Origin of English word CERVIX

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English Word

CERVIX

Edenic Word

GHoRePH

Hebrew Word

ערף

Transliteration

Ayin-Resh-Phey

Pronounciation

GHOW-ref

Conversion

[GHRF → KRV]

Roots

Both the English and Edenic terms mean the back of the neck.  CERVIX is the Latin neck, “especially the back of the neck” (Webster’s).  Hard C,R,V is a guttural and bilabial shift away from  Ayin-Resh-Phey  ערף   (neck --  Leviticus 5:8).

See  GIRAFFE, SCRUFF, and SCARF.


Branches

BRANCHES:  Among several anatomical terms, CERVICO- is a combining form and CERVICAL is an adjective.  The Italian scruff is cervice.


Related Words

GIRAFFE,SCRUFF,SCARF



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