Let me guess, you have been playing New York Times crossword and got stuck on the clue Former rulers of Egypt. Well, you have come to the right place to find the answer to this clue.

While some crosswords are much simpler than others, most require that players have a vast knowledge of the language and possibly even various topics. So while crossword puzzles are seen as a more intelligent game, they can be very frustrating for players to complete and even experienced crossword players need some help occasionally.

When finding the answers to the clues becomes too difficult, there's no shame in looking for them online.

Former rulers of Egypt crossword clue


Now you have the answer to your clue. Its time to move on to the next clue. You can browse through the list with all the answers to the New York Times crossword of December 19th, 2004. Or you can use the search form below to find the answer (no matter if its New York Times Crossword or any other crossword).

New York Times crossword of December 19th, 2004 other clues
1953 film title hero
A as in Austria
Abraham’s ___ (heaven)
Ample, poetically
Ancient serfs
Base coach’s urging
Bern, Geneva and Zurich
Big game fish
Big mouth, slangily
Big name in bonding
Big name in computer software
Came out of sleep, old-style
Capital of East Flanders
Cassowary’s cousin
Cast off
Catch but good
Chain component, perhaps
Code cracker’s comment
Colliery carriers
Cool shade
Correct ending
Counseling, e.g.
Court call
Covering everything
Davis of Hollywood
Diamond complement
Diego Velázquez’s “Lady With ___”
End of a New Year’s classic
End of the verse
Fa followers
Fringe, maybe
Get lost in a brown study
Go around
Grp. associated with dens
Gucci of fashion
Had something
Hard-rock center
Henri’s high
Herbert Marx, familiarly
Hotfoot it
Ice alternative: Var.
In the habit of
Inter ___
It may be in a torpedo
Itsy-bitsy biter
Jitterbug variety
Kind of monitor
Latin word on a monument
Life-or-death situation
Like farmland
Livy’s “Lo!”
Loser’s cry
Manufacturing center?
Medieval charging need
Mild reproofs
Mimosa family member
Miss Quested of “A Passage to India”
Move like a puma
Not say directly
Ocean danger
Ocean liner?
One way off a ship
Org. that registers boxers
Paradigm of happiness
Pilgrimage to Mecca
Pitney’s partner
Places to get steamed
Pub potable
Put on the same level
Ready to be played, in a way
Recent delivery
Record notation
Record store section
Resembling a chanterelle mushroom in flavor
Right from the factory
Roman encyclopedist
Runs out of steam
Scooby Doo’s co-creator
Sentimental song
Shakers, e.g.
She sprang from Zeus’s head
Sicilia, e.g.
Slight manifestation
Small goose
Some speech sounds
Something to drive off of
Sound asleep?
Spray displayers
Start of a Christmas classic
Start of a verse
Subject of “The Motorcycle Diaries”
Subordinate ruler
Suspended porch piece
Sweetie pie
Take on
Take steps
Tennyson’s Arden
The Green Hornet’s valet
Timberjack’s tool
Together, in music
Token taker
Treeless plain
Verse, part 2
Verse, part 3
W. Coast setting
Wachovia or Chase Manhattan, briefly
Walks heavily
Was bright
West Jordan resident
Word of possibility
Zero population
___ Cologne (skunk of old cartoons)
“Dred” novelist
“Epistulae morales” writer
“Ici on ___ français”
“Much ___!”
“Show Boat” heroine
“The Syncopated Clock” composer Anderson
“Tosca” villain
“___ figlia dell’amore” (Verdi quartet)

We offer support and help with a wide range of crosswords and are guaranteed to make sure you complete everything; the site is also updated regularly to make sure that all of our answers are correct and to add more crosswords to the ever growing list.


If there is any problem with the answer, please contact us! We will fix the problem.