Origin of English word NUPTIAL

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The word NUPTIAL is addressed in the entry: NYMPHET

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[N-PH+M = N-M-PH]


NYMPH (minor nature goddesses, lovely young woman) and NYMPHET (sexually attractive girl) is from Greek numphe (nymph, bride) is from Indo-European “root” sneubh (to marry).

נאוף NeeOOPH (adultery, idolatry - Hosea2:4; Jeremiah3:9); נואף NoaAyPH and   נאפת NoaEPHeT means male and female adulterer or harlot (Leviticus20:10). The Noon-Aleph-Phey term of sexy young things is nasalized with an extra M.    נאוה N’AhVaH means beautiful (Jeremiah6:2), and woman (Psalms68:13).  See FAN for NF beauty that extends from scenery to an ancient vamp named NEFRETITI.


Given cognates include CONNUBIAL,

NUBILE and NUPTIAL. Note the identical feminine suffix, English -ET and  Edenic Tahf / -eT in the captioned terms.  NYMPHOMANIA (excessive sexual desire in women) infers a less pristine etymon than the Greek bride. The Japanese ninfu (nymph) should be a borrowing, but bijin (pretty girl) reverses to a fine Noon-Phey derivative.   A nasalized, reverse of the Phey-Noon root of pointing towards and desiring appears to be directing the lust here – see POINT.  Perhaps this is why PANT (desire, yearing for) sounds like POINT.

A Czech mistress is a pani. Similar in Polish.

K[H]aNaF is the flattery and fawning of a sycophant who craves favor. Het-Noon-Phey could be broken down thusly: Het-Noon is grace or favor; Noon-Phey is the root of panting after that drives this entry. Reversed to Phey-Noon, this better addresses the “phant” of SYCOPHANT. Dictionaries trace this element to Greek phainein, to show, in the belief that sycophant meant a “fig shower.” For P-N visibility, see PANE.

More bilabial-nasal, nasal-bilabial lust at BONNY.

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