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By Isaac Mozeson


Edenics Flea Circus: Amazing tricks of shifting letters

Dec04

Flea_circus

Let us observe the little flea, and the Edenic פרעוש PHaRGHOASH (flea). Since the FLEA is universal, nobody had to borrow this term from the Hebrew Bible (I Samuel 24:15). In the millennia after Babel, the essential elements of the world's words for FLEA have not changed that much. Our review of Grimm's Laws continues as we examine the list below:

 

Phey-Resh-Ayin-Vav-Shin (flea)    פרעוש 

Phey/PH or F  – may shift to another bilabial:  P, B or V

Resh/R – may shift to the other liquid: L

Ayin/ [vowel] or GH – may be any vowel or any guttural: C, H, K

Vav/vowel OA or V – may be any vowel and is easily dropped

Shin/SH – may shift to other fricatives:  soft C, CH, TS, Z

 and as last letter is often dropped.

 

BRANCHES:    פרעוש     Phey-Resh-Ayin-Vav-Shin (flea)

Phey/PH or F  – may shift to another bilabial:  P, B or V

Resh/R – may shift to the other liquid: L

Ayin/ [vowel] or GH – may be any vowel or any guttural: C, H, K

Vav/vowel OA or V – may be any vowel and is easily dropped

Shin/SH – may shift to other fricatives:  soft C, CH, TS, Z

 and as last letter is often dropped.

 

Arabic  بُرْغوث

BuRĞūθ

Czech

BLeCH a

Dutch

V Lo  (silent guttural)

English

Flea (silent guttural)

French

PuCe  (liquid dropped)  

German

FLoH (silent guttural)

Greek 

PSyLa    

Hindi  पिस्सू

PiS’S'ū  (liquid dropped)  

Hungarian

BoLHa   

Icelandic

FLό

IE “root”

PLou

Italian  

PuLCe

Latvian, Lithuanian

BLuSa

Maltese

BRieGHed

Korean  벼룩

ByeoLuG

Norweg., Swed.

all Scandanavian

LoPPe    (P and L switch places -- metathesis)

Polish

PCHŁa    (CH and L switch places -- metathesis)

Quechua (Inca)

PiKi (liquid dropped)  

Rumanian

PuRiCe

Russian, Ukrainian

BLoKHa

Slovenian

BoLHa

Spanish/Port.  

PuLGa

Swahili

KiRoBoto (BRK reversed)

Tamil பிளே

Piḷē

Telugu

PuRuGu

Turkish

PiRe

Yiddish

FLoy (silent guttural)

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