Origin of English word SCOPA

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English Word

SCOPA

Edenic Word

$aK[H]aPH

Hebrew Word

סחף

Transliteration

Samekh-Het-Phey

Pronounciation

Sa-KHUFF

Conversion

[S-K-PH]

Meaning

sweep away

Roots

ROOTS:  SCOPA, from Latinscopa,  a broom, is used for the bristley hairs of pollen-collecting insects.  There is no Indo-European “root”.

$aK[H]aPH is to sweep away – Jeremiah  46:15.

DaK[H]aPH is to push.


Branches

Italian scopare is to sweep; scopa is a broom.


Bible Verses

Jeremiah 46:15 מדוע נסחף אביריך לא עמד כי יהוה הדפו׃

" ... your stalwarts...?They did not stand firm, For the Lord thrust them down. (JPS)

“Why are thy valiant men swept away? they stood not, because the LORD did drive them.” (KJVR)


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