Reuters reports that Alber Saber, an Egyptian Copt, is going to jail for posting a video on the internet.
The next morning we met some travellers who had been to a Copt wedding, of which the lady gave us an account.
A good deal might be written about Copt Hall, but not in this place.
Copt, kopt, n. a Christian descendant of the ancient Egyptians.
Here, however, as the physical appearance bore a marked difference, the recognition of a Copt population was safe.
It was a matter of life and death to the Copt that he should court the forbearance and favour of his superiors.
The affection he felt for the child's mother, Mary the Copt, also increased, much to the great vexation of his other wives.
The Copt and the Arab had spread the report that Fielding brought death to the villages by moving the little flags on his map.
Some Copts have attained high office, and in 1908 a Copt became prime minister.
In a short time this Copt came to Bruce's landlord to inquire about his knowledge of the stars.
"native monophosyte Christian of Egypt," 1610s, from Modern Latin Coptus, from Arabic quft, probably from Coptic gyptios, from Greek Agyptios "Egyptian." Arabic has no -p- and often substitutes -f- or -b- for it. Related: Coptic.