Origin of English word CANOE

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English Word

CANOE

Edenic Word

QoNeH

Hebrew Word

קנה

Transliteration

Koof-Noon-Hey

Pronounciation

con-EH

Conversion

[KN(H)]

Roots

Spanish canoa is said to have originated in the Caribbean Indian word for a light boat.

קנה   QaNeH is a stem or reed. It ought to be the root of a boat word referring to either a hollowed out tree trunk (a "stem") or to reeds (the material of many small boats of antiquity).

See CANE.


Related Words

CANE



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