𓃾

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Abydos-Bold-hieroglyph-F1.png
𓃾 U+130FE, 𓃾
EGYPTIAN HIEROGLYPH F001
Gardiner number:F1
𓃽
[U+130FD]
Egyptian Hieroglyphs 𓃿
[U+130FF]

Egyptian[edit]

Glyph origin[edit]

Representing the head of an ox. Related to Cuneiform 𒄞.

Symbol[edit]

F1
  1. Form of
    E1
    (𓃒) used in the offering formula as a logogram for kꜣw (oxen).

Descendants[edit]

  • Proto-Sinaitic: Proto-semiticA-01.svg
    • Proto-Canaanite: Protoalef.svg
      • Phoenician: 𐤀(ʾ)
        • Ancient Greek: Α (A)
          • Coptic: (A)
          • Cyrillic: А
          • Gothic: 𐌰 (a)
          • Old Italic: 𐌀
        • Aramaic: 𐡀(ʾ)
          • Classical Syriac: ܐ
            • Nabataean: 01 aleph.svg
              • Arabic: ا, ء(ʾ)
                • Nko: ߊ
            • Turkic: 𐰀
          • Hebrew: א
          • Mandaic:
          • Pahlavi:
            • Inscriptional Pahlavi: 𐭠(ʾ)
            • Inscriptional Parthian: 𐭀(ʾ)
            • Avestan: 𐬀‎, 𐬁
          • (debated) Brahmi: 𑀅 (see there for further descendants)
    • Old South Arabian: 𐩱
      • Ge'ez: (ʾä)

References[edit]

  • Gardiner, Alan (1957) Egyptian Grammar: Being an Introduction to the Study of Hieroglyphs, third edition, Oxford: Griffith Institute, →ISBN, page 461