Origin of English word FUHRER

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English Word

FUHRER

Edenic Word

’[A]BHeeYR

Hebrew Word

עביר

Transliteration

Ayin-Bhet-Yod-Resh

Pronounciation

(MA'AH)-VEER

Conversion

[U-BH-R]

Roots

FUHRER is from German  fuhren (to lead). The Indo-Aryan root was per; the alleged Indo-European “root” is per (to lead, pass over).

  העביר    He'[E]BHeeYR is to cause to pass over (Deuteronomy18:9). עביר    [A]BHeeyR is to “lead along or carry away” (Harkavy – II Chronicles 35:23)

There is much more at FERRY, but the Hebrew origin of FUHRER deserved special handling.


Related Words

FERRY



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