Origin of English word BAROMETER

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English Word

BAROMETER

Edenic Word

(G’)BHOORaH

Hebrew Word

גבורה

Transliteration

Gimel-Bhet-Vav-Resh-Hey

Pronounciation

G’-VURE-ah

Conversion

[G-BH-R → BR]

Roots

A BAROMETER measures pressure, from Greek baros, weight. The given Indo-European “root”,

 g w er (heavy), is trying to be גבר   Ga[V]aR, overpower (Genesis 7:19).

See GRAVITY. 


Branches

Weight is power.  See BARON for humans  with GRAVITAS throwing their weight around.  The IE “root” gwer (heavy) reflects   גבר Ga[V]aR (was powerful - Psalms12:5) and Arabic Allahuakbar, God is powerful or great.  Greek, barus (heavy) and baros (weight) also gave English  BARITONE, BARIUM,  BRUTE and ISOBAR.  The BR, RB or RV words of weight  from  the Bhet-Resh subroot of   גבר GaBHaR (overpowered, thus outweighed ) reverse to        ר-ב Resh-Bhet,   רב RaBH, many – see RIFE (as in the density of many molecules).     More weight at HEFT.


Related Words

GRAVITY,BARON,RIFE,HEFT



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