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A Dictionary of Proto-Vowel Words

Joannes Richter
Having discovered the vowel roots in European philosophy and mythology I decided to design a
Dictionary of Proto-Vowel Words, which might have followed the general design rules for the most
important formulas by applying pure vowel structures only
Main correlations to I, , Eve, Justice, etc.
!he most relevant vowels are the low vowel "a#, the front vowels "i# "y# "e#, a semivowel "w# and
the bac$ vowels "o# "u# %orresponding vowel characters are &, I, ', E, W, ( and )
*everal vowel combinations and permutations have been analy+ed,
&EI() as a --vowel word for .lifetime/ or .eternity/
0IW( as a --vowel word for 1eternal2 .custom, tradition, law/
I&3 as an alternative spelling for 'HWH
I) is an alternative 4-vowel root for IE)E 15eve
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2, I()E 15ove2, I()-piter7s core 15upiter2
!he root I) also refers to 8ust, 8ustice, 8udge, 5ew, etc
I&) as a prototype for the personal pronoun of the first person singular 1I2, which might
have been designed for similarity between the %reator 9od and the creature
1H2&W& 1a prototype for Eve, the :iblical first woman, .a living being/2
&H& ; or abbreviated &a, &, E, I5 as names for flowing water and riviers
!he permutations for three vowels I, & and ) are AIU, &)I, IAU, I)&, )&I, )I& (nly &I) and
I&), &W& have been identified as elementary vowel-based roots
Single vowel words (I and U)
:asically the principal vowels have been encoded in the name I)-piter and Ieve 1IH)H respectively
'HWH2, symboli+ing the 8oined pair .I/ and .non-I/,
I 1'od2, symboli+ing .I/ 1Ego2 and representing Ehieh 1in 9ree$ transformed to <=> ;
always2
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1eve2, symboli+ing .non-I/, in the sense of .you-all others/ !he plural word .you/ has
been derived from Proto-9ermanic *juz-, *iwwiz 1cognates, (ld @orse yor, (ld *aAon iu,
(ld Brisian iuwe, Ciddle Dutch, Dutch u, (ld High 9erman iu, iuwih, 9erman euch2, from
PIE *yu, second person 1plural2 pronoun Essentially a plural word eAcept for the first man
in paradise, in which two persons symboli+ed I 1&dam2 and ) 1Eve2
6 !ranslation of the Divine @ame by Joachim of Fiore and by Pope Innocent III
4 Da %abbale - Papus, Paris 16EF?2 - translated to 9erman Die Gabbala 16E6F2 at page HI Juotes Dacour in his boo$
K&eloim oder 9Ltter des Coses. who claims the letter K'od. represents Ehieh 1in 9ree$ transformed to <=> ;
always2
? ) is used punningly for you by 6-II "MDove7s Dabour7s Dost,M ViNF#, not long after the pronunciation shift that
made the vowel a homonym of the pronoun *ource, )
Some minor correlations
*ome minor correlations have been investigated for possible, alternative roots for the permutation
&)I, IV&, etc,
.&uy/ as a prototype for .eye/
.&wi/ 1.Ewe/, a female sheep2
.&wi/ 1.bird/2
.Evahewi/ 1.Ivy/, an evergreen tree2
.Iewa/ 1.yew/, an evergreen tree2
.5oel/ 15ewel, .'oh7el/, literally Mthe Dord is 9od/2

AEIOU (forever)
9enerally the schematics follow the Eternity - a Pre-!hales-Ooot for Western Philosophy
P
, in which
already .long time, eternity/ had be recogni+ed as a root pattern &EI(), such as applied in !"#$
1aiwon2 In Homer it typically refers to life or lifespan & cognate Datin word aevum or aeuum.
!he letter W is a semivowel, to be understood as a long ) or ))
)sing long vowels and singing long vowels symboli+ed a very long time
!he trailing consonant 1n or m2 probably did not belong to the original pure vowel design and has
been s$ipped in this proto-vowel dictionary
(shortcut ?)
(ld @orse 0, ever, at any time
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! (shortcut ?)
In 9ree$ %&' translates as, always, unceasingly, perpetuallyQ on every occasion
N
!he Word's Origin
is defined as .of uncertain origin/, but we may be sure of the vowel concentration
" # $ %
&

Datin started with - vowels &, E, I, (, V !he primary diacritic was the apeA used to mar$ long
vowels, which had previously been written double However, in place of ta$ing an apeA, the letter i
was written as a long I-vowel
H
,
( ) * +
,

!he central 'od 1I2 occupies a central role and seems to be the most eminent symbol in the alphabet
(riginally the five letter word may have been a triad by s$ipping the vowels E and the (, which
may result in the triad &I.
(he ideal (riad )I* ()+I+,U)
Bailly uses the same vowel-tone arrangement as Ruelle and Poiree, but changes the vowel omega to
() in order to ma$e it better distinguishable from the omicron In point of fact, he does not pretend
to definite $nowledge of what the vowels should be, beyond the Mideal triad A, I, .U, /rototy/e
of e0ery 0ocal syste1, whose simplest modulations complete the septenary
2
M
P )ploaded FER?FR6P
- Etymology
N *trong7s ree! , 6FP ST> 1 aei 2 -- ever, unceasingly
H Datin alphabet
I !he Cystery of the *even VowelsQ In !heory and Practice
The four archaic vowel word A E I O
". J. #. $incent 16HEH-6INI2, had in 6I-E announced his discovery of a 9ree$ vase in the :erlin
museum that seemed to corroborate Demetrius7s statement about the Egyptians singing a hymn of
the four archaic vowels A 3 I .
4

-emetrius. statement a/out the Eg01tians singing 2 vowels (3456 78E)
In fact the Egyptians sang seven vowels A-3-5-I-.-6-7
6F
1in %emetrius (n style 1 %e elocutione2
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2,
1UH62 In Egypt the priests, when singing hymns in praise of the gods, employ the seven
vowels, which they utter in due succession Q and the sound of these letters is so euphonious
that men listen to it in preference to flute and lyre !o do away with this concurrence,
therefore, is simply to do away entirely with the music and harmony of speechV:ut
perhaps this is not the right time to enlarge on these matters
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9rederic: III.s device )+E+I+,+U (3;<45)


!he alphabetically sorted vowel seJuence &-E-I-(-) in the ancient Ooman alphabet served as a
symbolic device for the Habsburg emperor Brederic$ III 16P6-;E?2, who habitually signed
buildings such as :urg Wiener @eustadt or 9ra+ %athedral as well as his tableware and other
ob8ects and signature with &EI(), which may have been chosen as 8ust another vowel acronym of
the sacred @ame 'HVH
6?

Brederic$7s personal motto has never been eAplained, leading to many different interpretations being
presented, although it has been claimed that shortly before his death he said it stands for "lles
&rdreich ist 'sterreich untertan 1English, "ll the (orld is sub)ect to "ustria.2
In fact Brederic$ III may have referred to the original idea of .eternity/, which is the core of the
root word !"#$ behind the vowel seJuence &EI()
E (n the *ymbolism of the Vowels &-E-I
6F !he Cystery of the *even Vowels
66 Demetrius, of Phaleron, b ?-F :% *purious and doubtful wor$s
64 Demetrius (n style, the 9ree$ teAt of %emetrius %e elocution
6? !he &EI()-device of Brederic$ III
IWO (law)
=aw
Ww 1.custom, tradition, law/2 has been derived from Proto-9ermanic *ai(+, *ai(a, 1.law/2, from
Proto-Indo-European *oi(- 1.custom, tradition, law/2 %ognate with (ld *aAon .o, (l Brisian e(a/
.(e/ ./ 0, (ld 9erman .(a/ .ha/ .a/ . 19erman Ehe 1 2atrimony2
Eternal law
!he correlation to .ewig/ 19erman2 and .eeuwig/ 1Dutch2 as translations for .eternal/ seems to be
obvious
IA (YHWH)
!he divine names 1typically 5u-piter or 5ove, 5eve 2 usually start with a front 0owel such as "i#,
eventually to be followed by a low vowel "a#, andRor "e# respectively "o# and eventually to be closed
by a 8ac9 0owel such as "u#
!his approach includes both 5upiter 1I()-piter, 5ove X 5oue2 and 'HWH as candidates for
genuine divine vowel names
&lthough many spellings have been documented I preferred the last one in the time !he !imeline of
Vowel *ymbolism
6P
in which the translations of the divine name1s2 may be s$etched as follows
6-
,
166,FFF :%E Atum-Iu, born son of Ptah documented by Cassey in &ncient Egypt
6N
2
6,PFF :%E yehua 1inscription dated at &menhotep III - circa 6PFF :%E - found at *oleb2
6,6FF :%E 6awhanan 1'Yhanan2 1oldest li$ely theophoric name, in paleo-Hebrew2
EFF :%E Ia-u-a 1Ia-u2 1in 3halmaneser III7s teAts - In the &ssyrian blac$ obelis$
6H
2
EFF :%E 65W 1Guntillet &8rud7s writings, dated from the ninth century :%E2
NFF :%E 6ah 1from the :abylonian $ing @ebuchadne++ar, ca NFF :%E2
-?E :%E Jeho0ah 1from, %yrus, who used the name 5ehovah in E+r 6,42
6I

-FF :%E 'H :6ah; Z 6ahu 1Hebrew2 and Ia Z IaY 19ree$2 1numerous witnesses2
?-F:%E 1*inging2 A-3-5-I-.-6-7
6E
in %emetrius (n style 1 %e elocutione2
4F

?FF :%E - Introduction of the *ubstitute &donay 1Dord2 for the 9reat @ame -
-F :%E IA7
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:Diodorus *iculus translates the !etragrammaton to I&3 2
-F :%E <=>7?@A7 1*upreme :eing with seven 9ree$ vowels in 7!reatise on Interpretations7 2
4FF %E Iaoue 1eAplained by %lement of &leAandria as Mthe one who is and who will beM
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2
4FF %E IAB 1[\] in 9ree$, "Iah# in Datin2 1eAplained by Irenaeus of Dyons, 6?F-4F42
P4F %E Ia8e 1for *amaritans2 ; resp ACa for the 5ews
4?
1by !heodoret of %yrus2
-FF %E I.A 1[3^2 1by %hurch Bather 3everus of &ntioch 1PN---?I2 and in %odeA %oislinianus2
66E- %E Ieue 1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by Joachim of Fiore and by Pope Innocent III2
64HI %E 6ohoua 1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by Oam_n Cart`2
6?F? %E 6ohouah 1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by Porchetus de *alvaticis2
6P-- %E Ieoa, Ihehoua, Jeho0ah
DE
1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by @icholas of %usa2
6PHP %E 5iehouahi 1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by Carsilio Bicino2
6-FE %E Ihe0he 1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by 5acJues Defavres d7 b taples2
6--- %E Ioua 1!ranslation of the Divine @ame by *cbastien %hateillon2
6PEF %E Iehoua, 1&ccording to 5ohn Pic della Cirandola a derivation from Ioua 4Ioue - 5upiter2
6P *ee the overview in !he Hermetic %odeA II - :ipolar Conotheism
6- X Detailed documentation in !he Vowels in the Divine @ame1s2
6N &tum-Iu may be an undocumented record
6H :lac$ (belis$ of 3halmaneser III
6I !he @ame (f 9od 'ehowah Its *tory, :y 9crard 9ertouA
6E !he Cystery of the *even Vowels
4F Demetrius, of Phaleron, b ?-F :% *purious and doubtful wor$s
46 !he @ame [^3
44 !he @ame (f 9od 'ehowah Its *tory, :y 9crard 9ertouA
4? duaestiones in EAodum cap eV ; Juoted in !he @ame (f 9od 'ehowah Its *tory, :y 9crard 9ertouA
4P !he @ame (f 9od 'ehowah Its *tory, :y 9crard 9ertouA &H - Did 9alatino introduce the name 5ehovah in 6-6If
6PIF %E Iohauah 1used in g(ur Batherh
4-
by 5ohannes Wessel 9ansfort - 6PIF2
6-?- %E Iehouah 1instead of Ioua 5 by the French translator Pierre Robert Oliv6tan 2
6-NI %E Iehue 1resp the verbal form Iehoua or Iihue
4N
2 by &rchbishop 9ilbert 9cncbrard
6EF6 %E <FG&
DH
I Iaoouee, Ia8e, IJouiee
D2
as a translation for 'HWH in 5ewish Encyclopedia
4- !he @ame (f 9od 'ehowah Its *tory, :y 9crard 9ertouA
4N not derived from Ioue 15upiteri2, but from from &ramaic yih(eh, respectively Hebrew Iehoua
4H (ther reputable scholars can provide evidence that the underlying 9ree$ of 5ave is Mj\klM and not Mj\klTM
4I Dondon Papyri elvi, PPN-PI4
IU (just)
Ju/iter I Just, Justice, JudKe
!his root I), which is an abbreviation for I(), refers to the deity I)-piter, as well as to 8ustice
1iustitia2, 8udge, 8ust 1ius ; right2, which should be eternal law
!he law is to be guaranteed by divine powers
!he &nglo-Brench iuw suggests to correlate .5ew/ 19erman, .5ude/2 to .5u/, which also refers to
the divine vowel names such as 5u-piter or 5ove, 5eve m
(ld :reton Iudhael refers to Iud- Mchief, lordM n hael MgenerousM It is the source of the modern
:ritish surname 5oel, as well as 5ewell, 5oule, and 5olson
5ew 1n2
late 64c 1in plural, giwis2, from &nglo-Brench iuw, (ld Brench giu, from Datin Iudaeum
1nominative Iudaeus2, from 9ree$ Ioudaios, from &ramaic 8ehudhai 1Hebrew y7hudi2 M5ew,M
from '7hudah M5udah,M literally Mcelebrated,M name of 5acob7s fourth son and of the tribe
descended from him Oeplaced (ld English Iudeas Mthe 5ewsM (riginally, MHebrew of the
$ingdom of 5udahM
5ur 1X udder2
Proto-9ermanic, oiudura-n, -pn, oLdira-n 1udder2 also seems to refer to I)
(ld @orse, 8qgr, jLr n rEuter7
@orwegian, jur, dial 8uver
*wedish, ju0er
Danish, sver
(ld English, qder rudder, breast7
English, udder
(ld Brisian, 8tderQ qder
(ld *aAon, geder 1(Af Vergilgl2Q qder m
Ciddle Dutch, qderQ vyeren rvan een teef7, 1Giliaen2 1h2uyder, uder, wre, wr, ore, euder, eur,
neur
Dutch, pl uier mQ dial 8adder, 8aar, 8ieder, 8udder, 8uurQ u8er, uder, udder, uurQ oostnl gier,
geer, gedder, gidder
Ciddle Dow 9erman, qderQ 8pder, 8eier, gedderQ nur, nsr
(ld High 9erman, u qtar, qtaro vQ qtir, qtiro m 1665h2
Ciddle High 9erman, qter, iuter st m, n 7euter7
9erman, Euter n
germet-meaning,germet-prnum,germet-onord,germet-norw,germet-swed,germet-dan,germet-
oengl,germet-engl,germet-ofris,germet-osaA,germet-mdutch,germet-dutch,germet-
mlg,germet-ohg,germet-mhg,germet-hg,
IAU (I)
!his vowel seJuence contrasts to the ego-pronouns such as 8au, which usually start with a front
0owel such as "i# - .I/, eventually to be followed by a low vowel "a# ; or an .&/ and eventually to
be closed by a 8ac9 0owel such as "u# ; or )
!he English ego-pronouns
4E
are .I/ and in ancient documents .'
?F
/, which are closed front vowels
(ther languages however use longer vowel words such as iou &romanian ieu Dengadocian ieu (ld
Provenwal 8au, eau Oomansch
!he following .Ego-Descendants/ with some additional vowels illustrate the abundant vowel
combinations for the ego-pronoun
?6
,
&ragonese, yo
&romanian, iou
&sturian, yo
%atalan, 8o
Dalmatian, 8u
English, ego 1loanword2
Brench, 8e
Briulian, 8o
9alician, eu
Interlingua, io
Istro-Oomanian, io
Italian, io
@eapolitan, i
@orwegian dialects
?4
6 @orthern, 31g2, M1g2, Mi1g2
4 Western, I 1pronounced RixR2
? (slo, JN 1R8exR2, jO 1R8yxR2, jei
1R8yixR2
@orwegian and Danish dialects, P
QQ
@orwegian :o$mzl, 1dialect2
?P
6 I, a first-person singular personal pronoun
4 I, 1rare, archaic2 you, a second-person plural nominative pronoun
(ccitan 19ascon2, 8o
(ccitan 1Dengadocian2, ieu
(ld Provenwal, eu, ieu
Patois of Villar-*t-Pancrace, i{u m|, mh i{u
?-
Portuguese, eu
Oomanian, eu
Oomansch, 8au, eau
*ardinian, eo
*icilian, iu
*lavic, } 18a2
*panish, yo
Vulgar Datin, eo
Walloon, d8i
In the Brench city of @imes the ego-pronoun 7iou even uses both the .'/ and .i/ simultaneously
?N

4E first-person singular nominative case personal pronoun
?F 5ohn Wyclif's :ible from 6?II uses uppercase ' for the pronoun
I 1personal pronoun2 - 5ohnson7s Dictionary (nline - I pronoun personal 16I4N2, claims that the ego-pronoun .was
written y by *ha$espeare 1and Wycliffei2
?6 In Dutch and 9erman the .c/ consonants have been introduced in a similar way as in .echt/ 19erman &he2
?4 !he Derivation of European Ego-Pronouns from the PIE-*$y-9od Dyaus
?? first-person singular personal pronoun21dialectal, mostly found in !r~ndelag, northern @orway, and parts of western
and southern @orway2
?P Brom (ld @orse 8r, variant of 6r, from Proto-9ermanic *)9,, from Proto-Indo-European :;<=
?- Patois of Villar-*t-Pancrace , Personal pronouns, %as su8et %as rcgime atone toniJue direct indirect
*g 6p a 1lh2 i{u m|, mh i{u 4p ts, th t|, th ts ?p C u1l2, al ei1l2 s| lu ei B eilo la eilo @ o, ul, la - lu - Pl 6p no
no 4p {o vo vo ?p C 1+2 s| lo ia B eil 1eila+2 lo eil - !he Hermetic %odeA II - :ipolar Conotheism
?N .'iou/ Z .Dou/ in the dialect of @imes Juoting &ntoine Hippolyte :igot 16I4- - 6IEH2
*ometimes the I and 'ou-definitions seem to be blurred in @orwegian :o$mzl, 1dialect2
?H
6 I, a first-person singular personal pronoun
4 I, 1rare, archaic2 you, a second-person plural nominative pronoun
?H Brom (ld @orse 8r, variant of 6r, from Proto-9ermanic *)9,, from Proto-Indo-European :;<=
Hawa (Eve)
Eve
fem proper name, :iblical first woman, Date Datin, from Hebrew Hawwah, literally Ma living
being,M from base hawa Mhe livedM 1compare &rabic hayya, &ramaic hayyin2
Di$e most of the eAplanations of names in 9enesis, this is probably based on fol$
etymology or an imaginative playing with sound In the Hebrew here, the phonetic
similarity is between hawah, MEve,M and the verbal root hayah, Mto liveM It has been
proposed that Eve7s name conceals very different origins, for it sounds suspiciously li$e
the &ramaic word for MserpentM "Oobert &lter, M!he Bive :oo$s of Coses,M 4FFP,
commentary on 9en iii,4F#
Eve also correlated to .ever/ 1and in the negated version, .new/2
AHA (river)
!he & and &a are rivers in the @etherlands (ther short vowel names have been listed as well to
illustrate the overwhelming preference of &-names in comparison to E or I5
&a originated from an Indo-European word meaning water, and it can be seen in the 9erman ach or
aach or the >orth ermanic a or aa?@A
!he %ity of Breda is a .broad/ or wide section of the river &a In the Dow Dands and generally in
Europe a great number of rivers and generally flowing waters have been named Aa, Ae, 3, 3e, Ie,
of IJ
Q2
, based on old-9erman oah(+- 1aJua2
*amples have been listed in "a Blist of names in %utchC,
de "a bi8 "lmelo
de &a bi8 9robbendon$ 1&ntwerpen, :elgi|2
de &a bi8 7s-Hertogenbosch 1@oord-:rabant, @ederland2, met Gleine &a, @ieuwe &a,
&stense &a, (ude &a en :a$else &a
de &bee$ in Ceeuwen, vloeit samen met de Dommel, nog voor de @ederlandse grens
de &a bi8 9revelingen, @ord-Pas-de-%alais, Bran$ri8$
de &a, in )trecht, @ederland
de &a of Weeri8s bi8 Wuustwe+el 1&ntwerpen2 en :reda 1@oord-:rabant2 1+ie oo$ aldaar2
de &a, een van de bronbe$en van de Oun, te Weebosch en Eersel
de &abee$, een bee$ die door de Vlaams-:rabantse gemeenten 9rimbergen en emst
stroomt
de &hauser &a of &lsttter &a, in @ederland voortge+et als :uurserbee$ of *chipbee$
de :ocholter &a met de &a-strang bi8 DinAperlo 19elderland, @ederland2
het :os van &a, een bosRnatuurgebied is de Vlaams-:rabantse gemeente emst
de Drentsche &a, gedeelteli8$ oo$ (ude &a, 1Drenthe, @ederland2
de Cussel &a in Westerwolde 19roningen, @ederland2
het @oord &a, een tussen de polders overgebleven plas in de gemeente oeterwoude, even
ten noorden van oetermeer 1uid-Holland2
de Pe$el & in (ost-9roningen
de Ouiten &a in Westerwolde 19roningen2
de Vledder &a 1Drenthe2
de Westerwoldse &a, 19roningen2
de Wi8de &a, een +i8ta$ van het :raassemermeer tussen Hoogmade en Woubrugge in 1uid-
Holland, @ederland2
de Wi8de &a, een recreatieplas in de wolse wi8$ &a-landen
de Wold &a in uidwest-Drenthe
Gleine &a, meerdere bete$enissen,
Gleine &a 1Wildertse :ee$2 of Wildertse :ee$ bi8 Ooosendaal
Gleine &a of Dommelt8e bi8 :oAtel
Gleine &a 1*omeren2 bi8 *omeren
Gleine &a 1wolle2, een voormalige waterloop in wolle
Gleine &a 1:recht2 als ta$ van de &a of Weeri8s bi8 Wuustwe+el
9rote &a, meerdere bete$enissen,
?I &a
9rote &a 1wolle2
9rote &a 1Wuustwe+el2 als ta$ van de Weeri8s bi8 Wuustwe+el 1een +i8ta$ van de
Caas2
9roote &a 1Hee+e2
de Den Poster "e bi8 Den Post 19roningen2
de *charmer &e tussen het *lochterdiep in *chaapho$ en de *charmer plas in *charmer
19roningen2
de *lochter &e tussen het *lochterdiep in *chaapho$ en de Ouiten &e in Broombosch
19roningen2
de Ger$ &e bi8 uiderwoude 1@oord-Holland2
de &r$en &e bi8 uiderwoude 1@oord-Holland2
de (oster &e bi8 Connic$endam 1@oord-Holland2
de (ude &e tussen :edum en Winsum
In het 9ronings Doli) genoemd, een assimilatie van #et Oude IJ 19ronings, t olle IJ2
19roningen2
de bovenloop van de oude rivier de Cunte die vanaf Wildervan$ naar !ermunten liep, draagt
in Veendam de naam (ude &e
de Woltersumer &e bi8 Woltersum
"e wordt oo$ wel &E of 0 gespeld en soms +o uitgespro$en 1Ra-eeR2 19roningen2
de & bi8 &dam en $olendam 1@oord-Holland2
de Ee in De Briese Ceren 1Briesland, @ederland2
de Purmer Ee 1@oord-Holland2
de Do$$umer Ee 1Briesland2
de Peanster Ee 1Briesland2
de Wi8de Ee 19rouw2 1Briesland, bi8 9rouw2
ieri$+ee 1van ieriA7 Ee2
het IJ bi8 "msterdam 1@oord-Holland2
de I5e 1oo$ wel, E2 bi8 Edam, Volendam en Ciddelie 1@oord-Holland2
Auy (eye)
!he Danish word ~ie for eye is asymmetric and maybe the first .e/ might have been an .&u/
Awi (ird)
!he (ld Brench word for .bird/ is oie or alternatively oe, oue, which officially has been derived
from Datin avis 1.bird/2 in which the .v/ may be interpreted as a .u/, resulting in .auis/ &vis
however had been derived from Proto-Italic *a(is, from Proto-Indo-3uro/ean *h Nwis / in which
the .w/ 1dubbel-), .uu/2 is to be understood as a semi-vowel
I considered a relation to the Dutch ooievaar 1stor$2
Ooievaar
In Dutch the stor$ is named .ooievaar/
!he marabou stor$, with a wingspan of ?4 metres 16F- feet2 and weight up to I $g 16I lbs2,
8oins the &ndean condor in having the widest wingspan of all living land birds
*tor$s have no syrinA and are mute, giving no callQ bill-clattering is an important mode of
communication at the nest
Awi (ewe)
&n ewe 1female sheep2 has been derived from Proto-9ermanic oawi (ld English eowu
(ld English eowu Mfemale sheep,M fem of eow Msheep,M from Proto-9ermanic oawi,
genitive oaw8o+ 1cognates, (ld *aAon ewi, (ld Brisian ei, Ciddle Dutch ooge, Dutch ooi,
(ld High 9erman ouwi Msheep,M 9othic awei Mfloc$ of sheepM2, from PIE oowi- MsheepM
1cognates, *ans$rit avih, 9ree$ ois, Datin ovis, Dithuanian avis Msheep,M (ld %hurch
*lavonic ovica Mewe,M (ld Irish oi Msheep,M Welsh ewig MhindM2
Evahewi (Ivy)
ivy 1n2 - evergreen climbing or ground-creeping woody plants
(ld English ifig, from West 9ermanic oiba$hs 1cognates, Ciddle Dow 9erman iflof, Dutch eiloof,
(ld High 9erman ebahewi, 9erman Efeu2, of un$nown originQ the second element in the (ld High
9erman word might be MhayM
Iewa (yew)
Evergreen tree
Brom Ciddle English e(, from (ld English E(, Fo(, from Proto-9ermanic *E(a,, *Eh(a, 1compare
Icelandic Gr2, masculine variant of *E(+ 1compare Dutch i)f, 9erman &ibe2, from Proto-Indo-
European :H IJKLMN IH 1compare Hittite "scriptf# 1e8a, .type of evergreen/2, Welsh y( 1.yews/2,
Dithuanian ievO 1.bird cherry/2, Oussian PQR 1`va, .willow/22"6#
Yoh!el ("ewel)
5oel has been derived from .'oh7el/, literally Mthe Dord is 9od/ :asically from Iud- Mchief, lordM n
hael MgenerousM
5oel
masc proper name, from Hebrew 'oh7el, name of a minor (ld !estament prophet, literally
Mthe Dord is 9odQM the same name as Eli8ah 1Jv2 but with the elements reversed :ut the
personal name that became common in Devon and %ornwall and the :reton districts of
'or$shire and the Eastern %ounties immediately after the %onJuest is from (ld :reton
Iudhael, from Iud- Mchief, lordM n hael MgenerousM It is the source of the modern :ritish
surname 5oel, as well as 5ewell, 5oule, and 5olson
I (Yod)
I 1'od2, symboli+ing .I/ 1Ego2 and representing Ehieh 1in 9ree$ transformed to <=> ;
always2
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PF
1eve2, symboli+ing .non-I/, in the sense of .you-all others/ !he plural word .you/ has
been derived from Proto-9ermanic *juz-, *iwwiz 1cognates, (ld @orse yor, (ld *aAon iu,
(ld Brisian iuwe, Ciddle Dutch, Dutch u, (ld High 9erman iu, iuwih, 9erman euch2, from
PIE *yu, second person 1plural2 pronoun Essentially a plural word eAcept for the first man
in paradise, in which two persons symboli+ed I 1&dam2 and ) 1Eve2
RoncatenatinK I S U
ET
%oncatenating the ego 1*eK;-pronoun 1singular2 and the oyu-pronoun 1plural2 often generates a
highly correlating divine name such as,
5a Z vy 1Oussian2 5avy, correlating to 5eve or 5ahweh
5e Z vous 1Brench2 5evous, correlating to 5eve
Ih Z Iuwih 1(ld high 9erman2 Ihiuwih 1X .5ehovah/, .5ahweh/2 or 1!2iwes or I)-piter
7o Z vos 1otros2 1*panish2 'ovos, correlating to Jueves 1Jovis d8es, o 7d`a de JSpiter7 2
Io Z $oi 1Italian2 Iovoi correlating to iove BdT 2 1Jovis d8es2
D8i Z Vos 1Walloon2 D8ivos, correlating to %)u BdiC 1X Dieu di2
Eu Z Vos 1Portuguese2 Euvos, correlating to 5oves 1Jovis d8es2
!he concatenation method had been derived from Plato7s legend for splitting up the first human
creatures into halves, which might have been modeled in splitting up divine names such as 65W5
or its vowel representative Ie0e
P4

In his wor$ Uabbala the author Papus gives a sample of a split-up .Ie0e/-composition in .I/ 1I X
eAplained as <=> - .eternity/2 and the trailing .eve/ 1representing the .not-I/2
!he split-up 1I) X I and )2 had been eAplained as a split-up of the .I/ 1the Ego2 and the .not-I/
1all others X the plural form for .you/2
?E Da %abbale - Papus, Paris 16EF?2 - translated to 9erman Die Gabbala 16E6F2 at page HI Juotes Dacour in his boo$
K&eloim oder 9Ltter des Coses. who claims the letter K'od. represents Ehieh 1in 9ree$ transformed to <=> ;
always2
PF ) is used punningly for you by 6-II "MDove7s Dabour7s Dost,M ViNF#, not long after the pronunciation shift that
made the vowel a homonym of the pronoun *ource, )
P6 Halving Z 5oining the %reature7s Words in *ymposium
P4 *ee the Patristic writings in which is listed, M5EVEM, \ 1Iao2Q \k 1Iaou2, Tl 1Ieuo2, < 1&ia2, \= or \\>
1pronounced R8a7vTR 2, Ehyeh, 5eh8eh, 1with references to the %atholic Encyclopedia 16E6F2 and :D Eerdmans2
1source, !etragrammaton2
I si#$% therefore
I a&
,n the S0m/olism o> ?owel+/ased @ords
:ased on comparative analysis in & Dictionary of Proto-Vowel Words the %reator @ame and the
Ego-Pronoun are identical, similar of at least highly correlated @ow we might investigate the
philosophy behind the vowels7 structure
!hese vowels in the Proto-European-words have been derived from Proto-European-sounds
!he vowels themselves seem to be seJuenced according to their characteristics, which usually are
related to the tongue7s position in singing or spea$ing,
./en or low 0owel "a# in which the tongue is positioned as far as possible from the roof of
the mouth (pen vowels are sometimes also called low 0owels in reference to the low
position of the tongue
the front vowels "i# "y# "e#, for the tongue7s position as far in front as possible in the mouth
without creating a constriction that would be classified as a consonant
the semivowel "w#, which obviously is related to a double-) *emivowels, by definition,
contrast with vowels by being non-syllabic In addition, they are usually shorter than
vowels
and the bac$ vowels "o# "u# for the tongue7s position as far in bac$ as possible in the mouth
without creating a constriction that would be classified as a consonant
!he concatenating of a long series of all long vowels such as &EI() seems to symboli+e a long
time, maybe eAtendable to eternity
!he concatenation starting with "i# may symboli+e a divine name or an ego-pronoun such as "i#"o#
"u# including the "o#-vowel between a protective initial "i# respectively a trailing "u#-vowel
(f course the %reator 1the .Word/, .I()/-piter or DI()2 had been creating ob8ects and beings by
uttering words :y saying .I()/ he might have created the human being .I()/ as an image of
.I()/-piter or DI()
Humans now might identify themselves by uttering the same .I()/ as an image of .I()/-piter or
DI() to prove their membership of the created human race
!his process may be compared to Decartes7 Cogito ergo sum - MI thin$, therefore I amM and in some
religious may have to be repeated once a year 1such as on the Day of Atone1ent, at which the
Gohen 9adol 1high priest2 entered the Holy of Holies three times !he !etragrammaton was
pronounced three times, once for each confession
'hioleths to chec( &e&ershi)*
Cany parrots can imitate human s/eech or other sounds &frican grey parrots of all subspecies are
$nown for their superior ability to imitate sounds and human speech
(f course a grey parrot may also imitate the correct seJuence and fashion of the sacred words or
shibbolethy, simulating being a human being
!he longer the shibboleth, the more secure the animals may have chec$ed for their $inship to
humanity !he longest of these shibboleths was A-3-5-I-.-6-7
P?
Juoted in %emetrius On style B %e
elocutione2
PP

+escartes, I si#$% therefore I a&


Cogito ergo sum - MI thin$, therefore I amM, or better MI am thin$ing, therefore I eAistM2 is a
philosophical proposition by Ren6 %escartes in his 6N?H %iscours %e la 26thode
&ccording to Descartes the .I/ is something/ (hich thin!s Descartes obviously defined that
.thin$ing/ about onehs eAistence proves V in and of itself V that an MIM eAists to do the thin$ing
!hin$ing in itself however may not enough, because we cannot be sure of the thin$ing in the
animals7 world !he words cannot be thought, but must be uttered to identify a human being
In 6NP6, Descartes published 1in Datin2 2editationes de Prima Philosophia 1English, 2editations
on first philosophy2 in which he referred to the proposition, though not eAplicitly as Mcogito ergo
sumM in Ceditation II,
Datin, Mm hoc pronuntiatum, eKo su1, eKo eUisto, Juoties a me profertur, vel mente
concipitur, necessario esse verumM
English, Mm this proposition, I a1, I eUist, whenever it is uttered from me, or
conceived by the mind, necessarily is trueM"d#
'i#$i#$ the +ivi#e -a&e
In *inging the Divine @ame the vowels of the words should be uttered in the correct seJuence
&nimals may be inhibited in producing the correct seJuence
(nly those who were able to produce the sound seJuence "i#"o#"u# I() 1or DI()-piter2 belonged to
the human creatures %ontrolling the tongue in the correct seJuence and fashion secured the
identification of a human being
I# dout I si#$ IOU
&lternatively Descartes7 proposition is sometimes given as Mdu8ito, erKo coKito, erKo su1M !his
fuller form was penned by the eloJuent Brench literary critic, "ntoine V6onard Dhomas, in an
award-winning 6HN- essay in praise of Descartes, where it appeared as MPuisJue 8e doute, 8e penseQ
puisJue 8e pense, 87eAisteM
In English, this is M*ince I doubt, I thin$Q since I thin$ I eAistMQ with rearrangement and compaction,
MI doubt, therefore I thin$, therefore I amM, or in Datin, Mdubito, ergo cogito, ergo sumM?fA
P? !he Cystery of the *even Vowels
PP Demetrius, of Phaleron, b ?-F :% *purious and doubtful wor$s
In the singing alternative the formula may be transformed to,
MI doubt, therefore I sing, therefore I amM or in Datin, Mcanto, ergo cogito, ergo sumM
A 'i#$i#$ Thi#$
& further eApansion, Mdu8ito, erKo coKito, erKo su1Vres coKitansM 1MmVa thin$ing thingM2
eAtends the cogito with Descartes7 statement in the subseJuent Ceditation, MEgo sum res cogitans,
id est dubitans, affirmans, negans, pauca intelligens, multa ignorans, volens, nolens, imaginans
etiam et sentiens mM, or, in English,
MI am a thin$ing 1conscious2 thing, that is, a being who doubts, affirms, denies, $nows a few
ob8ects, and is ignorant of many mM"g# !his has been referred to as Mthe eApanded cogitoM"66#
In the singing alternative the formula may be transformed to,
MI am a singing 1conscious2 thing, that is, a being who doubts, affirms, denies, $nows a
few ob8ects, and is ignorant of many mM?gA
.I am a singing thing to prove that I am a human being/
.o#te#ts
Cain correlations to I, 0, Eve, 5ustice, etc6
*ingle vowel words 1I and )26
*ome minor correlations4
&EI() 1forever2?
0 1shortcut f2?
ST> 1shortcut f2?

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!he ideal !riad &I3 1&-I-()2?
!he four archaic vowel word & E I (P
Demetrius7 statement about the Egyptians singing H vowels 1?-F :%E2P
Brederic$ III7s device &-E-I-(-) 16P?-2P
0IW( 1law2-
Daw-
Eternal law-
I&3 1'HWH2N
I) 18ust2I
I&) 1I2E
Hawa 1Eve266
&H& 1river264
&uy 1eye26P
&wi 1bird26P
(oievaar6P
&wi 1ewe26P
Evahewi 1Ivy26-
Iewa 1yew26-
'oh7el 15ewel2 6-
I 1'od26N
) 1non-I26N
%oncatenating I Z )6N
I sing, therefore I am6H
(n the *ymbolism of Vowel-based Words6H
*hibboleths to chec$ membershipf6I
Descartes, I sing, therefore I am6I
*inging the Divine @ame6I
In doubt I sing I()6I
& *inging !hing6E

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