Number ONE in the Americas
Semitic-influenced “number” words of striking similarity have been noted in Indo-European languages and beyond. The names of 2, 6 and 7 are especially popular. The dominant explanation for this is that Arabic merchants along the Spice Road spread these number words. An isolated island in Samoa will use their Edenic Human Language Program to coin their own word for ONE: the Tokelauan/ Polynesian reverse אחת A[K]HaT (one) to tahi. [Givon Zirkind] Arabic numerals did not make it to the New Word.
The Myopic Math of the Coincidence Criers will tell you that their should be millions of New World words with guttural-dentals. What they leave out of the equation is that only a handful of the average vocabulary of 30,000 words can mean “one.” Meaning is not in the vocabulary of secular “scholars” who are religiously commited to words ultimately coming from monkey-uncles. The data below (far-ranging but not exhaustive) requires a better reason than “coincidence” to explain why so many New World words for number one (1) are guttural-dental or the reverse, similar to Aramaic חד K[H]aD (one), Ancient Hebrew אחד EK[H]aD (one, masculine) or אחת AK[H]aT (one, feminine). German S = reverse
The guttural-dental of Edenic אחד EK[H]aD, one, (m.) or EK[H]aT/(S) (f.) predominates in Native American languages:
Native American words for ONE by Avraham “Philip” Van Riper
DAKOTA means “allies,” peoples that are as one, יחד YaK[H]aD, together
From Regina Waring: IROQUOIs words for ONE: forms of אחד EK[H]aD (one, m.) or אחת AK[H]aT/ AK[H]a(S) (one, f.)
The quantity and quality of “number one” words from guttural-dental/fricative is surprising. The amount of centuries and miles from any Homo Sapens Semitic homeland in Shinar/Sumer is so large that one only expects a handul of close-sounding exceptions, and many more examples of a culture coming up with their own way to express “number one.” “Number one” words like Ihłaki (#1) in the north Athbaskan language of Gwich’in, a good liquid-guttural “number one” word coming from רק RahQ (“only).Another expected New World “number one” is do:pa in Zuni, a pueblo Indian language of New Mexico. The source seems to be a reversal with shifts of lip and tooth letter (S-B S-D) of בדד BHaDahD, solitary, alone. Zuni is classified as an "isolate" language, with no known affinities. Basque, the world’s most famous “isolate” (with scores of Edenic roots), has a similar “number one” word: bat.