Origin of English word SARI

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English Word

SARI

Edenic Word

TSiROR

Hebrew Word

צרר

Transliteration

Tsadi-Resh-Resh

Pronounciation

Tsir-OAR

Conversion

[TS-R-R → SR]

Roots

This Hindi word now well known in English is the long wrap of silk or cotton that is the principle dress of Hindu women.

TSiRoR is a wrapped bundle (I Samuel 25:29). The verb TSaRaR appears in Proverbs 30:4 – Who hath bound the waters in a garment.

Tsadi is pronounced as an S by Turkish and some other ancient Jews of the Near East. The second Resh/R came undone.

  צרר TSaRaR, to bind or wrap (Exodus 12:34) echos fricative-liquids like   SoaR, sinew, muscle (wrapped around bones); SaRaR, to bind, to knot;  SaRaKH, to twist, knot… and a chain of Sin/Shin-Resh words ending in SHaRSHiRaH, chain (Exodus 28:14).   צר TSahR is narrow.


Branches

Tsadi-Resh is about tightness. Tightness and narrowness in Spanish is estrechez.   Ostry in Czech means sharp, acute .  For the Tsadi-Resh theme of  emotionally tight restriction, see STRESS.


Related Words

STRESS



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