Origin of English word CHAETA

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English Word

CHAETA

Edenic Word

[K]HOODT

Hebrew Word

חוט

Transliteration

Het-Vav-Tet

Pronounciation

KHUTE

Conversion

[KH-T]

Roots

CHAETA (bristle, thread) is from Greek chaite (hair).  

  חוט [K]HOODT means thread (Genesis14:23). Similar sounding words include GeeYD (sinew— see GUITAR at GUT) and   קוצה   QOOTSaH  (curl, lock of hair -- Songs5:2).


Branches

IE “root” ghait means curly, wavy hair. Perhaps CADDIS, CAT (chat in French), CATERPILLAR and Yiddish sheitle (wig) relate. Arabic chaytmeans thread; Rumanian atameans thread; to sew in French is coudre;  Japanese itomeans thread. Japanese confirms the thread-hair formula with hataori meaning weaving, and katsura meaning wig. Sheitil is a Yiddish wig. Chinese tiao (reversing Het-Tet) means a thin strip, fiber or child’s hair.

For real  hair, Japanese seems to have dropped letters, Hair is ke.  Hair is hutu in three Malay dialects; reverse to tukka in Finnish. Japanese keito means woolen yarn.   Vuokta is a hair in Saami (Lapp). Eskimo rope is hit.

HAIR (no IE “root”, and H-R throughout Germanic) may have had it’s initial S fall out, as Arabic hair is shaar.  Going to the Edenic root of SayGHahR (hair – Genesis 25:25), Ayin  often becomes a Germanic H (see HEDONISM).

See ACCOUTERMENTS and GUT.


Related Words

GUT,HEDONISM,ACCOUTERMENTS



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