The Hieroglyphic Alphabet – Biliterals

In addition to the uniliteral symbols, there are a large number of hieroglyphs which have a biliteral meaning – that is to say that their sound is best approximated by two western charters.

AA 𓅀 bd 𓊺 Hw 𓄑 sT 𓋫
Ai 𓌗 pA 𓅮 Hb 𓎱 sd 𓄢
Aw 𓄫 pr 𓉐 Hp 𓐑 SA 𓆷
Ab 𓍋 pH 𓄖 Hm 𓍛 Sw 𓆄
Ar 𓌗 pq 𓆀 Hn 𓆰 Sm 𓈝
Ax 𓅜 pt 𓇯 Hr 𓁷 Sn 𓍲
ii 𓇍 pd 𓌒 HH 𓁨 Sd 𓄞
iw 𓈀 pD 𓌔 Hz 𓎿 qn 𓐖
ib 𓄣 mA 𓌳 HD 𓌉 qs 𓌟
im 𓐛 mi 𓏇 xA 𓆼 qd 𓐪
in 𓆛 mw 𓈗 xa 𓈍 kA 𓂓
ir 𓁹 mm 𓅔 xw 𓋽 kp 𓊶
iH 𓌤 mn 𓏠 xm 𓋉 km 𓆎
iz 𓇩 mr 𓌸 xn 𓅯 gb 𓅬
it 𓌾 mH 𓎔 xr 𓀒 gm 𓅠
id 𓈞 ms 𓄟 xt 𓆱 gH 𓂾
aA 𓉻 mt 𓂸 XA 𓆞 gs 𓐛
ab 𓃁 md 𓌃 Xn 𓄚 tA 𓇾
aH 𓉥 mD 𓎆 Xr 𓌨 ti 𓍘
aq 𓅧 nw 𓏌 zA 𓅭 tp 𓁶
ad 𓆝 nb 𓎟 zw 𓇳 tm 𓍃
aD 𓎙 nm 𓌰 zb 𓊄 tr 𓆵
wA 𓍯 nn 𓇒 zp 𓊗 TA 𓅷
wa 𓌡 nr 𓆂 zH 𓉲 Tb 𓋸
ww 𓅳 nH 𓅘 zS 𓏞 Tz 𓋭
wp 𓄋 ns 𓄓 sA 𓐟 di 𓏙
wn 𓃹 nD 𓐩 sw 𓇓 db 𓄏
wr 𓅨 rA 𓂋 sf 𓋵 dd 𓊽
wx 𓋂 ra 𓇳 sm 𓇐 DA 𓍑
wz 𓊩 rw 𓃭 sn 𓌢 Dw 𓈋
wD 𓎗 rs 𓌘 sr 𓀙 Db 𓅙
bA 𓅡 rd 𓂾 sS 𓍱 Dr 𓇥
bH 𓄑 hb 𓍁 sk 𓎝 Dd 𓊽
bz 𓆟 HA 𓇉 st 𓊨 DD 𓆕