Edenic WordDooW (Aramaic)
DUO is two in Latin; di is two in
Greek.the alleged Indo-European root is dwo (two).
The Aramaic דו DOO or DooW means two. Not Semitic, but
one of the most ancient Indo-Aryan tongues, is Avestan. In ancient Persia two
was dva. In Modern Hebrew דו שיח DOO-SeeYaK[H] is a DIALOGUE. To see the IE
root dwo read the Vav of DOO as a consonant (V,W) instead of a vowel
(oo). DooW instead of DOO. The DW number twos may be BeT (#2) reversed (see
below). There is an Edenic dental-vowel of duality. See Tahf, Alef-Vav-(Mem),
TEoW(M) at TWIN.
under Indo-European root dwo include: All DI-, DIA-, or DIS- words, DEUCE, DEUTERONOMY,
DICHOTOMY, DIPLOMA, DOUBLE, DOUBLET, DOUBLOON, DOUBT, DOUBTFUL, DOZEN, DUBIOUS,
DUAD, DUPLEX, DUPLICATE, TWELVE, TWENTY, TWICE, TWIG, TWILIGHT, TWILL, TWINE,
TWIST, TWO and ZWIEBACK (from German zwie). See CIRRUS)
TWO and TWAIN are discussed at TEAM and TWIN - from TEoWM or
TEWoM (twin - Genesis38:27). Malay dua (two)
is not borrowed fromFrench deux or Italian due. The
Kurdish two is du.
not another DI-word. It's from Greek dike (right, law, justice) - from
TSeDeQ (righteousness, justice see SYNDICATE).
the initial S might be the Japanese two, ni, from (SHA)NE (second).
DIN OSAUR, DINOTHERE and DIRE,
from Indo-European root dwei (to fear) are related to Indo-European dwo (two) because the
root for fear originally meant "to be in doubt, be of two minds."
Dalet-with-Vav-as-vowel terms for 2 include: French deux , Italian due, Portuguese dois , Romanian doi and Spanish dos . The Dalet-Vav is a consonant by
the time it gets to Czech dve or
Polish dwa . A dental shift in heard in German zwei and Dutch twee (closer to English TWO than to
Danish to or Korean tu .
of the worlds words for two are variants of 1 (see EACH). Others
have the BL root of intertwined or mixed components seen at BALL. An unusual
2, like Armenian erku, is from AKHeR (other… that is, unlike the
first). A Chinese twosome (pair or couple) is a duiu X148. Russian two
researcher Joshua Ben (with a focus on Austronesian) posits that the many two
words sounding like DeW (and this would include the Aramaic etymon) are
reversals of Bet (Edenic 2nd letter and no. 2). See EIGHT from Het
(#8). DW is merely a shifted TW according to what he coins as Joshuas 2nd Law of Edenics. Some of Joshs
findings include: Sundanese: duwe,Acehnese: duwa, Indonesian: dua, Balinese:
dua, Madurese: dua, Sawu: due, Toraja: dua, MALAY: dua, ILOKANO: dua,(Borneo)
Apo Duat, E. Kadazan: duBu, S. Halmahera (NW New Guinea/ Kaiwai: wet, SE
Maluku/Yamdena: duw. German zwei (two)and tsvei (two) in Yiddish
he would see as one of the many TWO words from Zayin-Vav, the second month ( 1