tm

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See also: TM, Tm, .tm, t/m, and

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Phrase[edit]

tm

  1. Initialism of 他媽 (tāmā).

Egyptian[edit]

Pronunciation[edit]

For the proper noun:

 
  • (reconstructed) IPA(key): /jaˈtaːmuw//jaˈtaːmuw//ʔaˈtaːməʔ//ʔaˈtoːm/

Etymology[edit]

Compare with Arabic تمام(tamām, complete).

Verb[edit]

t
tm
m

 2-lit.

  1. (intransitive) to be complete
  2. (transitive) to complete, to finish
  3. (catenative, with a verb in the negatival complement) to not do, to not be

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Noun[edit]

t
tm
m

 m

  1. everything, totality, completion

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Proper noun[edit]

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tm

 m

  1. the god Atum

Alternative forms[edit]

Based on the forms jtm and tmw, some authors interpret the god’s name as jtmw, a noun of action derived from the verb tm (to finish, complete), thus literally meaning ‘the finisher’; however, the most common writings of the name only explicitly show the consonants tm.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Schenkel, Wolfgang (2005) “Die ägyptische Nominalbildungslehre und die Realität der hieroglyphischen Graphien der Sargtexte: Die Nominalbildungsklassen A I 5 und A I 6” in Lingua Aegyptia, volume 13, page 147