Origin of English word WELL (of water)

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English Word

WELL (of water)

Edenic Word

(YOO)BHahL

Hebrew Word

יובל

Transliteration

Yod-Vav-Bhet-Lamed

Pronounciation

yoo-VOLL

Conversion

[(Y)BH-L → WL]

Meaning

stream of water

Roots

IE base bhreu (to boil forth, well out) is cited as the source of WELL, see BURN.

The better, בל  BL etymon is   יובל YOOBHahL or YOO[V]ahL (stream of water – Jeremiah 17:8).

 To bring forth or BEAR (S-L) is the meaning of the verbal form of this word, as in Zephaniah 3:10.


Branches

Inuit ubl(k) means water coming to the surface, and Basque ubil is a whirlpool.  Requiring only a variation of Bet/B (V) and a liquid shift, see VERNAL for drawing WELL from  באר  B’ER (a well).


Bible Verses

Jeremiah 17:8 והיה כעץ שׁתול על־מים ועל־יובל ישׁלח שׁרשׁיו ולא ירא כי־יבא חם והיה עלהו רענן ובשׁנת בצרת לא ידאג ולא ימישׁ מעשׂות פרי׃

“For he shall be as a tree planted by the waters, and that spreadeth out its roots by the river, and shall not see when heat cometh, but its foliage shall be luxuriant; and shall not be anxious in the year of drought, neither shall cease from yielding fruit.”


Strong

(2986)



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