hieroglyphic

[ hahy-er-uh-glif-ik, hahy-ruh- ]SEE DEFINITION OF hieroglyphic
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It's a long trail from the old plow factory to the hieroglyphic spring, Roger.

I was brought up to a farm life: it is surely no hieroglyphic to me.

These months received each a name, and were of course designated by a hieroglyphic.

But the Incas had no hieroglyphic or pictorial system of recording events.

Specimens of their hieroglyphic writings have been given in the preceding chapter.

It has, apparently, but one hieroglyphic, or symbolic figure.

He adds that there is another like hieroglyphic, which, as it is not very important, he will pass over.

Its hieroglyphic name is Ankh, and its signification is “to live.”

The hieroglyphic of this king is, in fact, an arrow striking heaven.

I have left to the last the subject of the hieroglyphic inscriptions.

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