Sunday, February 14, 2010

Every Word That Hitler Spoke or Thought Was a Form of Hebrew

ADOLPH is from  German Adel , nobility. a liquid shift (Resh/R to L) from  אדירADeeYR, noble, mighty.   FUHRER, from German fuhren, to lead, is from  עביר   [A]BHeeYR (to bring over) -- see the "FERRY" entry.

Adolf Hitler may not have known for a fact that his language was from the Edensprache, best preserved in Judensprach, Edenic, best documented by the Hebrew Bible

But he smelled it.  Every antisemtite. tweedy antiSemiticist and tyrant can sense that those darn Jews have been around too long, they know too much, and must be eliminated.   

Whether it's the Mother Tongue or the Mother religion under attack, the rebelious daughters  often get nasty.

The brief sample of German-from-Edenic words below is NOT evidence that there is a historical tie between Germanics and Judaens. I know a prof. whose PhD depends on that fiction.  .
There are similar lists in Indo-European languages beyond Germanic. Moreover, there is much data to stage a global ingathering of exiled and sometimes hard to recognize formerly Edenic words, from Austronesian, Amerindian, etc.

 Readers are welcome to request a list of any language,

and to contribute data.




Contrary to the focus of historical linguistics, vowels and precise pronunciation are of little consequence when regarding wide and deep relationships. Different neighborhoods of a large city will pronounce vowels differently. So, rule #1: ignore vowels.

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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, Noon,  נ = 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)


German speakers are more used to Romanized Hebrew letters spelled: Alef, Bet, Gimel, Dalet, He, Waw, Sajin, Chet, Tet, Jud, Kaf, Lamed, Mem, Nun, Samech, Ajin, Pe, Zade, Kuf, Resch, Schin, Taw



Symbol Key:


<  is “ultimately from the Edenic word ___.”

The [bracketed] word at end of an entry indicates an English cognate, and what to look up for more info in the E-Word CD Dictionary. The bracketed word, CAPITALIZED, indicates an entry name to see. Entries provide Biblical citations and/or Semitic cognates as further source words, relevant roots and cognates from other languages.


S = letter shifts: [all vowels are interchangeable, no shifts needed]

S-B = bilabial shift [interchangeable lip letters: B, F,P,PH, V, W],

S-F = fricative shift,[interchangeable whistling letters: Soft C,S,SH,TS,Z]  

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 letters: M,N]


N = nasalization (extra M or N inserted in the root).

M = metathesis (root letters switch places). Example: M132 means that merk (to mark) takes the 1st, 3rd, then 2nd root consonant (no vowels) of נכר, to recognize (shift from Noon/N to M) and מכיר MaKeeYR (acquaintance)

ß = reverse the (root letters of) the Edenic source word

B  = a borrowing from another modern language

An unbolded part of the German word is treated as nonhistoric, or unrelated to the Edenic source word

[Y] There is a similar cognate in Yiddish.


Entry Key:


1. German word    2.meaning    3. required shift (if any) 4. ultimate Edenic source___5.meaning of the Edenic word in English  6.  [  ] the e-word CD Dictionary entry to find cognates, Biblical citations, etc.            



Ab    from  (prep.)   < S-B   (ultimately from)    אב  ABH, father…origin  …where  we are  from   [ for English OF or the Slavic locative suffix –

   ov, see the  ABBOT entry]

Abdruck; -en      impression, print; hug or squeeze    S-G  <  דרך

    Da RaKH,   squeeze   or press  see Drang [Numbers 24:17, TREAD] 

Abend  evening  < S-B   אב  [A]BH cloud, evening is cloud time


Aber   but     <  S-L אבל  ABHahL, but    Genesis 17:19   [BALL]

      At the “BALL” entry one sees how the Spanish “but,” pero, has a

    further, bilabial shift

Adel    nobility   [Y]  <S-L  אדירADeeYR, noble, mighty, ADR à ADL, [ ADOLPH]

Acht   eight    <ח  K[H]eT,  letter and number eight  [EIGHT]

Angenehm   pleasing,  (ver)gnugen  pleasure  <  S-G ענג  GHoNeG,

    pleasure, enjoyment,  "delight" (Isaiah 58:3).  [HONEY]   See Genug.

Ameise   ant   < S-F  (end-Het drops) מצח MeTSa[K]H, forehead, like

   EMMET (ant),  the German ant is named  for the prominent forehead

   with ANTennae         [ANTECEDENT]

Antik    antique  <     N עתיק  [A]TeeYQ  [ATYQ à A[N]TK, nasalized,

     added N,    as [ANTIQUE]

Anzeige    advertisement   [Y] <   S-N  מציג MaTSeeYG, exhibitor


Arbeit  work  [Y]  < (Liquid R added) עבדה  [A]BHoaDaH work 


Auf   1.  (prep.)  of – see “oben,”  2.(prep.) up  and  3. (adv.) up  <

           אף [A]hPH,. to fly [UP]

aufbrechen   break open  [Y] < a. auf-  up from עף  [O]oaF (to fly),

                                         b. S-B, S-F <פרץ  PaReTS (to breech)


(Auge), augen, augon in Old German  eye  [Y, oig]  M213 

   <   עין  GHaYiN,    GYN à YGN [EYE]

Aussen, Ausland   outside, abroad  [Y] <  S-G חוץ  [K]HOOTS, out

    [EXIT,     ex, OUT]


Bagger  excavator   <  M213  S-B, S-G  חפר K[H]oaPHeR, digger


Bad   bath  [Y]  < ß   S-D, S-B   טבע DTaBH[A]h, to dip   [DIVE]

Baum  tree  [Y] <   במה   BaMaH, high stage or platform [BEMA]

Becher    cup, mug  <  ß   1 . קבעת  QooB[A]’ahT, 2. ß S-G, S-B;

       גביע GaBHeeY[A]h,  cup  [BEAKER]

Begraben  to bury  [Y] M132  < קבר  QaBHaR  to bury   [GRAVE]

Beute   booty, spoils  <  בצע S-D   BeTS[A]h, unjust gain  [BOOTY]

Blinken  twinkle, flash  < N, S-L   ברק   BaRaQ, lightning, flash [FLICKER]

Bogen  bow, bend, curve <  ß  Gimel-Bhet root of words like  גבע GiBH[A]h, hill


Borse     purse, stock exchange  [Y]  M132   < בשר  BaSaR,

   meat..leather…leather purse    [BSR à BRS,   [BURSAR,


Brot   bread   < בער  Bo[E]R, burn  [BREAD]

Brucke  bridge  <  M312   מעבר M’GHaBHahR, a crossing (to go over

     a river)  [FERRY]   

Brust  breast , chest  [Y] <ברוץ   BaROOTS, filling out   [BURST]

Bude   hut, cabin      S-D   <   ביתBaYiT  house   [BOOTH]  


Cape    cape    S-G, S-B  <חוף  [K]HOAPH   seashore, coast   [ CAPE ]

Chaiselongue   a long chair   Bor. From French, S-G  < כסא  Kee$Ay,

      chair; Kay$, throne,  seat [CHAISE]

Chiffre  cipher, number  <  S-F,   S-B מספר M’$PahR   number


circa  around, about, approximately <  Bor. M132  S-L  עגל GHaGoaL,

    round    [CYCLE]

dagegen   against it, compared to it ß  [Y] <  NeGeD, (pronounced negged)

     against, before, up against [NEXT]

Daune  down, eiderdown   ß   S-D  < NoWTSaH, feather  

   down, NEST]

Dieb    thief     S-D, S-B      <  תפס  TaFa$, to seize, steal (Theif is a T-V

    word in Scandinavian languages)       [THIEF]

Direkt   direct  <&nb

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