Ankh wedja seneb is an ancient Egyptian phrase which often appears after the names of pharaohs, in references to their household, or at the ends of letters. The formula consists of three hieroglyphs without clarification of pronunciation, making its exact grammatical form difficult to reconstruct. It may be expressed as "life, prosperity, and health" but Gardiner proposed that they represented verbs in the stative "Be alive, strong, and healthy"
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