Origin of English word BILE

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English Word

BILE

Edenic Word

Ba[K]HaL

Hebrew Word

בחל

Transliteration

Bet-Het-Lamed

Pronounciation

Ba-HULL

Conversion

[BL]

Roots

Having no root older than Latin bilis, (bile, anger), BILE is a bitter feeling named for the nauseating, bitter digestive fluid.

  בחל    Ba[K]HaL means to nauseate, loathe or abhor.  In Zechariah 11:8 it is translated as “disgusted.” The opposite of the ill-humored BL roo is also a storage container in Japaneset here is the reverse of ב-ל     Bet-Lamed, the ב-ל   Lamed-Bhet seen  in LOVE.


Branches

To follow this negative root, see REVILE, VILE, VILIFY, and VILLAIN.


Related Words

LOVE



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