Origin of English word CREAM

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English Word

CREAM

Edenic Word

QROOM

Hebrew Word

קרום

Transliteration

Koof-Resh-Vav-Mem

Pronounciation

KROOM

Conversion

[KRM]

Meaning

Upper layer of fatty milk, etc.

Roots

CREAM is said to be from Middle English creme and Late Latin cramum (cream).

As the hardened top layer of scum is the essence of CREAM, consider קרום QROOM (crust, skin, membrane). Koof-Resh- Mem is a verb of casing or overlaying in Ezekiel 37:6,8

The ק-ר KR element means "hard" – see  UNICORN.  Besides the hard horniness of  QeReN, horn, the coagulation of CREAM speaks to קר QahR (cold) and   קרח QeRaK[H] (ice) .  The second, ר-ם  RM element means "raised up'"  – see  RUM.


Branches

RAMEKIN [from German rahm (cream)], Finnish kerma (cream), and a reversal of Eskimo amerk (skin) all may unite only with the letters and meanings of  QROOM.

Related terms include QaR(OOSH) (curdled, congealed) and GHOAR (skin).

CRUM meant a scraping from bread crust.

Like most slang terms, CREAM (to defeat decisively) is not offered an etymon. הה חרים    Hi [K]HReeYM is to fully destroy, exterminate – see HARM. An antonym by metathesis  is  רחם  RaK[H]eM, to have mercy, compassion  See MERCY.                            

QOAM (curd) may be rendered KRM; Vav/ V,W to R changes are listed at CZAR.

The yellowish foam of mild might also be named for the Aramaic yellow - KROOM.


Related Words

RUM



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