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CAPR(ICE) GHoaPHeR Ayin-Phey- -Resh
gho-PHERE___ __עפר___ ___[G(H)-PH-R à CPR]
ROOTS: CAPRICE means whimsy, impulsive creativity, as in a CAPRICCIO musical riff of improvisation.
The AHD recognizes the influence of a goat's (Latin capra) friskiness, but leans toward Latin ericius (hedgehog) since sudden fright
and starts are about a "head with the hair hair standing on end resembling a hedgehog." Therefore, the brilliant authorities who write our etymologies have CAPRICE coming from a fabricated Indo-European "root" kaput (head).
Again, our historical linguists lump words together based on corrupted sounds and arbitrary spelling.
CAPR(ICE) is more likely from the frisky עפר GHoaPHeR, fawn, the frolicking young of ruminants (Songs 2:8,9).
BRANCHES: The same root of CAPRICORN, Latin caper (goat), is from the same Ayin-Phey-Resh, GH-P-R,. Now we have a better source for CAPER and CAPRIOLE (a playful jump, leap or hop ). Old goats do not skip about; fawns do. Even an aged goat is smaller than other cattle. An ancient Edenic word for a small ruminant makes more sense for a goat than even the heady "hedgehog" theory. The young = small equation appears at the “BIG” and “ZERO” entries.
The actual "head" etymon is seen at "CAPITAL."
Words listed under IE "root" kaput (head) wrongly counted as cognates of CAPRICE include: BICEPS, CABEZON, CADET, CAPE, CAPITULATE, CAPO, CAPTAIN, CATTLE, CHAPTER , CHIEF(TAIN), HEAD, KERCHIEF, MISCHIEF, PRECIPITATE, and TRICEPS.
CAPPUCINO could have been included, as it was named for the creamed coffee color of a monk's hooded habit.
2013 E-Word Digital Dict. (1200 pgs of data) http://youtu.be/ZR0ftoBFdCA; The Origin of Speeches( Edenics theory) :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rr0uXlX3bDQ
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