STORM ZeReM Zayin-Resh-Mem
Zeh-REM זרם [ZRM à ST-R-M]
ROOTS: To STORM can infer a disturbance of rain or snow, or a violent rush of STORMY emotion.
There is no known source older than identical Old English. The alleged Indo-Euopean "root" of STORM is a verb of turning and whirring – twer-1. To see what the scholars could not untwist, see words like TURBO and TURBINE at "DISTURB."
1) זרם ZeReM is a storm, flood, violent shower (Isaiah 4:6). For the flood sense, see STREAM at "SERUM." זרים ZaReeYM came to mean STREAMLINED and הזרים HeeZ'ReeYM, poured, flooded streamed, speaks to the wet torrents of storm.
2) But STORM has "dry" meanings that are more about violence and speed, like STORMING out of a meeting in angry protest, (see the German below). מרוץ MayROATS is a fast running (Ecclesiastes 9:11), see the ר-ץ Resh-Tsade of (running) RACE at "ROTATE." Read left-to-right, מרוץ MayROATS is STORM.
BRANCHES: 1) ז Zayin/Z to ST is an extreme fricative shift, but it can be seen at entries like "SERUM" (with STREAM), "STREW" and "STRIKE."
2) Even the German noun and verb of STORM/STORMING,Sturm and stürmen, is about rushing wind and violent rage – not downpouring of precipitation. When a STORMTROOPER has to quickly march in Sturmschritt (double-time step), this is about rushing speed, not squirtguns and water balloons.
STURM UND DRANG, passionate German Romanticism, or any turmoil, became an English term.
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