Origin of English word NINNY

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The word NINNY is addressed in the entry: EL NINO


English Word

EL NINO

Edenic Word

NeeYN

Hebrew Word

נין

Transliteration

Noon-Yod-Noon

Pronounciation

NEEN

Conversion

[NN]

Roots

The infant terrible of a global weather system, el nino, is from Spanish nino and nina, maleor female child. The word has no known origin, and is thought to be from some prehistoric Iberian root. NeeYN  is a fine source, meaning grandchild or offspring – Genesis 21:23.

As for the Arabic then Spanish article EL (the), reverse Edenic  ל - Lah (the – Genesis 1:5).


Branches

Chinese nan (child) and Malay niana (child) are from  the same Edenic ancestry.  See BABY and  MORON for our tendancy to call idiots by “children” terms. The NINCOMPOOP (fool) has no known origin. A NINNY (fool) is thought to perhaps come from “innoicent.”  Both NN words are from NeeYN. 

The same verse in Genesis with NeeYN, has a companion progeny word:   נכד NeKHeD. The phrase is interpreted as “children and grandchildren.”  Spanist nieto, -ta is a grandchild. The כ  Khaf of נכד    NeKeHD has dropped, and the Daled/D has shifted dentals to T. NIECE may also be from:   נכד  NEKHeD.  NIECE has no Indo-European “root,” and the given source as Latin neptis is suspect.


Related Words

BABY



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