Origin of English word CALDRON

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English Word

CALDRON

Edenic Word

QeeDRAh

Hebrew Word

קדרא

Transliteration

Koof-Dalet-Resh-Aleph

Pronounciation

keed-RAH

Conversion

[KDR]

Roots

CALDRON or CAULDRON, a large kettle or boiler, is traced to Latin calidus (warm). As a subdivision of Indo-European “root” kel (warm) it is supposed to be a cognate of CHOWDER.

A better etymon is the   קדרא QeeDRAh or QiDayRAh (kettle, boiling pot) - and Aramaic word.  Not to call the   kettle black, but   קדר QayDaR (dark, black - Kings18:45) may be related.   See DARK,     If the L of CALDRON  and the Indo-European are historic,  קלה   QaLaH and   קלי   QaleeY are termsfor heating and preparing food – see   ALKALI.


Branches

Qi La[K]HaT (caldron -Micah3:3) is a kettle word for those who don't want to dismiss the L of calidus and CALDRON. Exchanging the T and L of kilahat brings KETTLE into the picture. KETTLE is currently linked to Latin catinius (food container) which might be another QahD (jug, container)

word.   See CADDY and KIT.


Related Words

CALORIE



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