Words under the lens: English word "THATCHED" is from Turkish "OT ÇATIDI"

 

Words under the lens:  English word "THATCHED" is from Turkish "OT ÇATIDI"  
 



The following picture shows a replica of an iron-aged "thatched" roof in a Butser Ancient Farm,
Hampshire, UK.  It is from the Wikipedia link http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Age. 



 



 


 

A replica Ironage thatched roof, Butser Ancient Farm, Hampshire, UK
(See attachement)

(From  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Iron_Age)
 



The English word THATCHED is described as being from  "thatch: a roof covering of straw, reeds, palm leaves, or a similar material." [From
Oxford American Dictionaries].

The word THATCHED, rearranged as 
"T-CHATHDE", (where the Greek letter H can be an H, I, or E as required for restructuring words of Turkish), is the restructured and anagrammatized form of the Turkish expression  "OT ÇATIDI"  meaning "it is roof made of grass, leaves, straw, reeds, etc.". This Turkish definition is the same as the above dictionary definition for the English word THATCHED .

Turkish word 
OT means "grass, plant", ÇATI means "roof" and ÇATIDI means "it is roof".

This is another example showing how many English language words, like the words of all other so-called "Indo-European" languages, were made up from Turkish words and descriptive phrases by way of altering, restructuring and disguising.  Those linguists who search for the truth about the makeup of languages should take note of this. The Turkish language was the original mathematically structured mother/father language that was used as a linguistic data base for most other languages. 


Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya

10/10/2010