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TTH he. 0H e m. Sahidic. TH she. Plural.. NH 8. they. The demonstrative pronoun ET the relative pronoun ; often joined with is as Singular. Ma F e m. s c. Sahidic. Coptic. TTHET

NECE EGNECcoq ENECCDC, NAtATOy, blessed they. or ENECSj, fair, beautiful NEC(JDI, fair or ENECcoq, fair she. fair he. 1. NECflDq, NECGDC, EGNECCDC or ENECO)oy or ENECOOy, fair they. Of Adjectives. Chap. V. CMApcooyT, and CMAMAAT, 25 Sah. Messed. KCMA- poDoyT, Messed thou. qcMApcooyT, qcMAMAAT, Sahidic. Messed lie. NHFTCMApoooy, NFTCMAMAAT, Sah. blessed they. Sah. alone. oyAA. he. oyAAK, alone thou. MM Ay AT, MAY A AT, and Sail, alone thou. m. MMAyATq. MAyAAq, Sail, alone he. AAC, Sah. alone M Ay A AN, we.

Tf 0/ thy oyojAXF NTF TMF, M

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