Origin of English word LACE

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English Word

LACE

Edenic Word

ReSHeT

Hebrew Word

רשת

Transliteration

Resh-Shin-Tahf

Pronounciation

RESH-ette

Conversion

[R-SH → L soft C]

Roots

No Indo-European “root” could be tied together for LACE.  Las  in Middle English and Old French

meant “a snare, a string” according to Webster’s , whose second definition is a netting. 

ReSHeT is a net (Lamentations 1:13) or a net-work (Exodus 27:4).  The Ugaritic net

had already shifted to R-T, and so forms no network with LACE.


Branches

Hungarian racs (network, grid)  has picked up some of he Edenc network, without shifting the liquid.   





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