Origin of English word ANGER

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The word ANGER is addressed in the entry: ANGEL


English Word

ANGEL

Edenic Word

MaLAhKH

Hebrew Word

מלאך

Transliteration

Mem-Lamed-Aleph-Khaf

Pronounciation

Ma-LUKH

Conversion

[MLK → MKL → NGL]

Roots

Greek angelos (angel, messenger) is from  an "unknown Oriental source."  When Christian words are known to have a Hebrew Bible basis, and when the word for an angel or messenger in Biblical Hebrew  is  מלאך   MaLaKH (angel, messenger - Genesis22:11)., also a nasal- liquid-guttural (albeit  is a slightly different order) than it may be assumed that these lexicographers are prejudiced, Semitically illiterate, lazy or all of the above.   An M132 metathesis plus nasal shift allows any mortal to see angels in Mem-Lamed-Khaf.

Sound-alike opposite typical of Edenic are   מלך MeLeKH (king) and מלאך  MaLaKH (messenger, angel).   מלאך MaLAKH is an angel  (Genesis 23:7) or messenger (I Samuel 23:27) who is made to go (imperative),   לך LaiKH, by a king, or the King of Kings.  While , the exact opposite, לך מ   ,  a king (Genesis 14:2),  is the “go-maker.”   The king delegates his authority by sending others to act on his authority. 

Mem can function as  a one-letter  prefix   for   the LK sub-root of   לך   LaiKH (go! ), just as   מקל MaQeL is a walking stick because it makes walking קל  Qahl ) faster, lighter).

 Ethiopic LOAKH means “he sent, ministered;”   מלכות   MaLaKHOOT means message, embassy  (Haggai 1:13).


Branches

The prophet with the ANGELIC name, Malachi, may then be related to words like EVANGELICAL and LOS ANGELES.  Liquids (L,R)  more often are added to roots. In the case of the French ANGFEL, ange, the liquid has been dropped. 

ANGER, ANGINA, ANGST   – see HANG


Related Words

REGAL



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