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By Isaac Mozeson


Isaac Discovers GRAVITY

Jun08



 גבע  GeV[A]h is a hill.  Gimel-Bhet-Resh/GVR is about that weight of being on top. 
A   GVeeYR is a man of gravitas who can push his weight around. Shuffling GVR to GRV we can see how  גבר GaVaR (to overpower)  is about GRAVITY.

The entry:

 

GRAV(ITY)     Ga[V]aR      Gimel-Bhet-Resh

Gov-ARE ____     __גבר____ _____[G(V)Rà GR(V)]

ROOTS:   Latin gravis (weighty) is traced to the IE “root” gwer (heavy).

Isaac Newton’s law of GRAVITATIONAL force is all about the overpowering of relative weights.

 

In the Flood of Genesis 7:24 the waters “swelled” (JPS) or “prevailed “ apon the earth (KJV).  JPS tries to be literally descriptive, but the KJV is closer to the Gimel-Bhet-Resh of  גבורה Gi(V)OORaH (strength, might) seen at CRAFT.

 

  Weight is power.  See BARON for humans  with GRAVITAS who throw their weight around.  A גבר Ge(V)eR is a mighty warrior. When Moslems say  Allahu akbar, they are saying that God is powerful or great, with the Gimel-Bhet-Resh sense that Allah is weighty, the heavyweight champion. 

 

A crushing tragedy is a GRIEVOUS or GRAVE one. ג-ב-ר    Gimel-Bhet-Resh may be divided into two sub-roots.  For the Gimel-Bhet of height (of the upper hand), see GIBBON.   For the  -ב-ר Bhet-Resh andר-ב   Resh-Bhet of might and volume, see BARON and RIFE  (where the Bhet-Resh subroot of גבר   GaBHaR (overpowered, thus outweighed ) is reversed.

 

A synonym by metathesis is   בגר BoGaiR (mature, ripe… thus large) – see BIG.

 

BRANCHES:   Greek, barus (heavy) and baros (weight) gave English  BARITONE, BARIUM,  BRUTE and ISOBAR. 

 

The heavy, serious GRAVE has cognates like AGGRAVATE, BARITONE, BLITZKRIEG, BRUTE, GRIEF, GRIEVE,  GRIEVOUS, ISOBAR and QUERN. 

 

These words are broght together by the Amer. Heritage Dict., and their Indo-European  “root” gwera (heavy) resembles a heavy word like  עפרת GHOAFeReS ("lead' - Numbers 31:22). 

 

 The heaviness, weigh and GRAVITAS is seen in Spanish words like gravaman, tax burden; grave, severe, heavy; gravedad, gravity and gravoso, heavy.  Another official cognate, GURU (venerable, heavy—from Hindi and Sanskrit), recallsגביר  G[V]eeYR (master, lord – see BARON).

 

See BAROMETER, BRIO, “KRAFT” and VIGOR for more on Gimel-Bhet-Resh.  More weight at HEFT.

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Posted from the high hills and steep valleys of Sfat,

where gravity can be tricky.

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