Re: [bcn2004] Fw: HITTITE-TURKISH

Dear Tonyukuk Kagan,

You are absolutely write in identifying "water" with Turkish "YU" meaning "to wash" Water is used in "washing".  When the word WATER, where the bogus letter W = Y+U, makes the word "YUATER",  is the rearranged "YU-ETAR, it is the  Turkish expression "YU-ETER" (YIKAR) meaning "it washes" which is a riddled way of describing 'SU' (water).  I have known this relationship for some time but did not have the time to write about it.  You did it and I congradulate you for it.  This is another Turkish expression that has been abducted into English. 

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya



Tonyukuk Kagan wrote:
 



Adnan ATABEK <AATABEK@...> wrote:

 

----- Original Message -----

From: Adnan ATABEK

To: gunesdilkurami@...

Sent: Friday, July 15, 2005 3:12 PM

Subject: Fw: HITTITE-TURKISH
 

Hittite / Turkish / 'English'

 

atta / ata / 'father'

ai / ay / 'moon'

ab / eb, ev / 'house'

agh- / egh- / 'to bend'

arma / aran / 'moon'

at- / atla- / 'to jump'

agu / ak / 'white'

ais / aghiz, aaz / 'mouth'

arija / irish, ariza / 'asking'

at-, ud- / di- / 'to eat'

Atiman / Ataman /  'private name'

ia- / i- / 'to do'

assu / uz / 'good, nice'

beah / beg / 'man, prince, mister'

bu / bu / 'this'

bi / ip / 'string'

bar / bar , var / ' existing'

dingira / tengri, tanrı / 'god'

-d / -di / ' suffix for past tense'

de / öd/ 'gall, bile'

du / dur / 'stop'

eri / er / 'man'

e / ev, eb / 'house'

ep- / apar- 'to take, toseize'

es / üch / 'three'

erha / ara / 'border, limit'

esha / koja / 'owner'

etri / idare/ 'meal, food'

genzuwala / kendu-bile / 'voluntarily, friendly'

hara- / kora- / 'to destroy, be destroyed'

harash / karakush / 'eagle'

has- / kısh- / 'to make, to create'

hasmi / hısım / 'relation, friendness'

hatuas / kat / 'letter'

huha / keke / 'father, grand father'

ib / ip / string'

il / til / 'language'

khilip / chalap / 'god'

kır- / kır- / 'to break'

kish- / kish- / 'to be', to be created'

kula / kol / 'army'

-l- / -il- / ' sffix for making passive'

-li / li / 'suffix like -ness'

nana / nine / 'grandmama'

pal / balta / 'ax'

par- / parla- / 'to shine'

pir, parn / bura / 'house'

pata / bud, pati / 'foot'

piddai- / öde-/ 'to pay'

ra / er / 'man'

sanlu / sanlı / 'famous'

su / su / 'water'

se- / sev- / 'to love'

so /sü / 'soldier'

sagh / sagh / 'live'

shiu / ti / 'god'

suppi / safi /  'pure'

surna/ sur, zurna / 'pipe, horn'

seris / shari / 'bull'

ti / tin / 'spirit'

tak / tok / 'tough'

tim/ tem / 'chain'

taru / turu/ 'tree'

tati / dede / 'father, grandfather'

teşa / düsh / 'dream'

unu / in / 'cave'

un / on / 'ten'

us / us  / 'wisdom'

uija- / üsher- / 'to send'

urai / iri / 'big, large'

wasu / bash / 'good'

wawa / buva, bugha / 'bull'  72

 

Hitite and Proto-Hittite, namely Hatti language, are agglunitive languages as all Ural-Altay languages. All structural properties are as Ural-Altay languages. But propaganda makes Hittite language 'Indo-European', using only watar 'water'.

 

But this is not the case because;

 

 

 

Dear Adnan ATABEK

 

By the way, It is necessary to reveal something about the word-Water.The word -wet is said to have come from the word- water. The equivalent of the word-wet in Turkish is yash,which has derived from the root-yu ''to wash''.in my opinion,The root for the word -water must be yu.The change W to Y which is common in Turkic can be seen.

 

Regards

 

 

 

but 'water' (Uygur)

*ar 'water' (Turkic protoform)(r-variant of  is 'water')

 

>>> but + ar  >>>  watar (Hittite).  English word water is an Pre-Turkic loan.

 

Another example:

 

vad 'air' (Cuman Turkish)

ara 'air, breath, space'

 

>>> vad +ara >>>  weather (English)

 

People make a new word coupling same-meaning  words. This is done o differtiate sound-resembling words. This is the way how multi-sylable-language is formed.

 

Adnan ATABEK