Origin of English word GOSSIP

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The word GOSSIP is addressed in the entry: SEPT


English Word

SEPT

Edenic Word

SHeyBHeDT

Hebrew Word

שבט

Transliteration

Shin-Bhet-Tet

Pronounciation

S(H)EBH-ET

Conversion

[SH-BH-T → SPT]

Meaning

a tribe

Roots

A SEPT is an "old Irish clan or tribe ruled by a patriarch" or any similar group. The term is linked to Old French septe and is guessed to be a variant of "sect."  שבט    SHeyBHeDT is a "tribe" (Numbers24:2) or a branch.  See SWITCH and SCEPTER for   שבט SHeyBHeDT as a rod.


Branches

The SWAT people of East India may be named for a lost cognate of SEPT. The verb SWAT is similar for good reason – see   SWITCH. SIBLING, SIB and GOSSIP are from Old English sibb (relative).   The Indo-European “root” is s(w)e, third person prounoun, thus “we.” Ssibb and SIBLING are  clipped forms of  SHeyBHeDT.  The S-B is shifted to S-P in German Sippe (tribe, relations, family, …clan or clique).


Bible Verses

Numbers 24:2 ו ישׂא בלעם את־עיניו וירא את־ישׂראל שׁכן לשׁבטיו ותהי עליו רוח אלהים׃

“And Balaam lifted up his eyes, and he saw Israel dwelling tribe by tribe; and the spirit of God came upon him.”


Strong

(7626)



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