> 3.3111 Y dav(e)nen, daven-Å¡ul.http://concordances.org/hebrew/1697.htm
> This looks related to Hebrew dabar /davar/ "Word, to recite the Holy
> Tat, as I understand was the Iranian substrate of Azerbaijani and ishttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Khazar_language
> spoken as a relic in mountainous regions of Iranian Azerbaijan and
> the Republic of Azerbaijan as well as neighboring regions where
> Azeribaijani is also spoken. Tat is also spoken by Muslim and small
> Christian communities in those area. I've met Tat'speaing Christians
> from Iran --next door neighbors.
> Azeribaijani is close to Ottoman Turkish but how close is it to
> Added support for an Asian origin for dav(e)nen comes from the Eastern Yiddish expression daven-Å¡ul 'synagogue', literally 'pray' + 'synagogue'; Å¡ul is derived from Judeo-Romance,ÂRight. Cf. Dutch 'school' [sxo:l], with sx- corresponding to the Greek word.
> ****R shul is German Schule, which is from Greek via Latin, right?