Origin of English word GORY

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The word GORY is addressed in the entry: CRUST


English Word

CRUST

Edenic Word

QaRaSH

Hebrew Word

קרש

Transliteration

Koof-Resh-Shin

Pronounciation

Cah-RUS(H)

Conversion

[K-R- S(H)]

Roots

Latin crusta and the Indo-European “root” kreus (to begin to freeze, form a crust) link the hardening of CRUST to coldness.

Similarly, QaRaSH (to clot, congeal, coagulate) is an extension of QoaR (cold - Genesis8:22). KARESH is frozen; QaRaM is to form crust; QeRaK[H] is  frost. 


Branches

The crusty CROUTON (toast) better displays the S hardening to T (as any Shin did via Aramaic – see TAURUS.) Other official cognates of CRUST are CRUSTACEAN, CRUSTACEOUS, CRYSTAL(LINE) and CRYO  – see  CRYOGENICS for other cold words.

GORE as clotted blood belongs here; see GORE for the less GORY connotation. Other related words like CRUD and CURD link up with Hebrew terms like QaReeYD (crust of hardened sediment), QaLOODT (closed) and  GeLeD (crust).   See CLOT and CREAM. The verb GORE is traced to Old English  gar and Old Norse geirr (spear), whose Edenic source should be K[H]eREBH (sword – see HARPOON.


Related Words

CRYOGENICS



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