When looking up a Middle Egyptian word, it's usually not too hard to find the consonants: for example, if I look up
U2 Aa11 D36 X1 C10 in Dickson's or Gardiner's dictionary, they tell me it means "rightness", and the consonant phonemes are m-ꜣ-ꜥ-t (that is, something like
However, no dictionary I've found lists the vowels, even in cases when we can be fairly certain of them. In this case, the word is transcribed into Akkadian as mu-a (in names like Nimmuaria), which seems like good evidence that the vowels were
Is there a standard reference work for cases like this, where I can look up
U2 Aa11 D36 X1 C10 and see the reconstructed vocalization alongside the consonants?
P.S. I'm most interested in Middle Egyptian, but if such a work exists for a different stage of the language, that's also good to know about!