Search found 241 matches

by lpetrich
Sat Jun 16, 2018 6:49 pm
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

Words that don't resemble each other very much. What a big load of peresh shor.

Some of the Spanish ones I recognize as being descended from Latin, like:
decir - dicere
saber - sapere
verbo - verbum
libro - liber
escribir - scribere
curso - cursus
by lpetrich
Fri Jun 15, 2018 5:23 am
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

I'll track down the names of Spanish and Portuguese cities and other places Madrid - medieval Arabic: place with lots of water? Bilbao - ? Barcelona - ancient Iberian Barkeno Pamplona - Roman: Pompelo (founded by Roman general Pompey) La Coruña - ? Valencia - Roman: Valentia (strong ones: some Roman...
by lpetrich
Thu Jun 14, 2018 8:44 am
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

I found another Phoenician word in Spanish: the name of the city Cadiz. Its name is derived from Agadir or A Gadir, meaning something like "the walls". Various Greek sources used Ta Gadeira (neuter plural) or sometimes Ta Gêdeira or Hê Gadeira. The Roman name for the city was Gâdês, and the Roman co...
by lpetrich
Thu Jun 14, 2018 2:21 am
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

Why is it so easy to find Hebrew-Spanish cognates? Ethan, with your Goropian methods, one can show that any language is close to any other language. All it requires is some imagination. Let's take the definite articles and compare the Arabic and Spanish ones. The Arabic one, al, is uninflected. How...
by lpetrich
Wed Jun 13, 2018 5:26 pm
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

The Phoenician cultures that dominated the coastlines of Ancient Spain, who founded the first cities in Europe, just a Cadiz, they never existed and had zero influence on Spanish language and cultures and the entire culture of Spain is pedigree Latin? (inlined image snipped for brevity) An argument...
by lpetrich
Tue Jun 12, 2018 2:04 pm
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

I am also an opponent of PIE [Proto-Indo-European] , Every time i look up PIE Etymology of any words, no mention of Hebrew , Why is Hebrew not classified as a PIE language, the language was used in Europe, ... It is not because it is very very different. The Indo-European family was named that beca...
by lpetrich
Tue Jun 12, 2018 1:55 pm
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Was OT originally in Greek?
Replies: 61
Views: 3509

Re: Was OT originally in Greek?

Ethan wrote:
Mon Jun 11, 2018 3:13 pm
... the Septuagint also preserves an original dialect
of Hebrew through it's transliterations. ...
Greek != Hebrew

Greek is not even close to Hebrew. It's closer to English and Spanish and Russian and Hindi than to Hebrew. As to Hebrew, it's much closer to Arabic than to Greek.
by lpetrich
Wed May 30, 2018 5:43 pm
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Hebrew
Replies: 123
Views: 8637

Re: Hebrew

Threshing - Wikipedia -- human threshing is done by beating the grain with handheld flails. A flail is two wooden rods connected with a short chain. Farm-animal threshing is done by getting the animals to walk on the grain. Ethan, all you are doing is showing that you can derive any word from any o...
by lpetrich
Wed May 30, 2018 10:25 am
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Hebrew
Replies: 123
Views: 8637

Re: Hebrew

Ephod and Teraphim both share the same root word, "ποδός" (Podos) "Foot" "podos" is in the genitive case or of-case: "of a foot". Not the best reference form. Try the nominative (subject) pous or the accusative (object) poda. All singular, I may add. Greek pous (nom. sg.), pod- (stem for other case...
by lpetrich
Tue May 29, 2018 7:40 pm
Forum: Jewish Texts and History
Topic: Hebrew
Replies: 123
Views: 8637

Re: Hebrew

Mycenaean Greek is very recognizable as Greek. It was decoded with the help of the pictographic signs that were used in Linear B writing. Like ti-ri-po-de in syllable signs, then a drawing of a three-legged jug and then "2". The Mycenaean word ' ti-ri-po-de ' is תרפים "Teraphim" or τρίπον ( Tripon)...