mšˤ

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Egyptian[edit]

Wooden figures found in the tomb of Mesehti:
A12 A1
Z2
of the 11th Dynasty

Noun[edit]

A12 A1
Z2

mšˤ masculine

  1. army
  2. footsoldiers
  3. workgang

Usage notes[edit]

Alternative hieroglyphic writing

m S
a
A12
Z2
mšˤ

Inflection[edit]

Declension
sing. mšˤ
dual mšˤwj
plural mšˤw

Derived terms[edit]

Noun[edit]

A12 P1

mšˤ masculine

  1. campaign

Usage notes[edit]

Alternative hieroglyphic writing

A12 D54
Z2
A12 D54
Z2
mšˤ mšˤ


Inflection[edit]

Declension
sing. mšˤ
dual mšˤwj
plural mšˤw

Verb[edit]

G20 S
a
D54

mšˤ strong triliteral

  1. march
  2. campaign


Usage notes[edit]

Alternative hieroglyphic writing

A12 P1
A12 D54
Z2
A12 D54
Z2
mšˤ mšˤ mšˤ

Inflection[edit]

mšˤ: Triliteral (3-lit)
Base Stem: mšˤ Geminated Stem: mšˤˤ (rare) Imperative: mšˤ
Suffix Forms (1) Participles(10)
Active Active Passive Relative
Perfective (2) mšˤ mšˤ mšˤ(w) (11) / mšˤy mšˤ
Imperfective (3) mšˤ mšˤ(j) / mšˤy mšˤ(w) (11) mšˤ(w) (11) / mšˤy
Perfect mšˤ.n ------ ------ mšˤ.n
Prospective mšˤ mšˤtj.fj (9) ------ ------
Subjunctive mšˤ Stative
Passive ------ Singular Plural
"Consequential"(4) mšˤ.jn 1st Person mšˤ.kw mšˤ.wjn
"Necessitive"(5) mšˤ.ḫr 2nd person mšˤ.tj mšˤ.tjwjn
"Future Consequential"(6) mšˤ.k3 3rd person (masc) mšˤ.w mšˤ.wj
Old Perfect (7) mšˤt 3rd person (fem) mšˤ.tj
Infinitival forms
Infinitive mšˤ Negatival Complement mšˤ(w) Complementary Infinitive(8) mšˤt

1) All of these forms can display their subject using the suffix pronouns (and they frequently do)
2) Otherwise known as the "Indicative"
3) Otherwise known as the "Circumstantial"
4) No formal name - usually referred to as the "sḏm.jn"
5) No formal name - usually referred to as the "sḏm.ḫr"
6) No formal name - usually referred to as the "sḏm.k3"
7) Otherwise known as the "sḏmt"
8) Rare & Archaic
9) Declines using third person suffix pronouns: masc.: .fj, fem: .sj & plural: .sn
10) Decline like adjectives
11) -w only appears in the masculine singular

References[edit]

Faulkner, A Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian