By Mehmet Kurtkaya, Published on September 05, 2019
PART V: Is it the Caucasus mountains or the Taurus / Zagros ? Indo-European Homeland Proven!
PART IV: English, Greek, Latin and other Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish
PART III: Sun and sky worship, its linguistic implications, the Bull cult and the words for Ox, Cow and Taurus
PART II: Incontrovertible proof: Water, Father, and Mother: Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish.
PART I: Original Homeland of the Indo-Europeans
- Major genetics news (March 2019) from Spain! Science has beaten history books once more, and the results fully support my theories, books and articles on the origin of Indo-European languages! The spread of Indo-European languages: genetic evidence, haplogroup info suggests Sumerian and Hurrian origins With special emphasis on the linguistic affiliations of Haplogroup J and R1b who migrated with J.
Etymology of the word Aequus meaning same in LatinIn his very short blog post two Latin words, Uzunbacakadem analyzes two Latin words "aequus" and "secundus" and connects them with the Turkish word for two "eki" which became "iki". The blog post has great observations but has mistakes that need to be corrected.
Both of these Latin words "aequus" and "second" sound familiar to English speakers as they are the origins of the English words "equal" and "second" respectively.
His first construction is wrong and sounds like "junk shot" used in oil industry. His second is correctly constructed but lacks meaning and historic basis. While his observations are great, his analysis is largely incompetent because he does not rely on any method.
I will use Sun Language Theory. (Related, see: horse and water).
Etymology of the Latin word which is the basis of English equal, Italian equo-, Portuguese équo- is listed in Wiktionary as of unknown origins.
In his blog post Uzunbacakadem mentions that in "Vergleichendes Wörterbuch der Indogermanischen Sprachen" German author August Fick suggests that the indogerman word "aiko-s" means "the one" and "the same, the equal" and derived from Sanscrit "eka", meaning "the one" and "the same, the equal", too."
That's spot on! The Latin word "aequus" is related to Sanskrit "eka" which means "one".
It is connected to Turkish "iki" which means "two" says Uzunbacakadem based on "two" and "twin" and "iki" and "ikiz" establish sameness. That's plain wrong. Although one and same is "one and same", this does not hold for "two"!
Yet, Turkish "iki" is still connected to Sanskrit "eka" (one) and hence to Latin "aequus" (same)! So, his reasoning is wrong but he made an important observation. This correspondance (Sanskrit eka vs. Turkish iki) can only be explained via Sun Language Theory.
Important side note: Turkish words iki (two) and ikiz (twin) are connected through "us/uz" which have a similar counterpart in Indo-European "us", English us, plural marker -s, or simply -s. That's a deep connection between two languages and that's not related to our current subject.
"Aequus" should be written as "Ağ+eku+us" per Sun Language Theory rules that I have proven. -us is the known Indo-European marker and "ağ" is the "h" that is known from centum/satem correspondance and also from the
the regular correspondence of the initial h- in Greek to the initial s- in Latin. Note that the Greek -h was Turkish "ğ" just like Hittite "h breve". I had already established regular correspondance of "Uğ" vs. "Us".
Note "eku" in "Ağ+eku+us" is equivalent to Sanskrit "eka" and Turkish "iki". More importantly observe the construction of the word "ağ"+" the root of the word+"us". One should always compare both suffixes and roots as well as the end results from the addition of the words.
Etymology of the word "secundus" meaning second in LatinHere, his observation and construction is correct but historical meaning and rule based correspondance must be established per Sun Language Theory.
"Ikindi" means second in Turkish. (Ikindi=Ekindi=Ekundu via u>i. Old Turkish Ekinti with a "t"!)
Latin "Secundus" is the same word simply formed by adding "us" as suffix and prefix. "Us+"Ekundu"+"us"= Sekundus.
Very importantly, remark that Turkish "ikindi" (second) derives from iki (two) through addition of the -nd suffix. That suffix is very important as I have shown in in pre-Greek names -nthos, -ssos, and -sos.
The migration of the people from Iran/Anatolia to Greece and Italy is a known genetic reality starting as early as 3000 BC and ongoing until the Roman Republic period (pre-Empire!) in multiple waves.
Hence the regular correspondance of Turkish -nt with pre-Greek -nthos and Latin -undus is seen here as well.
"iki" is related to Turkish "iyi" (good, well), Greek "eu" and they all derive from "Ağu"! A regular correspondance in "edğü" (iyi) is found as in ud/sun and öğle/noon which is an important marker for ancient sound changes per Sun Language Theory.
I did not explore Sumerian word for eye "igi" to Turkish "iki" (two) but the connection of Sumerian "iği" to English "eye", French "oeil" is certain.
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Origin and Spread of Languages on Eurasian Map based on Genetics Research and my books as of May 2019. The world's first known language Sumerian was favorably compared to many linguistic families in Eurasia and America. Comparing ancient Sumerian migration routes constructed from ancient genome studies to these languages will give the opportunity to trace back world languages to a common language spoken some 20000 years ago. read more
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Sun Language TheoryTurkish academics say whatever the West tells them to say and there are too few people interested in history or languages in Turkey.
After Ataturk's death in 1938, Western propaganda arms told people in Turkey: "Nothing to see here, go find your written history records in Asia." And everyone in Turkey obeyed because, maybe except a few people out of tens of millions, there was no real Ataturkist in Turkey back then, just like today.
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