Origin of English word SNEAK

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English Word

SNEAK

Edenic Word

Z’NeeYQaH

Hebrew Word

זניקה

Transliteration

Zayin-Noon-Yod-Koof-Hey

Pronounciation

ZIN-EEK-(AH)

Conversion

[ZNK → SNK]

Meaning

furtive and quick leaping after prey

Roots

SNEAK is from Anglo-Saxon snican, thought to be related to "snail" at Indo-European base sneq (to creep). זנק ZeeNaiQ is the furtive and quick leaping after prey attributed to lions who sneak-attack in Deuteronomy33:22. SNEAK is defined as moving quickly and stealthily, qualities that only a dictionary could associate with snails.


Branches

The secrecy inherent in SNEAK is echoed by HeeTSNeeYaGH  to be modest, to hide). To hide oneself in Chinese is tzuni.  More animal SNEAKING at SNAKE.


Bible Verses

Deuteronomy 33:22 כי־אשׁ קדחה באפי ותיקד עד־שׁאול תחתית ותאכל ארץ ויבלה ותלהט מוסדי הרים׃

“And of Dan he said: Dan is a lion's whelp, that leapeth forth from Bashan.”


Strong

(2187)

Related Words

SNAKE



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