Z - Strokes, signs derived from hieratic

Ÿ ˆ
det - determinative      log - logogram     phon - phonogram    abbr - abbreviation
Z1
stroke
log: one (wa), unit
det:
- the previous sign (if it does not have a feminine ending) is an ideogramme
- denotes space
- substitute for human glyphs considered dangerous for magical reasons
- pronoun 1st p. sing. (rare)
Z2
three strokes
phon-det: w (grammatical ending of participles and abstracta)
det: plural, collective (e.g. meat) jwf)
Z3
three strokes, vertical
cf. Z2
Z4
two diagonal strokes
phon: j (y) (if ending sounds like dual ending)
det: sign for dual, substitute for signs thought to be dangerous or difficult to write
Z5
ˆ
diagonal stroke
det: substitute for signs thought to be dangerous or difficult to write
Z6
Ÿ
substitute for A13 oder A14 (hieratic)
det: death, to die (mwt)
Z7
hieratic abbreviation for G43
phon: w
Z8
oval
det: round (Snw)
Z9
crossed strokes
phon-det: swA, sD, xbs, Sbn, wp, wr
det: destroy (HDj), break, to divide (wpj), to cross (DAj), to encounter
Z10
crossed strokes
cf. Z9
Z11
upright cross
phon: jmj
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