Origin of English word RATTLE

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English Word

RATTLE

Edenic Word

RaDTaDT

Hebrew Word

רטט

Transliteration

Resh-Tet-Tet

Pronounciation

RET-TET

Conversion

[RTT]

Roots

The Germanic etymon rattelen might infer the cause of the RATTLE, the vibration, more than the clatter or noise. To RATTLE can also mean to cause something to RATTLE (by shaking):   ReDTeDT "trembling" in Jeremiah49:24;  RaDTaDT also gets down to shake, rattle and roll.  Another echo of this Resh-dental sound and sense in Het-Resh-Dalet and th trembling and beating seen at CARDIO.  [K]HaRaD, Ra’[A]hD and [A]RahTS all mean to tremble in fear – see the entries below.


Branches

There's the child's RATTLE and the RATTLESNAKE.  RaTa[K]H is to boil.  Reverse these fearful RT terms to experience TERR(OR).  See DREAD, HORRID,  SCARED and TERROR.


Related Words

CARDIO,DREAD,HORRID,SCARED,TERROR



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