Origin of English word HENNA

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The word HENNA is addressed in the entry: ANEMIC


English Word

ANEMIC

Edenic Word

AiYN

Hebrew Word

אין

Transliteration

Aleph-Yod-Noon

Pronounciation

ANE

Conversion

[AYN → AN]

Roots

Greek a- or an- means not or without.

This is like Edenic’s אן  AiN (not) and prefix אי EeY- (not, without).

   אי-כבוד EeY-KHaVoaD ("Ichabod") of ISamuel4:21 means withouthonor, or "gloryisdeparted";    אן AYN in Jeremiah8:19 appears in the phrase, "Is not the Lord in Zion?"


Branches

Other negative prefixes like IM-, IN- and Un-join A- and AN- in linking to Hebrew negatives like AhYiN (nothing, not, no). Other AN- words include ANARCHY, ANOMALOUS and ANONYMOUS. Polynesian and Japanese have similar forms, see NO. A negative prefix like UN- is at the INSOMNIA entry.

ANEMIC itself means without blood. The Hebrew source of Greek haima (blood) might be [K]HahM (warm) or [K]HayMeR (wine). Hamu (red) in Malay might link up with Arabic hinna the source of HENNA (a reddish brown dye).   [K]HaMOOTS(scarlet - Isaiah63:1) as the source of Greek haima and English words like HEMATIC and HEMOPHILLIAC are taken up at SANGRIA.


Related Words

SANGRIA



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