Note: This was created for roleplay for Panhistoria, so it includes elements common in ancient Egyptian names, and it is put in order of the English alphabet for ease in finding the sound you want.
Egyptian "Alphabet" More Sounds (Biliterals, Triliterals) Determinatives WordsWhile we write from left to right in English, Egyptians usually wrote from right to left. These letters are written to be read from left to right, as one would read in English. You can tell which direction to use because you read towards the images.
|A, also shown as 3||Actually, more like a glottal stop.|
|A||Say "ah" and tighten the throat at the same time.|
|Hard H||Emphatic H, said in the throat.|
|K at the back of the throat (some also use for Q)|
These are used at the end of some words to classify the word. They do not have a vocal sound.
|sun, light, time|
Fonts: Egypt0, King Tut, King Tut Too from http://timonk.com/estuff.html.
Although some signs for htp and haty-a were modified.
Collier, Mark, and Bill Manley. (1998). How to read Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A step-by-step guide to teach yourself. Los Angeles: University of California Press.