Origin of English word SWIVEL

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English Word

SWIVEL

Edenic Word

$OA(V)ai(V)

Hebrew Word

סובב

Transliteration

Samekh-Vav-Bhet-Bhet

Pronounciation

sow-VAYV

Conversion

[SVV → SWV]

Meaning

to encompass or turn around or turn away

Roots

Old English swifan (to revolve) is thought to come from a fabricated Indo-European “root” swei (to bend, turn).

סובב $OA(V)ai(V) is to encompass or turn around (Joshua6:4) or to turn away (Genesis42:24). סביב $a(V)eeY(V) means around. סבוב $eeBOO(V) is going around or rotation. ס-ב Samekh-Bhet is a verb of surrounding in Genesis19:4. הסב HaySay(V) is to turn something roundabout (Exodus13:18); it means to turn over (control) to another in IChronicles10:14. סבו $oaBOO in Psalms 48:13 is the plural, imperative verb to “walk around” – 48:12 in KJV. The essential sub-root is ס-ב Samekh-Bet, no matter what has been established for grammatical purposes.

סביבון $i[V]eeY[V]OANis the post-Biblical word for the spinning Chanukah top or dreidle. ס-ב Samekh-Bhet, סב $oaBH, to turn aside – is the two-letter root – see SWERVE ש-ב Shin-Bet, שב SHa(V), to return to a position, or to remain in place (Genesis 29:19 – see WAS) is a root relevent to SWIVELING, turning away from a position. They are similar-sounding opposites, typical of Edenic engineering. ס-ב Sin-Bhet and ש-ב Shin-Bhet are merely a fricative shift apart.

To SWIVEL or to turn around ( ס-ב Samekh-Bet root) might only require inches, but is the crucial first step in the process of return, שב SHaBH, and repentance תשובה T’SHOOBHaH – ש-ב Shin-Bhet verbs that may take us many miles or decades off the path of better behavior. That moral turn seems closer if only we realize how close these two fricative-bilabial verbs are.

Reversing the ש-ב Shin-Bet core of תשובה T’SHOOBHaH (repentance) also reveals the relevant motive of בושה BOOSHaH (shame – see ABASH).


Branches

Cognates of SWIVEL include SWAP, SWAY, SWEEP, SWIFT, SWITCH, SWIM, and SWOOP. Under Indo-European “root” sweng (to swing, turn) are related terms like SWAG, SWANK and SWING.

$eeBaH is a turn of events or a pivotal reason. "Because" is sebab in Indonesian, and is kwasababu in Swahili. Just as $BHeeYBHaH means a neighborhood (the surroundings), Japanese soba means “side,” soba no is “neighboring” and soba ni is beside.” The circling (and returning) fly is the זבוב Z’BHOOBH. In Arabic doubaba is a fly. They have the Semitic ז Zayin/Z –to-D shift seen at “AUDIENCE. Y ou may know a B’a[A]L or lord of the flies by the name BELZEBUB.

As SHaBH is a return, in dialogue that return is an “answer.” Just as T’SHOOBHaH is a return, response or answer (Job 21:34), an answer in Danish and Norwegian is svare (similar in Swedish)… Finnish vastata, Turkish cevap, Indonesian djawaban, Russian atvechat (reverse ch-v), and Swahili jibu.

Above is a link between Zayin-Bhet and Shin-Bhet. For other fricative-Bhet subroots of returning, see entries like GOSPEL, SEVEN,” SWALLOW and SWITCH. The Shin-Bhet opposite of all the cyclical returning involves the brokenness of SHeBHeR, see SEVER.


Bible Verses

Genesis 42:24 ויסב מעליהם ויבך וישׁב אלהם וידבר אלהם ויקח מאתם את־שׁמעון ויאסר אתו לעיניהם׃

“And he turned himself about from them, and wept; and he returned to them, and spoke to them, and took Simeon from among them, and bound him before their eyes.”


Strong

(5437)

Related Words

WAS



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