Spell phonetically, as the ancient Egyptians did, so, for instance, if your name is:
It's OK to put letters slightly out of order in the interests of design or space constrictions. Make close fitting blocks of text.
The vowel sounds are rough approximations to our English sounds. Use the Y like the Y in 'bunny', so it's more of a long E sound.
The Egyptians sometimes wrote from left-to-right, like we do in English, or top-to-bottom, but mostly right-to-left. These glyphs are oriented left-to-right for familiarity. The images of people or animals face the starting point.
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