Origin of English word EGRET

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English Word

EGRET

Edenic Word

[A]GOOR

Hebrew Word

עגור

Transliteration

Ayin-Gimel-Vav-Resh

Pronounciation

Ah-GOOR

Conversion

[vowel, guttural or h+GR]

Roots

French aigretteis a kind of heron, as isOld High German haigiro. [A]GOOR is the heron-like "crane" of Isaiah38:14orJeremiah8:7.


Branches

The EGRET is the GIR(AFFE) of the bird kingdom, sharing the GR neck root. (GaRGiRaH means throat or front of the neck and GaROAN is the neck (Ezekiel 16:11) or throat  (Isaiah 58:1) - the most distinguishing feature of the CRANE (see CRANE) or HERON. (G often becomes an H.) Greek geranos is a crane. A Polish stork is a geranjum.  A crane in Saami (Lapp) is kuorga, requiring only a guttural shift and metathesis of   עגור GHaGOOR (crane).

More at GARGLE and GROAN.


Related Words

CRANE,GARGLE,GROAN



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