Origin of English word BINDING

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The word BINDING is addressed in the entry: BIN

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Edenic Word


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[PN → BN]


This bilabial-nasal word for a storage enclosure is attributed to an Indo-European “root” bhendh (to bind). 

Words like BIND and BAND are from  אבנט AhBHNaiDT, the belt, girdle, or sash that the priests wear in Exodus29:9 – see BUNTING.  The interiority of BIN is not about BINDING.  For all the emptied out containers in this division of the P-N “Pointer Family”,     פנה PeeNaH is to clear out ( Genesis 24:31) .  Interiority is the point in the bilabial-nasal word    פנים    PiNeeYM,  “inner” (I Kings 6:29). The more common form has a   ה Hey ,    פנימה  PiNeeYMaH is inner (Leviticus 10:18). Many bilbial-nasal containers are in the interior and container division of the “Pointer Family” seen specifically at “PENTRATE” and fully charted out in The Origin of Speeches.  The built-in opposite of פנים PiNeeYM (inside) is   פנים PaNeeYM (face, facet… the exterior front – see PANE.


Bin (bottle, jar) is also a storage container in Japanese – just a smaller one. Panimat in Russian means understand. Besides BeeYNaH, understanding (as inside information), the Russian word sounds closer to PiNeeYM, inside (as in being inside the loop and informed.)  

In Amazonian languages, in the Bora dialect, PÁÑÉENE means that which is inside or in the
interior. PAÑE is interior, the inside part. O'PONO means inside, deep, internal, bottom in the Yanesha dialect of the Amuesha group of Amazonian. ( Fernando Aedo)                            

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