F; Parts of Mammals

The hieroglyphs of ancient Egypt are often listed in groups of associated glyphs. The following hieroglyphs have been grouped according to the system established by Sir Alan Gardiner and are all depictions of parts of mammals.


F1; cow
F1
Abbr; cow
F2; bull's head
F2
Det; anger
F3; hippo's head
F3
Phon Det; At
F4; lion's head
F4
Phon Det; Hat Log; front part, top
F5; gazelles head
F5
Phon Det; ssA or sSA
F6; front part of a gazelle
F6
Phon Det; ssA or sSA
F7; ram's head
F7
Det; dignity
F8; front part of a ram
F8
Det; dignity
F9; leopard's head
F9
Phon Det; At
F9a; two leopard's heads
F9a
Det and Log; strength
F10; the head and neck of a cow
F10
Det; to swallow, throat, town of Hais
F11; the head and neck of a cow
F11
Det; to swallow, throat, town of Hais
F12;the head and neck of a jackal
F12
Phon; wsr Log; nape
F13; horns
F13
Phon; wp jp (only in "jpwt" - messenger and "jpt" - mission) Log; horns, top of the head
F14; horns and staff
F14
Abbr; new year
F15; horns and staff
F15
Abbr; new year
F16; horn
F16
Phon Det; ab Det and Log; horn
F17; horn and water jug
F17
Det and Log; cleansing
F18; tusk
F18
Phon Det; bH, Hw, bjA, bj (in "bjt" character) Det and Log; tooth, to bite
F19; lower jaw
F19
Det; jaw
F20; tongue
F20
Phon; ns Det and Log; tongue, chief, head, to taste
F21; ear
F21
Phon Det; sdm, sDm, jdn Det and Log; ear, leaf, hear
F22; hindparts
F22
Phon Det; kfa Phon; pH Det and Log; hindparts, bottom of a container
F23; cow's leg
F23
Det and Log; foreleg, leg, the Great Dipper
F24; cow's leg
F24
Det and Log; foreleg, leg, the Great Dipper
F25; cow's leg
F25
Phon; wHm Log; Huf
F26; goat's body
F26
Phon; hn Log; animal skin
F27; cow skin
F27
Det; leather, skin, mouse, mammals
F28; cow skin
F28
Phon; Ab Log; dappled, motley
F29; cow skin pierced by an arrow
F29
Phon; st Log; to shoot through
F30; waterskin
F30
Phon; sd
F31; fox furs
F31
Phon; ms Log; apron of skin
F32; a mammals belly
F32
Phon; x Log; body, belly
F33; tail
F33
Det; tail
F34; heart
F34
Det and Log; heart
F35 Phon; nfr log; to be beautiful
F35
Phon; nfr log; to be beautiful
F36; lung and windpipe
F36
Phon; smA Log; lung
F37; ribs and back
F37
Phon Det; sm Det and Log; back
F38; ribs and back
F38
Det; back
F39; spine and nerves
F39
Phon; jmah Det and Log; venerable, to approach, spine, back
F40; spine with nerves on each side
F40
Phon; Aw
F41; vertebrae
F41
Det; back, slaughter
F42; rib
F42
Phon; spr Log; rib
F43; ribs
F43
Det; ribs, meat
F44; leg bone with flesh
F44
Phon; jsw, jwa Det; leg bone with meat, thigh
F45; uterus
F45
Log; vulva, cow
 F46;viscera
F46
Phon Det; qab, wdb, wDb Phon; phr, dbn Log; viscera
 F47; viscera
F47
Phon Det; qab, wdb, wDb Phon; phr, dbn Log; viscera
 F48; viscera
F48
Phon Det; qab, wdb, wDb Phon; phr, dbn Log; viscera
 F49; viscera
F49
Phon Det; qab, wdb, wDb Phon; phr, dbn Log; viscera
F50; viscera and cloth
F50
Abbr; to copy
 F51; flesh
F51
Phon; as (in Aset- Isis or Asir - Osiris) ws (in Wsir - Osiris) Det; flesh, limb, neck
F52; excrement
F52
Det; excrement

Codes

Abb; the sign is an abbreviation of a word,
Det; the sign acts as a determinative (it has no phonetic value, but provids further information about the full word),
Log; the sign is a logogram (it represents an entire word or idea),
Phon; the sign has a phonetic value, and
Phon Det; the sign is a phonetic determinant (it acts as a determinative but also has a phonetic value).


A: Man and his occupations
B: Woman and her occupations
C: Anthropomorphic Deities
D: Parts of the body
E: Mammals
F: Parts of Mammals
G: Birds, 1
H: Parts of Birds
I: Amphibious Animals, Reptiles, etc.
K: Fishes and Parts of Fishes
L: Invertebrata and Lesser Animals
M: Trees and Plants
N: Sky, Earth, Water
O: Buildings and Parts of Buildings
P: Ships and Parts of Ships
Q: Domestic and Funerary Furniture
R: Temple Furniture and Sacret Emblems
S: Crowns, Dress, Staves, etc
T: Warfare, Hunting, Butchery
U: Agriculture, Crafts and Professions
V: Rope, Fibre, Baskets, Bags, etc.
W: Vessels of Stone and Earthenware
X: Loaves and Cakes
Y: Writing, Games, Music
Z: Strokes, Geometrical Figures, etc.
Aa: Unclassified

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