Tuesday, March 17, 2015


­­IRISH from EDENIC (includes Old Irish, Modern Irish, Gaelic and Scottish or Scots-Gaelic (S-G)or Manx (Mx). Welsh is also Celtic, but is in a separate list.  S or I indicates that the word is modern Scottish or Irish, while most of this list is Old Irish. The lexicography work of Dwelly's Gaelic Dictionary: was cited by the Edenics Celtic team, chiefly Fearhas MacFhiomlaigh and Steve Gillespie.

Letter Shift Codes  A menorah of only 7 sounds, as all music is from 7 notes
שנוי בצליל האותיות
All vowels are interchangeable, no letter shifts need be indicated.
S-B = bilabial shift [interchangeable lip letters: B, F, V, W],
S-F = fricative shift,[interchangeable whistling letters:
 Soft C, S, TS]
S-G = guttural shift [interchangeable throat letters: Hard C, G, K, Q]
S-D = dental shift [interchangeable tooth letters: D, T, TS]
S-L = liquid shift [interchangeable tongue letters: L, R]
S-N = nasal shift  [interchangeable nose letter: M, N]
M = metathesis (root letters switch places. For example, an M213 metathesis is French blanc (white) coming from the second, first and third letters of Edenic LaBHaN (white).שנוי בסדר האותיות
ß = reverse the (root letters of) the Edenic word  הפוך 
N  Nasalize the word with an added N or M  הוסיף אות אף  

Upper Case word in [brackets] is the Edenics dictionary entry to find all Biblical citations and Semitic and world cognates.

Key to romanized Hebrew Aleph-Bet:
Vowels in lower case. Root letters in Upper Case with [brackets] around unpronounced letters or non-historic ones in the derivative language.  5 Hebrew letters have end-forms.

Aleph א = A or any Upper Case VOWEL, Betב  = B, Bhet = BH or (V), Gimel  ג= G, Dalet = ד D, Hey  ה= H, Vav  ו= V, OO or OA, Zayinז  = Z,
Het   ח= [K]H or K[H], Tetט  = DT, Yod  י= Y, Kahf כ,ך K, Khaf = KH, Lamed  ל= L, Memמ,ם  = M, Noonנ  = N, Samekh  ס= $, Ayin  ע= bracketed UPPER CASE [VOWEL] or GH, Peyפ,ף  = P, Phey = PH or F,
Zaddi  צ,ץ= TS (always read ST in European), Koof  ק= Q,
Raish  ר= R or WR, Shin  ש= SH, Sin = S, Tahf   ת= T, TH, or (S)

                        [CAPITALIZED] bracketed words are entries in the
                         E-Word Digital Dictionary
                         where one can look up the chapter/verse, and related words in Semitic and
                          global languages.

Key to entry:
 IRISH word, part-of-speech if nec., 2. (code – see above) 3 (definition of Irish word), 4. ultimate source in Edenic – romanization key to the BIBLICAL HEBREW is above, 5. (definition of Edenic source word, 
[ENGLISH cognate to search in the e-word CD dictionary to find related roots, Biblical citations of proposed etymons and foreign cognates — if in UPPER CASE the English word is an entry name in the e-word CD dictionary
< = ultimately from the Edenic
S  or I -  Contemporary Scottish or Irish, all from FM.

Abis, abyss  < S-B  אפס EPHe$, zero, naught   [ABYSS]
     Aibheis  (S, Scottish) , Aibhéis (I, Modern  Irish)
Accrann, shoe <  M231, S-G,L נעל  Na’[A]hL, shoe [NAIL]  )
Acht, (conj.) but <  אך AhKH, only.  (Hawaiian aka, but)
     Ach (Contemporary Scottish and Irish)  -- GENESIS 20:  12
Adrad, adartha; adhradh (S, I) = worship, as in the ADORATION of baby Jesus
   <   M 231 ?  הדר HaDaR,   to adorn, honor [ADORE] . (FS)
Aille, blessing <   הללHaLeL (praise)   [HAIL]
     Aithirge, repentance, (which begins with REGRET) < S-G,D,  M321 metathesis,
   a full reversal of guttural-lquid-dental  חרטה K[H]aRaDTaH, repentance  [REGRET]
     Aithre, Aithreachas (Mod. Scottish),Aithrí, Aithreachas (Contemporary Irish)
Aire  [S-G] caution, on guard  < עור  Ayin-Vav-Resh   is all about “watching out for” and being  AWARE .   עיר GHeeYR is a watcher or GUARD (Daniel 4:10).  [ORIENTATION]
Alp (I), devour   <  ß,  S-B   בלע BaL[A]h, swallow  [BALEEN]

an or ana , Gaelic prefix,  adds a negative connotation <  אין AYN, none [INSOMNIA]  MD
Asan, donkey, Old Irish,    <   אתון  A(S)OAN, donkey        [ASININE]
     Asal (Contemporary Scottish and Irish)

Ban (S, I), white  < S-B  לבן LaBHaN, white   [albino]
Beirigh, to boil  <   M132 בער  Boa’GHaiR, to burn   [BURN]  RW
Biodail, biodh  is to bid, bidding;  bodian, to announce <
 בטא BaDTAh or (V)aDTaH is to proclaim or UTTER words   [BID]  SG

Bith, betha, world  <  ß,  S-D    תבל TeBHeL, world  [WORLD]
bileog, sheet < פלח  PeLaK[H], or  פלך PHeLaKH. a slice  [FLAKE]
BoiLe (SG) ,  frenzy, rage  < S-L בער  Boa’GHaiR, to burn   [BURN] 
Ban (S, I), white  < S-B  לבן LaBHaN, white   [albino]
Beirigh, to boil  <   M132 בער  Boa’GHaiR, to burn   [BURN]  RW  
both, hut, kiosk;  bothan, shed < בית  BaYiTH
    or BaYiT, house  [BOOTH]  FM
Brage, neck  (I);  bràighe, neck, throat, collar of animal or captive (SG); 
    Brága (Early Irish), Neck,  Throat, Gullet; Bràghad (Contemporary    
    Scottish)   Upper part of anything or place, )    ß M321, S-B  ערף  
    GHoReF, scruff of neck   [GIRAFFE]

Bra(n) ,  raven  <   ß   עורב    [O]aReBH, raven   [RAVEN]
Brat, layer, stratum, rug

Briar, a prickle or thorn < ברקן  BaRQaN, briar [BRACKEN]
Briathar, brethre, word  < M231  S-D     דבר  DaBHaR, word   [WORD]
     Briathar (Contemporary Scottish)  Word, Term (phrase “Tha e anns a’ Bhriathar”
     = “It is in the Scriptures”); Briathar (Contemporary Irish) Word, Verb, Logos
Brig  , force  < M231  גבורה   GiBHOORaH means power, strength, might
     Brìgh (Contemporary Scottish) , substance, pith, energy, strength ; 
     Brí (Contemp.  Irish) Strength, vigour, force, energy, significance
Briseadh, break  <  M231    שבר SHoaBHeR, to break
Buachaill, boy <   בחור  BaK[H]OOR [BACHELOR
Bus,  mouth, lip  <  ß S-F,B שפה  SaPHaH, lip  [BUSS] 
     Bus (Cont.Scottish) , sulking lips; Pus (Cont. Irish)  pout

CABBYL is a Horse in Manx < M231 S-L רכב ReKHeBH. [SG]
Cairde, covenant <  חרד K[H]aRaD, to be godfearing, trusting   [CREED]
    Creud is the Contemporary Irish
caoine , lament <   קינה QeeYNaH,  dirge [KEENING]
car (Gaelic) a twist, turn, bend, … (from something un-straight to a) trick, fraud or deceit
    <  קער Q[E]’eR,  to curve  [CURVE]
 càr (Gaelic)  friendly) ; Irish càra, friend , and  Cara, he loves
       <  יקר YaQahR, dear   [CHERISH]
       Caratrad ,  Cara and Caraid  are friendship in Early Irish, and “friend” in
      Contemporary Irish and Scottish)
Carbad. 1.. Chariot, coach, chaise. 2 Waggon. 3 Litter. 4 Bier.
     5 Any pleasure vehicle. (including some C-R boats.). Most important is the link
     between chairs, riding compartments and vehicles
  . <  כר  KHaR ("saddle pillow," "furniture") [CAR] -FM. 
Ceart, right, correct, accurate  <   ß  דרך  DeReKH, the way [RIGHT] SG

Ceist. a question and difficulty  < S-F קשה    QaSHeH ,  difficult,; QoaSHeeY, difficulty;
      From Aramaic  קשיה  :   QooSHYaH, question  [QUERY]
Cepal, horse    <  M231 S-B. S-L  רחב   ReKHeBH, mount [HORSE]
Cennaige, merchant  < 1.        כנעניKeNaGHNeeY (tradesman, Cananite – Isaiah 23:8 )
    2.  קנה   QoaNeH, to buy (Jeremiah 32:15),   ]COIN]   Ceannaí  and  Ceannaiche
    in Contemporary Irish and Scottish
chiall , sense, shows   שכל SaiKHeL (understanding) [SKILL]
Claimh is the spelling of the “sword” word, but it is pronounced claive (Connact),
    clee-ev (Munster) and clay-ev (Ulster)  <  S-L חרב [K]HeREBH, sword
Colinn, flesh; colnide, carnal < עור   GHOAR, skin, flesh [CORIUM]
      CRaiceann in skin in Contemporary Scottish and Irish,
      with a few C-L terms of  CARnal misdeeds

Coim, coem (dear) <   חם K[H]aM, warmth; the ח-מ Het-Mem extension is
     נחמד NeK[H]'MaD = precious, dear [AMITY]
Cor, circle and a reel (circle dance)  <  1. קער  Koof-Ayin-Vav-Resh   Qa[O]OR, concave
     [CURVE];    2   < S-L  עגול     [A]GOAL,     Circle  [CAR,GEAR]     SG
cos or cois, leg (pronounced: kush)  <  ß שוק  SHoaQ, thigh [SHANK]
Cretid, believes  <   חרד  K[H]aRaD, to be godfearing   [CREED]
Cride, heart  <  חרד K[H]aRaD, to tremble (the heart is the trembler) [CARDIO]
Cuaran ( I, S), sandal (see accrann above) <  M231, S-G,L נעל  Na’[A]hL, shoe [NAIL] 
Cumme, like <  כמו K’MoW, like   [COMMON
Cuir, to bury <  כרה KaRaH, to dig  [KARATE  [SG]
cwin, calm <   ß  S-B נוח  NooVaKH, to rest  [NIGHT]

 Daid, father , dad in Mod. Irish  <   דוד  DOAD, uncle …beloved [DAD]
Dag- ,  later deg-, good, well < ß  גד   GaD, together, unified, GAThered toGETher
    (thus good)      This explains why English “good” is the Irish reversed.
   Also,     גד   GaD means “fortune”   [GOOD]
     Deagh   is  Good, fine, excellent in Scottish.
 Daigh,  a stabbing pain  <  S-Gדקר   DaQahR, to stab  [DAGGER]  [SG]

Damhsa, dance < nasalizes  דץ DahTS with an M, not an N   [DANCE].    
Dan, gift <   1. <    תן  TaiN, to give; MaTaNaH, gift [DONATE];
   2.  <  ß  נדב      NeDaBHaH, gift  [ENDOW]
     Dán in Contemporary Irish is a literary term for a gift or offering
 Dealt  (S-G) dew or drizzle   < תל TahL,  dew [DRIP]
Deas (S-G)  south…left  <  תחת  Ta[K]Hah(S), below, beneath  [SOUTH]
deirach (S-G) quiver, tremble < M312 רעד  RaGHahD.[TERROR]
Dilgud, forgiveness <    דלוג DeeLOOG, omission, skip (Psalms 18:30)
  Díolmhaigh (Contemporary Irish, N.)   is to exempt    <   דלוג DeeLOOG, omission,
  skip (Psalms 18:30)
Direach, straight, exact  <   דרך  DeReKH, (direct) way    [DIRECTION]

  Dóigh ,  way, condition  <  liquid drop    דרך   DeReKH  [DIRECTION
teirin   (S-G) , to go down, descend  <  רד  RaiD ,  to go down  . [ROOT]  [SG]

Domhan, world <    אדמהADaMaH [MUD
Drugaire, slave < S-L  S-G   טרח  DToaRaK[H], wearisome burden [DRUDGE]
     Drugair (Contemporary Scottish) is an obsolete word for a slave or drudge
Dud, pipe; whence a DUDEEN, a short clay smoking pipe < is  דד DahD (breast, nipple)

 Duine,   man or person   <  S-N אדם   ADaM, man, person, human  [DEMOCRAT] 

Dureach, direct  <  דרך DeReKH, way, road  [DIRECTION]
     Dìreach  is the Contemporary Scottish and Irish

Duris, door  <  S-L   דלת  DeLe(S), door  [DELTA]
      Doras is the Contemporary Scottish and Irish

Ennac, innocent  <    נקי   NaQeeY, innocent, guiltless [INNOCENT]
Faist (S-G)  at anchor,  (set fast into the ground) < ß  מצב  MooTSahBH,
     entrenched [STABLE]
Faittech, cautious < S-B   בטח   BeDTa[K]H, safety, security  [FAITH]

Fiach, debt  <   ß  S-G, B    חוב  K[H]OABH debt  [OWE] 
Faog   lump (as in porridge)  <   ß   גב GaBH, anything raised;  גבע
    GeBH[A]h, hill   [GIBBON]
Fer, man, husband <   גבר  GeBHeR, man ; G’BHeeYR, master [VIRILE]
Fid, tree, Old Irish < S-B בד   BahD, tree limb  [BAT]
Fir, true  < S-B    ברור  BaROOR, sure, evident   [VERIFY]
Follus, clear, manifest <  S-B, S-L   ברי  BaReeY, clear
     (as Fr verre is clear glass) [VERIFY]
Fonn, white,  may have lost an initial L  <   לבן LaBHaN, white  [ALBINO]
Fuasgailte, a simple person of diminished ability < M213 S-F שפל  SHaFeL, fallen,
     degrade  [SIMPLE]
Gabhar, goat < S-B  עופר   GHOAPHeR, fawn of ruminants, like goats  [CAPRICORN]
Gabor, horse, mare   <  M231  רכב  ReKHeBH, mount (one’s horse), ride
gean (Sc-Gl   cheerful approbation or warm approval,  favor and fondness)’
   , affection in Irish <  S-G חן     K[H]aiN    (favor, grace)  [AMITY]
Gear, close  < S-G   קרוב QaROA(V), close [CRYOGENICS]                        [SG]
glave, sword  (Mx)<  S-G  S-L   חרב  K[H]eRe(V), sword   [HARPOON]           [SG]
gnoe, beauty   < S-G  נאה   Na’EH, comely, pretty
gogan, circle  <   עגל GHeGoaL (circle --  dropped end-Lamed)  [CYCLE]
Grad, grade  <  M321 or full reversal   דרגה  DaRGaH, grade, step [DEGREE, GRADE]
greaden, quarrel  (Sc-G) <  GaRaH to instigate [GUERRILLA, IRE]. 
Gruip, grip (Sc-G)  <  אגרף EeGRaiPH,  to clench a fist  [GRAPPLE] [SG]

Gual, charcoal  <   גחל  GeK[H]aL, glowing coal [COAL]
 imdae , bed, couch < S-D מטה  , MeeDTaH, bed  [MAT]
Im(m), with  <   עם [E]eM, with  (Genesis 18:25)  [MAMA]

jeeaghyn (Mx) is look, watch, or eye <  עין [A]YiN is an eye, or to look,
     see or eye [ EYE]   SG

keyll , small forest (Mx)  < M213  S-G  S-L  יער  Ya'GHahR ,  forest 
Kittle (S), to tickle  <  ß S-D, S-G   דגדג   DiGDaiG, tickle  [TICKLE]
Kelly, warrior  < S-G   חיל  K[H]aYahL, soldier  [HEALTH]
Lag, weak  < S-L   רך RahKH, weak  [WEAK]
 lámh  (I),    laimh    (Sc-G), hand   [SG], Pascal Le Quéré  adds that leun means “full” in Breton.
       <    ß מלא MahLAy (full… all 5 fingers … thus hand).
 lán, full (Old Irish) < ß  S-N    מלא MahLAy, full  [MOLE (wall)].
LeiGHeis is the liquid-guttural reverse of CURE; it means a remedy < ארוכה   AROOKHaH,
     cure  [CURE] 
liastey, slothful or slow (MX), while a sloth is liastid <  עצל [A]TSeL, lazy [LAZY]  [SG]
Ligh, to lick  < S-G  לקק LaQaQ [LICK] S.G.
lubhog, also pronounced luvog and luwog , is a flake (as of snow or soap)
   < M132  S-G S-B  פלח  PeLaK[H], piece, slice  [FLAKE]   SG
Mach   to rest  )S-G( < S-N נוח  NOOaKH, to rest [NIGHT]
Measg   mix < מסך   Ma$aKH, to mix, to pour out  [MIX]  SG
Mulc  (S-G) shapeless lump <  M231  גלם GoLeM, shapeless lump

mór, big  < ß  רם RahM, high, exalted [RUM]
Mur, sea <   מר  MahR, bitter (the salty sea, the briny brine) [MARINE]    
      Muir is the Contemporary Scottish and Irish. Irish mara is aquatic;  Scots-Gaelic
      brine is meara.  Welsh also attests to then sea-bitter connection:
       sea is mor, and  amher is bitter.

Neo (S-C)  un-; Ni-, not  (Contemporary Irish)
    < ß    אן AiN, none  [NO
Noib, a saint <  S-B   נביא  NaBHeeYE, prophet (Deuteronomy 13:2).
      NoaBH is a city of priests (I Samuel 22:19).
Null (S-G) to the other side, across  < S-N  מול MOOL, over against (Deut.

ocht, #8   <  ח K[H]eT, letter and number 8  [EIGHT]
Or, gold  <   אור  OaR, light  [AURIOLE]
Òran, song, glee  < רן RahN, to sing, to jubilate  [ORNITHOLOGY
Òrdaich (S-G), to direct, ordain < M213  הדריך    HeeDReeYKH, to direct
 piog pie  <  S-G . אפה APHaH (to bake) [OVEN]   [SG]
preach, grasp, hold  (Sc-G)  <   M321 S-G   אגרף EeGRaiPH,  to clench a fist 
     [GRAPPLE]  [SG]

Recht, law  < M231 metathesis of דרך   DeReKH, the way to go [RIGHT]
Sain, different. special <  S-F  שנה  SHaNaH, to be different   [CHANGE]
Samhail, like; Samhuil, likeness, simile  <  סמל  $eMeL, likeness [SIMULATION]                                   
samhail, like, samhuil, likeness, simile, 
saoir (Gaelic) , set free, deliver, redeem <  סור  $ooR, turn aside… from
   Samekh-Resh restriction [SARI] ,סרר    $aRaR, rebel  [SWERVE]  AA                                
Scian, knife (Old Irish); sgian, knife (Gaelic) S-G <  סכין  $aKeeYN, knife
seabhas (S-G) , seabhoid  (Ir) mean "nonsense" < סבך $aBHaKH, twisted,
     interwoven...convoluted  [BASKET]
sean (S-G), Old Irish sen , old, aged, ancient; + 40 words like
     seanair, senator, elder < ישן YaSHaN, old [SENILE

seol-mari (Scots-Gaelic) meaning low tide or ebb tide < שאול   SH’OAL  (the depth,
     the grave)  [SHALLOW]  [Steve Gillespie]

shelleerd, snail (Mx) <    זחל  ZaKHahL to creep (source of SNAIL and SLUG):. [SNAIL]  SG                          
 sigir, silk (archaic S-G), while the silkworm is sigirean < M132, S-L of our  ת-ל-ע (S)-L-G “worm/silk” root  [SILK]  [SG]

sios, down  <  תחת   (S)a[K]Ha(S) , down, below, under  [SOUTH]

Slab, mud or any sloppy, slippery surface; slaib (S.G.) < M132,  S-F, B
       שפלה  SHaPHayLaH,    lowland, spillway              [ASPHALT]
slán, goodbye, be healthy, whole complete < S-N    שלום    SHaLOAM, goodbye,
      greetings,    be whole,   complete or שלם  SHaLaiM  [SOLEMN]

sneeachta, snow  < S-G צנה    TSeeNaH, cold  [SNOW]
sparán, purse  <  M213 S-B  בשר   BaSaR, leather  [BURSAR]
Suil, eye   <  S-F  צלם   TSeLeM, image  [SILLOUETTE]
Teigh (S-G)  to join  < ß  S-D S-G יחד    YaK[H]aD, to unite; אגד  EeGaiD
     to be tied together [
teilg  (throw, hurl, fling) and Scots-Gaelic tilg  (throw) <  M231 S-G  הטיל  
       HeeDTeeYL, to throw  [TELEPHONE]  [SG]
Teirinn  (S.G.), to alight, descend   ß  S-D רד   RaiD.   [SG]
tίr,  land or country <  ß ארץ  AReTS [EARTH]
Tol, will, desire  < ß S-L רצה   RaTSaH, desire
Tri or tre, through < S-D דרך  DeReKH ,  by way of, source of English THROUGH
   and German durch, through
trogae, misery  < S-G טרח    DToaRaK[H], heavy trouble (Deuteronomy 1:12) –
    see drugaire above [DRUDGE
Tu, thou   < אתה   ATaH, you  [THEE]
Tur (S-G), deep sorrow < S-D      צר  TSahR, pain, distress [SORE[
Ubh, egg   <   S-B     עוף[O]aWF, fowl (egglayers)  [OVA]
Udaru, direction  <          דרךDeReKH, direction   [DIRECTION]
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