rd

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See also: RD, rd., Rd., -rd, and R&D

English[edit]

Alternative forms[edit]

Abbreviation [please replace this header][edit]

rd

  1. road
  2. rad (unit of measure)
  3. (knitting) round

Anagrams[edit]


Egyptian[edit]

Etymology 1[edit]

Noun[edit]

r
d
D56

masculine

  1. foot
Inflection[edit]
Declension
sing. rd
dual rdwj
plural rdw
Derived terms[edit]

Etymology 2[edit]

Noun[edit]

r
d
M30

masculine

  1. bud, shoot
Inflection[edit]
Declension
sing. rd
dual rdwj
plural rdw

Verb[edit]

r
d
M30

strong biliteral

  1. grow
Usage notes[edit]

Alternate hieroglyphic writing

r
d
T12
rd
Inflection[edit]
rd: Bilateral Root (2-lit)
Base Root: rd Geminated Root: rdd Imperative: (j)rd
Suffix Forms (1) Participles(10)
Active Passive Active Passive Relative
Perfective (2) rd rd.tw rd rdd / rd(w) (11) /rdy rd
Imperfective (3) (j)rd (j)rd.tw rd(j)/rdy rd(w) (11) rd(w) (11) / rdy
Perfect rd.n rd.n.tw ------ ------ rd.n
Prospective rd rdd rdtj.fj (9) ------ ------
Subjunctive (j)rd (j)rd.tw Stative
Passive ------ rd(w) / rdy Singular Plural
"Consequential"(4) rd.jn rd.jn.tw 1st Person rd.kw rd.wjn
"Necessitive"(5) rd.ḫr rd.ḫr.tw 2nd person rd.tj rd.tjwjn
"Future Consequential"(6) rd.k3 rd.k3.tw 3rd person (masc) rd.w rd.wj
Old Perfect (7) rdt rdt 3rd person (fem) rd.tj
Infinitival forms
Infinitive rd Negatival Complement rd(w) Complementary Infinitive(8) rdt

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

Derived terms[edit]

References[edit]

Faulkner, A Concise Dictionary of Middle Egyptian