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By Isaac Mozeson


Edenic Sources for global "Laughter" words

May23




International Laughter event,   First Station, Jerusalem,  May 22, 2014
Laughter around the world from the global EDENICS team, which is documenting how all human words come from the prehistoric Proto-Earth language system of Pre-Hebrew.
See our videos and data at www.edenics.org and www.edenics.net    Yitschak and Kinneret Mozeson 

CHUCK(LE)     tsah-KHAHK         צחק           [TS-H-KàCH-K]
CHUCKLE (to laugh softly) is thought to be from a hen's call; thus imitative.
A CHUCKLE is not quite a cackle, and hyenas have a better sense of humor than hens.  CACKLE  and CHUCKLE only find the gutturals of  צחק TSaK[H]aQ to be funny.
צחק TSaK[H]aQ means to laugh (Genesis 17:17).  It also means various kinds of darker laughter and erotic sporting.     צעצע  TS[A]hTSooGHah is a plaything  (“ toy”  in Modern Hebrew), and  שעשע SHaGH’SH’GHa  means played with, fondled  (Isaiah 11:8, 66:12).
The designed, paradoxical, similar opposites  are  צעק TSaGHahQ  and  זעק  Za’[A]ahQ (cry). 
The name of Ishmael’s half brother, Isaac or  יצחק  YiTS[K]HaQ, is in future tense, and implies that he’ll have the last laugh.

Key:   תנועות  /vowels,   שפתים /lip letters,  /שנים tooth letters,  גרון / throat letters,
 לשון/tongue letters,  אף /nose letters,  שרקות /whistling letters.  ß = reverse


Lauguages
צחק Tsadi-Het-Koof
Meaning : laugh, sport
Bolivian  Quechua
asikuy
laugh
Chinese   笑
xiao    X= S+K
laugh
Egyptian  (Ancient)
zcj    צחק (vowels unknown)
laugh
Farsi (Iran)
shukh
funny (person)
Finnish
kikatta   ß  Tsadi as dental
giggle
Finnish
hauska M213 metathesis of צחק  TSa[K]HaQ
amusing, delightful, entertaining, fun, funny, jolly
German
gackern    the Tsadi of  צחק  TSaK[H]ahQ    dropped.
to cackle
Hawaiian
ho'aka    S drops
laugh
Hindi (Dravidian)  हंसी
hansi    ß צחק TSaK[H]aQ is an H-S which is reversed and nasalized
laugh
Hindi   मज़ाक
mazāka
jest
Hungarian
vihog
laugh
Hungarian
kacagás, kaca   ß
laughter
Hungarian
kacagni      ß
laugh
Italian
giocare       ß
play, act a part
Japanese  きげき
kigeki           
comedy
Korean
higuk.
comedy
Latin
jocus   ß
JOCULAR, JOKE 
Mahigan (Amerind)
schmeck   extra nasal
to laugh
Maori (Australia)
kata   ß  Tsadi as dental
joke
Maltese
tidhaq  the Tsadi/TS becoming a double-dental
laugh the Tsadi/TS becoming a double-dental
Maya
tsek
laugh
Mongolian  хошигнол
khoshignol M213 metathesis
joke
Somali
qosol  ß
laugh
Spanish
guasa  ß 
joke
Sumerian
ka-zal   ß
laugh
Turkish
aka  
joke, jest, gag
Turkish
akaci
joker

2.   לעג  La’[A]hG or La’GHaG (to jest, to laugh at or 'to mock').  In Proverbs 17:5 the term is parallel to the verb 'rejoice.'  The built-in synonym of  לעג  La’[A]G is the reverse,  גילה GeeYLaH (rejoicing -- see our GALA entry.  לגלג LeeGLaiG = to jeer, make fun of.

Lauguages
לעג Lamed-Ayin-Gimel
Meaning : laugh at
Afrikaans
lag
laugh
Anglo-Saxon
hleahha  M213 methesis
laugh
Basque              
algara 
laughter
Dutch                
lachte
laugh
Finnish
leikki
play, jest, humor
German              
lachen
laugh
Greek   γέλιο            
gélio     [LG reverses to LG]  ß
laugh
Hokan      (Amer. Indian)         
luag (giggle)
giggle
Hmong      (Cambodia)        
luag (giggle)
giggle
Irish                 
ghair   L shifts liquids to R, + the RG reverses] 
L shifts liquids to R, + the RG reverses]
Italian                
dileg’gio
scoff
Turkish                         
gülmek [LG reverses to LG]
laugh
Yiddish לאַכן            
lachin
laugh

3. In Slavic languages “laugh” words come from  שמח  SaMah[K]H (to rejoice or be glad).
Examples:   Russian смех smekh is laughter;  Serbian and Slovenian “laugh” is smeh.



 




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