Origin of English word PANDA

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English Word

PANDA

Edenic Word

DoaBH

Hebrew Word

דב

Transliteration

Dalet-Bhet

Pronounciation

DOVE

Conversion

[D-BH → BD, BD → PD+N]

Roots

A PANDA is raccoon-like Asian beast; the popular giant PANDAS are commonly thought of as bears.  While popularly associated with China, the name of the creature is from Nepal.   The Edenic “bear,”  דב   DoaBH in I Samuel 7:34, is also spelled with a Vav/OA in the middle.  The Dalet-Bhet has to be reversed and nasalized, with a bilabial shift turning the Bhet to a P.


Branches

Pandas like bamboo shoots. But actual brown and black bears famously like honey.  This is why some link this Dalet-Bhet D-BH animal to DiBHaSH (honey).





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