ḏd

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See also: dd, Dd, DD, -dd, d.d., .dd, D.D., and D&D

Egyptian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

Verb[edit]

D&d
  1. to say, speak
    • 12th Dynasty, Stela of Amenemhat, British Museum, Egyptian Antiquities, E567,
      D&d t
      n
      f
      M18 i w m R4
      t p
      i n
      wr
      A1 Z3 nw
      Z1
      Ab b Dw
      O49
      ḏd.t(w) n=f jjw m ḥtp jn wrw nw 3bḏw
      May "welcome in peace" be said to him by the great of Abydos.
    • 12th Dynasty, Sinuhe (Berlin 3022 text), 23, [1]
      [...] ḏd.n=j dpt mwt nn [...]
      [...] I said "this is the taste of death." [...]

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References[edit]

  1. ^ 1995, Antonio Loprieno, Ancient Egyptian: A linguistic introduction, ISBN 0-521-44384-9