Origin of English word TARIFF

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English Word

TARIFF

Edenic Word

T’[A]hReeYF

Hebrew Word

תעריף

Transliteration

Tahf-Ayin-Resh-Yod-Phey

Pronounciation

TAH-AH-REEF

Conversion

[TRF]

Roots

TARIFF is a listing of import and export taxes. Officially borrowed from Arabic ta'rif (information, explanation), this word is from Arabic 'arafa (to know). Hebrew  T'[A]ReeYF is also "borrowed" from Arabic, but Arabic 'arafa should be a typical #2-#3 letter swap from Ayin-Vav-Resh, [A]VR, the root of [E]R ("awake" - Songs5:2).  The [A]VR root gives us AWARE (see ORIENTATION) – "knowing" counterpart of 'arafa.


Branches

Ayin-Vav-Resh, A[ V]R, like AWR, means AWARE. The divinely programmed opposite is the same Ayin-Vav-Resh read [E]eVaiR, which means means "blind"  (thus unaware  -- Deuteronomy28:29).


Related Words

ORIENTATION



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