Origin of English word DATA

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English Word

DATA

Edenic Word

TaiT

Hebrew Word

תת

Transliteration

Tahf-Tahf

Pronounciation

TATE

Conversion

[TT → DD]

Roots

Latin terms of giving include datus, dotare, and dare. Greek didonai means to give; the alleged Indo-European “root” is do (to give).

תת TaiT means "give" (Genesis29:19); the  infinitive   נותן NOATaiN meansto give.    נתון   NaTOON means given or DATUM.


Branches

. See DONATE and ENDOW  for  other Edenic Noon-dental words of giving. Cognates at Indo-European do include ADD, ANECDOTE, ANTIDOTE, BETRAY, CONDONE, DATE, DONATE, DONOR, DOWRY, EDITION, ENDOW, PARDON, PERDITION, RENDER, RENT, SAMIZDAT, SURRENDER, TRADITION, TRAITOR, TREASURE and VEND. So the historical linguists at the AHD  feel that the Noon or N is not as old as the dental (D,T) in the earliest human giving.   Swahili toa, Hungarian ad, and Russian dat mean to give. 

THESIS (a premise or given) is from Greek thesis (a placing, position, proposition) is from Greek tithenai (to put, place).  Remember that the Tahf/T can also be a THahf/TH. While In the Edenic verb of giving’s most formal state, NaTaN or NaTHaN means to give, put, place,   L’TaiTH means "(to) give" (Genesis15:7). L’TeeTaiN or L’TeeTHaiN means "(to) place" (IKings6:19). Just the Tahf-Tahf form is used by Laban telling Jacob that he would rather “give” Rachel to him than to another in Genesis 29:19.  The Edenic THESIS allows Tahf to mutate/adapt to a Thaf or Sahf.


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