Origin of English word CURE

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English Word

CURE

Edenic Word

AROOKHaH

Hebrew Word

ארוכה

Transliteration

Aleph-Resh-Vav-Kahf-Hey

Pronounciation

Ah-rue-KHAH

Conversion

[RK → CR]

Roots

The Indo-European “root” for CURE is cura (care. Latin noun of unknown origin).

The healing CURE is  ארוכה    AROOKHaH  in Jeremiah 8:22, and the Liquid-Guttural (RK) is reversed.

 For the drying and CURING of meat, see   חרב K[H]ARai[V] at SACK.


Branches

Listed cognates at the AHD include ACCURATE, ASSURE, CURATE, CURATOR, CURIO, CURIOUS, ENSURE, INSURE, MANICURE, PEDICURE, PROCTOR, PROCURE, PROXY, SCOUR, SECURE [see SECURE], SINECURE, and SURE.  Doubtless, most of these fit the emotional care seen at CARE (from YaQaR)  are not relevant to the medical sense of CURE.


Related Words

MISS



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