Middle Egyptian: An Introduction to the Language and Culture by James P. Allen

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42 4. ” Nouns are said to be “in apposition” when both are used together to refer to the same thing. An English example is our friend, the dog. 1): Queen Anne, the pharaoh Ramesses II, God the father. 12 Connection In English, two nouns can be connected in a phrase by the word and, as in salt and pepper, Jack and Jill. They can also be linked by the word or, as in coffee or tea. In these kinds of phrases, known as conjunction or coordination (and) and disjunction (or), the two nouns do not refer to the same thing (unlike apposition).

73. 49. “pass” (path and motion) “black” (hair) “bring to mind” (think) “seed” (seed) “give” 70. 44. 48. “snake” (snake) 59. 77. 78. “protection” (abstract) “pound” (pounding) “eternity” (time) “stela” (stela) “hack up” (hoe, effort) “strength” (force) “what is done” 4. 1 Definitions Nouns are words that languages use to designate things. ” Nouns that refer to objects can be general enough to apply to many different things (country, goddess) or specific enough to refer to only one thing (Egypt, Isis); the latter are called “proper nouns,” and in English are regularly capitalized.

Another exception has to do with proper names of places, such as countries and towns: these are often treated as feminine, regardless of their ending. 5 Number Besides gender, nouns can also indicate whether they refer to one thing or more than one. ” Modern English nouns have two numbers, singular and plural. Middle Egyptian nouns can also be singular or plural. In English, nouns normally refer to only one thing (singular) unless they are specially marked to show that they refer to more than one (plural).

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