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Saboi
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Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Saboi » Thu Oct 25, 2018 11:57 am

Ancient Spain was dominated by the Phoenicians and the language they spoke is the same language of the Old Testament and the language naturally evolved into Spanish and is not a pedigree Latin Language, for example Spanish has definite articles and a single letter conjunction, Latin does not.

- Punic Spanish-
Ciudad : חדש , κτίσις , κτίζω , Cadiz "City"
Rey : Rex - αρχ - (מלך > לך) "King"
Mule : מול
Burro : פרא "Wild Ass"
Toro : תור, ταύρος "Bull"
circulo: גלגל "Circle"
Luna: לבנה, σελήνη "Moon"
Cueva : כף "Cave/Hollow of a Rock"
Capital : כפתר "off a Pillar/plant"
Medida מדד "measure"
Familian : עמילאמ - Ϝὁμιλίαν ( Family)
música : משיח - μουσικός (Music)
agua : אפיק - πηγή (Water)
hielo : שלג/תלג - χάλαζα (Ice/Snow)
Salud : שלות (Welfare)

נגש (ἐγγίσας) Casi, acceso
נדד (πτοέω) miedo
נפש (ψύχω ) espiedo
מלצ (γλυκέα ) glucosa , piélago
מלח (ἁλυκή ) sal, Mar
מתת (δοτός ) dádiva
מלל (λαλέω) llorar , chillón
מלכ (ἄνα, ἀρχός) Rey
נבא (βοή) Voz

-דרך- 'Walk'
Tren
Recua
Reata
Caravana
Carril
Huella
carrera
Raza
Marcha
Rastro
Regats
Curso
Barco
Sendero
Correr
Marca
Huir
Progreso
Cargar
τρόχου
Traer
Corriente

-דבר-
Habler
Converse
Parar
Fabula
Decir
Saber
Fichar
Seguir
Palabra
dibujar
Verbo
Parlante
Dicho
Libro
Por
Biblio
escribir

-שיח- 'Muse''
Música, músico
Musa
Juicio
psíquico
Higo, Ficus
Sofia , σοφία
Sopio
Sicomoro, συκαμίνους , συκάμινα
موسيقى (musiqaa)
Μοῦσαι, Μουσικός
Cognición, Cogito
Canción, Canto , Encantar
Sing , Song
-Poesía

-חמד-
Humo
Fumar
Pefuma
Animo
Ahumar
Tomillo
anhelo
hinnio
fuego
Thyme
δαίμων , θύμων, δάος
Fumus
θυμος
धूम (dhūmá)
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Saboi
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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Saboi » Thu Oct 25, 2018 2:29 pm

A word is that common in European languages is the word 'Double', a classical way of writing this is 'Two Fold' and always a compound.

(cognates of 'Double')
TwoFold
CoPula
DuPlico
BiPlex
BiFarius
BiNarius
GeMellus
DiPloun
DuPlus
DePartire
DiVider

The Hebrew word for double is כפל 'Kaphal', this is a compound of two words (not a root) and cognate of διπλόος
and the Suffix, פל, πλόο, Fold, Plico, Plus, VIder, Partire, the root form is בדל (badal) h914.

בדל badal or Vadal, sounds similar to 'Vider' that derive 'Divide' and the Hebrew B interchanges with M , for it also
cognates with the word, 'middle' , 'two from the middle', 'split in two, בדל also a cognate of 'With, Width' Widow. ect.

כפל = שנ בדל
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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Saboi » Thu Oct 25, 2018 4:01 pm

Most of the Spanish and Hebrew numbers are cognates even the words for Eight and Nine, they make look vastly different, but are still cognates.

Nueve: תש עה = תשעה = εις δεκά (Two from ten)
Ocho : ש מ נה = שמנה = δύο ἄπο δεκά (One from ten)

These numbers are logically named, עה stands for δεκά , the d drops out and ע and κ are gutturals and the first syllable, תש stands for εις and ὀκτώ is δεκά δύο, syllables reverse to avoid confusion with δύο δεκά.

אבע = Four (One Minus five) *א ר בע
שבע = Seven (Two plus Five) *ש בע

These numbers share the same prefix, בע and this stands for V meaning Five, these numbers were originally written
as lines, I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, IIX, IX, X (prototype form of the Latin numerals)
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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Isaac Fried » Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:04 am

Cadiz is possibly קדש QADE$ for a temple that was there.

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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Saboi » Fri Oct 26, 2018 7:17 am

The word Cadiz, the cognate is κτίσις , κτίζω means 'of a city, found, build' , Indeed this also serves as the Prefix for the word 'Hispania'
which is חדש + קן meaning 'New Phoenicia'.
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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Isaac Fried » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:04 pm

In post biblical Hebrew כפל KPL branched into קפל QPL, 'fold'. Both roots being close relatives of קבל QBL, 'parallel, opposite, against, confronting', as in Ex. 26:5
מַקְבִּילֹת הַלֻּלָאֹת אִשָּׁה אֶל אֲחֹתָהּ
NIV: "with the loops opposite each other"

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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Isaac Fried » Sat Oct 27, 2018 11:19 pm

If Cadiz is קן-חדיש QEN-XADI$, 'a new nest', then Madrid is possibly similarly מטר-מטריד MATAR-MATRID, 'relentless rain', and New-York is נוה-ירוֹק NAWE-YAROQ, 'a green abode'.

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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Saboi » Sun Oct 28, 2018 9:19 am

The word Phoenix, begins with PHI, this particular letter derive from QOPH, thus Φοῖνιξ interchanges with קοῖνιξ , without the
vowels and ending, becomes קיני.

Numbers 24:21
And he looked on the Kenites (קיני), and took up his parable, and said, Strong is thy dwellingplace, and thou puttest thy nest (קנך) in a rock.

Jeremiah 22:23
O inhabitant of Lebanon, that makest thy nest(קנ)

The Phoenix is described in Ezekiel

Ezekiel 17:3
And say, Thus saith the Lord GOD; A great eagle with great wings, long winged, full of feathers,which had divers colours and came unto Lebanon.
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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Saboi » Sun Oct 28, 2018 10:10 am

This is more apparent comparing Latin & Greek, the Latin word for five is QUINQUE and PENTE in Greek, however they
are cognates of the Hebrew, חמש (Khamesh), another is the Latin for Horse , EQUUS, that is IPPOS in Greek and this interchanging
between P and Q and i believe the Hebrew, Qoph produces both the Qo and Ph sound, hence the name, Qoph.

The Greek word for 'Bunch of Grapes' is σταφυλή, however in Hebrew, this is more like σταקυλή hence אשכל.

Gen 40:10 - Ripe grapes
βότρυες σταφυλῆς (LXX) בשילו אשכלתיה (MT)
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Re: Spanish = Modern Hebrew

Postby Isaac Fried » Sun Oct 28, 2018 11:46 am

אשכוֹל is an:
אשקוֹל בעל משקל שכולל הרבה ענבים סגלגלים עקוּלים ומעוּגלים טובים לאכילה
It is not σταφυλή

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