field or land
SOD means turf or lawn; here the dictionaries
can only guess that SOD is "probably" related to SODDEN (soaked).
is to moisten or besprinkle. שדה SaDeH is an irrigated,
well-kept field. It isthe source of SODDEN (soaked).
שדה SoDeH (field, land) is one Hebrew etymon
for SOD. It appears in Genesis 4:8. Primarily, the term indicates
irrigated (SODDEN) and cultivated land. This is evident in Czech and Polish sad
(orchard). To see the roots of SOD, turn it upside down to DS. This explains
the DS in PARADISE, from פרדס PaRD eS , orchard (Songs
4:13), Old Persian pairidaeza, enclosure, then Greek paradeisos, park .
The PR part of the Persian means private or sectioned off see the Pey-Resh
family at PART and PARTITION. More below.
DaSHAh is to sprout or grow
grass; DeSHEh is the "grass" or lawn of Genesis1:11.
The Dalet-Shin is about green herbage and verdure to translators.
Too much verdure can cause physical and spiritual density
see SD reversed at DENSE.
DASYURE and TUSSOCK
(dental shift) are related to DeSHEh or TESHE. DASHEEN, the edible sprouts of
the taro, has no known etymon. One theory in Webster's is de
("of" in French) + Chine (China).
to SD earth words, SeeYD is lime and (Yi)$OAD is "foundation" - (IKings6:37). SODA, from Italian sodo (firm), should
be related. SODA is officially linked to Latin solidus, whose source is
taken up at SLAM. SODDEN might be related to ST water terms,
PaRDe$ means orchard, a fine enclosure or park and source of PARADISE, and while
it is in Nehemiah 2:8, Songs 4:13 and Eclesiastes 2:5, the word is famous among
scholars for being a word that the Bible borrowed from Old Persian or Avestic.
It allegedly is from Indo-European words cognate to 1) Greek peri (around)
+ 2) Greek teichos (wall). As usual, the ultimate source is Edenic
see PRD + DS above. The two alleged Indo-European source words have Edenic roots as well.
1) For the biliabial-liquid source of directional words, see OVER. 2) The
Greek TK wall word is the reverse of KoTeL, Kahf-Taph-Lamed, wall -
Songs 2:9. The guttural-dental-liquid theme of walls can be heard at GeDeR
at entries like GATHER and GRID. PARADISE is lost for those who can not
follow this entry and see PARADISE as partitioned off sod, a
SODDEN. lush field of botanical growth, a grassy park that looks like a divine
garden if it is situated in the Middle East.
Genesis 4:8 ויאמר קין אל־הבל אחיו ויהי בהיותם בשׂדה ויקם קין אל־הבל אחיו ויהרגהו׃
And Cain spoke unto Abel his brother. And it came to pass, when they were in the field, that Cain rose up against Abel his brother, and slew him.