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Is šns the correct term for “loaf of bread” in Kemetic Ancient Egyptian?

Is šns the correct term for “loaf of bread” in Kemetic Ancient Egyptian?

I am looking for the term "loaf of bread" that was used in ancient Egypt. This is a long timeframe, so I am looking for the term used in the middle period of ancient Egypt. I have found šns used in my research as the term, along with šn, as the term for loaf of bread. I've also seen /t/ used for just the word bread, but also claims that there are 40 words for bread. Any help in clearing up the correct Kemetic words for bread and loaf of bread would be greatly appreciated.


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