Origin of English word OWL

Bookmark and Share


English Word

OWL

Edenic Word

Ah[V]aiL

Hebrew Word

אבל

Transliteration

Aleph-Bhet-Lamed

Pronounciation

AH-VAIL

Conversion

[A-BH-L → WL]

Roots

The Indo-European “root” of  OWL is at YELL and “ULULATION,”

while the mournful OWL sounds more like an   אבל Ah[V]aiL or ABHaiL (mourner – Isaiah 61:2) – see WAIL.


Branches

BRANCHES:   The German OWL is easily a mourner as well: Eule.  Once again, a Bhet/BH or {V} can be a U.  The Spanish OWL, buho, is from a similar word: BaKHaH (to weep or mourn – Deuteronomy 21:13.  The owl words above could be said to be echoic of the owl’s cry.  The Finnish owl, pollo, isn’t echoic, and  seems to have shifted a Bhet to P.    See VOCALIZE for more owls.


Related Words

VOCALIZE



Leave a Comment


Comments are moderated and rel="nofollow" is in use. Offensive / irrelevant comments will be deleted.

 *Name

 *Email (will not be published)


 *Enter captcha code

 Website (optional)