Origin of English word HAZE

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English Word

HAZE

Edenic Word

[K]HaZeeYZ

Hebrew Word

חזיז

Transliteration

Het-Zayin-Yod-Zayin

Pronounciation

HA-ZEEZ

Conversion

[HZYZ]

Meaning

bright cloud

Roots

Here's the HAZY etymology from Webster's: "Connection with Anglo Saxon hasu (gray) is possible, but probably via Late German proverb dehasebrouet (the hare is brewing) as applied to a mist." HAZE means fog or vagueness.

חזיז   [K]HaZeeYZ is a cloud in mishnaic Hebrew; "bright cloud" is the rendition in Zechariah10:1 (KJ). 


Branches

CHAOS, GAS and the second, (wind) element in Japanese (KAME)KAZE link up to the "vapor" and "confusion" in the definition of HAZE and to GahZ [to change, move (in the wind)] - Numbers11:31; Psalms90:1

[K]HaZOAN is a vision (I Samuel 3:1); son is a dream in Russian.

See CHAOS.


Bible Verses

Zechariah 10:1 שׁאלו מיהוה מטר בעת מלקושׁ יהוה עשׂה חזיזים ומטר־גשׁם יתן להם לאישׁ עשׂב בשׂדה׃

“Ask ye of the LORD rain in the time of the latter rain; so the LORD shall make bright clouds, and give them showers of rain, to every one grass in the field.” (KJV)


Strong

(2385)

Related Words

CHAOS



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