Origin of English word GEMOT

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The word GEMOT is addressed in the entry: MEET


English Word

MEET

Edenic Word

MoW[E]D

Hebrew Word

מועד

Transliteration

Mem-Vav-Ayin-Dalet

Pronounciation

MO-AI(D)T

Conversion

[MOED → MOET]

Meaning

meeting

Roots

Old English metan (to meet) is from the IE “root” mod (to meet, assemble).

A dental shift from ד Dalet/D to T is required.   מועדה MoW[A]hDaH is a meeting place. The tent of מועד  MOA[E]D ("meeting" - Exodus30:26) and a   מועד MoW[A]iD (fixed time, holiday or festival) are points in space and time to MEET the Lord. Requiring a S-F rather than S-D,     מצה MaT(S)aH is to meet, come upon or discover ( Exodus 22:5) .


Branches

The German mezio,slang for a solution or find favors the Mem-Tsadi etymon. MiTSeeYAH is a find or bargain, from MaTSAh (to meet up with, chance upon. 

The official cognates of MEET include FOLKMOTE, GEMOT, MOOT and WITENAGEMOT. MAIL is also listed here, but see MELODRAMA


Bible Verses

Exodus 30:26 ומשׁחת בו את־אהל מועד ואת ארון העדת׃

“And thou shalt anoint therewith the tent of meeting, and the ark of the testimony,”


Strong

(4150)

Related Words

MELODRAMA



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