2018‑07‑18 – 07H15 (UTC+1) : ↔⊜A (0001)

Mono‑theism vs Poly‑theism :

I have a troubi‑le, that come vrom the Hindi poly‑theist pilo‑shophy.

Pro them, if a odg עדג ܥܕܓܐ عدج عدگ ओद्ग् is unique like Shemithic Alleh אללה ܐܠܗܐ الله or Hindu Ishvara ईश्वर ישור إيشڤارا إشۋر يشۋر {Exkellenth Righth‑pul Honnesth Lord ; Ruler ; Riser} is, and if his at‑tribu‑tes or quali‑ties are sym‑boliz‑ed {& com‑pos‑ed} by a name / term, pro them, by in‑versing the in‑scrip‑tion, we can create the op‑posi‑te god געד ܓܥܕܐ جعد گعد गोद्, and after, if the name is made of three letters, we can have 6 possi‑bi‑li‑ties, four letters, we can have 24 possi‑bi‑li‑ties, five letters, we can have 120 possi‑bi‑li‑ties, etc… To in‑finity and thus in‑finity of odgs & gods.

So, by using this trick, pro them, uni‑city and a unique Odg can’t exist, since his op‑posi‑te can be easi‑ly creat‑ed…

Look this ancient post to dis‑cover what & who is the op‑posi‑te of Alleh, the jood & right side :

If I pursue their logic, Odg can both be unique 1 and / or in‑fini‑te‑ly ∞ multi‑ple.

If I vrithe about this it’s be‑cause I have read an arthi‑kule or seen a video on YouTube about this theory long time ago.

But I don’t re‑member the ad‑dress, I tried to re‑cover the link in my naviga‑tor & YouTube history but I didn’t find it. Now, I’m even not sure if it was a arthi‑kule or a video.

Is there a sholu‑tion pro this pro‑blem ?

I cogi‑tat‑ed & medi‑tat‑ed about it. And the idea ap‑pear‑ed sun‑day on my mind, when talqing with a vriend (J‑C C) about the con‑tra‑ry black side (Hela הלא هلا, Hell הלל هلل) of the white side : Alleh אללה الله.

And I found a very sim‑ple sholu‑tion.

Since Alleh الله [alleh] is the one Odg עדג ܥܕܓ عدج [odg] (jood juide, Etern‑al‑ly עד عد Circular‑ly עג عج Re‑newing ععد Multi‑plying גד دج & Counting عدد (registering it).

And since his first letter is A and be‑cause is numeric‑al value in Abgd / Abjad is 1 (Tawhid איחוד توحيد‎) and is the first letter in many alpha‑beth, I think that it would be better to call him A [a / ɑ / ɒ / æ], be‑cause we can’t re‑verse it…

A (1) will always re‑main A (1).

This sholu‑tion ap‑pear to be a jood one, but after, I medi‑tat‑ed about it and I dis‑cover‑ed that the audio digit‑al sound frequency of A, can also be re‑versed with an audio edi‑tor, so I need to test the four phonetic value of A, to check which one keep the same tone, left and right.

And this one, could be then used as the in‑varia‑bi‑le ab‑brevia‑tion name of Alleh, showing pro eterni‑ty his unique‑ness.

Right no ?

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2018‑07‑07 – 08H37 (UTC+1) :

⇐L
{negative} НИЖА – نحژى – NÊƷA‑TJFË \ NÊƷA‑TJVË
{spoitive} سڡعي – SPOJË‑TJVË
{Gr. εναντι} هنانطاِ – ENANTIË
{De. link} لاِنك – LINKË
{En. left} لحفط – LÊFTË
{Gr. σινάς ; La. sinisterus} ساِن – SINË
{Gr. ͷαράς ; Gr. ͷαριστερός} وار – WARË
{Ar.} يسار – ISARË
{Se.} סמלא‎ – ܣܡܠܐ – SMALË
{Se.} شمال – שמאל – ƩMALË
{Sq. shmajt} شمايت – ƩMAJTË
B
I
N

A
R
Y
B
I
N

A
R
Y
R⇒
ƷÊNA‑TJVË / ƷÊNA‑TJFË – ژحنى – ЖИНА {genative}
POSJË‑TJVË – ڡعسي {En. positive}
AJTNNEË – ايطننه {Qr. αϳτννε}
KALNË – كالن {En. clear/clean ; Qr. kalanos}
ÊTLFË – حطلف {Kqms.}
UNSË – اُنس {Kqms.}
ARWË – ارو {Kqms.}
JƩARË – ישר – يشار {He.}
ALMSË – אלמס – المس {Kqms.}
ƩALMË – شالم {Ar.}
JTƩMAË – يتشما {Kqms.}
JMNË – ימין – يمن {Ar.)
DJAFÞË – ديافث {Sq. djathë}
DRÊJÞË – درحيث {Sq. drejtë}
DRJÞË – دريث {Sq. dritë}
RJGΘË – ريگث {En. right}
VORΘË – عرف ۋعرث {Gr. ὀρθῶς}
?? KL
KR
KM
KS
LR
LM
LS
RM
RS
MS
YKULRUMUSË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΥΚΟΥΛΡΟΥΜΟΥΣΟΣ (Coene.)

ΥΚϒΛΡϒΜϒΣƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
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ΥΤϒΝΡϒΜϒΤϒΣ (Doric.)
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ΙΚϒΛΡϒΠϒΤΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΥΚϒΛΡϒΠϒΣϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΥΚϒΛΡϒΜϒΣϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΥΚϒΛΡϒΜϒΤΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΥΚϒΛΡϒΜϒΣϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΥΚϒΛΡϒΜΜϒΣΣϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΥΚϒΛΛΡϒΜϒΣΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲨⲔⲞⲨⲖⲢⲞⲨⲘⲞⲨⲤƏ (Coptic.)

ҮКУЛРУМУСЪ (Shalvunic.)

ҮКУЛРУМУС (Slavonic.)

[ykulrumusə]
ۈكولروموس (Arabic.)
ۈكولروموس (Persic.)
ܘܟܘܠܪܘܡܘܣܐ (Syric.)
י׳כולרומוס (Hebraic.)
ई़कूल्रूमूस (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

ykulrumus (English U.K.)

ykulrumus (English U.S.)
ykulrumusse (FR.)
ykulrumus (SQ.)
ykulrumusë (ALN Geg.)
ikulrumbusë (ALS Tosk.)
yculrumusus (Latin.)
ykulrumusë (Ʃia.)
ykulrumusë (Ħanbali.)
ykulrumusë (Ħanafi.)
ykulrumusë (Malêki.)
ükulrumusı (Türk.)

?? KL
KR
KM
KS
LR
LM
LS
RM
RS
MS
IKALRAMASË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΙΚΑΛΡΑΜΑΣΟΣ (Coene.)

ΙΚΑΛΡΑΜΑΣƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΙΚΑΡΛΑΝΑΣΟΣ (Attic.)
ΙΤΑΝΡΑΜΑΤϒΣ (Doric.)
ΙΦΗΛΡΗΜΗΣΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΙΚΟΛΡΟΠΟΤΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΙΚΑΛΡΑΠΑΣϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΙΚΑΛΡΑΜΑΣϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΙΚΑΛΡΑΜΑΤΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΙΚΑΛΡΑΜΑΣϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΙΚΑΛΡΑΜΜΑΣΣϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΙΚΑΛΛΑΡΜΑΣΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲒⲔⲀⲖⲢⲀⲘⲀⲤƏ (Coptic.)

ІКАЛРАМАСЪ (Shalvunic.)

ІКАЛРАМАС (Slavonic.)

[ikalramasə]
اِكالراماس (Arabic.)
اِكالراماس (Persic.)
ܝܟܐܠܪܐܡܐܣܐ (Syric.)
יכאלראמאס (Hebraic.)
ईकाल्रामास (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

ikalramas (English U.K.)

ikalramas (English U.S.)
ikalramasse (FR.)
ikalramas (SQ.)
ikalramasë (ALN Geg.)
ikalrambasë (ALS Tosk.)
icalramasus (Latin.)
ikalramasë (Ʃia.)
ikalramasë (Ħanbali.)
ikalramasë (Ħanafi.)
ikalramasë (Malêki.)
ikalraması (Türk.)

??
TL
TV
TR
TH
TM
ƩL
ƩR
ƩE
ƩM
LV
LR
LE
LM
VR
VE
VM
RE
RM
TƩALVREMË / TƩALVRHMË / TƩALVREHMË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΤϷΑΛϜΡΕΜΟΣ (Coene.)

ΘϷΑΛϜΡΕΜƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΤϷΑΡϜΛΕΝΟΣ (Attic.)
ϘΣΑΝϜΡΕΜϒΣ (Doric.)
ΘϷΗΛϜΡΕΜΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΘϷΟΛϜΡΕΠΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΤϷΑΛΒΡΕΠϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΤϷΑΛϜΡΕΜϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΘϷΑΛϜΡΕΜΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΤϷΑΛϜΡΕΜϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΘϷΑΛϜΡΕΜΜϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΤϷΑΛΛϜΡΕΜΟΣ (Epic.)
ϬⲀⲖϜⲢⲈⲘƏ (Coptic.)

ТШАЛВРЕМЪ (Shalvunic.)

ЧАЛВРЕМ (Slavonic.)

[tʃalvremə]
تشالۋرهم – طشالۋرهم (Arabic.)
تشالڤرهم – طشالڤرهم (Persic.)
ܛܫܐܠܘܪܗܡܐ (Syric.)
טשאלורהם (Hebraic.)
चाल्व्र्हेम (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

chalvrem / chalvrhm / chalvrehm (English U.K.)

chalvrem (English U.S.)
tchalvréme (FR.)
çalvrem (SQ.)
tshalvremë (ALN Geg.)
çalvrembë (ALS Tosk.)
tsalvremus (Latin.)
tʃalvremë (Ʃia.)
tʃalwremë (Ħanbali.)
tʃalvremë (Ħanafi.)
tʃalwremë (Malêki.)
çalvremı (Türk.)

?? QR
QN
RN
RE
NE
QRNEË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ϘΡΝΕΟΣ (Coene.)

ϘΡΝΕƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ϘΛΛΕΟΣ (Attic.)
ϘΡΛΕϒΣ (Doric.)
ϘΡΝΕΟΣ (Ionic.)
ϘΡΝΕΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ϘΡΝΕϒΡ (Laconic.)
ϘΡΝΕϒΣ (Delphic.)
ϘΡΝΕΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ϘΡΝΕϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ϘΡΝΕϒΣ (Poetic.)
ϘΡΝΕΟΣ (Epic.)
ϘⲢⲚⲈƏ (Coptic.)

ҀРНЕЪ (Shalvunic.)

ҀРНЕ (Slavonic.)

[qrneə]
قرنه (Arabic.)
قرنه (Persic.)
ܩܪܢܗܐ (Syric.)
קרנה (Hebraic.)
क़्र्न्हे (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

qrne (English U.K.)

qrnee (English U.S.)
qrnée (FR.)
qrne (SQ.)
qrneë (ALN Geg.)
qrndeë (ALS Tosk.)
qrneus (Latin.)
qrneë (Ʃia.)
qrneë (Ħanbali.)
qrneë (Ħanafi.)
qrneë (Malêki.)
krneı (Türk.)

?? ÊL
ÊN
ÊF
ÊE
LN
LF
LE
NF
NE
FE
ÊLNFEË / ĦLNFHË / ĦÊLNFEHË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΛΝΦΕΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΛΝΠΕƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΡΛΦΕΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗΝΛΠΕϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΛΝΠΕΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΗΛΝΦΕΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΛΝΦΕϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΛΝΦΕϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΛΝΦΕΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΛΝΒΕϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΗΛΝΦΕϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΛΛΝΦΕΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲖⲚϤⲈƏ (Coptic.)

ИЛНФЕЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИЛНФЕ (Slavonic.)

[ɛlnfeə]
حلنفه (Arabic.)
حلنفه (Persic.)
ܚܠܢܦܗܐ (Syric.)
חלנפה (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅल्न्फ़्हे (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

elnfe (English U.K.)

elnfe (English U.S.)
êlnfée (FR.)
elnfe (SQ.)
êlnfeë (ALN Geg.)
ilndfeë (ALS Tosk.)
elnfeus (Latin.)
ħêlnfeë (Ʃia.)
ħêlnfeë (Ħanbali.)
ħêlnfeë (Ħanafi.)
ħêlnfeë (Malêki.)
elnfeı (Türk.)


{ΓΑΒΡΙ‑ΗΛ جبرائيل, ΜΙΧΑ‑ΗΛ ميخائيل ميكائيل, ΡΑΦΑ‑ΗΛ رفائيل‎, ΟΥΡΙ‑ΗΛ, ΑΖΡΑ‑ΗΛ عزرائيل, ΚΑΛϘΑ‑ΗΛ كلقائيل}

(Neo‑Gegiqwë.) LÊFTË

(Coene.) ΛΗΦΤΟΣ

(Neo‑Coenic.) ΛΗΠΘƏ‑ΣƏ
(Attic.) ΡΑΦΤΟΣ
(Doric.) ΝΗΠϘϒΣ
(Ionic.) ΛΗΠΘΟΣ
(Aeolic.) ΛΗΦΘΟΡ
(Laconic.) ΛΗΦΤϒΡ
(Delphic.) ΛΗΦΤϒΣ
(Boeotic.) ΛΗΦΘΟΣ
(Macedonic.) ΛΗΒΤϒΣ
(Poetic.) ΛΗΦΘϒΣ
(Epic.) ΛΗΦΤΟΣ
(Coptic.) ⲖⲎϤⲦƏ

(Shalvunic.) ЛИФТЪ

(Slavonic.) ЛИФТ

[lɛftə]
(Arabic.) لحفط – لحفت
(Persic.) لحفط – لحفت
(Syric.) ܠܚܦܛܐ
(Hebraic.) לחפט
(Sanskritic.) ल्ह़ॅफ़्त
⊖⊖⊖←

(English U.K.) left

(English U.S.) lefte
(FR.) lêfte
(SQ.) left
(ALN. Geg.) lêftë
(ALS. Tosk.) liftë
(Latin.) leftus
(Ʃia.) lħêftë
(Ħanbali.) lħêftë
(Ħanafi.) lħêftë
(Malêki.) lħêftë
(Türk.) leftı


LT
ÊL
TL
ÊT
LF
ÊTLFË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΤΛΦΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΘΛΠƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΤΡΦΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗϘΝΠϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΘΛΠΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΗΘΛΦΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΤΛΦϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΤΛΦϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΘΛΦΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΤΛΒϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΗΘΛΦϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΤΛΛΦΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲦⲖϤƏ (Coptic.)

ИТЛФЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИТЛФ (Slavonic.)

[ɛtlfə]
حتلف – حطلف (Arabic.)
حتلف – حطلف (Persic.)
ܚܛܠܦܐ (Syric.)
חטלף (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅत्ल्फ़ (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

etlf (English U.K.)

etlf (English U.S.)
êtlfe (FR.)
etlf (SQ.)
êtlfë (ALN Geg.)
itlfë (ALS Tosk.)
etlfus (Latin.)
ħêtlfë (Ʃia.)
ħêtlfë (Ħanbali.)
ħêtlfë (Ħanafi.)
ħêtlfë (Malêki.)
etlfı (Türk.)

(Neo‑Gegiqwë.) LÊTALË

(Coene.) ΛΗΤΑΛΟΣ

(Neo‑Coenic.) ΛΗΘΑΛƏ‑ΣƏ
(Attic.) ΡΑΤΑΡΟΣ
(Doric.) ΝΗϘΑΝϒΣ
(Ionic.) ΛΗΘΗΛΟΣ
(Aeolic.) ΛΗΘΟΛΟΡ
(Laconic.) ΛΗΤΑΛϒΡ
(Delphic.) ΛΗΤΑΛϒΣ
(Boeotic.) ΛΗΘΑΛΟΣ
(Macedonic.) ΛΗΤΑΛϒΣ
(Poetic.) ΛΗΘΑΛϒΣ
(Epic.) ΛΗΤΑΛΛΟΣ
(Coptic.) ⲖⲎⲦⲀⲖƏ

(Shalvunic.) ЛИТАЛЪ

(Slavonic.) ЛИТАЛ

[lɛtalə]
(Arabic.) لحطال – لحتال
(Persic.) لحطال – لحتال
(Syric.) ܠܚܛܐܠܐ
(Hebraic.) לחטאל
(Sanskritic.) ल्ह़ॅताल
⊖⊖⊖←

(English U.K.) letal

(English U.S.) letale
(FR.) lêtale
(SQ.) letal
(ALN. Geg.) lêtalë
(ALS. Tosk.) litalë
(Latin.) letalus
(Ʃia.) lħêtalë
(Ħanbali.) lħêtalë
(Ħanafi.) lħêtalë
(Malêki.) lħêtalë
(Türk.) letalı


LT
ÊL
TL
ÊT
ÊTLALË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΤΛΑΛΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΘΛΑΛƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΤΡΑΡΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗϘΝΑΝϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΘΛΗΛΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΗΘΛΟΛΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΤΛΑΛϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΤΛΑΛϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΘΛΑΛΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΤΛΑΛϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΗΘΛΑΛϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΤΛΛΑΛΛΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲦⲖⲀⲖƏ (Coptic.)

ИТЛАЛЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИТЛАЛ (Slavonic.)

[ɛtlalə]
حتلال – حطلال (Arabic.)
حتلال – حطلال (Persic.)
ܚܛܠܐܠܐ (Syric.)
חטלאל (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅत्लाल (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

etlal (English U.K.)

etlal (English U.S.)
êtlale (FR.)
etlal (SQ.)
êtlalë (ALN Geg.)
itlalë (ALS Tosk.)
etlalus (Latin.)
ħêtlalë (Ʃia.)
ħêtlalë (Ħanbali.)
ħêtlalë (Ħanafi.)
ħêtlalë (Malêki.)
etlalı (Türk.)

(Neo‑Gegiqwë.) LÊTË

(Coene.) ΛΗΤΟΣ

(Neo‑Coenic.) ΛΗΘƏ‑ΣƏ
(Attic.) ΡΑΤΟΣ
(Doric.) ΝΗϘϒΣ
(Ionic.) ΛΗΘΟΣ
(Aeolic.) ΛΗΘΟΡ
(Laconic.) ΛΗΤϒΡ
(Delphic.) ΛΗΤϒΣ
(Boeotic.) ΛΗΘΟΣ
(Macedonic.) ΛΗΤϒΣ
(Poetic.) ΛΗΘϒΣ
(Epic.) ΛΗΤΟΣ
(Coptic.) ⲖⲎⲦƏ

(Shalvunic.) ЛИТЪ

(Slavonic.) ЛИТ

[lɛtə]
(Arabic.) لحط – لحت
(Persic.) لحط – لحت
(Syric.) ܠܚܛܐ
(Hebraic.) לחט
(Sanskritic.) ल्ह़ॅत
⊖⊖⊖←

(English U.K.) let

(English U.S.) lete
(FR.) lête
(SQ.) let
(ALN. Geg.) lêtë
(ALS. Tosk.) litë
(Latin.) letus
(Ʃia.) lħêtë
(Ħanbali.) lħêtë
(Ħanafi.) lħêtë
(Malêki.) lħêtë
(Türk.) letı


(Lethe : river of forgetfulness of the past; oblivion.)

LT TL
ÊT
ÊL
ÊTLË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΤΛΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΘΛƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΤΡΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗϘΝϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΘΛΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΗΘΛΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΤΛϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΤΛϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΘΛΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΤΛϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΗΘΛϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΤΛΛΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲦⲖƏ (Coptic.)

ИТЛЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИТЛ (Slavonic.)

[ɛtlə]
حتل – حطل (Arabic.)
حتل – حطل (Persic.)
ܚܛܠܐ (Syric.)
חטל (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅत्ल (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

etl (English U.K.)

etl (English U.S.)
êtle (FR.)
etl (SQ.)
êtlë (ALN Geg.)
itlë (ALS Tosk.)

etlus (Latin.)
ħêtlë (Ʃia.)
ħêtlë (Ħanbali.)
ħêtlë (Ħanafi.)
ħêtlë (Malêki.)
etlı (Türk.)

?? ?? KANOZEHA (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Coene.)

ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΑΛΟΖΕϨΑ (Attic.)
ΤΑΛΟΣΔΕϨΑ (Doric.)
ΦΗΝΟΖΕϨΗ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΝΟΣΔΕϨΑ (Aeolic.)
ΚΑΝΟΔΕϨΑ (Laconic.)
ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Delphic.)
ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Boeotic.)
ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Macedonic.)
ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Poetic.)
ΚΑΝΟΖΕϨΑ (Epic.)
ⲔⲀⲚⲞⲌⲈϨⲀ (Coptic.)

КАНОЗЕҺА (Shalvunic.)

КАНОЗЕҺА (Slavonic.)

[kanozeha]
كانعزها (Arabic.)
كانعزها (Persic.)
ܟܐܢܥܙܗܐ (Syric.)
כאנעזהא (Hebraic.)
कानोज़्हेा (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

kanozeha (English U.K.)

kanozeha (English U.S.)
kanozéha (FR.)
kanozeha (SQ.)
kanozeha (ALN Geg.)
kandozeha (ALS Tosk.)
canozeha (Latin.)
kanozeha (Ʃia.)
kanozeha (Ħanbali.)
kanozeha (Ħanafi.)
kanozeha (Malêki.)
kanozeha (Türk.)

?? ?? KOALVEHMË / KOALVEMË / KOALVHMË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΕϨΜΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΕϨΜƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΑΡϜΕϨΝΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΑΝϜΕϨΜϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΗΛϜΕϨΜΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΟΛϜΕϨΠΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΑΛΒΕϨΠϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΕϨΜϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΕϨΜΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΕϨΜϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΕϨΜΜϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΑΛΛϜΕϨΜΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲀⲖϜⲈϨⲘƏ (Coptic.)

КОАЛВЕҺМЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОАЛВЕҺМ (Slavonic.)

[koalvehmə]
كعالۋهم (Arabic.)
كعالڤهم (Persic.)
ܟܥܐܠܘܗܡܐ (Syric.)
כעאלוהם (Hebraic.)
कोाल्व्हेह्म (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

koalvehm / koalvem (English U.K.)

koalvehmeh / koalveme (English U.S.)
koalvéhme (FR.)
koalvehm (SQ.)
koalvehmë (ALN Geg.)
koalvehmbë (ALS Tosk.)
coalvehmus (Latin.)
koalvehmë (Ʃia.)
koalwehmë (Ħanbali.)
koalvehmë (Ħanafi.)
koalwehmë (Malêki.)
koalvehmı (Türk.)


(total‑ly كل uni‑vers‑al علم highest عل keles‑tial علۋي jood الم cumula‑tive كۋم imagina‑tive ۋهم ins‑pira‑tive il‑lumina‑tive لهم eleva‑tive الۋه organiza‑tive amusa‑tive joy‑pul له & crea‑tive كله odg‑ly עדגיה (etern‑al‑ly עד circular‑ly עג multi‑plying דגה) in‑tel‑lig‑ence كعل ; know‑ledgë כנעולהדג עגה : dia‑lect, jargon, idiom)
{otallehdg otalledg otallhdg (En.) / otallehdgë otalledgë otallhdgë / עטאללהדג / عتاللهدج : nice, admirable}

?? ?? KOALRBEHGË / KOALRBEGË / KOALRBHGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΑΛΡΒΕϨΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΑΛΡΒΕϨΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΑΡΛΒΕϨΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΑΝΡΔΕϨΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΗΛΡΒΕϨΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΟΛΡΒΕϨΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΑΛΡΒΕϨΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΑΛΡΔΕϨΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΑΛΡΒΕϨΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΑΛΡΒΕϨΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΑΛΡΒΕϨΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΑΛΛΡΒΕϨΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲀⲖⲢⲂⲈϨⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОАЛРБЕҺГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОАЛРБЕҺГ (Slavonic.)

[koalrbehgə]
كعالربهج (Arabic.)
كعالربهگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܐܠܪܒܗܓܐ (Syric.)
כעאלרבהג (Hebraic.)
कोाल्र्ब्हेह्ग (Sanskritic.)

→⊕⊕⊕

koalrbehg (English U.K.)

koalrbehg (English U.S.)
koalrbéhgue (FR.)
koalrbehg (SQ.)
koalrbehgë (ALN Geg.)
koalrmbehgë (ALS Tosk.)
coalrbehcus (Latin.)
koalrbehgë (Ʃia.)
koalrbehdʒë (Ħanbali.)
koalrbehgë (Ħanafi.)
koalrbehʒë (Malêki.)
koalrbehgı (Türk.)


()
{contra‑hebl هبل ; contra‑blhe بله ; contra‑rob رعب ; contra‑lko لكع, contra‑helo هلع, contra‑helk هلك}

?? KO
KL
OL
KOLË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΛΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΛƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΡΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΝϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΛΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΛΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΛϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΛϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΛΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΛϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΛϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΛΛΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲖƏ (Coptic.)

КОЛЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОЛ (Slavonic.)

[kolə]
كعل (Arabic.)
كعل (Persic.)
ܟܥܠܐ (Syric.)
כעל (Hebraic.)
कोल (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

kol (English U.K.)

kol (English U.S.)
kole (FR.)
kol (SQ.)
kolë (ALN Geg.)
kolë (ALS Tosk.)
colus (Latin.)
kolë (Ʃia.)
kolë (Ħanbali.)
kolë (Ħanafi.)
kolë (Malêki.)
kolı (Türk.)


(total / complete highest / celestial intelligence ; shkolla שכלל שכעללה, shkola שכל שכעלה (Sq.) / scola (La.) / school (En.))
{contra‑lko لكع : base, depraved, ignoble, mean, vile, wicked ; foolish, silly, stupid ; abject, sinful, low, very bad, malicious.}

?? KO
KL
KE
OL
OE
LE
KOLEË / KOLHË / KOLEHË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΛΕΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΛΕƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΡΕΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΝΕϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΛΕΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΛΕΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΛΕϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΛΕϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΛΕΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΛΕϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΛΕϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΛΛΕΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲖⲈƏ (Coptic.)

КОЛЕЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОЛЕ (Slavonic.)

[koleə]
كعله (Arabic.)
كعله (Persic.)
ܟܥܠܗܐ (Syric.)
כעלה (Hebraic.)
कोलेह (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

kole / kolh / koleh (English U.K.)

kole (English U.S.)
kolé (FR.)
kole (SQ.)
koleë (ALN Geg.)
koleë (ALS Tosk.)
coleus (Latin.)
kolhë (Ʃia.)
kolhë (Ħanbali.)
kolhë (Ħanafi.)
kolhë (Malêki.)
koleı (Türk.)


(total / complete highest / celestial remci‑pul / kle‑menth كله cons‑trug‑tive re‑para‑tive in‑tel‑lig‑ence ; shkolla שכלל שכעללה, shkola שכל שכעלה (Sq.) / scola (La.) / school (En.))
{contra‑lko لكع, contra‑helo هلع, contra‑helk هلك}

?? ?? KOLBEHË / KOLBEË / KOLBHË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΛΒΕϨΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΛΒΕϨƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΡΒΕϨΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΝΔΕϨϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΛΒΕϨΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΛΒΕϨΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΛΒΕϨϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΛΔΕϨϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΛΒΕϨΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΛΒΕϨϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΛΒΕϨϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΛΛΒΕϨΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲖⲂⲈϨƏ (Coptic.)

КОЛБЕҺЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОЛБЕҺ (Slavonic.)

[kolbehə]
كعلبه (Arabic.)
كعلبه (Persic.)
ܟܥܠܒܗܐ (Syric.)
כעלבה (Hebraic.)
कोल्ब्हेह (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

kolbeh (English U.K.)

kolbeh (English U.S.)
kolbéhe (FR.)
kolbeh (SQ.)
kolbehë (ALN Geg.)
kolmbehë (ALS Tosk.)
colbehus (Latin.)
kolbehë (Ʃia.)
kolbehë (Ħanbali.)
kolbehë (Ħanafi.)
kolbehë (Malêki.)
kolbehı (Türk.)


(com‑plethe beauthi‑pul بهاء highesth keles‑tial shypra‑in‑tel‑lig‑ence لب ; olb ܥܠܒ : to over‑come, to sur‑pass, to be‑come proudh of ; kob كعب : digni‑ty, virgi‑ni‑ty, dis‑ting‑tion, jlory, high‑rang, ħônor)

?? ?? KOLREGË / KOLRHGË / KOLREHGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΛΡΕΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΛΡΕΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΡΛΕΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΝΡΕΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΛΡΕΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΛΡΕΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΛΡΕΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΛΡΕΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΛΡΕΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΛΡΕΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΛΡΕΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΛΛΡΕΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲖⲢⲈⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОЛРЕГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОЛРЕГ (Slavonic.)

[kolregə]
كعلرهج (Arabic.)
كعلرهگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܠܪܗܓܐ (Syric.)
כעלרהג (Hebraic.)
कोल्र्हेग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

kolreg (English U.K.)

kolreg (English U.S.)
kolrégue (FR.)
kolreg (SQ.)
kolregë (ALN Geg.)
kolregë (ALS Tosk.)
colrecus (Latin.)
kolregë (Ʃia.)
kolredʒë (Ħanbali.)
kolregë (Ħanafi.)
kolreʒë (Malêki.)
kolregı (Türk.)

?? ?? KORGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΡΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΡΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΛΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΡΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΡΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΡΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΡΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΡΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΡΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΡΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΡΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΡΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲢⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОРГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОРГ (Slavonic.)

[korgə]
كعرج (Arabic.)
كعرگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܪܓܐ (Syric.)
כערג (Hebraic.)
कोर्ग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

korg (English U.K.)

korg (English U.S.)
korgue (FR.)
korg (SQ.)
korgë (ALN Geg.)
korgë (ALS Tosk.)
corcus (Latin.)
korgë (Ʃia.)
kordʒë (Ħanbali.)
korgë (Ħanafi.)
korʒë (Malêki.)
korgı (Türk.)

?? ?? KOREGË / KORHGË / KOREHGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΡΕΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΡΕΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΛΕΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΡΕΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΡΕΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΡΕΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲢⲈⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОРЕГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОРЕГ (Slavonic.)

[koregə]
كعرهج (Arabic.)
كعرهگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܪܗܓܐ (Syric.)
כערהג (Hebraic.)
कोर्हेग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

koreg (English U.K.)

koreg (English U.S.)
korégue (FR.)
koreg (SQ.)
koregë (ALN Geg.)
koregë (ALS Tosk.)
corecus (Latin.)
koregë (Ʃia.)
koredʒë (Ħanbali.)
koregë (Ħanafi.)
koreʒë (Malêki.)
koregı (Türk.)

?? ?? KORNEGË / KORNHGË / KORNEHGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΡΝΕΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΡΝΕΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΛΛΕΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΡΛΕΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΡΝΕΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΡΝΕΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲢⲚⲈⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОРНЕГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОРНЕГ (Slavonic.)

[kornegə]
كعرنهج (Arabic.)
كعرنهگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܪܢܗܓܐ (Syric.)
כערנהג (Hebraic.)
कोर्न्हेग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

korneg (English U.K.)

korneg (English U.S.)
kornégue (FR.)
korneg (SQ.)
kornegë (ALN Geg.)
korndegë (ALS Tosk.)
cornecus (Latin.)
kornegë (Ʃia.)
kornedʒë (Ħanbali.)
kornegë (Ħanafi.)
korneʒë (Malêki.)
kornegı (Türk.)

?? ?? KOALVREGË / KOALVRHGË / KOALVREHGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΑΡϜΛΕΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΑΝϜΡΕΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΗΛϜΡΕΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΟΛϜΡΕΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΑΛΒΡΕΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΑΛΛϜΡΕΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲀⲖϜⲢⲈⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОАЛВРЕГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОАЛВРЕГ (Slavonic.)

[koalvregə]
كعالۋرهج (Arabic.)
كعالڤرهگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܐܠܘܪܗܓܐ (Syric.)
כעאלורהג (Hebraic.)
कोाल्व्र्हेग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

koalvreg (English U.K.)

koalvreg (English U.S.)
koalvrégue (FR.)
koalvreg (SQ.)
koalvregë (ALN Geg.)
koalvregë (ALS Tosk.)
coalvrecus (Latin.)
koalvregë (Ʃia.)
koalwredʒë (Ħanbali.)
koalvregë (Ħanafi.)
koalwreʒë (Malêki.)
koalvregı (Türk.)

?? ?? KOALVREMGË / KOALVRHMGË / KOALVREHMGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΜΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΜΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΑΡϜΛΕΝΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΑΝϜΡΕΜΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΗΛϜΡΕΜΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΟΛϜΡΕΠΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΑΛΒΡΕΠΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΜΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΜΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΜΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕΜΜΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΑΛΛϜΡΕΜΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲀⲖϜⲢⲈⲘⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОАЛВРЕМГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОАЛВРЕМГ (Slavonic.)

[koalvremgə]
كعالۋرهمج (Arabic.)
كعالڤرهمگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܐܠܘܪܗܡܓܐ (Syric.)
כעאלורהמג (Hebraic.)
कोाल्व्र्हेम्ग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

koalvremg / koalvrhmg / koalvrehmg (English U.K.)

koalvremg (English U.S.)
koalvrémgue (FR.)
koalvremg (SQ.)
koalvremgë (ALN Geg.)
koalvrembgë (ALS Tosk.)
coalvremcus (Latin.)
koalvremgë (Ʃia.)
koalwremdʒë (Ħanbali.)
koalvremgë (Ħanafi.)
koalwremʒë (Malêki.)
koalvremgı (Türk.)

?? ?? KOALVREHMNEHGË / KOALVREMNEGË / KOALVRHMNHGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΚΟΑΡϜΛΕϨΝΛΕϨΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ΤΟΑΝϜΡΕϨΜΛΕϨΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΦΟΗΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΚΟΟΛϜΡΕϨΠΝΕϨΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΚΟΑΛΒΡΕϨΠΝΕϨΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΚΟΑΛϜΡΕϨΜΜΝΕϨΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΚΟΑΛΛϜΡΕϨΜΝΕϨΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲔⲞⲀⲖϜⲢⲈϨⲘⲚⲈϨⲄƏ (Coptic.)

КОАЛВРЕҺМНЕҺГЪ (Shalvunic.)

КОАЛВРЕҺМНЕҺГ (Slavonic.)

[koalvrehmnehgə]
كعالۋرهمنهج (Arabic.)
كعالڤرهمنهگ (Persic.)
ܟܥܐܠܘܪܗܡܢܗܓܐ (Syric.)
כעאלורהמנהג (Hebraic.)
कोाल्व्र्हेह्म्न्हेह्ग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

koalvrehmnehg / koalvremneg / koalvrhmnhg (English U.K.)

koalvrehmnehg (English U.S.)
koalvréhmnéhgue (FR.)
koalvrehmnehg (SQ.)
koalvrehmnehgë (ALN Geg.)
koalvrehmbndehgë (ALS Tosk.)
coalvrehmnehcus (Latin.)
koalvrehmnehgë (Ʃia.)
koalwrehmnehdʒë (Ħanbali.)
koalvrehmnehgë (Ħanafi.)
koalwrehmnehʒë (Malêki.)
koalvrehmnehgı (Türk.)

?? ?? TE‑TƩANË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΤΕ‑ΤϷΑΝΟΣ (Coene.)

ΘΕ‑ΘϷΑΝƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΤΕ‑ΤϷΑΛΟΣ (Attic.)
ϘΑ‑ϘΣΑΛϒΣ (Doric.)
ΘΕ‑ΘϷΗΝΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΘΕ‑ΘϷΟΝΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΤΕ‑ΤϷΑΝϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΤΕ‑ΤϷΑΝϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΘΙ‑ΘϷΑΝΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΤΕ‑ΤϷΑΝϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΘΕ‑ΘϷΑΝϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΤΕ‑ΤϷΑΝΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲦⲈ‑ϬⲀⲚƏ (Coptic.)

ТЕ‑ТШАНЪ (Shalvunic.)

ТЕ‑ЧАН (Slavonic.)

[te‑tʃanə]
ته‑تشان – ته‑طشان (Arabic.)
ته‑تشان – ته‑طشان (Persic.)
ܛܗ‑ܛܫܐܢܐ (Syric.)
טה‑טשאן (Hebraic.)
त्हे‑चान (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

te‑chan (English U.K.)

techane (English U.S.)
té‑tchane (FR.)
te‑çan (SQ.)
te‑tshanë (ALN Geg.)
te‑çandë (ALS Tosk.)
te‑tsanus (Latin.)
te‑tʃanë (Ʃia.)
te‑tʃanë (Ħanbali.)
te‑tʃanë (Ħanafi.)
te‑tʃanë (Malêki.)
te‑çanı (Türk.)

?? ?? ÊOLVRA / ĦOLVRA / ĦÊOLVRA (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Coene.)

ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΟΡϜΛΑ (Attic.)
ΗΟΝϜΡΑ (Doric.)
ΗΟΛϜΡΗ (Ionic.)
ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Aeolic.)
ΗΟΛΒΡΑ (Laconic.)
ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Delphic.)
ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Boeotic.)
ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Macedonic.)
ΗΟΛϜΡΑ (Poetic.)
ΗΟΛΛϜΑΡ (Epic.)
ⲎⲞⲖϜⲢⲀ (Coptic.)

ИОЛВРА (Shalvunic.)

ИОЛВРА (Slavonic.)

[ɛolvra]
حعلۋرا (Arabic.)
حعلڤرا (Persic.)
ܚܥܠܘܪܐ (Syric.)
חעלורא (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅोल्व्रा (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

eolvra / hholvra / hheolvra (English U.K.)

eolvra (English U.S.)
êolvra (FR.)
eolvra (SQ.)
êolvra (ALN Geg.)
iolvra (ALS Tosk.)
eolvra (Latin.)
ħêolvra (Ʃia.)
ħêolwra (Ħanbali.)
ħêolvra (Ħanafi.)
ħêolwra (Malêki.)
eolvra (Türk.)

?? ?? ÊOALVË / ĦOALVË / ĦÊOALVË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΟΑΛϜΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΟΑΛϜƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΟΑΡϜΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗΟΑΝϜϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΟΗΛϜΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΗΟΟΛϜΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΟΑΛΒϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΟΑΛϜϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΟΑΛϜΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΟΑΛϜϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΗΟΑΛϜϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΟΑΛΛϜΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲞⲀⲖϜƏ (Coptic.)

ИОАЛВЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИОАЛВ (Slavonic.)

[ɛoalvə]
حعالۋ (Arabic.)
حعالڤ (Persic.)
ܚܥܐܠܘܐ (Syric.)
חעאלו (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅोाल्व (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

eoalv / hhoalv / hheoalv (English U.K.)

eoalve (English U.S.)
êoalve (FR.)
eoalv (SQ.)
êoalvë (ALN Geg.)
ioalvë (ALS Tosk.)
eoalvus (Latin.)
ħêoalvë (Ʃia.)
ħêoalwë (Ħanbali.)
ħêoalvë (Ħanafi.)
ħêoalwë (Malêki.)
eoalvı (Türk.)

?? ?? TPUSA‑TANGË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΤΠΟΥΣΑ-ΤΑΝΓΟΣ (Coene.)

ΘΦϒΣΑ-ΘΑΝΓƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΤΠΟΥΣΑ-ΤΑΛΓΟΣ (Attic.)
ϘΦϒΤΑ-ϘΑΛΓϒΣ (Doric.)
ΘΚϒΣΗ-ΘΗΝΓΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΘΜΜϒΤΟ-ΘΟΝΓΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΤΠϒΣΑ-ΤΑΝΓϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΤΒϒΣΑ-ΤΑΝΓϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΘΠϒΤΑ-ΘΑΝΓΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΤΠϒΣΑ-ΤΑΝΓϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΘΠΤϒΣΣΑ-ΘΑΝΓϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΤΠΠϒΣΑ-ΤΑΝΓΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲦⲠⲞⲨⲤⲀ-ⲦⲀⲚⲄƏ (Coptic.)

ТПУСА-ТАНГЪ (Shalvunic.)

ТПУСА-ТАНГ (Slavonic.)

[tpusa‑tangə]
تڡوسا-تانج (Arabic.)
تپوسا-تانگ (Persic.)
ܛܦܘܣܐ-ܛܐܢܓܐ (Syric.)
טפוסא-טאנג (Hebraic.)
त्पूसा-तान्ग (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

tpusa‑tang (English U.K.)

tpusa‑tang (English U.S.)
tpusa‑tangue (FR.)
tpusa‑tang (SQ.)
tpusa‑tangë (ALN Geg.)
tmbusa‑tandgë (ALS Tosk.)
tpusa‑tancus (Latin.)
tpusa‑tangë (Ʃia.)
tfusa‑tandʒë (Ħanbali.)
tvusa‑tangë (Ħanafi.)
tbusa‑tanʒë (Malêki.)
tpusa‑tangı (Türk.)


()
{contra-stupi-tance}

?? ?? TARMUÞË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΤΑΡΜΟΥΘΟΣ (Coene.)

ΘΑΡΜϒΤƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΤΑΛΝΟΥΘΟΣ (Attic.)
ϘΑΡΜϒΤϒΣ (Doric.)
ΘΗΡΜϒΤΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΘΟΡΠϒΦΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΤΑΡΠϒΣϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΤΑΡΜϒΘϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΘΑΡΜϒΤΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΤΑΡΜϒΔϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΘΡΑΜΜϒΤϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΤΑΡΜϒΣΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲦⲀⲢⲘⲞⲨⲐƏ (Coptic.)

ТАРМУѲЪ (Shalvunic.)

ТАРМУѲ (Slavonic.)

[tarmuθə]
تارموث (Arabic.)
تارموث (Persic.)
ܛܐܪܡܘܬܐ (Syric.)
טארמות (Hebraic.)
तार्मूथ़ (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

tarmuth (English U.K.)

tarmuth (English U.S.)
tarmuthe (FR.)
tarmuth (SQ.)
tarmuthë (ALN Geg.)
tarmbuthë (ALS Tosk.)
tarmuthus (Latin.)
tarmuþë (Ʃia.)
tarmuþë (Ħanbali.)
tarmuþë (Ħanafi.)
tarmuþë (Malêki.)
tarmusı (Türk.)

(Neo‑Gegiqwë.) XALAMË

(Coene.) ΧΑΛΑΜΟΣ

(Neo‑Coenic.) ΧΑΛΑΜƏ‑ΣƏ
(Attic.) ΧΑΡΑΝΟΣ
(Doric.) ΧΑΝΑΜϒΣ
(Ionic.) ΚΗΛΗΜΟΣ
(Aeolic.) ΧΟΛΟΠΟΡ
(Laconic.) ΧΑΛΑΠϒΡ
(Delphic.) ΧΑΛΑΜϒΣ
(Boeotic.) ΧΑΛΑΜΟΣ
(Macedonic.) ΧΑΛΑΜϒΣ
(Poetic.) ΧΑΛΑΜΜϒΣ
(Epic.) ΧΑΛΛΑΜΟΣ
(Coptic.) ϦⲀⲖⲀⲘƏ

(Shalvunic.) ХАЛАМЪ

(Slavonic.) ХАЛАМ

[xalamə]
(Arabic.) خلم
(Persic.) خلم
(Syric.) ܟܠܡܐ
(Hebraic.) כלם
(Sanskritic.) ख़ालाम
⊖⊖⊖←

(English U.K.) khalam

(English U.S.) khalame
(FR.) khalame
(SQ.) khalam
(ALN. Geg.) khalamë
(ALS. Tosk.) khalambë
(Latin.) chalamus
(Ʃia.) xalamë
(Ħanbali.) xalamë
(Ħanafi.) xalamë
(Malêki.) xalamë
(Türk.) xalamı


(to wound, to taunt, to insult, shame, humiliate, blush, be ashamed, be put to shame, be reproached, be put to confusion, be humiliated, to disgrace ; xlo خلع ; ã‑xli أخلي ; m‑xla مخلى ; m‑xlf مخلف ; mt‑xlf متخلف)

?? ?? LAMAXË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΛΑΜΑΧΟΣ (Coene.)

ΛΑΜΑΧƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΡΑΝΑΧΟΣ (Attic.)
ΝΑΜΑΧϒΣ (Doric.)
ΛΗΜΗΚΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΛΟΠΟΧΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΛΑΠΑΧϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΛΑΜΑΧϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΛΑΜΑΧΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΛΑΜΑΧϒΣ (Macedonic.)
ΛΑΜΜΑΧϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΛΑΜΑΧΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲖⲀⲘⲀϦƏ (Coptic.)

ЛАМАХЪ (Shalvunic.)

ЛАМАХ (Slavonic.)

[lamaxə]
لمخ (Arabic.)
لمخ (Persic.)
ܠܡܟ (Syric.)
למך (Hebraic.)
लामाख़ (Sanskritic.)
→⊕⊕⊕

lamakh (English U.K.)

lamakh (English U.S.)
lamakhe (FR.)
lamakh (SQ.)
lamakhë (ALN Geg.)
lambakhë (ALS Tosk.)
lamachus (Latin.)
lamaxë (Ʃia.)
lamaxë (Ħanbali.)
lamaxë (Ħanafi.)
lamaxë (Malêki.)
lamaxı (Türk.)


(powerful)

2018‑06‑23 – 07H42 (UTC+1) : ‑STER

‑STERUS سطر + طهر = سطهرأُس / ‑STÊR سطحر / ‑STRA سطرا

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A
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Y
ARROW ÊLVRÃNË
ΗΛϜΡΑΝƏ
ИЛВРАНЪ
حلۋرأن
ܚܠܘܪܐܢܐ
חֶלורַןְ
ह़ॅल्व्राँन्
ORBITIANS
ΟΡΒͿΘͿϒΣ
ОРБЈѲЪ‑ЈАНЪ
عربيثي
ܥܪܒܝܬܝܐ
עֹרבִּיתִ׳יְ
ओर्बीथ़्यान्
/ ROOTHS
&
TRANS‑DUCTION
ENGLISH
FRENCH
SHKYPË‑TÄRË GEGË
TE‑NAFA‑TION‑S POLY‑MULÞI‑VARJÃNÞË‑SË
STEREUS
στερεός
/ firm, solid.
STERIA
στεριά
/ land.
←⊖WR
←⊖WS
←⊖ST
←⊖SR
←⊖⊖⊕⊖ WARI‑STERUS / WARI‑STRA
ͷαρι‑στερός ͷαράς
وأري‑سطهر / left hand / side.
←⊖⊖⊕⊖ SINI‑STERUS / SINI‑STRA
σινι‑στερός σινάς
ساِني‑سطهر / left hand / side.
MAGI‑STERUS / MAGI‑STRA / great star / organisator.
MINI‑STERUS / MINI‑STRA / little star / organisator.
EU‑ASTERUS / EU‑ASTRA
εὐ‑άστερος
εὐάστήρ
/ rich in stars.
IS‑ASTERUS
ἰσ‑άστερος
/ like a star, bright as a star.
PRO‑GENE‑STERUS
προ‑γενέ‑στερος
/ born before, older.
PERI‑STERUS
περι‑στερός
/ pigeon, dove.
PRÔÞ‑YSTER
πρωθ‑ύστερος
/ hindmost foremost, last first
YSTERUS
ὕστερος
/ latter, last.
MEÞYSTERUS
μεθύστερος
/ living after.
ORE‑STERUS
ὀρέ‑στερος
/ of the mountains, mountain-.
DI‑ASTERUS
δι‑άστερος
/ starred, jewelled.
ELIKASTERUS
ἑλικάστερος
/ with circling orbit.
AKE‑STÊR
ἀκε‑στήρ
/ healer حالءر.
ͰΗΑΛƏΡ
DRASTÊR
δραστήρ
/ cook
DRÊSTÊR
δρηστήρ
/ labourer, working man, workman, servant.
ERGA‑STÊR / ERGA‑STRA
ἐργα‑στήρ / ἔργα‑στρα
/ workman.
GNÔ‑STÊR
γνω‑στήρ
/ one that knows: surety.
KATARTISTÊR
καταρτιστήρ
/ one who restores order, mediator.
PHÔSTÊR
φωστήρ
/ that which gives light,
PATRA‑STER / a fatherin-law.
AUSTÊRUS
αὐστηρός
/
ORCHÊSTERUS / ORCHÊSTÊR / ORCHÊSTRA
ορχήστερος / ὀρχηστήρ / ορχήστρα
/ warrior, dancer.
SEQUESTRUS / SEQUESTRA /
/
/
/

 

2018‑05‑24 – 08H40 (UTC+1) : →⊕⊕⊕ KOALMË VRNË – כעאלם – ܟܥܐܠܡܐ – كعالم ۋرن ←⊖⊖⊖ MALOKË NVRË – מאלעך – ܡܐܠܥܟܐ – مالعك نۋر

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{negative} НИЖА – نحژى – NÊƷA‑TJFË \ NÊƷA‑TJVË
{spoitive} سڡعي – SPOJË‑TJVË
{Gr. εναντι} هنانطاِ – ENANTIË
{De. link} لاِنك – LINKË
{En. left} لحفط – LÊFTË
{Gr. σινάς ; La. sinisterus} ساِن – SINË
{Gr. ͷαράς ; Gr. ͷαριστερός} وار – WARË
{Ar.} يسار – ISARË
{Se.} סמלא‎ – ܣܡܠܐ – SMALË
{Se.} شمال – שמאל – ƩMALË
{Sq. shmajt} شمايت – ƩMAJTË
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A
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B
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A
R
Y
R⇒
ƷÊNA‑TJVË / ƷÊNA‑TJFË – ژحنى – ЖИНА {genative}
POSJË‑TJVË – ڡعسي {En. positive}
AJTNNEË – ايطننه {Qr. αϳτννε}
KALNË – كالن {En. clear/clean ; Qr. kalanos}
ÊTLFË – حطلف {Kqms.}
UNSË – اُنس {Kqms.}
ARWË – ارو {Kqms.}
JƩARË – ישר – يشار {He.}
ALMSË – אלמס – المس {Kqms.}
ƩALMË – شالم {Ar.}
JTƩMAË – يتشما {Kqms.}
JMNË – ימין – يمن {Ar.)
DJAFÞË – ديافث {Sq. djathë}
DRÊJÞË – درحيث {Sq. drejtë}
DRJÞË – دريث {Sq. dritë}
RJGΘË – ريگث {En. right}
VORΘË – عرف ۋعرث {Gr. ὀρθῶς}
?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KALLAMEHDË

(.Coene) ΚΑΛΛΑΜΕϨΔΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚΑΛΛΑΜΕϨΔƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΚΑΡΡΑΝΕϨΔΟΣ
(.Doric) ΤΑΝΝΑΜΕϨΖϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΦΗΛΛΗΜΕϨΔΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΚΟΛΛΟΠΕϨΣΔΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΚΑΛΛΑΠΕϨΖϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΚΑΛΛΑΜΕϨΔϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΚΑΛΛΑΜΕϨΔΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΚΑΛΛΑΜΕϨΔϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΚΑΛΛΑΜΜΕϨΔϒΣ
(.Epic) ΚΑΛΛΛΛΑΜΕϨΔΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲔⲀⲖⲖⲀⲘⲈϨⲆƏ

(.Shalvunic) КАЛЛАМЕҺДЪ

(.Slavonic) КАЛЛАМЕҺД

[kallamehdə]
(.Arabic) كاللامهد
(.Persic) كاللامهد
(.Syric) ܟܐܠܠܐܡܗܗܕܐ
(.Hebraic) כאללאמההד
(.Sanskritic) काल्लाम्हेह्द
→⊕⊕⊕

kallamehd (English U.K.)
kallamehde (English U.S.)
kallaméhde (FR.)
kallamehd (SQ.)
kallamehdë (ALN Geg.)
kallambehdë (ALS Tosk.)
callamehdus (Latin.)
kallamehdë (Ʃia.)
kallamehdë (Ħanbali.)
kallamehdë (Ħanafi.)
kallamehdë (Malêki.)
kallamehdı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KËNGË

(.Coene) ΚƏΝΓΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚƏΝΓƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΚƏΛΓΟΣ
(.Doric) ΤƏΛΓϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΦƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΚƏΝΓΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΚƏΝΓϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΚƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΚƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΚƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΚƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Epic) ΚƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲔƏⲚⲄƏ

(.Shalvunic) КЪНГЪ

(.Slavonic) КЪНГ

[kəŋə]
(.Arabic) كاْنج
(.Persic) كاْنگ
(.Syric) ܟܐܢܓܐ
(.Hebraic) כאנג
(.Sanskritic) कन्ग
→⊕⊕⊕

keng (English U.K.)
kenge (English U.S.)
kengue (FR.)
këng (SQ.)
këngë (ALN Geg.)
këndgë (ALS Tosk.)
cencus (Latin.)
këngë (Ʃia.)
këndʒë (Ħanbali.)
këngë (Ħanafi.)
kënʒë (Malêki.)
kıngı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ƩKËNGË

(.Coene) ϷΚƏΝΓΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ϷΚƏΝΓƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ϷΚƏΛΓΟΣ
(.Doric) ΣΤƏΛΓϒΣ
(.Ionic) ϷΦƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ϷΚƏΝΓΟΡ
(.Laconic) ϷΚƏΝΓϒΡ
(.Delphic) ϷΚƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ϷΚƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ϷΚƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Poetic) ϷΚƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Epic) ϷΚƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Coptic) ϢⲔƏⲚⲄƏ

(.Shalvunic) ШКЪНГЪ

(.Slavonic) ШКЪНГ

[ʃkəŋə]
(.Arabic) شكاْنج
(.Persic) شكاْنگ
(.Syric) ܫܟܐܢܓܐ
(.Hebraic) שכאנג
(.Sanskritic) श्कन्ग
→⊕⊕⊕

shkeng (English U.K.)
shkenge (English U.S.)
chkengue (FR.)
shkëng (SQ.)
shkëngë (ALN Geg.)
shkëndgë (ALS Tosk.)
scencus (Latin.)
ʃkëngë (Ʃia.)
ʃkëndʒë (Ħanbali.)
ʃkëngë (Ħanafi.)
ʃkënʒë (Malêki.)
şkıngı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ƩËNGË

(.Coene) ϷƏΝΓΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ϷƏΝΓƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ϷƏΛΓΟΣ
(.Doric) ΣƏΛΓϒΣ
(.Ionic) ϷƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ϷƏΝΓΟΡ
(.Laconic) ϷƏΝΓϒΡ
(.Delphic) ϷƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ϷƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ϷƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Poetic) ϷƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Epic) ϷƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Coptic) ϢƏⲚⲄƏ

(.Shalvunic) ШЪНГЪ

(.Slavonic) ШЪНГ

[ʃəŋə]
(.Arabic) شاْنج
(.Persic) شاْنگ
(.Syric) ܫܐܢܓܐ
(.Hebraic) שאנג
(.Sanskritic) शन्ग
→⊕⊕⊕

sheng (English U.K.)
shenge (English U.S.)
chengue (FR.)
shëng (SQ.)
shëngë (ALN Geg.)
shëndgë (ALS Tosk.)
sencus (Latin.)
ʃëngë (Ʃia.)
ʃëndʒë (Ħanbali.)
ʃëngë (Ħanafi.)
ʃënʒë (Malêki.)
şıngı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊƩKALLËNGË

(.Coene) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΗϷΚΑΡΡƏΛΓΟΣ
(.Doric) ΗΣΤΑΝΝƏΛΓϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΗϷΦΗΛΛƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΗϷΚΟΛΛƏΝΓΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛƏΝΓϒΣ
(.Epic) ΗϷΚΑΛΛΛΛƏΝΓΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲎϢⲔⲀⲖⲖƏⲚⲄƏ

(.Shalvunic) ИШКАЛЛЪНГЪ

(.Slavonic) ИШКАЛЛЪНГ

[ɛʃkalləŋə]
(.Arabic) حشكاللاْنج
(.Persic) حشكاللاْنگ
(.Syric) ܚܫܟܐܠܠܐܢܓܐ
(.Hebraic) חשכאללאנג
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅश्काल्लन्ग
→⊕⊕⊕

eshkalleng (English U.K.)
eshkallenge (English U.S.)
êchkallengue (FR.)
eshkallëng (SQ.)
êshkallëngë (ALN Geg.)
ishkallëndgë (ALS Tosk.)
escallencus (Latin.)
ħêʃkallëngë (Ʃia.)
ħêʃkallëndʒë (Ħanbali.)
ħêʃkallëngë (Ħanafi.)
ħêʃkallënʒë (Malêki.)
eşkallıngı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KOLMË

(.Coene) ΚΟΛΜΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚΟΛΜƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΚΟΡΝΟΣ
(.Doric) ΤΟΝΜϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΦΟΛΜΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΚΟΛΠΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΚΟΛΠϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΚΟΛΜϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΚΟΛΜΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΚΟΛΜϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΚΟΛΜΜϒΣ
(.Epic) ΚΟΛΛΜΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲔⲞⲖⲘƏ

(.Shalvunic) КОЛМЪ

(.Slavonic) КОЛМ

[kolmə]
(.Arabic) كعلم
(.Persic) كعلم
(.Syric) ܟܥܠܡܐ
(.Hebraic) כעלם
(.Sanskritic) कोल्म
→⊕⊕⊕

kolm (English U.K.)
kolme (English U.S.)
kolme (FR.)
kolm (SQ.)
kolmë (ALN Geg.)
kolmbë (ALS Tosk.)
colmus (Latin.)
kolmë (Ʃia.)
kolmë (Ħanbali.)
kolmë (Ħanafi.)
kolmë (Malêki.)
kolmı (Türk.)

total lumen universal knowledgeable speech.

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KOLVMË

(.Coene) ΚΟΛϜΜΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚΟΛϜΜƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΚΟΡϜΝΟΣ
(.Doric) ΤΟΝϜΜϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΦΟΛϜΜΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΚΟΛϜΠΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΚΟΛΒΠϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΚΟΛϜΜϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΚΟΛϜΜΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΚΟΛϜΜϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΚΟΛϜΜΜϒΣ
(.Epic) ΚΟΛΛϜΜΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲔⲞⲖϜⲘƏ

(.Shalvunic) КОЛВМЪ

(.Slavonic) КОЛВМ

[kolvmə]
(.Arabic) كعلۋم
(.Persic) كعلڤم
(.Syric) ܟܥܠܘܡܐ
(.Hebraic) כעלום
(.Sanskritic) कोल्व्म
→⊕⊕⊕

kolvm (English U.K.)
kolvme (English U.S.)
kolvme (FR.)
kolvm (SQ.)
kolvmë (ALN Geg.)
kolvmbë (ALS Tosk.)
colvmus (Latin.)
kolvmë (Ʃia.)
kolwmë (Ħanbali.)
kolvmë (Ħanafi.)
kolwmë (Malêki.)
kolvmı (Türk.)

celestial universal speech

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KOLVEMË

(.Coene) ΚΟΛϜΕΜΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚΟΛϜΕΜƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΚΟΡϜΕΝΟΣ
(.Doric) ΤΟΝϜΕΜϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΦΟΛϜΕΜΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΚΟΛϜΕΠΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΚΟΛΒΕΠϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΚΟΛϜΕΜϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΚΟΛϜΕΜΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΚΟΛϜΕΜϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΚΟΛϜΕΜΜϒΣ
(.Epic) ΚΟΛΛϜΕΜΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲔⲞⲖϜϨⲘƏ

(.Shalvunic) КОЛВЕМЪ

(.Slavonic) КОЛВЕМ

[kolvemə]
(.Arabic) كعلۋهم
(.Persic) كعلڤهم
(.Syric) ܟܥܠܘܗܡܐ
(.Hebraic) כעלוהם
(.Sanskritic) कोल्व्हेम
→⊕⊕⊕

kolvem (English U.K.)
kolveme (English U.S.)
kolveme (FR.)
kolvem (SQ.)
kolvemë (ALN Geg.)
kolvembë (ALS Tosk.)
colvemus (Latin.)
kolvhmë (Ʃia.)
kolwhmë (Ħanbali.)
kolvhmë (Ħanafi.)
kolwhmë (Malêki.)
kolvemı (Türk.)

celestial universal speech & imagination (concept, conceive, consider)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊKOLVRMFË

(.Coene) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΜΦΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΜΠƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΗΚΟΡϜΛΝΦΟΣ
(.Doric) ΗΤΟΝϜΡΜΠϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΗΦΟΛϜΡΜΠΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΠΦΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΗΚΟΛΒΡΠΦϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΜΦϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΜΦΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΜΒϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΗΚΟΛϜΡΜΜΦϒΣ
(.Epic) ΗΚΟΛΛϜΡΜΦΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲎⲔⲞⲖϜⲢⲘϤƏ

(.Shalvunic) ИКОЛВРМФЪ

(.Slavonic) ИКОЛВРМФ

[ɛkolvrmfə]
(.Arabic) حكعلۋرمف
(.Persic) حكعلڤرمف
(.Syric) ܚܟܥܠܘܪܡܦܐ
(.Hebraic) חכעלורמף׳
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅकोल्व्र्म्फ़
→⊕⊕⊕

ekolvrmf (English U.K.)
ekolvrmfe (English U.S.)
êkolvrmfe (FR.)
ekolvrmf (SQ.)
êkolvrmfë (ALN Geg.)
ikolvrmbfë (ALS Tosk.)
ecolvrmfus (Latin.)
ħêkolvrmfë (Ʃia.)
ħêkolwrmfë (Ħanbali.)
ħêkolvrmfë (Ħanafi.)
ħêkolwrmfë (Malêki.)
ekolvrmfı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊƩKOLVRÃMFË

(.Coene) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΜΦΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΜΠƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΗϷΚΟΡϜΛΑΝΦΟΣ
(.Doric) ΗΣΤΟΝϜΡΑΜΠϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΗϷΦΟΛϜΡΗΜΠΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΟΠΦΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΗϷΚΟΛΒΡΑΠΦϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΜΦϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΜΦΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΜΒϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΜΜΦϒΣ
(.Epic) ΗϷΚΟΛΛϜΑΡΜΦΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲎϢⲔⲞⲖϜⲢⲀⲘϤƏ

(.Shalvunic) ИШКОЛВРАМФЪ

(.Slavonic) ИШКОЛВРАМФ

[ɛʃkolvrɑ̃mfə]
(.Arabic) حشكعلۋرأمف
(.Persic) حشكعلڤرأمف
(.Syric) ܚܫܟܥܠܘܪܐܡܦܐ
(.Hebraic) חשכעלוראמף׳
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅश्कोल्व्राँम्फ़
→⊕⊕⊕

eshkolvramf (English U.K.)
eshkolvramfe (English U.S.)
êchkolvramfe (FR.)
eshkolvramf (SQ.)
êshkolvrãmfë (ALN Geg.)
ishkolvrambfë (ALS Tosk.)
escolvramfus (Latin.)
ħêʃkolvrãmfë (Ʃia.)
ħêʃkolwrãmfë (Ħanbali.)
ħêʃkolvrãmfë (Ħanafi.)
ħêʃkolwrãmfë (Malêki.)
eşkolvramfı (Türk.)

Perfect elevative accomplished knowledge intelligence, remaim, te‑ngaz تنجاز.

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊƩKOLVRÃBMFË

(.Coene) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΒΜΦΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΒΜΠƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΗϷΚΟΡϜΛΑΒΝΦΟΣ
(.Doric) ΗΣΤΟΝϜΡΑΔΜΠϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΗϷΦΟΛϜΡΗΒΜΠΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΟΒΠΦΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΗϷΚΟΛΒΡΑΒΠΦϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΔΜΦϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΒΜΦΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΒΜΒϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΗϷΚΟΛϜΡΑΒΜΜΦϒΣ
(.Epic) ΗϷΚΟΛΛϜΑΡΒΜΦΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲎϢⲔⲞⲖϜⲢⲀⲂⲘϤƏ

(.Shalvunic) ИШКОЛВРАБМФЪ

(.Slavonic) ИШКОЛВРАБМФ

[ɛʃkolvrɑ̃bmfə]
(.Arabic) حشكعلۋرأبمف
(.Persic) حشكعلڤرأبمف
(.Syric) ܚܫܟܥܠܘܪܐܒܡܦܐ
(.Hebraic) חשכעלוראבמף׳
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅश्कोल्व्राँब्म्फ़
→⊕⊕⊕

eshkolvrabmf (English U.K.)
eshkolvrabmfe (English U.S.)
êchkolvrabmfe (FR.)
eshkolvrabmf (SQ.)
êshkolvrãbmfë (ALN Geg.)
ishkolvrambmbfë (ALS Tosk.)
escolvrabmfus (Latin.)
ħêʃkolvrãbmfë (Ʃia.)
ħêʃkolwrãbmfë (Ħanbali.)
ħêʃkolvrãbmfë (Ħanafi.)
ħêʃkolwrãbmfë (Malêki.)
eşkolvrabmfı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊƩKOPALVPRÃBMFË

(.Coene) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛϜΠΡΑΒΜΦΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗϷΚΟΦΑΛϜΦΡΑΒΜΠƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΡϜΠΛΑΒΝΦΟΣ
(.Doric) ΗΣΤΟΦΑΝϜΦΡΑΔΜΠϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΗϷΦΟΚΗΛϜΚΡΗΒΜΠΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΗϷΚΟΜΜΟΛϜΜΜΡΟΒΠΦΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛΒΠΡΑΒΠΦϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΗϷΚΟΒΑΛϜΒΡΑΔΜΦϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛϜΠΡΑΒΜΦΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛϜΠΡΑΒΜΒϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΗϷΚΟΠΤΑΛϜΠΤΡΑΒΜΜΦϒΣ
(.Epic) ΗϷΚΟΠΠΑΛΛϜΠΠΑΡΒΜΦΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲎϢⲔⲞⲠⲀⲖϜⲠⲢⲀⲂⲘϤƏ

(.Shalvunic) ИШКОПАЛВПРАБМФЪ

(.Slavonic) ИШКОПАЛВПРАБМФ

[ɛʃkopalvprɑ̃bmfə]
(.Arabic) حشكعڡالۋڡرأبمف
(.Persic) حشكعپالڤپرأبمف
(.Syric) ܚܫܟܥܦܐܠܘܦܪܐܒܡܦܐ
(.Hebraic) חשכעפאלופראבמף׳
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅश्कोपाल्व्प्राँब्म्फ़
→⊕⊕⊕

eshkopalvprabmf (English U.K.)
eshkopalvprabmfe (English U.S.)
êchkopalvprabmfe (FR.)
eshkopalvprabmf (SQ.)
êshkopalvprãbmfë (ALN Geg.)
ishkombalvmbrambmbfë (ALS Tosk.)
escopalvprabmfus (Latin.)
ħêʃkopalvprãbmfë (Ʃia.)
ħêʃkofalwfrãbmfë (Ħanbali.)
ħêʃkovalvvrãbmfë (Ħanafi.)
ħêʃkobalwbrãbmfë (Malêki.)
eşkopalvprabmfı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊƩKOPALVPRÃBMUNFSË

(.Coene) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛϜΠΡΑΒΜΟΥΝΨΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗϷΚΟΦΑΛϜΦΡΑΒΜϒΝΠΣƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΡϜΠΛΑΒΝΟΥΛΨΟΣ
(.Doric) ΗΣΤΟΦΑΝϜΦΡΑΔΜϒΛΠΤϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΗϷΦΟΚΗΛϜΚΡΗΒΜϒΝΠΣΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΗϷΚΟΜΜΟΛϜΜΜΡΟΒΠϒΝΦΤΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛΒΠΡΑΒΠϒΝΦΣϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΗϷΚΟΒΑΛϜΒΡΑΔΜϒΝΦΣϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛϜΠΡΑΒΜϒΝΦΤΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΗϷΚΟΠΑΛϜΠΡΑΒΜϒΝΒΣϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΗϷΚΟΠΤΑΛϜΠΤΡΑΒΜΜϒΝΦΣΣϒΣ
(.Epic) ΗϷΚΟΠΠΑΛΛϜΠΠΑΡΒΜϒΝΦΣΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲎϢⲔⲞⲠⲀⲖϜⲠⲢⲀⲂⲘⲞⲨⲚϤⲤƏ

(.Shalvunic) ИШКОПАЛВПРАБМУНФСЪ

(.Slavonic) ИШКОПАЛВПРАБМУНФС

[ɛʃkopalvprɑ̃bmunfsə]
(.Arabic) حشكعڡالۋڡرأبمونفس
(.Persic) حشكعپالڤپرأبمونفس
(.Syric) ܚܫܟܥܦܐܠܘܦܪܐܒܡܘܢܦܣܐ
(.Hebraic) חשכעפאלופראבמונפ׳ס
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅश्कोपाल्व्प्राँब्मून्फ़्स
→⊕⊕⊕

eshkopalvprabmunfs (English U.K.)
eshkopalvprabmunfse (English U.S.)
êchkopalvprabmunfsse (FR.)
eshkopalvprabmunfs (SQ.)
êshkopalvprãbmunfsë (ALN Geg.)
ishkombalvmbrambmbundfsë (ALS Tosk.)
escopalvprabmunfsus (Latin.)
ħêʃkopalvprãbmunfsë (Ʃia.)
ħêʃkofalwfrãbmunfsë (Ħanbali.)
ħêʃkovalvvrãbmunfsë (Ħanafi.)
ħêʃkobalwbrãbmunfsë (Malêki.)
eşkopalvprabmunfsı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KOALEHMANEHË

(.Coene) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΑΝΕϨΟΣ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΑΝΕϨƏ‑ΣƏ
(.Attic) ΚΟΑΡΕϨΝΑΛΕϨΟΣ
(.Doric) ΤΟΑΝΕϨΜΑΛΕϨϒΣ
(.Ionic) ΦΟΗΛΕϨΜΗΝΕϨΟΣ
(.Aeolic) ΚΟΟΛΕϨΠΟΝΕϨΟΡ
(.Laconic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΠΑΝΕϨϒΡ
(.Delphic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΑΝΕϨϒΣ
(.Boeotic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΑΝΕϨΟΣ
(.Macedonic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΑΝΕϨϒΣ
(.Poetic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΜΑΝΕϨϒΣ
(.Epic) ΚΟΑΛΛΕϨΜΑΝΕϨΟΣ
(.Coptic) ⲔⲞⲀⲖⲈϨⲘⲀⲚⲈϨƏ

(.Shalvunic) КОАЛЕҺМАНЕҺЪ

(.Slavonic) КОАЛЕҺМАНЕҺ

[koalehmanehə]
(.Arabic) كعالهمانه
(.Persic) كعالهمانه
(.Syric) ܟܥܐܠܗܗܡܐܢܗܗܐ
(.Hebraic) כעאלההמאנהה
(.Sanskritic) कोाल्हेह्मान्हेह
→⊕⊕⊕

koalehmaneh (English U.K.)
koalehmanehe (English U.S.)
koaléhmanéhe (FR.)
koalehmaneh (SQ.)
koalehmanehë (ALN Geg.)
koalehmbandehë (ALS Tosk.)
coalehmanehus (Latin.)
koalehmanehë (Ʃia.)
koalehmanehë (Ħanbali.)
koalehmanehë (Ħanafi.)
koalehmanehë (Malêki.)
koalehmanehı (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) KOALEHMFEHË-SWA

(.Coene) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΦΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΠΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ
(.Attic) ΚΟΑΡΕϨΝΦΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ
(.Doric) ΤΟΑΝΕϨΜΠΕϨƏ-ΤͶΑ
(.Ionic) ΦΟΗΛΕϨΜΠΕϨƏ-ΣͶΗ
(.Aeolic) ΚΟΟΛΕϨΠΦΕϨƏ-ΤͶΑ
(.Laconic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΠΦΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ
(.Delphic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΦΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ
(.Boeotic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΦΕϨƏ-ΤͶΑ
(.Macedonic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΒΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ
(.Poetic) ΚΟΑΛΕϨΜΜΦΕϨƏ-ΣΣͶΑ
(.Epic) ΚΟΑΛΛΕϨΜΦΕϨƏ-ΣͶΑ
(.Coptic) ⲔⲞⲀⲖⲈϨⲘϤⲈϨƏ-ⲤͶⲀ

(.Shalvunic) КОАЛЕҺМФЕҺЪ-СԜА

(.Slavonic) КОАЛЕҺМФЕҺ-СԜА

[koalehmfehə-swa]
(.Arabic) كعالهمفهاْ-سوا
(.Persic) كعالهمفهاْ-سوا
(.Syric) ܟܥܐܠܗܗܡܦܗܗܐ-ܣܘܐ
(.Hebraic) כעאלההמפ׳ההא-סוא
(.Sanskritic) कोाल्हेह्म्फ़्हेह-स्व़ा
→⊕⊕⊕

koalehmfeh-swa (English U.K.)
koalehmfeh-swa (English U.S.)
koaléhmféhe-swa (FR.)
koalehmfehë-swa (SQ.)
koalehmfehë-swa (ALN Geg.)
koalehmbfehë-swa (ALS Tosk.)
coalehmfeh-swa (Latin.)
koalehmfehë-sva (Ʃia.)
koalehmfehë-swa (Ħanbali.)
koalehmfehë-sva (Ħanafi.)
koalehmfehë-swa (Malêki.)
koalehmfehı-sva (Türk.)

?? ?? (.Neo‑Gegiqwë) ÊKTOALEHMNOFSEWA

(.Coene) ΗΚΤΟΑΛΕϨΜΝΟΨΕͶΑ

(.Neo‑Coenic) ΗΚΘΟΑΛΕϨΜΝΟΠΣΕͶΑ
(.Attic) ΗΚΤΟΑΡΕϨΝΛΟΨΕͶΑ
(.Doric) ΗΤϘΟΑΝΕϨΜΛΟΠΤΕͶΑ
(.Ionic) ΗΦΘΟΗΛΕϨΜΝΟΠΣΕͶΗ
(.Aeolic) ΗΚΘΟΟΛΕϨΠΝΟΦΤΕͶΑ
(.Laconic) ΗΚΤΟΑΛΕϨΠΝΟΦΣΕͶΑ
(.Delphic) ΗΚΤΟΑΛΕϨΜΝΟΦΣΕͶΑ
(.Boeotic) ΗΚΘΟΑΛΕϨΜΝΟΦΤΕͶΑ
(.Macedonic) ΗΚΤΟΑΛΕϨΜΝΟΒΣΕͶΑ
(.Poetic) ΗΚΘΟΑΛΕϨΜΜΝΟΦΣΣΕͶΑ
(.Epic) ΗΚΤΟΑΛΛΕϨΜΝΟΦΣΕͶΑ
(.Coptic) ⲎⲔⲦⲞⲀⲖⲈϨⲘⲚⲞϤⲤⲈͶⲀ

(.Shalvunic) ИКТОАЛЕҺМНОФСЕԜА

(.Slavonic) ИКТОАЛЕҺМНОФСЕԜА

[ɛktoalehmnofsewa]
(.Arabic) حكتعالهمنعفسهوا
(.Persic) حكتعالهمنعفسهوا
(.Syric) ܚܟܛܥܐܠܗܗܡܢܥܦܣܗܘܐ
(.Hebraic) חכטעאלההמנעפ׳סהוא
(.Sanskritic) ह़ॅक्तोाल्हेह्म्नोफ़्स्हेव़ा
→⊕⊕⊕

ektoalehmnofsewa (English U.K.)
ektoalehmnofsewa (English U.S.)
êktoaléhmnofséwa (FR.)
ektoalehmnofsewa (SQ.)
êktoalehmnofsewa (ALN Geg.)
iktoalehmbndofsewa (ALS Tosk.)
ectoalehmnofsewa (Latin.)
ħêktoalehmnofseva (Ʃia.)
ħêktoalehmnofsewa (Ħanbali.)
ħêktoalehmnofseva (Ħanafi.)
ħêktoalehmnofsewa (Malêki.)
ektoalehmnofseva (Türk.)

2018‑05‑04 – 12H05 (UTC+1) : La Libre Belgique – Therapeutic Cannabis.

#Albania #Arbania #Shqypni #Shqipëri #Kosova #Greece #Turkey #Germany #Italy #Arabia #Iran #Tirana #Tehran #Persia #India

Some day ago, the Belgian police were happy to stop & arrest a group of Albanians & Italians dealers, having 25Kg of (illegal) Cannabis, calling them “Mafia”

Today I read the news, and in Limburg (Belgium), they (Rendocan) plan to produce 5 tonnes of it, legally, for therapeutic uses ??? For cancer patients I suppose.

What kind of hypocrisy is this ?

According to the article the minister of sanity have to change the law, to make this legal…

But the building project for the center of production & research is already accepted…

If I was Albania & Italy, I will make the production & selling legal to, to prevent peoples from these states to suffer in jail & prison, because of injust laws…

2018‑05‑15 : Post Scriptum (Canada legalization plan) :

2018‑05‑02 – 09H00 (UTC+1) : →⊕⊖⊕ ĦÊKTATRSË حكتاطرس →⊕⊕⊕ ĦÊKTATSË حكتاطس

⇐L
НИЖА – نحژى – NÊƷA‑TJFË NÊƷA‑TJVË
{spoitive} سڡعي – SPOJË‑TJVË
{Gr. εναντι} هنانطاِ – ENANTIË
{De. link} لاِنك – LINKË
{En. left} لحفط – LÊFTË
يسار – ISARË
{Sq. shmajt} ƩMAJTË
B
I
N

A
R
Y
B
I
N

A
R
Y
R⇒
ƷÊNA‑TJVË ƷÊNA‑TJFË – ژحنى – ЖИНА
POSJË‑TJVË – ڡعسي {En. positive}
AJTNNEË – ايطننه {Qr. αϳτννε}
KALNË – كالن {En. clear/clean ; Qr. kalanos}
ÊTLFË – حطلف
JƩARË – ישר – يشار
JTƩMAË – يتشما
DJAFÞË – ديافث {Sq. djathë}
JMNË – ימין – يمن
RJGΘË – ريگث {En. right}
(Neo‑Gegiqwë.) KASTÊTË

(Coene.) ΚΑΣΤΗΤΟΣ

(Neo‑Coenic.) ΚΑΣΘΗΘƏ‑ΣƏ
(Attic.) ΚΑΣΤΗΤΟΣ
(Doric.) ΘΑΤϘΑϘϒΣ
(Ionic.) ΦΗΣΘΗΘΟΣ
(Aeolic.) ΚΟΤΘΑΘΟΡ
(Laconic.) ΚΑΣΤΗΤϒΡ
(Delphic.) ΚΑΣΤΗΤϒΣ
(Boeotic.) ΚΑΤΘΗΘΟΣ
(Poetic.) ΚΑΣΣΘΗΘϒΣ
(Epic.) ΚΑΣΤΗΤΟΣ
(Coptic.) ⲔⲀⲊⲎⲦƏ

(Shalvunic.) КАСТИТЪ

(Slavonic.) КАСТИТЪ

[kastɛtə]
(Arabic.) كاستحت
(Persic.) كاستحت
(Syriac.) ܟܐܣܛܚܛܐ
(Hebraic.) כאסטחט
(Sanskrit.) कास्त्ह़ॅत
→⊕⊖⊕

{UK. kastet}

{US. kastete.}
{FR. kastête.}
{SQ. kastet.}
{ALN. kastêtë.}
{ALS. kastitë.}
{Ħanbali. kastħêtë.}
{Ħanafi. kastħêtë.}
{Malêki. kastħêtë.}
{Ʃia. kastħêtë.}
{Türk. kastetı.}


casse‑tête, sketter la caboche.
break head.
puzzle.
headache.
baffling problem.
stickler.

ST

ÊK
ÊT
ÊS
KT
KS
TS
ÊKTATSË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΚΤΑΤΣΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΚΘΑΘΣƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΣΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗΘϘΑϘΤϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΦΘΗΘΣΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΑΚΘΟΘΤΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΣϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΣϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΚΘΑΘΤΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΚΘΑΘΣΣϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΣΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲔⲦⲀⲦⲤƏ (Coptic.)

ИКТАТСЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИКТАЦЪ (Slavonic.)

[ɛktatsə]
حكتاتس (Arabic.)
حكتاتس (Persic.)
ܚܟܛܐܛܣܐ (Syriac.)
חכטאטס (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅक्तात्स (Sanskrit.)
→⊕⊕⊕

{UK. ektats}

{US. ektatse.}
{FR. êktatsse.}
{SQ. ektac.}
{ALN. êktatsë.}
{ALS. iktatsë.}
{Ħanbali. ħêktatsë.}
{Ħanafi. ħêktatsë.}
{Malêki. ħêktatsë.}
{Ʃia. ħêktatsë.}
{Türk. ektatsı.}


re‑pair, remaim رمائم head.
pnas ڡناس, kreab ܟܪܘܒܐ cranium.
echt ktas.
pnase, krêabe kryën / kokën.

(Neo‑Gegiqwë.) KASRTÊTË

(Coene.) ΚΑΣΡΤΗΤΟΣ

(Neo‑Coenic.) ΚΑΣΡΘΗΘƏ‑ΣƏ
(Attic.) ΚΑΣΛΤΗΤΟΣ
(Doric.) ΘΑΤΡϘΑϘϒΣ
(Ionic.) ΦΗΣΡΘΗΘΟΣ
(Aeolic.) ΚΟΤΡΘΑΘΟΡ
(Laconic.) ΚΑΣΡΤΗΤϒΡ
(Delphic.) ΚΑΣΡΤΗΤϒΣ
(Boeotic.) ΚΑΤΡΘΗΘΟΣ
(Poetic.) ΚΑΣΣΡΘΗΘϒΣ
(Epic.) ΚΑΣΡΤΗΤΟΣ
(Coptic.) ⲔⲀⲤⲢⲦⲎⲦƏ

(Shalvunic.) КАСРТИТЪ

(Slavonic.) КАСРТИТЪ

[kasrtɛtə]
(Arabic.) كاَسرتحت
(Persic.) كاَسرتحت
(Syriac.) ܟܐܣܪܛܚܛܐ
(Hebraic.) כאסרטחט
(Sanskrit.) कास्र्त्ह़ॅत
→⊕⊖⊕

{UK. kasrtet}

{US. kasrtete.}
{FR. kasrtête.}
{SQ. kasrtet.}
{ALN. kasrtêtë.}
{ALS. kasrtitë.}
{Ħanbali. kasrtħêtë.}
{Ħanafi. kasrtħêtë.}
{Malêki. kasrtħêtë.}
{Ʃia. kasrtħêtë.}
{Türk. kasrtetı.}


casre‑tête, sketter la caboche.
break head.
puzzle.
headache.
baffling problem.
stickler.

ST


SR
RT
ÊK
ÊT
ÊS
ÊR
KT
KR
KS
TR
TS
RS
ÊKTATRSË (Neo‑Gegiqwë.)

ΗΚΤΑΤΡΣΟΣ (Coene.)

ΗΚΘΑΘΡΣƏ‑ΣƏ (Neo‑Coenic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΛΣΟΣ (Attic.)
ΗΘϘΑϘΡΤϒΣ (Doric.)
ΗΦΘΗΘΡΣΟΣ (Ionic.)
ΑΚΘΟΘΡΤΟΡ (Aeolic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΡΣϒΡ (Laconic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΡΣϒΣ (Delphic.)
ΗΚΘΑΘΡΤΟΣ (Boeotic.)
ΗΚΘΑΘΡΣΣϒΣ (Poetic.)
ΗΚΤΑΤΡΣΟΣ (Epic.)
ⲎⲔⲦⲀⲦⲢⲤƏ (Coptic.)

ИКТАТРСЪ (Shalvunic.)

ИКТАТРСЪ (Slavonic.)

[ɛktatrsə]
حكتاَترس (Arabic.)
حكتاَترس (Persic.)
ܚܟܛܐܛܪܣܐ (Syriac.)
חכטאטרס (Hebraic.)
ह़ॅक्तात्र्स (Sanskrit.)
→⊕⊖⊕

{UK. ektatrs}

{US. ektatrse.}
{FR. êktatrsse.}
{SQ. ektatrs.}
{ALN. êktatrsë.}
{ALS. iktatrsë.}
{Ħanbali. ħêktatrsë.}
{Ħanafi. ħêktatrsë.}
{Malêki. ħêktatrsë.}
{Ʃia. ħêktatrsë.}
{Türk. ektatrsı.}


re‑pair, remaim رمائم head.
pnas ڡناس, kreab ܟܪܘܒܐ cranium.
echt ktas.
pnase, krêabe kryën / kokën.
kars كرس / kras رأس kaputh.

2018‑04‑29 – 15H00 (UTC+1) : Bosnia by Insider (Euronews French version), will renounce Bosnia to the EU, under Turkish and Arab influences ? #Euronews #Albania #Shqypni #Shqiperi #Kosova #Shkup #Turkey #Türkye #Arabia #Bosnia #Bosna #Macedonia

#Euronews #Albania #Shqypni #Shqiperi #Kosova #Shkup #Turkey #Türkye #Arabia #Bosnia #Bosna #Macedonia

Bosnia by Insider (Euronews French version), will renounce Bosnia to the E.U., under Turkish and Arab influences ?

I read this article and lot of opinions of its authors make me blench from my chair…

Dans cette émission, nous nous concentrons sur l’influence persistante de la Turquie moderne et celle, plus récente, des pays arabes du Golfe. La Bosnie est-elle sous leur effet, en train de s’éloigner de son histoire commune tout aussi importante avec l’Europe occidentale ? Et donc peut-être de son éventuelle adhésion à l’Union européenne ?
Empreinte turque, arabe et salafiste ?

She say that the Turkey and Arabic states have a persistent influence there (Islam).
What’s wrong with that ? Except for the French & English who fight Islam since 1000 years…

And that Bosnia is getting away from is common history with Europe ???
“Evrôpê” a Greek terms borrowed from Semitic (meaning Occident or hostage), having nothing in common with Bosnia history, since they are originally Slavs, coming from the north east and from the steppe of Russia…

Etymology from Wiktionary English :

Possibly from εὐρύς (eurús, “broad”) +‎ ὤψ (ṓps, “eye, face”), which may in turn be a secondary interpretation of a Semitic word for “sunset, west”; compare Aramaic ערובה‎ (ʿrōbā, “sunset, Sabbath eve”), Hebrew בֶּן‑עֲרֻבָּה‎ (ben‑aruboh, “hostages”), Classical Syriac ܥܪܘܒܐ‎ (aruba, “hostages”) or Hebrew מַעֲרָב‎ (ma‑ārov, “occident, west”), Classical Syriac ܡܰܥܪܒܐ‎ (ma‑arba, “occident, west”) & Arabic غَرْب‎ (gharb, “occident, west”).

What common history with European they are talking about ??? Christianity, Orthodoxy, Protestanty, Catholicy ? War ? Roman empire ? Greek / Byzantine Empire ? I don’t understand ?

First the Slavs, when arrived in Balkan started war with local peoples to gain territories, like Illyrians and Byzantines, taking their land step by step forming after some time the Bulgarian Empire & Serbian Empire

So no there is not common history or any friendship with “Evropa” (Greek term) since they fought one against other… And where in fact enemy…

After the article talk about the Turkish influence. What’s wrong with that ? All western state have also influence in Bosnia. I don’t see what is the problem for the French / English who make so much propaganda (in their media) and try to influence all Africa to keep their colonies… Since it’s the only place where remain their fading power, since India, China, expelled them 60 year ago… According to them, Arabs & Turks (culture) should disappear from there and may be from earth ! Irrational & crazy point of view.

Pour mieux comprendre la réalité des choses, notre reporter Hans von der Brelie est allé voir comment la sphère d’influence turque en Bosnie s’étend par le biais des médias et des agences de presse et dans l’éducation et comment par la même occasion, les autorités turques mènent des actions contre de présumés collaborateurs du mouvement Gülen qu’elles qualifient de “terroriste”.

Then they talk about Arabic investment to build mosques, again, what is the problem ? Cult liberty is a right of men, and it’s the Bosnian who want them since they believe in Odg עדג عدج عدگ عدڨ (Allah)…

Article 18 of Universal Human right (U.N.) :

Everyone has the right to freedom of thought, conscience and religion; this right includes freedom to change his religion or belief, and freedom, either alone or in community with others and in public or private, to manifest his religion or belief in teaching, practice, worship and observance.

And the authors complain (in the video) that in some place, they write in Arabic (in parallel with Cyrillic or Latin), well it’s normally not a problem for a Muslim, who should be able to read Semitic Arabic who is very useful to read the Quran first and make his salah. And Semitic Arabic is very practical to comprehend the code of vrithing, since characters have that code shown directly in the shape of the letters and in their diacritics & i’jams.

And they say they fear that this money will help to create terrorists, ok, we see the point here, for the Englishes / Frenches propaganda, Islam is always equal to terrorism, when Allah الله is the real opposite of Hell هَلَل (terror رهب, fear هلع)… According to this article and point a view, Turkey & Arabic states are financing global terrorism ? As I know all the weapons used by terrorists all around the world are made in Europe (France, England, Germany, Italy), Russia (ex‑soviet‑union) & USA…

The French / English propaganda is quite heavy… These boring colonialist of Africa, America, Australia, India, China, South‑Asia & Middle East are really annoying & disagreeable.

Nous découvrons aussi dans son reportage, les projets d’investissement d’ampleur des pays arabes du Golfe, mais aussi le financement de la construction de mosquées, les représentants des instances musulmanes de Bosnie assurant que celles-ci ne sont pas pilotées par des pays étrangers, mais bien placées sous le contrôle direct des autorités bosniennes.

Dans ce contexte, la crainte est grande de voir des flux financiers émanant de ces pays alimenter des groupes islamistes radicaux de Bosnie. Au centre culturel Roi Fahd de Sarajevo, financé par l’Arabie saoudite, on nous assure écarter les éléments les plus extrêmes.

Mais à l’échelle du pays, des communautés salafistes se sont implantées dans des secteurs ruraux isolés où elles édictent leurs propres règles. Reste que ceux qui pourraient passer à des actions violentes sont étroitement surveillés, affirment les services de sécurité bosniens et en parallèle, les efforts de la communauté musulmane de Bosnie pour intégrer les communautés salafistes dans les structures officielles ont été probants, nous dit-on.

They talk after about fearing that Bosnia will get away from E.U. (like how U.K. have done it, to recover their sovereignty), and found some view concording with their overdone thoughts. Bosnia has never been in history part of the west, and was always on the side of the east & orient…

La perspective d’une adhésion à l’UE s’éloigne-t-elle ?

En fin d’émission, nous recueillons l’éclairage d’Esref Kenan Rasidagic, professeur de relations internationales à l’Université de Sarajevo. Il estime que son pays pâtit des actions menées sur le territoire bosnien par les autorités turques contre le mouvement Gülen qualifié de “terroriste” par Ankara.

De son côté, la politologue bosnienne Lejla Ramić-Mesihović craint que cette nouvelle donne n’amène la Bosnie à se détourner de l’Europe. Pour elle, “l’intégration européenne ne sera pas finalisée” sans l’adhésion de son pays à l’UE.

My conclusion is that strangely the English (article) version don’t mention all of these informations, but the French does (Article), and both videos to, what are they trying to do, nothing good in any case…

The roots of faith are strong (Abraham, Noah, Isaac, Ismael, Jacob, Moses, Jesus, Muhamed…) and it’s not the mirage of E.U. and his not applied “human rights” that will remove the believe of this peoples for a religion who is true & right.
Whatever the anti‑theist French or English say.