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By Isaac Mozeson


Hebrew Animal Names -- Part 3 of 3

Feb25

The English animal names were explained by the Edenic, but Edenic animal names are far more in tune with the essence of the animal. The only Hebrew animal name I remeber hearing an explanation for was that the [K]HaZeeYR (pig) was [K]HoZeR (returning) to the food it had already eaten and expelled. Yech!

Enjoy this sample:

Hebrew Animal Names Larger list in The Origin of Speeches, Chapter 8 (Lightcatcher Books, April, 2006). For the Edenic meanings of scores of Hebrew, English and non-English animal names, search the e-word CD Dictionary, [ X ] indicates the entry to consult, and , often, a cognate.

As brief as this sample is, it suffices to demonstrate how Edenic words, even animal names, have profound meaning. Non-Edenic words often have no meaning beyond a semantic signal, especially with animal names. Fortunately, non-Edenic words, even animal names, have meanings which can be discovered via their Edenic source.

אכבר AKHBaR (mouse) אכל OKHeL (consume) + בר BaR (grain)

mouse = grain destroyer or eater) [BARLEY]

אתוןATOAN (she-donkey) איתן AYTaN (strong) [TONE]

אריהARYeH (lion) רוע ROO’[A]h (Resh-Vav-Ayin, to shout, blast war cry…

Lion = roaring creature) [ARYAN]

גדיGiDi (goat) גדוד GiDOOD (troop…group…herd creature) [GATHER]

גמלGaMaL (camel, premier work animal of the Middle East) עמלGHaMaL

or [A]MahL עמל (Ayin-Mem-Lamed) = work [MEGALOMANIAC]

דגDaG (fish) 1) see GiDOOD above (the creature that lives together in schools) גדוד + 2) DahQ דק (thin… the streamlined creature) [HADDOCK]

זאבZ’EBH (wolf) זבהZaBHaH, seeper, “the salivator” (the overactive salivation

is really sweat, not hunger) [SEEP]

זבוב Z’BHOOBH (fly) סבוב $iBHOOBH (circle), שב SHahBH (return).

Shoo the fly away, and it circles and returns. [SWIVEL]

חמורKHaMOAR (donley) חמורKHAMOOR (heavy, strict, serious) [MARE]

נמלNaMaL (ant) נמל NaMaL (porter…carrying creature)

נשר NeSHeR (eagle) S-L נשל NaSHaL (drop)

Nature’s prolific plummeter from great heights and at great speed

סוס $OOS (horse) סס $ah$, joy + זוז ZOOZ, movement.

No other animal runs for the sheer joy of movement [HORSE]

עטלף [A]DTaLeF (bat) = in repose, a creature hanging and wrapped up in

a protective casing. עטה [A]DTaH, to wrap [COAT], טלף DTaLaF

(hoof), תלה TaLaH, suspended [ATLAS], טלל DTaLaL, to cover [TILE]

עזניה [A]ZNeeYaH (hawks, ospreys, long-spanned raptors) איזון EYZOON

(balancing) these birds don’t flap wings as much as ride, and balance in the air

currents [AUDIENCE]

עקרב[A]QRaBH (scorpion, crustacean) קרב QRaBH (engagement, battle,

cantankerous creatures like the armored helmet crab) [CRAB]

פרדPeReD (mule) פרד PaReD and פרטPaReT means separated, apart or

branched off, as in the sterile offspring of a horse and donkey) [PART]

צאןTSoaN (sheep, small cattle) 1. צא TSAi (go out… creatures who go out

to pasture) 2. צןTSauN (to wander, migrate…migratory creatures)

3. קטן QaDTahN, small [TINY]

צב TSahBH (turtle) צב TSahBH (covered wagon… the living mobile home creature)

[TOP]

צביTSiBHeeY (deer, gazelle) צבי TSiBHeeY (beauty, glory)

[BEAUTY and BEAST]

קוףKOAf (monkey) קוף KooF (eye of needle… animal with humanlike head

and neck) [APE].

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