Origin of English word GULLET

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English Word

GULLET

Edenic Word

LoahGH

Hebrew Word

לע

Transliteration

Lamed-Ayin

Pronounciation

Lo-AHGH

Conversion

[LG → GL]

Roots

The GULLET or throat is traced to the Latin gula (gullet, throat, palate) and the reconstructed Indo-European “root” g w el- 3 (to swallow).

Lamed Ayin or Lamed Vav Ayin, LoahGH, is a throat or jaw, later a crator.  The throat and jaw meanings are seen in Aramaic and Akkadian; in Proverbs 23:2 it is translated as “throat.” The G-L root needs only to be inverted to L-G. More confounding things have happened to the words in our throats after the psycho-linguistic Babel-babble described in Genesis 11.

More linear is the G + liquid גרון GaROAN (throat – Ezekiel 16:11).


Branches

Lamed-Ayin-Ayinand LaOODT is to swallow.  The

Listed cognates of GULLET include:  GLUT, GLUTTON,GOLIARD, GULAR, GULESand JOWL. 

Italian gola is a throat. In Sanskrit galla is the “swallower,” the throat or neck.  

Shift G-L to G-R for other familiar throat words at  GARGLE and GROAN.  Folllowing G-R neck words will even lead to GIRAFFE and Ayin-Resh-Phey – see SCRUFF.


Related Words

LAGOON



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