Sunday, December 14, 2014

Filipino and Hebrew Language

In Gregorio Zaide's book on History of the Filipino People, a Jesuit priest Father Chirino said in page 24 - (quote) I found in this language four qualities of the four greatest languages of the world, Hebrew, Greek, Latin and Spanish - " IT HAS THE MYSTERY AND OBSCURITIES OF THE HEBREW".  This further support my view that the Philippines is the Biblical land of OPHIR.  Some sample words.

1. AHA              Ahahh                    exclamatory
2. ALILA             Alilah                  to overdo
3. ALE                 Ale                      female master
4. ALAM              Alam                  concealed
5. ANAK             Anak                    to be narrow
6. ANTIK             Anthiyq               antique
7. ASA                 Awsaw                 to do or make
8. BAKYA             Bekee-ah            break forth in pieces
9. BALAM            Balam                  to be held in
10. BALAK             Balaq                 to annihilate
11. BAROK           Baruwk                blessed
12. BATA               Bata                     to babble in speech
13. BWISIT            Bosheth              shame, confusion
14. CUBAO            Chobawb             to hide, hiding place
15. KABA              Kabah                   to expire in heart
16. KABARET         Chabareth           female consort
17. KABAYAN        Chabayah           Yah has hidden
18. KABILA             Khav-ee-law      circular
19. KALAS              Khaw-lash            to overthrown
20. KALUKAW        Khal-ook-kaw     division
21. KAMAO           Khaw-mawn            image
22. KAMOT             Khamoth              wisdom
23. KANAN              Chanan               to favor
24. KAPIT                 Chaphets t            o incline to
25. KARIT                Charits                 incisure, sharf
26. KARAS                Charash               to scratch
27. KARAYOM        Charayown         doves dung
28. KATAL               Chathal                to swathe
29. KILYA                 Chelyah                 jewel
30. KISAY                 Kissay                 overwhelm
31. KUPE                   Khofe (kupe)       a cove
32. DALAG               Dalag                    leap
33. DAMA                 Dama                  to weep
34. DAMA                 Damah               to compare
35. DATU                  Dath (Dawth)     a royal edict or commandment
36. DIBA                   Dib-bah              evil report
37. DODONG            Dowdow            King David – love
38. DUWAG               Du-weg             be afraid
39. GALA                   Galah                 to exile, depart
40. GERA                    Gerah                 continuing, destroy
41. GULAT                 Giylath               joy, rejoicing
42. HAH                      Hahh                  express grief
43. HALAL                 Halal                  celebrate, renowned
44. HALIKA                Haliykah              company, going
45. HILIGAYNON      Higaynon             solemn sound
46. IBSAN                     Ibtsan                inflammatory
47. ILAW                     Illaw                   to ascend
48. INDAY                  Dowdah               female of Dowdow –love
49. ITAY                      Ittay                     unadvisedly
50. LABAS                     Labash              wrap around
51. LAKAS                   Lachash               amulet
52. LAPAT                    Laphath               take hold
53. LAYAW                   La-yaw                weary
54. LEKAT                     Leh-kakh              to take
55. LUKOT                       Luchowth             to glisten
56. MAGALAW                Mah-gaw-law       to revolve
57. MAGINAW                 Maginnaw              shield
58. MAGDALO                 Migdalah                tower
59. MAHAL                      Mahal                    to adulterate
60. MAHALAL                 Mahalal                  fame
61. MAHALAY                 Mahalay                 steep
62. MAKALAT                   Machalat               sickness
63. MAKIRI                        Makiyriy                salesman
64. MALAYAW                 Meleah(mel-ay-aw)            female of Mala, abundance
65. MALAYU                      Mala                          to fulfilled
66. MAYKAYA                   Mayka-Yah              who is like Yah
67. MINDANAO                Mig-daw-naw b          e eminent, preciousness
68. MULA                           Muhlah                    circumcision
69. MURA                            Morah                      fear
70. PALAYAW                     Pel-aw-yaw            Yah has favored
71. PANAW                           Pa-naw                   go away, cast out
72. PARAM                           Param                        to tear
73. PASAY                           Paw-say-akh              exemption, skip over
74. PATAK                           Pathach                      to open
75. PATAW                              Paw-thaw                  persuade
76. PETSA                             Petsa                         wound
77. PILILLA                            Peliyla                      judge,Yah has judge
78. PILEGES                          Piylegesh                   concubine
79. PISTE                               Pishteh                        stupidity
80. PITAK                                Pethach                      opening
81. PO (Po)                    Po or Hoo (1931)   derive from Hoo,third person
82. POOK                                 Pook                          obtain
83. PUKAW                                Pookaw                   stumbling block
84. PUTA                      Pothah                hinge or the female pudenda
85. PUTI                            Poothe                        scatter into corner
86. SABAK                               Sabak                         to intwine
87. SABAD                               Zabad                          to confer
88. SAKAL                                Shaqal                        to suspend
89. SAKIT                                  Sheqets                     abominable
90. SAGAD                                Saw-gad                     fall down
91. SALAMAT                          Shalom                       peace
92. SALAT                                Shalat                        to dominate



  2. Kapampangan:
    Hebrew ima means mother
    Hebrew achi means brother but in Kapampangan it's older sister.

    1. i disagree with achi, its a fookien language of chinese which means older sister,

  3. The people of the Philippines most ancient language was Hebrew, and many are among the tribes of Israel. The Philippines is the ancient land of Ophir, full of gold (Philippines is Ancient Ophir The Phililppines has over 2/3rds of all the gold in the world (about 1 million metric tons, and will be best equipped to endure and even prosper during the soon coming worldwide economic collapse. Without generally realizing it, THE PHILIPPINES IS THE RICHEST NATION IN THE WORLD! ( When this final war and total collapse comes, the true "remnant" of the ancient tribes of Israel will be gathered from all over the world by the ships of Tarshish (Philippines). See my video "Miss Universe 2015: Epic Fail or Illuminati Hidden Message?" ( Based on our knowledge that the fiat based "petro dollar" will soon collapse, it only makes sense that nations which have larger reserves of gold will weather the storm better than those that are bankrupt (like the USA). Isaiah 60:9 says "Surely the isles shall wait for me, and the ships of Tarshish first, to bring thy sons from far, their silver and their gold with them, unto the name of Yahweh thy Elohim, and to the Holy One of Israel, because he hath glorified thee."

  4. bicol = bi chol = I pray common ordinary