Origin of English word STEPHANE

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English Word

STEPHANE

Edenic Word

TSNeeYPH

Hebrew Word

צניף

Transliteration

Tsadi-Noon-Yod-Phey

Pronounciation

Tsin-EEF

Conversion

[TS-N-Y-PH→ ST-PH-N]

Roots

STEPHANE is an ornamental headdress of ancient Greece.  The name Stephen is from a Greek term, stephanos, translated crown, wreath or garland. The Greeks didn’t have British-style crowns or Roman-style garlands, but the noble “wreath” or headgear worn by Temple priests and still worn by Sikhs and others is the TSNeeYPH (turban) -- Leviticus 16:4   TSaPHahN is the verb of wrapping or winding Isaiah 22:18).  Syriac MiTSNiPHTAh is a turban; Arabic sinf is the hem of a garment; Arabic nasif  is a veil  -- (another metathesis, this an M213).


Branches

For the larger family of Stadi-Noon protective wrapping – see “NUTS!”  STEPHANIE and STEVEN could also take note of the glorious origin of their name. If metahesis doesn’t make your head spin,    See  SPIN at SPAN.


Related Words

SPAN



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