Ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs are meaningful symbols or pictographs. All the scripts originated through symbols or pictographs. Later on, pictograph became diagram or outline then outline converted into letters for the purpose of making writing faster because general script writer was not an artist.
Only 40% hieroglyphics phonetic up to fourth consonant without a vowel, without complete pronunciation of the words, are discovered with the help of Coptic language. The hieroglyphic words' meanings are unknown. The home Landis language of Ancient Egyptians, migrated from India, was Sanskrit. Nobody can decode the Egyptian hieroglyphs without the knowledge of Sanskrit.
The Egyptian hieroglyphic language has seven vowels and five long vowels as in Sanskrit, under this compulsion, the Ancient Egyptian script originated with more than seven hundreds hieroglyphs. The Egyptian hieroglyphs were used as a word or foremost part of a words or first consonant of a word.
In Sanskrit, low sound "a (v)", as a consonant and vowel lost its phonetic sound in conjunction with first word. The same pattern is in ancient Egyptian hieroglyphic script. At an end of word phonetic "h" (visarg sign = :) which is also found in Egyptian hieroglyphs, is unknown for the Europeans.
There is not any silent consonant or vowel in Sanskrit as European languages have. In European languages, what is written that is not pronounced exactly. The vowels are pushed in each word of European's languages as vowels are useless thing, which do not any phonetic value or sound. Why did this practice become? In the beginning of Alpha-beta script's origin, Sanskrit based spells of a word were written. Later on, why did Europeans leave to pronounce many consonants?
Sanskrit is a dominant language as well as script. In Sanskrit, what is written that is pronounced exactly. Each sound has its perfect vowel (matra). Such language with a perfect script like Sanskrit is not found in the world. To know the Egyptian hieroglyphic language is not only difficult but also impossible without knowledge of Sanskrit.
The Sanskrit word is hv-l (goy) meaning 'to shake, tremble, and move cause'. Word hv-l does not mean 'wheel', but a symptomatic action of a wheel is imposed. The action of shaking and trembling were the characteristic feature of a cart wheel in ancient times. (cf. Old Norse hvel, Old Frisian hwel, Middle Dutch weel, cf. Old Church Slavonic kolo "wheel", Old English hweol, hweogol, Sanskrit ch-kra pdz, vri-tt o`Rr, go-l xksy in Sanskrit word go-l and vri-tt means 'round', hv-l-go-l means 'a trembling round' as wheel)
In old English word hweol (wheel) was borrowed from Old Norse word hvel. A consonant 'h' was before 'w' but now 'h' is after 'w'. The Proto Indo European language was originated on behalf of such damaged and corrupt alteration. In European languages, the use of vowels, which have not permanent phonetic value or necessity of uses?
Even, so many times European have changed the phonetic value or sound of letters as 'u' with 'v', 'v' with 'u', 'g' gamma with 'c' which has two sounds 'k' and 's', 'i' first with 'j' later with 'ee' and 'a', 'o' with 'v' as one, 'Qu' for sound 'ch' later becomes 'kyu'.
Latin circus "ring, circular line," which was applied by Romans to circular arenas for performances, contests and oval courses for racing (especially the Circus Maximums), from or cognate with Greek kirkos "a circle, a ring," from PIE *kirk- from root *(s)ker- "to turn, bend". Latin circus (sirkus) is a corrupt form of Greek kirkos, which is also corrupt of Sanskrit conjunction word kri + ku-s d` dql means 'to do, make, shape, create, build + to surround, circle, fence, to embrace; to make a surround'.
Sanskrit poli iksfy "an Indian round bread fried in fat" Greek polos "a round axis" (PIE *kw becomes Greek p- before some vowels), polein "move around;"Sanskrit kol or kul >koli or cauli dksy "an embrace (to make a circle of arms), the breast" Punjabi use koli as a figurative synonym 'a vessel like breast as a bowl, it can be understand by a shape of 'cauli flower', which is named on k-to-ri, ko-li or cauli dksyh' Latin colere " dwell in, move around, "coloesseum coliseum " a round amphitheatre like 'koli', English Cole, collar, collarets, collateral, collect, colony, college, are based on ko-l >ko-li dksy (round), polish, colonus " colonist;" Old Russian kolo, Polish kolo, Russian koleso "a wheel").