The three first letters of both the English word "TRUmpet" and the ancient Hebrew word "TRUOE" (core letters, but said as TaRUOE) are the same. This is NOT a coincidence. The English word "trumpet" has evolved directly from the ancient Hebrew word TaRUOE. In fact, over 70% of English words have Hebrew roots, and there are many words in English that are the same as ancient Hebrew. This is because the English alphabet and language has been primarily shaped by seven sets of Hebrew peoples who migrated to the British Isles.
"TRUOE" means "blast" and is said as "TaRUOE" (ta-roo-oh-eh). TaRUOE is the word used in the phrase "IUM TaRUOE", which means the Day of Trumpets", or, more accurately, the Day of Blasting.
English From Old French (in this Case)
To start with, the English word trumpet comes from the old French word "trompette" which means mini-trompe. A trompe was a large, long, tube-like musical instrument.
Online Etymology Dictionary Definition of the English Word "Trumpet"
c.1300, from Old French trompette "trumpet," diminutive of trompe (see trump (n.2)). The verb is recorded from 1530; fig. sense of "to proclaim, extol" is attested from 1581.
Old French from Old High German and Old Norse
Next, the word "trompe" came from the Old High German "trumpa" and Old Norse "Trumba".
O.H.G. Old High German, the ancestor of the modern literary German language, spoken in the upland regions of Germany; German language as written and spoken from the earliest period to c.1100.
O.N. Old Norse, the Norwegian language as written and spoken c.100 to 1500 C.E., the relevant phase of it being "Viking Norse" (700-1100), the language spoken by the invaders and colonizers of northern and eastern England c.875-950. This was before the rapid divergence of West Norse (Norway and the colonies) and East Norse (Denmark and Sweden), so the language of the vikings in England was essentially the same, whether they came from Denmark or from Norway. Only a few of the loan words into English can be distinguished as being from one or the other group.
Old High German and Old Norse from Paleo Hebrew
Online Etymology Dictionary Definition of English Word "Trump"
"trumpet," 1297, from Old French.Fr. trompe "long, tube-like musical wind instrument" (12c.), cognate with Prov. tromba, It. tromba, all probably from a Gmc. source (cf. Old High.German. trumpa and Old Norse trumba "trumpet"), of imitative origin.
Old High German and Old Norse was spoken by the descendants of exiled ISHaRaALites (Hebrews), and were called Scythians for a period. Old High German was mainly spoken by Scythians of the Northern House of ISHaRaAL, whereas Old Norse was mainly spoken by the the Scythians from the tribe of BaNIMIN, who either 1) had accompanied the Northern House into Assyrian exile (the BaNIMINIM were Southern Housers) (around 722 BCE), or 2) left the Land of ISHaRaAL just after the coming of IEUESHUO (about 1950 years ago). These BaNIMINIM (Benjamites) were known as Normans or Norse-Men. Their two languages, as a result, were practically identical.
"[A] portion of Benjamin was also to be found within the area of the Northern Kingdom and these must have shared the fate of their fellow Israelites who were exiled by the Assyrians. Archaeological findings from the city of Mari on the Euphrates River in Northern Syria revealed inscriptions that spoke of the Banu-Yamina (Benjamin) people in that area" Yair Davidy, The Tribes (emphasis added).
The Scythians were the last of seven groups of Hebrew settlers to Britain (from ~500-1060 AD).
After being in Assyria these ISHaRaALite settlers migrated to Britain via the Southern Steppes of Russia and Northern and Central Europe (including Germany).
Most of the Scythians moved to Britain from Germany in ca 500 AD, where they were called Anglo-Saxons (Isaac-Sons or Sac-Sons). They bought the "Old High German" with them.
The Normans (aka Norse-men) however bought the "Old Norse" to the UK, They were the last major wave of Hebrews to arrive to the British Isles (ca 1066 AD) and were of the same stock as the Saxons, even though commonly in history books the Normans are differentiated from the Anglo-Saxons. This is only due to relative times of arrival for each groups.
Paleo Hebrew from Ancient Hebrew
During the period from the return of the ISHaRaALites to the Promised Land from Egypt, to The Rule of King DUID (David) the ancient Hebrew pictographic alphabet turned into the Paleo Hebrew alphabet (the Ancient Hebrew alphabet is not the same as the Paleo Hebrew alphabet - ancient is older). This is because the people of ISHaRaAL turned to worship the host of the heavens and each Paleo Hebrew letter can be seen in the constellations, whereas Ancient (Pictographic) Hebrew letters are of objects that can be seen from Earth.
The word TRUmpet is very similar to TaRUOE because Westerners, who are light skinned and speak English are the ancestors of the man ISHaRaAL (Israel) / IOQAB (Jacob).
Article Last Updated Sep 6, 2010.
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