Lingvistica pe intelesul tuturor – ( 5 )

Shalom , Haverim !

Cu siguranta , nu l-ati uitat pe domnul profesor Tony Barat. Iata-l  alaturi de noi si de aceasta data – foarte importanta,  daca tinem seama ca ne mai despart doar cateva zile de Anul Nou Evreiesc ,  Rosh Ha Shanah. Asadar , ramanand in cele foarte lingvistice  , cum ne-a obisnuit  de altfel, profesorul Barat ne propune  un interesant  periplu prin determinarea istoricist – diacronica a urarilor evreiesti , impreuna cu un minunat poster,  realizat grafic de sotia sa ,  doamna arhitect Barat  : Prof. Tony Barat – Cititorilor de Noul An ( click ).
Si pentru ca domnul profesor si-a sarbatorit ziua de nastere in august , iar doamna Beatrice  in septembrie , le uram amandurora un frumos Mazel Tov ! Pentru dumnealor , si pentru toti cei care intra impreuna cu noi in Rosh Ha Shanah ,  din toata inima , cu bucurie, traditionala urare evreiasca  : Shanah Tova !

SALOM de la TONY la toti cititorii blogului Otnielei

IMPACT CONSULTING CULTURAL RESEARCH .TONY DACCRE BARAT. SC.PO.ADM.JUSTICE.Paris VIII. III.HBR.LING. POLIT.SOC.Haifa.Univ.
I. ANUL NOU EBRAIC. SEMNIFICATII:1.IN EBRAICA,IVRIT EXACT,AVEM ROS ASANA ראש השנה =RAS SNE scris =CAP,INCEPUT DE AN.COR-
-ELAT RASIT,BERESIT=INCEPUT,OBARSIE,FACEREA LUMII…EBRAICE.
II.ANUL EBRAIC INCEPE PRIMAVARA= AVIV IN MARTIE-APRILIE DE PESAH(PASTE.PAQUE.PASSOVER.CUVANT EBRAIC=TRECERE PSH )
III.TOAMNA SE SERBEAZA RECOLTA,FRUCTELE,VIA.CONTRAR LA CE SE SPUNE DE POPORUL ISRAEL IN EUROPA ,ISRAELUL MEDITERANEAN ERA UN POPOR AGRICOL,DE PASTORI,MESERIASI…SI MULTI ERUDITI.TOT POPORUL STIA CARTE.TORA SE INVATA DE LA 3-4 ANI(CARTEA,LEGEA)
IV. CALENDARUL EBRAIC SI AZI ACTUAL,EXACT.ESTE LUNAR-SOLAR.E COMUN LA TOATE POPOARELE DIN TORA(BIBLIE INEXACT.(AM ARTICOL)CALENDARUL ARAB,PERSAN,TURC.etc.si el din familia mediterana.
V. ANUL NOU LATIN …INCEPEA SI EL IN MARTIE.A FOST SCHIMBAT ULTERIOR.NOTA: ANUL NOU ORTODOX ROMAN…INCEPE IN ..SEPTEM-
-BRIE.!!!(am articol calendar,JANUS.IANUARIE)
VI. AN franceza.romana=ANO spaniol.portughez.=ANNO Italian. ANNUS,ANNAT
-US latin.Plural ANS francez si ANNUS latin anagrama . ANNUS=SUNA=ŞUNA AN IN IDIŞ = SNA,SNE exact scris = שנה =ŞANA citit =AN EBRAIC. IDEM ARABA.CUVANTUL IN IVRIT= SANE
=REPETA,INVAŢA.IN FIECARE AN..INVATAM CEVA,REPETAM,UN CICLU.
SANA ebr.=TANA aramit=INVATAT.SCHIMBA.REPETA. תנא corel ANNATUS lt
VII. MARILE DICTIONARE SPUN:
1.ETYMOLOGIE LITTRE 1873 Paris. INTERNET.tony dumin.25.09.11. ora 19.30
Provenç. an ; espagn. ano ; ital. anno ; de annus. On a rapproché annus du terme grec signifiant l’année, du dorien et aussi d’un terme laconien, comme du gothique athn, année ; mais ces rapprochements ne paraissent pas s’accorder avec l’osque amnud, équivalent de anno. Amnud appuie ceux qui disent que annus est pour am-nus, et qui y voient un radical commun aux langues celtiques : cornouail. amser ; bas-bret. amzer ; irland. am ; gaél. âm, le temps ; sanscrit, amati, même signification. L’osque amnud empêche de confondre annus, an, et annus, anneau. AN. – SYN. Ajoutez : An ne s’emploie pas en astronomie.
2.TRESOR DE LA LANGUE FRNC.
.Étymol. ET HIST. − 1. a) Mil. xie s. « unité de mesure du temps, année » (Alexis, éd. G. Paris et L. Pannier, 33a ds T.-L. : Dis e set anz… d’où 1656 bon an mal an « compensation faite des bonnes et mauvaises années » (Scarron, Rom. com., ch.
VIII, 2e part. ds Littré : Et l’on m’a assuré qu’elle portait d’ordinaire sur elle, bon an mal an, trente quintaux de chair); − 1681 bon jour bon an « salutations des premiers jours de l’année » (Sévigné, Lettre du 2 janv. 1681, éd. Monmerqué, t. 7, p. 132 : bon jour et bon an, mon cher cousin);: du temps » (Étienne Boileau, Liv. des mét., 360 ds Littré : Ceste addition fu fete en l’an de grace mil …); b) xive s. « jour de l’an » (Froissart, LI, 326, ibid. :, et devoit le dit Aimery delivrer le chasteau de Calais en icelle nuit); c) 1680 bout de l’an « anniversaire » (Sévigné, Lettre du 25 août 1680, éd. Monmerqué, t. 7, p. 39 : de).
Du lat. annus, au sens 1 a dep. Naevius, Ep., 44 ds TLL s.v., 115, 35 : septimum decimum annum ilico sedent; 1 b dep. Plaute, Cist., 755, ibid., 118, 51 : annos nata dicitur septendecim; 2 a dep. Gracchus, Orat., 46 ds Oxford Lat. dict., s.v., 136, 2e col. : his annis paucis ex Asia missus est. 25.09.11.tony ora.2300
3.LAROUSSE ETYM.PARIS 1968.pg.31.
IX ANNUS lat.JOUR DE
L’AN.NOUVEL,PREMIER DE L’AN .ANNEE=ANNATA * LAT.POPUL. 1170
4.LARS.ANCIEN.pg.29.XI.:AN=ANNUM lt.ANNNE.ANNEE.XII.AN=AM=DEUX.2. CONCLUZII.TONY::1.Europa nu se poate pune de accord pentru un cuvant comun pentru…AN??? 2. An= ano= anno= annus.= enos grec =fenos dorian= etos laconia=Athn= amnud= anno= am-nus=amser= amzer= am gaél irland= amati sanscrit
3.CUM AN=RESTUL FORMELOR FARA NICI O EXPLICATIE..PLAUZIBILA.
4.CUM AN=AMATI=AM=AMSER???!!!
5.ENOS,FENOS,ETOS…NU APAR IN LITTRE INTERNET.AM DICT.ένος έτος
PARERE PERSONALA:DACA ANNUS=ENOS=ETOS…RESTUL ANILOR
DECE NU POT SA ALATUR LA ACESTI ANI SI ANUL EBRAIC ŞANA= ŞONA IDIŞ…ADICA ANAGRAMA ANOS,ANNUS,ENOS.GRECII DEFORMAU CUVINTELE “BARBARE”SI ZICEAU…CA-S ELENE.SCRIE ..GRAUR.vezi ling.
MAI MULT ETOS=SETO=SATA שתא STA aramit=AN,ACEST=SAD sarb ACUM=ASTADI rom arhaic=ASTAZI.NOTA:IN BUCURESTI AZI,IMEDIAT…=LA ANUL!!!.NOTA:PE INTERNET GASITI SI DICT.DE DEFORMARI.VIII. INTREBARE:EBRAICII NU AU EXISTAT,NU AU AVUT SARBATORI,BUCURII DEMNE DE A FI MENTIONATE???.EUROPA CRESTINA NU VREA SA SERBEZE CU EI NIMIC…SE DUCE IN INDIA SA CAUTE ANI INRUDITI??
X..CURIOZITATE ARABA:Dict.Arb.pg.600.SANAcitit سنة SNE scris ca ebraic,citit SANA ca ebr.Varianta AM حام cu ain guttural(POPOR ebraic).
CUM AM ARAB=AM IRLANDEZ???!!EGALITATE CAZUTA DIN CER???
ANI arabi SININ=aramit scris.citit שינין, שנים .Ş(A)NIM ebraic unde N=M
SENE dict.turc.42=AN…DEFORMARE ARABA DIN EBRAICA.
XI. AN DER pg.38 ANNUS=AN macedo roman,aroman,meglenoroman.ON istroroman.Vinereanu i-l copie pe Cioranescu pg.79.Adauga HAYANA sanscrita.CIUDAT E CA…H=CH=S IN LINGVISTICA SI AVEM …SAYANA….SANAarab Ş ebraic.SENSUL SANSCRIT=FIECARE AN=COL SANA,SANA SANA,ebraic.SANA EBRAIC APARE IN EBRAICA ARAMIT IN 890 DE LOCURI IN TORA CARTEA EBRAICA CARE ESTE TEORIA LUI ISRAEL,LEGEA,DATINA LUI DEFORMATA DE EUROPA CRESTINA ACADEMICA,SI DE ISLAM CARE VEDEM CUM SE POARTA CU PROPRIUL POPOR IN TARILE ARABE AZI . EU SINCER ADMIR ROMA CATOLICA,BIZANTUL CRESTIN,ISLAMUL DIN SPANIA DAR NU POT IERTA CEI CE AU UCIS,JEFUIT SUB STEAGURI RELIGIOASE IN CARE SE INCITA LA JIHAD(RAZBOI SFANT) CU CUVINTE COPIATE DIN EBRAICA SI NUMITE ARABE-CRESTINE.(MII DE CUVINTE)
XII.AN CNAANIT SNE NOTE:1. =Σ,S,Ш ש س SI UN COPIL VEDE GREACA RUSA ESTE cnaanit-ebraica araba miscata,rotita.PRIVITI SI ARAB,EBRAIC.2.ESNE scris ebraic=ASANA citit ANUL cnaanit
anagrama =SENE AN TURC.ACUM VEDETI SI VOI CA ALFABETUL ARAMIT- CNAANIT-EBRAIC ANTIC=EUROPEAN ROTIT.
XII.IN FINAL:UN AN BUN,LA MULTI ANI PE CARE IL GASITI IN DICTIONARUL FRANCEZ CITAT.
DAR MULTI ANI FARA SA FII IN CARTEA VIETII DIVINE, FARA SA INTELEGI CE SPUNE CARTEA EBRAICA  ? SA AVETI O TOAMNA BOGATA CA UN AN NOU EBRAIC DE ALTADATA,ANTIC MEDITERANEAN SAU BUCOVINEAN MOLDOVEAN SAU DIN BARAGANUL ROMAN
P.S.:DECE AN DIFERA IN ALTE LIMBI EUROPEENE???DOAR SUNT FAMILIA INDO EUROPEANA???!!!1.RUSA,SARBO-CROATA,BULGARA etc.GOD.LET.2.ENGL.YEAR=JAHRE germ.Concise.Engl.ETM.Dict.pg.1291.GE-
-AR ,GER Angl.Sax.JAAR olanda.AR islanda.COGNATE CU(CUNOSCUTE) HO-
-OS =SEZON grec =HORA latin =ORA roman.NOTA DE COPIL:1.JIDANII DIN DOROHOI NU CONFUNDAU O ORA CU UN AN.EBRAICII ANTICI NICI VORBA.2.AR islanda=IAR,IOR idiş =AN …caci R=N…ROTACISM vezi dict. Tony, buc, unirea, sept 2011.

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13 răspunsuri la Lingvistica pe intelesul tuturor – ( 5 )

  1. Sebastian R. spune:

    Buna seara. Imi pare bine ca domnul Tony Barat a revenit pe blogul acesta. I-am citit articolele de la Lingvistica pe intelesul …. Am o intrebare pentru domnul profesor. Il rog sa-mi explice care este diferenta intre ebraica si aramaica. Am vizionat filmul lui Mel Gibson , Patimile lui Hristos , si mi-a placut foarte mult limba aramaica vorbita. multumesc. shalom.. shanah tova !

    • Sebastian R , Shalom U`vracha ! Va raspund eu la intrebare , domnul profesor mi-a comunicat telefonic raspunsul dumnealui ; el nu se simte bine , il doare chiar mana dreapta si nu poate tasta.
      Deci Aramaica este un subgrai al Limbii Ebraice – nu un grai , un subgrai. Diferenta intre Ebraica si Aramaica poate fi perceputa asemeni banalei diferente dintre Limba Romana de Bucuresti si cea de Cernauti ( un exemplu ) .
      Intr-adevar , ” The Passion of the Christ ” , inseamna o particica uman – perceptiva a Suferintelor lui Mesia. Da, o particica , pentru ca Suferintele Fiului lui Dumnezeu au fost de neimaginat.
      Aramaica suna foarte frumos, nu ma mira placerea auditiva pe care ati gustat-o atunci cand ati urmarit dialogurile din film ! Fiti binecuvantat ! Shabat Shalom !

  2. Stevan Shepard spune:

    Wou …. very interesting post… To learn languages is an amazing job. God bless you !

  3. Madi spune:

    Shalom.Ne bucuram sa-l citim din nou pe domnul profesor. La multi ani. Un an nou cu multe binecuvantari si protectie pentru poporul Israel.
    Domnul Profesor Tony Barat ne-a facut conexiuni cu toate limbile , de la cele vechi la cele noi. Dumnezeu sa-l binecuvinteze.

  4. Valentina Radu spune:

    Domnului profesor Barat un an bun si rodnic si La Multi Ani !
    Foarte interesante sunt aceste explicatii de ordin lingvistic. Domnul profesor vede limbile ca pe tabla de sah.. toate se leaga intre ele. N-am mai citit ceva atat de interesant de mult.

  5. Sima C. C. spune:

    Domnule , da nu-i treaba usoara lingvistica…. Mai ales cea comparata cum o face d-l Barat. Bravo ! Ne-ati facut o demonstratie …!

  6. Lisa spune:

    Sabat Salom . Tony dar nu te dezminti , esti mereu in cautare de comori. Adonai fie cu tine si cu Beatrice. Un an nou dulce ! Al Shana tovah !

  7. Dana spune:

    Sabat Salom .

    Multumesc Domnule profesor Tony pentru lectiile de lingvistica atat bine fondate pe firul rosu al istoriei omenirii. Dumnezeu sa va dea sanatate si un an nou bun care sa va aduca impliniri profesionale, prosperitate si fericire alaturi de sotia Dvs.

    Pentru ca suntem in plin Sabat se cuvine sa ne hranim cu Cuvantul Torei przentat de organizatia Messianic Bible .

    http://www.messianicbible.com
    Welcome to Nitzavim (You are Standing), this week’s Parsha (Torah Portion).
    Nitzavim is the Parsha which will be read in every synagogue around the world this Shabbat (Saturday). We invite you to read it along with us. We know you will be blessed!

    PARSHA NITZAVIM (You are Standing)
    Deuteronomy 29:10–30:20; Isaiah 61:10–63:9; Romans 10:1–12
    “All of you are standing [nitzavim] today in the presence of the Lord your God… You are standing here in order to enter into a covenant with the Lord your God… to confirm you this day as His people.” (Deuteronomy 29:10–13)

    The Israelites enter into covenant with God.
    Last week, in Parsha Ki Tavo, Moses instructed the Israelites concerning the laws of the tithes given to the Levites and the poor.
    This week, in Parsha Nitzavim, the Jewish People stand before God, about to enter into the covenant—a solemn oath—with Almighty God.
    Such a momentous occasion! This covenant promised that God would establish Israel as His own people and that He would be their God.
    It included everyone standing before God—from the greatest to the least—the heads of tribes, elders, officers, the men and women, the little ones, and the strangers (Deuteronomy 29: 10–11)—from that day forward for all time.
    It was so sweeping and powerful that it included those who were not present:
    “I am making this covenant, with its oath, not only with you who are standing here with us today in the presence of the Lord our God but also with those who are not here today.” (Deuteronomy 29: 14–15)
    It seems that Moses not only foresaw through the Ruach KaKodesh (Holy Spirit) future generations, but also that day when others would enter into this covenant with the God of Israel.

    A New Covenant
    God also proclaimed, through the Hebrew Prophet Yirmiyahu (Jeremiah), that He would establish a new covenant with the house of Israel and the house of Judah.
    The Torah would be in our mind and written on our hearts, and He would be our God and we would be His people. All would know Him—from the greatest to the least—and He would remember our sins no more (Jeremiah 31:31–34).
    What a wonderful covenant we have with the One True God!
    In the letter to the Ephesians, Paul, the shaliach (apostle) to the Gentiles, explains that non-Jews were formerly “excluded from citizenship in Israel and foreigners to the covenants of the promise, without hope and without God in the world.
    “But now in Messiah Yeshua (Jesus) those who once were far away have now been brought near by the blood of Messiah.” (Ephesians 2:12–14)
    Those not of Jewish birth, who have been brought into the covenant through the blood of Yeshua, are “no longer foreigners and strangers, but fellow citizens
    with God’s people and also members of his household, built on the foundation of the apostles and prophets, with Messiah Jesus himself, as the chief cornerstone.” (Ephesians 2:19–21)

    On Remaining a Covenant People
    „You yourselves know how we lived in Egypt and how we passed through the countries on the way here. You saw among them their detestable images and idols of wood and stone, of silver and gold. Make sure there is no man or woman, clan or tribe among you today whose heart turns away from the Lord our God to go and worship the gods of those nations.” (Deuteronomy 39: 16–18)
    In this Parsha, Moses cautions the Israelites to remain single-heartedly devoted to God, and not to follow after the gods of the nations they had passed through.
    Likewise, we cannot claim the privileges of the Covenant and at the same time continue to walk in the stubbornness of our own hearts, living a lifestyle of sin as those do in the world (Deuteronomy 29:18).
    The Brit Chadashah (New Testament) confirms that there is no sacrifice to cover a person who stubbornly persists in sin, even while knowing the truth of God’s Word:
    “If we deliberately keep on sinning after we have received the knowledge of the truth, no sacrifice for sins is left.” (Hebrews 10:26)

    Especially at this time, as we prepare for the fall mo’adim (appointed times) of Yom Teruah (Day of sounding the shofar/ Jewish New Year) and Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement), we need to examine our lives for any unrighteousness.

    The shofar (ram’s horn), which is the object resting on a tallit (prayer shawl),
    is blown throughout the Hebrew month of Elul in preparation for the High Holy
    Days, which begin this Sunday night with Rosh HaShanah (New Year), also
    called Yom Teruah (The Day of Blowing the Shofar).

    Captivity and Curses: Why has God Done This?
    „When such a person hears the words of this oath, he invokes a blessing on himself and therefore thinks, ‘I will be safe, even though I persist in going my own way.’ This will bring disaster on the watered land as well as the dry.” (Deuteronomy 29:19)
    Moses warns the Israelites that those who turn away from God and persist in following their own ways will experience God’s wrath. He will not forgive them, their names would be blotted out, and the curses written in the Torah will fall upon them. (Deuteronomy 29:20)
    „The Lord will single him out from all the tribes of Israel for disaster, according to all the curses of the covenant written in this Book of the Law.” (Deuteronomy 29: 21)
    Moses warns in this Parsha that so great would be the destruction to the Land because of the sin of following after our own ways and the gods of the nations that the whole land would lay desolate and barren like Sodom and Gomorrah.
    Indeed, just as foretold, this happened.
    And just as predicted, the nations have asked, “Why has the Lord done this to this land? Why this fierce burning anger?” (Deuteronomy 29:24)
    The bitter answer is always the same: “It is because this people abandoned the covenant of the Lord, the God of their fathers, the covenant He made with them
    when He brought them out of Egypt.” (Deuteronomy 29:25)

    The Return to the Promised Land
    „They went off and worshiped other gods and bowed down to them, gods they did not know, gods He had not given them. Therefore the Lord’s anger burned against this land, so that He brought on it all the curses written in this book. In furious anger and in great wrath the Lord uprooted them from their land and thrust them into another land, as it is now.” (Deuteronomy 29: 26-27)
    Because of Israel’s sin, the Lord, in righteous anger, wrath and indignation, uprooted the Israelites out of their land and scattered them throughout the earth to become the ‘wandering Jews’ in every nation.
    The good news, however, is that our God is merciful. He doesn’t hold onto His anger forever, and He even promised through Moses that one day the children of Israel would return to God (Deuteronomy 30: 1–10).
    He would turn things around for Israel, and bring them back to the Promised Land.
    “I will be found by you, says the Lord, and I will turn again your captivity, and I will gather you from all the nations, and from all the places where I have driven you, says the Lord; and I will bring you again to the place from where I caused you to be carried away captive.” (Jeremiah 29:14)
    When the Lord personally brings each of us out of our captivity, it is a miracle of freedom! We are filled with joy and we can sing of the mercies of the Lord.
    “When the Lord brought back the captivity of Zion, we were like those who dream. Then our mouth was filled with laughter, and our tongue with singing.” (Psalm 126:1–2)

    Now that the Jewish People have regained control of Jerusalem, they are
    finally free once again to pray at the Western (Wailing) Wall. As a retaining
    wall for the Temple Mount, upon which the Holy Temple was situated, it is
    Judaism’s most sacred site, apart from the Temple Mount itself.

    The Lord Has Done Great Things
    These days, the nations no longer look at the desolate, barren land in Israel and think of the terrible wrath of the Lord poured out upon the Land and people.
    Now the nations have witnessed the amazing miracles that God has performed – the deserts are blooming like the Garden of Eden and the Jewish people are coming home.
    Anyone can see that God has done great things for Israel. It’s prophecy fulfilled!
    Today, it’s said among the nations, “The Lord has done great things for them. The Lord has done great things for us, and we are glad.” (Psalm 126:3)
    God’s wonderful promises for Israel are coming to pass before our very eyes!
    He has restored the land to fruitfulness and is bringing His people back from all four corners of the earth. Every day Jews emigrate from the nations of the world back here to their Jewish homeland.

    Jews living in the Diaspora were never meant to find comfort and security there. They were meant to be secure in their own land.
    It’s a sign of divine punishment that God’s people live outside the Land, and the prophet Ezekiel said it brings shame to God’s name.
    “But when they were scattered among the nations, they brought shame on my holy name. For the nations said, ‘These are the people of the Lord, but He couldn’t keep them safe in His own land!’ Then I was concerned for My holy name, on which My people brought shame among the nations.” (Ezekiel 36:20–21)

    The Lord promised in this Parsha and through the Hebrew prophets to bring the Jewish People back to the land He promised them.
    While the largest influx of Jews returning to Israel was from Europe after the Holocaust, and Northern Africa as well as other Arab countries, they also came en masse from Russia and Ethiopia. Now, many are returning home from the United States.
    “But you, mountains of Israel, will produce branches and fruit for my people Israel, for they will soon come home… and I will cause many people to live on you—yes, all of Israel. The towns will be inhabited and the ruins rebuilt.” (Ezekiel 36:8–11)

    Blessing Comes Through Holding Fast to the Lord
    “I call heaven and earth to witness against you today, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and curse. Therefore choose life so that you and your offspring may live, loving the Lord your God, obeying His voice and holding fast to Him, for He is your life and length of days….” (Deuteronomy 30:19–20)
    One of the highlights of this Parsha is the promise of a life of blessing through remaining faithful to God.
    Our life is in the Lord our God, and if we will listen to His voice and hold fast to Him, then He will bless us and the generations that come after us.
    The Hebrew word for hold fast comes from the root word for glue (dabaq). We need to stick to the Lord like glue!

    Haftarah (Prophetic Portion)
    „For Zion’s sake I will not keep silent, for Jerusalem’s sake I will not remain quiet, till her righteousness shines out like the dawn, her salvation like a blazing torch.” (Isaiah 62: 1)
    Today’s Haftarah (prophetic portion of Scripture) is the seventh and final Haftarot of consolation, which began with Tisha B’Av and ends with Rosh HaShanah.
    In this Parsha, Isaiah declares that he will not keep silent until Zion receives a new name from the Lord, and God makes Jerusalem a praise in the earth.
    “You will be called by a new name that the mouth of the Lord will bestow. … No longer will they call you Deserted [Azuva], or name your land Desolate [Sh’mamah]. But you will be called Hephzibah [My delight is in her], and your land Beulah [Married].” (Isaiah 62:2–4)
    To that end, God sets watch on the walls of Jerusalem.

    Shabbat Shalom and Chag Sameach (Happy Holidays on this coming Rosh HaShannah which starts in a couple of days) — from all of our Bibles For Israel staff!

    „The Lord will send a blessing on your barns and on everything you put your hand to. The Lord your God will bless you in the land He is giving you.” (Deuteronomy 28:8)

  8. Karen Charsky spune:

    Schalom. Wonderful !!!!! It s a very intersting show about hebrew language and the other languages on the earth… Bless you Otniella and all of you this site. Shannah Tovah ! A blesed year from God !

  9. Anca Gore spune:

    Ganduri frumoase domnului profesor Tony pentru darul de la Dumnezeu de a scormoni in limbile pamantului si a ne aduce frumoase descoperiri din lingvistica. Un an evreiesc cu multe binecuvantari. Sa traiasca mereu Israel inaintea Domnului !

  10. Fredy indraznetul spune:

    Salutari domnului Tony de anul nou evreiesc. Sunt un cititor fidel al articolelor domniei sale…Dumnezeu sa-i dea sanatate si sa-i inscrie numele in Cartea vietii. Sanah tova !

  11. Shabat Shalom, Prieteni ! Fiti binecuvantati cu totii pentru participarea la acest topic dedicat Lingvisticii, la care domnul profesor Tony Barat isi aduce atat de frumos si meritat aportul. Fiti sigur ca domnia sa se bucura de toata afectiunea cu care il inconjurat si acum , la inceput de An. Urarile Dvs ii bucura sufletul.
    Adonay Elohim sa va ocroteasca in fiecare zi , pe drumul vietii ! EL DOMNESTE ! Fie ca toate numele care viziteaza acest blog sa fie scrise in Cartea Vietii Mieluselui Rascumparator – Yeshua Ben Ha Elohim.

    • Dear Friends, Karen Charsky and Stevan Shepard ! Welcome this topic dedicated to Language Research. Hope the professor Barat presentation is interesting for you. We are very glad you are with us this site, sharing the same Grace an Love in our Lord Yeshua Ha Mashiach. Praised be His Name forever. May The Ruach Ha Kodesh fill your life with joy.
      Be blessed from Zion, any day of your life.

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