[KRP → KRP]
It is much like CROP and CRAW (inedible chicken
innards), but CRAP (trash) is only traced to a Middle English term for chaffe.
קרב QeReBH is animal innards - Exodus12:9
- the contents of animal intestines are unfit to eat, and so are thrown
out. Also qrb in Ugaritic and Akkadian , קרב QeReBH means interior or midst as well as inward part,
intestines or bowels.
Shift the Koof to a G to get
GARBAGE. GARBAGE is a Middle English word meaning the entrails of fowl, but
Websters Universal dictionary calls the etymology obscure.
makes SCRAP (a noun and verb of discard) a cognateof words like
scrabble and scrub. More likely it is another GARBAGE or CRAP word, yet
another example of an S later added before a guttural word. See CRAW.
reason that animal intestines are SCRAPPED as trash is because they contain RAW
material not yet digested. RAW is traced to a Indo-European root that resembles our
QeRe[V]: kreue- 1 (raw flesh). A theoretical Germanic base krew (even closer to QeRe[V]) is seen in
Old English hreaw , raw. Although valuable with its
clues allowing us to link RAW to QeRe[V] and CRAW, the AHD goes on to list
cognates like CREATINE, CREODONT, CREOSOTE, CRUDE, CRUEL, ECRU, PANCREAS and
RECRUDENDESCE. Greek kreas , flesh , is cited, but the CRS in two of the words above
may come from KaRaiSH (belly -- Jeremiah 51:34). Ethiopic karsh is a stomach, and there are other
Semitic ties to the Modern Hebrew KaRai$ (belly). In addition, the PANCREAS
produces enzymes for the intestines. Far from edible flesh, this organ is
part of the SCRAPPED CRAP or GARBAGE.