Thursday, January 13, 2011

Chinese from Edenic, letters N,O

CHINESE  (Mandarin) – EDENIC    Letters N, O
[George Shen  and Kinneret Pau assisted with the Chinese, Fernando Aedo  (Bantu, Dravidian, Egyptian, Mayan) and Regina Werling with global cognates. (Key to dialect abbreviations on request).   Comments to project leader Isaac: mozeson@yahoo.com]   


Chinese pictographs and definitions are from the Xinhua dictionary (X + page number).

Page numbers will vary slightly depending on the edition.
Letter Shift Codes:  Human words have only 7 anatomic 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, X]
S-G = guttural shift [interchangeable throat letters: Hard C, G, K, Q]
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 


See “XYZ” is the Edenics dictionary entry to find all Biblical citations, sub-roots, engineered synonyms and antonyms, and more 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, Zayin ז  = Z,
Het   ח= [K]H or K[H], Tetט   = DT, Yod   י = Y, Kahf כ,ך  K, Khaf = KH, Lamed   ל= L, Mem מ,ם  = M, Noon נ  = 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)

ORDER OF ENTRY:  Meaning      Chinese  pronunciation  traditional pictograph word  (simplified form when available)    page in Xinhua dictionary   guide to shifts, etc.    Edenic ultimate source in Hebrew, then transliteration    meaning of the Edenic   entry in e-word CD dictionary  and edenics.net searchable wordbase.

 If no entry exists, a Biblical citation is added.
G.C. = sample of closer global cognates. 


Name, surname   xing 
X721 S-N    שם   SHeM, name  -- see “ASHAMED”

          and the  “reputation” entry below

          G.C.:  Bantu iziina, name  (Fipa, Hangaza and Lambya dialects)


Neck   
originally yoke or collar, reverse to li(n)g () X410  neck-piece for      oxen to pull, a yoke  ß  עול  GHOAL – see  below and “Collar”

           G.C.: Kaulua is a yoke in Hawaiian. Kall is neck in Maya: Yukatan.

 

Neck-piece for oxen to pull, a yoke  yang  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).


New     xin/shin 
X717    שונה  SHOANeH, changed, different…thus new

          -- see “CHANGE”  G.C.: Bantu: shannaino is new (Mwera1 dialect).

 


Nibble       ken  
X358   טחן    DTaK[H]aN , grind -- see “CHIN”

          and  Pulverize below.  C.G.: Sanskrit kan.d is to pound; kat.t.am is chin        (Dravidian:Ta.); -kukuna is to gnaw, grind (Bantu: Venda)

 

Nod head up and down    dian () X 129 ß  נדד   NaDaD, shake, rock, swing

          -- see “NOD”  

          G.C.:  (Dravidian: K.)  danun, to shake; tÈtEm, to shake (Proto-Bantu)


Noise , sound   xiang
() X706 שאון  SHAoWN, noise, sound -- Isaiah 24:8

           -- see “SOUND”   G.C.: (Mayan: Jacaltec) lo’uson, music; (Dravidian: Pkt.)

          san.a, sound, (Dravidian: Si.) san-a, sound; Egyptian: Sma, make music,      smi, report, proclaim; (Bantu: Kalanga) suma, make noise

  
Nose  bi
X31  ß S-B  אף  AhPH, nose -- see “OPEN” and Mouth above

          G.C.: (Dravidian: Ta.) a vi, to gape, yawn; (Swahili) pua nose

          (Bantu: Bonde2)  n’pua, nose; Paa  is an Eskimo: Inupiak doorway


Not    mei 
X443  ß  S-N אין AYiN,  nothing, naught, there is not, not

          -- see “NO”   G.C.:  (Mayan: Itza, Chol) ma’an, there isn’t, none, nothing, no

                (Mayan: Yucatecan) ma’, not, no ; Old Irish ni, not. Polish NO is nie

 

Obstruct, block, place a barrier   zhang  X824 M213, S-F, S-N   חסם         [K]Ha$ahM, to prevent, block, muzzle. See “STEM”

           G.C.meaning to close up: Irish dunta, Norwegian stengt and

            Swedish stanga.

 

 

Ocean    yang X 748,9; ying  X776   ים  YaM, ocean  (Gen. 1:10), AGaN,     AGaM (basin, lake)  cognates: Agean , Cantonese yam is to drink,

          --  see “OCEAN”

           G.C.: Amerind words include: Andean: goñ, water 

          Amahuaca: junú, liquid, and junúnha, sea, great river or lake
          Arawakan/Yaru: jiñaa water, river, rain .
          Equatorial/ Asheninca: kõ jiñaa water, river, rain

 

1) Officer      jiang (general feudal administrator) () X303  סגן  $’GahN or  $’JaN  -- see “CHECKMATE”.  

2)  Official   guan    X222  S-G  כהן  KoHaiN, chief – see “KHAN”

          G.C.:  (Dravidian: P.lex.)  kan.oi, a government agriculture official;

          Japanese Shogun, official.

         

 

 

Offspring   zi   X870  sons and daughters   צאצא  TSETSAh, offspring – see       “EXIT” G.C.:  The Indo-European reconstructed root for ”son” is seue

           (to give birth).  Uzazi is birth in Swahili.

 

Olive  gan    X186  ענב  GHaNa(V), berry, grape  -- see “OLIVE”

 

Only   chi  X81 , and ge X205 (individual)  S-G  ß אח   AhKH, but, only 

         -- see “EACH”  and EXCEPT above

         G.C.: (Mayan: Uspantec) ic’an, alone, and qe, only. (Dravidian: Sh.)  ekh,

         alone ; (Bantu: Chewa) yekha, he only


Open   1. pou    X512 (cut open), 2.  pu    X513 (river mouth), 3.  pu X513          (open to all),  4. pu X514 (exposed)  <  1. פה PeH, mouth; פתה PaTaH, to   open  2. ß אף    AhPH, nose, nostril (the orifice) – see “OPEN”

           G.C.:  (Mayan: Ch’ol)  ch’ip’ open slightly ; (Dravidian: Br.) ba, mouth,

            aperture ; (Egyptian) pgA, entrance, (of building, of horizon), mouth

            (of valley

 

Or (conj.).  and, as yet, but  er   X158  או 

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