Origin of English word GIRLS

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The word GIRLS is addressed in the entry: GIRL


English Word

GIRL

Edenic Word

GHOALaiL

Hebrew Word

עולל

Transliteration

Ayin-Vav-Lamed-Lamed

Pronounciation

GOAL-ALE

Conversion

[GH-L-L → GRL]

Roots

GIRL is traced from a Middle English term for a youngster of either sex to a word for primrose blooms. GILL means girl, woman or sweetheart - as does GIRL -note how the double L of GILL supplants the RL of GIRL. This is reinforced with GILLIE and GILLY (Gaelic), meaning a lad or page. GAL, the short form or GIRL, also weakens the R of GIRL. No matter when it happened, a liquid shift from L to R is what little GIRLS are made of.

GHOALaiL , or [O]aWLaiL in Ashkenazik pronunciation,  means child or "infant" in ISamuel15:3. Both  GHOALaiL and  GHaRLaH infer young, (forbidden) fruit, as found in the blooming etymology of GIRL


Branches

GHaLeH is a leaf;  GHeL(eM/ GhaLMaH) is a young male or female  – see  "ALUMNI."   A Basque  baby is a haurra ; GHOALaiL is a  child or infant in  Lamentations 2:11. Here, the Ayin/GH shifts to an H, rather than a G.     More Ayin to H shifts at SEROW.           


Related Words

SEROW



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