Bilingual Match to Biblical Flood

James Xianxing Du

Abstract


In this testimony, vowel next to two l letters is proposed as a novel affix that represents dissected offering at burnt altar. In turn, biblical etymology of flood is presented to be double hands in offering flock to worship, and the etymology of boat is both male and female in pair. All the words for ships are linguistically related to either Noah’s ark or worship. 牙  tooth is originated from two people in mating to match Noah’s covenant about food and multiplication after the flood. An affix for burning, c+vowel+n, is also verified. For the first time in human history, a large variety of words related to great flood, ark and Noah’s worship are presented to match bible in semantic origin, indicating divine creation of languages.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5296/ijl.v11i1.14434

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