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Thursday, January 28, 2016

Stavros - searching possible origin of..

Σταυρός Searching possible origin of this I guess famous Greek personal name. Lets again check out those two letters Chi and Ro .pronounced as Ksi and Ro Lets see the way of Cross symbol creation . That creation been made very easy on the way that letter Ro been put at the middle of the letter X Thus we have following symbol Again for reminding .. we have splitting diftong situations where between K's phones letter P pronounced Ro been put at the middle of it or orthographically expressed P been put at the middle of X Raised sounding situation we have got is : X plus Ro K`S plus Ro at the way that Ro is put at the middle or.. K Ro S KrS KRS KRS or KRST is how we will say for Cross . KRSTE is personal name out of it. But lets check for Stavros possility Connection of this letters with a name of Stavros can not be done at the easiest way as with our Macedon. language for the name KRSTE what is parallel on Greek name, but because of existence of illogical matter ,when talking over this abstraction ... So, if we focused at the verb put ...we might have something . At Greek verb "to put" is translated as : να θέσει (na thései ) In Latin verb  "to put " is tranlsated with : loco :place, position, set, put, posit, dispose jacio: cast, fling, throw, throw away, throw off, throw out dido: distribute, disseminate, spread, divide, separate, put disdo:distribute, disseminate, spread, divide, separate, put obdo;expose, put, place, place before, shut, close sisto:stop, set, present, arrest, place, put addo: add, bring, give, append, apply, lay on paro set, prepare, procure, intend, plan, supply colloco:quarter, place, place together, install, instal, establish conloco:rank, place, place together, install, instal, establish iacio: throw, scatter, cast, hurl, fling, throw away adhibeo: use, apply, summon, make use, invite, put quaero: miss, seek, inquire, ask, require, look for repono :replace, lay, store, restore, place, put constituo : fix, constitute, establish, appoint, set, set up sepono: set apart, lay aside, banish, put, put apart, put aside do : give, allocate, offer, bestow, grant, lend coicio : fling, pile together, throw, conclude, devote, infer Verb "To put " , lets continue as we are reading at previously examples does not matched personal name Stavros . If we try with Macedon. language we will have this suggestion "To put " is translated with "да стави ( da stavi) because shortly put means : стави (stavi) You may check out for yourselves Stavros What we have is a description of some verbal actions . Those verbal actions are describing that letter P - Ro been PUT at the middle of letter X Again : To Put- da stave , from PUT stavi Name is created with verb PUT and letter P -pronounced Ro In Macedonian situation is this: Stave + Ro ~> StaveRo* adding meaningless suffix s we have got Stavros . Holly Macaroni Wtf ? And how come this Macedonian linguistic influence over forgive me Lord "Greek Colony of Byzantine " ...