Origin of English word MARK

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English Word

MARK

Edenic Word

MooKaR

Hebrew Word

מכר

Transliteration

Mem-Kahf-Resh

Pronounciation

MOO-KAR

Conversion

[MKR→ MRK]

Roots

Old English mearc is a boundary, landmark, sign or trace. A MARK is a visible identification; to MARK is to pay attention to.the alleged Indo-European “root” is merg (boundary, border).    מכר MooKaR is recognized or known;    מכר   MaKaR is an acquaintance (IIKings12:6). The three-letter root is  Noon-Kahf-Resh/ NKR (to recognize); the two-letter root is KR.    הכיר HeeKeeYR is to acknowledge, distinguish or be acquainted with.  .    נ-כ-ר Noon-Kahf-Resh  antonyms below.       


Branches

Even the antonyms NayKHaR (strangeness), NeeKaiR (to ignore) and NaKHReeY  (foreign and foreigner) address the concepts of recognition, paying attention, and the border marking foreign territory.  These opposite words are only separated by a letter shift (Here a  nasal shift of M/N).  In the Marshall Islands a foreigner is ri-likin, reversing Noon-Khaf-Resh.

Cognates worth MARKING include DEMARCATION, MARCH, MARCHIONESS, MARK (German money), MARKKA (Swedish money), MARQUEE, MARQUIS, MARGIN and REMARK

A stamp in Russian, an official MARK of distinction, is mahr’ka. In German a postage stamp is a briefmarke.





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