HEBREW WORDS OF IGBO ORIGIN

It will be very abstruse to believe easily that there could be evidences of Igbo words in the Hebrew tongue. But this is not supposed to be too exotic since the Hebrew’s were civilized by the Egyptians whom we have found above with several instances of Igbo words. In the second chapter of the book, Reminiscence: Comparative Study of World Ancient Civilization from Adam to the Peopling of Ancient Egypt, Nnaji intoned that the Hebrew did not have original tongue. Of course, instances of words belonging to other languages such as Egypt and Sumer should veritably sustain this claim.

A little part of these borrowing Nnaji notified in the Sumer civilization discussed in the third chapter of the book mentioned above. We can assert here that the borrowing might have come from the heavy influences of these two languages which also had the presence of the Igbo language. Cursorily, we can identify few words that look similar in related sound and similar meaning to Igbo from the Hebrew. It is evident that the few words below have Igbo origin:

Hebrew words
Implied Meaning
Igbo equivalents
Impied Meaning
Amar
Command
(h)amara or mara
Command
Hayah
Let there be
Haa ya
Let it be/let there be
Hayah uwr
Let there be light
Haa ya owuru
Allow it to lit
Hayawu
Name of the creating deity
Anyanwu
Sun (Igbo also take the sun as the creation deity).
Genesis
Go to the beginning
Ge n’isisi
Go to the beginning
Adamah
Formed from the soil
Adama
The man formed from the earth
Adam
The fallen man
Ada m
I have fallen

The Christian Bible recorded that hyssop (‘to cleanse’) is a Hebrew word. Our research found that the word was derived from the Sumerian word zupu (to clean). Both words can be traced back to the Igbo language. The Igbo equivalent is hisapu and sapu “to clean off” or “wash clean”. Canaanite and Hebrew words along with Sumerian ones, derive from Igbo, with several place names in Hebrew – including names of rivers and mountains. These all fall under the Semitic group of languages, leading us to conclude that Semitic languages are of Igbo extraction and that Igbo is the mother of Semitic.

Cosmic words like Greek cosmos and Gaia are both derived from Canaanite qsm and gweye respectively. These two words have the same meanings in Hebrew and in Igbo, Canaanite qsm and Igbo kwasama (Owerri dialect) both mean “to arrange outwards”; Canaanite gweye and Igbo ngwo iyi both mean “ravine of water”. Greek Gaia, derived from gweye, is the name of the ancient planet which, according to Sumerian prehistoric sources, existed several millions of years ago, and was the mother planet of all the planets in the solar system. If the Igbo language should go this far back, it becomes exponential that Igbo as a language has lasted to the days of Adam or even before him.


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