Words under the lens: some Latin "CANIS" related words
WORDS UNDER THE LENS:
1. Latin word CANIS means "a dog", [Cassell's Compact Latin-English and English-Latin Dictionary, 1962, p. 36].
When CANIS is rearranged as "ANIC-S", it is clear that Latin word CANIS is from Turkish "ANIK" (ENIK) meaning "a baby dog, puppy; dog".
2. Latin word CANICULA means "a little dog"; a violent woman; the Dog Star, Sirius", [Cassell's compact Dictionary, 1962, p. 36].
This is a composite word having more than one Turkish expression embedded in it. The letter L in the word CANICULA is a Caesar cipher shift from K, (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesar_cipher)
2a) CANICULA, where the first letter C is a K while the second C is a Turkish letter C, thus making it the word KANICUKA. When this word is rearranged as "ANICCUK", it is clear that Latin word CANICULA is an anagrammatized form of the Turkish expression "ENIKCUK" meaning "a little dog". Turkish ENIK means "a little dog, puppy"; CUK, CIK is a Turkish suffix that makes the name diminutive.
2b) When CANICULA is rearranged as "KANCUK-IA", it is clear that Latin word CANICULA is an anagrammatized form of the Turkish expression "KANCUK" or "KANCUKYA" meaning "bitch, a violent woman". The final suffix "IA/YA" makes the name "feminine".
3. Latin word CANINUS means "relating to a dog; snarling; spiteful", [Cassell's compact Dictionary, 1962, p. 36].
When CANINUS is rearranged as "ANICSUN", it is clear that Latin word CANINUS is from Turkish "ANIKSUN" (ENIKSIN) meaning "you are a dog" - which is likening a vicious person to a dog, or alternatively, "relating to a dog".
4. Latin word VENATICUS means "relating to the chase; canis, hound", [Cassell's compact Dictionary, 1962, p. 264]. Latin VENATOR is given as "hunter".
4a) When VENATICUS is rearranged as "CUSAN-IT-V-E", it is clear that Latin word VENATICUS is from Turkish "KOŞAN IT O" meaning "it is a running dog". In hunting, dogs run after the pray, that is they chase the pray. Turkish KOŞAN means "that which is running", IT means "dog", and O means "he/she/it/, that".
4b) When VENATICUS is rearranged as "ENIC-TASU-V", it is clear that Latin word VENATICUS is from Turkish "ENIK TAZU O" meaning "it is baby hound dog" which are the ones generally used in hunting, because of their "fast-running" capability. Turkish word TAZI (TAZU) means "hound", such as the "greyhound", and ANIK (ENIK) means "baby dog".
4c) When VENATICUS is rearranged as "SEN-AVCITU", it is clear that Latin word VENATICUS is from Turkish "SEN AVCITU" meaning "you are hunter". This explains how the word VENATICUS is related to hunting and chasing and dogs. Turkish SEN means "you", AVCI means "hunter".
4d) When VENATOR is rearranged as "AV-ETN-R-O", it is clear that Latin word VENATOR is from Turkish expression "AV EDEN ER O" meaning "he is man who hunts".
5. To this list we need to add the French word "CHIEN" meaning "dog".
Curiously, when the French word CHIEN is rearranged as "ENICH", we find that French word "CHIEN" is also a restructured, distorted, usurped and disguised form of the Turkish word "ENIK" meaning "baby dog".
All of these clearly show that the Roman linguists manufactured words for an artificial language so-called "Latin" by anagrammatizing, that is, rearranging, Romanizing and disguising Turkish words and phrases. Similarly, all of the so-called Indo-European languages have been made up in this fashion using the ancient Turkish language that was a world language up to recent times. With the usurpation of Turkish language, the ancient Turanian civilization and also the Turkish peoples have been taken over throughout the history without people being aware of this fraud. They also show that the Turkish language was the world-wide spoken model language preceding many other languages.
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