Origin of English word NIPPY

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The word NIPPY is addressed in the entry: NIB


English Word

NIB

Edenic Word

NeeYBH

Hebrew Word

ניב

Transliteration

Noon-Yod-Bhet

Pronounciation

NEEBH

Conversion

[N-Y-BH]

Roots

A NEB or NIB (end of anything sharp, like the NIB of a pen) is from Old English nebb and the Indo-European “root” nabja (both mean "bird's beak").   ניב NeeYBH is a canine tooth in Aramaic and Arabic .   ארנבת ARNeBHeT is a rabbit because it combines the Aleph-Resh-Noon of “forest”  (see ELM) with the Noon-Bhet of “tooth.” In other words the Edenic rabbit means “forest NIBBLER.”  NaBHaR is to dig with the snout.


Branches

NIPPLE is an official cognate, though NIBBLE and NIP are more sharply connected.  Reversing the N-BH allows one to see the pointed kinship with words like FAN(G), FIN(CH), PEN and PIN – see   PENGUIN.  FANG is a (specialized) tooth;  fahn (a reversed NeeYB) is a Thai tooth.  More at NIP and SNAP.  More NIPPY pointers at POINT.  With its buck teeth and very visible NIBBLING, reversing our N-B may be behind BUNNY.

More Noon-Yod-Bhet at  “PHONETIC .”


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