Origin of English word HOITY-TOITY

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The word HOITY-TOITY is addressed in the entry: HOOT


English Word

HOOT

Edenic Word

HaiD

Hebrew Word

הד

Transliteration

Hey-Dalet

Pronounciation

HAYDT

Conversion

[HD → HT]

Roots

The origin of HOOT is uncertain, but Swedish and Norwegian huta is similar.

To HOOT is to shout or cry out, and HaiD is a shout or noise. In Ezekiel 7:7 it is translated "joyful shouting."


Branches

HOITY-TOITY is defined as noisy mirth. A HOOT(ENANNY) involves similar noise. In Finnish, houta and huudan mean to cry, call, exclaim or shout.





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