282.

Hetem-her 288.

490

INDEX.

Hetem-ur 288. IJetep, god 286. Hetep, town 287.


IJetep-ka 287.

Homestead 326. Honour 332. Hoof 461.

Hook

84.

Hetep-sekhus 287.
Hetep-taui 287.

Horizon 297.

Hew
Hide Hide

227.
40,

Horn 79, 196, 265, 268, Horns, Eye of 321.


361, 377,

442.

253,

Horus, Followers of 276.

404, 409, 436, 449.


(skin) 38.

Horus, Forms of 273275. Horus,

Sons of 42,

186,

Hieroglyphics 224.

424, 441.
Hostile 267.

High 411.
Hill 412, 414.

Hostility 316, 370.

Hill-men 49.

Hot

143,

243,

359,

394,

Him

155, 206, 333.

397, 425, 437.

Himself 335, 462.

Hour
House

106, 195.

Hi-mu

257.

Hour-goddess 106.
7,

Hindrance 49. Hinge 385. His 140, 155, 425, 429.


Hit 257.

42,

46,

65,

72,

86, 87, 98, 109, 144, 282,

283, 305, 351, 463.

Hold 314, 423.


Holdfast 227.

Hole 433, 451. Hollow 133.

Hover 304. However 50. Hu, god 257. Hu-kheru 248.


Hull 24.

Holy 77, 396, 448, 463. Holy apparel 78. Holy Land 428. Holy place 64.

Human

beings
185.

and

race

103, 142,

Homage
447.

199, 226,351,411,

Humble 209. Humours 136, 215. Hundred 392. Hundred thousand 261.

INDEX.

491

Hunger 282, 362, 372.


Hunters 370. Hurl 382.
Hurricane 355.

In front of 76, 302.

Inasmuch 167.
Incantation 280.

Incense 138, 166,357,413,


416.

Hurry 6. Husband 456. Hut 7, 65.


Hu-tepa 258.

Incense water 172, 173.


Incline 50, 243.

Incomprehensible 377.
Incorruptible 58, 68, 378.
278.

Hymn
Hymns

278.
of

Ra

Increase 45, 136, 252.


Indestructible 44.

I 9, 46, 98, 193, 196,

409,

Inert 111, 339.

429.
Ibis 248.

Inform 359.
Inhale 242.
Inherit 18, 75.

Idle 114.
If 50.

Inheritance 18, 75.


Iniquity 17.

Ignorant 303.
Ill

178.

Injure

3,

4, 9,
8,

71, 220.
14,
17,

Ill-luck 341.

Injury

4,

65,

Ill-treated 76.

193, 219, 220, 209, 308,

Illumine 151, 363.

352, 447.
235,

Image

38,

52,

167,

Inkjar 142, 150.


Inlay, inlaid 176,
196.

353, 376, 380, 413, 430.

Immediately 72, 268. Immutable 68.


Impassable 68, 373.

Inquire 328.
Inside 30, 159, 413.

Insolence 396.

Implement 113. Impost 288. Impotence 68.


Imprison 308, 404. Inl6, 30, 32, 158, 191,268.

Inspect 328.
Instruct 338.

Instrument49,56,139, 184,
464.
Intelligent 403.

492
Intend 304.
Intent 240.

INDEX.
308, 312, 326, 373, 380,

392, 393.

Interval 106.
Intestines 58, 136, 170.

Joy

55, 207, 242, 253.

Joyful 22.

Into 16, 30, 158, 228.

Judge

26, 27,

29,122,328;
122, 329.

Introduce 331, 332.

judge hastily 22.

Inundate 132, 181.


Inundation 132.

Judgement
Justice 92.
Justify 347.

26,

Just 92, 163.

Invade 385. Inventory 240.


Invert 143, 372.
Investigate 351.
Invisible 43, 44,
68, 192.

Kapriest 263. Kaa, god 407.


Ka-arik 408.

Invocation 339.

Invoke 91, 193, 214, 339,


354.
Irqai

Kaharsapusar,

etc.

408.

Ka-hetep 406.
123.

(Amen-Ra)

Karnak

29.

Irresistible 68, 318.

Kasaika 408.
?:eb 337, 421.

Iron, meteoric 130, 131.


It 155, 216, Its

335, 337, 381.

155, 321, 337, 381.

Keen 344. Keep guard,


324.

or watch 53,

Jackal

17, 325.

Jasper 306.

Kehkehet 410. Kem-heru 422.

Jaw Jaw

86, 215.
85, 86.

Kemkem

410.

Jaw-bone

teeth 214.

Join 306, 345, 444.


Joint of meat
6,

Kem-ur 409, 422. Kenemet 4 10. Kenemti 410.


109.

18,

Journey 22, 118, 120, 166,


193, 197, 234, 300, 306,

Kenkenur, god 442. Kep-her 409. Kesemu-enent 411.

INDEX.
Kesta 424.
Knit 388.

493

Khatiu 293.
Khau-tchet-f 291.

Knot 454.

Know

240, 304, 323.


240, 373.

Khemenu

304.

Khemi, god 303. Klienememti 308. Khnemet - em - ankh - annuit


307.

Knowledge Kohl 188.


Labour

52, 129, 265, 408.

Labourers 178, 356, 370.

Khnemet-urt 307. Khennu, city 305.

Lack
236.

395, 420.
sides of

Ladder 166, 171;

Khensu

16; forms of 309.

Khenti-Amenti 309. Kher-aha 14, 316.

Lady
Lake

198, 267.

Lair 128.
123, 178, 267,

Kherefu 316. Kher-heb priest 316.


Kher-serau 316.
Khesef-at 318.

334,

390, 405, 420, 425.

Lake, Great 390.

Lake, Land of 427.

Khesef-her-ash-kheru 318.

Khesef-her-khemiu 318.

Khnemu
Kill 345..

307.

Khu,theFourandSeven295.
Kindle 437.

Kindness 329

King

71,

131, 335.

Kingship 335.
Kinsfolk 18, 107.

Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake Lake
391.

of

of

Akeb Aqer

390. 390.

of Fire 390, 391. of

of
of

of of of

Flames 390. Geese 391. Hetep 391. Horus 391.


Light 391.

Maati 390.

of Millions of

Years

Knead

168.

Knife 65, 91, 195, 215, 217,


279, 280, 345, 394,411,

444, 458.

Lake Lake Lake

of

Natron 391.

of

Nu

390.

of Osiris 390.

494

INDEX.
of Propitiation

Lake Lake Lake Lake

391.

Legality 132.

of Tchesert 391.

of the
of

Wicked
66,

391.

Length 1, 329. Leopard skin 23.


Let be 38.
Letopolis 319, 366.

Turquoise 390.
408.

Laraentation 12,

Lamp
Land,

299, 437.
to

Libation 15, 77, 388.

175.

Libation
352.

vessel

96,

280,

Land

143, 425, 444; culti5.

vated

Libationer 77.

Lands, the two 425.

Libya 453.
Lie 423, 424.
Lies 19.

Languor

157.

Lapis-lazuli 317, 318.

Large 73. Laugh, laughter 341. Laver 390. Law, laws 165, 248. Law, Land of 426. Law-court 64. Lawgiver 360.
Lawfulness 132.

Lie down 389.


Life 83, 88.
Life,

hand
120,

of 426.

Lift

155,

379,

387,

388, 453.

Light

1, 11,

42, 65, 85, 95,

142, 212, 252, 289, 296,

356, 363, 375, 395, 403,

Lay 113. Lazy 114.


Lead
337, 375.

435.

Light up 102.
Light-god 151.

Leather 348, 406. Leaves 416.

Light

(of

weight) 105.

Lightness 103.

Leaves
244.

of a door 72, 234,

Light upon 103.

Like 158, 167, 168, 351,


or
side)

Left

(hand
166,

22,

420, 430.

23, 24.

Likeness 167.
188, 244,
340,

Leg

Likewise 167, 341, 420.


Lily 376.

344, 373.

INDEX.

490

Limbs

19, 30, 75, 93, 165,

Lot 314, 445.

255, 256, 414, 421.

Limit 461.

Linen 63,

97,

148,

152,
j

210, 402, 403, 417.

Linen weaver 402.


Lintel 86.

Lion 163, 168. Lion-god 232.


Lip 343.
List 240, 329.

Loud 315, 412. Love 22, 179, 227. Loved one 23. Lowland 313. Lowly 209. Luck 341, 392. Lynx 166.

Maa-anu-f 161.
Maa-atef-kheri-beq- 162.

Listen 350.
Listeners 384, 385.
Little 228, 402, 411.

Maa-em-kerh-annef- em-hru
162.

Maa-ha-f 162.

Live 82.
Living people 83. Lizard
9.

Maa-heh-en-renput 162.

Maa-kheru 163. Maati towns 165.


Maati-f-em-khet 162.
Maati-f-em-tes 162.

Lo ,43, 63. Load 8.


Loaf,
377.

loaves

1,

92,

289,

Maatuf-her-a 163.

Maau-taui 168.

Loathing 396.

Macerate 144.

Lock Lock

266, 306.
of hair 400.

Magic power 121.


Magical formulae 280.

Loin 345.

Long
Look

1.

Magnify 330. Maiden 207, 253.


Majestic 396.

Longsuffering 344.
154, 160.

Majesty 263.

Loose 353.

Mak
Make Make

stone 166.
50.

Lord 198, 288.


Loss 299.

a gift

1.

496

INDEX.
244.

Make happen
Male 456.

Meadow

370.

Man

321.

Manifest 147.
Manifestations 147.

Manifold 90.

Mankind 107,
271, 434.

161,

211,

Mean, the 189. Measure 375, 443, 457. Measure (land) 383. Measuring cords 56. Medicaments 337, 359. Medicine 238.
Meditations 421.

241, 243, 244, 245, 264,

Mediterranean Sea 98.

Manner
MaDsion
Mantis

167.
86, 144.
3,

Meet
23, 133.

15, 318, 362.

Meeting 362.

2,

Mehen
182.

33.

Manu Many

166, 426.
90.

Mehenet, Mehenit, Mehent


against

March 329; march


436, 437.

Mehti-sah-neter 184.

Meht-urt 181.

Mariners 419.

Member

19,

30,

56,

75,

Marqatha 169. Marsh 76, 149, 415. Marsh flowers 5.

93, 255, 256.

Memorial services 364.

Mason

47, 67.

Memphis 154, 284, 427. Memphis, high priest of


110.

Mast 319. Master 108, 198;


master 316.

to act as

Men and women


249, 264.

244, 245,

Mastery 95, 340. Masturbate 196. Matchat, Matchet 167, 171. Mates 171. Matet Boat 171.
Matter 134, 140.

Mendes

82, 439.

Menhu

176.

Me

9,

98, 193.

Men-kau-Ra 233. Menkh, god 176. Men-Maat-Ra 233. Menqet 177. Mentchat 177.

INDEX,

497

Menthu, god 177.

Misheps 172.
Mistress 198, 267.

Menu
Mera

4,

42, 174.

426.

Mixed

396.

Merchant 395.
Mert, goddess 179.

Mnevis Bull 180.


Moisture 14.

Meskhen 187. Mesqen 188.


Mesqet 188. Message 27, 29. Messenger 29. Mestha 188.
Metal, god of
(?)

Moment Monkey

8,

33, 106.

75.

Monster 90.

Month 26;

last

day

of 86.

Moon
127.

16, 86.

Moon-god

16, 56, 309.

Moor

a boat 175.

Metal plates 136, 218.


Metes-her-ari-mer 190.

Mooring posts 175.

More than

229.

Metes-sen 191.
Metu-ta-f 190.

Micturate 116, 157.

Moreover 423. Morning 436. Morning star 224.


Mortals 434.

Middle 92, 103, 268. Middle hall 24.

Mother 173.
Motionless 111.

Might 150, 397, 446. Mighty 73, 107, 114, 194,


367.

Mould

168, 196, 364.

Milk

11, 55, 364.

Milk vessel 169.


Million 276.

Moulder 205. Mountain 439. Mourner 12. Mourning 12.

Mineral 262.

Mineral colour 312.


Ministrant
1,

Mouse Mouth

143.

231, 432.
151, 234,

47, 176.

Move
265.

253, 2G0,

Misery 62, 116, 137, 163,


352, 420, 421.

Mow
Much

280.
90.
32

Misfortune 71, 386.


IV.

498
Multitude 90, 91.

INDEX.

Mummify

96, 334.

Navel 292, 300. Near 228, 229, 424.

Mummy Mummy

bandages 96.

Neba

205.

bed 117.

Neb-abui 199.
Neb-er-tcher
Neb-er-tchert
1 J

Murdei-ous 135.
Music, instrument of 176.

^^.

Mut 173. Muta Jambi


Mutable 119.

Neb-heru 201.
80.

Neb-maat-heri-retui-f 204.

Neb-nebu 201.
Neb-pebti-petpet-sebau 204.

My

9,

140,

193.

Mykerinos 233.

Neb -pehti
85;

tbes

menment

Myn'h

84;

of

women

204.

water of 172.

Nebeb bird
Nebti 205.

205.

Myself 462.
Mysterious 377, 404.

Mystery 377, 404.


Mystery, Land of 427.

Neck 213. Neck ornament 115. Needy 212, 395.


Nefer-Tem 208.
Nef-ur 206.

Naarrut 192.

Naau

193.

Negation 68, 158, 433.


84.

Nail, of

body

Negative 43, 221.

Nak

fiend 193.

Naked

252. 237.
58.

Negro 214. Negro speech 464.

Name

Neh

213.

Namely

Narrate 112.

Nart 194. Nartiankhemsenf 194.

Neha-bau 213. Neha-her 213. Nehatu 212.

Nehebka

214.

Nasaqbubu
Natron 280.

193.

Neheb-nefert 214.

Nathkerthi 193.

Nehesu 213.
Nehesui 213.

INDEX.
Neith 220.
Nekii fiend 219.
Neter,

499

Lake

225.

Netet, Nelit 226.

Nekhebet 215, 398.

Netqa-her-khesef-atu 225.
Netru, city 225.

Nekhen 215. Nekhenu 215.

Never

44, 341.

Nem

208.

Nenet, bread of 428.

New New

98, 160.

Year's

Day
57,

431.

Nentcha 210. Nenunser 210.


Nepert, city 206.

Nice 135.
Night 20,
113,
116,

291, 410, 411, 423.

Nephthys 205.
Nerau-ta 211.

Night watchers 241,


Nile 256. Nile Celestial
7.

Neri 211.
Nesersert 218.
Nesert, goddess 218.

Nine, ninth 151.

No No

43, 68, 158, 192, 221,

Neshem

stone 218.

433.

Neshmet Boat 218.


Nest 373.
Net, to snare 254.

time 341.
108.

Nobleman

Nome
None

279, 343.
68.

Net

14, 25, 117,

254,370,

434.

Non-existent 49.

Net frame 442. Net posts 72,


Netbit 226.

Noonday

88.

North 183; north-west 183.


North, land of 426.
North, Lords of 183.

Netcheb-ab-f 226.

Netcheh-netcheh 227.
Netclxem, god 227. Netchesti 228.

North wind 182, 183, 417. Nose 157, 309, 402.


Nostrils 242, 293, 402.

Netchet 228.
Netchfet 226.

Not

8,

31,

43,

68,

133,

158, 192, 221, 433.

Netchses 228.

Nourish 329.
32*

500

INDEX.
50;

Now

now

as for 50.

Offal 258.

Nu, god 195.

Offence 17, 75.


410,
427.

Nubia

49, 384,

Offend 369.
Offer 176, 266, 447. Offer sacrifice 77.

Nubti 196.

Nur

bird 196.

Nurse 237, 238, 307.


Nut, goddess 186.
Nut-urt 198.

Offerings

1,

5,

15, 45, 77,

120, 133, 140, 147, 148, 156, 182, 230, 264, 286,

Nutiu 198.
9,

436, 443, 460.


Officer 177.

57,

123,

245,

246,

Official 417, 456.

248.

Offspring 147, 185.


180,

Oar

114,

253,

260,

Oil 182, 183, 191.

261, 443.

Oar-rest 75, 118.


Oasis, Nortbern.

Ointment 191, 424. Old age 10, 446.

and South-

ern 117.

Old man 10, 215. Olden time 431.


Olive tree 129, 137.

Obelisk house 283.

Obey

384.
5.

Omission 342.

Objects

Oblation 15.

On On

46,

158, 268.

behalf of 229.

Oblivion 267.

Observe 154, 160, 195.


Obstacle 386.

One 100, 321. One (God) 99, One only 100.


Oneness 139.

222.

Obstruct 389.
Obstruction 49.

Open
Open Open

27, 78, 79, 103, 155,

Occasion 341.

231, 333, 355, 373, 385.


the face 104. the

Ocean 270.
Ocean, Celestial
7,

421.

mouth

27, 78.
79.

Odour 383. Of 158, 191, 194, 220.

Opener of the Earth Openers 29.

INDEX.
Opportunity 341.
Osiris-Orion 61.
'

501

Oppose 318, 389.


Opposition 76, 305.

Osiris-Ptah 59.

Opposite 15, 76, 168, 302.

Osiris-Seker 62.
Osiris-Taiti 62.

Oppress

1,

76, 163, 346.

Osiris Tekaiti 62,

Oppression 14, 65, 70. Oppressor 14, 65.

Osiris-Un-Nefer 59.

Or

232.

Other 100; other things 411. Other World 426, 441;

Orbit 399, 420.

Ordain 118, 221.'


Order, to 358, 453.

Mountain of 440. Out from 158. Outcry 249.


Outside 159, 229.

Order 165, 217, 221, 263,


361, 464.

Ordinances

221,

248;

of

Overcome 95. Overthrow 113,


359, 369.

298, 303,

heaven 369. Ore 130. Orion 327.

Overseer 177, 235.

Overturn 143, 416.

Ornament 293, 364.


Osiris 59, 326, 336.

Owner

198.

Ox

17, 56.

Osiris-beings 62.

Osiris-Anubis 59.
Osiris-Begetter 59.
Osiris-Gold-of-eternity
60.

Pacification 362.

Pacify 362.

Paddle 180, 253, 261, 306,


443.

Osiris-Harmachis 60.
Osiris-Horus 60.

Pain 114, 174, 178, 349.


Painless 68.

Osiris-Keb 61.

Osiris-Khenti-Amenti 60.
Osiris, for titles of
*

Paint the eyes 188.

beginning
p. 310.

Palace 87, 93, 111.


Palette 82, 188, 425.

with Khenti see

Osiris-Lord-of-Life 60.
Osiris-neb-er-tcher 60.

Palm, a tree 38, 166. Palm, a measure 375, 403.

502
Panopolis 28.

INDEX.
Penetrate
Penti,
5,

24.

Panther skin 23.

Pen-heseb 20.

Papyrus 396, 457. Papyrus swamps 71. Par 141. Parehaqakheperu 141.
Parents 173.

god 144.

People 107, 132, 142, 161,


169, 241, 243, 244, 245,

264, 271, 434.

Peq
329,

152.
8.

Pashakasa 142.
Pass,

Per-Asar
333,

pass

by

Perceive 160, 323.

337, 373, 437.

Perch

8,

10,

12, 304.

Pass away 134, 352, 356,


438.

Perfect- 66, >76, jJ30, 349.

Perfume 294, 384.


Perish 378.

Pass forward 58.

Passage 100, 101, 306, 337. Pasturage 349.

Permanent

96, 174, 450.

Period 88, 196, 246.


Perpetuate 359.

Path 95, 97, 171.

Paw

72.

Persea tree 65.


Persecute
196.
1.

Pay 347. Pay homage


Pe, city 139.

Person 321, 463.


Pert, season of 26, 144.

Peace 285. Peacemakers 362. Peace offerings 45, 362.


Peasants 178.
Pectoral 115. Pedestal 12, 174.

Peskheti 150.
Peti 153.
Petition 443.

Petra 154.
Petra-sen 154.
Pettet 155.

Pegs 21, 117, 455.

Phallus 171,246, 265,456.

Peka

152.

Pekes 152.
Pekhat, goddess 150.

Pharaoh 144. Phase of being 301. Phoenix 134.


Physician 33, 110.

Pen

194.

INDEX.
Picture 167, 194.

503

Pluck 306.

Pierce 135.

Plumage

46, 395.

Pig 238, 392. Pigment 37.


Pilfer 298. Pillar 49, 113, 264, 369.

Plunder 76, 214, 288, 456.

Plough 299, 378.


Ploughing,
299.

Ceremony

of

Pillow 111.

Poem

282.

Pinion 182.
Pit 254.

Point 430.
Pointer of Balance 436.

Pitch 345.
Place, to 96.

Poison 189, 397.


Pole 93, 205, 285.
Pole, steering 261.

Place 63, 80, 81, 168, 170,


171, 244, 245, 438.

Poles of bier 346.


Pollute 438.

Place, Great 64.

Place

(in

place of) 58.

Pool 76, 78, 172, 178, 267,


334, 390, 405, 425.

Plan 343, 369, 419.

Plank 254, 319, 455.


Plants 10, 37, 62, 65, 84,
98, 130, 185,

Poor 209.
Porter 53, 54.
Portion 314.
Portrait figure 430.

235, 237,

264, 331, 372, 392, 395,

449.

Position 12, 88.

Plaque 183.
Plate, to 364.

Possess 314, 423, 455.


Possessions 42,
423.
174,

314,

Plated 330.

Play draughts 259. Play music 398.


Pleasant
249.
134,

Possessor 198.
Potter-god 307.
227,
Potter's table 214.

135,

Powder 400.
PoAver
397.
72, 83,

Please 247, 249, 250, 341.

114,

120,

Pleasure

2,

250, 357.

150, 212, 357, 367, 396,

Plentiful 291.

504
Power, the vital 367. Powerful 107, 216.
Powerless 139.
Praise, to 10, 11.

INDEX.

Progeny 189, 382. Prompting 23. Pronouncement 190. Props 388, 453.
Property
132,
313,

Praise, praisings 9, 14, 15,


16,

314,

195, 249,

264, 277,

320, 329.
Propitiate 362.

280, 339, 354, 365, 384, 388, 440.

Propitiatory

offerings

78.

Pray 213, 353, 442.


Prayer 36, 436, 443. Precept 432.
Predestine 392.

Protect 51, 170, 215, 226,


295, 323, 384, 388.

Protector 308.

Proud

73.

Preferment

12.

Provide 80, 263, 288, 343.


Provisions 88, 93, 325.

Pregnant 17, 19, 136. Prepare 51, 343.


Prescription 432.

Pry

into 350, 459.

Ptah 154.
Ptah,

Preserves
Present
1,

(of birds) 419.

Claw

of 84.

77,

266.

Ptah-Seker 154.

President 270.
Pretty 207.
Prevail over 367.
Priest
1,

Ptah-Seker-Tem 155. Ptah-Tanen 155.

Pudenda muliehris
47,
77,

292.

33,

36,

Pull 70, 329. Pull out hair 104.

263, 322, 345, 263.

Prince 71, 108,


358, 400.

>'56,

316,

Punt, land of 142.

Pupil of the eye 460.

Principal 269.

Pure

77, 429.

Prison 308, 321.


Prithee 38, 407.

Purification 77.

Purify 14, 77, 330, 429. Purity 132.

Private apartment 312.

Produce 184, 350.


Products 314.

Purse 86. Pus 134.

INDEX.

505

Put 244.
Putrefy 38, 412.

Ra-Osiris 233.

Ra-Tem

233.
,

Pygmy

209.

Radiance 1 ,1 1 42, 65, 85, 95,


151, 296, 363, 375, 382.

Pylon 134, 338, 340.


Qabt-ent-Shu 413.
Qa-ha-hetep 412.

Rain-storm

14, 67.

Raise 120, 156, 387. Raise a song 388.


Raise up 436, 453.

Qa-her 412. Qahu, god 30, 413. Qai 413. Qart 413.
Qebh-senuf 415.

Ram

396.

Ram-god 128, 397. Rameses IV 282. Rank 12.


Rapid 6. Rat 143. Ravish 456.
Ravisher 455.

Qefenu 415. Qemtu, god 422. Qemhusu, god 422.

Qen

416.

Qenqentet,
Qerti 418.

Lake

417.

Rays

11, 38, 102, 151, 382.

Qernet 417.
Qetetbu 419.

Re-aa-urt 231.

Quadrupeds

75.

Reach 149. Read 366, 405. Ready 343, 387.


Real 164.

Quake 386. Quay 302. Queen 262, Quench 89,


Quiet 360.

Reap
267, 336.
90.

6.

Rebel 338.
Receive 403.
Recite 51, 366, 405, 464.

Ra, god 233. Ra,

Reckon 26, Reckoning


Recompense

122, 279, 328.


26,

329,

459.

Hymns

to 278.

Recognize 323.
58, 228.

Ra-Harmakhis 233. Ra-Horus 233.

Records 118, 422.

506

INDEX.

Red 448. Red Crown 448. Red Land 448.


Redness 448.

Remain 174. Remainder 342.

Reed 5. Reed pen

Remake 346. Remember 363. Remove 105, 237.


Remote
94.

194.

Re-establish 349.

Remrem

237.
of 235.

Refresh 360, 380, 415.

Region 47, 69,


165.

71, 94, 101,

Remu, town Rend 306. Renen 238.

Regularity 403.

Renew

112, 160, 346.

Regularly 164.
Regulations 248.

Repair 349.

Repeat 112, 416.


Repetition 238.

Re-hent 240.

Re-henent 240.
Rehti 240.

Report 348, 112.


Reptile 156, 464.

Rehu

239.

Repulse 318, 370, 399, 400.

Rehui (Horus and Set) 240. Reign 246, 335. Re-Iukasa 232.
Rejoice 46, 212, 227, 242,
246, 248, 255, 282.

Rerek 239.
Rerti 239.

Rertu-nefu 239.

Res-ab 242.

Resenet 242.
Res-her 242.

Rejoicings 10, 11, 16, 55,


56.

Rest

30,

HI,

239,

261,

Rejuvenate 237.
Rekhti 241.
Rekhti, Lands of 427.

285.

Re-stau 232, 383. Restrain


Restraint
1,

324.

Rekhti-merti 241.
Relatives 107.

163,

325,

352,

358, 438, 464.

Release 344.
Relieve 329.

Retasashaka 243.
Retreat 251, 261, 319, 339.

INDEX.

507

Return 82, 113;


for 58.

in return

Rot 58, 305.


Rotten 258, 368, 412.

Revile 365.

Round about

160.

Revolt 219, 305.

Rouse 213, 241.

Revolve 238, 343, 398,442.

Row

306.
114, 253, 261.

Reward

228.

Rudder

Riclies 156.

Ruddy

448.

Riddle 454.

Rule 281, 454.

Rigging 196. Right 92, 105,


165, 189.

Run
163,

104,

149,

263,

292,

164,

317, 370, 449.

Ring

84, 134.

Runner Rushes

249, 253.
5.

Rise 104, 147.


Rise (of river) 136. Rise (of sun) 102, 294.
Rite 221.
Ritual 317.

Rut-en-Ast 235.
Rutu-neb-rekhit 235.

Rutu-nu-Tem 235.
Sa 328. Sa, god 323. Saa, god and city 328. Sa-Amenti-Ra 323.
Saau-ur 323.

River 69, 123, 197.

River bank 90, 302.

Road

95, 97, 171.

Roar, roaring 249.

Roast meat

6.

Sabes 325.
455, 456.

Rob
Robe

76, 456.

Robber

71,

76,

Sacred 396, 448. Sacrifice 77, 241,286,347.


Sacrificer 106.

67, 327.

Rod
Roof

319.
17, 180.

Safe 455.

Sah-en-mut-f 327.
Sail, to

Room
Rope
Rope

109.
62, 63, 93, 95. 113,

456.

Sail Sail

downstream 321.
upstream 312.

197, 256, 266.


in 63.

Sail 380, 428.

508

INDEX.

Sailor 206, 306, 312, 380,

419.
Sais,

Upper

and

Lower

Scorn 327. Scorpion 288. Scorpion-god 288.


Scribe 374.

325.
Saltpetre water 172.

Sea 123.
Seal 321, 459.

Salute 194, 447.

Salve 191, 281.


Sa-mer-f 322.
Sanctify 387.

Search 113, 277, 351, 459. Season 8, 88, 106, 195,


341, 436.

Sanctuary 64, 366, 408.

Seat 63, 64, 262.


Seat of Utchat 64.

Sand 393.
Sandals 289, 430, 451.

Seba goddess 339.

Sap 329.

Sapanemma

322.

Sarcophagus 284, 418. Sasa 330.


Sata 322.
Sati,

city 330.

Sebaku 340. Sebek 136, 340. Sebek 340. Sebek-en-Shesmu 340. Sebeq-en-Tem 340. Second 159, 351.
Secrecy 40.
Secret 40, 377, 404.

Satiety 337.
Satisfy 22, 285.

Say 416, 464.


Saying 454.
Scald 102.
Scales 20, 137, 169.
Scales (armour) 136.

Secretary 271.

See 79, 153, 154, 160, 195,


422, 449.

Seeds 93,

138,

189,

382,

389, 449.

Scarab 301.
Scatter 104, 340, 376.

Seek 113, 292.


Sefekh-nebs 344.
Sehetch-ur 363.
281,

Scent 307, 387.


Sceptre
319.
2, 29, 96, 97,

Sehetemet
363.

au - a - em - abet

Scorch

3.

Sehtet 363.

INDEX.
Seize
4,

509
of death

302,

303,

455,

Sentence, to 342
27.

456.

Seker,

god,

city,

festival

Senu, city 352.


Sep, Sepa, god 342.

378, 379.

Seker, land of 427.

Separate
445.

150,

234,

435,

Sekhai 364.

Sekhat-Heru 364. Sekhem-em-ab-f 367. Sekhem-nefer 368. Sekhem-ur 367.


Sekhepti 365.

Separation 71.

Sepes 343.
Sepulchre 11, 58, 180.
Sepulture 417.
Sept-kheri-nehait 344.

Sek-her 378.
*

Sept-mast-ent-Reruti 344.

Sekher-at 369.

Septu 343.
Seqebit 380.
Seqet-her 381.
Serat-beqet 358.

Sekheriu 369, 409.

Sekher-remu 370. Sekhet 368. Sekhet-Aaru 105.


Sekhet-her-ash-aru 372.

Serekhi 359.
Seres-her 360.

Sekhmet 368.
Sekhmet-Bast-Ra 368. Sekhmet-ren-s - em - hemut-s
368.

Serf 37, 314, 351.

Ser-kheru 358.
Serpent 15, 156, 261, 462.
Serpent-fiends 90.

Seksek 379. Sektet Boat 379.


Self 462.

Serpent-god 364.
Serqet, goddess 360.

Sert 360.
Sertiu 360.

Self-created 300.

Semti, king 350.

Servant 37, 263, 307, 351.

Senehpaqarha 354. Senehaparkana 354. Senemti 353. Send 246, 248.

Serve 129, 354.

Seshemet 376. Seshet, town 374. Sesheta, goddess 377.

510

INDEX.
Shau, city of 392.

Set 96, 244, 438; set aside

290; set

fire to

102; set

up 332;

set (of the sun)

Shave 104. She 216, 225, 321, 381.


Shebb-en-I^esti 396.

102, 285.

Set out 120, 456.


Set,

Shed 460.
Shenat-pet- utheset
399.
-

god 381.
I.

neter

Setem-ansi 385.
Seti

233.

Shenat-sheps-neteru 399.

Set-qesu 386.
Sett,

Shenmu

400.

goddess 382.

Shennu 401.
Shentit, goddess 401.

Seven 344, 366. Seven Spirits 45.


Sever 353.
Sexual intercourse 388.

Shepherd

(Osiris) 323.

Shesep-temesu 403.
Shes-khentet 404.

Shabu 392.
Shabti 392.

Shesmu 340,

404.

Shet-kheru 406.
Sheta-her 405.

Shackles 220.

Shade 290, 414.


Shades, Eater of 82.

Shetau-a 405.

Shewbread 401.
Shine
3,

Shadow 290, Shaka 393.

414.

102,

113,

136,

151, 212, 252,288,296,

Shakanasa 393. Shake 64, 436. Shambles 348.

363, 403.

Shipwreck Shod 430.

17.

Shame

396.

Shape 196. Shapuneterarka 393. Share 314, 445.


Sharshar 393.

Shoot 119, 120, 382. Shore 444.


Shoulder 236, 237, 414.

Shout 246, 249. Shrine 38, 63,


303, 366, 408.

64,

104,

Sharsharkhet 393.
Sharshatakata 393.

Shrivel

3.

INDEX.

511

Shu

40, 239, 395.

Skilled 374, 403.

Shuabti 392.

Skin

19,

38, 46, 137, 188,

Shut 308. Shut up 306. Shut in 321, 464.


Sick 174, 178.
Sickness 174, 178, 447.

401.

Skull 114.

Sky

152,

153,

197,

270,

395.

Sky, two halves of 70.

Side 322, 414, 424.


Sight 160, 449.
Sightless 68.

Sky-god 195. Sky-goddess 197.


Slab 443.

Silence 381.
Silent 423.

Slander 231.
Slaughter 25, 65, 217, 241,
262, 298, 328, 345, 346,

Silver 288.

Similar 430.
Similitude 167, 376,

347, 352,394, 446, 457;

420.
137,

place of 209.

Sin 15,

17,

62,

75,

Slaughterer 290.
Slaughter-blocks 394.

138, 247, 291, 439.

Since 461.

Slaughter-houses

14,

299.

Sing 398.
Singers 249.

Slave 263.

Slay 113,

175,

187,

317,

Sinner 62, 137, 439.


Sinners, Eater of 81.
Sirius 343.
Sister 351.

330, 345, 347, 372.

Sledge 170, 434.


Sleep 89, 387.
Slit

352, 423.

Sistrum-bearer 56.
Sit 30, 261, 262, 358.
Siut,

Slumber 420. Smam, god and lake 347.

city 328.

Six 329.

Sketch 419.
Skilful 66, 373.
Skill 447.

Smam-ur 347. Smamti 348. Smash 305.


Smati 348.

Smear

110. 437.

orj

INDEX.
Souls, Eater of 81.

Smell 307, 308, 351, 355,


383.

Soul amulet 125.

Smell the earth 351.

Soul-god 127, 128.


Soul-house 283.

Smell (had)

12.

Smet-aqa 350.

Sound 120, 315, 337, 455.


Soundness 352.
South 242, 398;
427.

Smetmet(?) 350.
Smetti 350.

land of

Smetu 350.
Smite 257, 380, 448.

South wind 242.


Sovereign 71, 198, 267.
Sovereignty 281, 335.
.

Smoke
Snake

285.
15, 261.

Snake-goddess 15, 16 Snare 113, 117, 370, 401,


462.

Sow

seed 104, 382.


102, 142, 143.
57, 190,

Spacious 115.

Sparks

6,

Snarers 370.

Speak
218,
242,

17,

342,

Snatch
Snuff

at 4, 303.

410, 464.

the

air

Spear 171.

307, 355, 372, 432.

Speech 190, 231, 315,317,


432, 454.

Soar 89.

Sodomy
Soil 93.

219.

Speech, evil 91.


Spirit-body 332.
Spirit-soul 295.

Soldiers 189.

Soles of feet 430.

Spit 150, 151,

Solitude 100.

Splendid 463.

Son 322. Song 249, 280, 388.


Sorry 22.
Soul, he

Splendour
296.
Split
12,

11, 38, 42, 294,

94,

135,

194,

endowed with
Heart 124.
134.

127.

386, 455.

Soul, the douhle 127.


Soul, the

Spread 89, 151. Spread a net 370.


Sprinkle 20, 77.

Soul of

Ra

V-

INDEX.
Stab 443.
Stability 88.

513

Stew 113. Steward 177.


Stibium 188.
Stick
2,

Stable 174, 450.


Stablish 450.
Staff 2, 29, 97, 319.

29, 97, 319.

Sting 150.

Staircase 235, 244, 412.


Stairs of Osiris 319.

Stink 420; to

make

368.

Stinking 213, 258.

Stakes 21, 175.


Stalk 166.

Stone 48, 182. Stone of Maat 48.


Stop 23.

Stand up 88, 104. Standard 10, 12, 30, 169,


464.

Storehouse 451.
Stores 88.

Standard of Ap-uat 13.


Stanza 282.
Stars 5, 57, 291, 299,338.
Stars, circumpolar

Storm

14,

219,

255, 305,

354, 355, 400, 417.

Storm-cloud 206.
Straight 163.

and

pla-

nets 20.

Straighten 370.

Star-gods 166, 378.


State 88.
Station 171, 434.

Straightway 72, 268, 269,


431, 461.

Stream
436.

6,

69,

95,

101,

Statue 235, 353, 376, 430.

131, 197, 220, 259, 267,

Staves 459.

Steak

6.

Strength 83, 114, 120,132,


150, 212, 234, 285, 396,

Steal 220, 288, 298.

Steer 114, 261.

397, 457.
114,

Steering

poles

253,

Strengthen 227, 295, 405.


Stretch 124, 155, 166.
Stretch the legs 441.
Stride 208, 308.

261, 313, 316.

Steersman 54.
Steep 20.
Step, steps 208, 244, 319.

Strider 436.
Strife 305.
33

Stern of a boat 149.


IV.

514

INDEX.
Sunset 436.
Sunset,

Strike 257, 363, 417, 252,

409.
Strive 51.

Mount

of 166.

Superintendent 177, 235.


76,

Strong 66,

133,

195,

Supplicate 112, 334.


Supplication 442, 443.

211, 216, 234, 245, 330, 331, 337, 352, 354,367,

Support

8.

120, 239, 453.

416, 417, 453, 457.

Supports 88, 388, 453.


Supporters 236.

Strong-heart 114.

Strong-mouth 121.
Strong-soul 114.

Support of a god Suppress 248.

8.

Strong-willed 356.

Supreme

107.

Stronghold 461.
Struggle 87.

Surface 30, 172.

Surround 48, 49, 87.


Sut, Suti 335.

Studded 236.
Stuff 140.

Suten-henen 336.
Suten-ta-hetep 336.

Subdue 248, 251, 292,360. Submerge 20, 181, 349.


Submission 292.
Subsist 300.

Swallow 31, 331, 364. Swallow (bird) 177.

Swamp

149, 178.

Subsistence 65.

Substance 140.

Such an one
Suffer 421.

175.

Suckle 238, 356.


Suffering 4.

Swathe 406. Swathing 180, 234, 259. Swear 86. Sweet 134, 227.
Swift
6,

138, 292.

Sukati 335.

Sword 345, 444. Sycamore 211.


Syene 3, 334. Symbolize 384.
Table of offerings 77, 120,
of 129, 440.

Summer
Summit

397. 458.

Sun-god 233, 395.


Sunrise 436.
Sunrise,

Mount

286.

INDEX.
Tablet 82, 385. Tchesert 463.
Tcheser-tep 463.

515

Tackle 93, 196.


Tait 428.

Tear 236, 306.


Teb-ber-kehaat 442.
380.

Take 403. Take prisoner


Talk 190, 315. Talon 84. Tamarisk 62.
Ta-nent 427.

Tebu, city 430. Tefnut 40, 239, 433. Tehent 447.

Tekem
Tern,

437.

Tell 190.

Tank

178, 405.

Temu

69, 434.

Tar, a fiend 428.

Ta-ret 425.

Tarry 122.
Taste 443.
Ta-sti 49.

Ta-tchesert 33, 428.

Tatunen 429. Taut 234.

Tax

288.

Tchafi 127, 457.

Tem-Harmakhis 434. Tem-Khepera 434. Tem-Sep 434. Tem-ur 444. Temem-re 434. Tempest 67, 219. Temple 144, 148, 232, Ten 189. Tena 445. Tend sheep 324.
Teni, Teni 435, 446.

283.

Tchaui, the

Two
-

457.
-

Tcheba
460.

en

^Jeru

semsu

Tenpu 446.
Tent 42.
Terrify 272.

Tcheba-en-Sekri 459.

Tcheba-en-Shesmu 460.
Tcheba-en-tepu-a-Ra 460.
Tchefet, goddess and place

Territory 69, 93, 238, 293.

Terror 272, 328, 386, 396,


397.
Tesert-tep 448.

460.

Tchentcben 461.
Tcherti, the

Tesher, god 448.


462.

Two

Teshtesh 437.
Testicles 314, 334. 33*

Tcheru bird 462.

516
Testify 189.
Tet, the 450,

INDEX. Things said 464.

Think

51, 304, 407.

Tet-Temui 382.
Tlianksgiving 225, 441.

Thirst 21, 24.

Thirty 168.

That 206, 433, 452. That which 42, 225.

This 141, 206, 209, 435,


452.

The

139, 425.

Thebes 96. Thee 406, 451. Thefaut 451.


Theft 288. Their 94, 351, 381.

Those 192. Thoth 9, 447;

festival

of

447; city of 105.

Thoth Hapi 447.

Thou
451.

219, 225, 406, 430,

Thekem, god 454.

Them

94,

225, 335, 337,

351, 381.

Thought 36, 407, 421. Thousand 290. Three 304.


Threshold 327. Thrive 359.

Themselves 462.

Then 235, 242, Thenemi 452.


Then-re 452.

435.

Throat 57, 285, 290, 317,


396.

There

32.

Therefore 235.

Therein 32.

These 28, 29, 30, 195, 209. Thet amulet 455.

Throne 218, 319. Throne-chamber 452. Through 32. Throughout 160.

Throw

290.
,

They
381.

94,

225,

335,

351,

Thunder

thunder

storm

219, 417.

Thigh 101, 149, 174, 292,


301, 313, 340, 451.

Thus

76.

Thy

219, 406, 425, 451.

Thing, things
320.

5,

300, 313,

Thyself 462.

Tiara 182, 209, 377.


Tidings 358.

Things done 52.

INDEX.
Tie
1,

517

49, 50, 86, 106, 179,

Towards 228.
Transfer 325, 330.
Transfoi-m 51.

196, 226, 342, 403, 405,

414, 417, 454.

Time

88,

195,

213,

243,

Transformation 301.
Transport 456.

246, 268, 341, 372, 436.

Timid 293, 357. Tip 430.


Tithe 288.
Title-deeds 42.

Travel 21, 193, 300, 308,


312, 313, 326, 337, 387, 388, 392, 393, 397.

Tree 37, 42,

65, 180, 208,

To

16,

191, 228.

319, 401, 453.

To-day 167. Toes 326.


Toil 129, 265.

Tremble

64, 386.

Tress 206, 257, 326.


Triad, solar 368.
11,
13,

Tomb, tombs
89,

58,

Trial 341.

144, 145,

180,. 254,

Tribe 169.

442.

Triumphant 164, 347.


Trouble
4,

To-morrow 136, 440. Tongue 217. Tongue of a Balance 436.


Tool 49, 56, 86, 139, 205.

112, 305.

True 92, 163. Truth 92, 103,

132,

189.

Truth, goddess of 165.

Tooth 23.

Top 430;
458;
i.

top of anything
of

Tuamutef 441. Tuat, god and place 428,


441.

top

the

head,

e.

skull 30.

Tu-menkh-rerek 440.
Tun-pehti 441.

Tortoise 80, 404.

Torture chamber 14, 298,


299, 348.

Turn away,

or

back

82,

361, 399,400,435; turn

Total 240.
Totality 420, 444, 445.

round 119, 170.


Turquoise 169, 170.
Turtle 80.

Touch 444.

Tow

along 383.

Tutu 439.

518

INDEX.

Twenty 457.
Twice-great 73.

Unes 107. Unguent 23,

83, 84, 93, 97,

Two
Type

351.
79.

104, 155, 210, 257, 281, 345, 354, 387, 413, 432,

Two-horned
Typify 384.

167, 430.

453.

Uniformly 164.

Union 134, 345.

Ua

94.

Unite 345, 444, 445.

Uaau

100.

Uniu

104.

Uaipu, goddess 95.

Unknown
Unless 43.

44, 68, 240.

Uamemti

95.

Uart-neter-semsu 96.
Uatchit 98.

Unloose 105, 113, 157. Un-nefer 106.


Un-nefer-Ra 106.

Ubes-her-per - em - khetkhet
102.

Udder 169. Uhem-her 112.


Ui 102. Unaset 104.

Unobserved 43. Unquenchable 68.


Unremittingly
3.

Unresisting 43.

Unseen

43, 44.

Unbar

355.

Unsplit 44.

Unbolt 355, 373. Unclothe 252.

Unt

107.

Unti 107. Untie 106, 157, 344, 353.

Uncover 105, 409. Undecaying 68. Under 229, 313. Under faA^our of 313. Understand 81, 241. Undertake 403. Undipped 44. Undress 252, 344, 409.
Unen-em-hetep 105.

Untold 44.

Unturnable 44.

Unwashed Upon 32,

44.

158,

159,

228,

268, 430.

Upside down 372.


Ur-arit-s 109.

Ur-hekau 110.

INDEX,
TJr-hetchati 110.

519

Vassal 314.

Ur-kherp-Liem 110.

Vegetables 237.

Ur-ma

109.

Ur-maat 109.
Ur-mertus-tesliert - shennu
110.

Venerable 396. Venerate 37.


Veneration 199.

Venom

189.

Ur-pehui-f 109.

Venus 224.
Verily 123, 407, 408.

Urine 116.
Urit 109.

Vermify
Vessel
445.

99.
8,
,

Uraeus

15, 85.

Vertebrae

9,

12,

454 396

Uraei 55; the living 16, 85.

183

250

Uraeus Crown 432.

Us

192. 115.

Usekh-nemmet
Ust 116. Utau gods 117. Utchat 121. Utent 118. Utmost 2.
Utter 17, 19.

Vessel for offerings 15. Vicar 71.

Usert, goddess 114.

Victims 315, 347. Victor 367. Victory 211.


Victuals 83.

VicAv 160.

Vigorous 98, 234, 333. Vine 11.

Utterance 432.
Utu-nesert 118.

Vineyard
446.
Vital

11.

Violence 71, 76, 119,399,

Utu-rekhit 118.
Valiant 22.

power 367.

Vivify 331.

Valley 49.

Valour 216, 446. Vanquish 76, 221.


Variant reading 464.

Voice 315, 432, 443. Void 120.

Vomit 136. Voyage 380.


Vulture 211.

Vase 447.

520

INDEX.

Wailing 12, 66. Wailing Avomen 12, 66. Wake, wake up 213, 241.

Watery ground

76.

Way Wax

95, 97, 171.

Wayfarer 399.
176, 180. 192.

Walk

104, 116, 122, 184,

208, 218, 238, 329, 352,

We

384, 385, 397, 430, 437,

Weak
424.

129, 130, 139, 210,

449

walk

with

long

228, 339, 367, 381, 422,

strides 337.

Wall

46, 103, 327,341,352.

Wander 208, 265. Want 395, 420.

Weakness 136. Wealth 156, 3i4.

Weapon
off 56.

171,

188,

195,

War 87. Ward 325; ward


Warder
324.

205, 217, 218, 411.

Weariness 157. AVeary 129.

Wash Wash

14, 77, 330.

Weave

350.
24,

the heart 14.

Weep

236,

328,

359,

Washing 15. Waste 288. Watch 53, 111,


324, 359.

413, 452.

Weeping
195, 241,

66.

Weevil

80.

Weigh

122, 169.

Watcher 53, 359. Water 172, 220.


Watercourse 177.

Weight 173, 446. Well 120, 307, 337.


Well-doing 207.
69,

Water

flood

14,

102,

West

41.

131, 258.

Water fowl
Water house

3.

West, goddess of 41. West wind 41, 457.

Water-god 172.
78.

Waterless 44.

What? 62, 67, What kind of? Wheat 206.

143,

153.

435.

Water plant 5, Water way 95.

392.

When

302, 461;

when

not

yet 159.

INDEX.

521
31,

Whence 435. Where 67, 435. Which 221.


Whilst 461.

With

55,

100,

158,

228, 229, 264, 313.

Whip

216.

Whirlwind 219, 255. White 289. White Crown 289.

Wither 305. Within 22, 159, 184, 305. Without 68, 221, 433. Withstand 88.

Wolf
194,

107, 135.

Woman
Women,

262, 322, 385.

Who?
Whole

62,

67,

153,

wailing 12.

208, 221. 433, 461.

Womb
Wood
344.
17, 131, 288,

293.
131.
133, 134,

Wonder

Wholly 433.

56,

319,

Wicked

67, 293.

Wickedness

Word

190, 315, 454.

298, 400, 439.

Wife 262, 385.

Words of power Work, works 52,


the heart 51.
192,

296, 297.
128, 129,

Wig

80.

176, 233, 262,408;

work

Will 22, 179.

Wind
Wind,

58,

165,

206,

Workman
World

51, 262.

210, 303, 402, 434.

425.
156, 157, 231, 446.
of 84.

north

414,

417;
457;

Worm

south

393;
378.

west

Worms, Eater
Worship
440.

east 24.

96,

195,

333,

Window
Wine Wing

Windsail 165.
55, 67.

Worshipful 396.

182, 446.

Worthy 452. Would that!

57.

Wing-carrier 456.

Wound
Woven
Wreath

9,

217, 280, 363,

Wisdom
Wise Wish
IV.

447.

389, 394.
stuff 63.

240, 373, 403.


21, 22, 179.

166.
34

522

INDEX.
163, 424.

Wretched

Wretchedness 62. Write 51, 319, 343, 374. Writing 374, 392, 393, 451.

Yellow 453. Yesterday 344.

Yoke

213.

Wrong

76, 105, 138. 50.

Wrought

You 221, 435, 452. Young 2, 209, 237, Young man 258.
Your 452. Youth 2, 14,

359.

Ye

221, 435, 452.

57, 237.

Year 237.

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