Don't forget the A-Word,
can't do research on it,
might offend those who act like the B-Word?
😇
𐍅𐌴𐌹𐌷𐌰𐌽 • (weihān). to hallow, consecrate, sanctify.
I am Aleph א and Tav  ×ª  the beginning and the end? 
The Aleph, ×, is the first character in the Hebrew alphabet and represents God, the One, the First, and the beginning.
The Tav, ×ª, is the last character in the Hebrew alphabet and represents a sacred enclosure or place, the most important of which is the Holy of Holies or the temple, which represent the presence of the Lord.

gematria

English

Middle Persian
Pahlavi scripts

Greek

Egyptian
Hieroglyphs

Phoenician

Phoenician
Name

Gothic


rune

Gothic 
Name


rune name

Hebrew Hebrew
Name
God?

Imperial
Aramaic

Egyptian hieroglyph Notes

Notes
1

A


Aleph

𐭠

Αα    Alpha

𓃾

𐤀

ALF

𐌰


ᚨ 


ᚬ

aza <
ans  god
asks  ash
ᚨ Æsir  Ansuz
ᚬ ÅŒs god 

א

Alef
Al·lah

𐡀

𐤀 The Egyptian hieroglyph for “ox head” 𓃾 𐤟 named kꜣ (or “ka”) became 𐤀 named ’ālep to represent the glottal stop. In Hebrew it’s א named “alef.” Rotated again later, it’s the Greek or Latin A.

Human being
Ἄνθρωπος  ΑΝΟΣ  ΑΝΟΥ

2

B


Beth

𐭡

Ββ    Beta

𓉐

𐤁

BET

𐌱


ᛒ


ᛓ

bercna <
bairka birch


BAIRKAN
Berkanan


ᛓ b, p

ב

Bet  

𐡁

𐤁 The Egyptian hieroglyph for “house” 𓉐 named bayt rotated 90 degrees and one end bent in became 𐤁 ⸱ named bēt to represent the B sound. In Hebrew it’s בּ named “bet.” Rotated 180, it’s the Latin lower-case b.
3

C


Zayin
Gimel

𐭢

Γγ    Gamma
kappa

𓌙

𐤂

GAML

𐌲


ᚷ

GIBA
Gyfu


g, j

ג

Gimel Guþ Guth Goth God
God·Wau God·Vav Christ
godless - gudalaus (adj. A)

𐡂

𐤂 The hieroglyph depicting a throwing stick and meaning “foreigner” 𓌙 named gꜣ (or “ga”) in Proto-Sinaitic became 𐤂 named gÄ«ml to represent the hard G sound. In Phoenician, this was named gimel meaning “camel.” In Hebrew it’s ג named “gimel.” Turned around, it’s the Greek Γ (gamma).

Name for the g-rune ᚷ
C Zeta for G
4

D


Delta

𐭣

Δδ    Delta

𓉿

𐤃

DELT

𐌳


ᛞ

DAGS
Dagaz

ד

Dalet  

𐡃

𐤃 The hieroglyph for “sky” 𓇯 named ḥeret became 𐤃 named dālet meaning “door” to represent the D sound. In Hebrew it’s ד named “dalet.” In Greek, Δ; in Latin, D.

𐌳 for J ?
5

E


He

𐭤

Εε    Epsilon

𓀠

𐤄

HE

𐌴


ᛇ

eyz < 
aiƕs horse
or eiws yew


Eihwaz

ה

He  

𐡄

𐤄 The hieroglyph for “joy” 𓀠 named qꜣ (or “qa”) became 𐤄 named h’ē meaning “window” to represent the H sound (the voiceless glottal fricative, or aspirate). In Hebrew it’s ה named “he.” This sign was used in Greek for Ε.
6

F


WAW-AYIN-RESH

𐭥

Σσς  Sigma

𓌉

𐤅

 

WAU

𐌵


ᛈ

QAIRTHRA


ᛈ Perþō

ו

Vav YHWH YHVH

yod·Wau yod·Fah Fre·yr
Lord – frauja (m. N)
Master (n.) - frauja (m. N)

𐡅

Waw

𐤅 The hieroglyph depicting a coil of rope and meaning the number “hundred” 𓍢 named šet became 𐤅 named wāw meaning “hook/mace/wand” to represent the W sound. In Hebrew it’s ו named “vav.” In Greek, Y; in Latin, F, U, V, Y, or W.

Freyr Lord
The letter uau (𐤅) is the sixth letter in the Afroasiatic language known as Paleo-Hebrew. The letter has been equated with the letter U, the letter V, the letter W, the letter F, and the letter Y in the English language.
 
7

G


Gimel


Zayin

𐭦

Ζζ    Zeta

𓎛

𐤆

ZAI

𐌶


ᛉ á›¨

ezec


algiZ Yr
Gyfu

ז

Zayin Guþ Guth Goth God
God·Wau God·Vav Christ
godless - gudalaus (adj. A)

𐡆

𐤆 The hieroglyph that represents duality 𓏭 used as the word ending -j became 𐤆 named zajin meaning “weapon” to represent the Z sound. In Hebrew it’s ז named “zayin.” In Greek and Latin, Z.

Name for the g-rune ᚷ
G for C Zeta
8

H


heth

𐭧

Ηη    Eta

𓉗

𐤇

HET

𐌷


ᚼ ᚽ

HAGL
Haglaz

 

ח

Chet  

𐡇

Khēth

𐤇 The hieroglyph for enclosure 𓉗 (ḥwt) or irrigated land 𓈈 (spꜣt) became 𐤇 named hēt meaning “courtyard” or “wall” to represent the H-bar sound (the voiceless pharyngeal fricative). In Hebrew it’s ח named “het” pronounced as the ch in challah. This sign was used in Greek for H.
9

I


teth
yodh

𐭨

Θθ    Theta

𓄤

𐤈

TET

𐌸


ᚦ

THIUTH
THurisaz
psi

ט

Tet YHWH

Theos·weh I·weh
Theos·veh I·veh
Jesus - Iesus (m. A)

𐡈

The symbol nfr (𓄤), meaning beautiful, 𐤈 The hieroglyph for a heart and trachea 𓄤 meaning “perfect” or “beautiful” and named nefer possibly became 𐤈 named ṭēt meaning “wheel” to represent the T sound. In Hebrew it’s ט named “tet.” In Greek, it’s the theta: Θ.
The letter thorn þ (representing /θ/),
and is not used in current English

I for Theta Theos

Gothic 9 𐌸  Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”).
10

J


yodh
teth

𐭩

Ιι    Iota

𓂝

𐤉

YOD

𐌹

EIS
Isaz
iesous

י

Yod YHWH

Yod·weh J·weh
Yod·veh J·veh
Jesus - Iesus (m. A)

𐡉

𐤉 The hieroglyph for “arm/hand” 𓂝 became 𐤉 named jōd meaning “arm” or “hand” to represent the Y sound, as in “you.” In Hebrew it’s י named “yod.” In Greek or Latin, it’s Ι or J.

J for Iota
𐌾 JER Jēran  60
Jesus   Ἰησοῦς iesous ΙΣ  ΙΥ
20

K


kaph

𐭪

Κκ    Kappa

𓂧

𐤊

KAF

𐌺


ᚴ áš³

KUSMA
Kaunan
k, c, g

כ‎
ך

Kaf  

𐡊

𐤊 The hieroglyph for “hand” 𓂧 named ḏeret became 𐤊 named kāp meaning “palm” to represent the K sound. In Hebrew it’s כ named “kaf.” In Greek and Latin, it’s K.

kafir OFFENSIVE insulting term for a black African.

30

L


lamedh

𐭫

Λλ    Lambda

𓋿

𐤋

LAMD

𐌻


ᛚ

LAGUS
Laguz

ל

Lamed  

𐡋

𐤋 The hieroglyph for “flail” 𓌅 named nekhakha became 𐤋 named lāmed meaning “goad” to represent the L sound. In Hebrew it’s ל named “lamed.” In Greek, Λ (lambda); in Latin, L.
40

M


mem-qoph

𐭬

Μμ    Mu

𓈖

𐤌

MEM

𐌼

MANNA
Mannaz

מ 
ם

Mem  

𐡌

𐤌 The hieroglyph for “waves” 𓈖 named nwyt became 𐤌 named mēm meaning “water” to represent the M sound. In Hebrew it’s מ named “mem.” In Greek and Latin, it’s our M.
50

N


nun

𐭭

Νν    Nu

𓆓

𐤍

NUN

𐌽


ᚾ

NAUTHS
Naudiz

×  
ן

Nun  

𐡍

𐤍 The hieroglyph for “cobra” 𓆓 named ḏet became 𐤍 named nÅ«n meaning “serpent” to represent the N sound. In Hebrew it’s ×  named “nun.” In Greek and Latin, it’s our N.

N-Word OFFENSIVE insulting term for a black African.

60

Samekhi

س

𐭮

Ξξ    Xi

𓊽

𐤎

SEMK

𐌾


ᛃ ᛅ

gaar < 
jēr  year
𐌾𐌴𐍂


Jēran
j, a

ס

Samekh

ˈsaməχ


J·weh
J·veh

𐡎

𐤎 The hieroglyph depicting “reed column” and meaning “stability” 𓊽 named ḏed became 𐤎 named śāmek meaning “pillar” to represent the S sound. In Hebrew it’s ס named “samekh.” In Greek, it’s Ξ (xi).

 j  from i 
 w from u

70

O


ayin

  Οο    Omicron

𓁹

𐤏

AIN

𐌿

URUS
Å«ruz
uyov / w

×¢

Ayin  

𐡏

𐤏 The hieroglyph for “eye” 𓁹 named jarota became 𐤏 named ‘ajin meaning “eye” to represent ʕ, the voiced pharyngeal fricative. In Hebrew it’s ×¢ named “‘ayin.” In Greek, Ο (omicron); in Latin, O. Representing the human eye. The hieroglyph was given a somewhat elongated appearance with the iris partly covered by the upper lid. The surroundings and iris were generally colored black, while the corners were colored red. The phonogrammatic value of jr is derived by the rebus principle from the glyph’s use as the logogram for jrt (“eye”).
80

P


pe

𐭯

Ππ    Pi

𓂋

𐤐

PE

𐍀

Perþō
ᛈ Perþō

פ 
×£

Pe  

𐡐

𐤐 The hieroglyph for “mouth” 𓂋 named rꜣ (or “ra”) became 𐤐 named pē meaning “mouth” to represent the P sound. In Hebrew it’s פ named “pe.” In Greek, Π (pi); in Latin, P. Representing the human mouth. In careful depictions, there is a significant narrowing toward the corners, so that the lips recurve, and the upper lip is more curved than the lower. The phonetic value of r is derived by the rebus principle from its use as the logogram for r(ꜣ) (“mouth”). 𓂋 U+1308B
90

Q


Qōp

𐭰

Ϙ Koppa

Ϟ ϟ 

𓎤

𐤑 𐤒

QOF
qoph

𐍁

tsade
Tsadi
צ

ק 
צ

Qof
Tsadi
Ṣādhē
 

𐡑
𐡒

𐤒 The hieroglyph for “baboon” 𓃻 became 𐤒 named qōp meaning “needle eye” to represent the Q sound. In Hebrew it’s ק named “qof.” In ancient Greek, Ϙ (koppa); in Latin, Q. Thoth took the form of a baboon, and Babi, the chief of baboons, was a deity of the Underworld.
100

R

  Ρρ    Rho

𓁶

𐤓

ROSH

𐍂

Raidō

ר

Resh  

𐡓

𐤓 The hieroglyph for “head” 𓁶 named tep or ḏꜣḏꜣ became 𐤓 named rēs meaning “head” to represent the R sound. In Hebrew it’s ר named “rēsh.” In Greek, Ρ (rho); in Latin, R.
200

S


shin

𐭱

Σσς    Sigma

𓐮

𐤔

SHIN

𐍃


ᛊ á›‹ á›Œ

ᛊ   á›‹
Sôwilô

ש

Shin YHWH

𐡔

𐤔 The hieroglyph for “archer’s bow” 𓌓 named peḏet became 𐤔 named sÄ«n meaning “tooth” to represent the S sound. In Hebrew it’s ש named “shin.” In Greek, Σ (sigma); in Latin, S.
300

T


taw

𐭲

Ττ    Tau

𓏴

𓏴

TAU

𐍄


ᛏ

 Týr
 TÄ«waz
t, d

ת

Tav   

𐡕

𐤕 The hieroglyph for diagonal crossed sticks 𓏴 named swꜣ became 𐤕 named tāw meaning “mark” to represent the T sound. In Hebrew it’s ת named “tav.” In Greek, Τ (tau); in Latin, T
400

U

𐭓 𐭔 𐭕 Υυ    Upsilon      

𐍅


ᚹ

wunjō
WINJA
wunjô
u
yov / w

𐤅

uau YHWH
Yah·Weh
𐍅𐌴𐌹𐌷𐌰𐌽 • (weihān)
to hallow, consecrate, sanctify
Christ 𐍅hrist
𐍅𐌷𐍂𐌹𐍃𐍄 ð…𐌴𐌹𐌷𐌼𐌰𐍃
  The letter uau (𐤅) is the sixth letter in the Afroasiatic language known as Paleo-Hebrew. The letter has been equated with the letter U, the letter V, the letter W, the letter F, and the letter Y in the English language.
500

V

𐭓 𐭔 𐭕 Φφ    Phi      

𐍆


ᚠ

fehu
FAIHU

 

  YHVH
yah·Veh
yah·Feh
  The letter uau (𐤅) is the sixth letter in the Afroasiatic language known as Paleo-Hebrew. The letter has been equated with the letter U, the letter V, the letter W, the letter F, and the letter Y in the English language.
600

W

𐭓 𐭔 𐭕 Χχ    Chi      

𐍇


ᛜ á›

Gyfu


ᛝ enguz <
iggus or iggws "the god Yngvi ingwaz
 xÊ·
WunJô

ם

Mem (final) YHWH

Yŋɡ·we Ing·wi
Christ - Xristus Grist
christ - weiha

𐍅𐌷𐍂𐌹𐍃𐍄 ð…𐌴𐌹𐌷𐌼𐌰𐍃
  The letter uau (𐤅) is the sixth letter in the Afroasiatic language known as Paleo-Hebrew. The letter has been equated with the letter U, the letter V, the letter W, the letter F, and the letter Y in the English language.

W for X
700

X


Xi Psi

𐭓 𐭔 𐭕 Ψψ    Psi      

𐍈

HWAIR

ƕ xÊ·

Wynn

 

 
ƕ·weh Yah·Æ• cauldron
Christ - Xristus (m. U)
𐍅𐌷𐍂𐌹𐍃𐍄
 

Gothic 9 𐌸  Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”)

The letter hwair Æ• (representing /hÊ·/),
and is not used in current English
X for W

800

Y

𐭓 𐭔 𐭕 Ωω    Omega      

𐍉


ᛟ

ōþala
OTHAL

 

  YHWH
Yah·weh Yah·veh Yng·vi
𐍅𐌴𐌹𐌷𐌰𐌽 • (weihān)
to hallow, consecrate, sanctify
Christ
  The letter uau (𐤅) is the sixth letter in the Afroasiatic language known as Paleo-Hebrew. The letter has been equated with the letter U, the letter V, the letter W, the letter F, and the letter Y in the English language.

I am Aleph א and Omega

900

Z

𐭓 𐭔 𐭕

Ï¡  Sampi

     

𐍊

 TÄ«waz
t, d
Ṣādi

 

  Zeus   I am Aleph א and Zeus

 

 Gothic letter 60 is 𐌾. the fact that neither the Latin nor the Greek alphabets at the time of the introduction of the Gothic one had graphemes corresponding to the distinction of j and w from i and u.
W  ⟨wh⟩ is used in English to represent Proto-Germanic /hw
X   ⟨xi⟩ is used in English for /kʃ/ in words such as flexion. (It is equivalent to ⟨c⟩ plus the digraph ⟨ti⟩, as in action.)
𐤅 (w) The sixth letter of the Phoenician abjad, called waw. 

Gothic 9 𐌸  Uncertain; has been related to Ancient Greek Θ (Th, “theta”), Ψ (Ps, “psi”) and Φ (Ph, “phi”).
The shape of the rune may be derived from that a letter expressing /x/ in certain Old Italic alphabets (𐌙),[citation needed] which was in turn derived from the Greek letter Ψ which had the value of /kÊ°/ (rather than /ps/) in the Western Greek alphabet.
In Ancient GreekΧ chi and Ψ psi were among several variants of the same letter,used originally for kÊ° and later as ΧΣ for ks Christ ( ΧΣ and ΧC ).

Xi 700 is not to be confused with the letter Χχ chi 600, which gave its form to the Latin/English letter X 700. While having no Latin derivative, the Xi was adopted into the early Cyrillic alphabet 𐌎 , as the letter ksi (Ñ®, ѯ).

Old Norse Yng·vi  ËˆYŋɡ·weOld High German Ing·wi and Old English Ing·Æ¿ine are names that relate to a theon·ym which appears to have been the older name for the god Fre·yr

Samekh the Phoenician letter gave rise to the Greek xi  Ξ whereas its name may also be reflected in the name of the otherwise unrelated Greek letter sigma.
The archaic "grid" shape of Western Greek xi  was adopted in the early Etruscan alphabet ðŒŽ , but was never included in the Latin alphabet.

Waw/Vav 6 It is the origin of Greek Ïœ (digamma ϛ)  and Υ (upsilon), Cyrillic Ð£, Latin F and U and later Y, and the derived Latin-alphabet letters V, and W

Waw/Vav 6 the letter likely originated with an Egyptian hieroglyph ð“Œ‰ 

Stigma The name "stigma" (στίγμα) was originally a common Greek noun meaning "a mark, dot, puncture" or generally "a sign", from the verb στίζω ("to puncture"). Stigma (ϛ) is a ligature of the Greek letters sigma (Σ) and tau (Τ), στ 

Sigma Σσ,  ς  Ï¹ ϲ The shape (Σς) and alphabetic position of sigma is derived from the Phoenician letter W (shin) Latin S Greek Σσς Gothic Sowilo / Sigel á›‹.

וᛋᛋ  Waw/Vav S S 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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