Origin of English word BRIDEGROOM

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The word BRIDEGROOM is addressed in the entry: HUMUS


English Word

HUMUS

Edenic Word

[K]HaiMaiR

Hebrew Word

חמר

Transliteration

Het-Mem-Resh

Pronounciation

HAIM-air

Conversion

[HM(R)]

Roots

HUMUS (brown or black decomposed animal or vegetable matter) is from Latin humus (earth). Greek khamai means “on the ground.” The reconstructed Indo-European “root” is dhghem (earth).  This laboratory reconstruction may be using both ד-מ      D-M and     ח-מ GH-M  elements of Edenic earth.

חמר    [K]HoaM(eR) means earth, clay (Jeremiah15:6);    חמר [K]HayMe(R) means pitch, bitumen, slime (Genesis11:3; Exodus2:3).    חמיץ [K]HaMeeYTS means fermented, decomposed silage;  closest to HUMUS is  חום [K]HOOM means brown (Genesis 30:32). The DM of dhghem  may be reflecting  אדמה ADaMaH (earth, ground – see “DEMOCRACY”) ;    אדם ADaM means earthling  human or  man - Genesis2:7.


Branches

Given cognates include BRIDEGROOM, CHAMELEON, CHAMOMILE, EXHUME, GERMANDER, HOMAGE, HOMBRE, HOMINID, HOMO, HUMAN, HUMANE, HUMBLE, HUMILIATE, ZAMINDAR (via Persian), and ZEMSTVO (via Russian). CERAM(IC) is a #2-#3 root letter metathesis of [K]HoaMER (clay). [K]HoMReeY means material in Modern Hebrew.

In Uto-Aztecan koma means “'dark color,  brown.” 


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CALM



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