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Eureka: 足 日 手 是 . The ancient people were very global. Their language was mixed from what is available today. Actually our language is mixed from those. They were lesser in number and gradually split and remixed. They had Greek, elements of Older English, Indian, Chinese, Japanese etc all mixed, as many languages were available got mixed. Here is how they defined Leg. 足 {called ashi which is Japanese, this comes from Pashi or Pasthere, Payar/Pasar, Pisudhir etc. } It has a small pi. A T (or E?) and a sun {square which is a kuar+suar = square/squir. } So you see pisudhir = pi+suir. The dhi is just heavy-tone of sui/shi. Its a great mixing, very symmetrical. If sui represents kei or hei = sun then sui can also represent water because water and fire come from Sun’s energy. Su and Ku therefore are sun or square, as a square is a circle when rotated. The ir similarly can represent each of them, sun, square, mouth, leg, water, shadow, flame …. {which is why inkei means shadow of kei = sun, this is how comes India, India is Inkei = Anga and in both Japanese and Indian: it means what it means Linga=younga=ganga = Anga=inkei=lind=link=lund … etc now you can see what srilanka means it means lanka=inkei of Sri=star/sun/people} Now back: The T is apart of the big/capital Pi. It represents either hand or legs. Because in T the bars are joijed as in Leg, or part of capital pi =T, as are hands, not joined but like a capital Pi. The square represents sun but here people, because sun will now be represented by a bar to differentiate from people. (日, called bi/hi goes into helion, lion is light+shadow) So you see small pi is leg and capital Pi cut into 1/2 is hands. For obvious topology. Also the T which is 1/2 of Pi = hands then has two bars to represent 2 hands. 手. But this time its a j and not a T exactly, perhaps because more precise phonetics, might have come from Tze = Te/Ze. So called Te in Japanese. but written as ze= J. Also see it could be TJe = Tjie. This is also connected to haste, Indian for hands and elephant. Hand comes from Ha+TSe where Ha is sun, therefore person. But elephant comes from Jou = Gou = kou {Ikou, gamana etc} So Indian Gaja = elephant comes from jaja = go-go. Which then becomes JaGa=Lord/World/Kingdom, {synagogue = sayana-jaga = sleeping Lord, shadowy Lord=protective Lord = Tsyio Nut) So Hand actually is jand also. {But alternations make all 26 letters a candidate} 是: this one is said ZE? represents eternity. Has the leg and sun {so ze = she, shi, hi etc}. Perhaps represents “as long as we are walking under sun”. Why the extra bar? under. The earliest evidence of underscore. English was deeply mixed into Asiatic language since as soon as en 5th century. Which is where comes Greek symbols and words. {eg remember tobira = door? comes from toupira, tou = east again from sun} Higashi {hi ga ashi = leg/hand towards sun} and nishi {nu-ashi = not the hand, perhaps} have a connected explanation here. south (minami ) might be binami = sun’s water, sun’s vitality. If that points to south then may be a prominent river in south, water flows down or south. Kita = north might be: keita/seita/heita = shadow/sun up. It might be hi-ue-ta/ki-ue-ta. Also see how kei and sei come from sun’s vitality. sei = life/sex/vitality for this reason. kei has become cei= chhai=saji = shadow {Indian} when e alternates to n, you see kin/sin = sei/kei = sun = small/subtle = gold = God/Lord = lion and what not. Now you think these are all cognates? Now you can prove every word in the world for their origin if you put a little effort. eg kinkakuji = golden house. {kin ka kuji = Ind: sone ka kutir}