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By Isaac Mozeson


E D E N I C S: A ...G O O D ... B E T

Feb22

 
BET      BeDTa[K]H    Bet-Tet-Het
BET-AH _______בטח______[B-T]
ROOTS:  There is no Indo-European (IE) 'root' for BET.  ABET is said to come from Old French beter (to harass with dogs).

To BET is to assert that one is בטח BeTa[K]H (surely, certainly)  right about something.  בטח BoaDTaya[K]H is the verb  ' to trust' in Deuteronomy 28:52 . The noun בטח BeDTa[K]H means security in Genesis 34:25.  בטוח BaDTOOa[K]H (confidence), put the dental and bilabial in CONFIDENCE  and FIDELITY. 

The built-in  antonym of this trusting bilabial-dental root is  בדה BaDAh, speaking falsely  – Proverbs 12:18.
 
BRANCHES: Do not BET that DEBTOR and DEBIT are 'from Latin de (from) + habere (to have)' rather than from     עבוט [A]hBHOADT (a pledge to repay).

   Czech dental-bilabials (reversed) of our Edenic bilabial-dental roots of  BETTING, FAITH and VETTING include duvera  (confidence, trust) and duverny  (confidential).  Finnish 'hope,' toivo, is about trust, so they reverse the bilabial-dental in בטחון BeeDTa[K]HOAN (confidence, hope).

Germanic words for BET sound like that major pledge and bet we take, called a WEDDING (see WED). The Spanish wedding, boda,  is closer to the original Bet-Tet.
There is German wetten, Dutch wedden, Danish vaedde, Norwegian vedde and Yiddish [Y  וועט]    vetten. Not supposed to be related are Finnish vetoa and Indonesian bertaruh with its nonhistoric Rs.

HYPOTHECATE is from Latin hypotheca (to pledge as security). To link this term with  עבוט   [A]hBHOAT or GHaBHOAT  is more than HYPOTHETICAL since the Ayin-to-H change is documented in Genesis 31:47  SHaHaD in Aramaic and Hebrew  עד [A]iD or GHaiD both  mean witness. Furthermore, hals (neck in Old Norse and Dutch is fromעל   [O]aL or GHoaL (collar – Genesis 27:13): and HEDONISM (Greek hedone means delight) is from עדנה    [E]DNaH or GHeDNaH (delight – Genesis 18:12).    ע   Ayin/ GH-to-H shifts occur in languages as close as Anglo-Saxon, where hrǽfen and  עורב [O]WRai(V) mean raven, and also occur in languages as exotic as Maidu (California Indians), where hin and  עין  [A]YiN mean eye. See RAVEN and EYE. The shift is best documented at the SEROW entry.

At the same time, it is easy to hearהבטחה    HaBHDTa[K]HaH (promise, assurance) in hypotheca.
Wāhdā, a promise in Punjabi < S-B  הבטחה HaBHDTa[K]Ha,  a promise.
BUDDY, from British butty, may mean a close friend as in a ב-ט B-DT CONFIDANTE (Rahel Sherman).
Since bilabial-dental is a way of saying 'certainly,' Turkish evet seems to be a fine 'yes.'
More at AFFIDAVIT, FAITH, and VOTE. 
 
The latest  E-Word Digital Dict. (1350 pgs of data in 2014) http://youtu.be/ZR0ftoBFdCA; The Origin of Speeches( Edenics theory) :http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rr0uXlX3bDQ
Previous musical slideshow: German-from-Edenic. 1000 + links to the Semitic Proto-Earth language.: http://youtu.be/IphieVppWjA   2nd ed. of THE ORIGIN OF SPEECHES  lightcatcherbooks   amazon.com   Archived posts; isaacmozeson@blogspot.co.il. Edenics searches, web games, short posts from Twitter:: http://www.edenics.net/  Following isaac mozeson on Facebook presents an interactive forum.
Edenics DVDs. Edenic (Biblical Hebrew) as the original, pre-Babel human language program, see our many resources at http://www.edenics.org/ incl. videos in English, Spn., Fr. or Ger. youtube: http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=glWG3coAtEg
 



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