Origin of English word CHROME

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English Word

CHROME

Edenic Word

QROOM

Hebrew Word

קרום

Transliteration

Koof-Resh-Vav-Mem

Pronounciation

KROOM

Conversion

[KR]

Roots

The more than 80 CHROME, words come from Greek khroma (skin, hence complexion and color).

    קרום   QROOM is a Talmudic word for skin crust and membrane, related to קרם QaRahM (to cover with skin, crust or overlay - Ezekiel37:6.). An Aramaic term used by Onkelos to define chrysolite in Exodus39:13 is   קרום QROOM; it matches the "yellow" sense of CHROME. ערם GHayRoaM, naked (Genesis 3:11), a S-G from CHROME, is an extension  of   עור GHoWR, skin, hide (Leviticus 13:52).

Greek khros (skin) and kreas (flesh), along with Latin COR(IUM) (hide, skin) and caro (flesh) indicate a KR family tailored by God in Genesis3:21. Adam and Eve were no longer ערום     GHaROOM (naked) with their coats of   עור GHoaR (hide).


Branches

Related terms from Latin caro (flesh) include: CARCASS, CARNAGE, CARNAL, CARNATION, CARNIVAL, CARRION, CARNIVOROUS, CHARNEL, CORACLE, CORIACEOUS, CREATINE, CRONE, CURRIER, EXCORIATE and INCARNATE.

Change the KR root to KL for Hebrew QLahF (skin, parchment), English CALLOUS and Fijian kuli (skin). Kulit is skin or hide in Indonesian. See CREAM.

[O]aWR or GHoWR (skin) is spelled with the same Ayin-Vav-Resh as [E]eVe or GeeVeR (blind - Leviticus19:14). A #2-#3 root letter metathesis of [E]eVeR resembles orb (blind in Rumanian). The connection between skin and blindness (skin covering the eyes) is clearer upon noting the primary definition of ORBIT (eye socket) and its zoological meaning (the skin around the eye of a bird). (S)kora is skin or leather in Polish (yet another unhistoric “S” hiding a guttural root).. Chinese reverses [O]aR to rou (flesh).

Iro is color in Japanese.   Chrome is pigment in German.

CREAM is a surface term like CHROME, but are not related by any texts. CRÈME is a yellowish, foamy substance that has no Indo-European “root”.  Perhaps the Het-Lamed-Mem of K[H]aLaM00T (the yolk, slime or white of an egg – Job 6:6) is involved after the liquid has shifted to an R.

See GALYAK.


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