The SCULLERY is the kitchen room for pots and
pans or kitchen work. No Indo-European root is available, but KL should mean
"utensil" in the French etymon. Escuelerie is the care of
dishes of kitchen utensils in Old French.
While כלי KLeeY is a general term meaning "utensil," כלי KeLeeY is specifically a
"vessel" for liquid (Numbers19:17) or
"vessels" of clay or brass (Leviticus6:21) for
storage or cooking.
A vessel for all
things is a pot, and Kahf-Lamed (all) may be the sub-root of כלי KaiLeeY
or KLeeY (vessel). With a disappearing K, the pots of
Spanish, olla, and Rumanian, oala, may be echoes of ther Edenic vessel.
The Finnish pot is clearer, ruukku, even though it is reversed and rhe L
has shifted liquids to R. Qallun is a cup in Eskimo Inupiak.
(S)CULLION is one who does kitchen work. Other K-L terms of containment include
KeLEh (prison) and KLOOBH (cage, basket). Kuali is a pen (cage) in
Indonesian. See KITCHEN.
KL kitchen term is CULINARY, but it doesnt get an entry because the
experts have given it an Indo-European root unlike Kahf-Lamed. The root, pek(w)
(to cook, ripen) is such a poor fit in sound and sense, that CULINERY and its
given cognates are worth challenging.the alleged Indo-European root is probably a
post-Babel Aleph-Phey-Hey (to cook Genesis 40:17). The Hey has hardened to a
K. In the medieval alchemy of secular linguistics, the following words are
cognates of CULINARY at the reconstructed, invented root, pek(w): APRICOT
(see FRUIT), BISCUIT, COOK, CONCOCT, CUISINE, DYSPEPTIC, KILN (more likely
from QaLaH, roast, Jeremiah 29:22) KITCHEN (see KITCHEN) , PEPO, PEPTIC,
PRECOCIOUS, PUKKA, PUMPKIN (see PUMPKIN ) and RICOTTA. For the bogus
initial-S, see SCALLOP.
from Latin calix (cup) and Greek kalux (seed-vessel) is from IE
root kal (cup). Our כלי KayLeeY
is also behind CALIX, CALYX and KYLIX.
important כלי KayLeeY
in our body is the כליה KeeLYaH
(kidney Exodus 29:13). In Uto-Aztecan kali means kidney.
is likely from the more specific vessel as container, כד KahD (see
CADDY). The Polish
kidney is named for its semi-circular, harplike shape; nerka is an
M 231 of כנור
KiNOAR (harp Genesis 4:21). In Modern Hebrew it means guitar.
For a list
of nonhistoric Ss before a guttural, see SCOOP.