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Etymology of Earth

By Mehmet Kurtkaya, Published on October 8, 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.

The words "foot" and Turkish "ayak" sound completely different, but can they be related? The answer : Words for foot and leg in world languages

etymology of daughter, milker, child, tribe, family, clan

Etymology of the word "earth"

In Wiktionary, etymology of the word "earth" is connected to PIE root constructed as: h₁er-.

"Of unknown origin. Possibly a late West Central Indo-European dialectal word.

Within Nostratic framework derived from Proto-Nostratic *ʔer-a (“earth, ground”) (Bomhard 2015) or *ʔarV̄ (“earth, land, place”) (Dolgopolsky)

with cognates such as:

Proto-Afro-Asiatic *ʔ[e]r-t͜ɬ’ (“earth, ground”): Proto-Semitic *ʾarṣ́-, West Chadic *HVrit͜ɬ’- (“earth”), East Chadic *ʔirt͜ɬ’- (“valley”). Dravidian: Kannada [script needed] (ere, “black soil”), Telugu రేగడ (rēgaḍa), రేగడి (rēgaḍi, “clay”), (prefixed forms of గడ్డ (gaḍḍa, “clod”)) "

It is listed as of unknown origins but similar words exist in other languages hence a Nostratic root is suggested.

There is a much simpler and straighforward solution, Turkish "yer" found in Orhun scripts, which means "land, ground". It matches in sound and meaning.

Turkish word "kır" means meadow and is related to "yer" in sound and meaning.

And there is "kara" which means "land" but also has another meaning: black! Compare with Dravidian "ere" "black soil" (Turkish kara toprak).

There is more. Sumerian word for meadow is "agar". And Sumerian word "kur" means "land".

There is one more word, "yurt", which is also pretty close to the English "earth" which means not only tent but also the land where one stays, which later meant country.

As you can see, four Turkish words, "yer","kır","kara" and "yurt", and two Sumerian words "agar" and "kur" match the PIE root and the proto-Nostratic root perfectly. This is more evidence than you can find in any other language. It's hard to find such strong connections in etymology.

There is even more, "yuru" mean to "walk". Moreover, "sur/suru" means to drag, dragging (feet), and animal horde.

Let us note that Sumerian is the oldest language in record, dating to 3000-2500 BC.

With all the above information from Sumerian and Turkish we can easily construct the original sound as "Uğur" (later Ağar) from which "yer", "kur", "kır", "agar", "kara", "yurt" derive, same as h₁er- and similar to Proto-Nostratic *ʔer-a.

As to the ending "t" it was a plural marker in Old Turkish and "Ut" meant "fire/sun" in Turkish/Sumerian.

Spread of Languages
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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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