Origin of English word NOTCH

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English Word

NOTCH

Edenic Word

NaTahK[H]

Hebrew Word

נתח

Transliteration

Noon-Tahf-Het

Pronounciation

Nah-TAHKH

Conversion

[NU]

Meaning

to cut up

Roots

The IE  root of NOTCH is sek (to cut), which, at least, does resemble the actual Latin word secare (to cut).

Edenic offers NaTaK[H] (to cut up – Leviticus 8:20) and Arabic nataha (he tore out).  NaTaQ is to tear away or cut off.  NaTOOQ is a torn male animal (Leviticus 22:24). Noon-Tahf followed by a Samekh, Ayin and Tsadi all mean breaking out and tearing down.

Na[E]eYTS is a ditch that is dug out; Ni[E]eYTSaH in an insertion. The Noon-Ayin-Tsadi word in Aramaic is said by EDK to be related to the cutting thorn of Isaiah 7:19.


Branches

The alleged cognates of NOTCH are at SAXON.  Polish naciac is to incise or notch – also see NICK.

(NOTCH link from Robert Govett, 1869)


Bible Verses

Leviticus 8:20 ואת־האיל נתח לנתחיו ויקטר משׁה את־הראשׁ ואת־הנתחים ואת־הפדר׃

“And when the ram was cut into its pieces, Moses made the head, and the pieces, and the suet smoke.”


Strong

(5408)

Related Words

SAXON,NICK



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