Edenic WordDeeYR ZaYiN
Dalet-Yod-Resh + Zayin-Yod-Noon
officially borrowed from Arabic darassina'ah (workshop,
house of skill or trade). Notice how the initial D was dropped.
The Hebrew is much closer to the
way an ARSENAL is used, as a place for storing or making weapons. דור Dalet-Vav-Resh, DOOR
is to dwell, (see DWELL). The ו Vav is pronounced as a W, and the Liquid shifts
from R to L. In the second element of the Arabic etymon, זין ZaYiN is a noun
and verb of arms and weapons, with a related term in Aramaic-Syriac.
דיר DeeYR is a
shed, דירה DeeYRaH is the modern Hebrew for an
apartment -- both from the Dalet-Yod-Resh above .