Origin of English word VENTRICLE

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English Word

VENTRICLE

Edenic Word

[V]eDTeN

Hebrew Word

בטן

Transliteration

Bhet-Tet-Noon

Pronounciation

VET-EN

Conversion

[B(H)-T-N → VNT]

Meaning

womb

Roots

Latin venter is the belly. The given IE “root” is udero, as the root doctors magically link the VENTER (womb) to the uterus by way of "taboo deformation." 

In non-voodoo linguistics, BeDTeN or [V]eDTeN means womb (Genesis30:2), belly, bowels or "bulge" (in a non-anatomical usage in IKings7:20).  The VNT of VENTER (abdomen, belly or womb) is simply a #2-#3 letter swap or a n M132 metathesis of the Hebrew Bhet-Tet-Noon .  BHaDTBHaiDT is to swell.   Fighting the battle of the bulge is the A[V]NeDT (belt , or waistband – Exodus 29:9, see BUNTING ), related to [V]eDTeN by metathesis, according to Lt. Col. Yehoshua Steinberg.


Branches

VENTRAL,VENTRICLE, VENTRICOSE and VENTRILOQUISM (speaking from the belly) are all cognates.  The French ventre is a stomach. Latin ABDOMEN (belly), minus the "en" ending, is an extended BeDTeN fashionably hidden by the loose clothes of spelling.. The PUDEN(DUM) may be an extension of  BeDTeN (womb) too, while  PoaT (secret parts – Isaiah 3:17) could also have been an influence.  See PeTa[K]H bel ow.

In Marathi (South Asia) pota is a belly, abdomen or womb.

Scottish pud (belly) gave us the bulge-belly adjective PUDGY.

Shifting over to the T- N(M) second element, we find the often TUMID (bulging) TUMMY. The scholars who consider the Swahili stomach (tumbo) irrelevant, have dismissed TUMMY as "a child's word." Latin tumere (to swell, bulge) has also given us TUMEFACTION, TUMEFY, TUMESCENCE, TUMIDITY and TUMOR. Antonyms at SMASH. Tum is a belly for the Amazon Indians as well. Wutan is a belly in Javanese (a Malay language). Woman is a womb-man in many cultures. Wanita is a woman in Indonesian; a wife is a watan for the Maya Indians.  See WOMAN.  More so than BeDTeN, most of the world’s words for female gonad seems to come from a related bilabial-dental word, PeTa[K]H.  PeTa[K]H means opening, passage way, rendered  “door”  in– Genesis 4:7  Peta is a belly in Hindi.  The world’s most common, thus oldest, words for the female gonad are forms of bilabial-dental (PD or PT), as in BeDTeN and PeTa[K]H.

As for PASSAGE itself, Pey-Tahf-Het is read PeSaK[H] is a Germanic or Ashkenazi pronunciation.


Bible Verses

Genesis 30:2 ויחר־אף יעקב ברחל ויאמר התחת אלהים אנכי אשׁר־מנע ממך פרי־בטן׃

“And Jacob's anger was kindled against Rachel; and he said: ‘Am I in God's stead, who hath withheld from thee the fruit of the womb?’”


Strong

(990)

Related Words

WOMAN



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