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HIEROGLYPH REPRESENTS PRONOUNCED HIEROGLYPH REPRESENTS PRONOUNCED

ah i
vulture reed
(father) (filled)

two y arm & broad a


reeds (discovery) hand (car)

oo (too)
quail b
or foot
chick (boot)
w (wet)

p horned f
mat
(pedestal) viper (feel)

m n
owl water
(moon) (noon)

r h
mouth reed shelter
(right) (hat)

twisted h! kh
placenta
flax (ha!) (like Scotch 'loch')

ch
animal's (like s
folded cloth
belly German (saw)
'ich')

s sh
door bolt pool
(saw) (show)

slope of k basket k
hill (key) with handle (basket)

g t
jar stand loaf
(go) (tap)

tethering tj d
hand
rope (church) (dog)

You may notice that some hieroglyphs are vowel sounds, these
dj are considered weak consonants and are used when a word
snake begins with a vowel or where it might be confusing without them,
(adjust)
like in a name.