E. MAMMALS

E. Mammals

Gardiner Number Sign Description of Sign Functions
  E1 𓃒 bull Log. transliteration, “bull”.

Log. transliteration, “cattle”.

Det. cattle.

  E2 𓃓 bull charging Log. transliteration, “bull”.

Det. transliteration, “fighting bull”.

  E3 𓃔 calf Log. or det. transliteration, “calf”.

Det. transliteration, “short-horned cattle”.

  E4 𓃕 sacred transliteration-cow Log. or det. transliteration, “sacred hesat-cow”.
  E5 𓃖 cow suckling calf Det. solicitous.
  E6 𓃗 horse Log. or det. transliteration, “horse”.

Det. horse.

  E7 𓃘 donkey Log. or det. transliteration, “ass”.
  E8 𓃙 kid Log. or det. transliteration, “kid”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Det. small cattle.

  E8a 𓃚 kid jumping Use as mdw-nTr E8.
  E9 𓃛 newborn bubalis or hartebeest Phon. transliteration.

(group-writing) mdw-nTr Phon. transliteration.

  E9a 𓃜 mature bovine lying down Det. transliteration, “sacrificial animal”.
  E10 𓃝 ram Log. or det. transliteration, “ram”.

mdw-nTr Log. or det. transliteration, “Khnum”.

Det. ram, sheep.

  E11 𓃞 ram Use as mdw-nTr E10.
  E12 𓃟 pig Log. or det. transliteration, “pig”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “pig”.

  E13 𓃠 cat Log. or det. transliteration, “cat (m.)”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “cat (f.)”.

  E14 𓃡 dog (saluki) Log. or det. transliteration, “dog”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “dog”.

  E15 𓃢 lying canine Log. or det. transliteration, “Anubis”.

Log. transliteration, “master of secrets”.

  E16 𓃣 lying canine on shrine Use as mdw-nTr E15.
  E16a 𓃤 lying canine on shrine with mdw-nTr S45 Use as mdw-nTr E15.
  E17 𓃥 jackal Log. or det. transliteration, “jackal”, “dignitary”.
  E17a 𓃦 jackal looking back Log. or det. transliteration, “drag”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

  E18 𓃧 wolf on mdw-nTr R12 with transliteration Log. or det. transliteration, “Wepwawet”.
  E19 𓃨 combination of mdw-nTr E19 and mdw-nTr T3 Use as mdw-nTr E18.
  E20 𓃩 Seth-animal Log. transliteration, “Seth”.

Det. turmoil.

Use as mdw-nTr E7.

Use as mdw-nTr E27.

  E20a 𓃪 combination of mdw-nTr E20 and mdw-nTr V30 mdw-nTr Log. transliteration, “the two lords”.
  E21 𓃫 lying Seth-animal Det. turmoil.
  E22 𓃬 lion Log. or det. transliteration, “lion”.
  E23 𓃭 lying lion Log. or det. transliteration, “lion”.

Phon. transliteration.

(group-writing) mdw-nTr, mdw-nTr Phon. transliteration.

Use as mdw-nTr U13.

  E24 𓃮 panther Log. or det. transliteration, “panther”.
  E25 𓃯 hippopotamus Log. or det. transliteration, “hippopotamus”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “hippopotamus”.

  E26 𓃰 elephant Log. or det. transliteration, “elephant”.
  E27 𓃱 giraffe Log. or det. transliteration, “giraffe”.

Det. foretell.

  E28 𓃲 oryx Log. or det. transliteration, “oryx”.
  E28a 𓃳 combination of mdw-nTr E28, mdw-nTr N24 and some type of jar Use as mdw-nTr NU16.
  E29 𓃴 gazelle Log. or det. transliteration, “gazelle”.
  E30 𓃵 ibex Log. or det. transliteration, “ibex”.
  E31 𓃶 goat with collar Log. or det. transliteration, “rank”, “dignity”.
  E32 𓃷 baboon Log. or det. transliteration, “baboon”.

Det. monkey.

Det. furious.

  E33 𓃸 monkey Log. or det. transliteration, “vervet monkey”.
  E34 𓃹 hare Phon. transliteration.
  E34a 𓃺 hare (low) Use as mdw-nTr E34.
  E36 𓃻 baboon Log. transliteration, “Thoth”. Ex. mdw-nTr.

Log. transliteration, “say”.

Log. transliteration, “beautiful”.

Use as mdw-nTr E37.

  E37 𓃼 combination of mdw-nTr E36, mdw-nTr V36 and mdw-nTr V30 Det. transliteration, “water-clock”.
  E38 𓃽 long-horned bull Use as mdw-nTr E1.

 

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