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GA^AATE, gBOyij C Ta) P? birds. vipers. Ta)a) P? horses. gBny. gBHye, works. xoi, XOEIC, XEicooyE, Lords. Of Nouns. Chap. IV. Of Cases have no cases of nouns. Dialects or bv prepositions, Egypt But these are indicated by cer- as, Sahidic and Bashmuric. Coptic. NXF R6~i. Gen. NTF, M, N. NTF, R, FT. Dat. F, M, N. F, R, FT. ACC. F, M. F ? R, FT. cb, of which precede, or are prefixed to the nouns, tain particles Voc. 1 Nouns. speaking the three 22. Strictly Norn. of 2 N. nt. a), Abl. F, M, N, or a preposition.
T. Sing-. 6. +. Plur. Coin. Nl. NFN. and in- Part II. S ah TTF. 1 1 Etymology. d i i c. TF. T. 17. NF. R NR Bashmuric. HI. TTF. 2. +. TF. T. 17. The Coptic uses the article Nl. ni and R NF. TT promiscu- m- ously,' either before double consonants or vowels, as KAgi and n-KAgi', "f"-CMn and T-CMH. m-m and n-w, m-oypo andrr-oypo: The Coptic has and "t also be- m fore vowels, even before the plural NI cept after is i. as niiAg, r f/iOY^ FA - But in generally used, but sometimes NFN, ex- FT who, and the prefix, as we shall hereThe articles ()) and 6, are used instead of show.
Masc. Sing. Sahidic. Coptic. mine. (|)a>i TTO)l (j)0)K TTGDK thine, m. (J)0) no) no)q (j)0)C thine, f. /MA*. TTCQC her. 0wr. T70)N
A Compendious Grammar Of The Egyptian Language: As Contained In The Coptic, Sahidic, And Bashmuric Dialects (1863) by Henry Tattam