Throughout European history the BaNI IMINI [banee eemeenee] (Benjamites) have been infamous for being wolf-like killers and looters—as well as wolf-slayers. This is reflected in words in at least five major European languages; these words have the letter "a" between the letters "b" and "n" indicating that the "e" in the Modern Jewish Hebrew name "Ben" is erroneous. The ScripTUREs say that BaNIMIN [baneemeen] (Benjamin) is a wolf: tearing to pieces, who devours and divides loot (BaRaASHIT Genesis 49:27).
CLV BaRaASHIT Genesis 49:27 "Benjamin is a wolf, tearing to pieces. In the morning he'll devour further, and in the evening he'll apportion the loot."
1) English a) bane = noun: killer, murderer slayer, cause of misery or death-an affliction or curse; b) wolfsbane= calque (equivalent) of Ancient Greek lukoktonon ("wolf I-kill"): derived from the English word "bane".
2) Romanian bani = noun: the plural form of money("ban").
3) Norwegian bane = noun: a death by murder.
4) Icelandic bani = noun: killer, bane, slayer.
5) Manx bane = adjective: white, blank, pallid.
Article Last Updated Jan 6, 2012.
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