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In hieroglyphs: 𓇾𓈇𓏤 (Gardiner's code: N16-N23-Z1)

Transliterated as: tꜣ (tA) (consonants only)

Meaning and Translation:

  1. land, realm, country

  2. (by extension) the collective people of a land or country

  3. ground

  4. dry land, ground not covered by water

Pronunciation with reconstructed vowels in several stages of Ancient Egyptian (using IPA):

/tal/ - Old Egyptian (c. 2500 B.C.E.)

/tal/ - Middle Egyptian (c. 1700 B.C.E.)

/taʔ/ - Late Egyptian (c. 800 B.C.E.)

Coptic and its dialects (from 325 B.C.E. to now):

Sahidic Coptic: ⲧⲟ (to)

Bohairic Coptic: ⲑⲟ (tho)

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In hieroglyphs: π“‡Ύπ“ˆ‡π“€ (Gardiner's code: N16-N23-Z1)

Transliterated as: tꜣ (tA) (consonants only)

Meaning and Translation:

  1. land, realm, country

  2. (by extension) the collective people of a land or country

  3. ground

  4. dry land, ground not covered by water

Pronunciation with reconstructed vowels in several stages of Ancient Egyptian (using IPA):

/tal/ - Old Egyptian (c. 2500 B.C.E.)

/tal/ - Middle Egyptian (c. 1700 B.C.E.)

/taΚ”/ - Late Egyptian (c. 800 B.C.E.)

Coptic and its dialects (from 325 B.C.E. to now):

Sahidic Coptic: ⲧⲟ (to)

Bohairic Coptic: β²‘β²Ÿ (tho)

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In hieroglyphs: 𓆎𓅓𓏏𓊖 (Gardiner's code: I6-G17-X1-O49)

Transliterated as: kmt (consonants only)

Meaning and Translation:

Egypt, the Nile Valley

Pronunciation with reconstructed vowels in several stages of Ancient Egyptian (using IPA):

/ˈkuːmat/ - Old Egyptian (c. 2500 B.C.E.)

/ˈkuːmaʔ/ - Middle Egyptian (c. 1700 B.C.E.)

/ˈkeːmə/ - Late Egyptian (c. 800 B.C.E.)

Coptic and its dialects (from 325 B.C.E. to now):

Bohairic Coptic: ⲭⲏⲙⲓ (khēmi)

Sahidic Coptic: ⲕⲏⲙⲉ (kēme)

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In hieroglyphs: π“‡‹π“ˆ–π“‚‹π“ŠŒ (Gardiner's code: M17-N35-D21-O39)

Transliterated as: jnr (inr) (consonants only)

Meaning and Translation:

(noun) stone, rock, slab, block

Pronunciation with reconstructed vowels in several stages of Ancient Egyptian (using IPA):

/ˈjaːnaɾ/ - Old Egyptian (c. 2500 B.C.E.)

/ˈjaːnaΚ”/ - Middle Egyptian (c. 1700 B.C.E.)

/ΛˆΚ”oːnΙ™/ - Late Egyptian (c. 800 B.C.E.)

Coptic and its dialects (from 325 B.C.E. to now):

ⲱⲛⲉ (ōne) (Sahidic, Fayyumic, Akhmimic)

ⲱⲛⲓ (ōni) (Bohairic, Fayyumic)

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βˆ™ 11y ago

Technically there isn't an Egyptian word for Egypt as they speak Arabic there but the Arabic word for Egypt is pronounced "Misr" (Standard Arabic) or "Masr" (Egyptian Arabic).

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The ancient Egyptian word for a rock or stone is written in hieroglyphs as inr, where the i represents a consonant sound not found in English. We have no way of knowing what vowels were included since they were not written. The same word also means a slab or block.

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βˆ™ 10y ago

Ta

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