The Ancient Egyptian phrase ankh, wedja, seneb "life, prosperity, health" is a formula often suffixed to the names of ancient Egyptian kings-(the Pharaohs). It is frequently abbreviated in Egyptian-A.U.S. or a.u.s. with just three hieroglyphs (or with their equivalent forms in Demotic and Hieratic), making it possibly one of the oldest acronyms used in written language, although strictly speaking the first word ankh is not truly abbreviated.
English translations of Egyptian often use the abbreviation "L.P.H." for "Life, Prosperity, Health. "
ankh wedja seneb represents the following Egyptian words-(and their concepts):
wedja: "to be whole/-intact"/´Endurance´ (= "Prosperity")