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Lacking a proper literal translation for the word benedict in the language –as in "well spoken (of)–", I figured the best would be to create it by joining the words

[xn nfr] good {Aa1 N35 Y1 F35}

and

[mdw] (v.) speak, address (someone){S43 D46 G43 A2} (or one of its variations).

Now however, how should one approach the merging of the words? Can't find much info on the subject. Thanks in advance.

P.S.: This is the dictionary I'm using:

www.pyramidtextsonline.com/documents/DicksonDictionary.pdf

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    This question is too language-specific, and I'm afraid that we simply have no users who could answer it.
    – bytebuster
    Jun 5 '17 at 0:23
  • I could suggest checking out Antonio Loprieno book on Egyptian as a starting point, I found it a good read.
    – Darkgamma
    Jun 5 '17 at 16:33
  • @bytebuster that doesn't seem to be a legitimate reason to close this. However, to me the question is entirely unclear. 'How do you approach?' that's too broad or vague or I just don't know.
    – Mitch
    Jun 11 '17 at 2:06

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