CHINESE (Mandarin) – EDENIC
Comments to project leader Isaac: firstname.lastname@example.org] Introduction: The skeptic will dismiss sound and sense similarities between “unrelated languages” as coincidence. Twenty of these are allowed to exist, they say, just by mathematical chance. Therefore, much more than 20 links from Chinese to Edenic (Proto-Semitic, as documented in the Hebrew Bible) are presented below. Consider the following “coincidence,” and figure the mathematical odds: Chinese yan 眼= eye, and yuan 源= water source. In Ancient Hebrew, these are both Ayin-Yod-Noon, עין [A]YiN.
Most Chinese words do not have two consonants, greatly reducing the size of this comparison. Letters have been dropped and transformed into tones. Even though a Resh/R is most likely to be dropped, this list does not include, for example, shi X588 verse from שירהSHeeRaH, poetry. When considering the available two-consonant words, a remarkably high percentage of correspondence is seen. Chinese pictographs and definitions are from the Xinhua dictionary (X + page number).
Page numbers will vary slightly depending on the edition.
ß = reverse the (root letters of) the Edenic word
Dalet = ד D, Hey ה= H, Vav ו = V, OO or OA, Zayin ז = Z,
If no entry exists, a Biblical citation is added.
Make, create 1 zou 做 X883 ß עשה GHaSaH, to make, produce, do 2. zao 造 X810 יצור YiTSOOR, to fashion [an end-Resh/R is always dropped]
-- see “STYLE” and Do above.
G.C. Hacer is to make in Spanish.
Mama mu 母 X466; ma 媽 (妈) X433 , ß אם EM, mother, while nai means breasts, milk, suckling and grandmother X471 < S-N -- see “MAMA”
G.C.: Bantu mamas include: mau (Pongoro) and umai (Bungu),
Mayan mamas include me’ (Tzotzil). Nasal-vowel “mother” words are an
acknowledged human universal.
Man, male nan 男X471 S-N אמן OaMahN, craftsman
– see “MAN”
Material (non-spiritual), dust, dirt chen 塵 (尘) X73 S-N חמר K[H]eyMeR, material, clay. See “MAROON.”
Me (1st per. Pron.) in dial. I, We, My or Our is an 俺 X6. Me in Cantonese is ngo 我, in Korean na, and in Basque ni. אני ANeeY, me; אנו ANOO is we.
-- see “ME”
Miracle, supernatural, mythic shen 神 X583 ß S-F נס Nai$,
,sign wondrous event, … miracle (Numbers 26:10).
-- see “SIGN”
Mistreat , loss, disadvantage yuan 冤 X 794; also nao X473 = disturb ß נוי ע [E]eNOOY, affliction. עני [A]hNeeY, poor, lowly. ענה [A]NaH, to afflict
-- see “ANNOY” see Oppress below
G.C.: Hawaiian inea means hardship and suffering
Moth zhu 蛀 X859 ß עש [A]hS, moth. Job 4:19
Motion, movement yun 運 (运) X802 נוע NOO[A], motion, movement -- see “MOTION” See Move below.
Mound, dun 墩 X149 (60) נד NaiD, mound see Raised land below
-- see “DUNE”
GC : The ANDES mountains derive from Quechua Indian andi (high crest)
Indo-European roots: neu (to nod). meue (to push away).
Mouth of river pu 浦 X513 פה PeH, mouth -- see “OPEN” and Nose below
G.C.: Ip is a Korean mouth; Paa is an Eskimo: Inupiak doorway
ß יון YaVaiN, mud, mire -- see “FENWAY”
GC: Spanish fango is mud. Swamp is beung in Thai. The WN in Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada), means swamp in Cree (Native American)
Mulberry ren 葚 X556 ß S-N מר MahR, bitter -- see “MARINE”
G.C. : Latin amarus (bitter), the M-R of Latin morus (mulberry) shifted to M-L in the bitter-sweet MULBERRY
-- see “ASHAMED”
and the “reputation” entry below
G.C.: Bantu iziina, name (Fipa, Hangaza and Lambya dialects)
G.C.: Kaulua is a yoke in Hawaiian. Kall is neck in Maya: Yukatan.
Neck-piece for oxen to pull, a yoke yang 鞅 X750 1. ענק [A]NaQ, necklace
2. חנק [K]HeNeQ, to choke the neck – see “ NECK ”
G.C: The Cantonese neck is gan (reversed nasal-guttural).
Friday, December 24, 2010
Chinese from Edenic, Part VII
Posted by IsaacMozeson at 8:59 AM