THE LETTER "G" in Hieroglyphics

Today's hieroglyphic is the letter "G"

Zet: "It's time for another letter, Kat."
Kat: "You mean the cobra?"
Zet: Grins. "Yep. You sure you can handle it?"
Kat:  "Just watch me. And by the way, there are two symbols for the letter G. Are you sure you can handle that, big brother?"

Image: G in Hieroglyphics
Cobra = G as in Gyrate
Kat says: "The first symbol for the Letter G is the cobra.
It's pronounced as "j" like in GYRATE."

REMEMBER KEY: 
GYRATE starts with G, and the word also describes 
how a cobra moves across the sand. 

WRITE YOUR NAME:
The cobra can be used for the G in names like 
Geoffrey, George and Gene,
Ginny, Gisella, and Giada.


Image: Egyptian Pot symbol for letter G
Cook pot = "G" as in GRAVY
Kat says: The second symbol for the Letter G is a cooking pot. 
It's pronounced "g" as in GRAVY.

REMEMBER KEY: 
GRAVY starts with G, and you could
make gravy in a cook pot! 


WRITE YOUR NAME:
The pot symbol can be used to write the G in names like

Graham, Gabe and Gandalf,
Gabriella, Gaia, and Glenda. 



Choose a letter to see its Hieroglyphic symbol:
abcdefghi
j k l m n o p q r
 s t u v w x y z

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