Origin of English word MOLASSES

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English Word

MOLASSES

Edenic Word

MaLahTS

Hebrew Word

מלץ

Transliteration

Mem-Lamed-Tsadi

Pronounciation

moll-UHTZ

Conversion

[ MLL→ MLR]

Roots

The so-called Indo-European “root” of MOLASSES ( a biproduct of sugar) is melit (honey).

MaLahTS is translated as pleasant, smooth or sweet (KJV), the parallelism in the verse in Psalms 119:103 is D’(V)aSH, honey.  The Late Latin source of MOLASSES is mellaceum, must,  important for the MOLDINESS of sweet decay in some of the cognates below.  In the divine engineering of Edenics, this sweet Mem-Lamed subroot is the built-in opposite of MaR, bitter – see MARINE.


Branches

The translators who think that Hebrew evolved, were confused by the smoothing over of similar words like MaLaDT  (see MORTAR). The listed cognates of MOLASSES include: MARMALADE, MELILOT, MELLIFEROUS, MELLIFLUOUS and MILDEW.  Add MOLD, MOLDER, an MOLDY  since MOLDERING things have a sickly, sweet smell.  Again, the Tsadi is a good source of both fricatives like S (MOLASSES) and dentals like D (MOLD).

[The MOLASSES-MaLahTS connection was made by Dean Thomas  M. Strouse of Emmanuel Baptist Theological Seminary, 2/07, a translator of Psalms.]


Related Words

MARINE,MORTAR



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