Why is this 𓏭 Egyptian Hieroglyph associated with the Hebrew letter ז [Zayin] and not the word וו [VaV]?
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Paleo-Hebrew_alphabet] claims the 𓏭 pictogram is the origin for the Paleo-Hebrew 𐤆 zayin.
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Egyptian_hieroglyphs] then claims the 𓏭 was engraved "as a replacement for signs perceived to be dangerous to be actually written".
We find the Hebrew word וָו [VaV] "hook" in Exodus 38:28 which shares closer pictographic similarities to the Egyptian 𓏭
Thanks for any insight in regards to this 𓏭 hieroglyph.