By Henry Tattam
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I, as the sign of the accusative. The Vocative Case. 28. the it The sign noun, as CD vocative case of the does not often occur. The HArAGOC, TTCA TTAO)<|>Hp, my good Master! friend! , NArAeoc, Copt. Sah. Mat. XIX, Copt. qtcBO) o MMOC R^AyFlA. Lord thou son of David, have mercy on us, saying, Sah. Mat. HClO)N. XX, XF nxoFic NA NAN no^wpp 30. Ttt)Fpt NCICON, daughter of Sion ! John XII, Copt. TpjFFpF 15. Sah. The Ablative Case.
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. 103 100 Prepositions Chap.
R The Sahidic has TTF and TF singular, and NF two consonants, as npo) &c. The Articles plural before nouns, beginning with TMAFIO, xpo, xmo, ^AOOTF, TT and T singular, and N plural, are used not only before vowels, or before one consonant, as before oycott), NoyTF. and MA; but even before consonants, when marked with the line or vowel above, as prrF, TBBO, FiNTpp etc. But either TTF, TF. NF are used before z, CHtf, as TFgin, NFgiooyp; or n^ is contracted into ()>? and from n^An: (|)HKF from rrgHKF: (|)OOY from ngooy: and 9F froniTgF, GH from TH.
A Compendious Grammar Of The Egyptian Language: As Contained In The Coptic, Sahidic, And Bashmuric Dialects (1863) by Henry Tattam