Etymologies

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This section contains my analyses of Semitic and Egyptian word roots. Such a root or stem is a basic form with a very basic meaning, from which many other words with more special meanings are derived.

They’re not directly related to spookery, so this section is not of general interest to a truth-seeker. However, I found word roots useful as a starter for my research on ancient texts, because

  1. The etymology can give away the true meaning of a word, which is often not the official one, e.g. mlk for “king” being linked to mlk for “counselor”, which would mean the king serves hidden higher powers.
  2. From the general meaning of the root, you can often infer nasty derived meanings, which are kept out of the dictionaries, e.g. words for “guilt” also meaning “financial debt”.
  3. Lastly, while looking up similar words, you often find words that are suitable for puns, related or not.

Since it’s often impossible to tell if & how words are related, I’ve abandoned the etymology research for now, and are concentrating on the puns instead. I’ll leave the articles here just in case they help someone.

Egyptian word root √bỉȝ

Egyptian word root √kȝp

Egyptian word root √mȝˤ

Egyptian word root √ˤf

Egyptian word root √ˤfn

Egyptian word root √ḏbȝ

Egyptian word root √ḫpr

Semitic word root √dbr

has the basic meaning of “following”

Semitic word root √kpp

Semitic word root √kpr

has the basic meaning of “covering”

Semitic word root √mlk

has the basic meaning of “counsel”

Semitic word root √nks

Semitic word root √pn

stands for “curving”, “turning”, “changing”

Semitic word root √spr

Semitic word root √špr

Semitic word root √ṣbˀ