Cybalist Egg(b)eaters


I am led, by various considerations, to hypothesize that the earliest form behind *o:u(a), egg, was *wawaH(a)

Except that it's not *o:u(a), but rather *o:wyo-. *h2, actually, if this is indeed a derivative of *h2ewi- 'bird'.

Maybe it would be interesting to cast a look into the Cyba-Cavelist yard and see what the people are chewing there at the moment. They are just discussing which one came to earth first, an Egg or a Hen? One Cave-explorer says that H3en must be older than wawaHa, while other claims it is H2en. Obviously, they are both agree that egg (*o:u(a:) or *o:wyo-) is younger than Hen and they only have to solve which Hen (H1, H2, H3) birthed Egg.

My Xur-Bel-Gon speech formula is telling me that the basis Gon-Bel-Gon is the "originator" of the word egg (Serb. jaje, jajce). Of course, Cyba-Cave "experts" will say it is not possible and a "sound mind" will repeat their words. Those expert "know" that nothing reasonable can be found out of their Cyba-Cave-Larynx-Digger-List.

Final decision is being brought by the chieftain Cyba-Cave guru who concludes this senselees inter-cave-larynx-shoveling dispute:

But *h2o:wj-o- is a bit unlikely (why the long *o:?), so the word may be something like *o-h2wj-o- instead (with Rasmussen's O-fix?).

Namely, it is not *h2o:wj-o- but *o-h2wj-o-! Although the Pope is no more a Pole Cyba-Cave spiritual leader is still considered infallible.

I understand why Cyba-Cave-experts are unable to find the exit opening and cannot get out into the fresh air. They have no light down there, they are living in a dreamland, gloomy dreamland.

Interesting, egg has been born from the same basis from which sprang the sky, heaven and eard. Egg is compared to oblak; i.e. to gn/oblak the form that gave birth not only to oblak (cloud) but also to nebo (sky) and zemlja (earth). These three "elements" are having the round form (Serb. oblo; from gn/oblo). Egg is round (Serb zaobljeno /round/) but it is also zemljano (earthly).

Gon-Bel-Gon basis; i.e. gnoblak or goblak, beside G/nobility "wombed" apple and ovum, Serbian ovojnica (placenta) and Czech vejce (egg). How then it happened that jaje and egg sound so differently from ovum although their appeared from the same source. Here we have to call Serbian kajgana (scrambled eggs) for help: kabljgana => kaljgana => kajgana => hajgana => jajgana => jajèana (of egg) => jajce (egg).

I hope, now even the Great-Cyba-Cave-Guru would be able to grasp where the words egg, jaje, jajce und vejce were derived from.

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The process of the development of the IE languages is much simpler than those paradigms that the modern linguistic science is trying to present as an acme of "wiseness". If you could understand how Czech vejce is related to placenta (Serbian plahta, plašt; from obleka cloth; Gr. πλατος plane surface; πλακοεις flat) via the adjective vejcovitý (ovoid) Serbian ovojnica (placenta) and ovum, ovi; i.e. that oval is related to plain and flat because the both meanings are coming from the same ur-basis, you are on a good way to realize the main principles on which IE languages were developed.

For instance, English word please is derived from the same basis as all the above words; please is related to Latin placeo and placidus as well as it is related to the Serbian adjective blag, blažen (placid, quiet, gentle). Of course, English please is not directly related to Serbian oblak (cloud), but indirectly and with a few (understandable) semantic aberrations it is: Serbian blizu (close) and blizina (nearness, closeness; Czech blízko) are not directly related to Serbian bulazniti/poludeti (to get crazy) or Czech blázen (fool, crackpot 😉 but indirectly it also came from Bel-Gon basis: from oblaganje (linen, coating, clothing) => bliženje (getting closer as cloud do to the sun); on the other side this oblaganje (bliženje) and oblak causes the well known weather deterioration and a strong pulse (ex-plosions; Serb. is-pucati from is-pulk-); i.e. the thundering wheref Serbian buka (noise; from blkanje => bukanje), vikanje (shouting; Serb. viče he shouts) and Latin vox vocis (voice) were born…

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