Origin of English word VEERING

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The word VEERING is addressed in the entry: VEER


English Word

VEER

Edenic Word

[A][V]oaR

Hebrew Word

עבר

Transliteration

Ayin-Bhet-Resh

Pronounciation

AH-VORE

Conversion

[AVR]

Roots

French virer is to turn around. VEER means to change directions or sides.

  עבר [A][V]oaR is to pass over from one עבר [A][V]eR (side) to another.  In  I Samuel 14:4 "Jonathan sought togoover unto the Philistine's garrison" –GHaBHoaR, also available as עבר [A][V]oaR.


Branches

VEERING from the straight path morally is an  Ah[V]ayRaH (transgression, sin). ENVIRONS and ENVIRONMENT are related. The AHD lists words like FAR, FURTHER, PARA(DISE), PER- and PERI- as cognates of VEER.

See ABERRATION, FERRY and OVER.


Related Words

WRIST



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