Origin of English word BRANCHING

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The word BRANCHING is addressed in the entry: BREECHES


English Word

BREECHES

Edenic Word

PeReQ

Hebrew Word

פרק

Transliteration

Pey-Resh-Koof

Pronounciation

Peh-WRECK

Conversion

[PRQ → B-R-CH]

Roots

BREECHES, trousers, are traced only to Anglo-Saxon brec (breeches).  A BREECHES PIPE is one that branches out into two paralel pipes.  Trousers or BREECHES are also about BRANCHING.

BRANCH is a nasalzed (extra N) BRK or bilabial-liquid-guttural term seen at BREAK. Of eleven similar “breakers” in that entry, פרק     PeReQ is about branches – see FORK.


Branches

BRK “trouser” words include Russian bryuki .  In Germanic the BRK sequence for “trouser” words  is established by Dutch broek and Swedish byxor.  This allows us to see bukser, in Danish and Norweigen, as M132 metathesis of the original BOXER SHORTS.  Pugilists wore BRK BREECHES.

As usual, there are many other Edenic words to draw from when thinking of coining a word for pants. German Hosen, Finnish housut and Yiddish hoisen are words that mean “covering” – from the Het-Semekh-Hey word seen at HOUSE.


Related Words

BREAK,FORK,HOUSE



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