Posted comments (73)

Posted by Arthur at June 11, 2010 16:59:47 CEST
first time using this app. hope it works!
Posted by Andy Cool at October 9, 2011 11:44:05 CEST
Hallo , finaly I find hieroglyphs generator ;-D thanks.
Posted by John at December 13, 2011 02:52:36 CET
It's awesome!
It works very well!
:) :) :) :) :) :) :) :) :)
Posted by K9 at July 18, 2012 03:09:55 CEST
First time using this
Posted by Apex at August 4, 2012 00:54:53 CEST
Posted by Abby at August 24, 2012 03:13:01 CEST
cool stufff
Posted by Feather at October 18, 2012 00:31:55 CEST
this is fun
Posted by Dee Sankey at February 25, 2013 23:51:03 CET
Hope this helps me with my assignment
Posted by Nov13670 at March 4, 2013 20:14:20 CET
Very Cool.
Posted by Ahmed Mohamed at March 16, 2013 14:40:34 CET
Posted by Aya Yasin at March 26, 2013 19:29:41 CET
thanx i needed it for my home work
Posted by Ali at October 16, 2013 17:34:27 CEST
unbelievably perfect
Posted by Ali at November 7, 2013 16:58:28 CET
can you suggest some other web sites like this?
Posted by Derpina at November 15, 2013 07:47:19 CET
stumbled upon this. found it hilarious that my first instinct was to try my best at writing out Atemu's name. Haha

I was sad that there isn't much option for diminutives, and no option for "Ruler of Upper and Lower Egypt" using the sedge and the bee. Nor are there any of the God specific hieroglyphs such as Amun Ra or Isis, which would often be placed before name in a cartouche.

As it is this is an extremely limited version of an "alphabet", but still silly to play with.
Posted by Sabrina at November 25, 2013 17:37:42 CET
Making my sister's Christmas pressie with this, thanks so much for the awesome translation =D
Posted by Ashley at December 8, 2013 10:46:09 CET
It's okay. It only works phonetically with sayings and sentences. There is no real Egyptian grammar involved.
Posted by Rehab at May 7, 2014 14:30:42 CEST
hope it works
Posted by Babyg at May 22, 2014 10:49:48 CEST
Posted by Jennie at September 17, 2014 13:20:03 CEST
Great for daughter's homework
Posted by Cliff Iles at October 31, 2014 11:38:01 CET
looking for translations
Posted by Sneaky Phil at November 13, 2014 00:55:19 CET
I love this! I used it for a school project and it worked amazingly! Thank you so much!!!
Posted by Elizabeth at December 3, 2014 17:55:34 CET
SO INTERESTING ... a great tool to engage a young person's interest in Egypt & history! Many THANKS!
Posted by Riley at December 10, 2014 02:47:01 CET
Posted by Nick at June 1, 2015 17:38:03 CEST
They face a direction based on class.

I've no idea, but they also use left and right hand for a reason
Posted by Nancy Bohardin at September 10, 2015 23:57:02 CEST
very good!! :) :)
Posted by Eva Takacs at September 29, 2015 11:47:44 CEST
Super :-) Thx
Posted by Book Bandit at October 12, 2015 17:11:07 CEST
Best translator ever!
Posted by John at November 6, 2015 22:26:28 CET
Awesome works very well 💩
Posted by Ken at January 16, 2016 06:25:25 CET
I finally found a good hieroglyph generator! Thanks a lot!
Posted by Bob at March 13, 2016 11:32:03 CET
Posted by Mo at March 24, 2016 16:43:35 CET
In our class, we can read and write using hieroglyphs.
Posted by Mnhophvb at May 6, 2016 16:33:28 CEST
where is the word imprinted?
Posted by Alex at December 5, 2016 10:28:45 CET
Great for daughter's homework
Posted by Thisguydoinghomework at March 23, 2017 00:35:01 CET
this is awesome using it for my homework
Posted by Jody at March 29, 2017 00:29:17 CEST
Posted by Jaroy at May 9, 2017 13:32:49 CEST
Posted by Person at March 16, 2018 17:04:50 CET
it was so easy to make a worksheet!
Posted by Grapegod at March 20, 2018 02:09:35 CET
Posted by Bro at May 18, 2018 04:28:11 CEST
Posted by Nerd at May 29, 2018 08:01:05 CEST
Best website for hieroglyphics and it free. Best thing to use for social studies or global studies.
Posted by Alex at May 30, 2018 21:52:23 CEST
Can you contacto my e-mail please? I have bought a scarab and would like to know what is written on there. Would like to send you a photos of it.
Can you help?
Posted by Jamie Plowman-render at August 25, 2018 21:31:55 CEST
Posted by Random at September 20, 2018 17:04:01 CEST
everything is meaningless we all go to anubis at some point
Posted by Breeza at March 21, 2019 00:18:44 CET
Love it 😍😍😍
Posted by Laura at June 3, 2019 20:14:06 CEST
excited to have this for my kids!
Posted by Loai at June 3, 2019 23:41:55 CEST
thanks for this tool
Posted by Wolfymyers at August 26, 2019 01:12:26 CEST
Thank you! This will work for my flip book in class!
Posted by Dale at September 25, 2019 03:56:48 CEST
Posted by Ddfk at October 10, 2019 21:58:00 CEST
terrible did not translate right
Posted by Favuser at October 22, 2019 14:59:38 CEST
How does the god work?
Posted by Santi at December 26, 2019 00:54:19 CET
Posted by Charlie at February 5, 2020 21:57:59 CET
work plaes
Posted by Sasgeta Uchiha at February 17, 2020 03:33:54 CET
This app is the best
Posted by Sue at April 12, 2020 14:00:14 CEST
It's fun and works along with the rules as it's explained above.
Posted by Anonymus at April 21, 2020 18:25:35 CEST
dosnt wrk
Posted by De Big Cherry at May 19, 2020 11:58:25 CEST
yaaaaaaas it works!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Posted by Tomas Carroll at June 21, 2020 05:19:43 CEST
I have enjoyed your website and used it to make party name tags for five years. Thank you for putting it out there. Please fix the following errors:
1. The 'H', twisted flax wick is for a sound English speakers can't say, (voiceless pharyngeal fricative). The correct symbol is the reed shelter that looks like a squared off sideways small 'e'.
2. The 'U' is not the lasso, it's the quail chick. It can also be the curled up rope that looks like a big loose number nine, 9.
3. The folded cloth is better for 'S', (but you're right it's used for both 'S' & 'Z'.
4. The ANH starts with a sound Europeans and Americans simply cannot say, 'ayn. Even so, 'a-N-Kh is a better spelling.
5. The scarab is spelled Kh-P-R

The following websites support my suggestions:

Your colors agree with the research at Brussels Free University

My hypothesis follows: Notice how the human body parts, are all red: lips, lower leg, hand, man, and if you had it, arm for 'ayn.
Also notice how the things made of plant matter are green: reed, wick, basket with handle, stool, fetter/hobble/tether.
If 'KH' is a human body part, a placenta, shouldn't it be red like the other body parts? Some sources call it a sieve. Wouldn't that be made from reeds and therefore be green? Check the color, fix the name.

Please don't be offended, I love your site, but it could be better. I will continue using and sharing it because I like the artwork and the ease of use of the program.
Posted by Ivanka at August 16, 2020 17:45:48 CEST
A veure si funciona
Posted by Jordan Ramsey at October 30, 2020 16:58:20 CET
It really works!
Posted by Mfdgfcb at November 2, 2020 02:04:01 CET
I like this web site
Posted by Hi at January 12, 2021 17:55:41 CET
I love it!
Posted by John Evermore at February 1, 2021 20:31:26 CET
My there sure are lot of know it alls in here. I like how they share their wisdom without even being asked. SO generous.
Posted by Ad at February 20, 2021 23:40:13 CET
Posted by Vera at March 6, 2021 13:32:50 CET
Works great for my Indiana Jones Family Adventure Game. Thanks !
Posted by Antonio Lara Perales at May 18, 2021 17:52:10 CEST
Muy bueno
Posted by John M Esparza at July 11, 2021 17:54:11 CEST
Hierogliphics for Together
Posted by Flavio at October 12, 2021 14:49:10 CEST
grandioso :D
Posted by Keylime at November 25, 2021 04:28:01 CET
finnally i find a genorator that works!
Posted by Erick Felipe Barros Xxi at February 9, 2022 17:42:00 CET
This app has helpeds me with my studies tremendously. I use this everyday in my feeled. Hiergliphs are my passion, my pride, and my lievleyhood and they are so dear to my soul. Cheers fellow historians!!!!!!
Posted by Wayne Erfling at April 8, 2022 17:41:59 CEST
It would be great if the page included the "arm" for the long "A" sound, as in my name.

I believe I see a bit of whitish dithering where the hieroglyphs overlap the background.

Otherwise fun and not too hard to use.
Posted by Matheus at June 1, 2022 22:38:08 CEST
muito legal
Posted by Matheus at June 1, 2022 22:39:50 CEST
Posted by Masq at June 24, 2022 04:52:30 CEST
I love this