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ⲁⲅⲁⲑⲟⲛ--
  1. good (substantive; general, or specific sense unclear)
  2. good (attributive; general, or specific sense unclear)
  3. good (inverted attributive, nominal referent; general, or specific sense unclear)
  4. good thing, one (abstract); goodness (substantive; referent: abstract concept)
  5. The Good (substantive; referent: the Transcendent First Principle)
  6. act of good(ness); good deed (substantive)
  7. goods, possessions (substantive; singular or specified determination; context: belongings)
  8. goods, possessions (substantive; plural determination; context: belongings)
  9. goods (substantive; context: consumption)
  10. good (thing); i.e., blessing, sacrament (substantive)
  11. good things, blessings (enjoyed by a saved soul in heaven) (plurale tantum) (substantive)
ⲁⲅⲁⲡⲏ--
  1. love
  2. lovely, beloved (attributive; general, or specific sense unclear)
  3. love for s.o. (object: person)
  4. love, beloved (referent: person)
  5. kindness, charity (abstract)
  6. kindness, charity (abstract; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  7. favor; (act/gift of) kindness/benefaction/charity; alms; offering
  8. favor; (act/gift of) kindness/benefaction/charity; alms; offering (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  9. love (celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  10. kindness, benevolence (honorific)
  11. love-feast, ritual meal
  12. love-feast, ritual meal (attributive)
ⲁⲓⲧⲉⲓ--
  1. to ask, demand (object: none)
  2. to ask, request of s.o.
  3. to ask for, demand s.o.
  4. to ask for, demand s.th.
  5. to ask s.th. from s.o.
  6. to ask s.th. for oneself from s.o. (object1: dativus ethicus; object2: person asked)
  7. to ask s.o. (for) s.th.
  8. to ask s.o. about s.th.
  9. to ask s.o. that (object2: direct statement (action))
  10. to ask s.o. (implied: for s.th.) on behalf of s.o.
  11. to ask s.o. for s.o.
  12. to ask for s.th. (object: direct statement)
  13. to ask for s.th. (object: dependent clause)
  14. to ask s.o. to do s.th. (object2: purpose clause)
  15. to ask for s.th., so that s.th. (object2: purpose clause)
  16. to ask for s.th. on behalf of s.o., so that s.th. (object3: purpose clause)
  17. to ask s.o. because of s.th. to do s.th. (object3: purpose clause)
  18. to ask, inquire s.o. of s.th. (object2: direct statement (content of question))
  19. to petition, pray to, entreat s.o.
  20. to ask for, demand s.th. (object: a celestial being to be emanated by a superior generative force)
ⲁⲙⲁϩⲧⲉ--
  1. prevail, rule, be in possession, valid, lay hold on
  2. grasp, embrace, possess, restrict, detain
ⲁⲙⲁϩⲧⲉ--
power, possession
ⲁⲙⲛⲧⲉ--
  1. netherworld, hades, hell
  2. west (realm of the dead)
ⲁⲙⲟⲩⲛ--
the god Amun
ⲁⲙⲣⲉ--
baker
ⲁⲙⲣⲏϩⲉ--
bitumen, asphalt
ⲁⲙϩⲣⲏⲣⲉ--
scarab
ⲁⲛ--
enclitic negative particle
ⲁⲛⲁⲭⲱⲣⲉⲓ--
  1. to withdraw, take refuge (object: none)
  2. to withdraw oneself, depart (object: reflexive; context: physical movement)
  3. to withdraw oneself, depart (object: dativus ethicus; context: physical movement)
  4. to withdraw to s.th. (object: place)
  5. to withdraw oneself to (object1: dativus ethicus; object2: place)
  6. to withdraw from s.o.
  7. to withdraw oneself from s.o. (object1: dativus ethicus)
  8. to withdraw from s.th. (object: place)
  9. to withdraw, ascend (object: none)
  10. to withdraw oneself, ascend (object: dativus ethicus; context: cognitive / noetic, i.e. meditative)
  11. to withdraw, ascend to s.th. (object: divine; context: cognitive / noetic, i.e. meditative)
ⲁⲛⲉⲭⲉ--
  1. to endure, put up, bear, persist (object: none)
  2. to endure, put up with, bear with s.o.
  3. to endure, put up with, bear with s.th.
  4. to endure, be patient in the face of s.th.
  5. to wait (object: reflexive; lit.: to restrain oneself)
  6. to tarry, delay (object: none)
  7. to tarry, delay doing s.th. (object: act, deed)
  8. to suffer, allow, let s.o. do s.th. (object2: act, deed)
  9. to dare, allow oneself to do s.th.
  10. [error] to sue for s.th. (ἐνάγω is meant)
  11. to do/put forth s.th.
  12. to accept, agree
  13. to accept, agree to do s.th. (with infinitive)
ⲁⲡⲁ--
abbot ("father"); title of reverence
ⲁⲡⲉ--
  1. head
  2. magistrate, chief
  3. capital of money, total, poll tax
ⲁⲡⲉ--
  1. head
  2. magistrate, chief
ⲁⲡⲉⲓ--
a purple dye-stuff
ⲁⲡⲟⲗⲟⲅⲓⲍⲉ--
  1. to pay back (one's debt) (object: none)
  2. to (re)pay s.th. (a debt or fine)
  3. to pay s.o. back, reimburse s.o.
  4. to (re)pay for s.th.
  5. to pay/reimburse s.o. for s.th. (object 2: price of s.th. or a debt owed)
  6. to reimburse s.o. for s.th. until/during ... (object 3: deadline for payment of debt)
  7. to reimburse s.o. until/during ... (object 2: deadline for payment of debt)
  8. to pay s.th. to s.o. on account of s.th. (object1: money; object3: thing paid for)
  9. to defend, plead (object: none)
  10. to defend (oneself) against s.o.
  11. to refute, respond (object: none)
  12. to refute, respond to s.o.
  13. to refute, respond to s.th. (object: content)
  14. to refute, respond to s.o. in s.th. (object2: content)
  15. to argue, respond on behalf of s.o. to s.o.
  16. to refute, respond to s.o. due to s.th.
  17. to defend oneself against s.o. with s.th.
ⲁⲡⲟⲧⲁⲡⲁⲧ, ...
cup, chalice
ⲁⲣⲁ--
door-ring
ⲁⲣⲉⲁⲗⲉ
pail, bucket
ⲁⲣⲏⲃ--
pledge, deposit (of money)
ⲁⲣⲏⲩ--
perhaps
ⲁⲣⲓⲕⲉ--
blame, fault
ⲁⲣⲓⲙ--
saltwort
ⲁⲣⲓⲣⲉ--
do!
ⲁⲣⲭⲉⲓ--
  1. to begin (intransitive: to be started)
  2. to begin (transitive: to start; object: none)
  3. to begin to do s.th. (specific sense and/or object unclear)
  4. to begin to do s.th. (object: act, deed)
  5. to begin s.th., be the start of s.th. (object: set, group, category)
  6. to begin from s.th. (trans.)
  7. to be prior, superior to s.th. (object: metaphysical principle)
  8. to rule (object: none)
  9. to rule over s.o.
  10. to rule over s.o./s.th. through s.th./s.o. (object2: source of authority)
  11. to rule over s.th.
  12. to rule from X until Y (stars; object: space of time)
ⲁⲣⲭⲏ--
  1. source, origin, beginning (referent: place (in a metaphorical sense, too))
  2. source, principle of s.th. (object: content)
  3. beginning, start (referent: point of time)
  4. beginning, birth (referent: point of time)
  5. first day (of the month)
  6. original state
  7. source, principle (of everything; the heavens and cosmos, etc.)
  8. source, principle of s.th. (of everything; the heavens and cosmos, etc.)
  9. fore, first, prime (attributive)
  10. end, corner (of a talisman)
  11. beginning (of a text)
  12. (documentary-like) beginning
  13. rule (general, or specific sense unclear)
  14. head, ruler, chief (figurative)
  15. domain, empire (realm over which one's sovereignty extends)
  16. office, public authority
  17. principality (member of class of benevolent heavenly beings)
  18. principality (member of class of malevolent rulers of the cosmos)
  19. primacy (of angels in heaven)
  20. principle, element
  21. branch, source (of a river); river
  22. at the beginning (of the indiction)
ⲁⲣⲭⲱⲛ--
  1. ruler
  2. nobleman, notable
  3. nobleman, notable (attributive)
  4. nobleman, notable (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  5. official, clerk, magistrate
  6. official, clerk, magistrate (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  7. ancient one, old one
  8. archon (benevolent superhuman being)
  9. archon (malevolent superhuman being)
  10. archon (malevolent superhuman being; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  11. archon (malevolent superhuman being; inverted attributive, attributive referent)
  12. archon (superhuman being; disposition unclear)
  13. Archon (i.e., the "big one" - a demiurge)
  14. Archon (i.e., the "big one" - a demiurge; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  15. ruler, leader (of an Israelite tribe)
ⲁⲥⲡⲁⲍⲉ--
  1. to greet, welcome, embrace, kiss s.o.
  2. to greet, welcome, embrace, kiss s.o. (object: reflexive)
  3. to greet, welcome, embrace, kiss s.th.
  4. to greet, welcome, embrace, kiss s.th. (object: metaphor for honored recepient of letter)
  5. to kiss s.o.
  6. to kiss s.o. on s.th. (object2: body part)
  7. to kiss s.o. with s.th. (with the mouth of the kisser)
  8. to kiss s.th.
  9. to worship (object: none)
  10. to worship s.th.
  11. to kiss s.o. (to give the kiss of peace)
ⲁⲩⲝⲁⲛⲉ--
  1. to grow (object: none)
  2. to grow with respect to s.th. (object: human capacity)
  3. to grow by/through s.th.
  4. to make s.th. grow, increase s.th. in number (object: group)
  5. to make s.o. grow in strength, to strengthen s.o.
  6. to let s.o. grow, strengthen s.o. in respect to s.th.
ⲃⲱⲗ (ⲉⲃⲟⲗ)--
  1. loosen (chains, cords), break (seal)
  2. unclose (womb)
  3. unfold (book)
  4. be melted
  5. release, terminate (fast)
  6. be dispersed, scattered (of dust)
  7. dissolve, nullify (drugs, magic)
  8. be loose (hair, sand)
  9. relax, annul (laws, legal deeds)
  10. absolve (sins)
  11. destroy
  12. resolve (difficulties), comte to terms
  13. pay (penalty)
  14. go to pieces, perish
  15. slacken, grow weak, faint
  16. be wearied
  17. be loosened, paralysed
  18. be released, die
  19. upset, unhinge (morally)
  20. be dissolute, loose (in conduct, doctrine)
ⲅⲉⲛⲟⲥ--
  1. class, kind, sort, species (of living things)
  2. class, kind, sort, species (of non-living things)
  3. class, kind, sort, species (of abstractions)
  4. race, species (of human beings)
  5. race, species (of superhuman beings)
  6. race, species (attributive; of superhuman beings)
  7. family, lineage, kin
  8. race, ethnicity
  9. people, nation
  10. (religious) group, race (of Christians)
  11. (elect) race, species (epithet for elect [or non-elect] group)
  12. (elect) race, species (attributive; epithet for elect [or non-elect] group)
  13. (elect) race, species (inverted attributive; epithet for elect [or non-elect] group)
  14. class, kind, genus (one of the logical differentiae)
ⲇⲓⲁⲕⲟⲛⲉⲓ--
  1. to serve (object: none)
  2. to serve, minister to s.o.
  3. to serve s.th.
  4. to serve, supply by/with s.th.
  5. to serve, supply s.o. by/with s.th.
  6. to serve, supply s.th. by/with s.th.
  7. to serve, minister at s.th. (ob2: sanctuary, altar)
  8. to attend to, to look after s.o.
  9. to attend to, to look after s.th.
  10. to give assistance, supply the means for s.th.
  11. to do one's business (perform domestic or charitable service) (object: none)
ⲇⲟⲕⲓⲙⲁⲍⲉ--
  1. to make an examination (object: none)
  2. to examine/assess s.o.
  3. to examine/assess s.th
  4. to examine/assess s.th (object: clause; dependent statement)
  5. to read s.th. (object: omen; purpose: divination)
  6. to try, test s.o.
  7. to try, test s.th.
  8. to try, test s.th. with s.th.
  9. to try, test s.o. in s.th. (object2: discipline requiring qualification)
  10. to try, test s.th. in s.th. (object2: according to certain patterns)
  11. to try, test s.o., regarding if (object2: dependent statement)
  12. to confirm, attest to s.th.
  13. to approve of s.o.
  14. to think s.o. fit(ting) of (object: act, deed)
ⲇⲩⲛⲁⲙⲓⲥ--
  1. power (general, or precise sense unclear)
  2. power (general, or precise sense unclear; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  3. might, force, power
  4. might, force, power (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  5. power (creative or demiurgic)
  6. power (creative or demiurgic; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  7. power (first principles; metaphysical principles)
  8. power (first principles; metaphysical principles; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  9. act, deed (of power)
  10. force, authority, validity (of a document or obligation)
  11. Power (benevolent celestial being)
  12. power (benevolent celestial being; an aeon)
  13. Power (inverted attributive, nominal referent; referent: benevolent celestial being)
  14. Power (malevolent celestial being)
  15. Power (attributive; malevolent celestial being)
  16. Power (superhuman being; disposition unclear)
  17. Power (a celestial place)
  18. Power (a celestial place, inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  19. (drawing of the) Power (a superhuman being to be drawn on an amulet)
ⲉ---
  1. to, for, according to, as regards
  2. for, in order to
  3. about, because of
  4. from, by means of
  5. towards, to
  6. against
  7. indicating debt or responsibility
  8. ethic dative
  9. distance of time (past or fut): until, since
  10. distance of place, separation, freedom from
  11. distributive
  12. comparison
  13. elliptic
  14. in adverbial expressions
  15. indicating direct obj.
  16. co-ordinating a second verb
ⲉⲕⲕⲗⲏⲥⲓⲁ--
  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)
ⲉⲛⲉⲣⲅⲉⲓ--
  1. to work, be active, have an effect (object: none)
  2. to work, labor (object: none)
  3. to act, be active, possess activity (object: none)
  4. to act, be active, possess activity in some manner
  5. to be able to do s.th. (object: inf.)
  6. to be engaged in s.th.
  7. to incite, instigate s.o., be at work in s.o., have an effect on s.o. (subject: superhuman being)
  8. to enable, drive s.o. (to do something)
  9. to control s.th. (object: malevolent superhuman being)
  10. to produce, make s.th.
  11. to have an effect on, work on s.th.
  12. to set s.o./s.th. to s.th.
  13. to work, produce s.th. in s.o.
  14. to cause s.th. to do s.th.
ⲉⲝⲟⲩⲥⲓⲁ--
  1. authority, power, right
  2. authority, power, right (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  3. authority, power over s.o.
  4. authority, power over s.th.
  5. authority, power over s.o., so as to s.th. (object2: purpose clause)
  6. authority, power over s.th., so as to s.th. (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)
ⲉⲡⲏⲡ--
name of 11th month
ⲉⲡⲓⲕⲁⲗⲉⲓ--
  1. to invoke, call upon to s.o.
  2. to invoke, call upon s.th.
  3. invoke, call upon, summon s.o. (object: a superhuman entity or force)
  4. to invoke, call upon s.o. to do s.th. (object2: ⲉ + Inf.)
  5. to invoke, call upon s.o. to do s.th. (object2: imperative)
  6. invoke, call upon, summon s.o. by s.th. (object1: a superhuman entity or force; object2: means of summoning)
  7. to invoke, call upon s.th.
  8. to invoke, call upon s.th. to do s.th (object2: ϫⲉⲕⲁⲥ + Fut. 3)
  9. to utter an incantation, to pray (object: none)
  10. to utter an incantation, gave an invocation over s.th.
  11. to utter an incantation, gave an invocation by the means of s.th.
ⲑⲣⲟⲛⲟⲥ--
  1. throne, seat
  2. throne (of (arch)bishops)
  3. seat (base, place, dwelling-place for archbishops)
  4. throne (of God)
  5. throne (chariot) (of God - the Merkavah)
  6. throne (chariot) (inverted attributive; of God - the Merkavah)
  7. throne (in or from heaven, for celestial beings)
  8. throne (in heaven, for earthly saints)
  9. throne (of Jesus in heaven)
  10. seat (of s.th.) (object: abstract quality)
  11. reign, dominion, power, majesty
  12. Throne (heavenly being, benevolent)
  13. Throne (heavenly being, malevolent)
ⲕⲁⲣⲡⲟⲥ--
  1. fruit (of trees etc.)
  2. harvest (substantive)
  3. harvest (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  4. crops (in general), agricultural produce
  5. seed, offspring
  6. product, handiwork
  7. product, yield, profit
  8. fruitful, profitable (attributive)
  9. fruit, product (metaphor)
  10. fruit (metaphor for (human) body hair)
  11. fruit (metaphor for charity)
ⲕⲁⲧⲁ--
  1. according to, by
  2. by, upon (the name of) x (invocation of the power of so-and-so)
  3. during, at, on (marker of temporal aspect)
  4. over, through, along, in, upon (marker of spatial aspect)
  5. each, every; in, among (distributive usage)
  6. with commensurate pay(ment) (distributive of quantity; object: sum of money)
  7. at the rate of, corresponds to (X corresponds to Y)
  8. the rate of (given the rate of X for Y)
  9. by, over (for fractions)
  10. befitting, appropriate to, in accordance with
  11. something befitting, appropriate to, in accordance with
  12. one equal to, like s.th.
  13. against (adversative)
  14. against (adversative)
  15. concerning, about, in respect of
ⲕⲉⲗⲉⲩⲉ--
  1. to command (specific sense or usage unclear)
  2. to command, to be in charge, to issue orders (object: none)
  3. to command, order, ordain by s.th., according to s.th.
  4. to order s.th.
  5. to command s.th. to s.o.
  6. to command the following / that (object: dependent statement)
  7. to command that (object: purpose or result clause)
  8. to command to do s.th. (object: infinitive or conjugated infinitive)
  9. to command, give instructions to s.o.
  10. to command s.o. that (object2: direct statement)
  11. to command s.o. to do s.th.
  12. to command s.th. to do s.th.
  13. to appoint, assign s.o.
  14. to appoint, assign s.th. to s.o.
  15. [error] to be owner (κυριεύω is meant) (object: none)
  16. [error] to be owner of s.th. (κυριεύω is meant)
  17. to entreat/demand s.th.
ⲕⲟⲥⲙⲟⲥ--
  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)
ⲕⲣⲓⲛⲉ--
  1. to judge (object: none)
  2. to judge s.o.
  3. to judge between s.o.
  4. to decide s.th.'s judgment, rule on s.th.
  5. to decide s.th.'s judgment, rule on s.th. (figura etymologica)
  6. to judge with (reference to) s.th.
  7. to judge s.o. with (reference to) s.th.
  8. to judge s.th. with (reference to) s.th.
  9. to judge s.th. with (reference to) s.th. (figura etymologica)
  10. to choose, decide to do s.th. (object: act, deed)
  11. to sue s.o. to do s.th. (object: act, deed)
  12. to reckon, consider s.th. for oneself (object2: reflexive)
  13. to think s.o. to be s.th. (object2: dependent statement)
  14. to lead, rule (object: none)
  15. to condemn s.o.
  16. to condemn s.o. to s.th.
  17. to condemn s.o. for s.th.
  18. to prefer to do s.th. (object: act, deed)
  19. to separate, divide s.th.
ⲕⲱⲗⲩⲉ--
  1. to prevent, hinder s.o.
  2. to prevent, hinder s.o. from doing s.th. (object2: act, deed)
  3. to prevent, hinder s.th.
  4. to prevent, hinder s.th. from doing s.th.
  5. to keep back, hold back, withhold s.th.
  6. to keep back, hold back s.o. from s.th.
  7. to refuse, to deny s.o.
  8. to refuse, to deny s.o. to do s.th. (object2: verb of movement)
  9. to refuse, to deny s.th. to s.o.
  10. to forbid s.o. to do s.th. (object2: act, deed)
  11. to forbid s.o. because of s.th. (object2: direct statement)
ⲗⲟⲅⲟⲥ--
  1. word, saying, speech
  2. declaration, statement, announcement
  3. discourse, account, discussion
  4. (pronounce the) formula (injunction to pronounce formula, whether already understood or about to be given)
  5. (pronounce the) formula to/over s.th. (object: ritual device)
  6. rational human speech
  7. reason, rational thought (= Lat. ratio)
  8. discourse, treatise (title of a literary work)
  9. discourse, treatise (title of a literary work; inverse attributive, nominal referent)
  10. sermon, homily
  11. sermon, homily (title of a literary work)
  12. Word, i.e. Scripture
  13. divine reason, thought, discourse; logos!
  14. divinely rational, discursive (attributive)
  15. prophecy, oracle, revelation (from God to humanity)
  16. Word (preincarnate Son of God)
  17. Word (physically incarnate in the person of Jesus of Nazareth)
  18. Discourse, Word (benevolent celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  19. Discourse, Word (inverted attributive, nominal referent; referent: benevolent celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  20. account, reckoning
  21. promise, word
  22. promise (referent: ⲗⲟⲅⲟⲥ ⲙ-ⲡⲛⲟⲩⲧⲉ or similar documents)
  23. amount, sum
  24. worth, value (put on a person or thing)
  25. of arithmetic, ratio (attributive)
ⲙⲁⲕⲁⲣⲓⲟⲥ--
  1. blessed (general, or specific sense unclear)
  2. blessed (attributive; general, or specific sense unclear)
  3. blessed (inverted attributive, attributive referent)
  4. deceased, the late, lit. blessed one
  5. deceased, late (lit.: blessed) ones = parents or other/earlier forebears (plurale tantum) (substantive)
  6. deceased, the late, lit. blessed (attributive)
  7. deceased, the late, lit. blessed (inverted attributive; attributive referent)
  8. blessed one (epithet of benevolent celestial agents, saints, and biblical figures)
  9. blessed (attributive; epithet of benevolent celestial beings)
  10. Blessed One (of human beings)
  11. Blessed One (benevolent celestial hypostasis)
ⲙⲉⲗⲉⲧⲁ--
  1. to take care of, to attend to s.th.
  2. to ponder, contemplate (object: none)
  3. to contemplate, meditate upon s.o.
  4. to ponder, contemplate s.th.; to meditate upon s.th.
  5. to be aware, mindful of/that (object: dependent statement)
  6. to train, become trained (object: none)
  7. to study, train, practice, learn, memorize (general, or more specific sense unclear) (object: none)
  8. to study, train, practice, learn, memorize (general, or more specific sense unclear) (with) s.th.
  9. to recite, memorize s.th.
  10. to repeat, invoke s.th.
  11. to proclaim, utter
ⲙⲉⲣⲟⲥ--
  1. part, share
  2. part, share (abstract)
  3. something partial, incomplete, not full
  4. piece, part (physical)
  5. piece, part (inverted attributive, nominal referent; physical referent)
  6. body part, limb
  7. part, individual (as opposed to a universal, whole)
  8. part, individual (attributive; as opposed to a universal, whole)
  9. allotment, allowance, share (of property/money owned or owed)
  10. party, side
  11. subject, plea, topic (of legal discussion)
  12. part, share (of salvation)
  13. part, share (elect group; those to be saved)
  14. region, area
  15. degree
ⲙⲩⲥⲧⲏⲣⲓⲟⲛ--
  1. mystery, secret
  2. mystery, secret (attributive)
  3. mystery, secret (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  4. secret (personal, mundane)
  5. mystery (divine secret or mystery in general)
  6. mystery (inverted attributive, nominal referent; referent: divine secret or mystery in general)
  7. mystery (i.e., allegory; symbolism to be interpreted)
  8. secret, mystery (salvific)
  9. secret, mystery (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  10. ritual, mystery-rite (no pejorative sense)
  11. initiation, mystery-rite (pejorative sense; profane ritual)
  12. secret, mystery (synonym for the sacraments)
  13. mystery (benevolent superhuman being)
  14. mystery (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  15. (Book of the) Mysteries (title of canonical work by Mani)
ⲛⲟⲉⲓ--
  1. to think, understand (object: none)
  2. to understand, know, realize, recognize s.th. (object: cognitive, abstract)
  3. to understand, realize, recognize that (object: dependent statement)
  4. to understand, realize, recognize of s.o. that (object2: dependent statement)
  5. to understand, realize, recognize s.o. (object: metaphor for person)
  6. to understand, reflect in/with s.th.
  7. to notice, perceive, observe s.th.
  8. to know (how to do s.th.), to be able (to do s.th.) (object: none)
  9. to know (how to do s.th.), to be able (to do s.th.)
  10. to consider, reflect, think s.th.
  11. to consider, reflect, think (introduces dependent statement (object-clause))
  12. to know, contemplate, meditate upon s.o. (object: a heavenly being)
  13. to know, contemplate, meditate upon s.o. (object: reflexive)
  14. to be learned, knowledgeable (object: none)
ⲟⲛⲟⲙⲁⲍⲉ--
  1. to mention s.o. by name
  2. to mention s.th. by name
  3. to mention the name of s.o./s.th.
  4. to name, give a name (object: none)
  5. to name, give a name to s.o.
  6. to name, give a name to s.th.
  7. to call upon, invoke (object: none)
  8. to call upon s.o., invoke s.o. (by name) (object: celestial being named)
  9. to call upon s.th., invoke the name of
  10. to recite s.th. (object: prayer, etc.)
  11. to make s.o. famous
ⲡⲁⲣⲁⲅⲉ--
  1. to pass by, to go past, to bypass (object: none)
  2. to pass, go by (of time) (object: none)
  3. to pass s.o. by, to bypass s.o.
  4. to pass by s.th., to go past, bypass s.th.
  5. to pass before s.o. with s.th.
  6. to visit, pass through (object: none)
  7. to visit/pass through somewhere (object: place)
  8. to visit, encounter s.o.
  9. to solicit, bother s.o.
  10. to befall, visit upon s.o. (subject: negative event)
  11. to sue s.o.
  12. to sue s.o. for s.th. (object2: subject of dispute)
  13. to leave, move along, go away (object: none)
  14. to leave/depart (euphemism for dying) (object: none)
  15. to leave/depart from s.o. (euphemism for dying) (object2: person)
  16. to pass away, to come to an end (referent: world; object: none)
  17. to pass into s.th. (object: place)
  18. to pass into, be transformed into s.th. (object: state)
  19. to put s.th. forth
  20. to lead astray, to pervert, to influence s.o.
ⲡⲁⲣⲁⲕⲁⲗⲉⲓ--
  1. to call to s.o.
  2. to beseech, entreat, beg (object: none)
  3. to beseech, entreat, beg saying (object: direct statement)
  4. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o.
  5. to beseech, ask s.o. for s.th.
  6. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o. on behalf of s.o.
  7. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o. to do s.th. (object2: content of entreaty)
  8. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o. on behalf of s.o. to do s.th. (object3: content of entreaty)
  9. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o. to do s.th. (object2: imperative)
  10. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o.: s.th. (object2: direct statement [quoted content of entreaty])
  11. to beseech, entreat, beg s.o., saying (object2: circumstantial [introducing content of entreaty])
  12. to beseech, entreat, invoke s.o. (object1: superhuman being)
  13. to beseech, entreat, invoke s.o. by s.th. (object1: superhuman being; object2: means of authority)
  14. to beseech, entreat, invoke s.o. by s.th. to do s.th. (object1: superhuman being; object2: means of authority; object3: purpose clause)
  15. to beseech, entreat, invoke s.o. concerning s.th. (object1: superhuman being; object2: purpose of entreaty)
  16. to beseech, entreat, invoke s.o. to do s.th. (object1: superhuman being; object2: purpose of entreaty)
  17. to (be)calm, console, comfort s.o.
  18. to be friendly to s.o., to speak to s.o. in a friendly manner
ⲡⲁⲣⲑⲉⲛⲟⲥ--
  1. (female) virgin
  2. virgin, virginal (attributive)
  3. virgin, virginal (inverted attributive; attributive referent)
  4. young woman
  5. chaste woman
  6. ''the'' Virgin Mary (attributive)
  7. ''the'' Virgin (Mary) (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  8. ''the'' Virgin (Mary)
  9. (male) virgin
  10. virgin (gender unclear, or reference to both male and female together)
  11. virgin (in lists with orphans, monks, abstainers, etc.)
  12. virgin (Manichaean ascetic)
  13. virgin (benevolent celestial being)
  14. virgin (benevolent celestial being; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  15. virgin, virginal (attributive; of benevolent celestial beings)
  16. virgin, virginal one (inverted attributive, nominal referent; of benevolent celestial beings)
  17. virgin, virgin (inverted attributive, attributive referent; of benevolent celestial beings)
  18. Virgo ("the virgin")
ⲡⲁⲣⲣⲏⲥⲓⲁ--
  1. freedom, frankness, boldness, confidence
  2. freedom, frankness, boldness, confidence (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  3. freedom of action / speech (of Christ)
  4. freedom of action / speech (of angels)
  5. freedom of action / speech (of angels) (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  6. freedom of action / speech (of disciples and saints)
  7. freedom of action / speech (of martyrs-to-be)
  8. freedom of action / speech (of martyrs-to-be) (attributive)
  9. freedom of action / speech (of believers)
  10. freedom of action / speech (of believers) to do s.th.
  11. confidence, trust (in s.o.) (in God)
  12. opportunity to speak out publicly
ⲡⲉⲓⲑⲉ--
  1. to be persuaded, agree, consent (object: none)
  2. to be persuaded, agree, consent (in approaching a legal document, usually coupled with ⲟⲩⲱϣ) (object: none)
  3. to agree, consent with s.o.
  4. to listen to, obey, be persuaded by s.o.
  5. to be persuaded, agree, consent with s.o. about s.th.
  6. to be persuaded, sure, convinced of s.th. (object: content)
  7. to be persuaded, agree, consent to s.th.
  8. to be persuaded, agree, consent to do s.th.
  9. to agree with s.o. to do s.th., to obey s.o. and do s.th. (object2: action agreed upon)
  10. to be persuaded that, agree with, consent to s.o. doing s.th.
  11. to persuade, appeal to s.o.
  12. to persuade, appeal to s.o. about s.th.
  13. to persuade, appeal s.o. to do s.th. (object2: purpose clause)
  14. to persuade, appeal to s.o. that (object2: dependent statement)
  15. to persuade, appeal to s.o. by means of, with recourse to s.th.
  16. to let s.o. come to an agreement, to bring about an agreement (between two parties)
  17. to satisfy s.o. with s.th. (object2: an oath sworn in a church)
  18. to satisfy s.o. with s.th.
  19. to seduce s.o.
  20. to believe in, trust in s.ο.
  21. to believe in, trust in s.th.
ⲡⲓⲥⲧⲉⲩⲉ--
  1. to believe (object: none)
  2. to believe (in) s.o.
  3. to believe (in) s.th.
  4. to believe that (object: dependent statement; content of belief)
  5. to believe s.o., that s.th. (object2: dependent statement (content of belief))
  6. to trust (object: none)
  7. to trust (in), rely on s.o.
  8. to trust (in) s.th.
  9. to entrust s.th. to s.o.
  10. to believe (object: none. Content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  11. to believe s.o. (Content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  12. to believe s.o. that (object2: dependent statement. Content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  13. to believe in s.o. (Content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  14. to believe in s.th. (Content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  15. to believe in s.o. (Object of belief: superhuman being)
  16. to come to believe in s.o./s.th. (ingressive; object of belief: superhuman being)
  17. to believe that (object: dependent statement; content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  18. to believe because of s.th. (content of belief: regarding Jesus Christ's divinity)
  19. to be convinced of s.th., find confirmation of s.th. (object: content)
ⲡⲓⲥⲧⲓⲥ--
  1. trust, belief
  2. confirmation, understanding, belief
  3. faithfulness
  4. faithfulness (attributive)
  5. (oath of good) faith
  6. faith, belief
  7. faithful (attributive)
  8. faith, belief (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  9. Faith, i.e. Christianity (self-designating epithet)
  10. faith, belief, creed (of the late ancient theological controversies)
  11. Faith, Pistis (benevolent celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  12. [error] trustworthy one = witness(?) (πιστός/πιστικός is meant)
ⲡⲓⲥⲧⲟⲥ--
  1. faithful, trusting (substantive)
  2. faithful, trusting (attributive)
  3. trustworthy (substantive)
  4. trustworthy (attributive)
  5. trusted with s.th. (substantive; a responsibility/an office)
  6. believing (in the Christian faith) (substantive)
  7. believing (in the Christian faith) (attributive)
  8. believing (in the Christian faith) (inverted attributive, attributive referent)
  9. faithful (epithet for Manichaeans) (substantive)
  10. novice (in a monastery) (substantive)
  11. novice (in a monastery) (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  12. novice (in a monastery) (attributive)
ⲡⲛⲉⲩⲙⲁⲡⲁ, ...
  1. spirit
  2. spiritual (attributive)
  3. spirit (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  4. Spirit (of God) (epithet for the supreme Deity or His activity)
  5. Spirit (of God) (epithet for the supreme Deity or His activity; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  6. spirit, breath, wind (creative, vivifying, or cosmogonic)
  7. inspiration, spirit (of prophecy, revelation, or vision)
  8. spirit (of Life; bestows salvation)
  9. spirit (property or manifestation of God; more specific sense unclear)
  10. spirit (benevolent superhuman being)
  11. spiritual (attributive; benevolent superhuman being)
  12. spirit (inverted attributive, nominal referent; benevolent superhuman being)
  13. demon, spirit (malevolent superhuman being)
  14. demon, spirit of s.th. (malevolent superhuman being; object: abstraction)
  15. Despised / Counterfeit / Opposing Spirit (malevolent superhuman being)
  16. spirit (superhuman being, disposition unclear)
  17. spirit, sense, feeling, essence of s.th.
  18. spirit, soul (of the dead) (post-mortem)
  19. wind
  20. windy, of wind (attributive)
  21. windy, superfluous, superficial (attributive)
  22. breath
  23. soul, mind, spirit (principle of mind and self)
  24. spirit (vivifying, as part of the human being; in opposition to ψυχή and/or σῶμα or σάρξ)
  25. spirit (attributive; vivifying, as part of the human being; in opposition to ψυχή and/or σῶμα)
  26. spirit (as opposed to ψυχή and/or σάρξ, σῶμα)
  27. consciousness, awareness, spirit (rational faculty in humans)
  28. life, breath, spirit (vivifying, animating; that which bestows life)
  29. fellowship, company, belonging
  30. person
ⲡⲣⲟⲫⲏⲧⲉⲩⲉ--
  1. to prophesy (object: none)
  2. to prophesy to s.o.
  3. to prophesy s.th.
  4. to prophesy s.th. to s.o.
  5. to prophesy to s.o., that s.th. (object2: direct statement)
  6. to prophesy about (against?) s.o.
  7. to prophesy about s.o., that s.th. (object2: circumstantial (introducing content of prophecy))
  8. to prophesy concerning s.th.
  9. to prophesy about s.th. through s.o.
  10. to prophesy that s.th. (object: dependent statement)
  11. to prophesy by s.o.
ⲥⲫⲣⲁⲅⲓⲍⲉ--
  1. to make the sign of the cross (object: none)
  2. to seal up, close off s.th.
  3. to seal, mark s.o. (more specific sense unclear)
  4. to seal, mark s.o. (not with the sign of the cross)
  5. to seal, mark s.o. with s.th. (object: not the sign of the cross)
  6. to seal, mark s.o. in order/so that (with negative purpose clause)
  7. to seal, mark s.o. (with the sign of the cross)
  8. to seal, mark s.o. on s.th. (with the sign of the cross object2: body part)
  9. to seal, mark s.o. with s.th. (with the sign of the cross object2: body part)
  10. to seal, mark s.th. (with the sign of the cross)
  11. to mark/brand s.o. (for prisoners and convicts)
ⲥⲫⲣⲁⲅⲓⲥ--
  1. seal
  2. seal, impression, stamp outline
  3. seal (function: proof of authority)
  4. seal, stamp, charm (used in invocations as proof of authority over superhuman beings)
  5. seal, stamp, charm (used in invocations. inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  6. seal (as metaphor for Christian initiation [more precise sense unclear])
  7. seal (as metaphor for baptism)
  8. seal (instruction, rite, grade)
  9. seal (celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  10. (Five) Seals (a mysterious ritual)
  11. (Five) Seals (celestial hypostasis; an aeon)
  12. seal (of God)
ⲥⲱⲙⲁ--
  1. body
  2. body (attributive)
  3. body (inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  4. body (fleshly / material and so problematic)
  5. dead body, corpse
  6. bodily form, appearance, shape
  7. body, community (methphoric for a monstic comminuty; single member expressed by ⲙⲉⲗⲟⲥ)
  8. body (in opposition to πνεῦμα and/or ψυχή)
  9. (psychic) body (a body composed of ψυχή)
  10. (psychic) body (a body composed of ψυχή; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  11. (spiritual) body (a body composed of πνεῦμα)
  12. body (of Christ, i.e. the Church)
  13. body (of Christ, in the form of eucharistic bread)
  14. body (of Christ, in the form of eucharistic water)
  15. body (of Christ, in general or unspecified)
  16. body (of God the Father)
  17. body (of the Holy Spirit)
  18. person, companion, fellow
  19. body (s.th. that is stiff/solid)
  20. slave
  21. volume, cover (of a book)
ⲧⲩⲡⲟⲥ--
  1. mark, wound, imprint (physical)
  2. shape, model, structure (abstract; that from which a copy is made)
  3. shape, model, structure, pattern (abstract; primordial model from which a metaphysically inferior copy is made)
  4. form, appearance, guise
  5. copy, duplicate (abstract; the copy made from a preexisting model)
  6. copy (re: a text copied from a Vorlage)
  7. symbol, cipher, type
  8. symbol, cipher, type, foreshadowing (terminus technicus of theological exegesis)
  9. type, kind, character
  10. type, kind, character (attributive)
  11. possibility, the means for s.o. to do s.th. (object2: purpose clause)
  12. example, role model (in a normative sense)
  13. religious law
  14. (a certain) person, character
ⲫⲟⲣⲉⲓ--
  1. to bear, carry s.o.
  2. to bear, carry s.th.
  3. to bear, have s.th. (object: inner property of the subject)
  4. to bear, have s.th. (object: praise or glorification)
  5. to be dressed (object: adverb)
  6. to wear s.th. (object: clothes or decor)
  7. to don, put on s.th. (object: clothes or decor)
  8. to don, put on s.th. (object: name of celestial being)
  9. to don, put (s.th.) on s.th. (object: part of the body)
  10. to wear s.th. (object: a body)
  11. to don, put on s.th. (ingressive; object: a body)
  12. to wear s.o. (object: being with whom identity is shared)
  13. to bear, carry (object: Christ; epithet for addressee of Christian letters)
ⲫⲩⲥⲓⲥ--
  1. nature; natural form, shape
  2. nature, essence, kind
  3. nature, essence, kind (inverted attributive; nominal referent)
  4. nature, self, being (of divine persons)
  5. elect nature (one's quality of being saved [or not])
  6. nature, temperament, attitude, behavior
  7. appropriateness, sense
  8. nature, creation, world
  9. Nature (demiurgical, cosmic womb (of ambivalent mores) )
  10. creature, created being
  11. creature, animal, living thing
  12. physical body
  13. gender, sex
ⲭⲣⲉⲓⲁϫⲣⲏⲁ, ...
  1. duty, purpose, use
  2. purpose, use of doing s.th. (object: conjunctive clause)
  3. purpose, use of s.th., so that s.th. (object1: noun phrase, object2: result clause)
  4. need, want, necessity (specific sense unclear)
  5. need, want, necessity
  6. need, want, necessity (attributive)
  7. need of s.th.
  8. need to do s.th. (object: infinitive)
  9. thing needed by s.o.
  10. necessity/requirement for/(characteristic) of s.th.
  11. possessions, objects of utility
ⲭⲣⲱ--
  1. to be furnished with, possess s.th.
  2. to use (implied: the object at hand however one wishes) (object: none)
  3. to use s.th.
  4. to use/deal with s.o.
  5. to apply (object: none)
  6. to apply s.th (object: drug)
  7. to apply on/to s.th (object: afflicted body part; sick person)
  8. to apply against s.th (object: disease)
  9. to apply on s.th at a certain time (object: afflicted body part)
  10. to apply on s.th as s.th. (ob1: afflicted body part; sick person; ob2: dosage form)
  11. to apply s.th to/on s.th (object1: drug; object2: bodypart)
  12. to apply with s.th. (object: medical tool, i.e. pad, tampon, or with a drug/liquid)
  13. to apply as s.th. (object: dosage form, i.e. medical powder)
  14. to apply (at a certain time) (object: certain time)
ⲯⲩⲭⲏ--
  1. life, life-force
  2. soul, life (principle / substance of life)
  3. psychic, of soul (attributive)
  4. soul ("psychic" substance animating bodies, as opposed to πνεῦμα and/or σῶμα)
  5. soul ("psychic" substance animating bodies, as opposed to πνεῦμα and/or σῶμα; inverted attributive, nominal referent)
  6. soul ("psychic" substance animating bodies, as opposed to πνεῦμα and/or σῶμα; inverted attributive, attributive referent)
  7. (world-)soul (terrestrial hypostasis; an aeon)
  8. creature, created living being
  9. livelihood
  10. ensouled, animate (attributive)
  11. person, human being
  12. soul, mind (consciousness, inner self; seat of thought and action)
  13. attention, awareness
  14. (I greet you with all my [± heart and]) soul
  15. soul (context: salvation, post-mortem existence)
  16. soul (inverted attributive, nominal referent; context: salvation, post-mortem existence)
  17. soul (pre-existing before birth)
  18. soul (undergoing metasomatosis)
  19. soul, spirit (superhuman being)
  20. -self, oneself
ϩⲓⲕⲱⲛ--
  1. image (general, or specific sense unclear)
  2. appearance, form, shape, outline
  3. picture, image, depiction
  4. icon, image (of saints etc.; holy object)
  5. Image (illustrated canonical work by Mani)
  6. symbol, sign (of something)
  7. shade, phantom
  8. image (of the Invisible God)
  9. image (of God, according to which humanity was created)
  10. image (of God in humanity)
  11. likeness, image (of one of the four classes of creation, in the Four Creatures)
  12. image, reflection (of a superior grade of reality)
  13. face
  14. accord, agreement
ϩⲟⲙⲟⲗⲟⲅⲉⲓ--
  1. to profess, claim, declare (general, or specific sense unclear)
  2. to profess, claim, declare that (object: direct statement)
  3. to acknowledge, confess (object: none)
  4. to acknowledge, confess s.o.
  5. to acknowledge, confess s.th.
  6. to acknowledge, confess to s.o. s.th.
  7. to acknowledge, admit, confess that (object: dependent statement)
  8. to agree with s.o. (object: person)
  9. to agree with s.o. about s.th. (object2: thing agreed upon; dependent statement)
  10. to confess (object: none; context: theological)
  11. to confess s.o. (object: divine person)
  12. to confess s.o., that (object: divine person; object2: dependent statement)
  13. to confess before s.o. (object: God)
  14. to confess s.o. to be s.th. (object: divine person)
  15. to confess s.th.
  16. to confess, to admit that (object: dependent statement)
  17. to confess s.th. (object: direct statement)
  18. to promise s.th.
  19. to promise to do s.th. (object: purpose clause)
  20. to promise not to do s.th. (object: purpose clause)
  21. to promise s.o. that (object2: direct statement)
  22. to declare, agree with s.th. (object: content)
  23. to declare, to testify that (object: dependent statement)
  24. to declare, to testify by s.o. that (object2: dependent statement)
  25. to declare, to testify to s.o.
  26. to declare, to testify to s.o. s.th.
  27. to declare, to testify to s.o. in s.th. that (ob.2: deed, etc.; ob.3: content of deed, etc.)
  28. to declare, to admit to s.o. that (object 2: dependent statement)
  29. to declare by/in s.th. (implied object2: the contents of the entire document)
  30. to declare by/in s.th. that (object1: legal document; object2: direct statement)
  31. to declare by/in s.th. so that (...) (object1: legal document; object2: purpose clause)
  32. to declare, to testify, to confirm (implied: the contents of the document) (object: none)
  33. to declare, to testify, to confirm s. th.
  34. to declare, to testify, to confirm s. th. by s.th. (object2: mouth)
  35. to declare (introduces legal documents) (object: none)
  36. to give thanks for (object: ϩⲙⲟⲧ)
  37. to give thanks to s.o.
ϩⲩⲡⲟⲙⲓⲛⲉ--
  1. to hold out, endure, be patient (object: none)
  2. to hold out, endure, be patient until s.th.
  3. to endure, sustain for (a certain length of) time (object: time unit)
  4. to endure, be patient with s.o.
  5. to endure s.th., be patient with s.th.
  6. to tolerate, put up with s.th. (object: infinitive)
  7. to endure s.th. for (the sake of) s.o.
  8. to hold out, endure, be patient for the sake of s.th.
  9. to hold out, endure, be patient, so that (object: purpose clause)
  10. to endure, be patient with s.th., so that (object2: purpose clause)
  11. to wait for s.o.
  12. to wait for s.th.
  13. to wait for s.o., so that s.th. (object2: purpose clause)
  14. to stay, remain
  15. to stay, remain in s.th. (object: place)
  16. to tarry, lag behind (object: none)
ϭⲛⲁⲣⲓⲕⲉ--
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