Origin of English word TERM

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English Word

TERM

Edenic Word

DTeReM

Hebrew Word

טרם

Transliteration

Tet-Resh-Mem

Pronounciation

TERR-EM

Conversion

[TRM]

Roots

ROOTS: Latin terminus is a boundary. Indo-European “root” ter is the base of various boundary terms. TeReM is a boundary in time, rather than space. It means "not yet" or "before" (Genesis24:15). It infers just before or at the edge of a DETERMINING TERMINUS in time. \

The TIME entry has TM and MT music and meaning of TERMINATION. TERM might link up to the תם Tahf-Mem of completion, just as THERMO- (from Greek thermos, heat)  might to        חם [K]HahM  (warth – see CALM.)

See this entries like SMIRK for the case for extra Ls and Rs or liquidization. 


Branches

Related TERMS include DETERMINE, EXTERMINATE, TERMINATE and perhaps THRUM.  An appointed time or TERM in German is a Termin.  A hardened SHaLeM (complete – see SLAM) would be TLM; see TELIC.  Greek telos is also about completion and an end.  DOAR, generation (Leviticus 3:17), is the TERM of life in a particular few decades. DTOOR and TOAR mean a row or a range   – see  TIER.


Related Words

TIME,CALM,SMIRK,SLAM,TELIC,TIER



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