Lesson 6b - second t: Hieroglyph Tutor

Lesson 6b - second-t or tjeh, T (tethering rope)

The twenty-third uni-literal hieroglyph is called second-t, or tjeh.

It depicts a tethering rope.

It is pronounced like the ch in "chew."

The transliteration is T.

In Manuel de Codage, type a large T to represent this sign.

Refer to Study Tips, if necessary.

When you feel confident that you have memorized this sign, go on to the next hieroglyph: Lesson 6c - hand .