language research

Can we have only one language for the world?

Can we have only one language for the world?

See the following German words, (… and corresponding Indian words).

You would think Indo-Europian theory of language is valid. But still such a theory might be adhoc and simply a manipulation of what we see in a few instances.

In my years of analysis of words and phonetics (and alternation of elements etc) this is what I observed.

There are two categories.

The first prefers Sanskrit as a language, or even any source.

The second one prefers arbitrary factors, what I call sun theory, it can be called as a Sanskrit hypothesis, that is analysis can lead to matching + unification, but not any particular language. I am for the latter.

“I can’t believe” !

These tricks are not exclusive to Japanese alphabet. I also used them to match with Odia alphabet and south Indian alphabet to remember. Check this out !

い ଇ ಇ ఇ

The “i” [said as e, as in english] has a component which is partially same (two circles, if extrapolated) in Japanese, Odia, Kannada, Telugu. That is actually how I remembered. Even in Odia, Kannada and Telugu the “i-symbol” is same.

Check: ଦି ದಿ ది [I have written phonetics di as in “the” in Odia, Kannada and Telugu] The vowel “i” which is written as a symbol on top of the letter is same in all cases, so that helps to remember what the letter is reading. [I already know my native speak Odia, so its much easier for me to remember this way]

Learning a few interesting kanji.

Originally written October 2012. Explained and expanded today, 27-01-2014.

Friday, October 5, 2012 at 3:02 pm UTC + 05:30

word of the day: 体 karada and 休 kyuu 。

note 1; 亻this fellow is whats called ninben, which means “person-like part-of-a-kanji”, a part-of-a-kanji is called, a radical, which means a component of a kanji. This I have described in other kanji based articles. A composite kanji is often created from various parts, with certain rules, such as what goes, on left, what goes, on right, what on top etc, and accordingly such parts are known by 7-types of radicals or ben or hen. eg shimesuhen (礻as seen in 神). eg as you see in (体 karada and 休 kyuu, we see a; 亻) .

note 2; We also should be clear that certain rules may never have been passed explicitly. eg what caused a creation of certain kanjis. A-least to my knowledge, this is not so; so I learned kanjis, slightly more than a year ago, and now there are tons, of kanji discoveries, that is apparent rules that govern how and why these kanjis, might have been packed into a composite kanji. In-fact I have recently grown them, calling, as Kanji Equations.

This site is now filled with tons of such example, and the idea, is to share some kanji discoveries, as they happen, since that can’t follow, each time a new finding is made, a rigorous explanation from beginning, if you happen to rad kanji based findings here and understand the simple observations I have been making, pass them onto your interested networks, who might then keep track of anything they would be interested to know. In essence there would be new rules, perhaps never known, this site boasts a few of such.

The “story” of “dream” land.

I don’t know a thing, I admit it. My criticism only suits my ognorance ( — thats a new word, I don’t even know the correct vowels), or I have something terrible about myself. ( — I am all terrible and I love talking about it)

But, here is what Gi’ta “really” means. And, its this Gi which is found in Japanese-Language, with same meaning. Gi = story or chronicle or history. This Japanese Gi is as its also seen in GiTa. Gita as is often said, its not just Lord’s story, but also Lord in the sense of people’s story (or even our existential moorings; although in vague terms not sufficient for moderner times), but then the present version we have, we do not know when it was created (perhaps fabricated to suit the interest of a few). The gita of Japan ( — disclaimer: my own terminology, from its etymological meaning); on the other hand is a marvel. Its called NihonGi. ( — or Nihon Shoki ) Almost all of Japanese Language is basically; quite closely accessible to Indian Phonetics. ( — there are slight differences as well, in whats defined and whats not, but; that slight might have led to big differences, in present list of things)

Nihon Shoki therefore, in my own analysis, matches, phonetically, to;

(Nayan, Niyam, Agni, Swapna) + (shabak, shikhya, shloka, gita, katha)

The country that Japan is would be called as Nayan, Niyam, Agni or Swapna, in Indian, today; if these phonetic matching is to be taken as a rule. These phonetics are all related to Sun, as a prmary meaning and anything else as a secondary or further meaning. The sun country. Which is why; kuni means country in Japanese, also in slight alternations; its suni, sumi etc which is again Sun.

Citizen Scientist. (a misleading title)

(Agility, dynamism and masculinity etc, see how I found therefore, 力 in 男 which means man or male. The latter 男, come by merging: strength 力 and sun 日, the power of the sun are what male are usually, woman’s kanji 女, called onna, jou-sei, dan-sei or jo=jiyo=jou=jiyou, they all mean ladies or feminine, comes from other reasoning, it comes from how people 人 who bond together are women, 人 + 人 = 女 )
So, while asleep, it occurred to me, 月, is 力 + 日 (the reason where, see or look/view/vision 見  is different is both 九 and 目, which are both different from 力 and 日, also note, male 男 and moon/month 月 would have looked same, with slight maladjustment, but the central part is they come from same elements, thats unification, plus when elements change slightly; eg 九 and 目, the 2ndary and tertiary meaning changes, and what we have is, 見)