Friday, March 4, 2011

Low on Funds and Knowledge, "Scholars" Scrape the Bottom of the Barrel

The reference books tell us that FUNDS (money)
comes from a  Latin word meaning "bottom."  Huh?!
They are once again desperately scraping the bottom for racially acceptable (Indo-European) etymologies.

Sorry bozos. I aint betting my bottom dollar on scholarship
that leaves out the Semitic family
where literacy developed.

The entry:


BAND           ABHNaiDT          Aleph-Bhet-Nooמ-Tet

abh-NATE_____ אבנט____ _[(A)BN-DT --> BND]

ROOTS: The dictionaries do sense that a BAND BINDS into a BUNDLE. The theoretical IE “root” reconstructed for BAND is bhendh (to bind). 

The strip of material that BINDS or BUNDLES a person is a belt.  אבנט AhBHNaiDT is the belt, girdle, or sash that the priests wear in Exodus 29:9.

 There is no Bet-Noon-Tet word of BANDING or BINDING in the Hebrew Bible.  But אבנט AhBHNaiDT appears to be proof that there could be such a verb; scholars of Hebrew call this reconstruction a  “primitive root.”



BRANCHES:    A BAND and a BANDAGE are related cloth BINDINGS. The CUMMERBUND, attributed to Hindi and Per­sian, is precisely this sash for the waist.

(CUMMER)BUND is tied in with BAND, BANANA, BEND, BIN (see “BIN”), BOND, BUND and BUNDLE at the IE “root” bhendh (to bind).

German Bund  or Bundel  is a waistband,  any bundle or federation tied together.  Belt-tightening in a speech, will make it bundig  (concise, to the point).  German winden and binden are the immediate source for the English verbs to BIND and to WIND. 

 The Persian equivalent is bando, and the Sanskrit is bandha.  A related Sanskrit word is vant (to surround -- BD).

A FUND (ready money) is not from Latin fundus (bottom), but from FOONDaH (a "borrowing" from Latin in Talmudic Hebrew).  The Latin term for a place to keep one's ready money is also the term for a belt, purse or money belt

 The origin of this belt word is our same אבנט  ABHNaiDT. The  Edenic Bhet/BH shifts bilabials to the F of FUND. The Edenic Tet/DT easily renders a D or T.  FUND (money belt) and אבנט  ABHNaiDT are  just a Noon/N and letter shifts away from  אפד OFahD (to gird – see “PAD”).    See “BIND” and “BUNTING.”

So where is BOTTOM or Latin FUNDus from?
Any middle N or M is always suspect, and reversing to D-F matches the dental-bilabial in BoTTom reversed, and certainly words like DEPth and DEEP. These are at the "DIP" entry,  with other BT bottom words like BATH and BATHOS, from       טבע  DTaBH[A]h,  sunk.

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