Origin of English word NECESSARY

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The word NECESSARY is addressed in the entry: PRECEDE


English Word

PRECEDE

Edenic Word

QeeDaiM

Hebrew Word

קדם

Transliteration

Koof-Dalet-Mem

Pronounciation

KEED-(AIM)

Conversion

[KD → CD]

Roots

PRECEDE, from Latin praecedere, is a combining of prae (before) + cedere (to move). To PRECEDE is 1) to be or to go before in time or place 2) to introduce with prefatory remarks.

קדם QeeDaiM means to PRECEDE, go forward, to greet or to welcome (Psalms88:14; 95:2). The two-letter Hebrew root Koof-Dalet/QD is seen in that part of the body which (should) always take PRECEDENCE, the QoD-KoaD (the head - Deuteronomy 33;16 - which goes "ahead" or QaDeeYMaH). See CAUDILLO. The hard C we need here is confirmed by the Indo-European “root” ked (to go, yield).


Branches

The "yield" recalls QaDaD (to bow - both a yielding and a greeting – Genesis 23:12). Cognates of such yielding, such as DECEASE and RETROCEDE (both filed under Indo-European ked), recall DiK[H}eeY (fall, stumble) -a DK antonym of KD advancement. More on these last two Hebrew words at DECAY

Other cognates of PRECEDE at Indo-European ked include: ABSCESS, ACCEDE, ANCESTOR, ANTECEDE, CEASE, CEDE, CESSION, CONCEDE, CONCESSION, DECEASE, EXCEED, INTERCEDE, NECESSARY, PRECEDENT, PREDECESSOR, PROCEED, RECEDE, SECEDE and SUCCEED.


Related Words

DECAY



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