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Indoeuropeo o Protoindoeuropeo

Il cuore e la fonte dell’opera La Lingua Ebraica Restituita, e di questo restauro del testo della Creazione, è il Dizionario Etimologico redatto da d’Olivét. Non sappiamo nulla a riguardo della sua origine, abbiamo solo le affermazioni dello stesso d’Olivét, il quale semplicemente lo descrive come dizionario radicale dell’antica lingua egizia.

D’Olivét è certamente molto erudito e le sue conoscenze linguistiche sono molto ampie: Oltre alla Linguadoca, parla tedesco, inglese, spagnolo, italiano e portoghese; ha una notevole conoscenza delle opere scientifiche e letterarie in lingua greca, latina, celtica, gotica e in antico alto tedesco; è esperto in tutte le lingue e dialetti semitici, nonché del sanscrito, cinese e dei geroglifici egiziani. Certamente anch’egli è fra coloro che studiano la recente e importantissima scoperta, la Stele di Rosetta.

L’unico dato storico è che d’Olivét pubblica il Dizionario Etimologico circa venti anni prima delle scoperte di Champollion, relative alla decifrazione dei geroglifici egizi.

Ma il Dizionario Etimologico è anche molto altro, è la prova evidente dello strettissimo e diretto legame fra le lingue Indoeuropee e l’antica lingua egizia. Di conseguenza, o le lingue Indoeuropee derivano dalla lingua egizia, oppure sia le lingue Indoeuropee, la lingua egizia e, come suggeriscono i risultati ottenuti dalle scoperte di Benjamin Lee Whorf sulle lingue dei nativi americani, tutte le altre lingue del pianeta, attingono e si formano da quella Grammatica Universale ipotizzata da Noam Chomsky e da quel Dizionario Universale di cui parla d’Olivét. Il quale a riguardo dice: “In tutte le lingue del mondo, da quella dei cinesi fino a quella dei Caraibi, la sillaba aM o Ma si riconduce all’idea di Madre, come aB o Ba o aP o Pa a quella di Padre” (Grammatica ebraica. Capitolo III. §II.).

Questa è solo un breve elenco di parole italiane che in modo semplice, diretto e inequivocabile dimostrano la loro origine dal dizionario etimologico.


 


 

Bolla

Bollire

Bollare

Biglia

BL

lb

lb   BL. This root should be conceived according to its two ways of composition: by the first, the root  la  , which designates elevation, power, etc., is united to the sign of interior activity  b  ; by the second, it is the sign of extensive movement  l  , which is contracted with the root  ab  , whose use is, as we have seen, to develop all ideas of progression, gradual advance, etc.; so that it is, in the first case, a dilating force, which acting from the centre to the circumference, augments the volume of things, causing a kind of bubbling, swelling; whereas in the second it is the thing itself which is transported or which is overthrown without augmenting in volume.

lb   Every idea of distention, profusion, abundance; every idea of expansion, extension, tenuity, gentleness. In a figurative sense, spirituality, the human soul, the universal soul, the All, GOD.

The Arabic (arabic font) characterizes in a restricted sense, that which humectates, moistens, lenifies, dampens, and makes fertile the earth, etc.

llb   (intens.) From excess of extension springs the idea of lack, want, neglect, weakness, nothingness: it is everything which is null, vain, illusory: NOTHING.

The Arabic (arabic font) is restricted to the same sense as the Hebrew, and is represented by the adverbial relation without.

lWb   Action of dilating, swelling, boiling, spreading on all sides: a flux, an intumescence, a diffusion; an inundation, a general swelling.

 

Calcolo

 

CL+CL

lk

lk   CHL. This root expresses all ideas of apprehension, shock, capacity, relative assimilation, consummation, totalization, achievement, perfection.

lk   That which is integral, entire, absolute, perfect, total, universal: that which consumes, concludes, finishes, totalizes a thing; that which renders it complete, perfect, accomplished; which comprises, contains it, in determining its accomplishment: the universality of things; their assimilation, aggregation, perfection; the desire of possessing; possession; a prison: the consumption of foods, their assimilation with the substance of the body, etc.

lWk   Action of totalizing, accomplishing, comprising, universalizing, consummating, etc.

 

Cappello

Cappa

Coppa

 

C+P

@k

@k   CHPH. Every idea of curvature, concavity, inflection; of a thing capable of containing, holding: in a restricted sense, palm of the hand, sole of the foot, talons, claws of an animal, a spoon; that which curves like a sleeve, a branch: that which has capacity, like a stove, a spatula, etc.

The Arabic (arabic font) contains exactly the same ideas as the Hebraic root. As verb, and in a figurative sense, (arabic font) signifies to preserve, defend, keep.

@Wk   Action of bending, being inflected, made concave, etc.

 

Demolire

De+molire

(De in funzione privativa

 

ML

lm

lm   ML. The sign of exterior and passive action. united by contraction to the root  la  , symbol of every elevation and every extent, composes a root to which is attached all ideas of continuity, plentitude, continued movement from the beginning to the end of a thing: thence, the accessory ideas of locution, elocution, eloquence, narration, etc.

lm   That which is full, entirely formed; that which attained its complement: that which is continued without lacunas; every kind of locution, narration, oration; a term, an expression.

 

Filosofia

PL+SF

(PH+SPH)

@v    lp

lp   PHL. The emphatic sign, united by contraction to the root  la  , symbol of every elevation, constitutes a root which develops all ideas of distinction, privilege, choice, election, setting aside: thence,

lp   Some thing wonderful, precious, which is considered a mystery: a miracle: a distinguished, privileged man whom one reveres; a noble, a magistrate; that which is set aside, hidden in all fruits, the germ; literally, a bean.

The Arabic (arabic font) has not preserved the moral ideas developed by the Hebrew. This root, inclining toward the physical sense, is limited to expressing that which is separated, extracted, drawn from another thing: that which is divided into distinct parts. In the modern idiom (arabic font) signifies literally to drive away.

llp   (intens.) From the idea of noble and magistrate, springs that of dominion, power: thence, the action of judging others, rendering justice, governing, etc.

@v   SHPH. Every apparent, eminent, distinguished, prominent object: that which extends beyond, as a hill; appears on top, as cream, etc.

The Arabic (arabic font) designates in general that which becomes limpid, clear, transparent.

@s   SPH. Every idea of summit, end, finish; anything which terminates, consummates, achieves.

@s   The extremity of a thing, the point where it ceases; its achievement, consummation, end: the defection, the want of this thing: the border, top, summit, threshold; that which commences or terminates a thing; that which is added for its perfection: also, reiteration of the same action, an addition, supplement; the final thing where many others come to an end: a time involving many actions.

 

Gigante

G+G+AN

!a    g 

g   GH. As grammatical sign, it expresses organic development and produces all ideas originating from the corporeal, organs and from their action.

ag   GA. The organic sign  g  united to the potential sign  ga  , constitutes a root which is attached to all ideas of aggrandizement, growth, organic development, augmentation, magnitude.

hg  ,  Wg  and  yg  GHE, GOU and GHI. The organic sign united either to that of life, or to that of universal convertible force, or to that of manifestation, constitutes a root which becomes the symbol of every organization. This root which possesses the same faculties of extension and aggrandizement that we have observed in the root  ag  contains ideas apparently opposed to envelopment and development, according to the point of view under which one considers the organization.

The Arabic (arabic font) indicates universal envelopment, space, atmosphere; (arabic font) characterizes that which protects.

hhg   That which organises; that which gives life to the organs: health, and metaphorically, medicine.

hWg   Every kind of organ dilated to give passage to the vital spirits, or closed to retain them: every expansion, every conclusion: that which serves as tegument; the body, in general; the middle of things: that which preserves them as, the sheath of a sword; etc.

gg   GG. Every idea of elasticity; that which stretches and expands without being disunited.

!a   In a broader sense, it is the sphere of moral activity; in a restricted sense, it is the body of the being.

Gobba

GB

bg

bg   GB. The organic sign united by contraction to the root  ba  , symbol of every fructification, develops, in general, the idea of a thing placed or coming under another thing.

bg   A boss, an excrescence, a protuberance: a knoll, an eminence; the back; everything convex.

Gremire

G+RM

~r    g 

g   GH. As grammatical sign, it expresses organic development and produces all ideas originating from the corporeal, organs and from their action.

ag   GA. The organic sign  g  united to the potential sign  ga  , constitutes a root which is attached to all ideas of aggrandizement, growth, organic development, augmentation, magnitude.

~r   RM The sign of movement proper considered in its abstract mode, or in its different radical modifications,  ar  ,  hr  ,  Wr  ,  xr  ,  yr  being here universalized by the collective sign  ~  , designates that sort of movement or action, by means of which any thing whatsoever, rising from the centre to one of the points of the circumference, traverses or fills an extent or place, which it has not occupied previously.

~r   or  ~mr  (intens.) That which is borne upward, which rises, dilates, mounts, projects, shoots up, increases rapidly, follows a movement of progression and ascension.

~Wr   Action of rising by expanding, of filling space; action of being lifted up, in speaking of anything whatever; state of being in effervescence; the superior part of a thing; height, sublimity.

Grosso

G+RS

vr    g 

g   GH. As grammatical sign, it expresses organic development and produces all ideas originating from the corporeal, organs and from their action.

ag   GA. The organic sign  g  united to the potential sign  ga  , constitutes a root which is attached to all ideas of aggrandizement, growth, organic development, augmentation, magnitude.

vr   RSH. The sign of movement proper, united to that of relative movement, constitutes a root which is hieroglyphically symbolized by a point at the middle of a circle: it is the centre unfolding the circumference: the fundamental principle.

var   Every acting principle, good or bad; a venomous poison, a very bitter, gall; that which is primary, initial; the origin, summit, top; the culminating point of all things; the head of man or of anything whatsoever; the leader of a people, a captain, a prince, a king.

 

Leccare

LQ

ql

ql   LCQ. In a literal sense, that which is seized by the tongue, that which is lapped, licked: figuratively, that which is seized by the mind, a lesson, a lecture, an instruction.

The Arabic (arabic font) signifies to chew, and (arabic font), as onomatopoetic root denotes every kind of slapping, clapping, clicking.

 

Modo

Md

dm

dm   MD. The sign of exterior action, being united to that of elementary division, constitutes that root whence come all ideas of measure, dimension, mensuration, commensurable extent, and in a metaphorical sense, those of custom, rule, condition.

Molto

ML+T

at   lm

lm   ML. The sign of exterior and passive action. united by contraction to the root  la  , symbol of every elevation and every extent, composes a root to which is attached all ideas of continuity, plentitude, continued movement from the beginning to the end of a thing: thence, the accessory ideas of locution, elocution, eloquence, narration, etc.

lm   That which is full, entirely formed; that which attained its complement: that which is continued without lacunas; every kind of locution, narration, oration; a term, an expression.

at   THA. Every idea of determination, designation, definition.

Massa

Masso

Ammasso