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Index to the Subjects. Chap. I. Page The Alphabet 1 Chap. Pronunciation of the letters II. 3 . Chap. m. Of Points and Abreviations Part II. Etymology. 7 Articles 1013 Chap. IV. 1 Cases of Nouns 13 21 Chap. V. Of Adjectives 24 Chap. VI. Of Personal and Eelative Pronouns Pronoun Infixes and Suffixes Cardinal and Ordinal Numbers 27 35 41 XXIV Index of the Subjects. Chap. VH. Pape " Of Verbs Prefixes and . Suffixes . Verbs united with particles 65 Participles v . Negative Prefixes Auxiliary verb 78 79 9pE and 89 TpF Irregular and defective Verbs 91 Adverbs and Conjunctions 99.

Short F fMFFy. village. */, which end Plurals w7- plur. sing, into ny pi. FHy. oxen. in EyF, wyE, and their singulars in E, as eAEEyE^ heads. TIE; heaven. last, ^AAE, rmyF, epwyE, and (fAAEEyE, lame, plur. The which end Plurals Sahidic heavens. gpE, food. plur. lame. changed into H when the plurals ends is 19. 'f'MF, XIXF, nets. o)NHy, food, plur. , tf bakers. EgE, an ox. AHE, a head. ATTHyE. , deserts. cyAqEEy, which change the F AMpwy, Sahidic 18. # desert. ^. gAF, ; cms. prudent. CABEEy, blind, pi.

Moavvct; ABIA, *J{3ia: or it denotes that the letter should be pronounced separately, and agrees with the diaeresis of the Greeks, as 4. to The distinguish rrFNFg, thy 5. M or N A CTOIXOC, line (*) is oil line -Srwftcog. put over a letter in some words them from others; as TTFNF^, ever, from f. above radical, MM. or N H, distinguishes and from N, the it from definite article plural 8 Chap. before the infix ; III. Of Points and Abbreviations. ) but NO>oy, without the point above the N. Two 6. over the letter oyoFiN, light; Two 7.

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