This COMMON word is from Latin com
(together, with). French comme, Irish cumme and Spanish comoare even more COMPLETELY COMPARABLE with כמו KiMoW (as, like - Genesis41:39), עם GHeeM (with - Genesis
24:58), and גם GahM
(also - Genesis3:6). The essence of togetherness, of COMMUNITY,
is the Ayin-Mem, עם GHahM (nation, people Genesis 17:14).
Joining the Ayin-Mem/GH-M guttural-nasals of togetherness
are words like עמה GHooMaH (union, junction, beside, near,
over against II Samuel 16:13), עמית GHaMeeYT (neighbor, fellow, associate
Leviticus 5:21) and עמם GHaMaM (bind, unite, cover together
COM- and CON- are
prolific prefixes. The COMBINING form within COMPANY, COMPETE,
and a whole COMPLEX of COMPANION terms reduces down to the prefix
CO-. Similarly, כ Kaph /
K' is a prefix letter in Hebrew meaning "as," "like," or
LAUDE (with praise) graduate owes that Latin "with" to עם GeeM (with).
Latin cum, with, is thought to come from an Indo-European root
kom (beside, near, by, with). Two of the listed cognates of CUM are not
absurd. One is KOINE, from Greek koinos, common (only a nasal shift
from our etymons. The other is COUNTRY, which echos עם GHahM (nation, people).
Ayin-Mem terms, along with גם GahM (also),
is related to "together" words like GAM-, GAMETE, GEMINI, JAM and
as in Welsh. Cooma
means "together" in Australian Aborigine. The prefix in COENOCYTE
is from Greek koinos (common). CENOBITE (a monk) is from the same
COMMON prefix is the related HOMO-, from Greek homos (the same). Again,
the Hebrew gutturals above prove to be HOMOGENEOUS with the English H. Hebrew
offers insights into English HOMOGRAPHS, HOMONYMS AND HOMOPHONES. HOMEOPATH displays
a variant of HOMO-, while the Greek homos is almost invisible in
-kin means "too", "also" and "likewise" in
Finnish. AKIN and AGAIN may be distant kin.
root kom (with, near, beside) is from עם [E]eM (with, close to - Genesis
24:58). The root includes CO-, COENO- and COM- words, CON, CONTRA-, CONTRARY,
COUNTER, COUNTRY (GHahM is a people or nation), CUM, ENCOUNTER and ENOUGH.
Ayin-Mem/GH-M may reverse and shift to German machen, to fit together, make. This allows us to link
MAKE to Ayin-Mem.
Arabic reverses עם [E]eM
(with ): maa.
reversal of עם [E]eM
(back to the Ayin as vowel) in Indo-Pacific words for "with" - me
(Hawaiian), ma (Tahitian and Samoan) - and the Japanese term for
"together" (mei). Ma is also in Igbo (Nigeria).
Back to a guttural Ayin, Kuma is "together" in Australian
Aborigine. Together is gahn in Thai, a reverse of Ayin-Mem עם GHeeM.
Japanese does have a related guttural-nasal; kumiai means association or union.
nation, people (also Aramaic), sounds like עם [A]hM, people (Exodus 15:13). The
first shares maternity (see MA), while the second is akin to the themes of
with, togetherness and COMMONALITY here.
cognates of CU M, English CONTRA- or French cont re could be from NeGeD (against) an
M213 metathesis or hard-CNT from NKT from NGD.
Edenic כמו KiMOA
(like, as) is abbreviated to just Kaph as a prefix. K means as, like, or
about. From this adjective K naturally became an interrogative meaning like
what? or about what? Both Hebrew KaMaH? (Genesis 15:8 an extension of
MaH, what?) and Arabic ( kam ?) mean
how much? or how many? Similar are many Romance words, like Spanish que
(what), may have thusly developed from this Kaph or its opposite: KoH, thus
Genesis 41:39 ויאמר פרעה אל־יוסף אחרי הודיע אלהים אותך את־כל־זאת אין־נבון וחכם כמוך׃
And Pharaoh said unto Joseph: Forasmuch as God hath shown thee all this, there is none so discreet and wise as thou.