Origin of English word STORM

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English Word

STORM

Edenic Word

ZeReM

Hebrew Word

זרם

Transliteration

Zayin-Resh-Mem

Pronounciation

Zeh-REM

Conversion

[ZRM → ST-R-M]

Roots

The alleged Indo-European “root” of    STORM is a verb of turning and whirring – twer- 1 . To see what the scholars could not untwist, see words like TURBO and TURBINE at DISTURB.

ZeReM is a storm, flood, violent shower (Isaiah 4:6). For the flood sense, see STREAM at SERUM.


Branches

Zayin/Z to ST is an extreme fricative shift. Before entries like  SERUM (with STREAM),  STREW and STRIKE.


Related Words

STRIKE



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