What is the Egyptian symbol for grace?

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Grace is after all a Christian religious concept. I believe you are thinking of the Ankh a sort of Cross with a voided ellipse. some feel this is a feminine symbol based on a stylized Vagina with cruciform device added. I have seen Ankhs tatooed on Ladies legs where any religious symbol would be , to put it mildly OUT OF PHASE IF NOT TOTALLY OFF-BASE. show some respect. My Guess is you mean the Ankh, pronounced as it is spelled. Rhymes with (Honk!)
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