Origin of English word ABRUPT

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English Word

ABRUPT

Edenic Word

AhBH + DTeRePH

Hebrew Word

אב טרף

Transliteration

Aleph-Bhet + Tet-Resh-Phey

Pronounciation

UV+TEAR-eff

Conversion

[ABH+T-R-PH → AB+RPT]

Roots

For the stem of the word, as in RUPTURE (break, tear), see  טרף   DTeRePH (to break off, tear off – see TRIPE).  This entry concentrates on the AB- prefix (from) from Latin.  The alleged Indo-European “root” is apo, ap (off, away).  This does not follow the Latin ab-, but the related Greek prefix apo- (from  – see APOCRYPHA).

אב AhBH usually means a father (see ABBOT), a biological source, origin or “from.” But  אב AhBH also means “originator” (Genesis 4:21).  See OF. The built-in opposite of a source or a “from” is  אב AiBH, fruit or sprout (Songs 6:11).


Branches

The Indo-European “root” requires a source for Greek apo- (from). פה   PoaH  means “here,” from this location – (Deuteronomy 29:14).   אפה AYPHoaH means “where?” (Genesis37:16).   אפוא AyPHoWE, Aleph-Phey-Vav-Aleph, also means “where” (Genesis 27:33) or “from where” (Exodus 33:16).  It is not a problem that the Edenic Phey-Hey or bilabial-vowel term for location is often used in the interrogative. The “from” element in English, the preposition OF, or the locative suffix in Russian –ov (as in Gorbachov) can come from an א-ב Aleph-Bhet as easily as the Edenic etymons with   פ Pey/Phey/P/PH.

There are many AB- prefix (from) words, the more common ones include: ABDICATE, ABDUCE, ABHOR, ABJECT, ABLAUT, ABNEGATE, ABNORMAL, ABOLISH, ABORIGINAL, ABORT (see ORIENTATION), ABRADE, ABROGATE, ABSCESS, ABSCOND, ABSOLUTE, ABSOLVE, ABSORB (see below), ABSTAIN, ABSTEMIOUS and ABSTRACT.                  See AB- and OF.


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