Origin of English word NODE

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The word NODE is addressed in the entry: DUNE


English Word

DUNE

Edenic Word

NaiD

Hebrew Word

נד

Transliteration

Noon-Dalet

Pronounciation

NAYD

Conversion

[ND → DN]

Meaning

mound or heap

Roots

DUNEis from Old English dun and Germanic dunaz (hill).

נד   NaiD means mound or "heap" (Exodus15:8).


Branches

MOTTE (clump, hillock), nasalizations like MOUND and MOUNTAIN, and a reversal like NODE are all forms of NaiD. The ANDES mountains derive from Quechua Indian andi (high crest).  Hungarian domn is a hill.    See "UNDULATE."  The many Romance mountain words, like French montagne, can be shortened like the Rumainian munte. Once the n is seen as a nasalization,  MOUNTAIN, like MOUNT, is easier to see from Nood-Dalet reversed. The Noon also shifts  nasals to M.  For world mountain words from Hey-Resh (mountain), see OROLOGY.  ABUNDANCE is also from Latin unda, a wave; the ab- prefix is at ABRUPT. A mound,  raised land for sacrifices or planting  in Chinese is  tan X629, this is a   reversal, with dental shift, of our   נד NaiD, mound, heap .


Bible Verses

Exodus 15:8 וברוח אפיך נערמו מים נצבו כמו־נד נזלים קפאו תהמת בלב־ים׃

“And with the blast of Thy nostrils the waters were piled up - the floods stood upright as a heap; the deeps were congealed in the heart of the sea.”


Strong

(5067)

Related Words

DUNG



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