Words under the lens: English word "KNUCKLEHEAD".

Here is an interesting word in English that needs to be explored for its make up. It is the English word "knucklehead" that means "a stupid person", [Oxford American Dictionaries]. 

When this English word KNUCKLEHEAD is rearranged letter-by-letter as "CUH-DANKELEK" or "CUK-DANKELEH" and the deciphered word is read as in Turkish, it becomes obvious that it is an anagrammatized and Anglicized form of the Turkish expression
"ÇOK DANGALAK" meaning "very stupid, blockhead, knucklehead".  Clearly, this Turkish expression "ÇOK DANGALAK" has been stolen and used to manufacture this English word KNUCKLEHEAD. Thus, this is another example that, regarding the authenticity of "Indo-European" languages, the Turks and the rest of the world public have been misled by the manufacturers and presenters of such languages. 

Of course, by such activities, not only are the Turkish language words and expressions stolen, but also the linguistic creations of the Turkish people, hence, Turkish civilization is stolen. This kind of stealing from the ancient Turanian language of Turkish and the ancient Turanian civilization has been going on since the time of the Babylonians, that is, for at least the last 4,000 years. The truth about world languages is not as it appears - or as it is presented to us.  Linguistically, this cannot be ignored.  It is time that linguists who work on the "etymology" of words to take note of this ongoing deception.  


Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

15/04/2010