17.3.21

"verb-noun homophony" (because (unmixed/saxon) english would "require morphology verbalizing")

  • WORK ~ WORD, the kings (in romance, for comparison, opera ~ vox, operate ~ advocate)
    • vote maybe is related to voice, but hardly, like swear and answer and say and soothe and so and send and sun, since words are generally so alike, the question being DIFFERENCE; to study phonology is to think better, but not the dogmatism that linguistics is generally unwittingly, as they can't throw out what's prescriptive, commercial, local, etc., and look at a bigger picture of population movements and thus language movements; christians need to understand the AFRO-ASIATIC connection, the language connection between africa and asia, period; as soviet linguists did with the "nostratic" theory, and other linguists with "typology"; capitalism divides the world through so-called markets and selfishness and the christian-fascist element, mainly the CATHOLIC church that still considers women nasty sins, and brainwashes them with nonsense; do you not see how absurd the tower of babel story is? do you not see? we all just speak the same language with minor differences; we're already equal; thru true postmodern philosophy we realize that we already established communism by communicating, violently or not
  • general verbalizing > make/shape/say/give/have ~ -en ~ -y ~ up, etc. ~ "-ing" ~ "-s/-ed" 
  • similar
    • write-writ > sell-sale > tell-tale-talk > graze-grass > glaze-glass > bathe-bath > speak-speech > soothe-sooth > break-breach > trust-betroth-truth > believe-belief > give-gift > drive-drift > "thrive-thrift" > weigh-weight-way-walk > sit-seat > breathe-breath > shoot-shot > house-house > stink-stench > fly-flee-flight > sift-sieve > snack-snatch > make-match > take-thatch-thief > leak-lake > let-lay-law > grow-growth > sift-sieve > feel-felt > fell-fall > (for)get-guess
  • read ~ answer ~ ask ~ mouth ~ lip ~ show ~ mark ~ (be)token ~ brag ~ babble ~ film ~ stutter ~ lisp ~ stammer ~ gossip ~ meter ~ hint ~ brand ~ (be)friend ~ spell ~ time ~ streak ~ whisper ~ harp ~ smile ~ clap
    • bark ~ howl ~ bleat ~ hiss ~ buzz ~ neigh ~ moo ~ meow ~ grunt
    • yell ~ yowl ~ roar ~ shout ~ whine ~ whimper ~ (be)moan ~ groan
  • bite ~ puke ~ cook ~ steam ~ bubble ~ burn ~ (black)smith ~ brew ~ "singe"
  • hold ~ stop ~ stand ~ plant ~ end ~ fall ~ shrink ~ handle ~ settle ~ bridle ~ saddle ~ yoke ~ hire/fire ~ draw ~ ban ~ book ~ fit ~ tape ~ string ~ tie ~ lock ~ pen ~ thread ~ shutter
  • start ~ rise ~ "lift" ~ stir ~ gamble ~ play ~ whirl ~ spin ~ span ~ (be)tide ~ welter ~ swerve ~ "surf" ~ "turn" ~ churn ~ thresh ~ flail
  • want ~ wish ~ miss ~ lack ~ need ~ wont ~ lead ~ back ~ help ~ love ~ bond
  • yield ~ throw ~ rot ~ crack ~ smell ~ lump ~ cluster ~ heap ~ wear-and-tear ~ hoard ~ bang ~ (out)burst
  • walk ~ run ~ leave ~ ride ~ stride ~ "strive" ~ side ~ climb ~ shift ~ spread ~ wander ~ sail ~ boat ~ tail ~ slide ~ hop ~ "jump" ~ leap ~ hap ~ hurry ~ swim ~ bounce
  • bend ~ blend ~ twist ~ weave ~ mash ~ mesh ~ mix ~ wrinkle ~ furrow ~ burrow ~ better ~ tangle
  • pin ~ ring ~ "hinge"
  • blossom ~ swell ~ spring ~ water ~ rain ~ thaw ~ weather ~ sprinkle ~ spray ~ thunder-bolt ~ shower ~ storm ~ bud ~ sprout ~ drop ~ stream
    • summer ~ dawn ~ heat ~ smoke ~ shade ~ fan ~ swelter ~ hope ~ thank(s)
    • winter ~  dusk ~ freeze ~ chill ~ (fore)shadow ~ blaze ~ shiver ~ shudder ~ fear
  • shield ~ shelter ~ hide ~ (bride)groom ~ wh*** ~ pi** ~ sh** ~ fart
  • knife ~ stick ~ wound ~ strike/struggle ~ murder ~ wrong ~ cripple ~ kick ~ hit ~ doom ~ ax ~ "kill" ~ hammer ~ blow ~ best ~ slap ~ fight/beat/bat/battle ~ cudgel ~ spear ~ strike ~ "sin" ~ harm ~ crash ~ pound
  • mother ~ father ~ (for)bear ~ birth
  • dip ~ bug*** ~ f*** ~ breed ~ bug ~ dog ~ bitch ~ fish ~ hunt/hound 
  • care ~ rest ~ sleep ~ slumber
  • eye ~ look ~ wonder ~ find ~ (af)fright ~ grin ~ plunder ~ flash ~ shine/shimmer ~ gleam/glimmer ~ dye ~ dream
  • man (or woman, as an innovation, "woman the station") ~ staff
  • grasp ~ reach ~ hand ~ harvest ~ deal ~ cut ~ split ~ box ~ splinter ~ pick ~ dig ~ gasp ~ gape ~ grip ~ clasp ~ clip