Definition of Egyptians. Meaning of Egyptians. Synonyms of Egyptians

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Definition of Egyptians

Egyptian
Egyptian E*gyp"tian, n. 1. A native, or one of the people, of Egypt; also, the Egyptian language. 2. A gypsy. [Obs.] --Shak.

Meaning of Egyptians from wikipedia

- indigenous Egyptian language and is still used in prayers along with Arabic. Egyptians receive or have received several names: Egyptians, from Gr****...
- Egyptian describes something of, from, or related to Egypt. Egyptian or Egyptians may refer to: Egyptians, a national group in North Africa Egyptian culture...
- first credited to Egypt. The Egyptians created their own alphabet and decimal system. Even before the Old Kingdom, the ancient Egyptians had developed a...
- of Egypt continued, and many Egyptians believed that the monarchy was an instrument of British colonialism. Following the 1952 revolution, Egypt expelled...
- English). It would have been possible to write all Egyptian words in the manner of these signs, but the Egyptians never did so and never simplified their complex...
- ancient Egyptians belonged to the Turanid race, linking them to the Tatars. He was inspired by some ancient Egyptian paintings, which depict Egyptians with...
- Askhali or Egyptian minority audiences. Democratic Ashkali Party of Kosovo 15,436 Ashkali and 11,524 Balkan Egyptians Identified as Balkan Egyptians 1,834...
- Royal Wife (including list of title holders) God's Wife of Amun (including list of title holders) Ancient Egyptians (TV series) Ancient Egypt portal...
- version when performing it live with the Egyptians. At the beginning of 1990, Hitch**** took a break from the Egyptians and A&M Records to release another solo...
- The ancient Egyptians had an elaborate set of funerary practices that they believed were necessary to ensure their immortality after death (the afterlife)...
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