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By Isaac Mozeson


COWS OF OUR WORLD: The Final Roundup

May24

Isaac_bullfighter

 COWS  OF  OUR  WORLD

 .Maybe HEIFER is the only English word from the Biblical Hebrew cow,  פרה PaRaH. or FaRaH (FRH à HFR).   As usual with animal names, the world prefers the more generic term (and older Edenic word) :  בקר BaQaR (cattle  -- Genesis 26:14). 

A major clue that this bilabial-guttural-liquid word  Ba Qa R  is the Proto-Earth or Edenic cow is that only the initial- bilabial or the end-liquid drops.

These animals were roped and corralled by Kinneret Pau and myself, with help from the major Edenicists like Fernando Aedo and Regina W.  You've got one? Send it in. There's lots of room.

 

S = letter shifts: [all vowels are interchangeable, no shifts needed]

S-B = bilabial shift [interchangeable lip letters: B, F,P,PH, V, W],

S-F = fricative shift,[interchangeable whistling letters: Soft C,S,SH,TS,Z]  

S-G = guttural shift [interchangeable throat letters: Hard C,G,K,Q]

S-D = dental shift [interchangeable tooth letters: D, T, TS]

S-L = liquid shift [interchangeable tongue letters: L,R]

S-N = nasal shift  [interchangeable nose letters: M,N]

 

N = nasalization (extra M or N inserted in the root).

M = metathesis (root letters switch places).

 

Edenic

Cattle     ר    ק     ב

Ba Qa R

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Malay: 

water buffalo,    M231 of

Ba Qa R,    see Filipino

Ka R Bau

Maltese

Cattle

Ba Qa R

Maya

Beef; liquid dropped.

 From Amerind, BUCCANEER was about barbequing meat

Ba Q

Norwegian

Calf; M231, S-B, S-L

As English CALF

Ka L V

Old Norse (extinct)

Cow; bilabial drop

K y R

Polish

Cow, S-B M231 of  Ba Qa R

K Ro Wa

Quechua (Inca)

Cow; liquid dropped, S-B

Vi Cuna

Romanian

Cow; liquid drop, S-B

Va Că

Russian

Cow, S-B M231 source of CARABOU (reindeer,  arctic cattle)

Ka Ro Va

Sango  (Central African Republic)

Cow: S-G

Ba Ga Ra

Sanskrit

Wild ox; bilabial drop, S-G

Gau Rah

Serbian, Slovak

Slovenian

Cow,  M231 of  Ba Qa R

(and 2 other similar Slavic cows)

Ka Ra Va

Spanish

Calf (especially calf leather)

Be Ce RRo

Spanish

Cow; vaquero, cowboy, is Span.-Amer., echoes BoaQeR, the Hebrew herdsman,  and is the source of BUCKAROO

 Va Ca

Swahili (E. Africa)

Cow: reverse, liquid dropped

S-B, Nasalization , N-prefix

N G'o M B e

Swedish

Calf; M231, S-B, S-L

As English CALF

Ka L V

Talysh (Caspian).

a herd of cows; rev. liquid dropped, S-B, S-G

GoV et

Thai

Buffalo; liquid dropped, , reverse. S-B

K W y

Ukrainian

Cow; M231 of  Ba Qa R

Ko Ro Va

Welsh

Cow; M132 Resh/R àW

Bu W CH

YUPIK  (Eskimo, Alaska)

Cow, M231, S-B,   S-L

KULUVAK

Notes: In many variants of CoW, it could be the bilabial ב Bet that drops. The  Koof and Resh could be in the right sequence, but the Resh/R has morphed into a W or V. (Cwazy Wabbit Rule).

Many lands, like N. America, did not originally have cows.  Many Amerind words are omitted as mere borrowings from Spanish or French. A few used words for bison or other ruminants.




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