Origin of English word CORIUM

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English Word

CORIUM

Edenic Word

GHOAR

Hebrew Word

עור

Transliteration

Ayin-Vav-Resh

Pronounciation

GHORE

Conversion

[KR]

Roots

The Indo-European “root” of CORIUM is off in sound and sense – sker- 1 (to cut).

Both CORIUM and   עור GHOAR (Genesis 3:210) mean hide, skin or leather

see CHROME.  More guttural-bilabial-liquid coverings at COVER.


Branches

While most of ther listed cognates are weak, those from Latin corium (piece of hide) do make sense, including CORIACEOUS and EXCORIATE.  Latin also used Ayin-Vav-Resh for caro (flesh), and so the many CARNAL words in English, and carne (meat) in Italian, Portuguese, Rumanian and Spanish. CREATINE is from Greek kreas, flesh.  Irish col inn is flesh; col nide means carnal. The Resh has shifted liquids to L.

Polish skin is skora, with another nonhistoric S disguising a guttural root.


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