Origin of English word BRACES

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The word BRACES is addressed in the entry: BRONCHITIS


English Word

BRONCHITIS

Edenic Word

BeReK[H]

Hebrew Word

ברח

Transliteration

Bet-Resh-Het

Pronounciation

bere-EKH

Conversion

[BRKH → BR+N KH ]

Roots

Unaware of how pervasive this mode of corruption is, even the fine work of historical

 linguists misses some obvious Nasalizations. The Latin and English BRACHIUM is the arm,

 shoulder to elbow. Greek bracchion is the arm, whence BRACELET.

The obvious sense of  the BRK sound is of breaking off into extensions from a single trunk, as heard in

ברך BeReKH (knee) and    פרק PeReQ (joint, crossroad or FORK). See the large BREAK entry.

Instead of recognizing the BRONCHUS, the limb-like branches of the windpipe, as a מ asalized branch of the BRK breaker family of words, the Indo European (IE) root for BRACHIUM, etc. is mregh-u (short).


Branches

The main arteries to the lungs are as FORKED as BRACES or BREECHES, but non-holistic scholars who don’t spot nasalations can congest our reference books with etymological BRONCHITUS .


Related Words

BREAK



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