I. Amphibious Animals, Reptiles, etc.

I. Amphibious Animals, Reptiles, etc.

Gardiner Number Sign Description of Sign Functions
  I1 𓆈 gecko Log. or det. transliteration, “lizard”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “gecko”.

Phon. transliteration.

  I2 𓆉 turtle Log. or det. transliteration, “turtle”.
  I3 𓆊 crocodile Log. or det. transliteration, “crocodile”.

Log. or det. transliteration, “crocodile”.

Det. greedy.

Det. agression.

mdw-nTr Log. transliteration, “sovereign”.

  I4 𓆋 crocodile on shrine Log. or det. transliteration, “Sobek”.
  I5 𓆌 crocodile with curved tail Log. or det. transliteration, “gather”.
  I5a 𓆍 image of crocodile Use as mdw-nTr I4.
  I6 𓆎 crocodile scales/charcoal Phon. transliteration.
  I7 𓆏 frog Det. frog. Ex. mdw-nTr, transliteration, “Heket”.

Log. transliteration, “repeating life”.

  I8 𓆐 tadpole Log. transliteration, “tadpole”.

Log. transliteration, “100000”.

  I9 𓆑 horned viper Phon. transliteration.

Det. transliteration, “father”. Ex. mdw-nTr, mdw-nTr .

  I9a 𓆒 horned viper crawling out of enclosure Log. transliteration, “go out”.
  I10 𓆓 cobra Log. transliteration, “cobra”.

Phon. transliteration, transliteration.

  I10a 𓆔 cobra with feather Log. or det. transliteration, “Wadjit (tenth nome of Upper Egypt)”.
  I11 𓆕 two cobras Phon. transliteration.
  I11a 𓆖 combination of mdw-nTr I10, mdw-nTr X1 and mdw-nTr N18 Log. transliteration, “eternity”.
  I12 𓆗 erect cobra Det. transliteration, “uraeus”.

Det. goddess.

  I13 𓆘 erect cobra on mdw-nTr V30 Det. goddess.
  I14 𓆙 snake Det. snake. Exx. mdw-nTr, transliteration, “serpent”; mdw-nTr, transliteration, “snake”.
  I15 𓆚 snake Use as mdw-nTr I14.

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