And YHVH said to Moses: “When you go back into Egypt, see that you do before Pharaoh all the wonders which I have put in your hand; but I will harden his heart, and he will not let the people go.” Exo 4:21
Strong’s H4159 מופת mowpheth, a concrete noun meaning, “wonder, sign, miracle;” from Strong’s H3302 יפה yaphah, a primitive root meaning, “to shine, to be bright, i.e. to be beautiful.” The ancient pictographs are yud + pey + hey.
yud י = the closed hand, thus work, throw, worship
pey פ, ף = the mouth, thus open, blow, scatter, edge
hey ה = the man with upraised arms, thus look, reveal, wonder, worship, breath
The story the pictographs are telling is of a work (yud) inspiring open-mouthed (pey) wonder (hey); thus something above the normal or natural.