Origin of English word FOG

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English Word

FOG

Edenic Word

GHah(V)

Hebrew Word

עב

Transliteration

Ayin-Bhet

Pronounciation

GHAhBH

Conversion

[GH-(V) → FG]

Roots

In the fog of Semitically-chalenged etymology, the official source of FOG is the Indo-European “root”  pu – 2  (to rot, decay).

Fogs are low clouds, not merely from putrefying bogs, etc.

Atmospheric cover is provided by the Ayin-Bhet   עב [A]h(V) or GHa(V), the obscuring thickness of clouds (Exodus 19:9 ). עבב   GHaBHaBH is to cover with clouds.  The Bhet/BH shifts bilabials to F, the Ayin/GH dissipates to G, and the G-F is reversed to F-G.

 For more on this sound and sense see COVER.


Branches

Fogis wu (reversed) in Chinese. Opva is a cloud in Hawaiian; in Indonesian it is awan.

With a reversal, shifts of guttural and bilabial, and an extra L, the German cloud is very FOGGY: W ol k e.


Related Words

LO



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