Monday, July 26, 2010

words from the Garden of Eden to the Amazon jungle

ARAONA  (Amazonian)  from    EDENIC 

   [Fernando Aedo] Part VIII

Welcome to new readers from Twitter. Fernando and I are in the middle of an Indian Summer linking Amerindian words to their Pre Tower-of-Babel source in Edenic (Pre-Hebrew).

The best, quick intro to what we are doing in Edenics is in a video at

Note:  The Edenics-deniers who claim that non-coincidences of ours have been borrowed from Semitic speakers will now have to place historical Semites in the Amazon jungle.

Edenics prefers to consider prehistoric speakers of a Pre-Hebrew when we were one family before the breakup of the Earth and our Edenic language.

     Letter Shift Codes  A menorah of only 7 sounds, as all music is from 7 notes
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]

   C  and J in Araona always correspond to Edenic gutturals
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).

ß = reverse the (root letters of) the Edenic word   
N  Nasalize the word with an added N or M 

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, Bet ב  = 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,

 Pey פ,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).

SALALA, thunder  < S-F     TSiLeeYL צליל , clang, sound  [TOLL]

SHALALA, small branches < S-F  ZaLZahLזלזל , twigs, tendrils

    (Isaiah 18:5)

SHEHUI, to hold back, stop  < ß   [K]HOO$חוס  , to spare, refrain

      from (harming) [CHASTE]

SHICATA, frightened, surprised < M312 S-F  K[H]aTa(S) חתת ,

    confounded, amazed; terror [HATE]

SOLOLO, to drip < S-F  ZaLa[K]Hזלח , to drip, sprinkle  [DRIP]

TABO, to put together <  S-D  1. TSaBHAh  צבא, to come together;

    S-D 2. TSaBHahDT צבט , to pinch;

   3. S-D S-B TSaVahT צות, to join  [SWELL]

TADI, father, papa  < S-D  DOAD דוד , uncle;    ידיד

    YiDeeYD , friend  [DAD]

TAME, signal, footprint, trail < S-D S-N  TSeeYOAN , sign

     way-mark [SIGN]

TAMO, to keep closed < S-D ADTahM אטם , to close, stop up  [DAM]

TATSO,  to catch in the teeth  < S-D TSOOD צוד  , to hunt or catch       


TEJE, to find out, discover  < S-D DayGHaH דעה  , knowing


TEMI, to eat one food with another <  DTa'[A]hM טעם , flavor, taste

    (I Samuel 14:29)

TIBI, to split in two  < ß BaTahR בתר, to cut in two, dissect  [BIT]

TICA, sting (of bee, scorpion…) < ß [O]wQeTS עקץ , sting  [STICK]

TIMA, bird's tail-feather  < ß  NoaTSaH  נצה, plumage, feather  [NEST]

TIMAIJI, belt  < M213 S-D MiZeeYaK[H], belt, girdle (Job 12:21)

TIPAIJI, a group or pile (animals or people) < S-D S-B   TSiBOOR  צבור,

     a pile or community  [SPARROW]

TOAME, in the middle, between shores <  ß  S-D  EM'TS[A]hאמצע  ,     

     middle      [MID]

TOANA, tears  < S-D S-N  DiM[A]H דמעה, tears  [MEAD]

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Edenics DVDs and most recent book: THE ORIGIN OF SPEECHES. Edenic (Biblical Hebrew) as the original, pre-Babel human language program see our many resources at incl. videos in English, Spn., Fr. or Ger.

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