We also find the double brick P H in the word glyph, where the Y is used as an "ih" sound vowel.
The word "glyph" means symbol, or shortened form of representation (symbol is the next word on the disk) again using the "ih" form of the Y vowel, and here with the double brick M B.
The same word sounds can be found in the word: cymbal (musical instrument) (the final word on the disk) where the initial C is softened by the Y which follows it. Notice the different spelling at the end of this word also.
Now you read the words on this disk:
(pause) Yes, the words are:
glyph * symbol * cymbal
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