Origin of English word NUMISMATICS

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The word NUMISMATICS is addressed in the entry: NUMBER


English Word

NUMBER

Edenic Word

MaNaH

Hebrew Word

מנה

Transliteration

Mem-Noon-Hey

Pronounciation

MUN-AH

Conversion

[MN → NM]

Roots

Latin numerus is a number or division; the alleged Indo-European “root” is nem (to assign, allot; take).  מנה MaNaH is to number or count (Genesis 13:16); מנה MoaNeH is a unit of numbers (Genesis 31:7), מיון MeeYOON is a classification; מנה MaNaH is to "appoint" in Isaiah 65:12 and Daniel1:11. The Aramaic of Daniel (5:25) means to number.  To number is to appoint a value.


Branches

מנין MiN YaN is a number (Ezra6:17), counting or quorum;  MaNaH is a part or portion, as in the rationed MANNA. See MAN, MONEY, and MOON.

The so-called cognates of  NUMBER include: ANOMIE, ANTINOMIAN, ANTINOMY, ASTRONOMY, AUTONOMOUS, wandering of Cain in Genesis 4:12BINIMIAL, DEUTERONOMY, ENUMERATE, METRONOME, NEMESIS, NIM, NIMBLE, NOMA, NOMAD ( possibly a contraction of N[A] and NahD, with a nasal shift, the), NOME, NOMOGRAM, NOMOGRAPH, -NOMY, NUMB (see NUMB), NUMISMATICS, NUMMULAR, NUMMULATE and SUPERNUMERARY.

Arabic number, nim ra , also reverses the  nasals, and adds an R. In Chinese, the AMOUNT of quantity, as in ”just so” big, is nen X476.


Related Words

MAN,MONEY,MOON,NUMB



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