Origin of English word NUTS

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English Word

NUTS

Edenic Word

Na’ATS

Hebrew Word

נאץ

Transliteration

Noon-Aleph-Tsadi

Pronounciation

NUH-UTS

Conversion

[N- U-TS]

Meaning

to condemn, spurn, be wrathful

Roots

Because it's slang, NUTS is not taken up seriously. NUTS is an exclamation of disgust, scorn or angry refusal. Na’ATS (to condemn, spurn, be wrathful) is in Proverbs1:30 and 16:5. NeeAyTS is to curse or insult; NeeAhTSaH is contempt or blasphemy in Isaiah37:3.


Branches

What about WALNUTS or cashew NUTS? The alleged Indo-European “root” is ken-5 ( the hypothetical base …of something compressed).  A NUT is a poor cognate of NECK – see NECK. Nuts are hidden within their pods, but not compressed.    Thewide diversity ofnut words within IE point to a Noon plus Tsadi Edenic etymon.  There’s Spanish nuez, German Nuss, Dutch noot and Danish nod. Only the versatile Tsadi/TS, both dental and fricative,  could work.  Noon-Tsadi reverses to nut-in-shell words like secrectly,   hidden, wrapped and hard:  TSaNOO[A]h is hidden; TSaNaM is dry, like Syriac TSOONAMaH (hard stone, and a source for STONE); TSaN[A]h is to preserve; TSiN[A]H is secrecy; TSaNaF is to wrap around (see STEPHANE); TSiNayFaH is enveloping (Isiah 22:18), TSiNTSeNeT is a jar or flask (Exodus 16:33).   However it is translated, this Tsadi-Noon term waas used to protect the manna as a hard pod or shell does a nut. 


Bible Verses

Proverbs 1:30 לא־אבו לעצתי נאצו כל־תוכחתי׃

“They would none of my counsel, they despised all my reproof.”


Strong

(5006)

Related Words

NECK,STEPHANE



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