The Black African Khemites (Black Ancient Egyptians)

Black is Ancient Kemet (Egypt)

Several so-called distinguished authors have proposed that “The Egyptians called their country “Kmt” or “Kemet” which means “Black” after the color of the soil.”

This twisted lie is not supported by an analysis of the ancient Egyptian language. There is nothing in the grammar, suggesting that the soil or earth had any connection with the use of the word “Kemet”. The only references to the soil in the names of Ancient Egypt were the names “TaMeri and TaMere”; “Ta” meaning “earth, land, etc.”

The reason for this mis-information is either a delusion urge in some to mis-appropriate the History of the Beautiful Brown people of Africa or otherwise a wicked desire to obscure the patrimony and legacy of the ancient Africans of ancient Egypt.

KEMET

E. A. Wallis Budge one of the foremost historian and linguist on ancient Egypt had made a comprehensive list of the structure and usages of perhaps the most significant word in the Ancient Egyptian language. All of these words can be found in E. A. Wallis Budge “An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary” Dover, NY

Used as an adjective

kem;kemem;kemom – black
kemu – black (m)
keme.t – black (f)
hime.t keme.t – “black woman” (woman of Black)
himu.t keme.t – “black women” (women of Black)

Used as a noun

keme.t – any black person, place, or thing

A determinative is then used to be more specific:

keme.t (woman) – “the Black woman”; ie, ‘divine woman’
keme.t (cow) – “a Black cow” – ie, a ‘sacred cow’
Keme.t (nation) – “the Black nation”

kem – a black one (m)
keme.t – a black one (f)
kemu – black ones (m)
kemu.t – black ones (f)
kemeti – two black ones

Used for Nationality

Sa Kemet – a man of Black (an Egyptian male)
Sa.t Kemet – a woman of Black (an Egyptian female)
Rome.t Kemet – the people of Black (Egyptians)
Kemetou – Blacks (ie, ‘citizens’)
Kememou – Black people (of the Black nation)

Other usages

Sa Kem – “Black man”, a god, and son of
Sa.t Kem.t – “Black woman”, a goddess (page 589b)
kem (papyrus) – to end, complete
kem.t (papyrus) – the end, completion
kemi – finished products
kem khet (stick) – jet black

kemwer – any Egyptian person, place or thing (‘to be black’ + ‘to be great’)

Kemwer – “The Great Black” – a title of Osiris – the Ancestor of the race

Kemwer (body of water) – “the Great Black sea” – the Red sea
Kemwer (body of water + river bank) – a lake in the Duat (the OtherWorld)
Kemwer Nteri – “the sacred great Black bulls”
kemwer (fortress) – a fort or town
Kemwer (water) – the god of the great Black lake

Kem Amut – a black animal goddess
Kemi.t-Weri.t – “the great Black woman”, a goddess
Kem-Neb-Mesen.t – a lion god
Kem ho – “black face”, a title of the crocodile Rerek
kem; kemu (shield) – buckler, shield
kem (wood) – black wood
kem.t (stone) – black stone or powder
kem.tt (plant) – a plant
kemu (seed) – seeds or fruit of the kem plant
kemti – “black image”, sacred image or statue

Using the causative “S”

S_kemi – white haired, grey-headed man (ie, to have lost blackness)
S_kemkem – to destroy, overthrow, annihilate
S_kemem – to blacken, to defile

Antonyms

S_desher – to redden, make ruddy
S_desheru – red things, bloody wounds

Some interesting Homonyms (pages 770 > )

qem – to behave in a seemly manner
Qemi – the south, Upper Egypt
qem.t – reed, papyrus
qemaa – to throw a boomerang
qem_au – to overthrow
qemam.t – mother, parent
qemamu – workers (in metal, wood)
qemqem – tambourines
qemd – to weep
qemati – statue, image – same as kemti
qema – to create
qemaiu – created beings
Qemau;Qemamu – The Creator

Deshret – the opposite of Kemet

deshr.t – any red (ie, non-Black) person, place, or thing

deshr.t (woman) – “the Red woman”; ie, ‘evil woman’
deshr.t (cow) – “a Red cow” – ie, the ‘devil’s cow’
deshr – a red one (m)
deshr.t – a red one (f)
deshru – red ones (m)
deshru.t – red ones (f) — White or light-skinned people; devils
deshreti – two red ones

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