Thursday, September 16, 2010

Will skeptics warm up to Edenic COLD/SNOW from TSeeNaH

It hasn't hit 80 (28 C) here in the Galilee for two weeks.  That means that summer is over, and it is soon time to think about COLD again.

This amazing new entry will help you do that.

Only the versetility of the Edenic Tsadi (both dental and fricative. tooth-made and whistling letter) could be the source of all the words below.

SNO(W)       TSeeNaH        Tsadi-Noon-Hey

TSEE-nah______צנה______[TS-N-H à SN]

ROOTS: The  Indo-European (IE) "root" of SNOW is sneigwh (snow, to snow).  Old English snaw has lost the G or H guttural of the Edenic etymon, which the IE "root" is attempting to depict in their reconstruction.

The IE "root" also tries to have an N-W, to allow for NEVE, NIVAL, NIVEOUS and N-V "snow" words which do not belong here.

As seen in the global derivatives below, SNOW is not about white precipitation, but about cold. The Biblical citation for  צנה TSeeNaH puts this ice-cold equation on ice: "Like the coldness of snow" - Proverbs 25:13.

צנה TSeeNaH is sharply relevant to  צן TSaiN (thorn, barb) of the "TINE" entry.  The sensation of cold is sharp and piercing.

Switching to Tsadi-Mem, an antidote for cold is the warm wool of צמר TSeMeR (Leviticus 13:47). 

 Fricative-nasal words of coldness fromצנה  TSeeNaH (cold)  dominate the chart below; Semitic languages prefer the dental (D,T) side of  צ Tsadi.

Akkadian     danānu   coolness, cold (of snow); harshness (cold, weather)

Assyrian      dannatu   cold weather

                    dunnu       severity of cold weather

Sumerian     enten         winter

                    ten             cold, coolness

[Sumerian is Middle-Eastern, but not Semitic.  The Chinese below, Mandarin, Cantonese (Ct), the Vietnamese (reversed), much of the Dravidian and the Indonesian also favor dental-nasal. The data above, and the Dravidian (India) and Amerind below is from Fernando Aedo.]


BRANCHES:   from   צנה  TSeeNaH (cold)   [RW, IM]

Armenian      tsmer           winter

Bulgarian      snyag           snow

Chinese/Ct    don              cold

Chinese        tung              winter

Chinese        shang han    cold

Chinese        song             frost

Croatian        snjieg           snow

Croatian        zima             winter

Czech           snih              snow

Czech           zima             cold

Danish          sne               snow

Dutch            sneeuw        snow 

German        Schnee         snow

Greek            chioni           snow 

Hindi             t.han.d.h       cold

Icelandic       snorj             snow

Indonesian    dingan          cold

Irish               sneachta      snow

Japanese      tsumetai       cold  (to the touch)

Japanese      samui            cold weather

Japanese      shimo            frost

Kashmiri        s’i_n             snow

Korean          ch'an             cold

Latvian          sniegs           snow      

Latvian          ziemas          winter

Lithuanian     shiema          winter

Malayam       tan.               cold

Macedonian  sima              winter

Macedonian  sneg              snow

Norwegian     snö               snow  

Polish             snieg            snow     

Polish            zimny            cold, winter

Prakrit           sin.e_ha        frost, snow

Russian        snieg              snow

Russian         zima              winter

Serbian          zima              winter

Swedish         snö                snow

Slovakian       sneh              snow

Tamil             tan.                cold, cool

Telugu          canni_l.l.u      cold weather

Ukrainian       zima               winter 

Viet. (ß)        tam                 cool

Fernando Aedo's Amerind cognates

 from   צנה TSiNaH   Strong # 6793

From Comparative Studies In Amerindian Languages, Esther Matteson (et. al.), following the Greenberg - Ruhlen's classification of New Would (Amerind) languages.

      Language isolates of Equatorial Colombia:

  1. *-si-ni-na, sisna (CaM), tishini-na (Mot) *tisini-na (Pre Mot, Chib), *s-ní (PS) cold
  2. Almosah: kissin to freeze (Algonquin (Lahontan 1703)) <--; sa:won be cold (Algic: Yurok).
  3. Andean: shininiu to get cold, to be cold; shiniquia cold; (Arabela); sanök-li cold (Capanahua); se ne cold (Zaparo)
  4. Cahuapanan: të’na’ cold (Chayahuita). 
  5. Chibchan: Lenca: c’ana cold (Chilanga); sani freeze (Similaton); Misumalpan: sang cold weather (Sumu); sainista be cold (Paya); Talamanca: sen cold (Terraba).
  6. Equatorial: senet cold weather, cold, ice; senahte’t- to be cold, get cold (Yanesha Amuesha).
  7. Keresiouan: sne¯ cold (Sioux (Say 1823)); sani cold (Tutelo (Hale 1883)); sní to be cold (Assiniboine); sní to be cold, cool (Dakota); sniyá to be chilly (weather) (Dakota).
  8. Macro-Carib: tsíñaave tremble of cold (Bora); i:sana n. cold (Surinam); ti-sano-le cold (Kaliana); tu-sano-ri cold (Cariniaco); sanora cold (Yagua Marcoy); sanehe rainy season (Fejos).
  9. Paezan: Chimu: can cold (Eten).
  10. Penutian: Mayan: tzamay cold thing (Huastec); tz^n n. cold (Ch’ol); tzuan cold (Ch’ol); tz^n’an to cool (Ch’ol); chun snow, hail (Uspantec); cham ice (Huastec).

                                       More frigidity at “SANGFROID.”


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