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Khepra

Khepra
 
 Kef (Eg.) means to seize, lay hold by force. Kep is the fist, a type of seizing and gripping. Khepra is the seizer with his claws; his name abrades into ker, to seize, lay hold, contain. The kra is the claw; ker is to seize with a claw. Kar is to seize by the foot, to entrap and ensnare, like the Hebrew kir for ensnaring. In Maori koru is a noose, a loop. Giro, in the African Dewoi denotes chain- [p.36] fetters; ekuru, kupa, fetters; karr, Arabic, a fetter; kara, Sanskrit, a fetter, a binding. Exact representatives of the Hebrew word ראכ are found in gvre (Eng.), a circle; cwr (Welsh), a circle; gvri (Latin) circle; gouris, in Chinese, is a girdle, and others might be adduced.
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