Origin of English word SINGAPORE

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English Word

SINGAPORE

Edenic Word

SHOeG + BeeYRaH

Hebrew Word

שאגבירה

Transliteration

Shin-Aleph-Gimel + Bet-Yod-Resh-Hey

Pronounciation

Show-AIG+Bee-RAH

Conversion

[S(H)+NG+BR →PR]

Meaning

roared

Roots

SINGAPORE is an island -state near Malaysia. Its name means “Lion City.”   The lion part is from Thai sing, lion. שואג SHOeG means to roar, and the one animal that this Edenic verb accompanies is a lion. אריה שאג  ARYeH SHAh’aG means a “lion roared” in Amos 3:8.  Edenic SG makes a fine lion word. Nasalizing the roar  (adding an N) lets you hear the lion sing. SH-G becomes SNG.

The second or “city” element of SINGAPORE the “Lion City” is from Sanskrit pur, city.  BeeYRaH is a large city, a fortified capitol city (Nehemia 1:1).


Branches

Edenic animal names always involve their unique, essential charateristic.  More lions at   LEOPARD  and SLUG. For more on BeeYRah, see BARRIO and METROPOLIS.

Japanese sawagi is an uproar.


Bible Verses

Amos 3:8 אריה שׁאג מי לא יירא אדני יהוה דבר מי לא ינבא׃

“The lion hath roared, who will not fear? The Lord GOD hath spoken, who can but prophesy?”


Strong

(7580)

Related Words

LEOPARD,SLUG,BARRIO,METROPOLIS



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