Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Polish from Edenic, Part III

POLISH  FROM  EDENIC   Polska Z Hebrajski   (also see the Russian, Ukrainian and Slavic lists – suggestions and corrections to

               Edenic = proto-Semitic, as best documented in the early Hebrew Bible.  


< = ultimately from the Edenic (Proto-Semitic, Biblical citations at the E-Word CD Dictionary entry [in brackets] will verify Hebrew spelling and meaning,  and should provide exotic cognates sharing the same sound and sense. The given Indo-European root is provided at each entry.)


-- Hebrew Capital Letters are root letters to be Emphasized. Normally, foreign words are not printed in upper and lower case, but Slavic presents many prefixes and suffixes to be de-emphasized.


Letter Shift Codes  A menorah of only 7 sounds, as all music is from 7 notes

שנוי בצליל האותיות


S = letter shifts: [all vowels are interchangeable, no shifts needed]

S-B = bilabial shift [interchangeable lip letters: B, F, V, W],

S-F = fricative shift,[interchangeable whistling letters: Soft C,S,TS]  

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 letters: M,N]


N = nasalization (extra M or N inserted in the root).

M = metathesis (root letters switch places). Example: M132 means that the Slavic word takes the 1st, 3rd, then 2nd root then 2nd consonant letter of the Edenic root.

ß = reverse the (root letters of) the Edenic source word

B  = a borrowing from another modern language



Key to Romanized Hebrew Aleph-Bet:

Vowels are 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; Betב  = B, Bhet = BH or (V); Gimel  ג= G; Dalet = ד D; Hey  ה= H;

 Vav  ו= V, OO or OA ; Zayinז  = Z;  Het   ח= [K]H or K[H]; Tetט  = DT; Yod  י= Y; Kahf כ,ך = K, Khaf = KH; Lamed  ל= L; Memמ,ם  = M;  Noon  נ,ן  = N; Samekh  ס= $; Ayin  ע= bracketed UPPER CASE [VOWEL] or GH;

Peyפ,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)

 (Polish often adds a Z for vowel sounds.)  Part III of IV


Mniej  (fewer, minus)  <  M132  מין MeeYN (from the
    larger amount or
  substance)  for MN opposite,
see mnogi  [MINUS]

Mniem  (believe) אמין>  AhMeeYN, believe   [AMENABLE]

Mnogi (numerous) <  המון HaMOAN (many)  -- for MN opposite

    see mniej  [MANY]

Moj  (mine, my)  < S-N  אני ANeeY, I  [ME]

MoRze  (sea, ocean ) <  מרים  [מים ]   [MaYiM] MaRiM, bitter,  briny sea     water – Exodus 15:23 – [MARINE] 

Mowa  (speech, language) <  S-N  ניב   NeeY[V], speech,

    idiom, dialect;   NeeBHAh is to  prophecy (Numbers 11:25) ;

    נב  NaBH is to utter –    [PHONETIC]

MY (we)  <  S-N  אנו  ANOO, we  [NOSTRATIC]

MYoRT'vee (R dead) <  מת MaiT, MaVeT (dead, death)

     [checkMaTe, MoRTal]

NaCiac (incise, notch) < 1. נקב NeQe[V] is a (hole, perforation) ,

   2. נקיק  NiQeeYQ , a cleft or crevise in rock 3.  נתח Na(S)aK[H] (to cut)       [NICHE, NOTCH]

naPREDCE (quickly) <   פרץ   PaRaTS  (quickly)


naPRZod ( first)  <   פרץ   PaRaTS  (quickly)  [FIRST]

naPRZYkrz-ac (pester) <  M132 פצר   PaTSaR is to press

    or urge [PESTER]

naPUCH-losc (swollen) <  תפוח TaPOOahK[H] (“something

   swelled,   apple” – Harkavy , Songs 2:5)

naSADA (foundation, base) <  יסוד Yi$oD (foundation) 


naSAL-C   (send)  <  שלך SHaLahK[H], to send off, send away

    or set free [SLOUGH]

Ni (neither)  < ß אין  AYiN is “none”  [NO]

Niania (children’s nurse) <  S-N   אמה  EeMaH, mommy, 

          אם AiM, mother     [MAMA]

NieSc (carry)  <   נשא   NaSAh (to lift, bear, take away)  [MISS]

Nie ( no)   <   ß   אין AYeeN  (there isn’t – Genesis 2:5)   [NO]

NeRKa  (kidney) <  M231 metathesis of כנור  KiNOAR (harp –

   Genesis 4:21), semi-circular, harplike shape.  [CADDY]

NO  (now then!)  <  נא  NAh, now or please  [NOW]

NoC (night)   <   נחת  NaK[H]aT, rest   [NIGHT]

NoS  (nose, nozzle, spout)  <   נוזל  NOAZaiL, pour     [NOZZLE]

NOSic (carry, wear)  <  נשא  NaSAh, to carry, bear, wear

    (Numbers 11:12)

NuZacy (fatiguing), NuDa (tediousness, boredom, weariness;

    a NUDnik can bore one to death)   < S-F S-N  מות   MOO(S),

   to die  (from impatience)    S-N  S-D    מות   MOOT, to die

   (from impatience --  Judges 16:16)  

Obwiaz  (wrap up, bind, tie)   < S-G S-B  S-F   חבש 

    [K]HaBHaSH, swaddle      [HASP]  

OGNia (fire)  < נגה  NoGaH (glow, shine)    [IGNITE]

OKRaG (circle, district, globe)  < M231 S-G S-L  עגל  [E]GoL

   or GHeGoL,   circle;  גלגל GiLGaL,   wheel ,   later  GaLGaL


OKNo (window)  <  S-G  עין    GHaYiN, eye (the window as viewing

    place or “eye”)        [“EYE”, KEN, Finnish ikkuna, window]

Omam  hallucination >  S-N    נום  NOOM, slumber [NUMB]

OPoNa ( tire)      <  אופן  OWPHaN (wheel  -- Ezekiel 3:12)

ORKan  (cyclone, hurRICane) < רוח  ROOaK[H], wind


ORoSi (sprinkle)  <  S-F ß  זרה  ZaRaH, to scatter [SOW]

OSaMotni  (isolate)  < S-F עצמי [E]TSMeeY, of the self;  עצמאי

    [A]TSMAeeY, independent [ESSENCE]

OSCHly  (dry)  <  צחה TSeeK[H]eH, dry   [dry SACK]

OSeLKa  (whetstone) < S-G   סלע  SeLGHah,  flint, rock


OSeT  (thistle)   <  Koof drops  קוץ QOATS, thorn  [ACUTE]

OSieM (number eight)  < שמונה S-F  SHMOANaH    (#8) 


OSKoma  (appetite, desire) <  ß  חשק   [K]HeySheQ, desire


OSLABiene (weakness, debility)  <  M132 S-B   שפל 

  SHaPHeL, lowness;    שפלות SHiPHLOOT  is letting down of

   the hands, idelness [SLEEP]   

Ospale (drowsily,   sluggishly); ospaly (sleepy)  <   שפל

    SHaPHaL,    fallen [SLEEP]

Ostry (sharp, acute)  <  צר  TSahR, narrow [STRESS]

Palec (anatomical digit) <  פלח  PeLaK[H] (piece,

     section of fruit) [FLAKE]

Palic (burn)   < S-B  S-L  בער  Boa[A]iR (burn)  [BURN]

PaReny (bird)     <  צפור    TSeePoR, bird      [SPARROW]

PaZuR  (talon  -- also see szpon) <  M213   צפורן  TSeePoReN,

   talon         [SPARROW]

PePek  (navel) [Yiddish pupik]  <  אביב  ABHeeYBH, bud ,

   blossom  [PIP]

Peruka (wig)  <   S-G    פרע  PeR’GHa    [PERIWIG]

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