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Wednesday, April 3, 2019

Одисеј Белчевски за дума

Odisej Belcevski za Duma

Air - Wind – Breath - Soul having acknowledged the symbiosis between speech and thought, we must focus on their by-product: the creation of language in its physical, audible manifestation, through breathing. such creation is evidenced in the slavic languages. The words воздух (vosduh) > vos duh > duh > duo > due > dusha, dishi (Macedonian воздух, дух, здув, дуе, душа (vozduh, duh, zduv, due, dusha), slovene vaš duh, duh, dih, pih, duša, diši) meaning air, spirit, breath, blow, soul are also based in the same root word du found in homer as du θυ > di. g. Curtius [14] drew a connection to the sanskrit dhu > dhi meaning to be agitated, relating to the concept of moving air, wind (In slavic dvisati (Macedonian подвижен (pozvizhen), slovene podvizati se) means to move to be agitated). The words du > di relate to the homeric words dusae δυσαη, dusais δυσαισ > disai meaning to breathe out and the last breath [23] as in suffocate. This is clearly a slavic word related to za dushi > dushi (Macedonian задуша, душа (zadusha, dusha), slovene zaduši, duši). The root-base du, due, duh relating to air, blow, spirit is combined with the word umo > um (Macedonian ум (um), slovene um) meaning mind, thought, to create the word duma > dumo meaning the spoken word and speech. Thus du + umo results in dumo (thumo) meaning spoken words. This is how speech is created and recorded in language. In other words the main ingredients comprising speech, resulting from observing nature, are du + umo (air + mind) a solid foundation for the study of Conceptual linguistics.
This relationship also points to the fact that, in a life in being, a living person, the spirit, mind and body are inseparable (spirit is associated with air). Early humans consistent and time-honoured observation of nature yielded the connection between air and soul, which is confirmed by the relationship between the slavic words duh > dih ↔ dishi > dusha (Macedonian дух, здув, дише, душа (duh, zduv, dishe, dusha) slovene duh, dih, diha, duša) meaning spirit, breath, breathe, soul. When we die, the soul or air, which we continually need to live and exist, escapes our bodies into the vast space above the earth. according to current scientific understanding, air (composed of oxygen, nitrogen and minute amounts of other gases), is always maintained in balance and has not changed significantly for millions of years.
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17 Without air or soul, humans and all other living entities die. The human brain requires oxygen (which makes up approximately twenty-one percent of our air) to function. Brain cells will begin to die after five or six minutes of not receiving any oxygen. like air, intelligent speech and thought are the principal defining characteristics of a living human entity. The word human finds its meaning in the latin oumo > umo meaning human, man, which the Online Etymology dictionary [12] ties to the greek word homa χομα. The Online Etymology dictionary’s explanation of the word human from the greek homa meaning soil is shallow and strained since, like humans, the soil also provides for the entire living world: plants and animals, as well as all non-living entities. somehow the Online Etymology dictionary omits the relation of human to the slavic word umo > oumo meaning mind, which is firmly supported by the sanskrit oumo > omo meaning mind, thought. Both of these virtually identical words, based in the same root, relate to the meaning of the word human. The slavic word uman > umen (Macedonian умен (umen), slovene premišljen, umen), a derivative adjective of the word umo > um means thoughtful and intelligent, which characterizes human beings and distinguishes us from other animals. Therefore, one can reasonably infer that the slavic and sanskrit words umo, umen and oumo have a clear etymological relationship to the word human. The meaning, then, of ethumo and edumo can be understood in terms of thought or the word as conceived by the mind. It combines e, signifying it is and duma > dumo meaning thought, word, ponder. as thought flows into words, language sets before us the most fundamental requisites for existen.." 1


Odyssey Belchevsky,"Proto Slavic roots of the European
Languages WERE Analyzed and
confirmed with a New Methodology",Ljubljana June 2010


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