29. Greek words related to number "ninety":
Greek word ENENEKONTA means "ninety", and ENENEKOSTOS means "ninetieth", [Divry's Modern English-Greek, Greek-English Dictionary, 1988, p. 762].
Turkish cardinal numeral for "ninety" is "DOKSAN" and for ordinal numeral "ninetieth" is "DOKSANINCI".
a) Let us first start with the term ENENEKOSTOS, meaning "ninetieth". ENENEKOSTOS, rearranged as "TOKSENENSE-O", is the altered and restructured form of the Turkish expression "TOKSANINCI O" (DOKSANINCI O) meaning "it is the ninetieth". This decipherment of the "Greek" word ENENEKOSTOS reveals the fact that it has been fabricated by anagrammatizing the Turkish ordinal numeral DOKSANINCI almost in a reverse order.
b) Additionally, the Greek term ENENEKOSTOS meaning "ninetieth", rearranged as "TOKES-ON-ENSE", is the rearranged form of the Turkish expression "TOKUZ-ON'INCI" meaning "(nine-times-ten)th", that is, "ninetieth". Thus, this decipherment also verifies the above explanation - but in a different way in Turkish. It accentuates the Turkish numerals DOKUZ and ON.
Thus, these expressions in Turkish explain the make up of the Greek term ENENEKOSTOS not only in terms of Turkish ordinal numeral DOKSANINCI, but also in terms of the mathematical expression "TOKUZ-ON'INCI" both of which mean "ninetieth".
We also note that the Greek word ENNEA, meaning "nine", is not only the cut off front end of the garbled and longer term ENENEKOSTOS, but also it gets its meaning, indirectly and in a disguised way, from the Turkish cardinal numeral DOKUZ (TOKUZ) meaning "nine". Thus, there has been further deception in fabricating this word by assigning the meaning of the Turkish numeral name "TOKUZ" to the term ENNEA. So, anyone comparing the Greek word ENNEA (meaning "nine") with the Turkish numeral name DOKUZ (meaning "nine") will find no obvious resemblance whatsoever - unless they search a lot deeper - as I am doing. The reality I have demonstrated here is that Greek word ENNEA does get its meaning of "nine" from the Turkish cardinal numeral name DOKUZ (meaning "nine") - but in a convoluted and cross-wise manner!
We must also note that the English cardinal numeral "NINE" which is related to the Greek term "ENNEA" - also gets its name from the Turkish infix "ANIN" in the Turkish ordinal numeral name DOKSANINCI!
Hence, in this Greek ordinal numeral name ENENEKOSTOS, we find embedded the Turkish numeral names
d) In the case of the Greek cardinal numeral ENENEKONTA, meaning "ninety", when the term is rearranged as "ENENE-KAT-ON", we find that it is the Turkish mathematical expression where the term "ENENE" is a replacement for the Turkish cardinal numeral "DOKUZ" (TOKUZ). This makes it as being from Turkish "DOKUZ KATI ON" which is "ninety".
All of this is undeniable evidence that ancient Greeks, in manufacturing an artificial so-called "Aryan" (Arayan, gezginci) language for themselves, used the words and phrases of Turkish as the source. This sneaky "linguistic" technique set the ground work for the fabrication of all other so-called "Aryan" languages. Anagrammatizing words and phrases from Turkish was the most perfect stealing technique ever invented in order to usurp as well as to confuse, divide and annihilate the most ancient Turanian civilization that was all over the world!