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  1. idol (substantive)
  2. idol (attributive)
  3. image, illustration, picture (of abstract)
  4. (inferior) reflection, image (of a superior grade of reality)
ⲉⲓⲛⲉ ⲛⲧⲟⲟⲧ⸗--
put a hand on
a title, meaning unknown
a measure (or vessel)
ⲉⲓⲣⲉ ⲛⲕⲗⲟⲙ--
make a crown, circle
  1. peace
  2. peace (attributive)
  3. peace (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  4. (blessing of) peace (as a blessing upon arrival)
  5. (blessing of) peace (as a farewell blessing to a deceased)
  6. Peace (benevolent celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  1. peaceful (substantive)
  2. peaceful (attributive)
  3. peaceful one (name of a stone; i.e., sardachates)
  1. church, assembly (general, or specific sense unclear)
  2. congregation, assembly (on earth)
  3. congregation, assembly (on earth; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  4. Church (abstract, universal community of worshippers; "The Church" with a capital "C")
  5. Church (Denomination) (often plural, but need not be)
  6. Church (abstract, universal community of Manichaeans)
  7. church (a particular community of worshippers)
  8. church (a particular community of Manichaean worshippers)
  9. church (physical building, "house of God")
  10. church (specific physical building and its congregation)
  11. congregation, assembly, Church (celestial, pre-existent)
  12. church (celestial, pre-existent; of the first-born)
  1. convenor of an assembly (used as a name)
  2. (the book of) Ecclesiastes
a measure or quantity (applied to papyrus and ? loaves)
ⲉⲗⲁⲭⲓⲥⲧⲟⲥⲁⲗⲁⲭⲓⲥⲧⲟⲥ, ...
  1. least, humble, lowly, pathetic, pitiful one (substantive)
  2. least, smallest thing (substantive)
  3. least, humble, lowly, pathetic, pitiful (inverted attributive, attributive referent)
  4. humblest, unworthiest, least one (self-deprecating expression used by clerics, monks, and anchorites) (substantive)
  5. humblest, unworthiest, least one (unusual usage referring to the addressee, and not the sender of a letter) (substantive)
  6. humblest, unworthiest, least (self-deprecating expression used by clerics, monks, and anchorites) (attributive)
  7. humblest, unworthiest, least one (unusual usage referring to a third person rather than the speaker) (inverted attributive; attributive referent)
hellebore (a toxic plant)
ⲉⲙⲫⲁⲛⲓⲍⲉⲉⲙⲫ, ...
  1. to show, produce (a document) as evidence
  2. to show, produce (a document) as evidence before s.o. (object2: governmental authority)
  3. to show, offer to s.o. (ob1: a document, if pronominal; ob2: person; or ob1: person, ob2: document, if a noun)
  4. to mention
  5. to mention through/by (object2: document)
to show, produce (a document) as evidence
  1. ensouled, possessing a soul (substantive)
  2. ensouled, possessing a soul (attributive)
ⲉⲛⲇⲱⲝⲟⲛⲉⲛⲇⲟⲕⲝⲱⲛ, ...
  1. praise, liturgy, adoration
  2. Praise, Liturgy, Adoration (title of a liturgical / incantatory text)
  1. mind, faculty of thinking, consciousness
  2. insight, conception, thought
  3. idea, form (in the "Platonic" sense - a celestial archetype)
  4. thought, concept (synonymous with "world")
  5. conception, reflection (benevolent celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  6. plan, design
a plant: fleabane
authorization, mandatum (an order given specifically by a mandator)
  1. (set of) rule(s), prescription(s) (for proper communal religious conduct, e.g., of monks and clerics)
  2. commandment (divine - given by God; plural form)
  3. commandment (divine - given by Jesus Christ; plural form)
  4. commandment (divine - given by a benevolent superhuman being; plural form)
ⲉⲝⲉⲇⲣⲁⲉⲅⲅⲣⲁ, ...
veranda (a hall or arcade with places to sit)
  1. to confess, to admit one's sins
  2. to make a confession to s.o.
  3. to confess one's sins in front of s.o.
  4. to praise s.o.
  5. to acknowledge, recognize s.o.
  6. to acknowledge, recognize s.o. before, among s.o.
  7. to acknowledge, recognize s.o. with, through s.o.
  8. to confess (Christ)
  1. authority, power, right
  2. authority, power, right (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  3. authority, power over s.o.
  4. authority, power over
  5. authority, power over s.o., so as to (object2: purpose clause)
  6. authority, power over, so as to (object2: purpose clause)
  7. authority (to act) on behalf of s.o.
  8. power, strength, might
  9. power, strength, might (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  10. (seat of) authority, (place of) authority
  11. domain (sphere in which power is exercised)
  12. domain (inverted attributive, nominal referent; sphere in which power is exercised)
  13. officials, authorities, government
  14. authority, official (attributive)
  15. power, authority, dominion (quality or property of God)
  16. Power, Authority (heavenly being; benevolent)
  17. Power, Authority (heavenly being; malevolent)
  18. Power, Authority (heavenly being; malevolent; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  19. Power, Authority (heavenly being; disposition unclear)
  20. Power, Authority (a ghost; soul of a dead person)
  1. to invoke, call upon to s.o.
  2. to invoke, call upon
  3. invoke, call upon, summon s.o. (object: a superhuman entity or force)
  4. to invoke, call upon s.o. to do (object2: ⲉ + Inf.)
  5. to invoke, call upon s.o. to do (object2: imperative)
  6. invoke, call upon, summon s.o. by (object1: a superhuman entity or force; object2: means of summoning)
  7. to invoke, call upon
  8. to invoke, call upon to do (object2: ϫⲉⲕⲁⲥ + Fut. 3)
  9. to utter an incantation, to pray (object: none)
  10. to utter an incantation, gave an invocation over
  11. to utter an incantation, gave an invocation by the means of
  1. bishopric (appellation of a bishop)
  2. oversight, care, influence (of God over celestial beings)
  3. providential care
  1. letter
  2. letter (attributive)
  3. letter (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  4. document
  5. Epistle (title of literary works)
  6. Letters (title of canonical work by Mani)
  7. letter (work by Shenoute, i.e., the sermons of a canon)
  8. letter (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
to celebrate (a feast or sacrifice)
conceive cunningly, to practise a thing (with infinitive)
ⲉⲡⲟⲓⲕⲓⲟⲛⲉⲡⲉⲅⲉ, ...
  1. farmstead (re: a small rural settlement owned and controlled by a landowner, as opposed to a 'regular' village supervised by the pagarch; may however be synonymous with the latter in some instances)
  2. farmstead (inverted attribuitive, nominal referent)
a beetle
  1. conceive
  2. conceive (a child)
  1. work, labor
  2. work, labor (attributive)
  3. effect, result (of a spell or incantation)
live a long life, be long-lived
have, dream a dream
scab, eschar (on a wound caused by burning or otherwise)
  1. still (indicating the continuity of a state)
  2. still (referring to future events)
  3. also, moreover, besides
a garment or certain length of stuff
  1. gospel, good news (Christian; referent: message, abstract)
  2. Gospel (Christian; referent: book or work, a text)
  3. Gospel (title of canonical work by Mani)
sanctuary, chapel, church (of a monastery)
  1. a reasonable, logical thing
  2. legal claim against s.o. with regards to (object2:
Quite rightly, justly, reasonably (introduces and legitimizes demands/the need for a legal document to be drawn up or presented as evidence)
  1. to raise/furnish/provide (money, expenses)
  2. to supply (object: offering for a festival)
  1. prayer
  2. request (re: request to another human being, not supplication to a superhuman being)
a skin disease
a plant: abrotonum (?), artemisia (?)
an Ethiopian, a Nubian
a weed
  1. to write, draw up (implied: a document) (object: none)
  2. to write, draw up (object: legal document)
  3. to write, copy from (object2: original used for copying)
  4. to write, draw up by (object2: body part of subject)
  1. or (exclusive)
  2. and (inclusive)
  3. or rather, or precisely
  4. and, likewise (introduces a (follow-up/) new statement)
  5. and, likewise (introduces a follow-up condition (protasis); new statement)
  6. and, likewise, or (introduces a follow-up question)
  7. than, rather than
  1. that is to say, i.e.
  2. that means: (introduces the explanation/translation of a word by a synonym)
  3. or rather/alternatively
a measure
a fruit-tree
ⲑⲁⲗⲗⲓⲥⲑⲁⲗⲓⲉ, ...
  1. sack (a corn measure)
  2. sack (a monk's shirt)
ⲑⲉⲟⲫⲓⲗⲉⲥⲧⲁⲧⲟⲥⲑⲉⲟⲫⲓⲗ, ...
  1. most God-loving (substantive)
  2. most God-loving (honorific attribute used to address or refer to a(nother) clergyman or monk) (attributive)
  3. most God-loving (honorific attribute used to address or refer to a(nother) clergyman or monk) (inverted attributive; attributive referent)
ⲑⲏⲥⲁⲩⲣⲟⲥⲑⲉⲥⲁⲩⲣⲟⲥ, ...
  1. container
  2. treasury
  3. treasury (a heavenly place)
  4. treasure
case (made of leather, for a book?)
consulate of s.o. (object-clause: a Roman Emperor)
  1. chair, seat
  2. seat (of a bishop)
  3. pulpit
  4. chair, seat (God's throne-chariot, the Merkavah)
  1. to restore
  2. to set up, appoint s.o., put s.o. in charge
  3. to set up, appoint s.o., put s.o. in charge over s.o.
  4. to set up, appoint s.o., put s.o. in charge over
  5. to set up, appoint s.o. against s.o.
  6. to set up, appoint s.o. to do (object2: purpose clause)
  7. to set up, appoint s.o., put s.o. in charge to (object: a (certain) place)
  8. to set up, appoint s.o. as, put s.o. in charge as (object2: authority-figure)
  9. to set up, appoint s.o. as over s.o./, put s.o. in charge as over s.o./ (object3: object of authority)
  10. to set up
  1. for, in fact (as one would translate simply γάρ) (introduces explanatory clause)
  2. for also, for in fact (specifies
  3. furthermore, moreover (introduces a new idea)
  4. accordingly, and so
  5. indeed (emphasis)
  6. even though, although (concessive)
  7. for indeed, since (introduces protasis)
part of a house (on its roof)
  1. rightly, well, nobly
  2. completely, thoroughly, altogether
  3. good, rightly, correctly, properly (with ref. to a standard)
  4. very (with ref. to a standard)
  5. beautifully, nicely (with ref. to the outward form of things)
  6. rightly, very well, splendid (exclamation)
a type of (Persian) garment, kaftan
zealot, enthusiast (used as a surname)
a fish (Barbus bynni)
  1. rule, principle, instruction
  2. rod, stick
  3. canon (pertaining to construction work, precise meaning unclear)
  4. canon (decree of church council or church father)
  5. canon (a contribution for the clergy, consisting (partly?) of bread)
  6. plane, space (celestial structure)
  7. plane, space (inverted attributive, nominal referent; referent:celestial structure)
a cutting tool
set as a care, be careful, intent
carat (a coin)
  1. fortress, stronghold (Lat. castrum)
  2. fortress, stronghold (referring to a village or city) (Lat. castrum)
  3. fortress, stronghold (referring to a village or city) (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
fortress, stronghold (referring to a village or city) (Lat. castrum)
  1. foundation, creation (of the world)
  2. (instalment of a) payment
to empty (of a place: by leaving, deserting it)
  1. to be destroyed, dissolved (object: none)
  2. to destroy s.o.
  3. to destroy
  4. to put an end to, to abolish
  5. to withhold, keep away
  6. to to dissolve/annull (a legal document)
  1. to have a look, watch, contemplate (object: none)
  2. to observe, contemplate
cup, bowl (a measure; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
hundredweight (a measure for 100 lb)
a fish (Synodontis schall)
(a kind of vessel or container)
  1. chapter, section
  2. Chapters, Kephalaia (title of book)
  3. very/most important thing/piece of information
  4. principle, very/most important (thing) (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  5. very important/precious thing
  6. most important, principal (attributive)
  7. a large sum, capital, opp. interest or income (substamtive)
  1. roll (of a book)
  2. capital, chapiter
treasurer (of a monastery)
  1. community (of a village or farmstead)
  2. (craft) guild
a measure
part of a bird
  1. strike, beat
  2. make a repeated sound
a disease
a title or epithet
Corinthian, a person from Corinth
"raven" (a torture instrument)
a coin
  1. to be put in order, arranged (object: none)
  2. to put in order, arrange
  3. to be adorned (object: none)
  4. to be adorned with
  5. to adorn s.o.
  6. to adorn s.o. with
  7. to adorn
  8. to adorn with
  9. to bind, complete (a book) (object: book)
  10. to be bound, completed (of a book)
  1. of the world or the universe, secular (substantive)
  2. of the world or the universe, secular (attributive)
  3. worldly one (substantive; pejorative)
  4. worldly, of or belonging to the world (attributive; pejorative)
  5. worldly one/layman (substantive; neutral: worldly person as opposed to a monk)
  1. worldly one (substantive; pejorative)
  2. worldly one/layman (substantive; neutral: worldly person as opposed to a monk)
  3. worldly, of or belonging to the world (pejorative) (specific sense unclear)
  4. worldly, of or belonging to the world (attributive; pejorative)
  1. adornment, ornament
  2. order, organization
  3. expanse, wealth
  4. (the) world, (the) universe
  5. (the) world, (the) universe (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  6. (the) world, (the) universe (in a pejorative sense)
  7. (the) world, (the) universe (in a pejorative sense; inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  8. worlds (plurale tantum - celestial, cosmic expanses)
  9. world (lit. "worlds") (plurale tantum - terrestrial cosmos)
  10. world, age, era
  11. worldly, terrestrial (attributive)
a bird
a vessel
a plant (Lawsonia inermis)
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