Compiled Albanian Language


It would be interesting to see if Abdulah would be able to explain the origin of the Albanian word 'kolibe' (hut, Serb. koliba; Ukr. kolyba). In Serbian, this word clearly come from the adverb 'okolo' (round) and the verb 'biti' (beat, strike). Serbian 'glib' (mud) is the first material used in the hut construction. Albanian 'baltë' seems to be a clear-cut borrowing from the Serbian ('blato' mud). 'Koliba' was made of 'GLIB' as 'palata' (palace, Alb. palatt) was "upraised" from 'BLATA'.

Albanian "rule" is 'ZAKON', the same word which in Serbian means "rule", "law", "custom". In fact, Serbian ZAKON originated from the reduplicated GON syllable in the similar way as it happened to other Serbian words as 'kuća' (home), 'konak' (hostel), ZAGONITI (drive something behind someone's back), ZAKUĆITI (SKUĆITI, economize, husband). Of course, there are hundreds of other words with the same ancestral history, for instance Serb. ISKATI (eng. ask). All what had been ISKAZANO (told, agreed by talks) became later the part of written or custom law (ZAKON) and anyone who would dare to break such law should be subjected to punishment (Serb. KAZNA).

The modern Albanians are trying to prove that Albanian is the descendant of ancient (extinct) Illyrian language. The fervent 'dëshirë' (desire, Lat. desidere) of the Albanian scientists to prove impossible is understandable and their young fiery (Alb. 'zjarrtë', Serbian žariti, žarovit; ra-zjariti to rage; RA-ZJAREN choleric, angry; Serb. ŽAR > Alb. ZJARR) national zealotry, but it looks enormously ridiculous when some West-European scientists are trying to help the Albanian colleagues to build the miraculous linguistic castle between earth and sky. I think that the Albanian MJEGULL (Serb. MAGLA fog) should be dispersed (Alb. shpërthej, Ger. sprengen, Serb. prsnuti. isprskati, brz, prognati, pregnuti, spregnuti) in order to see the fundament (Alb. themeloj < Serb. temelj) of Albanian languages, which has been completely made of Greek, Latin and Serbian vocabulary and a few words Shqiptar have brought from their old Caucasian land.

I hoped that the descendant of the old Illyrian tribes would have the theory how it happened that "Illyro-Shqiptar" language borrowed so many Slavic (Serbian) words. I was wrong, obviously.
He, he…
Alb. kastravec (cucmber), metathesis from the Serbian 'krastavac' Sometimes the Albanian loan-words are so garbled and deformed that it make almost impossible to see where they really came from.
For instance, who would say that Albanian 'drejtim' is related to the Latin 'directus'?; or the Albanian 'shekull' (century) to the Greek κύκλος (L.L. 'cyclus');
Albanian 'mbresë' (scar) sprung from the nasalised Serbian 'obrezati' (cut, circumcize; obrez > oMbrez; similar Alb. ëmbël nicely, from Italian 'bello'):
Albanian adjective 'përzhitur' (scorched) from the Serbian 'pržiti' (scorch);
Albanian 'këngëtar' (singer) from the Latin ,canto';
in Albanian 'motër' is 'sister'!!! (Serbian 'mater' mother);
Albanian 'shpërlaj' (rinse) from the Serbian ispirati, isprati, ispralo se, prati, pranje (wash out, rinse);
Albanian 'rrënjë' (root) from the Serbian 'ko-renje' (roots);
Albanian 'djal' (devil) from the Serbian 'đavo-l' (Serb. dialectal
'đavl');
Albanian 'rradhë' (row) from the Serbian 'red' (raw, order);
Albanians are well-known weapon admirers, but they are still using the
Serbian word for the gun (pushkë); from the Serbian verb 'pucati'
(puknuti, puci explode; puška gun);
Albanian 'gardh' (hedge) from the Serbian 'ograda' (fence): 'bregore'
(hillock) from Serbian 'breg' (hill);
For instance, how to understand the Albanian word 'padurim'
(impatience) where the Latin 'duratus' is well visible?

I know that Konjushevic will remain silent again and I wrote this only to show some Western scientists that the "Sqiptar-Illyrian" story is the most ridiculous fiction and a myth for the unripe, uneducated and naive, half idiotic people.

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