Thursday, May 5, 2011




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



< = 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)



SaD (orchard) <   שדה  SaDeH (cultivated, sodden field)

       [SOD, paraDiSe]

SaDziC (judge) <    צדק   TSeDeQ (justice) , TSaDiQ, righteous one   [SynDiCate]

SaKwa (pouch) <   שק  SahQ (bag)   [SACK]

Sam  (the very, alone) < S-F עצם  [E]TSeM, selfsame;

     עצמי  [A]TSMeeY,   self  [OSTEOMA]

SieDziecet' (sit)  <    שת  SHaT (set)         [Sit, SeT]

SeN (sleep, dream), SeNnosc (sleepiness)  <  S-F שנה  SHeyNaH, sleep       [INSOMNIA]

SPOCZ-ac (rest, religious holiday)  < S-B   שבת  SHaBa(S), Sabbath day      [SaBBaTical, SPACE,  SToP]

Szkola  (school)  < שכל SeKHeL, wisdom [SCHOOL]

SieGac (reach)     <    השיג HeeSeeYG           [ShaG]

SieRoTa   (orphan) <   שריד  SaReeYD  (survivor, remnant)

SKuL-ic  (crouch, squat) < S-F  זחל    ZaK[H]ahL, crawl, creep


SLABy weak, faint… decline  < M132 S-B   שפל, שפלות, SHaPHEL,   SHIPHLOO(S),  lowness, shiftless, sinking  (of hands) [SLEEP]

SLaC (send)  <    שלח SHaLaK[H] is to send off, send away or set free                 [SLING]

sLoDyCz   (sweet) seems to be a cognate (M321) with other

    European DLK sweet terms,   like dulce and dolce in Spanish

  and Italian.  The Slavic LDK  need  not be a corruption from I.E., but   is an M312 from Edenic  דקל DeQeL,   date palm, the first source of honey      [DULCET]

Sluz-aca  (maid, servant)  < S-L    S-F  שרות  SHaiRoo(S), service  [SIR]

Smiech (laugh) < שמח SaMaK[H], to rejoice [SMIRK]

Sokora, (black poplar) <   שחורSHa[K]HOAR, black [CHAR]

Sos (gravy) <עסיס   [A]$eeY$, juice  [SAUCE]

SPiaw (floating)  <  , S-F  צף  TSahPH, to float [SPARROW]

 SPOLka  (a company or partnership) <  S-L  צבור TSiBOOR, community of peers [SPARROW]

Staw (pond)  <  S-B   ß of  בץ BoaTS  (mud, slime… bog, shallow pond –  Jeremiah 38:22 – (Bet shifts bilabial to W)   [PITCH]

suchej ,  SuCHy (dry)    <   צחיח TSa[K]HeeYa[K]H      [dry SaCK]

SuS ( leap, bound, jump) < S-F  זוז   ZOOZ; the Polish helps explain why a horsee is a   סוס $OO$  [PEGASUS]

SyPaC (pour)   <   שפך    SHiPHoKH, pour  (I Samuel 1:15)

Szesc (number six) <  שש SHaiSH , six – see “SIX”

SzPON  (talon, also see pazur)  < dropped  R, S-F  צפורן  TSeePoReN,    talon, fingernail [SPARROW]

SzyLD (sign-board)    <   שלט SHeLeDT         [SHEILD]

TaTus (daddy)   <  S-Dדוד    DOAD, uncle, beloved (…any close male   relative) [DaD]

TRaKt  (road) <  S-G  דרך DeReKH  (way, road)      [DiReCtion, TRaCK]

Trz-trz- words (all Slavic  three words) <  Aramaic תלת  TLaS, three


TRzeWik. (shoe  -- Polish often adds a Z for vowel sounds.) <  S-D, S-L,   S-B   טלף DTeLePH,  (hoof, thus foot covering)     [TALIPES]

TRzoDa  (herd)  <  M 231  S-D   עדר  [A]iDeR, herd   [HERD]

TY (pronoun: you) <  אתה ,  את ATaH, AhT (masc., fem. of pronoun: you)    [THEE]

uGoDa  (agreement) <  אגד EGeD, union – see zgoda [GATHER]

UkoCHaNy  (beloved, darling) <   חן K[H]aiN, grace, favor – Genesis 6:8,     K[H]eMeD, desire –    Exodus 34:24

uSMieCH (smile), SMieCH (laugh) <   שמיח  SaMaY[K]H  (happy)     [SMuG, Smile]

WiD-  to see  (widz = looker-on)  < S-B   הביט   HeeBeeYDT, to look at      [VIDeo]  (see widziec below)

WoL (ox)      <  S-B S-L  פר  PHaR (ox)  [PH=V, R=L           BuLL]

W, We  (in, at, by)   <    ב  B’, Be-                         [prep.  By]

Waga (weight, importance)  1. ß   B   כבד KaBHoaD, weight, importance

    (honor)   [WEIGHT]  2. ß    S-B   גבר Ga(V)ahR, to overcome;  

      Ge(V)eR ,  a man with gravitas [GRAVITY]

WCzoRaj (yesterday – as Czech vcera) <  M213  עבר GHaBHaR, over, past    – a metathesis of  the Ayin and Bhet , guttural and bilabial  [ see OVER]

WiDziec (see), WiDok (view)   < S-B   S-D    הביט  HeeBeeYDT

       [VIDEO]   (see WiD above)

     I’ll “see you again” is the Bet-Tet / (BT or VD) element behind the   phrase of goodbye in  Polish do widzenia and Russian dozviddania.

WieCZOR (evening)  <  M3214  שחור  S(H)aK[H]oWR  (dark, black)      [SOIREE]

Wiele  much, many; wielo-  multi-;  wielu  many  <   ß  רב  Rah(V),   much, many, great, the prefix in “variegated”

WiLK  (wolf)  < ß or M321  כלב  KeLe(V), canine 

ZaBa (frog)  <   צב  TSaBH (lizard, tortoise – Leviticus 11:29)

Zad, zadek  (backside, back) <  צד TSahD, side   [SIDE]

ZaKRyvaht' (close) <  סגר $oGeR (close, shut)         [SECURE]

Zamiar (design, intension) , Zamy-sl  (design, purpose, aim, intention)   <   זמם ZaMaM, devise, plot  Genesis 11:6  [DESIGN]

ZaSLona (shade, shield, curtain, veil)    <  צל TSaiL, shade,

   protective cover  [SILHOUETTE]

zaSTeP  (host, legion, troop, representative)  < S-D   צבא  TSaBHAh, army,   fighting force  (Numbers 31:27)  , (heavenly) host (Genesis 2:1);     literally: one’s command

ZDRowie  (health) <  S-F  סדר  $ayDeR, in order, B’$ayDeR, OK,     in good health  [HEALTH, SIDEREAL]

Ze (this)   

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