Quick. Words in Norwegian. Umm, what's wood? VED.
OK, that's like English WOOD, it is from בד BahD, limb of a tree. It is in the "BAT" entry. Not the whole tree, but an isolated part.
means isolated, DeVIDED. A wooden BAT is a stick, not a truck.
Even in printing, text which is isolated is a WIDow.
What's up with the Norwegian?
I had to burn and mail some new Edenic CD Dictionaries for new Edenicists in the Old World. Thankfully, Lightcatcher Books handles regular orders.
One of the recipients is a new researcher in Norway. We have a huge German list, a decent Swedish one, a modest Dutch, and a tiny Danish one. Germanic languages are well covered. How am I going to find uniquely Norwegian links to Edenic in just the two hours before the new CDs go out?
Well, I found some. "Bashful" in Norwegian is Sjenert . Here was a link to an Edenic word in Biblical Hebrew that we had not matched up before. צנע TSeN[A]h means
modesty, humility. In Micah 6:8 the prophet tells us that our Creator doesn't want piety, but for us to walk humbly... this Tsadi-Noon word.
What I threw together on the CD that has 1000 pages:
DANISH and NORWEGIAN (Nrw.) from EDENIC
(more Germanic at German, Dutch and Swedish)
Anedkare, carpenter, the NKR root is clearer in Swedish anickare and Norwegian anekker.
< S-G נגר NaGaR, carpenter (Akkadian naggaru, carpenter). [KNOCK, NICK]
Baere, to carry < [A]BheeYR, to carry [BEAR]
(Old Danish) Bar, bare < BahR [PURE]
Old Danish) both, booth < BaYiT or BaYiTH, house [BOOTH]
Barn (Nrw), son < BeN, son
Blond (Dan, Nrw), blonde < M213 metathesis of לבן LaBHaN, white [ALBINO]
[teaching Scandinavians about BLONDE ?! Now that's chutspah.]
Borste (Dan, Nrw) brush < B’ROASH, pine (needles are the source of brushes) [BRUSH)
Bragne, fern < BaRQahN , briars [BRACKEN]
Braende, burn < N, Bo[E]eR, to burn [BURN]
Borste, brush < BRoASH, pne tree (whose needles nade the MiieT, hair brush.
Bug/Buk (Dan/Nrw), belly < ß Reverse QeyBHaH, stomach [CAVITY]
Efter, after < S-B BaTaR, after in Aramac [AFTER]
Fyrretrae, pine tree < S-B ברוש BROASH (pine tree) [BRUSH].
Gammel (Dan, Nrw), old < GaMahL. Matured, grown, weaned [MEGALOMANIAC]
Gulerod, carrot < GL + RD, a. gule < S-G, S-L QeReN, horn [UNICORN]
b. rod < YaRahD, to go down [ROOT]
Hale, tail < S-G, S-L AhK[H]OAR, rear, buttocks, back [CARRACK]
Hals (Dan.Nrw), neck < על GHoaL, yoke, collar [COLLAR]
Kjele (Nrw), boiler < קלי QeLeeY, roast [CALORIE]
Kold/ Kald (Dan/Nrw), cold < GaLiD, congealed [COLD]
Korect, correct < M231 metathesis of DeReKH, direction, thus the right way
Kostbar. Expense < K[H]OO(T)S, outside … as in the later K[H]OATSa’AH, expense and expenditure [COST]
Kul, coal < Ge[K]HaL, a burning coal [COAL]
Kupe, compartment < קבה QooBaH, compartment, alcove [CAB]
Mane (Dan, Nrw) moon < MaNaH, to count [MONEY]
Orken, desert < RaiQ, empty [DESERTER]
Paere, pear < P’ReeY, fruit [FRUIT]
Pude , pilow < PaDeR, animal fat [PAD]
Sau (Nrw), sheep > שה SeH, lamb [OVIS]
Sjenert (Nrw), bashful < צנע TSeN[A]h, modesty, humility – Micah 6:8
Sur (Dan, Nrw) , sour < שאור S’OWR, leavened food [SOUR]
Suvs, gravy < [A]$eey$, juice [SAUSE]
Tand (Dan), Tann (Norw), tooth < Shin/SH to T Aramaic shift שן SHaiN, tooth [TINE]
Trykke (Dan,Nrw), print < S-D DaRaKH, to press
Udland, abroad < 1. (ud) S- G, S-D K[H]OOTS, outside [OUT]; 2. (land) < S-L, S-D , AReTS, land, country [EARTH] .
Abroad in Modern Hebrew is K[H]OOTS-L’AReTS
Ung (Dan, Nrw), young < יונק YOANaiQ, suckling, child [YOUNG]
Vaedde bet < BeDTa[K]H, surety [BET]
Vaert (Nrw), was < עבר [A](V)aR, past [OVER]
Ved (Nrw), wood < S-D בד BahD, limb of a tree [BAT]
Posted from Sefad, where non-tourist blonds tend to have beards and sidelocks.
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Tuesday, April 6, 2010
Isn't it Good, Norwegian wood
Posted by IsaacMozeson at 8:22 AM