Origin of English word BOLSHEVIK

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English Word

BOLSHEVIK

Edenic Word

BahSHahL

Hebrew Word

בשל

Transliteration

Bet-Shin-Lamed

Pronounciation

Bosh-ULL

Conversion

[B-SH-L → B-L-SH]

Roots

ROOTS: BOLSHEVIK (pre-revolutionary political party in Russia; any radical) is from Russian bolshe (the larger, the majority).   בשל BahSHAhL means fully grown, ripe, having reached majority (Joel 4:13).   בסר BO$AR  (unripe fruit) is a BSR antonym.


Branches

BRANCHES: Russian bolshoy , large, named its grand or great ballet, the BOLSHOI. Indonesian besar also means large, as do busar and basar in Malay (where the Bet-Shin-Lamed sequence is kept, but the Lamed/L has shifted liquids to R).  Produce has to be בשל BahSHAhL (ripe) before it can be בשל BahSHAhL (boiled, cooked –Exodus 29:31).

In the Huas dialect of Mayan pashc’ul is to boil.   Uto-Aztecan has a bilabial-fricative word meaning both “ripe” and “boil/cook:” kwasi.


Related Words

PASTA



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