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๐“ƒ€ U+130C0, 𓃀
EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH D058
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[U+130BF]
Egyptian Hieroglyphs ๐“ƒ โ†’
[U+130C1]

Egyptian[edit]

Glyph origin[edit]

Representing a foot. Originally (during the 1st Dynasty) this hieroglyph was very short, showing little above the truncated foot; it later grew taller, but even during the Middle Kingdom it was frequently shorter than the full height of a line.

Symbol[edit]

b

(b)

  1. Uniliteral phonogram for b.
  2. Used as an ideogram for "place", "thing": see b.

References[edit]

  • Fischer, Henry (1988) Ancient Egyptian Calligraphy: A Beginnerโ€™s Guide to Writing Hieroglyphs, New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art, ISBN 0-87099-528-6