Origin of English word BLACK

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The word BLACK is addressed in the entry: BLAZE


English Word

BLAZE

Edenic Word

LaBaH

Hebrew Word

לבה

Transliteration

Lamed-Bet-Hey

Pronounciation

LAHB-ah

Conversion

[LBH →BL]

Meaning

flame

Roots

BLAZE is traced to the alleged Indo-European “root” bhel- 1 (to shine, flash, burn).

1.  Reverse the LB of  לבה LaBaH (flame, Exodus 3:2) and L’HaBHah (flame, Obadiah 1:18).

 2  Or,. Liquid shift  the BR  of   בער Bo[E]R, to burn to BL – see FIRE.


Branches

BLUE, BLANK, BLUSH, BLACK, CONFLAGRATION, EFFULGENT, FLAME, FLAME, FLAMINGO, FLAGRANT, FLAVIN, FUEL, PHLEGM, and PHLOX  are all cognates of BLAZE at the Indo-European “root” bhel- 1.   If  these bilabial-liquid “fire” words can all come from a laboratory concoction, they certainly can come from the oldest such words in recorded history.


Bible Verses

Exodus 3:2 וירא מלאך יהוה אליו בלבת־אשׁ מתוך הסנה וירא והנה הסנה בער באשׁ והסנה איננו אכל׃

“And the angel of the LORD appeared unto him in a flame of fire out of the midst of a bush; and he looked, and, behold, the bush burned with fire, and the bush was not consumed.”


Strong

(3827)

Related Words

FIRE



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