hieroglyph

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الإنجليزية - التركية
resimyazı
{i} hiyeroglif

Biz aslında bunun farkında olmadan hiyeroglifle yazıyoruz. - We are basically writing in hieroglyphics without being aware of it.

Hiyerogliflerle nasıl Cleopatra yazıyorsunuz? - How do you write Cleopatra in hieroglyphs?

{i} anlaşılması zor yazı
{i} okunaksız yazı
anlaşılmaz ve okunmaz yazı
hieroglyphics
resimyazı
hieroglyphics
hiyeroglif

Biz aslında bunun farkında olmadan hiyeroglifle yazıyoruz. - We are basically writing in hieroglyphics without being aware of it.

hieroglyphics
hiyografik yazı
hieroglyphics
{i} hiyeroglif yazılar
hieroglyphics
{i} anlaşılması zor yazılar
hieroglyphics
{i} gizli simge
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
an element of an ideographic (hieroglyphic) writing system
Any character or figure which has, or is supposed to have, a hidden or mysterious significance; hence, any unintelligible or illegible character or mark
writing that resembles hieroglyphics (usually by being illegible)
Hieroglyphs are symbols in the form of pictures, which are used in some writing systems, especially those of ancient Egypt. = hieroglyphics. Character in any of several systems of writing that is pictorial in nature, though not necessarily in the way it is read. The term was originally used for the oldest system of writing Ancient Egyptian (see Egyptian language). Egyptian hieroglyphs could be read iconically (the representation of a house enclosure stood for the word pr, "house"), phonetically (the "house" sign could have the phonetic value pr), or associatively (a sign representing one thing could stand for a homophone meaning something else). Unlike contemporary cuneiform writing, phonetic hieroglyphs denoted consonants, not syllables, so there was no regular way to write vowels; by convention, Egyptologists insert the vowel e between consonants in order to pronounce Egyptian words. The standardized orthography of the Middle Kingdom (2050-1750 BC) employed about 750 hieroglyphs. In the early centuries AD, use of hieroglyphs declined the last dated text is from AD 394 and the meaning of the signs was lost until their decipherment in the early 19th century (see J.-F. Champollion; Rosetta Stone). The term hieroglyph has been applied to similar systems of writing, notably a script used to write the ancient Anatolian language Luvian and a script used by the Maya (see Mayan hieroglyphic writing)
[writ] Symbols found on ancient Egyptian monuments to convey meanings, words or sounds; precursor to the alphabet
a Greek word meaning "sacred symbol " In Egypt, one of some seven hundred signs used in writing (considerably more if one counts signs used exclusively in the Old Kingdom and the periods after the New Kingdom) "Hieroglyphs" refers to the signs themselves; "hieroglyphic script" is Egyptian writing (Calling the signs "hieroglyphics" is incorrect )
a writing system using picture symbols; used in ancient Egypt writing that resembles hieroglyphics (usually by being illegible)
{i} hieroglyphic symbol, pictorial symbol which represents a word or sound (used in the pictographic script of the ancient Egyptians)
Specifically, in the plural, the picture writing of the ancient Egyptian priests
A picture of a figure, animal or object, standing for a word, syllable, or sound These symbols are found on ancient Egyptian monuments as well as in their written records
an element of an ideographic writing system
a writing system using picture symbols; used in ancient Egypt
A sacred character; a character in picture writing, as of the ancient Egyptians, Mexicans, etc
{i} picture used to represent a word or idea; symbol that conveys an idea nonverbally
It is made up of three, or, as some say, four classes of characters: first, the hieroglyphic proper, or figurative, in which the representation of the object conveys the idea of the object itself; second, the ideographic, consisting of symbols representing ideas, not sounds, as an ostrich feather is a symbol of truth; third, the phonetic, consisting of symbols employed as syllables of a word, or as letters of the alphabet, having a certain sound, as a hawk represented the vowel a
hierogram
hieroglyphics
used by the ancient Egyptians, a system of writing which used symbols (hieroglyphs) rather than letters or words
hieroglyphics
Egyptian language using symbols drawn as phonograms or ideograms
hieroglyphics
{i} pictographic script of the ancient Egyptians
hieroglyphics
A system of writing in which the characters consist of realistic or stylized pictures of actual objects, animals, or human beings (whole or part) The Egyptian hieroglyphic script is the best known, but by no means the only one Compare cuneiform
hieroglyphics
plural of hieroglyphic
hieroglyphics
Literal Meaning: Sacred Engraved Writing Writing system used in Ancient Egypt
hieroglyphics
Hieroglyphics are symbols in the form of pictures which are used in some writing systems, for example those of ancient Egypt. = hieroglyphs. a system of writing that uses pictures to represent words (hiéroglyphique, from , from , from hieros ( HIERARCHY) + glyphein )
hieroglyphics
A word of Greek origin, meaning ‘holy carvings’ Picture-like writing that was used in Egypt from about 3000 BC, only for religious and royal texts Jean-Francois Champollion decoded it in 1822 with the help of the famous Rosette-stone
hieroglyphics
a form of picture writing in which some pictures stand for ideas or things and others stand for sounds
hieroglyphics
arrow characters
hieroglyphs
The ancient Egyptian writing which used symbols based on animals, humans/gods and implements
hieroglyphs
An early form of writing using phonograms, logograms and determinatives arranged in horizontal and vertical lines
hieroglyphs
plural of hieroglyph
hieroglyphs
from the Greek for "sacred carvings," the oldest form of Egyptian writing, composed of pictograms (pictures of objects), phonograms (symbols representing sounds), and ideograms (symbols that determine the meaning of words) It continued to be used for monumental writing until approximately 394 AD Simplified, hieroglyphs can be thought of as printing, while hieratic as handwriting
hieroglyph

    الواصلة

    hi·er·o·glyph

    النطق

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    [ 'hI-(&-)r&-"glif ] (noun.) 1598. {c. 1598} , back-formation from hieroglyphic, Middle French hiéroglyphique, from Late Latin hieroglyphicus, from Ancient Greek ἱερογλυφικός (hieroglyphikós), derivative of ἱερογλυφη (hieroglyphē) 'hieroglyphs', compound of ἱερός (hierós) 'sacred, holy' and γλύφη (glyphē) 'carved work', a translation of Ancient Egyptian R8-S43-Z3 mdw nṯr 'god's words'.

    كلمة اليوم

    cacography
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