Origin of English word OATH

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English Word

OATH

Edenic Word

OWT

Hebrew Word

אות

Transliteration

Aleph-Vav-Tahf

Pronounciation

OATH

Conversion

[A-O-T(H)]

Roots

Old English ath is akin to German eid, from the Indo-European “root” oito (an oath). An OATH is a ritualistic declaration or visual sign (as the rainbow) of ongoing faith. An אות OWT or OWTH (Genesis9:13, Isaiah37:30) is the mark of a divine promise.

Reverse vowel-Tahf for תו Tahf (sign, mark – Ezekiel 9:4), see TOUCAN.


Branches

The divineĀ  OWT serves as an עד [A]iD (witness) to a future עת [A]iT (time).

Udi is an image in Igbo (Nigeria).


Related Words

TOUCAN



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