Origin of English word HYMEN

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The word HYMEN is addressed in the entry: SEAM


English Word

SEAM

Edenic Word

TSeeMaH

Hebrew Word

צמה

Transliteration

Tsadi-Mem-Hey

Pronounciation

(T)SUM-AH

Conversion

[TS- M → SM]

Roots

A SEAM is any line formed by the joining of separate materials. Anglo-Saxon seam is said to be tied up with COUTURE, HYMEN, KAMASUTRA, SEW and SUTURE at the Indo-European “root” syu (to bind, sew). The Germanic root saumaz (seam) offers more definition. TSoOMeT is a juncture; TSaMaD is to attach or join. The core  root is Tsadi-Mem, a fine SM.  TSaMaH is a braid (Songs4:1).


Branches

SEAMSTRESS and SEAMY are related – see   SEAMY. See "ACCOUTERMENT" for a better source of COUTURE. Sumu is a seam or stitch in Proto-Eastern Polynesian.


Related Words

SEAMY



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