Etymology for Romanian “neam”


N E A M

  1. familysortkintribe
  2. ancestrylineagedescent extractionorigin
  3. nationpeople

All endeavour began after I wached on youtube “Some reflections on stupidity/dumbness” of Romanian renown schollar Andrei Plesu.

There he made an asertion that the name of one of the most revered monument of romanians, biggest Orthodox cathedral, ” Catedrala mantuirii neamului ” is composed of three words, none of romanian origin, pointing that neam and mantuire is appearing in DEX (Romanian Explanation/Etymological Dictionary) words neam and mantuire appear to have an hungarian origin.

From https://dexonline.ro/definitie/neam “Din magh. nem.” and https://dexonline.ro/definitie/mantuire “Din magh. menteni.

I was quite shocked and realised that it is an unforgivable and inexcusable mistake or lack of minimal linguistis knowledge and due of lasyness of our schollars.

Cause Danubian area is the very place of Old Europe (Vinca-Turdas, Cucuteni cultures). https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/d/db/Indo-European_migrations.gif

And one of the supposed pool and origin of Indo-European family of languages.

Panonian plain and Carpathian mountains were inhabited before any of many Asian hordes raided Europe relentless one after another. Inhabited by thraco-dacian related people, and before by ancient populations, pre-Indo-European and after true Indo-Europeans. And one of the supposed pool and origin of Indo-European family of languages. https://aleximreh.wordpress.com/2014/10/19/old-europe-the-indoeuropean-homeland-the-aryan-urheimat/

arian home

c. 5000 bc. Homeland:  The Danube River valley (Wallachia and Hungary). =========================================================== Here About “neam

A) One approach could be from Indo-European “name” root: https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Name?fbclid=IwAR2VkoQ7EEG-F1YUCGKQgvNj-8lszDb3-7pPcl2xHR9pUa8TAsIqYmEPpOs “The word name comes from Old English nama; cognate with Old High German (OHG) namoSanskrit नामन् (nāman), Latin nomenGreek ὄνομα (onoma), and Persian نام (nâm), from the Proto-Indo-European (PIE*h₁nómn̥.[1] Outside Indo-European, it can be connected to Proto-Uralic *nime.” English language pertain to germanic family, wich in turn is related to romanian, as long as they say goths are relatives of getes.(Goth.”namo”)

From https://it.linkfang.org/wiki/Radici_protoindoeuropee

*h₁nómn̥nomelat. nōmen, ant. irl. ainmm, toc. A ñom, B ñem, ted. Name, gr. ant. ónoma, itt. lāmanant. prus. emnesemmens, russo ímja, alb. emër, arm. anun, av. nāman, sscr. nā́ma
From https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E0%A4%AE%E0%A4%A8%E0%A5%8D%E0%A4%A4%E0%A5%81#Sanskrit sanskrit mantu Etymology
From *men- (“to think”). Cf. mentor.
an adviser, manager, disposer, ruler, arbiter.
advice, counsel.
a fault, offence, transgression.
a man, mankind.

B) Second approach, see https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/Reconstruction:Proto-Indo-European/n%C3%A9mos

From *nem- +‎ *-os. *némos n[1]sacrificeworship ;place of sacrificeclearing Descendants


From Sacred Forests in Antiquity. The Geto-Dacian Casewww.orma.ro › old › 8_paul-pupeza
” analogies proves that the Geto-Dacian world wasn’t an exception. Key words: sacred forest, Geto-Dacians, locus, nemus, alsos, nemeton, harug. Natura a ..”.

C) Third approach, https://www.contextualdictionary.com/translate/romanian-english/Ne-am?fbclid=IwAR2mE5ctz1w1uGzs7qyRtQ2Jd4DuNXqxX9lCmWeypJ_GiyR54V_I7cA7ahANe-am =We

https://context.reverso.net/traducere/romana-engleza/ne-am?fbclid=IwAR2L176JiNX8IZil54xQuXC7kCgkQKDnMQ6ShpMniUtc439Fvzt2O7eSnxY neam : nation generation people race lineage

*teuta- | Origin and meaning of root *teuta- by Online …www.etymonline.com › word › *teuta- *teuta-. *teutā-, Proto-IndoEuropean root meaning “tribe.” It forms all or part of: … touto community,” German Deutsch, Gothic þiuda, Old English þeod “people

See https://www.etymonline.com/word/*teuta-

Note: Maybe something like gr. τά αὐτά “(the)same, even“/ From https://biblehub.com/greek/846.htm https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CF%84%CE%BF%E1%BF%A6%CF%84%CE%BF

οὗτος;”this” https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CE%BF%E1%BD%97%CF%84%CE%BF%CF%82#Ancient_Greek ==================================================

More to sustain that above: Note: At the origin ancestor of romanian language was Centum (Italo-Celtic), later after coming of slavs in europe turned to acquire some slavic aspects especially in vocabulary.

From en.wikimergic.org › wiki › Name name – Wikimergic, the first-level WikiSiloing for decisioning and … … from the Proto-Indo-European (PIE) *h₁nómn̥. Perhaps connected to non- Indo-European terms such as Tamil நாமம் (namam) and Proto-Uralic *nime.

journals.ub.uni-heidelberg.de › …PDF UN TEZAUR DE MONEDE MOLDOVENEğTI DE LA … Drăgan Dănovac, an Armenian merchant, lived in Suceava in the first half of the 16th century. … de izvod ca să ne arate săminŃăiile lui Danovici din niam în niam, cu care să poată dovedi.

https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Reconstruction:Proto-Slavic/nam%D1%8A?fbclid=IwAR3KUVmDG5W5SDj6UyQbFkyUlhiAXG3iZowQ8e_YerknBQyi-Zc_v585W0w Proto-Slavic Pronoun *namъ: “(to) usdative of *my

From https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/Reconstruction:Proto-Slavic/n%C4%9Bm%D1%8A Reconstruction:Proto-Slavic/němъ Adjective *němъ “unclear or incomprehensible speakermutteringmammering ;dumbmute (not able to speak);

SingularMasculineFeminineNeuter
Nominative*němъ*něma*němo
Derived terms
*něměti ” My note: others (e.g. germans) percieved as muttering speaking people.

From https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%D0%BD%D0%B0%D0%BCNAM=us

From https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/%CE%BD%E1%BF%86%CE%BC%CE%B1?fbclid=IwAR3xCWgbvrQQnE1VsFt8RpQrIi8RaBtiHwcRUUYs1Acht-e8wqQKEOwpbbU#Ancient_Greek νῆμα Etymology From νέω (néō, “to spin”) +‎ -μα (-ma). Noun

νῆμᾰ  (nêma) n (genitive νήμᾰτος); third declension

  1. That which is spun: thread yarn
  2. silk
  3. strand of a spider’s web Note: of course a people is composed of many threads, continuos lineage of relatives and as awhole is perceived as a yarn.
  4. From https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/neo?fbclid=IwAR07DOq1KoL3Q_btZd4Pue8D_7j50fMa9jzNpKd5pzar6Jl8InDwelQLM8w#Latin Neo
  5. Etymology From Proto-Italic *nēō, from Proto-Indo-European *(s)neh₁-.

nt infinitive nēreperfect active nēvīsupine nētum); second conjugation

  1. (transitive) I spinweaveinterlace, entwine indicative singular plural first second third first second third neo nes net nemus netis nent
  2. From https://en.m.wiktionary.org/wiki/neam?fbclid=IwAR2vCVOEszoVuS2loyl5Xj4oLuFdLTUxP6NkBPCHyc28hRYyA1ggSHkQO9I
  3. LatinVerb neam first-person singular present active subjunctive of neō
  4. Serbo-Croatian neam (colloquialfirst-person singular present of nemati Romanian
  5. Etymology ! From Hungarian nem , of unknown origin. !
  6. Noun neam n (plural neamuri)
  1. familysortkintribe
  2. ancestrylineagedescent extractionorigin
  3. nationpeople
  4. SO, FROM LATIN NEAM: “INTERWEAVING”

Meaning of neo (nere, netus, nevi, ne, neam , neamini, neamur …worldofdictionary.com › Latin-English › Nneo is an Latin word started with n. Here is the definition of neo in English. neo: verb spin; weave; produce by spinning; neo: to spin; neo: to spin, interweave.

(PDF) Etruscan_Phrases Indo-European Table 1, Part 6 …www.academia.edu › Etruscan_Phrases_Indo-European_…Oct 28, 2020 — … grove, foresta, , NEAM, nation, related to a forest, wood, pemë, forest, greenwood

From ETRUSCAN FRASES http://www.maravot.com/Indo-European_Table1B.1.html Etruscan namo, namu (NAMV) Script CP-45 Slavic, Baltic, Romanian,
Finnish-Uralic NEAM, nation, related to a familly, lemn, wood, stick, peg, copac, tree (Romanian)

From http://www.dicolatin.com/FR/LAK/0/NEAM/index.htm NEO, ES, ERE, EVI, NETUM, tr

la deuxième conjugaison active des verbesNEAM : la deuxième conjugaison active des verbes, 1 ére personne singulier présent subjonctif actif

actif subjonctif présent 1ére pers. sing.
NEAM
NEO, ES, ERE, EVI, NETUM, tr
2 siècle avant J.C.PLAUTUS (Plaute)
filer v. t : amener une matière textile en état de fil voir: filer
1 siècle avant J.C.VERGILIUS MARO (Virgile)
entrelacer v. t : (tisser, mêler), enlacer l’un dans l’autre voir: entrelacer
mêler v. t : (entrelacer), emmêler voir: mêler
tisser v. t : fabriquer en entrecroisant les fils voir: tisser

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