Origin of English word BOBBERY

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The word BOBBERY is addressed in the entry: HUBBUB


English Word

HUBBUB

Edenic Word

YiBHaBHaH

Hebrew Word

יבבה

Transliteration

Yod-Bhet-Bhet-Hey

Pronounciation

Y’-VAHBH-Vuh

Conversion

[YBB]

Roots

HUBBUB, an uproar or tumult, is said to come from Irish hooboobbes (cry).

YeBHaBH is to wail or sob (Judgesl:28); YiBHaBHaH is sobbing.


Branches

BOBBERY, an Anglo-Indian term, means an exclamation of sorrow. WEEP is from Germanic wopjan (to wail) and the Indo-European “root” wab (to cry, scream). Stoic reductions of this BB or WB sobbing word might include wu (a sob or whimper in Chinese) and uwe (a cry or howl in Hawaiian). See WOE.


Related Words

WOE



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