[ PH-GH-L → FCL]
Latin facere is to make, do.
A liquid shift away (Lamed/L to R) is פעל Po[A]hL or FaGHahL is to do, make, act (Numbers 23:23),
FaGHahL is "work" (of hands) in Deuteronomy33:11.
Latin farious (doing), French faire (to do) and facere
above are all a liquid shift away from Phey-Lamed, but are filed under the
alleged Indo-European root dhe - 1 (to set,
put). The Hebrew PH-L and PH-K suit the etymons above with FACILITY.
is defined as "to produce;" in Proverbs3:13 and
12:2 the verb is translated "to attain" and "to
earn." A synonym by metahesis is Hebrew פלח PaLaK[H] to "cleave" (the earth) in Psalm141:7…
then any service or labor. The guttural Ayin/GH of פעל PaGHahL matches
the Het of פלח PeLaKH.
FACILITY is about the ease of doing something. נפעל NiFGHahL is, in grammar,
that which is
passive, reflective .. thus easy to do.
Most are the AHDs
listed of FACILE and FACULTY are too far from sound and sense
to warrant listing. The better ones include: AFFECT, AFFECTION, ARTIFICE, ARTIFACT, BENEFACTION DIFFICULT,
EFFECT, FACT, FACTION, FACTORY, MANUFACTURE, PERFECT and SACRIFICE..
FIGURE. For the Ayin here sounded as a vowel, see SAVOIR FAIRE.
Besides, this English borrowing of French faire (to make or do), perhaps
Hungarian industry (ipar) is also a Phey-Ayin-Lamed term of
production. Because the Ayin in Phey-Ayin-Lamed (shifted liquids to L) could be
a voiceless vowel, like the French faire (to make or do) or a guttural
as in Latin facere (to do, make) there are many Engluish words to be
traced to our Edenic etymon that are now attributed to a concoction called dhe
1 (to set, put) by the good people at
the AHD. Some alleged lcognates of AFFAIR not listed above are: AMPLIFY,
BEATIFIC, BENEFICE, BENEFIT, CHAFE, COMFIT, CONFECT. CONFETTI, COUNTERRFEIT,
DEFEASANCE, DEFEAT, DEFECT, DEFICIENT, DISCOMFIT, EDEFICE, EDIFY, EFFICACIOUS,
EFFICIENT, -FACIENT, FACSIMILE, FACTITIOUS, FACTOR, FASHION. FEAT, FEATURE,
FETISH, -FIC, FORFEIT, -FY, INFECT, MALEFACTOR, MALFEASANCE, MANUFACTURE,
MISFEASANCE, PERFECT, PLUPERFECT, PREFECT, PROFICIENT, SACRIFICE, SUFFICE,
SUFFICIENT and VIVIFY (see VIVID). Non-English cognates of AFFAIRE
include French affaire, .Italian affare, Rumanian afacere, and
Indonesian perkara (where the first R seems to have been added later).
opposite number of the Phey-Ayin-Lamed worker is the Bet-Ayin-Lamed owner ,
the בעל or boss this S-B is at BULLY. Many of the AHDs
illogical cognates can be found in other entries. For example, DOOM,
DUMA (the Russian body of law-making) can be found at DEAN. So-called
cognates like SUCCIFIENT are taken up at SUFFICE.
doing. Spanish has facil , easy; facilidad, facility; facilitar,
make easy; and facilimente, easily.
Two other action words with a bilable and liquid, plus weak etymologies,
are ABLE and POWER. ABLE is given the Indo-European root ghabh (to give or
receive); POWER has poti (powerful, lord). The alchemists who can
derive such words from very different-sounding roots are not more logically
potent than the creativity of Peh-Ayin-Lamed. ABLE, only a bialiabial shift
away, brings ABLE, ABILITY, CAPABLE and CAPABILITY.
work, see PLOUGH.
of פעל Po[A]hL or FaGHahL is (to do, make)