Origin of English word HUSH

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English Word

HUSH

Edenic Word

[K]HaSHaH

Hebrew Word

חשה

Transliteration

Het-Shin-Hey

Pronounciation

HUSH-AH

Conversion

[H-SH]

Roots

HUSH was hussht in Middle English, but the term is dismissed as imitative. [K]HahSHaH is to be silent; [K]HooSHeeY is stillness or quiet. An extended form is He[K]HeSHaH (Isaiah42:14).  Shifting fricatives from Sin to Samekh,  Hah$ is defined as "hush;" Caleb "hushed" the people in Numbers13:30.


Branches

HISS is akin to  (La)[K]HahSH (to whisper); [K]HaRahSH means "to be silent."  For the similar opposite common to a non-human language,  RaGHahSH is noise – see RUCKUS.   Calm and quiet is heisi in Japanese .


Related Words

RUCKUS



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