Origin of English word FLAGSTONE

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English Word

FLAGSTONE

Edenic Word

FeLeG

Hebrew Word

פלג

Transliteration

Phey-Lamed-Gimel

Pronounciation

FEL-EG

Conversion

[PH-L-G]

Roots

Not the cloth banner, but the FLAKE or piece of stone found in FLAGSTONE derives from Old Norse flaga (slab or flake of stone).    PeLeG or PHeLeG is a part, faction, division or stream. Historians andf linguists mistakenly think that humans and animals required great migrations and land bridges to get around.  They ignore the Biblical record of human existence when Earth had one continent or “dryness.” Genesis 10:25 refers to the פלג   PeLeG / FeLeG or continental breakup  (FRAGMENTATION) that insured the growth and development of separate peoples and forked tongues. Just as linguistic breakup is ongoing (long after the Tower of Babel), continental drift continues today, even if the Big Bang of land mass breakup coincided with the Deluge.


Branches

BLOCK, BREAK, BRIGADE, FRACAS, PELAGO, and PLOUGH are all related. Much more at BREAK, PLOUGH.   At FLAKE is the similar sound and meaning FeLaKH (a division).

 Rabbi Nathan Glustein links GULF (a break) to FeLeG.   More full reversals or M321 at QUARTER.

See  “ARCHAPELAGO,”  FLAKE, PLOUGH andPLUG.

The FLAG (pennant) cannot be successfully linked to  דגל DeGeL (flag, pennant with tribal symbol – Numbers 2:3) .  But an M213 of DeGeL matches Polish godlo (symbol. emblem). A דגל DeGeL skips in the breeze; דלג DaLeG (an M132) is to skip – see HURRY.  Or, to note the sub-roots that דגל DeGeL combines, a flag is like a waving fish ( דג DahG – see “GADOID”) in a גל   (wave)  gale of wind – see GALE.


Related Words

GALE



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