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=== A Play On Words:

(YHWH) YAHWEH > HEWHAY (HWHY)
GOD > DOG
LORD > DROL

SOURCE:  http://www.physlink.com/Education/AskExperts/ae353.cfm

Question:
How do we see things upright if the image formed on the retina in our eye is an inverted one?
Matthew 13:34
All these things spake Jesus unto the multitude in parables; and without a parable spake he not unto them:


Answer:
It is true that the images formed on your retina are upside-down. It is also true that most people have two eyes, and therefore two retinas. Why, then, don't you see two distinct images? For the same reason that you don't see everything upside-down. One of our most remarkable tools - the brain - is hard at work for us at this task.

PARABLE:  Matthew 13:13
Therefore speak I to them in parables: because they seeing see not; and hearing they hear not, neither do they understand.


=== Etymology for the word, H W H Y
 
 
 

ETYMOLOGY
 

SOURCE:  https://www.quora.com/What-is-the-origin-of-the-word-why

the word, H W H Y, etymology

Émilie Morin
Answered 9d ago

The word ‘why’ is the word of Germanic origin. It came to modern English from the Old English.

Surprisingly, this word as well as other words starting with the letter combination ‘wh’ was pronounced with the aspirated ‘h’ sound at the very beginning of the word. Old English - /hwī/.

Previously, this word derived from the Old Norse /hvī/, a North Germanic language that has transformed into the North Germanic Languages that are represented as Swedish, Danish, Icelandic and Faroese these days.

It may also be related to the words of Gothic /hveileiks/ meaning’ what kind of’ and Latin /quī/.

In New English the word ‘why’ means ‘for what reason, cause, or purpose? with what motive?’ and is pronounced as /waɪ/ (a consonant sound /w/ and a diphthong /ai/).

NB: English is one of a few languages in the world to contain the diphthongs.




=== hwy / Semitic roots

SOURCE:  http://www.thefreedictionary.com/_/roots.aspx?type=Semitic&root=hwy

hwy / Semitic roots > Examples of words with the root hwy:
hallelujah, Isaiah, Jah, Jeremiah, Joel, John, Joshua, Matthew, Nehemiah, Obadiah, Tobit, Yahweh, Zechariah, Zephaniah.

hwy - To fall, happen, be, become.

I.
1. Yahweh, from Hebrew Yahweh, assumed ancient pronunciation of the name of the God of Israel, perhaps meaning "he sends down (the hosts of heaven)" causative derived stem of hāwâ, hāyâ, to fall, happen, be.

2. Jehovah, modern mispronunciation (since the 16th century ad) of Yahweh, in which the Hebrew consonants Y(J)-H-W(V)-H were pronounced with the vowels of the Hebrew word ʔădōnāy (see ʔd), which were added to the Hebrew consonantal text of the Bible to indicate that the latter word was to be read instead of the divine name.

II. Various short forms of Hebrew Yahweh (see I above),
found mostly in personal names.
1. Jah, from Hebrew yāh, short for yahweh, Yahweh, also appearing in the following personal names:
a. Jedidiah, from Hebrew yədîdyāh, beloved of Yahweh (see dwd);; b. Matthew, from Hebrew mattayyāh (< *mattan-yāh), gift of Yahweh;; c. Nehemiah, from Hebrew nəḥemyāh, Yahweh comforted;; d. Obadiah, from Hebrew ʕōbadyāh, servant of Yahweh;; e. Tobit, from Hebrew ṭôbīyāh, my good (is) Yahweh;; f. Uriah, from Hebrew ʔûrîyāh, my light (is) Yahweh (ʔûrî, my light; see ʔwr);; g. Zechariah, from Hebrew zəkaryāh, Yahweh has remembered;; h. Zephaniah, from Hebrew ṣəpanyāh, Yahweh has hidden, Yahweh has treasured..
2. a. Hezekiah, from Hebrew ḥizqîyāh(û), my strength (is) Yahweh (see ḥzq);; b. Isaiah, from Hebrew yəšaʕyāhû, salvation of Yahweh;; c. Jeremiah, jeremiad, from Hebrew yirməyāhû, Yahweh has established;; d. Elijah, from Hebrew ʔēlîyāhû, my God (is) Yahweh (see ʔl). a-d all from Hebrew yāhû, short form of yahweh, Yahweh..
3. a. Joab, from Hebrew yôʔāb, Yahweh (is) father (see ʔb);; b. Joel, from Hebrew yôʔēl, Yahweh (is) God;; c. John, from Hebrew yôḥānān, Yahweh has been gracious;; d. Jonathan, from Hebrew yônātān, Yahweh has given (see ntn). a-d all from Hebrew yô, short form of yahweh, Yahweh..
4. a. Jehoshaphat, from Hebrew yəhôšāpāṭ, Yahweh has judged (šāpāṭ, he has judged; see ṯpṭ);; b. (i) Joshua, from yəhôšûaʕ, perhaps "Yahweh (is) lord" (*šûaʕ, lord; see ṯwʕ) or "Yahweh is salvation" (*šûaʕ, salvation; see wṯʕ);; (ii) Jesus, from Hebrew yēšûaʕ, shortening of yəhôšûaʕ, Joshua (see above). Both a and b from yəhô, short form of yahweh, Yahweh..


THE PERSONAL NAMES ABOVE ARE LISTED IN THE COLUMN BELOW:

Various short forms of Hebrew, Yahweh (see "I" above), are found mostly in personal names.

1.
Jah, from Hebrew yāh, short for yahweh, Yahweh, also appearing in the following personal names:
a. Jedidiah, from Hebrew yədîdyāh, beloved of Yahweh (see dwd);;
b. Matthew, from Hebrew mattayyāh (< *mattan-yāh), gift of Yahweh;;
c. Nehemiah, from Hebrew nəḥemyāh, Yahweh comforted;;
d. Obadiah, from Hebrew ʕōbadyāh, servant of Yahweh;;
e. Tobit, from Hebrew ṭôbīyāh, my good (is) Yahweh;;
f. Uriah, from Hebrew ʔûrîyāh, my light (is) Yahweh (ʔûrî, my light; see ʔwr);;
g. Zechariah, from Hebrew zəkaryāh, Yahweh has remembered;;
h. Zephaniah, from Hebrew ṣəpanyāh, Yahweh has hidden, Yahweh has treasured..

2.
a. Hezekiah, from Hebrew ḥizqîyāh(û), my strength (is) Yahweh (see ḥzq);;
b. Isaiah, from Hebrew yəšaʕyāhû, salvation of Yahweh;;
c. Jeremiah, jeremiad, from Hebrew yirməyāhû, Yahweh has established;; d. Elijah, from Hebrew ʔēlîyāhû, my God (is) Yahweh (see ʔl).
    a-d all from Hebrew yāhû, short form of yahweh, Yahweh..

3.
a. Joab, from Hebrew yôʔāb, Yahweh (is) father (see ʔb);;
b. Joel, from Hebrew yôʔēl, Yahweh (is) God;;
c. John, from Hebrew yôḥānān, Yahweh has been gracious;;
d. Jonathan, from Hebrew yônātān, Yahweh has given (see ntn).
    a-d all from Hebrew yô, short form of yahweh, Yahweh..

4.
 a. Jehoshaphat, from Hebrew yəhôšāpāṭ, Yahweh has judged (šāpāṭ, he has judged; see ṯpṭ);;
b. (i) Joshua, from yəhôšûaʕ, perhaps "Yahweh (is) lord" (*šûaʕ, lord; see ṯwʕ) or "Yahweh is salvation" (*šûaʕ, salvation; see wṯʕ);; (ii) Jesus, from Hebrew yēšûaʕ, shortening of yəhôšûaʕ, Joshua (see above).
    Both a and b from yəhô, short form of yahweh, Yahweh..

 

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