F. Parts of Mammals

F. Parts of Mammals

Gardiner Number Sign Description of Sign Functions
  F1 𓃾 head of ox Use as mdw-nTr E1.
  F1a 𓃿 head of bovine Det. nose, smell, face.

Det. joy.

  F2 𓄀 head of charging ox Det. transliteration, “rage”. Ex. mdw-nTr .
  F3 𓄁 head of hippopotamus Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.
  F4 𓄂 forepart of lion Log. transliteration, “front”.

mdw-nTr Log. transliteration, “prince”.

  F5 𓄃 head of bubalis or hartebeest Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Phon. det. transliteration.

  F6 𓄄 forepart of bubalis or hartebeest Use as mdw-nTr F5.
  F7 𓄅 head of ram Log. or det. transliteration, “ram”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “worth”.

Phon. det. transliteration. Ex. mdw-nTr, transliteration, “dignity”.

  F8 𓄆 forepart of ram Use as mdw-nTr F7.
  F9 𓄇 head of leopard mdw-nTr Log. or det. transliteration, “strength”.

Phon. det. * transliteration.

  F10 𓄈 head and neck of animal Det. neck, throat.
  F11 𓄉 head and neck of animal Use as mdw-nTr F10.
  F12 𓄊 head and neck of canine Log. or det. transliteration, “neck”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F13 𓄋 horns mdw-nTr Log. transliteration, “brow”, “top”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Phon. transliteration.

  F13a 𓄌 horns (low) Use as mdw-nTr F13.
  F14 𓄍 combination of mdw-nTr F13 and mdw-nTr M4 Log. transliteration, “New-Year’s Day”.
  F15 𓄎 combination of mdw-nTr F14 and mdw-nTr N5 Use as mdw-nTr F14.
  F16 𓄏 horn Log. or det. transliteration, “horn”.

Det. horn.

Log. or det. transliteration, “horn”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

  F17 𓄐 combination of mdw-nTr F16 with vase from which water flows Log. or det. transliteration, “purification”.
  F18 𓄑 tusk Log. or det. transliteration, “tooth”.

Det. tooth.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Phon. det. transliteration.

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

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Phon. det. transliteration.

  F19 𓄒 lower jaw-bone of ox Log. or det. transliteration, “jaw”.
  F20 𓄓 tongue Log. transliteration, “tongue”.

Phon. transliteration.

Det. tongue.

Log. transliteration, “overseer”.

  F21 𓄔 ear of bovine Log. or det. transliteration, “ear”.

mdw-nTr Log. transliteration, “both ears”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “hear”.

Det. hearing.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

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

Phon. transliteration.

  F21a 𓄕 hieratic ear of bovine Use as mdw-nTr F21.
  F22 𓄖 hind-quarters of lion Log. transliteration, “end”. Ex. mdw-nTr .

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Det. end, bottom.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

  F23 𓄗 foreleg of ox Log. or det. transliteration, “foreleg”.

Det. transliteration, “Great Bear”. Ex. mdw-nTr .

  F24 𓄘 mdw-nTr F23 reversed Use as mdw-nTr F23.
  F25 𓄙 leg of ox Log. transliteration, “hoof”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F26 𓄚 skin of goat Log. transliteration, “skin”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F27 𓄛 skin of cow with bent tail Det. skin, mammal.
  F28 𓄜 skin of cow with straight tail Log. transliteration, “dappled”.

mdw-nTr Log. transliteration transliteration, “dappled of feathers”.

Use as mdw-nTr U23.

  F29 𓄝 cow’s skin pierced by arrow Log. or det. transliteration, “pierce”.

Phon. transliteration, transliteration.

  F30 𓄞 water-skin Log. transliteration, “water-skin”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F31 𓄟 three skins tied together Log. transliteration, “apron of skins”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F31a 𓄠 three skins tied together (simplified) Use as mdw-nTr F31.
  F32 𓄡 animal’s belly Log. transliteration, “belly”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F33 𓄢 tail Log. or det. transliteration, “tail”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

  F34 𓄣 heart Log. or det. transliteration, “heart”.

Det. heart.

  F35 𓄤 heart and windpipe Phon. transliteration.
  F36 𓄥 lung and windpipe Log. transliteration, “lung”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

  F37 𓄦 backbone and ribs and spinal cord Log. transliteration, “back”.

Det. transliteration, “back”.

Phon. det. transliteration.

  F37a 𓄧 backbone and ribs Use as mdw-nTr F37.
  F38 𓄨 backbone and ribs Use as mdw-nTr F37 [Det. transliteration, “back”].
  F38a 𓄩 backbone and ribs and spinal cord Use as mdw-nTr F37.
  F39 𓄪 backbone and spinal cord Log. or det. transliteration, “spinal cord”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “revered”.

Use as mdw-nTr F37 [Det. transliteration, “back”].

  F40 𓄫 backbone and spinal cords Phon. transliteration.
  F41 𓄬 vertebrae Use as mdw-nTr F37 [Det. transliteration, “back”].

Det. transliteration, “injury”.

  F42 𓄭 rib Log. or det. transliteration, “rib”.

Phon. transliteration.

  F43 𓄮 ribs Det. transliteration, “ribs of beef”. Ex. mdw-nTr .
  F44 𓄯 leg-bone with meat Det. bone and meat.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

  F45 𓄰 uterus Log. or det. transliteration, “* uterus”.
  F45a 𓄱 uterus (simplified) Use as mdw-nTr F45.
  F46 𓄲 intestine Log. transliteration, “intestine”.

Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Log. or det. transliteration, “turn”.

Phon. transliteration.

Log. or det. transliteration, “go round”.

Phon. transliteration.

Det. transliteration, “turn”.

  F46a 𓄳 intestine Use as mdw-nTr F46.
  F47 𓄴 intestine Use as mdw-nTr F46.
  F47a 𓄵 intestine Use as mdw-nTr F46.
  F48 𓄶 intestine Use as mdw-nTr F46.
  F49 𓄷 intestine Use as mdw-nTr F46.
  F50 𓄸 combination of mdw-nTr F46 and mdw-nTr S29 Log. transliteration, “copy”.
  F51 𓄹 piece of flesh Det. parts of the body.

mdw-nTr Log. transliteration, “body”.

Log. transliteration, “vagina”.

  F51a 𓄺 three pieces of flesh horizontally Use as 3× mdw-nTr F51.
  F51b 𓄻 three pieces of flesh vertically Use as 3× mdw-nTr F51.
  F51c 𓄼 mdw-nTr F51 reversed Phon. or phon. det. transliteration.

Phon. transliteration.

  F52 𓄽 excrement Log. or det. transliteration, “excrement”.
  F53 𓄾 divine rod with mdw-nTr F7 Log. transliteration, “(divine) staff”.

 

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