Re: [tied] Re: Spirtual

From: Frank Verhoft
Message: 7768
Date: 2001-07-01


Maybe following book can help:
DH Green: "Language and history in the early Germanic world", Cambridge UP,
1998. ISBN 0521471346
Part I, chapter 1: Relgion
Part III, chpter 15: Problems of Christianisation

Best regards

Frank Verhoft

--- In cybalist@..., "Anþanareiks" <anthanaric@...> wrote:
> Greetings!
> I am making an inquiry into the IE word spiritual. Here is what I
> have pieced together
> From Wulfilas´s Gothic bible:
> ahma ist saei liban taujiþ,
> þo waurda þoei ik rodida izwis,
> ahma ist jah libains ist,
> It is the spirit that quickeneth;
> the words that I speak unto you,
> they are spirit, and they are life
> IE equivalents:
> Gothic ahman
> ON anda
> Sanskrit atman
> Does anyone else have other examples, or thoughts, esp. religious
> e.g. atman and brahman, eq. for brahman
> Besta,
> Anþanareiks

Here are some spiritual words for you:

I should warn you that no one (approx.) but myself and Paul Manasala
believes in the connection with Austric (or Austronesian).


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