Origin of English word PARTNER

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English Word

PARTNER

Edenic Word

TSaRaPH

Hebrew Word

צרף

Transliteration

Tsadi-Resh-Pey

Pronounciation

Tsare-UFF

Conversion

[TS-R-PH → PRT]

Roots

A PARTNERSHIP has p.a.r.t. in it, but it is the opposite of the partial, individualistic, and private words in the PART entry. The AHD is stymied, and offers no Indo-European “root” for PARTNER or PARTY.  Webster’s just offers the same Latin parties, a part, for a source for PARTY, and hopes the readers don’t find the definition, “a group of people working together,” too much the opposite of partisanship. For PARTNER they weakly offer: Middle English partener and the unexplained “influenced by part.” Edenics is all about the physcics-like science of designed opposites.

PARTNERS are built-in opposites of  PARTISANS, as the פרט PRT  and   פרד PRD  bilabial-liquid-dental break-offs seen in PART are the reverse of  dental-liquid-bilabial צרף      (to attach, join, unite, combine).  In verses like Proverbs 25:4 it means to smelt  -- SILVER.  It is a fricative-liquid-bilabial synonym of       צרף TSaRaBH, to burn (Ezekiel 21:3) and שרף SaRaPH, to burn (Numbers 19:6).

EDK cites Semitic cognates , but explains that later Hebrew words like התצטרף HeeT-TSDTaRaiPH (to join, attach) are from burning or soldering together.

Reverse  צרף   TSaRaiPH to get PRT words that get particulars participating.

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Branches

Czech  parta  is a team, gang or company, PARTNERS in a group effort.


Related Words

SILVER



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