The Hieroglyphic alphabet – Triliterals

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

 

Aby 𓃮 wHA 𓐎 nfr 𓄤 zAb 𓃥 qiz 𓀫
Abd 𓇹 wHa 𓊠 nmt 𓌩 zin 𓌕 qmA 𓌙
Ams 𓌄 wHm 𓄙 nxn 𓊔 zwn 𓌕 kAp 𓊶
Axt 𓈌 wsr 𓄊 nzt 𓎼 zmA 𓋶 (𓄥) kAr 𓉬
Atf 𓋚 wsx 𓋝 nTr 𓊹 zmn 𓍖 kfA 𓄖
iAb 𓋁 wSA 𓅰 nDm 𓇛 zSn 𓆸 grg 𓍅
iAm 𓆭 wSm 𓆀 nDs 𓅪 sAb 𓄜 gHs 𓃴
iAt 𓈏 wdn 𓆻 rwd 𓌗 sAq 𓆌 tyw 𓅂
iab 𓎺 wDa 𓐣 rwD 𓌗 sAH 𓃃 tHn 𓋣
iaH 𓇹 wDb 𓈄 rmi 𓁿 siA 𓋷 txn 𓉶
iwa 𓄯 bAs 𓎰 rnp 𓆳 sbA 𓇼 TAw 𓊡
iwn 𓉺 biA 𓍄 rsw 𓇔 sbq 𓂾 TmA 𓎅
ibA 𓏡 bit 𓆤 rtH 𓍕 sbk 𓆋 THn 𓋣
ipt 𓊒 bnr 𓇜 rdi 𓏙 spr 𓄭 dwA 𓇼
imi 𓏶 bdt 𓇣 hrw 𓇳 spt 𓂎 dmD 𓋬
ini 𓏎 pAq 𓆁 HAt 𓄂 snT 𓍰 dSr 𓅟
inb 𓊅 pXr 𓄲 Hwi 𓀜 snD 𓅾 Dam 𓌁
iry 𓀸 pzD 𓇷 Hwt 𓉗 sxm 𓌂 DbA 𓌥
isw 𓄯 psD 𓄦 Hfn 𓆐 sxt 𓌦 (𓇏) Dba 𓂭
iTi 𓎁 fnD 𓂉 Hmt 𓍍 sXr 𓌕 DrD 𓄔
idn 𓄔 mAi 𓃬 HqA 𓋾 sSm 𓌫 Dsr 𓂦
idr 𓎩 mAa 𓐙 Htp 𓊵 sSr 𓎤
idt 𓇲 mAw 𓅶 HDt 𓋑 sti 𓄝
awt 𓋿 mwt 𓅐 HDD 𓌍 stp 𓍉
abA 𓌂 mnw 𓁤 xAt 𓊯 stX 𓁣
apr 𓐢 mnx 𓍊 xpr 𓆣 sTA 𓍬
anx 𓋹 mnD 𓂑 xpS 𓄗 sDm 𓄔
arq 𓍼 mHy 𓄧 xnt 𓏃 Swt 𓋺
aHA 𓂚 mzH 𓆊 xrw 𓊤 Sps 𓀻
aHa 𓊢 msi 𓁒 xrp 𓌂 Sma 𓇗
aSA 𓆈 msn 𓎣 xsf 𓍙 Sms 𓌞
wAH 𓎝 mSa 𓀎 xtm 𓋩 Sny 𓁸
wAs 𓌀 mDH 𓋜 XAr 𓎅 Sna 𓍁
wAD 𓇅 mDt 𓎅 Xnm 𓎸 Szp 𓊏
wab 𓃂 nbw 𓋞 Xrd 𓀔 SsA 𓄃
wbA 𓍏 nfw 𓊡 Xkr 𓐬 qAb 𓄲