The Ancient Egyptian sieve hieroglyph is Gardiner sign listed no. Aa1 for the shape of a circular sieve; it is also seen as a 'placenta'.
The sieve hieroglyph is used in the Ancient Egyptian language hieroglyphs for the alphabetic consonant letter kh.
The above hieroglyph is not a circular sieve but a picture of broken in to pieces. Sanskrit word is Kh-ndi-t [kfUMr, which means 'cut, broken in pieces, destroyed, refuted, annihilated, rebelled controverter, bit by bit, betrayed disappointed, abandoned'.