Origin of English word ELATED

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English Word

ELATED

Edenic Word

[A]LahTS

Hebrew Word

עלץ

Transliteration

Ayin-Lamed-Tsadi

Pronounciation

Ah-LUHTS

Conversion

[LKT]

Roots

ELATED is overjoyed, but the IE “root” is tele (to lift, support, weigh… a cognate of TOLL and TOLERATE).  The real root of this invented “root” is seen at ATLAS.  Note how the LT word is traced to a TL root.  

עלץ   [A]LaTS is to be glad or to “exult”  (I Samuel 2:1).   See EXULT.

 Reversing  Ayin- Lamed-Tsadi brings, after a guttural shift,   צלח TSaLaK[H] (success).


Branches

 With a dental shift from צ Tsadi to   ד D,   עלץ GHaLaTS is a better source of Old English glaed (joyful) than Indo-European “root” ghel –2 (to shine).  This allows GLAD and GLADNESS to shine through.  Only the Ayin’s ability to be both vowel and guttural  lets ELATION meet GLADNESS.            See GALA.


Related Words

GALA



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