Origin of English word ZOMBIE

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English Word

ZOMBIE

Edenic Word

ZaNaBH

Hebrew Word

זנב

Transliteration

Zayin-Noon-Bhet

Pronounciation

Zah-NUV

Conversion

[ZN-BH → ZMB]

Meaning

tail

Roots

ZOMBIE connotes a potent Caribbean magic with the living dead, but the word refers to a voodoo snake diety.

Snakes are all tail, all the symbol of primitivism, as the snake of Eden was punished for its ambition of supplanting Adam by losing its limbs.

זנו   ZaNaBH, a mere nasal shift away from ZMB, means “tail” in Exodus 4:4.


Branches

German   Schwan z   ( tail)  <  M132 S-F   S-B    זנו    ZaNaV, tail  – see   SWING.   More at SNAP and TAIL.


Bible Verses

Exodus 4:4 ויאמר יהוה אל־משׁה שׁלח ידך ואחז בזנבו וישׁלח ידו ויחזק בו ויהי למטה בכפו׃

“And the LORD said unto Moses: 'Put forth thy hand, and take it by the tail - and he put forth his hand, and laid hold of it, and it became a rod in his hand -”


Strong

(2180)

Related Words

SWING,SNAP,TAIL



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