Origin of English word GENIAL

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The word GENIAL is addressed in the entry: CHIN

English Word


Edenic Word


Hebrew Word









chew, mill, grind


Old English cin (chin) is from the IE “root” genu (jawbone, chin).

טחן DTaK[H]ahN is to chew, mill or grind (Exodus32:20). The jawbone is nature's  טחון   DTiK[H]OAN (millstone).  טוחנת   DTOA[K]HeNeT is a molar, the grinding tooth. From the outside, it appears that all the grinding is done by the chin.  Tzaqn is the Arabic chin.


ZaQaN is a beard (covering some chins). The given cognates of CHIN are CHAETOGNATH, GENIAL, GNATHIC, -GNATHOUS (Greek gnathos or jaw is an anagram or M312 metathesis of Edenic Tet-Het-Noon, and recalls HANUMAN (from the Sanskrit jaw, hanu). The initial dental (D,T) of the Edenic is lost in the Sanskrit and Old English; it is pushed over to third place of root consonants in the Greek. The Yiddish “jaw” is kin-beyn (chin bone), as German Kinn is CHIN.   Chin or jaw in Thai is kahng. The Turkish chin, cene, also favors the back of the Hebrew (DT)-K-N etymon; Indonesian dagu favors the front of DT-KH(N).

DaqahQ is to crush, make fine;  (Hee)DaiQ is to press together or squeeze. TALC (from Arabic) and (reverse Dalet-Koof/dental-guttural  CUD are related.  Ken is to gnaw or nibble in Chinese .   Japanese kamu is to chew. To grind or pulverize in Chinese is chong  In Uto-Aztecan kitte is to “grind flour” (favoring Tet-Het reversed).     See GNAW.

Bible Verses

Exodus 32:20 ויקח את־העגל אשׁר עשׂו וישׂרף באשׁ ויטחן עד אשׁר־דק ויזר על־פני המים וישׁק את־בני ישׂראל׃

“And he took the calf which they had made, and burnt it with fire, and ground it to powder, and strewed it upon the water, and made the children of Israel drink of it.”



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