About the Greek word AIMATOKÜL İSMA meaning “bloodshed”

 

I recently came across the Greek word AIMATOKÜLİSMA meaning “bloodshed”.  After looking at it for a while, I realized that there were related Turkish words embedded in it.  This we can see as follows:

 

When the Greek word AIMATOKÜLİSMA   is deciphered as “MAIA-TOKULMASI”, we see that AIMATOKÜLİSMA is the altered, restructured and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression “MAYA DÖKÜLMESİ” (KAN DÖKÜLMESİ) meaning “blood shedding, killing someone, spilling someone’s blood”.  Turkish word KAN means “blood”, MAYA means “yeast; blood”.  When one says “MAYASI BOZUK” in Turkish, it means “his/her/its blood is bad”, that is, “he/she/it is degenerate”.  Clearly, this shows us that Greeks have taken the Turkish word MAYA, converted it to AIMA and given it the meaning of “BLOOD”!  It also shows us that Greeks have taken Turkish word DÖKÜLMESİ and changed it to TOKÜLİSMA.  The Turkish expression "MAYA DÖKÜLMESİ" and the Greek Word "AIMATOKÜLİSMA" both mean the same thing - that is "bloodshedding".

 

The Greek word "AIMATOKÜLİSMA" can also be deciphered in another way and we would still get the same meaning.

 

When the Greek word AIMATOKÜLİSMA is deciphered as “MAIA-AKUTOLMSI”,  we see that AIMATOKÜLİSMA is the altered, restructured and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression “MAYA AKITILMASI” (KAN AKITILMASI) again meaning “blood shedding,  killing someone with blood flowing”.  Turkish word AKITMAK means “to make it flow, to let it flow”.  Turkish word AKITILMASI means “letting it flow”.

 

There is also another Greek expression in the form of EKHWN-AIMA meaning "bloodied".  When this Greek expression EKHWN-AIMA  is deciphered as “EIU-KHUNAMA” (where the two U's come from the W),  we see that EKHWN-AIMA is the altered, restructured and Hellenized form of the Turkish expression “EYU KANAMA” (IYI KANAMA or ÇOK KANAMA) meaning “lots of blood".  Here, we see that Turkish MAYA was not used for blood, Turkish word KANAMA (meaning "bleeding") was.  This shows that there was a secret word-manufacturing organization generating Greek words from Turkish.

 

 

With my best wishes,

 

Polat Kaya

 

03/11/2013