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The adjective that follows its noun

An adjective is a word used to qualify a noun, to give it a particular property. Adjectives in ancient Egyptian follow their noun and epithet. They also agree with the noun in number and gender. Adjective can be placed in more than one place in the phrase, such as:

a) The adjective follows its noun

The adjective follows its noun, and agrees with it in gender and number.


Evil man

s bin

Evil woman

st bint

Two great sisters

snty wrty

The good gods

nTrw nfrw

Notes: It is noteworthy that adjectives may be occasionally separated from their nouns by a genitive, an adverb, a demonstrative pronoun or pronoun.


sxr pn iqr

This excellent advice.