Origin of English word VINI-

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The word VINI- is addressed in the entry: FENWAY

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Boston's FENWAY was built on bogs.  FEN, meaning a marsh, is from Germanic pon-yo and Gothic fani (mud), which is tracked to the Indo-European “root” pen (swamp). 

 P or F interchanges with another bilabial, V, as  יבן YaVaiN shifts nasals to Mud, mire (Psalms69:3). Yod-Vav-Noon means to ferment, like the natural rotting in marshlands.  יין Yod-Yod-Noon is a related fermenting word known as wine (Genesis 9:21).  The bilabial-nasal of our Vav-Noon is heard in WINE words like Latin vinum and German Wein.


FENNY is the adjective.  Chinese juanni means mire (ju is from Yod-Vav).  Spanish fango is mud. Swamp  is   beung  in Thai.  The WN in Winnipeg (Manitoba, Canada) means swamp in Cree (Native American).

Getting stuck in the mire of Greek philosophy may have nothing top do with it, but the same Yod-Vav-Noon, YaVaN, is always rendered as Greece or IONIA (Genesis  10:4).  While “classic” columns were first in ancient Egypt, the IONIAN column earned its name. The Greek rendering of Yod as I may also be seen at IOTA.

Greek oinos (wine – whence OENOLOGYand OENOMEL) and Chinese yun (wine) are close to YaYiN (wine). Closer to Yod-Vav-Noon are the alleged derivatives of the Indo-European “root” vinum (wine, “probably from a Mediterrannean word”): VINACEOUS, VINE, VINI-, VINEGAR and WINE. VINE also carries the bilabial-nasal in GeFeN (vine – Genesis 40:9) and the reversed Noon-Bhet in [A]NahBH (grape – Genesis 40:10). More at VINE.

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