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According to Nibley, this is the Semitic form of an Egyptian proper name, e.g., Manti-Mankhi, a prince in Upper Egypt ca. 650 BC, and is a late form of Egyptian month/
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According to Nibley, this is the Semitic form of an [[EGYPTIAN(S)|E<small>GYPTIAN</small>]] proper name, e.g., Manti-Mankhi, a prince in Upper [[EGYPT|E<small>GYPT</small>]] ca. 650 BC, and is a late form of [[EGYPTIAN(S)|E<small>GYPTIAN</small>]] ''month''/
montu/mntw, the god of Hermonthis near Thebes (LID, 29). He lists the Egyptian forms Manti, Monti, Menedi, etc., but especially the Egyptian name of a Hittite city,  
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''montu''/''mntw'', the god of Hermonthis near Thebes (LID, 29). He lists the [[EGYPTIAN(S)|E<small>GYPTIAN</small>]] forms Manti, Monti, Menedi, etc., but especially the [[EGYPTIAN(S)|E<small>GYPTIAN</small>]] name of a Hittite city,  
 
Manda (ABM, 138).
 
Manda (ABM, 138).
  
Unlikely is Hebrew mnty, “my portion,” because the n should assimilate to the t (JAT). Even more unlikely are the suggestions that it is Hebrew, “man,” “something  
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Unlikely is Hebrew ''mnty'', “my portion,” because the ''n'' should assimilate to the ''t'' (JAT). Even more unlikely are the suggestions that it is Hebrew, “man,” “something  
 
mysterious” (Reynolds, Dictionary of the Book of Mormon, p. 304), and that it relates “to prophets or oracles” (Reynolds, Story of the Book of Mormon, p. 299).
 
mysterious” (Reynolds, Dictionary of the Book of Mormon, p. 304), and that it relates “to prophets or oracles” (Reynolds, Story of the Book of Mormon, p. 299).
  
 
[[Category:Names]][[Category:Lehite PN]][[Category:Lehite GN]]
 
[[Category:Names]][[Category:Lehite PN]][[Category:Lehite GN]]

Revision as of 20:24, 9 February 2012

Lehite PN 1. Soldier, spy, ca. 87 BC (Alma 2:22)
Lehite GN 2. Hill near ZARAHEMLA, ca. 90 BC (Alma 1:15)
3. City and land, ca. 65 BC (Alma 16:6; 59:6)

According to Nibley, this is the Semitic form of an EGYPTIAN proper name, e.g., Manti-Mankhi, a prince in Upper EGYPT ca. 650 BC, and is a late form of EGYPTIAN month/ montu/mntw, the god of Hermonthis near Thebes (LID, 29). He lists the EGYPTIAN forms Manti, Monti, Menedi, etc., but especially the EGYPTIAN name of a Hittite city, Manda (ABM, 138).

Unlikely is Hebrew mnty, “my portion,” because the n should assimilate to the t (JAT). Even more unlikely are the suggestions that it is Hebrew, “man,” “something mysterious” (Reynolds, Dictionary of the Book of Mormon, p. 304), and that it relates “to prophets or oracles” (Reynolds, Story of the Book of Mormon, p. 299).