Origin of English word HERNIA

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The word HERNIA is addressed in the entry: CRAW


English Word

CRAW

Edenic Word

QeRe[V]

Hebrew Word

קרב

Transliteration

Koof-Resh-Bhet

Pronounciation

KERR-ev

Conversion

[KRV → CRW]

Roots

CRAW (animal stomach) is from Middle-English crawe. קרב QeRe[V] is animal innards, intestines (Leviticus8:21). See “CRAP;” GARBAGE is there too, since animal stomachs are usually SCRAPPED.


Branches

CROP is a bird's stomach, similar to the sources of  guttural-liquid-bilabial animal-parts words: GARBAGE and GIBLET. IE “root” ghera (gut, entrail) links CHORD, CORDON, HERNIA, HARU(SPEX) and YARN to our etymon. QeReBH

(inner part) resembles IE “root” k(w)erp (body). Terms listed   there    include   CORPORAL, CORPORATE, CORPS(E), CORPULENCE,  CORPUSCLE,  CORSET,  and LEPRECHAUN.  There are English fourteen words based on CORPUS.

MIDRIFF is from  Old English hrif (belly), another form of KRV or Koof-Resh-Bhet. Arabic midriff is hilb (retaining the B, but also shifting the Koof and Resh). Japanese belly is hara, as in HARI-KIRI (disembowelment). All CORPS words, including Spanish cuerpo , are from QeReBH (only a shift of bilabials, Bhet/BH to P, is needed).  Turkish karin and Modern Greek kilia is belly. Australian Aborigine huli is an abdomen.

CRAWFISH have exposed stomachs, like CRABS – see CRAB.


Related Words

CRAB



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