Origin of English word HYPO-

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The word HYPO- is addressed in the entry: HAVOC


English Word

HAVOC

Edenic Word

HaPHayKHaH

Hebrew Word

הפכה

Transliteration

Hey-Phey-Khaf-Hey

Pronounciation

HA-FAY-KHA

Conversion

[H-PH-KH]

Roots

HAVOC means great destruction; it "probably" derives from Germanic terms like haver (to hook, take) or heffen (to lift up).

הפוך HaFOOKH is inverted  – see  FICKLE.

חפכה HaFayKHaH is destruction or an overthrow, best seen in Genesis19:21 to describe the leveling of Sodom and the five towns. הפך  HeyFeKH means reverse or opposite. As a synonym of HFK, reversing, overturning or turning over, a metathesis brings us to   הקפה HaQaFaH, completing a circuit.


Branches

HOAVaH is ruin or calamity (Isaiah47:11); the opposite is  HeeVaAH (to form).

HEAVE may be related to the overturning above. HYPO- (under in Greek) may link up to the inversion and undermining here. Flip PH-K over to  GahBH (back).

The Inca Medecine Wheel describes our era as Patchakuti (an upside-down time).  Deuteronomy 32:20 rails against a generation of  תהפכת TaHaPooKHoaT (upside-down or “forward” ones). With a metathesis the two terms are strikingly similar.  When Tsefania (3:9) writes that a Pure Language will overturn and unite humanity, the verb הפך   HeyFeKH   is used.  Edenic can turn us right-side up.

See FICKLE.


Related Words

FICKLE



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