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  • #11
    Re: Hebrew words inside the Armenian language

    Originally posted by Artashes View Post
    I'm struggling to make some points clear, so try again.

    The story of Hayk says ... And he left and went back to his original land (I paraphrase).
    Which means he came there from Hay. The story doesn't say when he left Hayastan and went south. It doesn't say how long he was there.
    The story clearly states Bellus was a giant. Not as prominently stated but also clearly stated, so was Hayk.
    The distance in time between this story and the original small settlements between two raging rivers (because flood water were still subsiding) is very long.
    There were no j-ews in Shumer, only Semites (Shemites).
    The Semitic language and our language still retain -- something -- from how Noah -- spoke.
    That was both of ours base language.
    I'm sorry, but your posts contain many errors. The most noticeable one is that you claim that "There were no xxxs in Shumer, only Semites", which is a laughable statement. J-ews speak a Semitic language, thus they are "semites", which is a word we don't use anymore in the everyday English language, as it is related to obstolete German racial theories from the 19th century.

    PS. The word "j-ews" is censored? That's ridiculous, sorry.

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    • #12
      Re: Hebrew words inside the Armenian language

      Originally posted by Vitilsky View Post
      I'm sorry, but your posts contain many errors. The most noticeable one is that you claim that "There were no xxxs in Shumer, only Semites", which is a laughable statement. J-ews speak a Semitic language, thus they are "semites", which is a word we don't use anymore in the everyday English language, as it is related to obstolete German racial theories from the 19th century.

      PS. The word "j-ews" is censored? That's ridiculous, sorry.
      Think your your mistaken. Perhaps you've misread what I wrote.
      In the earliest days of Shumer there were Semites . The word j-ew comes from the offspring of Abraham that was called j-uda. No Semite in the early days of Shumer referred to themselves as such because that line hadn't started yet. Not one j-ew in Shumer.
      I say nothing more than this ... If one looks at the accumulation of water left by the two verifiable floods that took place starting about 10,000 years ago, one sees the highlands as the first to become habitable.
      If one follows the flood waters as they recede, one sees the original highland inhabitants movements.
      Shemites & Japhites started from the highlands and started with the same language.
      HARK

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      • #13
        Re: Hebrew words inside the Armenian language

        Originally posted by Vitilsky View Post
        I'm sorry, but your posts contain many errors. The most noticeable one is that you claim that "There were no xxxs in Shumer, only Semites", which is a laughable statement. J-ews speak a Semitic language, thus they are "semites", which is a word we don't use anymore in the everyday English language, as it is related to obstolete German racial theories from the 19th century.

        PS. The word "j-ews" is censored? That's ridiculous, sorry.
        Nice that you posted....you should post more often as a old member.
        I also agree with you as to why the word 7ew is censored.
        B0zkurt Hunter

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        • #14
          Re: Hebrew words inside the Armenian language

          Originally posted by Eddo211 View Post
          Nice that you posted....you should post more often as a old member.
          I also agree with you as to why the word 7ew is censored.
          Anytime bro.

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