Egyptian Hieroglyphs- Uniliterals

Type as many of the Egyptian uniliterals as you can think of. You are looking for the name of the symbol, not how to pronounce it. Note: You will not be provided any hints. Good luck!
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Last updated: March 18, 2014
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Just type all the uniliteral objects you can think of.
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Egyptian vulture
 
Flowering reed
 
Pair of reeds
 
Pair of strokes or river
 
Forearm
 
Quail chick
 
Rope curl
 
Lower leg
 
Stool
 
Horned viper
 
Owl
 
Ripple of water
 
Human mouth
 
Reed shelter
 
Twisted wick
 
Sieve or placenta
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Animal belly and tail
 
Folded cloth
 
Door bolt
 
Garden pool
 
Hill slope
 
Basket with handle
 
Jar stand
 
Bread loaf
 
Tethering rope or hobble
 
Hand
 
Cobra
 
Bag of linen
 
Crown of Lower Egypt
 
Pestle
There is some debate on this one, but we will assume we know what it is
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Level 34
Aug 30, 2018
Nice idea, but definitely needs a bit more freedom in accepted answers like 'double reed' or something for 'y' 'cup/teacup' for 'k'. Maybe something like 'house' for 'h' or 'lake' for the 'sh'-sound?