CHINESE (Mandarin) – EDENIC
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ß = reverse the (root letters of) the Edenic word
Dalet = ד D, Hey ה= H, Vav ו = V, OO or OA, Zayin ז = Z,
G.C. = sample of closer global cognates.
Deer lu 鹿 X422 ß איל AhYiL is a stag, hart or gazelle. -- see “ELK”
The deer-like ELAND is an official cognate.
and Guard and Shield below
G.C. : a_nga, to intercept, prevention, defence (Dravidian: Kui)
1. בין BaiYN, understanding, between See Side by side below and
2. בינה BeeYNaH, discrimination -- see “BONE UP”
G.C.: bayina , between (Bantu: Emakhua)
Direction -- see POINT
Discuss, talk over shang 商 X573 N. S-G S-F שיח SeeYaK[H], converse. See “SAY.”
G.C.: Old Norse segja looks like an M132 of שיחה SeeYK[H]aH. The Dutch (zeggen) and German (sagen) forms of SAY also render the ח Het as a G.
-- see “INNOCENT” G.C.: qam, sick, gravely ill (Mayan: Ch’ol)
עשה [A]SeH also means to create, so see Make below
G.C.: Italian usare is to use or make use of.. From עשה GHaSeH, to do:
khoza, to do, to do well, accomplish, be able to do (Bantu: Chewa)
Israelite citizen is sinking low metaphorically. ß מטה MaDTaH, down,
low. See “NETHER” G.C.: Related words meaning “down” include Danish
and Norwegian ned, and Swedish nedat.
Drive (cattle) gan 趕 （赶）X 195 ß נהע NaHaG, to drive -- see “NAG”
G.C.: nika_sn.o, to drive out (Dravidian: Ku.) Archaic Dutch negghe is to
Dry gan 乾(干) X195 ß נגב NeGe(V), dry (adj. and the verb to dry). Syriac too.
Appears in the Bible as the name for the arid southern region of Israel, the Negev, Genesis 13:1. See “SACK (dry)” Kanso is to dry up in Japanese.
Using the second part of the Edenic is Swahili kavu, dry.
G.C.: Duo is two in Latin; di is two in Greek; In Avestan of ancient Persia
two was dva.
Each – see One below
Eel shan 鱔 X573 and earthworm נחש Na[K]HaSH, snake -- see “SNAKE”
G.C.: SNIG is an eel in English dialect. It echoes “snake.” After an M123
metahesis it is NGS, minor shifts away from נחש Na[K]HaSH, snake.
Ethnic group, a people min
Friday, November 19, 2010
Chinese-from-Edenic, draft part three
Posted by IsaacMozeson at 9:59 AM