Origin of English word PROTUBERANCE

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English Word

PROTUBERANCE

Edenic Word

TSaBHaR

Hebrew Word

צבר

Transliteration

Tsadi-Bhet-Resh

Pronounciation

Tsah-VUHRR

Conversion

[T(S)BR]

Roots

The alleged IE “root” of PROTUBERANCE is teue or teu (to swell). In non-fiction terms, Latin tuber means a lump or swelling.

Remember that the versatile Tasdi/TS can provide for both dentals (D,T – see  TEAL, TINE,” THIN, TOLL, TOP, TOSS) and fricatives (soft C. S, Z).

צבר TSaBHaR is a heap (II Kings 10:8); TSaBHaR is the verb of heaping up (Genesis 41:35);    צבה TSaBHaH (to swell – Numbers 5:22).


Branches

From the Latin derivative came words like TRUFFLE, TUBER, TUBERCULAR  and TUBERCULOSIS. A TUBER is a swollen, underground stem, like a potato, which grows TUBERCLES.

At the-BOTANY entry there is an Edenic plant root, NaBHaDT (sprout, a source  of BUD). The Bhet-Tet subroot is a bilabial-dental, justl like our Tsadi-Bhet dental-bilabial subroot here. The spelling has changed, and the subroot has reversed order.

Other botanical swellings are at BOTANY.  Tsadi-Bhet swelings at SWELL.


Related Words

SWELL



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