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By Isaac Mozeson


Edenics Solves "DILEMMA"

Mar15

Problem: What does an Andean LLAMA have to do with למה LaMah, why ?
Answer:   Nothing. The animal is a cameloid. Reverse Hebrew camel  גמל GaMaL
                  to get LaMa  (+ any guttural, soft as H or hard as K).

But other problems are stickier.  Sometimes we have to just shrug and say it's a DILEMMA

DILEMMA  

 

DILEMMA (perplexing situation) is from Greek di (two)  – see DUO  + lemma (proposition or assumption).


Aramaic  דלמא   DILMAh means perhaps, what if.  Like DILEMMA, it is also a combination meaning a perplexing DUALITY of two, DUELING motives or explanations.


  An explanation is a “why” or “what.”

Aramaic  דו DOO (two) combines with  למה LaMaH, why, wherefore (Genesis 24:31).  LEMMA means an assumed premise.


מה    MaH, what (Genesis 4:10) , did not make it to English. But the Proto-Earth scholarship of Merrit Ruhlen, etc. (as cited in The Origin of Speeches) reveals that it is very popular and widespread among the world’s language super-families:



Language

What?

Khosian (southern Africa)

Ma

Nilo-Saharan (central Africa)

De

Niger-Kordufanian(includes Bantu)

Ni

Afro-Asiatic (Hamito-Semitic)

Ma

Kartvelian (southern Caucasus)

Ma

Dravidian (southern India)

Ya

Eurasiatic (includes Indo-European)

Mi

Dene-Caucasian (includes Turkic)

Ma

Austric (s.e. Asia +)

m-anu

Indo-Pacific (includes Polynesian)

mina

Australian

minha

Amerind

Mana

 

 

 Ok, so Edenics doesn't solve every dilemma. But at least we know that we are all sons of an Adam and Eve in an original Eden,

and that we all share similar dilemmas.

 

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ship tomorrow

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