|Mon 9 Feb 2009 10:40 From: |
Thank you for sharing your findings.
you are right in most sence..
Marseille> MARA_SI_LI_YA ,means > A living place near seaside.
MARA> A place where god-RA lives > SEA/from Phonecians
( MA is for mahalle in tьrkish )
SI> place,as in city> SI_TA_YA> a living place at far,
LI > light > light of houses > living > LI_ving,
YA > Yasam (in turkish) > life...
MA,RA,SI,LI,YA are all originaly root or beter say pro-turkish meanings..
By the way...:
BYE-BYE > BA_YA-BA_YA is originaly a root-turkish oriented word..:
BA is for to go ( BA> Basmak,gitmek) in turkish,
YA is for life=yasam(in tr.)as before mentioned..
BA_YA > BYE means GO_in_LIFE, ie. go_in_healthy ,
a purely pro-turkish originated word..
NIAGARA > NI_a_GA_RЭ > blue coloured big rock,in tr.
remember river NIL > NI_LI > blue lighted, in egypt..
and many others..
sorry, if I have disturbed you,
best wishes for all....... |
Since there are too many linguistic interpretations, I suggest that you share your knowledge with people who work in that area. We have examples, like Zelenchuk Inscription, that read the same text in four different languages belonging to three language families, seems that there is little what can't be in good faith scientifically interpreted in any language, be it IE, Altaic, or Marsian. I wish you follow on on your explorations, good luck |