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By Isaac Mozeson


HOW SUET IT IS, or: Some Hard Fat For the Edenics-reversals Deniers To Chew On

Jan09



SWEET    D’(V)ahSH     Dalet-Bhet-Shin

dih-VUSH         דבש         [DV-SHàSWT]

ROOTS:   The Indo-European “root” is swad, sweet, the Old English is swete. With typical alchemy,

the American Heritage Dict. has made HEDONISM a cognate of SWEET.  But Greek hedone, pleasure,

and HEDONISM are actually cognates of the new coinage EDENICS, from  עדנה  [E]DNaH, enjoyment

– see HEDONISM.


SWEET reverses the dental-bilabial-fricative of the word’s first sweetener, דבש D’(V)ahSH, date honey

(Exodus 13:5). There are shifts to all three reversed letters:

The ד Dalet to T, the “weak” ב Bhet to a vowel and ש Shin to S.

 

BRANCHES:    Arabic atzb (sweet) is merely an M132 metathesis of Edenic דבש D’BHahSH (again, all three letters shift).

Hungarian edes, sweet, comes closest to Dalet-Bhet-Shin,  only dropping the Bhet.


Dutch, Swedish, Danish, and Norwegian all have a fricative-dental for SWEET (also dropping the “weak: letter Bhet/BH.)

“Sweet” in German, suss, and Yiddish, sies, are from the more available sweetener, fruit juice, [A]$eeY$ – see “SAUSE.”


The many DLK SWEET words  (from the Edenic date palm, דקל DeQeL) are seen at DULCET.   A possible reference to bee honey as D’(V)ahSH is at PANDA.

 דבש  D’(V)aSH has one other meaning in Biblical Hebew, in דבשת Da(V)eSHeT,  the hard fat of a camel’s hump (Joshua 19:11).  SUET is a hard animal fat.  It is first from from Old French seu, attributed to Latin sēbum. Reversals of Dalet (whence the T), the “weak” Bhet, and Shin provide the source for SWEET and SUET.

 

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