By Richard Smith
I've got came upon this Coptic dictionary to be very beneficial in lots of methods. it really is convenient, sensible, and fairly thorough for its dimension. And more uncomplicated at the eyes than Crum's due to a extra sleek typeface.
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E ^ e yes Ze - m. time, season ^ e B c o c o N m. famine ZeNoyc^B m. front,beginning Zi^T^ come, go, look, etc. forward, fear, etc. before e&H forward RcjieH infront,formerly, from now on Zx&H, 2 i T e ^ infront,before ^ l e H , 2i^H to, infront,before 2 H , 2 H T ^ f. v. en, e e f. story of a house ^', ^ 1 T ^, 2 thresh, beat, rub ei-v. 1 thus ei€, 2»H, pi. E I H Y V. e»NIE rudder [ e i e j v . e i e then eiH, pi. e i o o Y e f. ^"" occupy oneself converse; m. distraction 47 48 eo [fzo encourage; 2 XX m.
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A Concise Coptic-English Lexicon by Richard Smith