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Approximate number of words this dictionary = 15,000.
Approximate number of words in sound group H = 3,000.
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1.)  In this dictionary, the phrase associated spellings/words is a gross generalization. Words following it may, or may not be related to the initial word(s) / definition(s) preceding it. In my research I initially added this phrase to isolate possibly related words and provide space for speculative query. http://mirrorh.com/notes.htm

                                         H, A, E

H - "Mirror History" dictionary designates letter H to signify the first of ten descending   sound groups that define its alphabetical order. Letters inhabiting this group include: H, A, and E [when short E]. Theoretical definitions for sound group H include: Abstract Space, Homogeneous, God, Hallowedness, Invisibility, numeral 0. [Etznab Mathers]

H - "Glyphs believed to signify H include: a piece of flax [twisted thrice], a candle wick [or rope twisted thrice]; a square spiral shape; a single feather; a person prostrating, or a person at prayer [heh]; a three-runged ladder shape. History: reportedly, H is from the Phoenician kheth [or heth]. Both its sound and letter shape are suspected to have come from Egyptian hieroglyphs, originally connoting a bundle or twisted string. H as we know it surfaced in Greece about 550 B.C."

H - "Fifth letter [Heh] in the Hebrew alphabet. The older form of Heh appeared like a leftward- facing slanted capital E-like shape. The modern form appears something like an upside down block-style U shape with a broken left side. According to Jewish scholars, the definite article is expressed in Hebrew by prefixing the letter H to a word. Often, for extra emphasis, the word 'at'[Aleph + Tav] is employed in addition to the prefix, where 'at' alludes to completion and perfection. Consequently, as a prefix to a noun the letter H indicates a specific member of the class represented by that noun. In this respect it corresponds with English 'the'. As a suffix, H is used to indicate the feminine form of a noun, example: yld [boy] vs. yldh [girl]. Mythology: along with the letter Yod, H is believed by some scholars to stand for one of the two letters that God used to create the world. Reported meanings associated with H include: the effortless creation of the world; freedom of choice; forgiveness; mercy."

h - "Definitions: of; the; behold!, lo!. Associated spellings: ha." (Hebrew)

h - "Definitions: an adverbial suffix (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: -h."

h - "Definitions: a third person masculine singular pronominal suffix (Archaic Phoenician). Associated spellings/words: -h; -y."

H - "Reportedly: 'The old Hungarian runic symbol for H depicts a fish, called HAL. HAL can also mean death, fish and as HA it means if.' "

A - "Glyphs believed to signify A include: a circle with a dot in the center; an eagle?; a single baseless pyramid shape bisected by a short line; two baseless pyramid shapes [one on top the other]; a diamond shape; an ox; the head and horns of an ox."

A - "First letter in the Hebrew alphabet. The older form of A shows a leftward-facing angle, or wedge-like shape bisected by a single verticle staff. The modern block-style form resembles an X-like shape. Reported meanings attributed to A include: One; the One and Only, Eternal, Omnipotent God; the Creator and Master of the universe; the One Unique, and Indivisible God; the channel by which the spiritual is brought to the physical."

A - A - "Reportedly: 'The Babylonians called the Great Mother 'A', the Beginning; or Aya, the Mother of All Things. Tantric sages called her birth-letter Alpa Akshara. The Greeks held similar views about the letter Alpha, which denoted the river of birth or creation. Its other name was Styx, the river of death, for in the cyclic system of the ancients, birth and death merged in a circular continuum. The river Styx circled seven times through the earth's womb and emerged again as Alpha.' " (Based on: The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, by Barbara G. Walker)

A - "Jehovah was originally Yahuva, Ya suggesting the word oh and Hu standing for God, while the A represents manifestation. Hu is the origin of the sound, but when the sound first takes shape on the external plane, it becomes A, therefore alif or alpha is considered to be the first expression of Hu, the original word. [....] The letter A is pronounced without the help of the teeth or tongue, and in Sanskrit A always means without." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

A - "Definitions: 'Waking', 'The Waking state of consciousness'. " *Links: http://swamij.com/om.htm [T.D. 05/27/07]

A - "An English prefix having the general meaning of not, without, or lacking. Some reports define the letter A as a shortened form of the prefix an."

a - "Definitions: water; the." (Sumerian)

a - "Definitions: water." (Aztec)

a - "Definitions: a *negative *prefix not, no, un- *etc. (intensifies or reverses meaning); from, in." (Sanskrit) *Links: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

a [a1] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + a [a1] ('a prefix used before names') - phonetic. General meanings include: ah." (Chinese)

E - "Reportedly: 'The Hungarian runic symbol for E depicts a rotated mouth with teeth showing. The letter E sounds like E in ELF.' Related spellings/words: esz ['to eat']."

E - "Reportedly: 'Another form of the Hungarian runic letter E is pronounced like A in English, as in fail. Its symbol seems to be a rotated top of the head with two ears on the side.' Associated spellings/words: esz ['wisdom']."

e - "Definitions: house, household; temple; plot of land." (Sumerian)

Ea - "Definitions: God of the sweet waters; God of great intellect; God of wisdom and magic born of Apsu and Tiamat; The Tropic of Capricorn; number 40; 2/3rds. (Sumero-Babylonian). Associated spellings/words: Ae; Aya (Hittite); Aos (Greek)."

ha - "Reported sound for the Egyptian hieroglyph depicting a bundle of three papryus."

ha - "Definitions: fish; many." (Sumerian)

ha - "Definitions: water." (Hindu, Naga-Maya, Akkadian, Chaldean)

ha - "Definitions: sigh. Associated spellings/words: a ['ox'] + h ['breath']." (Hebrew)

ha [a1, a3] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + he [e2] ('many mouths as one') - phonetic; sound of laughter." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/171/x162.htm

ha - "Reported healing sound for the heart. Its accompanied stretch consists of bending to the right [with palms up and fingers interlaced], and looking up. Associated spellings/words: haaaaaaa."

he [e1 & e4] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + he [e2] ('speak') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: drink, shout." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/179/x220.htm

he [e1] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + ke [e3] ('approve') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: laugh, exhale." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/168/x254.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: mu [u4] ('wood') + hai [a4] ('two persons above and sprouting seed') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: pit, kernel, core." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/174/x214.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: men [e2] ('door') + hai [a4] ('two persons above and sprouting seed') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: obstruct." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/187/x210.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: li [i4] ('pictograph of a tendon; strength, power, force') + hai [a4] ('two persons above and sprouting seed') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: accuse." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/168/x240.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: yue [e1] ('speak') + gai [a4] ('person seeking refuge; beg') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: who, what." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/172/x84.htm

he [e2 & e4] - "Definitions: yi [i1] ('clothing') + he [e2] ('speak') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: coarse cloth, brown." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/189/x197.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + ke [e3] ('mouth consenting') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: river." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/170/x101.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: ren [e2] ('person') + ke [e3] ('mouth consenting') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: load, burden." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x243.htm

he [e2 & e4] - "Definitions: cao [a3] ('plant') + he [e2] ('person exhaling') - phonetic. General meanings inlude: lotus." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/178/x252.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: ji [i2] ('many') + kou [o3] ('mouth'). General meanings inlude: many mouths as one; union, agreement. " (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x88.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: min [i3] ('vessel') + he [e3] ('mouth'). General meanings inlude: vessel that can be joined, covered; box." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/178/x176.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: cover on a dish. General meanings inlude: cover, shut." (Chinese)
*Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/175/x114.htm

he [e2] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a grain-bearing plant. General meanings include: grain on the stalk." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/165/x221.htm

he [e2] - "Definitions: kuo [u3] ('mouth') + he [e2] ('grain bearing plant') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. harmony, peace; conj. and, as well as." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/169/x77.htm

he [e4] - "Definitions: jia [a1] ('add; strengthen + speech') - phonetic + bei [e4] ('shell; shells, money'). General meanings inlude: congragulate." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/182/x80.htm

he [e4] - "Definitions: chi [i4] ('two fires'); brilliant." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/187/x174.htm

he [e4] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + he [e4] ('two fires'). General meanings inlude: mouth like two fires; threaten, intimidate." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/192/x126.htm

he [e4] - "Definitions: hao [a4] ('soaring') - phonetic + niao [a3] ('bird with long tail feathers'). General meanings inlude: crane." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/197/x98.htm

aa - "Definitions: leaf of a door, door, covering of a sarcophagus; great, grand, mighty, important, noble." (Egyptian)

Ch - "Eighth letter [Chet] in the Hebrew alphabet. The older form shows a bisected rectangle. The letter Chet is pronounced like a rough sounding H and in some cases is interchangeable with [H] Heh. Chet corresponds with the Greek letter Eta [H], which [like Chet] carries the numerical value of eight. When illustrated with English letters, a number of Hebrew words beginning with Chet appear spelled with an H. Common examples include: Hokmah ['wisdom'], Hessed ['loving kindness'], and Hayah ['life']. The modern form of Chet shows an upside-down block-style U-like shape, a form very similar to the modern representation of Heh, or H. According to Jewish scholars, among all the letters of the tribes, there is no [CH] Chet or [Th] Teth. Symbolic meanings attributed to Chet include: divine grace. Note: Mirror History dictionary initially associated CH [Chet] with sound group C. Subsequently, Chet has been reassociated [in some places] with sound group H."

Heh [H] - "A name for the Fifth letter [1st Elemental] in the Hebrew alphabet. Glyphs believed to signify H [Heh] include: a person at prayer [on knees with hands raised heavenward]; a person shown in various phases of prostration, or prayer; a capital E-like shape [multiple versions of which were situated facing various directions]. Meanings attributed to the letter H, or E [Heh] include: breath; to blow, wind; soul; religion; window; sight; link between inner and outer; enclosure; wall; life; out of breath and out of energy; a suffix indicating the feminine, and direction; the 2nd ['The spirit of God hovered'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Associated spellings/words: Heth; Epsilon [Greek 5th letter]; Cheth [Hebrew 8th letter; Eta [older 8th Greek Letter]."

hah - "Definitions: truth." (Mayan)

ach - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'brother' [Genesis 4:2, 9:5, 20:5, 24:15]; 'brethren' [Genesis 9:22, 13:8, 19:7]; 'other' [Genesis 13:11]. Associated spellings/words: 'ach."

hie - "Definitions: strive, exert oneself." (Old English)

ahi - "Definitions: 'snake, dragon' (Vedic). Associated spellings/words: ahim.
*Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-3-X.html

hayy - "Hayy in Arabic means everlasting, and Hayyat means life, both of which words signify the everlasting nature of God. The word Huwal suggests the idea of omnipresence, and Huvva is the origin of the name of Eve, which is symbolic of manifestation; as Adam is symbolic of life, they are named in Sanskrit Purusha and Prakriti." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

aiya [a1a1] - "Definitions: ai [a1] ('an interjection expressing regret') + ya [a1] ('mouth gaping to reveal teeth; v. a particle indicating surprise or emphasis'). General meanings include: an interjection expressing regret or surprise." (Chinese)

AH-HI - "Definitions: 'celestial beings' (Based on: H.P. Blavatsky, T.S.D., Vol. 1, Stanza I)

aho - "Definitions: mouth." (Basque)

aau - "Definitions: to flourish; flax, linen." (Egyptian)

Ahu - "2 (mwd) P. A1. %{-juhoti}, %{-juhute} (p. %{-ju4hvAna}) to sacrifice, offer an oblation; to sprinkle (with butter) RV. AV. TS. Hariv. ." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

AhU - "4 (mwd) f. calling, invoking (BRD.) ib. ." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ahu - "Name for the Easter Island platforms upon which sit the Moai." (Polynesian)

ehu - "Definitions: horse." (Old Saxon)

hao [a3] - "Definitions: nu [u3] ('pictograph of a kneeling woman; woman') + zi [i3] ('pictograph of an infant, legs bundled together; child'). General meanings include: adj. good, well, fine; particle: all right. Associated spellings/words: haohua [a3a4] (n. 'praise'); haosheng [a3e1] (n. 'good life'); haokan [a3a4] (adj. 'good-looking, attractive, pretty'); haoxie [a3e1] (adj. 'a little better'); haoyi [a3i4] (n. 'good intentions'); haoyou [a3o3] (n. 'good friend'); haoyun [a3u4] (n. 'good luck'); haozai [a3a4] (n. 'fortunately'); haozhaun [a3a3] (v. 'turn for the better, improve, n. improvement.)" (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x110.htm

hao [a4] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') and kao [a3] ('difficulty in breathing '). General meanings include: 'howl'. Also (see link): ordinal number / day of a month / mark / sign / business establishment / size / ship suffix / horn (wind instrument) / bugle call / assumed name / to take a pulse / classifier used to indicate number of people." *Link: http://www.mdbg.net/chindict/chindict.php?page=worddict&wdrst=0&wdqb=hao4

hau - "Definitions: priest." (Mayan)

aau - "Definitions: to untangle." (Kapinga)

AVOW - "Definitions: declare openly. Related words: avouer ['acknowledge as one's own'] (French); advocare (Latin).

Ahau - "Definitions: The 20th [and final] Mayan Calendar day; union; ascension; wholeness; mastery; solar lord, ruler; crown; harmonic overtones; gold; unconditional love; language of light; ecstasy; sun; dove. Associated spellings/words: hoy ['to bless, make proper'](Mayan)."

heiau - "Hawaiian temples built of lava; temple."

Ahva - "1 (mwd) Ahva mfn. a caller, crier: (ifc.) named, called ; (%{A}) f. a name, appellation Sus3r." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/ Ahve - "26 (mwd) P. %{-hvayati} (but also Pot. 1. sg. %{A-huvema} AV. vii, 85, 1) A1. %{-hvayate} (but also 1. sg. %{A4-huve} RV.; aor. 3. pl. %{A74hUSata} RV. i, 14, 2,&c.; Inf. %{-huva4dhyai} RV. vi, 60, 13, and %{-hvayitavai4} S3Br. ii, 5, 3, 18) tocall near, invoke invite, summon, cite RV. S3Br. TS. MBh. Mr2icch. BhP. Pan5cat. &c.; to provoke, challenge, emulate (in this sense only A1. Pa1n2. 1-3 , 31) RV. S3Br. R. Katha1s. &c.; to call to (especially in rites said of the Hotr2i, who addresses the Adhvaryu by the A1-ha1va or A1-hva1na; see below) AitBr. A1s3vS3r. Ka1tyS3r. S3a1n3khBr. and S3r.; to proclaim AitBr. S3Br. Ka1tyS3r. A1s3vS3r.: Caus. %{-hvAyayati}, to cause to call near, send for; to cause to summon or challenge or invite R. Ragh. Bhat2t2.: Desid. %{-juhUSati}, to wish to call near, to be about to call near: Intens. %{A4-johavIti} RV. vii, 56, 18, to call near zealously." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

AHOY - "A word used for nautical hailing, or when calling aloft. Associated spellings/wpords ah + hoy ['cry to excite attention']."

Ahuic - "Definitions: Goddess of the running water in rivers, streams, and waves on the beach. A manifestation of Chalchiuhtlicue." (Aztec Mythology)

achuzzah - "Definitions: possession, property (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: achz ['caught, hold'] (Hebrew).

ahunawad - "Name for the first Gatha, and the first Gatha day." (Persian)

aaur - "Definitions: great door; title of a high official." (Egyptian)

ahuras - "Definitions; Lords (Old Iranian). Associated spellings/words: Asuras."

Ahura Mazda - "Definitions: ancient Persian name for the lord of life (ahura) and lord of wisdom (mazda), especially in Zoroastrianism [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455]. Other definitions include: lord wisdom; good spirit; creator of all good things; a name used in ancient Persia for the state of Godhood; Zoroaster's name for God. Trivia: the Persians always wrote the name of the god as one word, but Zoroaster would use the words separately and in no fixed order. Mythology: Persian sun god born as the twin brother of the dark god Ahriman from the womb of Infinite Time, the Primal Creatress. The fight between the brothers, resulting in Ahriman's fall from heaven, had the same cause as the rivalry between Cain and Abel - that is, the sacrificial offering of one was accepted by the older deity, and that of the other was rejected. The older deity was Vayu, probably a derivitive of the Vedic celestial androgyne Varuna, or Mitra-Varuna, whose other name became Mithra. Associated spellings/words: Ahura ['Lord'] + Mazda ['good; to remember']; Ormazd; Ormizd; Hormizd; Urmaysda ['the sun']; Remazd ['the sun']."

Ahu Akivi - "An especially sacred place. A sanctuary and celestial observatory located on Easter Island reportedly built about 1500 A.D. It's seven statues look toward the point where the sun sets during the equinox. It is also aligned to the moon. Folklore holds that its seven moai represent the seven young explorers that legend says the Polynesian King Hotu Matu'a dispatched from across the seas to find this new homeland for him and his people. They are among the few moai that face the sea." (Polynesian)

awagawan - "Definitions: coming and going; refers to age-long cycles of births and deaths; transmigration, reincarnation. See also: chaurasi [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 457]." (Sanskrit)

ahan - "Definitions: day, daylight (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ahar."

aion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'ever' [Matthew 6:13], [Hebrews 13:8]; 'world' [Matthew 12:32], [Acts 15:18], [Ephesians 3:9]; 'world began' [Luke 1:70], [John 9:32]; 'eternal' [Ephesians 3:11]; 'evermore' [Hebrews 7:28]; 'worlds' [Hebrews 11:3]. Other definitions include: vital force, life; age, lifetime, period of time, epoch, a very long time; eternity. Associated spellings: aeon, eon; aionas ['forever'], aionios ['eternal']."

ahans - "Definition: twins. (Sanskrit); Associated spellings/words: asvins."

ahankar - "Definitions: Ego or I-ness; one of the five deadly passions (lust, anger, greed, attachment, ego); pride and vanity; also one of the four divisions of mind, its function is to separate self and self-interests from all else [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 455] (Sanskrit)."

aham - "Definition: I. (Sanskrit). Related spellings/words: aham-kara ['the making of the sound I']. (Sanskrit)"

Ahmuvan - "[....] The word Ahmuvan defines the micro – macro correspondence in terms of art, myth, astronomy and architecture in Indian cultural and religious context and Ahmuvan as a lord of space and time has played a key role in ritual chronometry. [....]" *Link: http://murugan.org/research/valluvan3.htm

ahamkara - "Definitions: universal Self-Consciousness (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: ahankara."

ahl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tents' [Genesis 4:20; 9:27]; 'tent' [Genesis 18:1]; 'tabernacle' [Genesis 26:9, 29:10], [1 Chronicles 6:32]. Other definitions include: dwelling. Associated spellings/words: ohel."
*Links: http://biblos.com/genesis/4-20.htm

aer - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'air' [Acts 22:23], [Ephesians 2:2]. Associated spellings/words: air."

achr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'after' [Genesis 5:4, 6:4, 9:9, 9:28, 15:14, 22:20]; 'behind' [Genesis 18:10, 19:17, 26, 22:13]; 'another' [Genesis 4:25]; 'yet other' [Genesis 8:10]. Other definitions include: to follow. Associated spellings/words: 'achar; acher; ahr."

-ahara - "Definitions: bringer, fetching." (Sanskrit)

aharah - "Definitions: fodder." (Sanskrit)

achryt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'last' [Genesis 49:1]; 'uttermost parts' [Psalm 139:9]; 'reward' [Proverbs 24:14]; 'remnant' & 'residue' [Ezekiel 23: 25]. Other definitions include: latter, end, hindermost. Associated spellings/words: achariyth."

Aab - "There is also the phenomenon of four elements, besides one which is the source and goal of all elements: Nur, the ether; this makes them five. Baad the air, Aetsh the fire, Aab the water, Khaak the earth. These elements have worked in consonance with one another in order to bring about the results desired by the divine wisdom working behind them. In every Akasha or Asman they have been present either more or less; one without the other did not exist; the four together brought the fifth. In this
way the whole manifestation has taken place through a gradual process of development."
[Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html]

ahb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lovest' [Genesis 22:2], 'love' [Psalm 145:20]. Other definitions include: love, loved, friend, friends, friendly, friendship. Associated spellings/words: 'ahab, aheb."

ahat - "Definitions: lifetime, period of time; tomb, grave." (Egyptian)

Ahad - "In the word Ahad which means God, the only Being, two meanings are involved by assonance. A in Sanskrit means without, and Hudd in Arabic means limitation. Associated spellings/words: ahadiat."
*Links: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm
http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html

AI - "Symbolic sound for the manifest vibration of the superhuman power." (Tibetan Buddhism)

ai [a4] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('pictograph of a heart') + ji [i4] ('breath reversed or stopped as swallow; swallow') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. love. Associated spellings/words: wo ai ni ['I love you']." (Chinese)

ai [a4] - "Definitions: love (altered) + sui [u1] ('person with shackles, walk with difficulty'). General meanings include: v. gait; n. love. Associated spellings/words: airen [a4] (n. 'wife, husband').

hi - "Definitions; sun." (Japanese)

ay - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'where' [Genesis 3:9, 4:9]; 'isles' [Genesis 10:5]." Other definitions include: whence; what, of what; which. Associated spellings: 'ay."

he - "Reported triple warmer healing sound. Accompanied stretch consists of lying on your back, inhaling into all three cavities [chest, solar plexus, lower abdomen], and imagining a large roller pressing out your breath as it moves from head down to sexual organs. Associated spellings/words: heeeeeee."

hey - "Hindu and Arabic term for a figure-eight pattern paced on the ground, a sign meaning infinity. Related spellings/words: heh; eheyah ['existence']."

chy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'life' [Genesis 1:20, 30, 2:7, 9, 3:17, 22]; 'beast' [Genesis 1:24, 25, 30, 2:19, 3:1]; 'living' [Genesis 1:21, 24, 28, 2;7, 19]; 'saved' [Exodus 1:17]. Associated spellings/words: chayah, chay; hay; aya; hyh."

hie - "Definitions: strive, exert oneself." (Old English)

hai [a3] - "Definitions: where all [mei - e3] water [shui-u3] goes; sea, ocean. Associated spellings/words: hu ['river']. (Chinese) *Links: http://zhongwen.com/d/174/x252.htm

hai - "Definitions: Air of the Divine breath. Associated spellings/words: hu ['breath']." (Tibetan Buddhism)

hai - "Definitions: Lung. Associated spellings/words: haizou ['lungs']; runge; rangu." (Japanese)

hay - "Definitions: sigh, the sighing of one searching, or desiring, someone or something. Associated spellings/words: hya; hva." (Hebrew)

ahi - "Definitions: fire, to flee, escape." (Kapinga)

chyy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'live' [Genesis 3:22], [Exodus 1:16]; 'lived'[Genesis 5:5, 11:14, 25:7]. Associated spellings/words: chayay; hayay."

Aya - "Definitions: The Mother of All Things (Babylonian). Associated spellings/words: hyh; chyh."

hya - "Definitions: she." (Hebrew)

hya - "Definitions: sigh, the sighing of one searching, or desiring, someone or something. Associated spellings/words: hay; hva." (Hebrew)

hya - "Definitions: hawk, falcon, kite. Associated spellings/words: ayah." (Hebrew)

hyh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'was' [Genesis 1:2, 3:1]; 'shall be' [Genesis 1:29, 9:26, 34:10]; 'should be' [Genesis 2:18]; 'come to pass' [Genesis 4:14]; 'to be'[Genesis 10:8]; 'had' [Genesis 11:3]; 'had been' [Genesis 13:3]; 'let there be' [Genesis 13:8]; 'came' [Genesis 15:1]; 'saving' [Genesis 19:19]; 'be thou' [Genesis 24: 60]; 'came to pass' [Genesis 27:1]; 'been' [Genesis 31:5], [Isaiah 1:9]; 'I AM' [Exodus 3:14]; 'caused' [Numbers 31:16]; 'become' [Deuteronomy 27:9]; 'fell' [Joshua 22:20]; 'quit' [1 Samuel 4:9]; 'happened' [1 Samuel 6:9]; 'is done' [2 Chronicles 11:4]; 'done' [Nehemiah 6:8], [Ezekiel 39:8]; 'that I was altogether' [Psalm 50:21]; 'accomplished' [Proverbs 13:19]; 'committed' [Jeremiah 5:30]; 'brake' [Daniel 2:1]; 'fainted' [Daniel 18:27]. Other definitions include: be, is, exist; happen; were; had; lasted; fall out. Associated spellings/words: hayah; hvh ['be'] (Old Hebrew); avh; awh; hava; kwn, kvn ['be'] (Old Phoenician)."

hyh - "Definition: destruction, calamity. Associated spellings/words: hvh; huh; hovah." (Hebrew)

chyh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'lived' [Genesis 5:3, 5:6, 5:7], 'living thing'[Genesis 8:1], 'preserve' [Genesis 19:32]. Associated spellings/words: chayah, hayah."

ayu - "Definitions: life, the genius of life, life strength." (Sanskrit)

hio - "Definitions: gust, such as wind." (Hawaiian)

hew - "Definitions: mind." (Celtic)

heo - "Definitions: feminine personal pronoun [accusative hie]." (Old English). Associated spellings/words: she."

hyeo - "Definitions: tounge." (Korean)

heio - "Definitions: bright sky." (Old Norse)

heuh - "Definitions: creative word; seed of fire. Associated spellings/words: heu'h." (Celtic)

he-ewe - "According to the Judeao-Egyptian papyrus entitled Zeus Thunderer, King Adonai, Lord Iaooue, the non-vocalized breath pronunciation of YHWH was 'iauooe' - rather like a wispered 'he-ewe.' What is more relevant, however, is that they somehow learned how to capture the power and glory of yhwh, enhance it, and use it to astonishing effect." [Laurence Gardner, Lost Secrets of the Sacred Ark, p. 98]

hiva - "Definitions: black; reported Polynesian name for the Marquesas Islands." (Polynesian)

Heva - "Name for the first woman found in a book by Ramutsariar, a source that reportedly predates the Hebrew scriptures by about two thousand years." (Hindu)

Evohe - "Definitions: 'Evohe is one of the names of the God, derived from an ancient name of Dionysus, and cited as a Witches' cry in accounts of the Burning Times (Starhawk, The Spiral Dance, p. 129).' Associated spellings/words: Ay-VOH-hay!; IO EVOHE [yoh! Ay-VOH-hay!]."

Haiohwa'tha - "An Onondaga Iroquois and founder, or co-founder with Deganawida, of the Iroquois confederacy. Associated spellings/words: haionhwa'tha ['he makes rivers']." (Native American)

hjun - "Definitions: man and wife (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: hiun; hiwan ['members of a household']."

heol - "Name for the Sun." (Breton) *Link: http://www.nineplanets.org/days.html

Aeolus - "Definitions: In Greek and Roman mythology, son of Hippotes, appointed by Zeus as guardian of the winds. [....]' " *Link: http://www.theosociety.org/pasadena/etgloss/adi-ag.htm

Aiolos - "Definitions: god of winds; 'nimble; quick-moving' (Greek). Associated spellings/ words: Aeolus (Latin)."

Ayurveda - "Definitions: knowledge of life. Associated spellings/words: ayus ['life'] + veda ['knowledge']." (Sanskrit)

heurisko - "Definitions: find." (Greek)

heorte - "Definitions: holiday. Associated spellings/words: eorte; eortazw, heortazo ['feast, festival']." (Greek)

Ayuthia - "Definitions: invincible city, older name for the capital of Bangkok, Thailand. Associated spellings/words: Ayodya."

Ayodhya - "The ancient capital of Lord Rama, reportedly located on the Sarayu River in north India." (Hindu)

eoten - "Definitions: giant, monster." (Anglo-Saxon)

ays - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'man' [Genesis 2:23; 4:23, 19:8], [1 Kings 2:2]; 'husband' [Genesis 3:16]; 'one' [Genesis 11:3]; 'each' [Genesis 15:10]. Associated spellings/words: iysh; eesh."

heis - "Definitions: one." (Greek)

ayas - "Definitions: signs." (Arabic)

haizi [a2] - "Definitions: zi ('child') + hai [a2] ('two persons above and sprouting seed').

General meanings include: laugh; n. child." (Chinese)

ayasah - "Definitions: effort, exertion." (Sanskrit)

hizou - "Definitions: spleen." (Japanese)

hizva - "Definitions: tounge." (Avestan)

ayus - "Definitions: life (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ayusmant ['long-lived, (title of respect) sire etc.']

histemi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'stood' [Matthew 2:9]; 'setteth' [Matthew 4:5]; 'established' [Matthew 18:16]; 'brought' [Mark 13:9]. Other definitions include: set, stand, standing, covenanted, to make valid. Associated spell ings/words: isthmi."

HISTORY - "Definition: story, tale; methodical narrative of events, branch of knowledge dealing with these; methodical account of natural phenomena. Associated spellings/words: historeo ['to enquire into, examine, investigate'] (Greek).

hen - "Reported name for Egyptian hieroglyphs depicting young people, or children; to praise, exult, chant.

hen - "Definitions: one." (Greek)

ayn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words there was 'not' [Genesis 2:5]; 'un' [Psalm 145:3]; 'no' [Proverbs 8:24]. Other definitions include: without, except, neither, never, nigh, nothing, naught. Associated spellings/words: aleph + yod + nun.
ayn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'whence' [Genesis 29:4, 42:7], [Jonah 1:8]; 'where' [Job 28:12]. Associated spellings/words: aiyn: aleph + yod + nun."

ayn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'eyes' [Genesis 3:5, 6:8, 13:10,13:14, 16:4]; 'fountain' [Genesis 16:7]; 'presence' [Genesis 23:11]; 'well' [Genesis 24:29]. Associated spellings/words: ayin: ayin + yod + nun. Symbols: the letter Ayin that begins this word was once depicted as a simple circle shape. The other Hebrew symbol translated as 'A' was the bisected angle shape [Aleph]believed to signify the head and horns of cattle."

Ayn [A,H,O] - "The 16th [10th Elemental] letter in the Hebrew alphabet. General meanings include: see, look, gaze, foresight; number 70; the 28th ['In the form of God he created him'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Symbols: an eye [with or without pupil]; a circle [with or without dot in center]; a small y-like shape with a leftward-slanting staff [the modern depiction]. Associated spellings/words: ayin; eyin; oyin ['spring or source of water']; ainon ['springs']."

hin - "Definitions: many open boxes; goods, things; poverty, becomming poor, living in poverty." (Japanese)

Aine - "Definitions: 'Aine, whose name means "Brightness," dwells in a beautiful faery palace within a hill called Cnoc at Teelin in County Donegal, Ireland. Here she passes her time "spinning the sunbeams and making gold cloth of thread." [13] On Midsummer's Eve, the fesitval that honors the sun at its highest peak of power, faeries were said to emerge from every part of Ireland bearing lighted torches in her honor. They assembled at Cnoc Aine, County Limerick, where they joined people from the surrounding community and walked with them in procession up the hill to light a huge bonfire. At the end of the festivities, Aine herself emerged from the dying flames bearing a blazing torch and led the way back down to the village with the villagers behind her." [Based on: Parabola Article (Tir na Sorcha / Step into the unearthly light of Faerie) by Mara Freeman - Summer 2001 (Vol. 26, No 2 - LIGHT), p. 13] [13] - Daithi O hOgain, Myth, Legend & Romance, 1991

ayan - "Definitions: essences." (Sufi)

Hine - "Definitions: Tane's wife in Polynesian mythology. Associated spellings/words: ahina ['woman, female'] (Kapinga); ahine ['girl'] (Gilbertese); wahine ['woman'] (Hawaiian); Hine-titama ['The Dawn Maiden'] (Polynesian)."

ahine - "Definitions: girl (Gilbertese). Associated spellings/words: ahina ['woman, female'] (Kapinga); wahine ['woman'] (Hawaiian)."

aa'inah - "Definitions: mirror." (Persian)

Einion - "Definitions: Shepard boy who returned to the land above with his faery bride Olwen." (Celtic Myth / Wales)

Hinayana - "Definitions: small vehicle, lesser vehicle." (Sanskrit)

aynym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'eyes' [Genesis 3:6]."

hynv - "Definitions: Jehovah is praise (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: vanyah."

Hino - "The sky god and spirit of thunder who killed the water serpent that lived in the Great Lakes. (Native American Mythology / Iroquois). Associated spellings/words: Hinu, Heno."

Ain-Sof - "Definitions: without end, endlessness; infinite being or light, limitless light (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: ein sof, ayn sp."

Aina Khana - "The mind-world in the terms of the Sufi poets is called 'Aina Khana, which means the Palace of Mirrors. [....]" [Based on: http://www.sufimessage.com/mind-world/index.html]

aayandah - "Definitions: hereafter, in the future." (Persian)

hinter - "Definitions: behind." (German)

ayam - "Definitions: a pronoun meaning: this, this one, he; here, hereby (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: iyam, idam, esah."

ayim - "Definitions: dual." (Hebrew)

chyym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'life' [Genesis 2:7; 3:22, 24; 7:15], [Deuteronomy 30:15]. Other definitions include: lives. Associated spellings/words: chayiym.

HEMA /r - "Definitions: blood (Greek). Associated spellings/words: haima, haema."

aima - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'blood' [John 1:13]. Associated spellings/words: haima."

aymh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'horror' [Genesis 15:12]. Associated spellings/words: eymah."

himsa - "Definitions: harming (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ahimsa ['noninjury; absence of a desire to kill; absence']."

himinn - "Definitions: heaven (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: himmel."

himam - "Definitions: frost, snow, ice." (Sanskrit)

Himalaya - "Definitions: Mountains of Heaven." (Hindu)

hemophilia - "Definitions: love to blead. Associated spellings/words: haima ['blood'] + philia ['love'] (Greek)."

Heimdall - "Definitions: archaic Norse god born of the sea; the White God who protects the entrance to Asgard by guarding Bifrost, the Rainbow Bridge; genetic link between the gods and men (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Heimdallr." heimdallr - "Definitions: great ['dallr'] + world ['heim']."
*Links: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MjGejvGB4dQ&feature=related

ayr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'city' [Genesis 4:17, 11:4], 'cities' [Genesis 13:12]. Associated spellings/words: iyr: ayin + yod + resh."

ayr - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'watcher' [Daniel 4:13, 17, 23]. Associated spellings/words: ayin + yod + resh; npl ['down, cast down'] (Semitic)."

hil - "Definitions: to expire." (Mayan)

hil - "Definitions: die, kill; month." (Basque)

Hel - "Hollow place; name for the Goddess of the dead who lives in Niflheim [the Underworld], the location of which reportedly was believed to exist in the north." (Norse mythology)

ail - "Definitions: rock, stone." (Gaelic)

ayl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'ram' [Genesis 22:13]. Associated spellings/words: 'ayil."

chyl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'wealth' [Genesis 34:29]; 'activity' [Genesis 47:6]; 'host' [Exodus 14:4]; 'army' [Exodus 14:9]; 'able' [Exodus 18:29]. Other definitions include: valiantly, goods, war, wealth, substance, valour, strength, worthy, train, might, strong. Associated spellings/words: chayil, hayil."

HEAL - "Definitions: whole. Associated spellings/words: haelan; heelen; heilan; heila, heil; haijan."

HEEL - "Definitions: hinder part of the foot. Associated spellings/words: hela; haela; hiele; hiel; haell; hoh."

HEEL - "Definitions: inclined to one side. Associated spellings/words: hield; hieldan; helden; heald; hald; hallr ['inclined'] (Norse)."

hier - "Definitions: here." (German)

Hilaria - "Roman Easter carnival celebrating the resurrection of the savior-god Attis."

ayryn - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'watchers' [Daniel 4:17]."

helium - "Definitions: atomic particle most commonly composed of two protons and two electrons. Associated spellings/words: helios ['sun'] (Greek)."

hieros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'holy' [1 Corinthians 9:13]; [2 Timothy 3:15]. Other definitions include: sacred, holy, ritually holy. Other definitions include: belonging to the Gods, of the Gods. Trivia: ieros [hieros] appears in the NT only twice. Associated spellings/words: ieros."

iereus - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'priest' [Hebrews 5:6]. Associated spellings/words: hiereus."

hilaros - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'cheerful' [2 Corinthians 9:7]. Other definitions include: a spontaneous response to need. Trivia: this word appears only one time in the NT. Associated spellings/words: ilaros.

hilasmos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'propitiation' [1 John 2:2; 4:10]; 'mercyseat' [Hebrews 9:5]. Other definitions include: atonement. Associated spellings/words: ilasmos; hilaskomai, ilaskomai; hilasterion, ilasterion."

hilaskomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'merciful' [Luke 18:13]; 'reconciliation' [Hebrews 2:17]. Other definitions include: atonement. Associated spellings/words: ilaskomai; hilasterion, ilasterion; hilaskomai, ilaskomai."

hilasterion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'propitiation' [Romans 3:25]; 'mercyseat' [Hebrews 9:5]. Other definitions include: atonement. Associated spellings/words: ilasterion; hilaskomai, ilaskomai; hilasmos, ilasmos."

hirn - "Definitions: brain." (German)

ayln - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'tree' [Daniel 4:23]."

airen [a4] - "Definitions: wife, husband; love (altered) + sui [u1] ('person with shackles, walk with difficulty'). General meanings include: v. gait; n. love." (Chinese)

hillani - "Definitions: window (Babylonian). Associated spellings/words: bit hillani [window house'].

aylm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Elim' [Exodus 15:27, 16:1]; [Numbers 33:9, 10]. Associated spellings/words: 'Eylim."

hireomai - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'choose' [Philippians 1:22]; 'hath' & 'chosen' [2 Thessalonians 2:13]; 'choosing' [Hebrews 11:25]. Other definitions include: prefer. Associated spellings/words: eklegomai ['to select or choose']."

hieroglyphics - "Writing with picture signs employed more than 7,000 years ago, and used by the ancient Egyptians until about 100 B.C."

Hjordis - "Wife of Sigmund, subsequent to Borghild. Mother [by Sigmund] of Sigurd." [....]" *Link: http://www.authorama.com/nibelungenlied-2.html - [T.D. 12/08/07]

Hierophant - "Definitions: expounder of mysteries. Associated spellings/words: hieros ['sacred'] + phan, phainein ['reveal'] (Greek)."

Heliopolis - "Definitions: city of the sun (Greek). Associated spellings/words: Ounu, On (Egyptian). Trivia: 'Heliopolis was indelibly linked with Giza, which lies some 12 miles to its south-west. Indeed the three pyramids are arranged so they point to Heliopolis. As 'the chosen seats of the gods' and 'the birthplace of the gods', Heliopolis was the most sacred site of Egypt' [The Stargate Conspiracy, p. 3]."

hieratic - "A cursive form of writing used extensively by Egyptian priests."

ayk - "Definitions: how (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: 'ek; hyk, hek."

chyq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bosom' [Genesis 16:5]; 'midst' [1Kings 22:35]; 'within' [Job 19:27]; 'lap' [Proverbs 16:33]; 'bottom' [Ezekiel 43:13; 43:17]. Associated spellings/words: cheyq."

higashi - "Definitions: east." (Japanese)

heiken - "Definitions: balance; equilibrium; command of weight; centered." (Japanese)

hykl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'temple' [1 Samuel 1:9]; 'palace' [1 Kings 21:1]. Other definitions include: palaces. Associated spellings/words: heykal, hekal, hekhaloth ['heavenly palaces or halls'], ekallu."

hijra - "Definitions: to break off relations, emigrate." (Arabic)

Hip - "Definitions: Parent of All." (Phoenician)

ayb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'enemies' [Genesis 22:17]. Other definitions include: enemy, to be an enemy. Associated spellings/words: 'oyeb."

hyt - "Definitions: an independent oblique personal pronoun, (of) her (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: hyt."

ayt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fowels' [Genesis 15:11]. Associated spellings/words: ayit."

HOT - "Definitions: heat. Associated spellings/words: hat, het, heet, heiz, heiss, heitr."

HEAP - "Definitions: collection of things lying one upon another."

HEED - "Definitions: care, keeping."

HIDE - "Definitions: keep hidden; out of sight."

HEAT - "Definitions: warmth. Associated spellings/words: heif ['hot'] (German)."

HEAVE - "Definitions: Lift, raise, throw, cast, haul up, rise. Associated spellings/words: heben."

HEATH - "Definitions: open wasteland."

hayatt - "Definitions: life, existence" (Arabic, Malay). Associated spellings/words: hayya, chaya."

aybh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'enmity' [Genesis 3:15]. Other definitions include: hatred."

hyth - "Definitions: was." (Hebrew)

hita - "Definitions: good (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: hitavacana ['well-intentioned speaking']."

Ayida - "Definitions: Goddess of rainbows." (Haitian)

hito - "Definitions: person, man, human being, mankind, people; bandit." (Japanese)

aitho - "Definitions: shining, fire (Greek). Associated spellings/words: aether, ether."

haipule - "Definitions: religious, sacred." (Hawaiian)

Hippokrene - "Definitions 'Horse Spring'. " (Greek Mythology)

heben - "Definitions: raise." (German)

heaven - "Definitions: sky, firmament; region beyond the sky; habitation of God and his angels; state of bliss. Associated spellings/words: heofon, heban, himinn, hifn, himins, himil, hemel, himmel."

HEATHEN - "Inhabitant of open country; that which is hidden. Associated spellings/words: heiden (Germanic)

Ayatana - "Definitions: fields, especially the twelve sense fields, namely, the five sense organs [eye, ear, nose, tounge, body] and the objects corresponding to them [form, sound, odor, taste, bodily sensations] as well as the sixth sense organ [the thinking mind, or manas], and its objects [ideas, or dharmas]." (Sanskrit)

aytnym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ethanim' [1 Kings 8:2]. Other meanings include: flowing, streams; possible foreign seventh month name; October - November. History: reportedly, the months of Bul, Ziv, and Ethanim are not mentioned anywhere in the Torah [the first five books of the Old Testament]. These names are mentioned only four times - in the book of Kings. Associated spellings/words: Eythaniym; Marheshvan ['8th exilic Hebrew month name']; Arahsamna ['8th Akkadian month name']."

Hydra - "Definitions: a seven [or nine] - headed sea monster slain by Heracles." (Greek Mythology)

HYBRID - "Definitions: half-breed."

Hebrew - "Definitions: the region beyond. Associated spellings/words: abr; eber; habriu (Hebrew); apriu; ibri; idir ['between'] (Gaelic)."

Hiddikel - "Definitions: rapid motion; the 'third head' of the river flowing out of Eden (Old Testament). Associated spellings/words: idiiklat (Assyrian); Idiglat (Akkadian / Sumerian?); chdkl, hdkl (Hebrew)."

HU - "The HU has been in use for thousands of years by many different cultures and religious groups as a means to have a greater conscious contact with the Light and Sound of God. Texts or practices of the ancient Eyptians, Gnostics, Greek mystery schools, Druids, Sufi, Hermetic, early Christian, Coptic, Africans and Eckankar have, or still use the HU." [Based on: message (The HU) by Cybersailor_Rich, 10/03/2001] - [see link] *Link: http://www.suite101.com/discussion.cfm/10134/67951 *Other Links: 1." *Further Reading ...

Hu - "The true Name of God. The origin and end of every sound as well as the background of each word. The spirit of all sounds and of all words. It does not belong to any language, but no language can help belonging to it (Based on: The Path of the Masters, by Julian Johnson). Trivia: According to the best efforts of linguists and researchers the root of the present word God is the Sanskrit word hu which means to call upon, invoke, implore." Other Links: 1."

Hu - "Definitions: the supreme being (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: Allahu; isme-i-azm ['the name of the Most High']."

Hu - "Definitions: The Origin; essence; seed; infant; spirit (Celtic). Associated spellings/words: he, Hu-Hesus, Esus."

Hu - "Authoritative utterance; the protector; the creating word of the sun-god of Heliopolis; a word reportedly written on the Egyptian Sphinx; the Sphinx' name, as Lord of Two Horizons, i.e. moonrise and sunrise [and settings]."

Hu - "Hu (Arabic: ???) is the modern name of an Egyptian town on the Nile, which in more ancient times was the capital of the 7th Nome of Upper Egypt. The nome was referred to as Sesheshet (Sistrum). The main city was referred to as Hu(t)-sekhem, which was abbreviated as Hu. Which led to the Arabic name Hiw. In Ptolemaic times the city was called Diospolis Mikra. Hu was the centre of the cult surrounding Bat, a goddess in Egyptian mythology.[1] [NP] The goddess Bat remains the main goddess until at least the time of the 12th dynasty as she is mentioned on a shrine belonging to Senusret I. By the time of the New Kingdom Bat is replaced by Hathor as the main goddess worship ped at Hu.[2]"
[Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hu,_Egypt]

Hu - "Reportedly, the first of three chieftians who established the colony of Britain." (Welsh Cronicles)

Hu - "Godfrey Higgins states that Hu, the Mighty, regarded as the first settler of Britain, came from a place which the Welsh Triads call the Summer Country, the present site of Constantinople. Albert Pike says that the Lost Word of Masonry is concealed in the name of the Druid god Hu. The meager information extant concerning the secret initiations of the Druids indicates a decided similarity between their Mystery school and the schools of Greece and Egypt. Hu, the Sun God, was murdered and, after a number of strange ordeals and mystic rituals, was restored to life." [Based on: The Secret Teachings Of All Ages, by Manly P. Hall, p. 48 (2003 edition)]

Hu - "[....] Describing the temples of the Druids, Charles Heckethorn, in The Secret Societies of All Ages & Countries, says: 'Their temples wherein the sacred fire was preserved were generally situate on eminences and in dense groves of oak, and assumed various forms - circular, because a circle was the emblem of the universe; oval, in allusion to the mun dane egg, from which issued, according to the traditions of many nations, the universe, or, according to others, our first parents; serpentine, because a cross is an emblem of regeneration; or winged, to represent the motion of the Divine Spirit. *** Their chief deities were reducible to two - a male and a female, the great father and mother - Hu and Ceridwen, distinguished by the same characteristics as belong to Osiris and Isis, Bacchus and Ceres, or any other supreme god and goddess representing the two principles of all being.'" [Based on: The Secret Teachings Of All Ages, by Manly P. Hall, pp. 47-48 (2003 edition)]

Hu - "One of the five Chinese gods of the house; God of windows." (Chinese folklore)

Hu - "Definitions: "*Although the words Shu and Hu combined together as in 'Shu-hu' means 'lightning,' it is believed that this combined word was intentionally broken down by Chuangtzu in this myth (in the third-fourth century B.C.E.) to denote the truth that when the illumination from light strikes chaos, it leads to the creation of life and the restoration of order." [Based on: Subscript (*) for Parabola article (Repaying Hun-tun's Kindness), Vol. 28, No. 3, Fall 2003 (Chaos And Order), p. 61]

hu - "VIRGIN BIRTH. - The origin of this is to be found in the sacred Writings of Mu. It appears in the Fifth Command of The Creation: [NP] "From these cosmic eggs life came forth as commanded." [NP] In a subsequent table explaining the commands in

creation, cosmic eggs are referred to as "the virgins of Life." The sentence reads: "Hol Hu Kal." Translated into English it reads: Hol - closed; Hu - virgin womb; and Kal - to open. Free reading: To pierce or open the virgin womb of life. [....] Being the First Known commands or executors of the commands of the Creator, they were called of virgin birth to correspond with the teachings of the Sacred Writings regarding earthly life - thus the First life either of the Gods or nature was the result of Hol Hu Kal. [NP] Upon this ancient conception modern priesthoods (within the last two thousand years) have invented virgin births and immaculate conceptions for various men that have lived, as an example, Masters. [....]" [Based on: The Sacred Symbols of Mu, by Col. James Churchward, 1992 reprint (First published in 1933), pp. 48-50]

hu - "Definitions: Sun; good (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: hvar ['sun, glow']."

hu - "Definitions: deity (Dahomean, Fon, Haitian). Associated spellings/words: hun, vodun."

hu - "Definitions: call, invoke, invite, summon; offer, sacrifice." (Sanskrit)

hu - "Definitions: bird; ten. (Sumerian). Associated spellings/words: u."

hu [u1] - "Definitions: xi [i1] ('separated breath; pause') + kao [a3] ('pictograph of breath against an obstacle'). General meanings include: exhale; exclamatory particle. (Chinese)

hu [u1] - "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + hu [u1] ('exhale') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. exhale, call, shout. Associated spellings/words: huxi [u1i1] ('breathe'). (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/169/x73.htm

hu [u1] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart') + wu [u4] ('pictograph of banners on a pole to direct troops; v. do not') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. neglect; adv. suddenly. Associated spellings/words: hushi [u1i4] (v. 'neglect, ignore, overlook'). (Chinese)

hu [u1] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart / mind') + hu [u1] ('neglect') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. absent-minded. (Chinese)

hu [u1, u3] - "Pictograph of a tiger's striped fur." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/202/x79.htm

hu [u1] - "Definitions: hu [u1] ('tiger') + ren [e2] ('pictograph of human legs'). General meanings include: tiger crouching on legs; tiger. (Chinese)

hu [u1] - "Definitions: zhui [u1] ('pictograph of bird with short tail') + hu [u1] ('tiger') - phonetic. General meanings include: bird. (Chinese)

hu [u2] - "Definitions: rou [o4] ('pictograph of a carcass cut open; meat') + gu [u3] ('retold through ten mouths; ancient') - phonetic. General meanings include: ox jowl; barbarians to the north and west in ancient times; a surname. Associated spellings/words: hujiao [u2a1] ('black pepper'); hulai [u2a2] (v. 'bungle'); huluan [u2a4] (adj. 'confused'); hushuo [u2u1] (v. 'talk nonsense'); hu [u2] shou [u2] ba [a1] dao [a4] ('nonsensical, nonsense, drivel'). (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: shui [u3] ('streams flowing together; water') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl'). General meanings include: lake. Associated spellings/words: hubo [u2o2] ('lakes'); hubei [u2e3] (Hubei Province); hunan [u2a2] ('Hunan Province')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: biao [a1] ('long hair') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. beard. Associated spellings/words: huzi [u2] (n. beard')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: hui [u1] ('insect') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. butterfly." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: cao [a3] ('multiple sprouts; plant') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: plant from barbarian lands; gourd. Associated spellings/words: hulu [u2u2] (n. 'gourd')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: yu [u4] ('jade') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: coral." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: mi [i3] ('rice') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: n., v. paste; adj. blurred. Associated spellings/words: hutu [u2u2] (adj. 'careless, confused')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: shi [i2] ('collected rice; food') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: n.porridge, gruel. Associated spellings/words: hukou [u2o3] (v. 'eke out a living')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: xing [i2] ('step and stop; walk') + hu [u2] ('ox jowl') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. lane, alley. Associated spellings/words: hutong [u2o4] (n. 'lane, alley')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: quan [a3] ('dog') + gua [a1] ('pictograph of a melon-bearing plant; melon') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. fox. Associated spellings/words: huli [u2i2] (n. 'fox')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: gong [o1] ('bow') + gua [a1] ('pictograph of a melon-bearing plant; melon') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. arc. Associated spellings/words: huxing [u2i2] (n. 'arc')." (Chinese)

hu [u2] "Definitions: pictograph of a pot with lid, resembling shi [i4] ('scholar') and bottom resembling ya [a4] ('deformed person'). General meanings include: n. pot." (Chinese)

hu [u3] "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + xu [u3] ('permit') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. water's edge." (Chinese)

hu [u3] "Definitions: kou [o3] ('mouth') + hu [u1, u3] ('tiger'). General meanings include: from mouth of a tiger; howl, roar, scare." (Chinese)

hu [u3] "Definitions: yu [u4] ('jade') + hu [u1, u3] ('tiger'). General meanings include: amber. Associated spellings/words: hupo [u3o4] ('amber')" (Chinese)

hu [u4] "Definitions: hu [u4] ('pictograph of a device for twisting ropes'). General meanings include: adj. mutual. Associated spellings/words: hupo [u3o4] ('amber'); huhui [u4u4] ('reciprocal; v. reciprocate'); huli [u4i4] (adj. 'mutually beneficial'); huxiang [u4a1] ('mutual'); huxiang [u4a1] xuexi [e4i2] ('study from eachother'); huzhu [u4u4] ('mutual aid')." (Chinese)

hu [u4] "Definitions: pictograph of a door leaf. General meanings include: door, household. Associated spellings/words: hukou [u4o3] ('population'); huwai [u4a4] (adj. 'outdoor')." (Chinese)

hu [u4] "Definitions: yi [i4] ('city') + hu [u4] ('pictograph of a door leaf') - phonetic. General meanings include: place name: an ancient kingdom; adj. insolent. Associated spellings/words: hukou [u4o3] ('population'); huwai [u4a4] (adj. 'outdoor')." (Chinese)

hu [u4] "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + hu [u4] (place name: 'an ancient kingdom') - phonetic. General meanings include: local name of a river near Shanghai; abbreviation: Shanghai. Associated spellings/words: huyu [u4u3] (n. 'Shanghalese')." (Chinese)

hu [u4] "Definitions: yan [a2] ('words') + huo [u4] ('bird in the hand; capture') - phonetic. General meanings include: words securing; v. protect, shield. Associated spellings/words: hushi [u4i4] (n. 'nurse'); husong [u4o4] (v. 'escort'); huzhao [u4a4] ('passport')." (Chinese)

hu - "Definitions: how." (Old English)

hu - "Definitions: go." (Aztec)

ho - "Definitions: to go, to leave, to walk, to move, to progress, to come." (Mayan)

ho - "Reported healing sound for the stomach and spleen. Stretch consists of: fingers of both hands beneath sternum on left side - look up - press in as you push your middle back outward. Associated spellings/words: hoooooooo."

EU /p - "Definitions: pleasant, well, good [as in euology]. Related spellings/words: hu (Greek)."

eo - "Definitions: horse." (Old English) See: Ceorl @
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_AC.html - [T.D. - 12/21/07]

au - "Definitions: I, me, current." (Kapinga)

ao - "Definitions: the sunrise." (Polynesian)

hv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'him' [Exodus 15:2], [Psalm 145:18], [Proverbs 3:6], 'he' [Proverbs 3:6]. Other definitions include: a name for the One God; a synonym for YHVH; a noun used for the name of the Deity, rather than a pronoun; a divine title. Associated spellings/words: YHVH."

hv - "Definitions: alas!, ah!(Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: how, howy."

hv - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'which was' [Ezra 6:15]; 'one' [Daniel 2:9]; 'be' [Daniel 2:20]; 'are' [Daniel 2:20]; 'it' [Daniel 2:44, 7:7]; 'this' [Daniel 4:24,30], [Daniel 7:7]. Associated spellings/words: huw."

how - "Definitions: greetings." (Native American / Algonkian)

eau - "Definitions: water." (French)

huo [u3] - "Name for a pictograph showing a five-pointed 'star-like' shape. General meanings include: rising flames; fire, flame." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/164/x245.htm

hou [o4] - "Name for an ideograph believed to represent a queen; noble; behind, rear; after, afterwards. Associated spellings/words: huanghou [a2o4] ('empress')." (Chinese)
*Links: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x90.htm

hew - "Definitions: mind." (Celtic)

HUE - "Definitions: form, aspect, color."

hue - "Definitions: great." (Aztec)

HEW - "Definitions: cut or shape with or as if with an axe; conform strictly. Associated spellings/words: heawan, hauwan, hauen; hoggva; kauju ['strike, forge'] (Lithuanian)

huu - "Definitions: a kind of ancient chant." (Polynesian/Kapinga)

ahu - "Definitions: to scoop up." (Kapinga)

ahu - "Definitions: reeds (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: suf."

Huve - "The supreme god of the Bushmen of Africa."

AVOW - "Definitions: declare openly."

hvh - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'be'. Associated spellings/words: hyh."

HVH - "Definitions: to be, to exist. Associated spellings/words: YHVH ['I will become,' 'I will be']." (Hebrew)

hvh - "Definitions: ruin, disaster (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: hova."

hva - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'that' [Genesis 2:11,19]; 'of that' [Genesis 2:12]; 'it' [Genesis 3:6; 19:20]; 'she' [Genesis 3:12; 20:5]; 'he' [Genesis 4:4; 8:2; 32:31]; 'him' [Genesis 4:26]; 'is' [Genesis 9:18; 14:2]; 'which' [Genesis 14:3,17]; 'same' [Genesis 14:8; 15:18]; 'not' [Genesis 7:2]; 'this' [Genesis 15:2]; 'they' [Exodus 1:10]. Other definitions include: those, such, which, which is. Associated spellings/words: huw'."

hva - "Definitions: to be, become, exist, happen; to fall (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: hava."

hva - "The pressing down of the soil to form a firm and flat surface. Foundation." (Hebrew)

hva - "Definitions: sigh, the sighing of one searching, or desiring, someone or something; down? [Genesis 28:11] (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: hay."

eva - "Definitions: enclitic particle of emphasis, in fact, really, actually, exactly, just, only, entirely, quite, the same." (Sanskrit)

hua - "Definitions: to sing, to chant." (Polynesian/Kapinga)

hua [a1] - "Definitions: cao [a3] ('plant') + hua [a4] ('change'). General meanings include: n. flower; v. spend." (Chinese).

hua [a1 & a4] - "Definitions: hua [a1 & a4] ('emerging flowers and leaves of a plant; flashy') - phonetic + kou [o3] ('mouth'). General meanings include: n. clamor, uproar." (Chinese)

hua [a2] - "Definitions: fa [a2] ('person with a lance') - phonetic + dao [a1] ('pictograph of a knife'). General meanings include: row, paddle." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x69.htm

hua [a2] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + gu [u3] ('bones') - phonetic. General meanings include: slippery." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/183/x198.htm

hua [a2] - "Definitions: quan [a3] ('dog') + gu [u3] ('bones') - phonetic. General meanings include: slippery; adj. cunning." (Chinese).

hua [a2] - "Definitions: kao [a3] ('pictograph of breath against an object') + chui [u2] ('pictograph of plant with drooping leaves or fruit') + cao [a3] ('multiple sprouts'). General meanings include: emerging flowers and leaves of a plant; flowery, showy, magnificent, splendid. Simplified form shows hua [a4] ('person transformed') + shi [i2] ('four directions and a center')" (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/181/x216.htm

hua [a2] - "Definitions: hua [a2 & 4] ('flashy') - phonetic + yan [a2] ('words'). General meanings include: flashy words; clamor, uproar." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/195/x207.htm

hua [a2] - "Definitions: hua [a2 & 4] ('flashy') - phonetic + kou [03] ('mouth'). General meanings include: flashy mouth; clamor, uproar." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/188/x77.htm

hua [a4] - "Definitions: hua [a4] ('pictograph of a person upside down'). General meanings include: transform." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/u/xh9.htm

hua [a4] - "Definitions: ren [e2] ('person') + hua [a4] ('pictograph of a person upside down. General meanings include: transform; person transformed." (Chinese). *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/164/x198.htm

hua [a4] - "Name for an ideograph showing hua [a4] ('delineate') and dao [a1] ('knife'). General meanings include: delineate with a knife; divide; delimit; plan. (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: huafen ['divide']."
*Links: http://zhongwen.com/d/185/x186.htm

hua [a4] - "Definitions: yan [a2] + she [e2] ('mouth with object emerging') - phonetic. General meanings include: words. speech, discuss." (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: wa (Japanese)." *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/184/x220.htm

Ava - "Definitions: water." (Persian)

ava - "Definitions: down." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

awa - "Definitions: harbor, channel." (Kapinga)

hu'a - "Definitions: bubble." (Hawiian)

hawa - "Definitions: atmosphere; air; climate." (Malay)

awah - "Definitions: to desire, to long for, to want, to wish." (Hebrew)

chvh - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tell'. Associated spellings/words: amr."

chvh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Eve' [Genesis 3:20]. Associated spellings/words: chavah, hvh."
*Links: http://www.lunaea.com/goddess/wisdom/eve.html (T.D. - 12/01/06)

Huwa - "Hayy in Arabic means everlasting, and Hayyat means life, both of which words signify the everlasting nature of God. The word Huwal suggests the idea of omnipresence, and Huvva is the origin of the name of Eve, which is symbolic of manifestation; as Adam is symbolic of life, they are named in Sanskrit Purusha and Prakriti." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

Havvah - "Transliterated name for the biblical 'Eve,' or Adam's wife; the first woman; a word that by folk etymology was attributed to the Hebrew hayah [to live], and rendered 'The Mother of all Living;' reportedly, the real meaning of Havvah or Eve is still unknown. Associated spellings/words: hva, hua, chvh; huwa."

Hawwah - "Definitions: serpent." (Semitic)

auau - "Definitions: arm ring, bracelet." (Egyptian)

Hu Hu - "[....] The Lost Word - In the heavens the Celestial Sphinx is caught in the act of Creation. As he becomes a living God he gently expels his first breath Hhhhhhooooooo. As the first Word of God is pronounced it sounds like the harmonics of a cosmic breeze. ... As a second breath is expelled Hhhhhhooooooo the sounds and name of theAncient Egyptian god Hu Hu, meaning 'Authoritative Utterance: Word of God: Word of Creation', is revealed. [....]" [Based on; material "Copyright Audrey Fletcher 1999". See link for original and context.] *Link: http://ancientegypt.hypermart.net/sphinx/index.htm

huehue - "Definitions; old-old; cypress; an ancient drum made of a single hollowed-out log, set upright (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: huehuetl."

huehueteotl - "The god who gave life its beginning; 'Old god'." (Mayan) *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Huehueteotl

hui [i2] - "Definitions: hui [i2] ('pictograph of swirling within an enclosure'). Also represents double enclosure. General meanings include: v. to come back, return; measure word: times. Associated spellings/words: huihua [u2a4] (v. 'reply')" (Chinese) *Links: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x94.htm
http://www.mdbg.net/chindict/chindict.php?page=worddict&wdrst=0&wdqb=hui

hui [u3] - "Name for a pictograph believed to represent a small snake-like insect. General meanings include: snake, serpent; reptiles; insects." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/166/x228.htm

hui [u3] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart') + mei [e3] (adj. 'each, every') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. regret." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/174/x172.htm

hui [u3] - "Definitions: yan [a2] ('words') + mei [e3] (adj. 'each, every') - phonetic. General meanings include: v. teach." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/187/x163.htm

hui [u3] - "Definitions: tu [a3] ('dirt destroyed') - rare character including jiu [i4] ('mortar') & shu [u1] ('pound'). General meanings include: v. destroy." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/183/x180.htm

hui [u3] - "Definitions: huo [u3] ('fiery') + hui [u3] ('destruction')- phonetic. General meanings include: v. burn down." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/192/x236.htm

hui [u4] - "Definitions: ceng [e2] ('separate words with window; clarity') + ji [i2] ('many, gather'). General meanings include: v. meet; n. meeting, conference, association, society, can, be able to. Associated spellings/words: hui [u3] (v. 'will')" (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/192/x236.htm

aui - "Definitions the two forearms, the two hands; armlets, braclets (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: aiu ['hands, workmen, labourers']."

hoy - "Definitions: small sailing vessel."

hoy - "Definitions: to bless, make proper." (Mayan)

chvy - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hivite' [Genesis 10:17]. Associated spellings/words: Khivviy, Chivviy; hvy."

euoi - "Definitions: exultant cry at the Bacchanalia." (Greek)

huhi - "Definitions: All-Father." (Egyptian)

Hvovi - "Definitions: a traditional name for the wife of Zoroaster (Iranian). Associated spellings/words: hewouwi."

Aviv - "Definitions: spring." (Hebrew)

huayu [a2u3] - "Definitions: kao [a3] ('pictograph of breath against an obstacle') with chui u2] ('plant with drooping leaves or fruit') & cao [a3] ('multiple shoots'). General meanings include: Chinese Language."
*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chinese_language

huios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'son' [Matthew 1:1], [Mark 1:1]; 'children' [Mark 2:19]. Other definitions include: descendants. Associated spellings/ words: uios, hweeos; oioi, huioi ['sons']; uiothesia, huiothesia ['adoption']."

huiothesia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'adoption' [Romans 8:15]. Other definitions: sonship; full rights of sons. Associated spellings: uiothhesia; uios, huios ['son']; oioi, huioi ['sons']."

chvylh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Havilah' [Genesis 2:11]."

Hueyuka - "The Mansion of the Sun; the afterworld of the Caribs of the Antilles, a paradise of bliss and plenty."

Huyub Caan - "Definitions: Heart of heaven, Heavenly builder." (Mayan)

huic - "Definitions: carry; hoe." (Aztec)

avichal - "Definitions: 'Motionless Plane'."

avicala - "6 (otl) avical that which is decayed" (otl) = Cologne Online Tamil Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

avicala - "7 (mwd) avicala mfn. immovable, steady, firm MBh. Ma1rkP. / 8 (cap) avicala & {-calita} a. unmoved, constant." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon / (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary
*Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

avyakta - "Definitions: Unmanifested" (Sanskrit)

avidya - "Definitions: Ignorance of truth; a lack of enlightenment; unenlightened; the 1st Nidana; unconscious will." (Sanskrit)

huitz - "Definitions: thorn." (Aztec)

Huitzilpochtli - "An Aztec God name. The feast of the ninth month ('entirely given over to flower offerings') was dedicated to Huitzilpochtli. This was, reportedly, the only monthly ritual without human sacrifice."

Hou-ou - "Definitions: a reported name for the mythological Japanese phoenix."
*Link: http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/ho-oo-phoenix.shtml

os - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'that' [John 1:3]. Other definitions include: whom, which, whose. Associated spellings/words: hos.

os - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'as' [John 1:14]. Associated spellings/words: hos."

hus - "Definitions: terrifying." (Sumerian)

aus - "Definitions: out." (German)

AUS /r - "Definitions: hear."

HUSH - "Definitions: make or become silent; enjoining silence. Associated spellings/words: huish."

HOSE - "Definitions: article of clothing for one leg; pants."

HOUSE - "Definitions: dwelling place. Associated spellings/words: hus." (Old Norse)

hawaas - "Definitions: the senses." (Arabic)

hvsa - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Oshea' [Numbers 13:8]; 'Hosea' [Hosea 1:1]. Other definitions include: salvation. Associated spellings/words: Howshea."

hoza - "Definitions: circle of the law, dharma." (Japanese)

huzza - "Said by writers XII-XIII to be a sailors cheer or salute. Associated spellings/words: hooray, hurray."

avasah - "Definitions: dwelling, house." (Sanskrit)

avesah - "Definitions: attack (of emotion)." (Sanskrit)

hushi [u4i4] - "Definitions: hu [u4] ('protect, shield') + shi [i4] ('person who knows all from one to ten; scholar, gentleman'). General meanings include: n. nurse." (Chinese)

hvsayh - "Definitions: Jehovah as saved (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Hoshaiah."

hosios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Holy One' [Acts 2:27; 13:35]; 'mercies' [Acts 13:34]; 'holy' [1 Timothy 2:8], [Titus 1:8], [Hebrews 7:26]; [Revelation 15:4]; 'shalt be' [Revelations 16:5]. Other definitions include: piety, devoutness. Associated spellings/words: osios; osiotes, hosiotes ['holiness']; osme."

hosiotes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'holiness' [Luke 1:75], [Ephesians 4:24]. Associated spellings/words: osiotes; osios; osiotes; osme ['holily']."

hozo - "Definitions: harmony." (Native American / Navajo)

hosoo - "Definitions: lake." (Korean)

Hausos - "One of the most important goddesses of reconstructed Proto-Indo-European religion is the dawn goddess. Her name is reconstructed as Ausos (PIE *hv(2)ewso-'s- or *h2auso-s-, an s-stem), besides numerous epithets. [NP] Cognates of *hv(2)ewso-'s in the historical mythologies of Indo-European peoples include Indian Usas, Greek ??? (Eos), Latin Aurora, and Baltic Aušra ('dawn', c.f. Lithuanian Aušrine.). Germanic *Austron- is from an extended stem *hv(2)ews-tro-.[1] [....] The abduction and imprisonment of the dawn goddess, and her liberation by a heroic god slaying the dragon who imprisons her, is a central myth of Indo-European religion, reflected in numerous traditions. [NP] Most notably, it is the central myth of the Rigveda, a collection of hymns surrounding the Soma rituals dedicated to Indra in the new year celebrations of the early Indo-Aryans.[6]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hausos]

hozoni - "Definitions: healing chant." (Navajo)

Hosanna - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'Hosanna' [John 12:13], [Matthew 21:9]. Other definitions include: save now, save we beseech. Associated spellings/words: Osanna; Yahovah, YHVH (Psalm 118:26)."

howshama - "Definitions: whom Jehovah hears (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: how + shama ['hear, listen']."

Ausar - "Egyptian for Osiris. In the text of the Egyptian Book of the Dead it is stated that he was the son of Seb and Nut. Associated spellings/words: Heriri."

huzoor - "Definitions: presence of superior authority, [intj] your highness!" (Arabic)

husk - "Definitions: little house, core of fruit, sheath." (L.German)

aust - "Definitions: dawn, east (German). Associated spellings/words: eos, ushas."

HOST - "Definitions: army, great company, large number. Associated spellings/words: hostia ['victim'] (Latin); hosti-pots ['the one who has power over guest, or authority']."

hystera - "Definitions: whomb, uterus. Associated spellings/words: hustera (Greek); hoderos ['uterus'] (Greek); outhar ['udder'] (Greek); hudro ['water'] (Greek)."

hysteria - "Definitions: functional disturbance of the nervous system, which was thought to be due to disturbance of the uterine functions. XIX. modL., f. L. hystericus - Gr. husterikos, f. hustera womb; see -IA(1). So Hysteric XVII, -ics XVIII, hysterical XVII." (Based on: Oxford Concise Dictionary of Etymology - 1996)*Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hysteria

hostilis - "The western half, the area of evil omens and of the moon." (Roman)

auspice - "Definitions: divination by birds; propitious token, favorable influence. (Latin). Associated spellings/words: auspicium; avis ['bird'] + spek ['look']."

hosti-pots - "Definitions: the one who has power over guest, or authority."

eusebeia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'holiness' [Acts 3:12]; 'godliness' [1 Timothy 2:2, 3:16]. Associated spellings/words: eusebes ['godly'], eusebia ['religion, godly']; eusebos ['godly']; theosebeia ['godliness']."

hushabye baby - "Definitions: May the light of HU be with ye, baby." (Old European)

hustu - "Definitions: empty." (Basque)

husband - "Definitions: one bonded to the house."

Auster - "The wind blowing from the south, whose breath was pernicious to flowers as well as to health; he was the parent of rain." (Greek Mythology)

Eo(u)s phoros - "morning star/DAWN god of light" [Based on: http://www.lds-mormon.com/lucifer.shtml]

HUN - "Symbolic sound for the undefinable." (Tibetan Buddhism)

hun - "Definitions: the universal one; headband." (Mayan)

hun - "Definitions: a synonym for deity [vodun]." (African / Fon)

hun - "Name for an ideograph depicting the signs for vaporous and spirit. General meanings include: soul; spirit-soul. (Chinese). Associated spellings/words: hunpo ['soul']."

hon - "Definitions: root, origin, source; book; head; this; our." (Japanese)

hon - "Definitions: home, homeland." (Hungarian)

hon - "Definitions: a poetic term for wealth." (Hebrew)

aun - "Definitions: to cry out in pain, to wail [like a jakal]; to rob, to steal, to plunder, to commit deeds of violence." (Egyptian)

avn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'punishment' [Genesis 4:13], 'iniquity' [Genesis 15:16, 19:15], [Psalm 51:2]. Associated spellings/words: 'avon; psa, pesha ['rebellion, transgression']; chtha, chata, chatta ['to miss the mark; sin, sinneth, sinners']."

aion - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'ever' [Matthew 6:13], [Hebrews 13:8]; 'world' [Matthew 12:32], [Acts 15:18], [Ephesians 3:9]; 'world began' [Luke 1:70], [John 9:32]; 'eternal' [Ephesians 3:11]; 'evermore' [Hebrews 7:28]; 'worlds' [Hebrews 11:3]. Other definitions include: vital force, life; age, lifetime, period of time, epoch, a very long time; eternity. Associated spellings: aeon, eon; aionas ['forever'], aionios ['eternal']."

Huan - "Name for an ideograph believed to represent the image of breaking up ice with a knife; ice breaks, melts, vanishes; to seperate and scatter; Dispersing; the 59th hexagram: wind above, water below." (Chinese)

huan [a1] - "Definitions: guan [a4] ('screeching bird; stork') + qian [a4] ('exhale, yawn'). General meanings include: bird exhaling; adv. joyfully. Associated spellings/words: huanhu [a1u1] (v. 'cheer'); huanle [a1e4] (n. 'happiness'); huanxi [a1i3] (adj. 'happy'); huanxiao [a1a4] (v. 'laugh heartedly'); huanxin [a1i1] (joy, jubiliation'); huanying [a1i2] ('Welcome!')." (Chinese)

awen - "The first recorded attestation of the word occurs in Nennius' Historia Brittonum, a Latin text of circa 796 CE, based in part on earlier writings by the Welsh monk, Gildas. [NP] Awen derives from the Indo-European root *-uel, meaning 'to blow', andhas the same root as the Welsh word awel meaning 'breeze'. There is a parallel wordto 'awen' in Irish, ai, also meaning 'poetic inspiration' which derives from the same ancient root.[1]" *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Awen

eowyn - "Definitions: 'horse maiden'." *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

huna - "Definitions: nocturnal, concealed." (Maori)

huni - "Definitions: to inhabit." (Malay)

awani - "Definitions: abroad." (Eskimo)

honey - "An ancient preservitive used in Asia Minor from 3,500 B.C. to 1,750 B.C. to embalm the dead."

havani - "Definitions: the morning watch; morning (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: hawan."

huanying [a1i2] - "Definitions: huan [a1] ('bird exhaling') + ying [i2] ('move forward and look up'). General meanings include: phrase: Welcome!; v. to welcome." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/197/x119.htm

Hunhau - "The Mayan death god associated with the owl. Also known as Ah Puch."

Hun Hunahpu - "Definitions: along with Vucub Hunahpu ['Seven Hunter'], Hun Hunahpu ['One Hunter'] was a hero twin in the Popol Vuh." (Mayan Mythology)

Eunomia - "Definitions: order, the first of Aphrodite's three Horae." (Greek Mythology)

Awonawilona - "The creator god of the Zuni known as the All-container." (African Mythology)

Hunessai - "South American Indian term for 'the people of the waters, and plants associated with fish.' " (Witoto Mythology)

Huan-xi-xin - "Definitions: the feeling of delight; attachment of complacency." (Chinese)

Hoenir - "Definitions: Norse Asa [God] and brother of Odin who took up residence in Vana-heim." (Norse Mythology)

huang [a1] - "Definitions: wang [a2] ('death') - phonetic + chuan [a1] ('rivers'). General meanings include: flood." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/201/x218.htm

huang [a1] - "Definitions: cao [a3] ('plant') + huang [a1] ('flood') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. wild, uncultivated, desolate, barren; n. famine." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/175/x238.htm

huang [a1] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart') + huang [a1] ('run wild') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. scared." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/175/x238.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: zi [i4] ('pictograph of a nose') + wang [a2] ('king'). General meanings include: three legendary rulers of ancient China." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/172/x211.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: huang [a2] ('emperor') + feng [e4] ('phoenix'). General meanings include: phoenix (female)." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/176/x196.htm

Huang [a2] - "Definitions: a reported name for the mythological Chinese phoenix. Or, the 'femine' aspect." *Link: http://www.onmarkproductions.com/html/phoenix-china-popup.html [T.D. - 03/28/09]

huang [a2] - "Definitions: hui [u3] ('insect') + huang [a2] ('emperor') - phonetic. General meanings include: locust." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/189/x192.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart') + huang [a2] ('emperor') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. anxious, frightened." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/180/x113.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: chuo [o4] ('movement') + huang [a2] ('kings') - phonetic. General meanings include: fear; v. hurry." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/185/x78.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: chi [14] ('step') + huang [a2] ('kings') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. irresolute." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/180/x97.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: fu [u4] ('hill' - 'pictoigraph of three steps, the bottom one altered') + huang [a2] ('kings') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. dry moat, ditch." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/182/x170.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: huo [u3] ('fire') + huang [a2] ('kings') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. bright, brilliant." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/183/x215.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: zhi [i1] ('plant') + tu [u3] ('object rising through the earth'). General meanings include: flourish." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/183/x215.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: guang [a1] ('person carrying fire') + tian [a2] ('fields'). General meanings include: yellow-brown." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/182/x192.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: shi [i2] ('stone') + huang [a2] ('yellow') - phonetic. General meanings include: sulfur." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/193/x68.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: shui [u3] ('water') + huang [a2] ('yellow') - phonetic. General meanings include: n. reservoir." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/193/x68.htm

huang [a2] - "Definitions: zhu [u2] ('bamboo shoots') + huang [a2] ('yellow') - phonetic. General meanings include: reed (of a musical instrument)." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/194/x174.htm

huang [a3] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') + guang [a2] ('light') - phonetic. General meanings include: adj. dazzling." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/174/x204.htm

huang [a3] - "Definitions: jin [i1] ('cloth') + huang [a3&4] ('sunlight') - phonetic. General meanings include: cloth that stops sunlight; curtain." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/183/x69.htm

huang [a3] - "Definitions: xin [i1] ('heart / mind') + guang [a2] ('light') - phonetic. General meanings include: sudden insight." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/171/x233.htm

huang [a3] - "Definitions: yan [a2] ('words') + huang [a2] ('wild'). General meanings include: lie." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/193/x192.htm

huang [a4] - "Definitions: ri [i4] ('sun') + guang [a2] ('light') - phonetic. General meanings include: dazzling." (Chinese) *Link: http://zhongwen.com/d/174/x204.htm

HUNCH - "Definitions: thrust, shove, compress into a hump; push, thrust; lump, hunk."

hunge - "Definitions: 'voice, sound, echo'." (Armenian)
*Links: http://touchthehistory.blogspot.com/2008/11/carahunge-armenian-stonehenge.html

eunich - "Definitions: keeper or guardian of the bed. Associated spellings/words: eune ['bed'] + echo ['keep'] (Greek)."

hongse - "Definitions: red." (Chinese)

hungan - "Haitian term for priest of the vodun cult. Literally, 'deity [hun] chief [ga].' "

Huana Cauri - "Definitions: eldest of the first Inca brothers."

EVANGELIST - "Definitions: good messenger. Associated spellings/words: euangelos, eu ['well'] + angelos ['messenger'] (Greek)."

euangelion - "Definitions: An oral message, proclaimed good news. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: evangelium (Latin)."

HUNT - "Definitions: go in pursuit."

hund - "Definitions: dog." (German)

Hunahpu - "Definitions: 'Hunter'" (Mayan)

hun-tun - "Definitions: Emperor of the Center; Chaos." (Chinese Mythology)

Hunab Ku - "The one giver of movement and measure." (Mayan)

"Om" - "[....] After crossing Bunk Nal, the soul hears the Divine Melody, playing tunes of 'Om'. Muslim saints interpret this music as Allah-Hu (the sacred sound of God) and name the region after that. Hindus call the region Trikuti. It is the second spiritual region above the physical universe, and is a vast storehouse of karma—a reserve that has been accumulating for endless lives. The devotee is obliged to stay here for a considerable length of time since before he can ascend higher, the entire karmic burden must be liquidated. Swami Ji Himself refers to His long sojourn in this region. The soul is cleansed of its impurities through a lengthy period of meditation. As soon as purity has been achieved, the Master exhorts you to ascend to the region of Par Brahm (beyond Brahm), which is also called Daswan Dwar (the Tenth Gate). It is the third great Spiritual Region above the physical universe and it is here that all veils, or coverings, are removed from the soul. The soul then shines forth in all ofits innate and pristine radiance and glory. [NP] The soul here bathes in Maansarovar, the lake of the Nectar of Immortality, and becomes immortal in its then pure state. Cleansed of its last impurities, it yearns for the divine Bliss of union with the Absolute Lord. Next, the soul rises to Tribeni, the confluence of three streams, or currents, of Love, Light and Power, descending from the Highest God to support and sustain the universe of universes. [....]" [Based on: DISCOURSES ON SANT MAT (as delivered in Satsang) By HAZUR MAHARAJ SAWAN SINGH, Second (Revised) Edition 1970, pp. 22-23 - Copyright 1939]

aum - "By one account, the meaning for A.U.M. was rendered: Father, Mother, Son."

Aum - "[....] The Sanskrit name for the syllable is from a root nu 'to shout, sound', verbal pra-nu- being attested as 'to make a humming or droning sound' in the Brahmanas, and taking the specific meaning of 'to utter the syllable om' in the Cha-ndogya Upanishad and the Shrauta Sutras. More rarely used terms are aksara (lit. symbol, character) or ekaksara (lit. one symbol, character), and in later times omka-ra becomes prevalent. [....]" [Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Aum]

hum - "Definitions: I, we, ego." (Hindustani)

hum - "Definitions: sound, noise (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: fum ['sound']."

HUM /r - "Definitions: earth, ground. Associated spellings/words: humo ['cover with earth, bury']; humus (Latin); humanus ['man']; umbra ['shade, shadow'] (Latin)."

evam - "Definitions: in this way, like this, thus, so, you see how." (Sanskrit)

hvhm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hoham' [Joshua 10:3, 5 & 16-20]. Other definitions include: Jehovah impels; the king of Hebron who joined the league against Gibeon. Associated spellings/words: Howham."

Huma - "[....] In the word Huma, hu represents spirit, and the word mah in Arabic means water. In English the word "human" explains two facts which are characteristic of humanity: Hu means God and man means mind, which word comes from the Sanskrit Mana, mind being the ordinary man. The two words united represent the idea of the God-conscious man; in other words Hu, God, is in all things and beings, but it is in man by whom he is known. Human therefore may be said to mean God-conscious, God-realized, or God-man. The word Hamd means praise, Hamid, praiseworthy, and Muhammad, praiseful. The name of the Prophet of Islam was significant of his attitude of God."
*Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

Homa - "Definitions: tree of life (Persian). Associated spellings/words: homa ['offering, fire oblation'] (Sanskrit)."

Haoma - "Definitions: the plant of life." (Indo-Iranian Mythology)

chvmh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wall' [Exodus 14:22, 29]; 'walls' [Deuteronomy 3:5]. Other definitions include: walled. Associated spellings/words: chowmah.

humo - "Definitions: cover with earth, bury (Latin). Associated spellings/words: umbra ['shade, shadow']."

homo - "Definitions: same (Greek). Associated spellings/words: homos."

homios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'like' [Matthew 11:16], [1 John 3:2], [Revelation 1:13, 15, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: omoios; homoioma, omoiwma; homoiosis."

HOMEOSTASIS - "Definitions: stable internal environment; the maintenance of constant internal environmental conditions within the body. The activities of almost all the organs and tissues of the body are directed toward maintaining a homeostatic condition."

homoioma - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'like' [Romans 1:23]; 'similitude' [Romans 5:14]; 'likeness' [Romans 6:5; 8:3], [Philippians 2:7]; 'shapes' [Revelation 9:7]. Associated spellings/words: omoiwma; homoios, omoios."

homologeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'profess' [Matthew 7:23]; 'confess' [Matthew 10:32]; 'promised' [Matthew 14:7]; 'thanks' [Hebrews 13:15]; 'acknowledgeth' [1 John 2:3]. Other definitions include: confessed, confession. Associated spellings/words: omologew."

homothymadon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'one accord' [Acts 1:14]; 'one mind' [Romans 15:16]. Other definitions include: together. Associated spellings/words: omothumadon."

HYMN - "Definitions: song. Associated spellings/words: humnos ['song in praise of a God or hero'] (Greek)."

humneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hymn' [Matthew 26:30; 14:26]; 'praises' [Acts 16:25]; 'praise' [Hebrews 2:12]. Associated spellings/words: umnew."

humnos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hymns' [Ephesians 5:19], [Colossians 3:16]. Other definitions include: song in praise of a God or hero. Associated spellings/words: umnos."

HUMOUR - "Definitions: fluid, mental disposition, mood, temper, inclination, faculty of percieving this. Associated spellings/words: humere ['to be moist'] (Latin); HUMOR."

humilis - "Definitions: low, lowly, mean." (Latin)

humata - "Definitions: 'good thoughts' " (Avestan)

humitu - "Definitions: wall (Canaanite). Associated spellings/words: homah."

HUMBLE - "Definitions: having a low estimate of oneself XIII; of lowly condition XIV (Middle English). Associated spellings/words: (h)umble (Old French); umble, (also mod.) humble (Latin); humilis ['low, lowly, mean']; f. humus ['ground, earth'], rel. to homo ['man']."

Humbaba - "The first exploit of the heroic friends, Gilgamesh and Enkidu, was the slaying of the evil dragon monster Humbaba. Humbaba reportedly lived in a cedar forest."

hur - "Definition: the sun. Associated spellings/words: hvar."

hur - "Reportedly, a Sumerian word for mountain. Associated spellings/words: Hur-Sag ['the stony foothills']; Kur."

hur - "Definitions: the expression of Heavenly beauty (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: hoor ['virgin of paradise, nymph'] (Arabic); houri ['nymph of the Muslim paradise; black-eyed']."

hur - "Hur in Arabic means the beauties of the Heaven, its real meaning is the expression of heavenly beauty. Zahur in Arabic means manifestation, especially that of God in nature. Ahura Mazda is the name of God known to the Zoroastrians. This first word Ahura suggests Hu, upon which the whole name is built. [NP] All of these examples signify the origin of God in the word Hu; and the life of God in every thing and being." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

avr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'light' [Genesis 1:3, 4, 5, 18], [Exodus 10:23, etc.]; 'day' [Judges 16:2]. Associated spellings/words: 'owr [aleph + vav + resh]; ngh ['shine'] (Old Hebrew)."

avr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'skins' [Genesis 3:21; 27:16]; 'skin' [Exodus 22:27; 34:29, 30, etc.]. Other definitions include: hide. Associated spellings/words: 'owr [ayin + vav + resh]."

Avr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ur' [Genesis 11:28, 31; 15:7], [1 Chronicles 11:35]. Associated spellings/words: avr [aleph + vav + resh]."

avr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'blind' [Exodus: 4:11, etc.], [Isaiah 42:16, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: 'ivver [ayin + vav + resh]."

avr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'stirreth up' [Deuteronomy 32:11, etc.]; 'awake' [Judges 5:12], [Psalm 7:6]; 'lifted up' [2 Samuel 23:18, etc.]; 'raised' [Ezra 1:5, etc.]; 'master' [Malachi 2:12]. Other definitions include: to arouse, to waken, to incite. Associated spellings/words: 'uwr [ayin + vav + resh]."

avr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fires' [Isaiah 24:15]; 'fire' [Isaiah 31:9; 44:16; 47:14]; 'light' [Isaiah 50:11]: Behold all ye that kindle [qdch] a fire [as], that compass yourselves about [azr] with sparks [zyqh]: walk [ylk] in the light [avr] of your fire [as], and in the sparks [zyqh] that ye have kindled [bal], [Ezekiel 5:2]. This shall ye have of mine hand [yd]; Ye shall lie down [skb] in sorrow [matsbh]. Associated spellings/words: 'uwr [aleph + vav + resh]."

hvl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Hul' [Genesis 10:23]. Other definitions include: the second son of Aram; the grandson of Shem; circle."

avl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'unrighteousness' [Leviticus 19:15]; 'iniquity' [Ezekiel 28:15]. Other definitions include: injustice, unjust, wickedness. Associated spellings/words: 'evel."

hol - "Definitions: closed." (Mayan)

hoor - "Definitions: virgin of paradise, nymph (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: houri ['nymph; black-eyed']."

huer - "Definitions: shout." (French)

huel - "Definitions: able." (Aztec)

hule - "Definitions: owl (Middle English). Associated spellings/words: howl."

hyle - "Definitions: matter; wood. Associated spellings/words: hule." (Greek)

HULL - "Definitions: body or frame of a ship."

hvel - "Definitions: solar wheels (Old Norse). Associated spellings/words: Vili and Ve ['Odin's two brothers who helped to kill the giant Ymir'] (Teutonic Mythology)."

HURL - "Definitions: be carried along with violence, impel or throw with violence."

hu re - "Definitions: alertness, vivid, awake; he stares." (Tibetan)

hua(r) [a1] - "Definitions: cao [a3] ('multiple sprouts') + hua [a4] ('transform, change'). General meanings include: n. flower." (Chinese)

huwal - "Hayy in Arabic means everlasting, and Hayyat means life, both of which words signify the everlasting nature of God. The word Huwal suggests the idea of omnipresence, and Huvva is the origin of the name of Eve, which is symbolic of manifestation; as Adam is symbolic of life, they are named in Sanskrit Purusha and Prakriti."

*Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

AWARE - "Definitions: having realization. Associated spellings/words: awar, iwar, gewaer, giwar, gewahr."

Aware - Definitions: 'The beauty which is all the more precious because it does not last.' " (Japanese)

aura - "Definitions: subtle emanation, breath, breeze, air in motion."

hora - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hour' [Matthew 8:13; 24:36]; 'time' [Matthew 14:15; 18:1], [Luke 1:10], [John 12:23]; 'day' [Mark 6:35]; 'instant' [Luke 2:38]; 'season' [John 5:35], [2 Corinthians 7:8]; 'short' [1 Thessalonians 2:17]. Other definitions include: hours. Associated spellings/words: wra."

Hora - "Definitions: Greek goddess of the seasons and the order of nature. Associated spellings/words: hora ['hour'] (French); ahora ['now'] (Spanish); ERA ['period of time associated with something']; Horus (Egyptian)."

hura - "Definitions: wind." (Taino)

hula - "An ancient religious dance of Hawaii and the Easter Islands. The hulas are from the gods [noke akua mai] handed down from the beginning of the world."

hvala - "Definitions: thank you." (Bosnian)

Hulle - "Definitions: Germanic sky goddess identified with Frigga; said to have given flax to mankind. Associated spellings/words: Frau Holle; Holda; Hulda." (German Mythology)

Ahura - "Definitions: God, lord (Persian). Associated spellings/words: Ahura Mazda ['first father of the Righteous Order, who gave to the sun and stars their path']."

hvllh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'madness' [Ecclesiastes 1:17, 2:12, 7:25, 9:3]. Associated spellings/words: howlelah; hll ['praise, boast, arrogant']."

avly - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'it may' [Genesis 16:2]. Other definitions include: preadventure, unless, if, if so be. Associated spellings/words: uwlay."

Huli - "A festival celebrated in the East that corresponds to Europeans All Fools Day."

Aurinko - "Definitions: a name for the Sun." (Finnish)

aureola - "Definitions: golden. Associated spellings/words: aureolus, aurum."

hoorriyat - "Definitions: emancipation, freedom." (Arabic)

Holy Ghost - "Definitions: [....] A first step is to realize that the Crone was once a vital part of divinity, as real to her followers as the Holy Ghost to traditional Christians. In fact, even early Christianity - the nontraditional or Gnostic kind - had its own Crone figure, the feminine forerunner of the later, masculinized Holy Ghost. She was sometimes Sophia, personification of Wisdom; sometimes the Pneuma or Holy Spirit [agios pneuma]; sometimes Grandmother of God; sometimes the feminine Thought without whom God could not have functioned as a creator. The gnostic scripture Trimorphic Protennoi spoke of her as the typical pre-Christian female trinity: 'the one born first of all beings, the one who has three names and yet exists alone, as one. She dwells at all levels of the universe; she is the revealer who awakens those that sleep, who utters a call to remember, who saves.'(57) [....] [Based on: The Crone - Woman of Age, Wisdom, and Power, by Barbara G. Walker (Copyright 1985), p. 38] - (57) The Other Bible, Willis Barnstone, p. 288

hulu - "Definitions: feather." (Hawaiian)

Holo - "Whole (Greek). Associated spellings/words: holos."

hulu - "Definitions: shell of peas and beans." (Old English)

horao - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'see' [Matthew 8:4]; 'take heed' [Matthew 16:6]; 'saw' [John 1:34]. Other definitions include: seen, seeth, beholding. Associated spellings/words: oraw."

hullu - "Yoke (Old Semitic). Associated spellings/words: ol."

haurva - "Definitions: all, entire, complete (Avestan). Associated spellings/words: haurvam."

Horus - "Egyptian Zodiac sign 2 [September 28 - October 27]: God of the shining sun. Those born under this sign would risk their lives to avenge their father's death. They courageously face dangers and seldom forestall catastrophes. Associated spellings/words: pa-n-ipat (Egyptian), Paope (Coptic), Babah (Arabic)."
*Link: http://www.astraltraveler.com/calendars/egyptian.html

horoskopos - "Definitions: 'observer of the hour of birth'." (Greek)

hurum - "Definitions: fool, boor." (Sumerian)

Orok - "Definitions: goblin." See: Erech @ *Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

haurvata - "Definitions: wholeness, fullness, completeness; abundance; health, comfort, ease; the 6th Amesha Spenta." (Avestan)

Horus - "Definitions: Name for the hieratic head of the Osirian religion down to the time of Menes, about 5,000 B.C. History: Reportedly, every historic Pharaoh claimed to be Horus incarnate. Associated spellings/words: Heru; Osirus; Ormuz." (Egyptian Mythology)

horse - "Year of the Horse, the 7th twelve-year cycle in the Chinese calendar."

huhrus - "Definitions: hunger." (Gothic)

horaios - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'beautiful' [Matthew 23:27], [Acts 3:2, 10], [Romans 10:15]. Other definitions include: seasonable, appropriate horizo - "Definitions: bound." (Greek)

HORIZON - "Definitions: bound, limit; parallel to the plane of the horizon. Associated spellings/words: orizon (te), horizein, horos ['boundary, limit']."

hursag - "Definitions: foothill." (Sumerian)

hvarsgta - "Definitions: 'good deeds' " (Avestan)

euaresteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pleased' [Hebrews 11:5, 13:16]; 'please' [Hebrews 11:6]. Other definitions include: to please. Associated spellings/words: huarhstho, euarestos ['pleasing']; arestos ['pleasing']; aresko ['to please']."

euarestos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'acceptable' [Romans 12:1, 15:16]. Other definitions include: accepted, pleasing, well pleasing. Associated spellings/words: huarhstos; euprodektos ['acceptable, pleasant']."

horen - "Definitions hear." (German)

avlm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'for ever' [Genesis 3:22]; 'always' [Genesis 6:3]; 'old' [Genesis 6:4]; 'perpetual' [Genesis 9:12]; 'everlasting' [Genesis 21:33]. Associated spellings/words: owlam, oulam, [ayin + vav + lamech + mem]."

HORN - "O.E. horn 'horn of an animal,' also 'wind instrument' (originally made from animal horns), from P.Gmc. *hurnaz (cf. Ger. Horn, Du. horen, Goth. haurn), from PIE *ker- 'uppermost part of the body, head, horn, top, summit' (cf. Gk. karnon, L. cornu, Skt. srngam 'horn'). [....]"
*Link: http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?allowed_in_frame=0&search=horn&searchmode=none

Oulam - "Definitions: '+ The word "eternity," by which Christian theologians interpret the term "for ever and ever," does not exist in the Hebrew tongue - either as a word or meaning. Oulam, says Le Clerc, only imports a time when beginning or end is not known. "It does not mean 'infinite duration,' and the word for ever in the Old Testament, only signifies a "long time." Nor is the term "eternity" used in the Christian sensein the Puranas. For in Vishnu Purana, it is clearly stated that by Eternity and Imortality only "existence to the end of the Kalpa" is meant (Book II. chap viii.).' [Based on: T.S.D. Vol. 1, by H.P. Blavatsky (1999 edition), p. 336 [+ footnote]."

hullam - "Definitions wave." (Hungarian)

hormone - "Definitions: cell product in body fluids that has a specific effect on other cells. Associated spellings/words: horman; ['to set in motion'] (Greek)."

hormema - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'violence' [Revelation 18:21]. Other definitions include: rushing. Associated spellings/words: ormhma."

avlm al - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Everlasting God' [Genesis 21:33]. Associated spellings/words: owlam al."

eorl - "Definitions: Earl." (Old English)

HURL - "Definitions: be carried along with violence, impel or throw with violence."

Aurelia - "Definitions golden." (Latin)

eureka - "Definitions: I have found. Associated spellings/words: heureka." (Greek)

hurki - "Definitions sunstroke." (Akkadian, Chaldean)

eulogia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'blessing'. Associated spellings/words: hulogia; eulogeo ['to bless']; eulogetos ['blessed']."

eulogeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'bless' [Matthew 5:44]. Other definitions include: blessed, blessing, praise, praised, to speak well of. Associated spellings/words: huloghu; eulogetos ['blessed']; eulogia ['blessing']."

horkos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'oaths' [Matthew 5:33]; 'oath' [Matthew 14:7]. Other definitions include: seen, seeth, beholding. Associated spellings/words: horcos, orkos; horkomosia, orkwmosia; herkos ['enclosure']."

holcan - "Definitions warrior." (Mayan)

hul-kin - "Definitions sunstroke." (Hindu, Naga-Maya)

Hura C'an - "Definitions: Quiche Mayan equivalent of Mayan: Hunab Ku ['One Giver of Movement and Measure']."

horkomosia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'oath' [Hebrews 7:20, 21, 28]. Associated spellings/words: orkwmosia; horkos, orkos ['oath']."

Hvergelmir - "Definitions: the Mighty Roaring Cauldron, source of life-giving waters at the foundations of the earth." (Scandinavian Mythology)

hulk'ilal - "Definitions spirits of the dead." (Huchnom Indian)

eulogetos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'blessed' [Matthew 14:61]. Associated spellings/words: huloghtos; eulogeo ['to bless']; eulogia ['blessing']."

avrt - "Definitions: lights (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: aurt."

hold - "Definitions: friendly, pleasant." (Anglo-Saxon)

HOLD - "Definitions guard, keep in a certain condition."

Horeb - "Definitions: the mountain of God." (Old Testament)

eored - "Definitions: troop, calvary units." (Anglo-Saxon)
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_DF.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

HOARD - "Definitions treasure, secret place."

Holda - "Definitions: Germanic goddess associated with winter, snow, spinning, and wells; the kind one. Associated spellings/words: Hulda; Holle; Hulle; hollr ['gracious, loyal'] (Old Norse)."

huq - "Definitions one." (Quechua)

hok - "Definitions to take office." (Mayan)

hok - "Definitions learn." (Hakka)

Hog - "Year of the Hog, the 12th twelve-year cycle in the Chinese calendar."

HUG - "Definitions bring close together."

auge - "Definitions: eye, splendor (Greek). Associated spellings/words: augon (Old German); agn (Armenian); ayin (Hebrew)."

chvg - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'circuit' [Job 22:14]; 'compass' [Proverbs 8:27]; 'circle' [Isaiah 40:22]. Associated spellings/words: chuwg."

chvq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'appointed' [Proverbs 8:29]. Associated spellings/words: chq, chaqaq."

hugh - "Definitions: heart, mind, spirit (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: hug, huw."

hoch - "Definitions: high. Associated spellings/words: hochheben ['lift'] (German); heugh ['crag or cliff'] (Old English); hugel ['hill'] (German)."

HIGH - "Definitions: lofty. Associated spellings/words: heah, hoh, hoog, hoch, har, hauhs, kaukas ['swelling, boil']; karus ['height, hill']; haugr ['hill']; hiuhma ['heap']; kucha ['heap']."

HUGE - "Definitions: large. Associated spellings/words: ahuge."

HOOK - "Definitions corner, angle, point of land."

heugh - "Definitions crag or cliff." (Old English)

heu'c - "Definitions: breath; the creative word, the seed of fire, the first sound; spirit." (Celtic)

hu-ak - "Definitions: one truth; one God. Associated spellings/words: hak ['truth', 'the knowledge of God'] (Sufi)."

avga - "Definitions eggs." (Greek)

euche - "Definitions: prayer, oath. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: huche; euchomai ['prayer, vow']; proseuchomai ['to pray, or entreat']; proseuche ['prayer']." (Greek)

huaca - "Definitions: a word applied to everything supernatural or sacred; tumulus, artificial hill." (Mayan)

hueca - "Definitions far, distant." (Aztec)

hukka - "Definitions casket." (Arab) avegah - "Definitions: alarm, agitation." (Sanskrit)

Hugi - "Definitions: one of two ravens perched on the shoulders of Odin. Hugi is 'thought' and swifter than any man (Norse Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Hugin ['truth']."

Hygeia - "She was often depicted as a young woman feeding a large snake that was wrapped around her body. Sometimes the snake would be drinking from a jar that she carried. These attributes were later adopted by the Gallo-Roman healing goddess, Sirona." *Link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hygieia

hokku - "The opening link of a renga [verse] of haikai style poetry (Japanese). Associated spellings/words: haiku."

How Chu - "A Chinese god of the air." (Chinese Mythology)

hygies - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'whole' [Matthew 12:13]. Other definitions include: to be well or healthy. Associated spellings/words: ugies, ugihs."

August - "The old Roman month of Sextilis. It was renamed on account of Emperor Augustus."

hujan - "Definitions rain." (Malay)

hugjan - "Definitions think, consider." (Gaelic)

hwaejun - "Definitions turn." (Korean)

hau k'in - "Definitions solar priest." (Mayan)

auxano - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'grow' [Matthew 6:28]. Other definitions include: grew, grown, increase, increased. Associated spellings/words: auxo."

hygiaino - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'whole' [Luke 5:31]; 'sound' [Luke 15:27]; 'health' [3 John 1:2]. Other definitions include: wholesome. Associated spellings/words: hugiaino, ugiainw."

eugenes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'noble' [Acts 17:11], [1 Corinthians 1:26]. Associated spellings/words: hughnhs."

hukm - "Definitions: order, decree, statute, law (Arabic). Associated spellings/words: hukum."

hukim - "Definitions: knower." (Arabic)

chkmh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wisdom' [Exodus 28:3, etc], [Proverb 8:1, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: chokmah."

Hokhmah - "Definitions: Wisdom; pure undifferentiated thought; the 2nd sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the act of emanation [from Ein Sof] into the tzimtzum in the process of creation; the 3rd ['God said, let there be light'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Associated spellings/words: hokmah; hakama; chokmah; chakhmah; Atzilut, the World of Emanation." (Hebrew)

Chokmah - "Definitions: Wisdom; the creative Power of Yahweh; second sepirot on the Kabbalistic tree of Life. Associated spellings/words: Hokmah; Shekinah; Prthivi; Vac ['speech'] (Sanskrit); Sophia ['wisdom'] (Greek)."

euchomai - "Definitions: prayer, oath. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: huchomai; euche ['prayer, oath']; proseuchomai ['to pray, or entreat']; proseuche ['prayer']." (Greek)

chkmvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'wisdom' [Psalm 49:3], [Proverb 1:20, 9:1, 14:1, 27:4?]. Other definitions include: female (maternal) wisdom?. Associated spellings/words: chokmowth."

hugel - "Definitions hill." (German)

augere - "Definitions to increase." (Latin)

eucharisteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'thanks' [Matthew 15:36]. Other definitions include: thank, thanked, thankful. Associated spellings/words: hucharisthu; eucharistos ['thankful']; eucharistia ['thanksgiving']."

Hukikat - "Definitions: essential truth, final reality." (Arabic)

avgb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'organ' [Genesis 4:21]. Associated spellings/words: uwgab."

hukhta - "Definitions: 'good words' " (Avestan)

HEIGHT - "Definitions: a high location. Associated spellings/words: hehou, hiehou, hogede, hoochte, hoogte, hohida, hauhipa." avp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'fowl' & 'fly' [Genesis 1:20]. Associated spellings/words: aop."

hut - "1 (mwd) hut - mfn. sacrificing (ifc. ; see %{agni-h-} &c.)" (mwd = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon) *Link: http://www.sanskrit-lexicon.uni-koeln.de/cgi-bin/tamil/recherche

hut - "True and perfect Faqirs have referred to this region [Sat Purush] as *Hut." [Based on: Sar Bachan Prose, Part 1, p. 18, section 12] *Links: http://tinyurl.com/83e87hf *Other links:
http://www.rsfaith.org/images/stories/RSFBooks/English/Sar_Bachan_Radhasoami_Prose/sar_bachan_radhasoami_prose_1c.html

aut - "Definitions: family; sheep and goats, animals, flocks (Egyptian). Associated spellings/words: aut neb ['all kinds of four-footed beasts']."

hwt - "Definitions: an independent oblique personal pronoun, (of) him (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: hwt, hvt, hut."

avt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'signs' [Genesis 1:14]; 'mark' [Genesis 4:15]: 'token' [Genesis 9:12, 17:11]. Associated spellings/words: oth, owth; att."

avd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'again' [Genesis 4:25]; 'yet' [Genesis 7:4; 18:22; 46:30]; 'no more' [Genesis 8:12; 9:15]; 'but' [Genesis 35:16]; 'a good while' [Genesis 46:29]; 'long' [Genesis 48:15]; 'not longer' [Exodus 2:3]; 'moreover' [Exodus 3:15]; 'furthermore' [Exodus 4:6]. Other definitions include: still, henceforth, further. Associated spellings/words: 'owd [ayin + vav + dath]."

avd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'solemnly protest' [Genesis 43:3]; 'charge' [Exodus 9:29]; 'testified' [Exodus 21:29]; 'witness' [Deuteronomy 4:26]. Other definitions include: testify, record, to repeat, or do again. Associated spellings/words: 'uwd, 'ud [ayin + vav + dath]."

hvd - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'honour' [Numbers 27:20]; 'majesty' [Psalm 145:5]. Other definitions include: glory. Associated spellings/words: howd."

Hod - "Definitions: splendor, the 8th sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the 5th day of creation on which God said: 'Let the waters teem with fish and other life and let the skies be filled with birds of every kind.'; The 23rd ['God said, let the earth bring forth animals'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness. Associated spellings/words: hvd; Yetzirah, the World of Formation." (Hebrew)

Hod - "Definitions: Norse blind god who killed the youthful savior Balder with the thrust of a spear or arrow of mistletoe." (Norse Mythology)

AUD /r- "Definitions hear."

hupe - "Definitions: heap (MLG). Associated spellings/words: hufo ['heap'] (OHG)."

HOPE - "Definitions: desire with expectation of fulfillment. Associated spellings/words: tohopa, hopian, hopen."

HOOP - "Definitions: circle. Associated spellings/words: hop ['small land-locked bay'] (Old Norse)

avts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hastened' [Genesis 19:15]. Associated spellings/words: 'uwts."

HIDE - "Definitions: skin. Associated spellings/words: hyd, hud, huid, hut, kutos, cutis."

HIDE - "Definitions: measure of land reckoned sufficient to support a free family with dependents. Associated spellings/words: hid, higid, hig, hiw, hi-, hy-, heiwa, hiwan ['members of a household'], hiun, hjun ['man and his wife']."

Aodh - "Definitions: fire; a name of the Celtic god of the sun (Gaelic). Associated spellings/words aed."

haut - "Definitions skin." (German)

hudd - "In the word Ahad which means God, the only Being, two meanings are involved by assonance. A in Sanskrit means without, and Hudd in Arabic means limitation." *Link: http://wahiduddin.net/mv2/II/II_8.htm - [T.D. - 11/03/07]

Aoede - "Definitions: song, one of the three Muses." (Greek)

chvts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'without' [Genesis 6:14; 9:22]; 'out' [Genesis 24:29]; 'abroad' [Genesis 15:5]; 'fields' [Proverbs 8:26]. Other definitions include: outside. Associated spellings/words: chuwts."

chvth - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'thread' [Genesis 14:23]. Associated spelling/words: chuwt."

huta - "Definitions: pour into the fire, cast into the fire, offer, sacrifice." (Sanskrit)

heute - "Definitions today." (German)

Hotei - "Replenishment; Japanese god of luck and happiness, known as the laughing Buddha."

hubi - "Definitions to bring down." (Mayan)

hupia - "Definitions ghost, the spirit of a dead person." (Taino)

hvdyh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words: 'Hodijah' [Nehemiah 8:7, 9:5, 10:18]. Reported definitions include: 'majesty of Jehovah. (1.) One of the Levites who assisted Ezra in expounding the law. (2.) A levite who sealed the covenant.' [Easton] Associated spellings/words: Howdiyah.

euodia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sweet savour' [2 Corinthians 2:15]; 'sweatsmelling' [Ephesians 5:2]; 'sweet smell' [Philippians 4:18]. Other definitions include: aroma, fragrance. Associated spellings/words: huodia."

HYPO /p - "Definitions: below, under, sub, less (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hupo, upo."

avtv - "Definitions: him (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: avtm ['them']."

AUTO /r - "Definitions: self. Associated spellings/words: autos ['self, same'] (Greek); atua ['God'] (Maori)."

Ho Tu - "Definitions: name associated with the Chinese Yellow River Map."

Hoddu - "Reportedly, a Hebrew term for India."

hoodoo - "A category of magic in the beliefs found among Negroes of the southern United States. Associated spellings/words: vodun ['deity'] (Dahomean, Haitian)."

Hou Tu - "A Chinese spirit of the earth." (Chinese Mythology)

hautou - "Definitions: of himself, themself, them." (Greek)

odos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'way' [Mark 1:3]. Other definitions include: route. Associated spellings/words: hodos."

avts - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hastened' [Genesis 19:15]. Associated spellings/words: 'uwts."

autos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'him' [John 1:3]; 'it' [John 1:5]; 'them' [John 1:12]; self."

outos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'same' [John 1:2]. Associated spellings/words: houtos."

huetz - "Definitions fall." (Aztec)

hypostasis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'confident' [2 Corinthians 9:4]; 'person' [Hebrews 1:3]; 'substance' [Hebrews 11:1]. Other definitions include: assurance, being sure. Associated spellings/words: upostasis."

HYPN /r - "Definitions: sleep. Associated spellings/words: hypnos, hupnos, upnos (Greek)."

hoppan - "Definitions: leap, dance" (Anglo-Saxon). Associated spellings/words: hoppings ['wakes']."

huphen - "Definitions: the sign (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hyphen."

avadana - "Definitions great deed." (Sanskrit)

hyponoeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'think' [Acts 13:25]; 'supposed' [Acts 25:18]; 'deemed' [Acts 27:27]. Associated spellings/words: uponoew."

hypnos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sleep' [Matthew 1:24]. Other definitions include: arrogance. Associated spellings/words: upnos."

uthenteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'authority' [1 Timothy 2:12]. Associated spellings/words: authhnthoa."

avtm - "Definitions them (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: avtv ['him']."

euthumeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'good cheer' [Acts 27:22, 25]; 'merry' [James 5:13]. Other definitions include: to be encouraged. Associated spellings/words: huthumho, euthymeo; euthumos, euthymos ['to be of good cheer']."

euthumos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'cheerfully' [Acts 24:10]; 'good cheer' [Acts 27:36]. Other definitions include: to be of good cheer, to cheer up. Associated spellings/words: huthumos, euthymos; euthumeo, euthymeo." hypomeno - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'patience' [Luke 8:15], [Romans 5:3]; 'continuance' [Romans 2:7]; 'enduring' [2 Corinthians 1:6]. Other definitions include: to patiently endure. Associated spellings/words: upomonh."

EUPHEMISM - "Definitions: The substitution of an agreeable or inoffensive expression for one that may offend or suggest something unpleasant. Related spellings/words: eu ['pleasant'] + pheme ['speaking'], euphemizein ['speak fair'], euphemos ['fair of speech']." (Greek)

hypomimnesko - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'remembered' [Luke 22:61]; 'remembrance' [John 14:26]. Other definitions include: remember, in mind. Associated spellings/words: upomimnhskw."

HYDR /r - "English root word meaning: water. Associated spellings/words: hudr."

hotr - "Definitions class of Vedic priests." (Hindu)

huper - "Definitions over, above." (Greek)

HYPER /p - "English root word meaning: over, above, excessive. Associated spellings/words: Hyperboreans ['beyond the north wind'] (Greek)."

hubur - "Definitions: the process of fermentation; the river of fertility in the underworld. Associated words/spellings: khubur; khumur." (Sumerian, Babylonian Mythology)

Hobal - "The name of a pre-Mohammedan god said to have been brought from Syria. Some say that Hobal was the real name of Al-lahu, the chief of the gods of pre-Islamic times. Associated spellings/words: Hubal."

Hoder - "Definitions: Norse blind god who killed the youthful savior Balder with the thrust of a spear or arrow of mistletoe." (Norse Mythology)

HOBBLE - "Definitions: move unsteadily up and down; fasten together the legs of a horse. Associated spellings/words: hopple."

HUDDLE - "Definitions conceal; pile or push together in disorderly fasion; crowd together confusedly."

AUTHOR - "Definitions creator."

avatar - "Definitions a descent, to descend into." (Sanskrit)

hudra - "Definitions: water serpent (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hudor ['water'], hydra."

Aubrey - "Reported definitions: elf power (Teutonic). Associated spellings/words: Alberic ['king of the elves']."

Audrey - "Reported definitions: noble strength." (Teutonic)

euporia - "Definitions: riches, means, wealth. Related spellings/words: huporia." (Greek)

hybris - "Definitions: 1. wanton violence, arising from pride of strength, passion, etc., riotousness insolence, lewdness, licentiousness. 2. of acts towards others, a pieceof wanton violence, despiteful treatment, an outrage, gross insult, assault and battery [....] 3. harm, detriment, damage, loss. [....] (Based on: Liddell & Scott's Greek-English Lexicon, 17th edition, 1891). Associated spellings/words: ubris, hubris. (Greek)"

hybrizo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'spitefully' [Matthew 22:6]; 'reproachest' [Luke 11:45] 'spitefully' & 'entreated' [Luke 18:32]; 'despitefully' [Acts 14:5]; 'shamefully entreated' [1 Thessalonians 2:2]. Associated spellings/words: ubrizo; hybristes, ubristes; enybrizo."

euphrosune - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'joy' [Acts 2:28]; 'gladness' [Acts 14:17]. Associated spellings/words: huprosunh; euphraino."

hoplon - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'weapons' [John 18:3], [2 Corinthians 10:4]; 'instruments' [Romans 6:13]; 'armour' [Romans 13:12], [2 Corinthians 6:7]. Associated spellings/words: oplon."

hyperion - "Definitions: the sun, later deposed by Apollo. Consort of Thea. Father of: Eos; Selene; Helius."

euphraino - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'joy' . Associated spellings/words: huphraino; euphrosune."

hopland - "Definitions: 'temple land'. Associated spellings/words: Hofland." (Norse)

hydrogen - "Definitions element with the lowest atomic weight."

autarkeia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'sufficiency' [2 Corinthians 9:8]; 'contentment' [1 Timothy 6:6]. Associated spellings/words: autarkhia; arkeo."

hypereteo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'served' [Acts 13:36]; 'ministered' [Acts 20:32]; 'minister' [Acts 24:23]. Other definitions include: to serve or render service. Associated spellings/words: uperetew."

hyperetes - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'officer' [Matthew 5:25]. Other definitions include: a servant, helper, or assistant, servants, ministers, officers. Associated spellings/words: upereths."

Euphrates - "Definitions: Greek spelling for the 'fourth head' of the river flowing out of Eden. Associated spellings/words: Huphraths, Huphrates (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hva prt (Hebrew); Prt; Purattu; Buranun."

hyperepania - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pride' [Mark 7:22]. Other definitions include: arrogance. Associated spellings/words: uperhphania."

hyperbaino - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'beyond' [1 Thessalonians 4:6]. Other definitions include: to sin by overstepping the limits. Associated spellings/words: uperbainw."

hyperphroneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'highly' [Romans 12:3]. Other definitions include: to think highly. Associated spellings/words: uperphronho."

hypselophroneo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'highminded' [Romans 11:20], [1 Timothy 6:17]. Other definitions include: proud, haughty. Associated spellings/words: uthhlophronew."

hyperephanos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'proud' [Luke 1:51], [Romans 1:30], [2 Timothy 3:2], [James 4:6], [1 Peter 5:5]. Other definitions include: pride. Associated spellings/words: uperhphanos."

euprodektos - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'acceptable' [Romans 15:16]. Other definitions include: accepted. Related spellings/words: huprodhktos."

Autheqa - "Definitions: the ancient one; one of the appellations of Kether, the first emanation, or sephirot in the Kabbalah Tree of Life. Associated spellings/words:Autkeqa" *Links: http://strongsnumbers.com/hebrew/6275.htm

eudokia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'good' [Matthew 11:26]. Other definitions include: desire, pleasure, good pleasure. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hudokia, eudokeia."

eudokeo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'pleased' [Matthew 3:17]. Other definitions include: well pleased, good pleasure, willing, good. (Greek). Associated spellings/words: hudokho; eudokeia ['good pleasure'], eudokia."

hypakouo - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'obey' [Acts 7:39]; 'obedient' [2 Corinthians 2:9], [Philippians 2:8]. Other definitions include: to obey. Associated spellings/words: uphkoos; akouo ['to hear']."

Hod-gsal - "Definitions: Clear Light (Tibetan). Associated spellings/words: Od-sal."

hypochondriac - "Anatomical regions to the right and left of the epigastric region. Associated spellings/words: hypo ['beneath, under'] + chondral ['cartilage']."

hypogastric - "Below the belly; the midline region directly inferior to the umbilical region."

hypokrites - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'hypocrites' [Matthew 6:2]; 'hypocrite' [Luke 13:15]. Other definitions include: someone acting out the part of a character in a play, a person who masks his real self while he plays out a part for his audience. Associated spellings/words: upokriths; hypokrisis; hypokrinomai."

ho tekton - "Definitions: trade craftsman, teacher, scholar; Greek word used in the New Testament that was in English translated to 'carpenter'. The Semitic word was naggar."

hudat - "Definitions guides." (Quran)

Hobbits - "Definitions: 'hole-dwellers' ."
*Link: http://www.quicksilver899.com/Tolkien/LOTR/LOTR_GL.html - [T.D. - 12/22/07]

authades - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'selfwilled' [Titus 1:7], [2 Peter 2:10]. Other definitions include: stubborn, arrogant. Associated spellings/words: authadhs."

hypotasso - "Definitions: decay (Greek). Associated spellings/words: upotasso."

autopsy - "Definitions: initiation." (Greek)

hwt-psdt - "Definitions: the Mansion of the Great Ennead."

haut toit - "Definitions: high roof (French). Associated spellings/words: hoity-toity."

hypotyposis - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'pattern' [1 Timothy 1:16]; 'form' [2 Timothy 1:13]. Associated spellings/words: upotupwsis."

hypotenuse - "Definitions: stretched under. Associated spellings/words: hypo ['under'] + teinein ['to stretch'] (Greek)."

hypotage - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'subjection' [2 Corinthians 9:13]. Other definitions include: submission. Associated spellings/words: upotagh; hypotasso, upotassw."

hypodeiknymi - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'warned' [Matthew 3:7]; 'shew' [Luke 6:47], [Acts 9:16]; 'forewarn' [Luke 12:5]; 'shewed' [Acts 20:35]. Other definitions include: to show. Associated spellings/words: upodeiknumi." hypodeigma - "Definitions: example." (Greek)

as - "Definitions: be; to sit quietly, abide, remain (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: Ashvatta ['The Hindu tree of life [creation] with its branches hanging downward']; ats ['tree'] (Hebrew)."

as - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'burning' [Genesis 15:17]; 'fire' [Genesis 19:24; 22:6, ect.], [Exodus 3:2, etc.]. Other definitions include: hot. Associated spellings/words: esh."

as - "Definitions: one; unique; alone; spider; wish; curse; to desire; six; many, much; to annoint; shrine; three" (Sumerian)

As [A] - "Definitions: a god, one of the Aesir; ancestral god; ash tree; cosmic axis [Yggdrassil]; the wind-blown cloak of Odhinn [ansuz]; reciever-container / transformer expressor; the 4th Rune commonly depicted by a vertical staff with two parallel downward-slanting appendages. Associated spellings/words: os; ass ['the ridgepole supporting a roof'] (Icelandic); ansus, ansuz (Runic); ace, as ['throw of one at dice'] (Latin) See: atschyym ['Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tree' [ats] of 'life' [chyym][Genesis 2:9]."

As - "Definitions: an Egyptian god from the first dynasties - reportedly one of the first to be depicted with a human body and an animal head. Associated spelling/words: Ash; Set. *Link: http://www.nemo.nu/ibisportal/0egyptintro/1egypt/index.htm - T.D. - 04/30/08

az - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'goat' [Genesis 15:9]. Associated spellings/words: ez."

az - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'strength' [Exodus 15:2 ]; 'strengthened' [Proverbs 8:28]. Other definitions include: power, might. Associated spellings/words: 'oz; azz."

az - "Definitions: wing (Aztec). Associated spellings/words: azta ['egret']."

ez - "Definitions: blood." (Aztec)

AS /p - "English prefix meaning: to; the assimilated form of AD - before S."

ace - "Definitions: throw of one at dice (Latin). Associated spellings/words: as, heis ['one'] (Greek)

has - "Definitions: to break or cut off [twigs or branches]. Associated spellings/words: haz." (Sumerian)

esz - "Definitions: to eat; wisdom." (Hungarian)

has - "Definitions: laugh (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: hasati."

HAZE - "Definitions: thick fog, thin mist. Associated spellings/words: hawsey, heysey, haizy."

HAZE - "Definitions: scare, scold, beat; harass with excessive work. Associated spellings/words: haser ['tease, anger, insult.] (Old French)."

ash - "Definitions: cedar wood, cedar tree; vase, vessel, pot; a bronze fire-stand; much, many; to cry out, to call, to call out, to summon, to invoke, to lament, to groan; wicked word, curse." (Egyptian)

ash - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'made' [Genesis 1:7, 1:16, 1:25, 1:31, etc.]; 'yielding'[Genesis 1:11, 1:12]; 'make' [Genesis 1:26]; 'do' [Genesis 11:16, 16:6, 22:12]; 'done'[Genesis 3:13, 9:24]; 'did' [Genesis 6:22]; 'gotten' [Genesis 12:5]; 'hearth' [Genesis 18:6]; 'this' [Genesis 20:5]; 'shewed' [Genesis 24:14]; 'keep' [Exodus 12:48], [Deuteronomy 5:15]. Other meanings include: fashion; accomplish; doctor, healer; a generic word identifying an undetermined action. Associated spellings/words: asah; pl, pal ['do, make'] (Old Hebrew / Old Phoenician)."

ash - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'woman' [Genesis 2:22]; 'wife' [Genesis 12:11], 'wives' [Genesis 4:19, 4:23], 'themselves' [Genesis 3:7]. Associated spellings/words: ishshah, ishshaw."

azh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Gaza' [Genesis 10:19]. Associated spellings/words: Azzah."

hzh - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'this' [Genesis 7:1]."

asa - "Definitions: hope." (Sanskrit)

chzh - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'provide' [Exodus 18:21]; 'saw' [Exodus 24:11], [Numbers 24:4]; 'prophesy' [Isaiah 30:10]; 'look' [Micah 4:11]. Other definitions include: seeth, see, seen, behold, vision, look. Associated spellings/words: chazah, hazah; rah, ayn."

Asha - "Definitions: to be much or many, to be abundant, to happen often or frequently." (Egyptian)

asha - "Definitions: a rich man, man of easy circumstances; food." (Egyptian)

Asha - "A fundamental concept of Zoroastrianism; there is no adequate translation, although the following are often used: World Order, Truth, Right, righteousness, holiness." (Old Iranian). Associated spellings/words: rta (Sanskrit)."

esah - "Definitions: a pronoun meaning this, this one, he; here[is], see, herewith" (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: ayam."

chzh - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'saw' [Daniel 4:13]. Associated spellings/words: chza, chzv ['visions']; hzh."

hazi - "Definitions: grow." (Basque)

hasya - "Definitions: laughter." (Hindu)

asayya - "Definitions: physician (Aramaic). Associated spellings/words: essenoi."

Assiyah - "The fourth world, the World of Making, the World of Manifestation; the world encompassing Malkuth. Associated spellings/words: asaiah ['made by Jehovah'], asyh; ats ['tree']." (Hebrew)

Aziz - "Definitions: The Lord's Messenger (Syrian). Associated spellings/words: Azazel."

Essenes - "The Essenes were one of three main philosophical Jewish sects [the other two being the Pharisees and the Sadducees]."

hsin chi - "The fasting mind" (Chinese)

Hashim - "Definitions: Great-grandfather of Muhammad.

atschyym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'tree' [ats] of 'life' [chyym]" [Genesis 2:9]."

Ezili - "[....] Maitresse Erzulie (also known as Ezili) is the Vodoun mistress who rules over love, eloquence, help, beauty, and fortune, as well as vengeance, jealousy, and discord. Each one of these aspects is represented by a different veve, but all have a heart shape as a central theme. [....]" [Based on article: (Veve, The Sacred Symbol of Vodoun) by Lilith Dorsey - Parabola, Vol. 24, No. 3, 1999, p. 45]

Asiaq - "Definitions: Goddess of weather." (Eskimo)

asu - "Definitions: breath." (Sanskrit)

Asv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Esau' [Genesis 25:25]. Associated spellings/words: Asu; Edom."

asv - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'made' [Genesis 3:7]. Associated spellings/words: ash."

Aso - "In Borneo, a dragonlike creature that protects people from evil spirits."

Eshu - "The mischevious messenger of the gods among the Yoruba of southwestern Nigeria; the owner of every road of life. Associated spellings/words: Exu, Eleggua, Esu."

chzv - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'visions' [Daniel 4:13]."

asva - "Definitions: horse; bird." (Sanskrit)

asvah - "Definitions: horse." (Sanskrit)

asava - "Definitions: outflow, secretion; defilement, canker; mental intoxication, the defilement of mind; the opposite of Arhat, the Buddist ideal state. The four asavas are: Kama [sensuality], Bhava [lust of life], Ditthi [false view], and Avidya [ignorance] (Pali). Associated spellings/words: asrava."

Asvan - "... (mwd) P. (pf. 3. pl. %{-svenus} Bhat2t2.) to resound." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Asvins - "Definitions: The joint husbands of Surya, the sun-maid daughter of the sun-god Surya, also known as Duhita Suryasya [Daughter of the Sun]; the Divine Twins, believed to be the offspring of Dyaus [Bright Sky]; also believed to be the offspring of Vivasvat and Saranyu; Rescuers. Associated spellings/words: Asvina ['Pair of Horsemen']." (Vedic Mythology)

hsu wu - "Definitions: state of emptiness." (Chinese)

azvz - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'might' [Psalm 145:6]. Associated spellings/words: ezuwz."

Azeus - "Definitions: Semitic sun god."

exousia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word 'powers' [Romans 13:1]; 'power' [Romans 13:1]. Other definitions include: freedom of choice; freedom of action; power to give orders; authority; right; strength. Associated spellings/words: hxousia; katexousiazo."

asvasah - "Definitions: [breathing freely:] feeling of comfort, optimism." (Sanskrit)

Heshwash ceremony - "Definitions: the 'hiding' ceremony of the California Yokuts Indians." (Native American)

Azon - "Definitions: Syrian sun god name; founder of the city of Aza (or Gaza)."

asunetos - "Transliterated spelling for the word/words: 'understand' [Romans 10:19]. Other definitions include: misunderstand. Associated spellings/words: asunhtos, asynetos."

Ash Wednesday - "At Rome's New Year Feast of Attonement in March, people reportedly wore sackcloth and bathed in ashes to attone for their sins."

ASSUME - "Definitions: take to or upon oneself; claim, take for granted. Associated spellings/words: as + sumere ['take']."

Asvr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Asshur' [Genesis 10:11]. Associated spellings/words: Assyria. Trivia: 'Winged-shaped Ashur originates from the Sumerian sun-goddess Ummi-Shamash. [...] Ashur or the Holy Spirit is always depicted hovering above the Tree of Life, which was called Asherah. [...] Asherah comes from "asher", which comes from "asharo", which means "the beginning" or "the start". [....]' " *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

asvr - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'band' [Daniel 4:23]. Other definitions include: imprisonment."

Asshur - "Definitions: the Assyrian god of war who appears as an archer within a winged disk, who replaced Marduk, the Babylonian god; the Hebrew spelling for Assyria."

asura - "Definitions: spiritual lord." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

Asura - "Definitions: a sun god; reportedly, all the chief Aryan gods were sun gods." (Iranian)

Asura - "Definitions: refers to the lower gods who dwell on the slopes or summit of the world mountain Sumeru, or in castles of air; enemies of the gods [devas]; demon, evil spirit; titan; Lord, a frequent Vedic epithet for Varuna (Sanskrit). Associated spell- ings/words: asurah."

asura - "Definitions: demons. Asura Lok, the region of demons. In the oldest portions of the Rig Veda, Asura is used for the supreme spirit; later, sura came to mean 'gods', and asura, 'demons', 'enemies of God' [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456]." (Sanskrit)

chsvk - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'darkness' [Daniel 2:22]. Trivia: this word appears only one time in the OT. Associated spellings/words: chashowk."

Ashoka - "King of the Maurya kingdom of northern India, who reigned 272-236 B.C.E. and died ca. 231. Associated spellings/words: Asoka."

hsuxia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words: 'silence' [Acts 22:2], [1 Timothy 2:11, 12] 'quietness' [2 Thessalonians 3:12]. Associated spellings/words: hesychia; sigao, siagw ['close, shut up']."

ashubha - "Definitions: unfavorable, unfortunate, impure, ugly; the opposite of shubha." (Sanskrit)

asvt - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'made' [Genesis 2:3, 4]. Associated spellings/words: ash."

Ashvatta - "Definitions: the Hindu 'tree of life' [creation] with its branches hanging downward."

asotia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'excess' [Ephesians 5:18]; 'riot' [Titus 1:6], [1 Peter 4:4]. Other definitions include: loss of self-control. Associated spellings/words: aselgeia."

esthio - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'eateth' [Matthew 9:11]; 'eat' [1 Corinthians 10:18]; 'devour' [Hebrews 10:27]. Other definitions include: eating, eaten. Associated spellings/words: asthiw."

ESOTERIC - "Definitions: mysterious or secret. Associated spellings/words: esoterikos, esotero ['inner']; eso ['within']; es, eis ['into']."

asis - "Definitions: prayer, benediction." (Sanskrit)

ESIS /s- "Definitions: action, condition, quality. Associated spellings/words: ASIS, OSIS."

ASSESS - "Definitions: settle the amount of; rate for taxation; evaluate. Associated spellings/words: as + sidere ['sit']."

azasi - "Definitions: basic." (Indonesian)

Azazel - "Definitions: God's Messenger; the deity who received sacrificial goats on the Jewish Day of attonement [Yom Kippur, New Year] (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: Aziz-El ['the Strong One']."

azn - "Transliterated Old Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hearken' [Genesis 4:23, etc.]. Other definitions include: give ear. Associated spellings/words: 'azan; sma."

azn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'ears' [Genesis 20:8]; 'audience' [Genesis 23:10]. Other definitions include: ear. Associated spellings/words: 'ozen.

azn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'audience' [Genesis 23:10]. Associated spellings/words: 'ozen.

asn - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'smoking' [Genesis 15:17, etc.]; 'smoke' [Exodus 19:18, etc.]. Associated spellings/words: ashan."

essen - "Definitions: food, eat." (German)

hosen - "Definitions: treasure, wealth, material prosperity. Associated spellings/words: chsn, chosen."

asana - "Definitions: posture; in spiritual practice, a meditative pose, with body erect, mind in poise [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456]. Other definitions include: sitting, sitting down." (Sanskrit)

asanna - "Definitions: near, beside." (Sanskrit)

asani - "Definitions: thunderbolt." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

essenoi - "Definitions: physician (Greek). Associated spellings/words: asayya."

asanam - "Definitions: seat, couch." (Sanskrit)

Ezenmah - "Definitions: Great Festival; ninth month of the year." (Sumerian)

asanga - "Definitions: Untouched, Unbound, Unfettered." (Sanskrit)

asanka - "Definitions: apprehension, fear." (Sanskrit)

ESSENCE - "Definitions: fundamental nature or quality. Associated spellings/words: esse, ousia, einai."

Etznab - "Definitions: hall of mirrors, mirror, facing shadow, sword of truth, knife, flint, dissonance, silver, timelessness, discriminition, clarity, integration of paradox, spiritual warriorship; 18th day name (Mayan). Associated spellings/words: Eznab ['17th day'] (Yucatec); Tijax ['17th day'] (Quiche)."

ESSENTIAL - "Definitions: substance; existence; being."

asm - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'guiltiness' [Genesis 26:10]; 'trespass offering' [Leviticus 5:6], [1 Samuel 6:4]; 'sin' [Proverbs 14:9], [Isaiah 53:10], [Jeremiah 51:5]. Other definitions include: to offend, be guilty, condem, condemnation. Associated spellings/words: 'asham."

asam - "Definitions: to become strong." (Hebrew)

Asma - "Definitions: appellations, or prestige; the daughter of Abu Bakr, the first caliph of the Muslims." (Arabic)

asmita - "Definitions: 'cosmic ego', a fundamental and subtle level of ego." (Sanskrit)

Az-mawet - "Mot is Strong" (Hebrew)

Asmodeus - "Definitions: the god Asmo, or Aeshma, a Persian deity associated with Ahriman."

asamskrta - "Definitions: unconditioned, unproduced; the opposite of samskrta (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: asamskrita, asankhata."

asman - "Definitions: sky, heaven (Persian); 'plane of the definite forms of matter' (Sufi - see link). Associated spellings/words: aasmaan; akasha." *Link: http://www.sufimessage.com/soul-whence-whither/intro.html

chsml - "Definitions: from Ezekiel 1:4, referring to the radiating halo surrounding the vision of the Lord (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: hashmal."

assimulo - "Definitions: simulate, immitate, represent." (Latin)

Esmeralda - "Definitions: emerald. (Middle French)

ASSIMILATE - "Definitions: make like; absorb and incorporate. Associated spellings/words: as + similis ['similar']."

ASSEMBLE - "Definitions: collect into one place. Associated spellings/words: as + simul ['together']."

asr - "Definitions: a relative particle (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: asar."

asr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'which' [Genesis 1:7]; 'as' [Genesis 7:9]; 'whom' [Genesis 2:8]; 'where' [Genesis 2:11]; 'when' [Genesis 6:4]; 'wherein' [Genesis 7:15]; 'that' [Genesis 13:16]. Other definitions include: such as; because; with whom; whomsoever; whose; therein; whereas. Associated spellings/words: 'aher, asher."

asr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'rich' [Genesis 14:23]. Other definitions include: to store or lay up, enrich, wealth, treasure. Associated spellings/words: ashar; oser."

asr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'bound' [Genesis 39:20, 40:3, 40:5]. Other definitions include: bind, tie. Associated spellings/words: 'acar, aw-sar."

Asr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for Jacob's 8th son, 'Asher,' [Genesis 30:13]: And Leah said: Happy am I, for the daughters will call me blessed: and she called his name Asher. Jacob's 2nd son conceived by Zilpah."

asr - "Definitions: ten; with other numbers (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: eser."

azr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'an help meet' [Genesis 2:18]; 'help' [Exodus 18:4, etc.], [Hosea 13:9]. Other definitions include: help. Associated spellings/words: 'ezer [ayin + zayin + resh]."

azr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'girded' [1 Samuel 2:4], [Psalm 93:1], [Isaiah 45:5, etc.]; 'bindeth' [Job 30:18]; 'girdeth' [Psalm 18:32; 65:6]; 'gird' [Isaiah 8:9]; 'compass about' [Isaiah 50:11]. Other definitions include: help. Associa- asl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'grove' [Genesis 21:33]; 'tree' [1 Samuel 22:6, 31:13]. Other definitions include: tamarisk. Associated spellings/words: 'eshel; alh ['terebinth']."

azl - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ezel' [1 Samuel 20:19]. Associated spellings/words: 'ezel."

azal - "Definitions: eternity, without beginning." (Arabic)

azal - "Definitions: to move (Hebrew). Associated spellings/words: mazaloth ['constellations']."

Asar - "[....] ... the great Ancestor-god of the dynastic Egyptians. The origin of the god and the exact pronunciation of his name are not known. He was said to be the son of Shu and Tefnut and the grandson of Geb and Nut. He and his wife Isis and his brother and sister Set and Nephthys, and his son Horus, were brought forth by Nut at the same time. [....]" - [Based on: An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, by E.A. Wallis Budge [Dover edition], Vol. 1, p. 83]. Hieroglyphs include: a (side view of a) chair, seat, throne + an eye. Associated spellings/words: Ausar; Osiris (Greek spelling); Uasar, Uasri." *Links: http://www.themystica.com/mythical-folk/articles/osiris.html

chsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'abated' [Genesis 8:3]; 'decreased' [Genesis 8:5]. Associated spellings/words: chacer."

chsr - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'need' [1 Samuel 21:15]. Other definitions include: lack, lacketh, fail, void, want, wanteth, destitute. Associated spellings/words: haser, chacer, khawsare."

ayser - "Definitions: all." (Hebrew)

ashar - "Definitions: to go straight." (Hebrew)

Aesir - "Definitions: Asians, the Norse gods led by Father Odin, who invaded the lands of the elder deities (Vanir). The Aesir came from Asaland, or Asaheimr, meaning both - Land of Gods, and Asia. The Norse word for a god was Ass. The Egyptian god Osiris was formerly Ausar."

haazir - "Definitions: [adj.] present, ready, in attendance." (Arabic)

azra - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ezra' [Nehemiah 12:1]. Other definitions include: help. Associated spellings/words: Ezra."

azrh - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'help' [Psalm 35;2, 60:11, 108:12]. Other meanings include: to give help, support, or assistance; aid. Associated spellings/words: 'ezrah."

asrh - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'groves' [Exodus 34:13], [Deuteronomy 7:5, 12:3], [1 Kings 14:15, 23; 18:19], [2 Kings 17:10]; 'grove' [Deuteronomy 16:21], [Judges 6:25], [1 Kings 15:13, 16:33], [2 Kings 23:7]. Other definitions include: wooden pole; tree; trees; statues; pillars. Associated spellings/words: ashar ['to be straight, erect, or upright']; 'asherah; asherim; aserot; ashtoreth."

Asherah - "The asherahs originally marked the limits of the sacred precincts, and that in the Ma'sub inscription it is the equivalent of 'sacred enclosure.' Moore finds in this fact the explanation of the use of the word in Assyrian (ashirtu, ashrâti; eshirtu, eshrâti), in the sense of sanctuary. Assyrian and Phenician use of the word in the sense of 'sanctuary,' taken in connection with the Arabian and Syrian use of it as the name of a goddess, indicates that the posts were used at the sanctuaries of the primitive Semitic mother-goddess, and that in course of time their name attached itself in certain quarters to the goddess herself, and has survived in South Arabia and Syria. Asherah was also the name of a Syrian goddess. In the El- Amarna tablets of the fifteenth century B.C. her name appears with the determinative for deity as a part of the name Arad-Ashirta (or 'Ebed-Asherah). The asherah became formalised in architecture as two pillars of stone that stood before every Phoenician temple and were termed the pillars of the sun." *Link: http://sunlight.orgfree.com/history_of_sun_gazing.htm

Asherah - "Semitic name of the Great Goddess, possibly from Old Iranian asha, 'Universal Law,' a law of the matriarch, like Roman ius naturale. Asherah was 'in wisdom the Mistress of the Gods.' Sumerians called her Ashnan, 'strength of all things,' and 'a kindly and bountiful maiden.' Her sacred city Mar-ash appears in the Bible as Mareshah (Joshua 15:44). "The Old Testament 'Asherah' is translated 'grove,' without any explanation that the sacred grove represented the Goddess's genital center, birthplace of all things. In the matriarchal period, Hebrews worshipped the Goddess in groves (1 Kings 14:23), later cut down by patriarchal reformers who burned the bones of Asherah's priests on their own altars (2 Chronicles 24:4-5). "The Goddess's grove-yoni was Athra qaddisa, 'the holy place' (literally, 'divine harlot'). Sometimes she was called simply 'Holiness,' a word later applied to Yahweh. Canaanites called her Qaniyatu elima, She Who Gives Birth to the Gods, or Rabbatu athiratu yammi, Lady Who Traverses the Sea. (i.e., the Moon). Rabbatu was an early female form of rabbi. Athirat, Athra, Aethra, Athyr, and Egypt's Hathor were all variations of the same name for the Goddess. In Egypt she was also a Law-giving Mother, Ashesh, an archaic form of Isis; the name meant both 'pouring out' and 'supporting,' the functions of her breasts. Her yonic shrine in Thebes was Asher, Ashrel, or Ashrelt. Some called her 'Great Lady of Ashert, the lady of heaven, the queen of the gods. "For a while, Asherah accepted the Semitic god El as her consort. She was the Heavenly Cow, he the Bull. After their sacred marriage, she bore the Heavenly Twins, Shaher and Shalem, the stars of morning and evening. The marriage rite seems to have involved the cooking of a kid in its mother's milk, a procedure later forbidden by Jewish priests (Exodus 23:19).' (Based on: The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets, by Barbara G. Walker)

Hesiri - "Definitions: Egyptian name of the god Osiris."

Ashley - "Definitions: ash clearing." (Old English)

asru - "Definitions: n. tear." (Sanskrit)

asrava - "Definitions: outflow, secretion; defilement, canker (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: asava.

Aislin - "Definitions: dream, vision." (Gaelic)

ashram - "Definitions: a remote hermitage of an ascetic or teacher established as a center for religious study and practice (Hindu). Associated spellings/words: asrama ['stage of life'], asramah.

Asrael - "Definitions: God helps; the angel of Jewish and Mohammedan belief, who is believed to seperate the soul from the body upon death; angel of death. Associated spellings/words: israel ['yisrael']."

Esselk - "Definitions: Moslem scarification ceremony, a complete flaying of skin from a boy's scrotum, penis, and groin."

aselgeia - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'lasciviousness' [Mark 7:22]; 'filthy' [2 Peter 2:7]. Other definitions include: wantonness, sensuality, lust. Associated spellings/words: ashlghiaa; asotia ['excess']."

Ask - "Definitions: the 1st man, created by the gods from an ash tree (Norse mythology). Associated spellings/words: Askr; aesc ['ash-wood; spear; viking ship'] (Old English)."

ASK - "Definitions: call on for an answer or help. Associated spellings/words: ascian, escon, eiscon, heischen, icchati, iskati, ieskoti ['seek']."

asq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'Esek' [Genesis 26:20]: ... And he called the name of the well Esek; because they contended with him."

asq - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'deceived' [Leviticus 6:2]; 'drinketh up' [Job 40:23]. Other definitions include: oppress, oppressed, defrauded, violence. Associated spellings/words: 'ashaq: ayin + etc."

chsk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word 'darkness' [Genesis 1:2], [Exodus 10:21-22, 14:20, 22], [Deuteronomy 4:11, 5:23], [1 Samuel 2:9], [2 Samuel 22:12, 29], [Job 3:4, 5, 5:14, 10:21, 12:22, 15:22, 15:30, 20:26, 22:11, 29:3, 38:19], [Psalm 18:11], [Ecclesiastes 6:4], [Isaiah 45:3, 45:7], [Ezekiel 32:8], [Amos 5:18, 20], [Micah 7:8], [Nahum 1:8], [Zephaniah 1:15], 'dark' [Joshua 2:5], [Job 12:25], [Ezekiel 8:12] 'night' [Job 26:10], 'obscurity' [Isaiah 58:10]. Associated spellings/words: choshek, chashak; Kauket ['darkness'](Egyptian)."

chsk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'witheld' [Genesis 20:6, 22:12]; 'kept back' [Genesis 39:9]; 'darkened' [Ezekiel 30:18]. Other definitions include: held back, spared, punished, refrain, refraineth, asswage, asswaged, reserved, with- holdeth, hindereth. Associated spellings/words: chasak."

chzk - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'hold' [Genesis 19:16, 21:18]. Other definitions include: waxed sore, prevailed, strengthened, caught, harden, encourage, force, taketh, be strong. Associated spellings/words: chazaq."

asaq - "Definitions: to oppress, oppression, to usurp, violence." (Egyptian)

aesc - "ash-wood; spear; viking ship" (Old English)

ashag - "Definitions: field." (Sumerian)

eskimo - "Definitions: eater of flesh." (Algonkian)

askesis - "Definitions: spiritual exercises." (Greek?) *Link: http://www.crvp.org/book/Series03/III-17/chapter_i.htm

aischuno - "Transliterated Greek spelling for the word/words 'ashamed' [Luke 16:3]. Other definitions include: shame. Associated spellings: aischyno."

ausgang - "Definitions: exit." (German)

haskalah - "Definitions: enlightenment." (Hebrew)

askari - "Definitions: native soldier of E. Africa. Associated spellings/words: askar ['army']."

Asgard - "Home of the Aesir. A great fortress surrounded by a wall and connected to Midgard [Earth] by Bifrost, the rainbow bridge." (Norse mythology)

Asclepius - "Definitions: Asklepios ... was the demigod of medicine and healing in ancient Greek mythology. Asclepius represents the healing aspect of the medical arts, while his daughters Hygieia, Meditrine, and Panacea (literally, 'all-healing') symbolize the forces of cleanliness, medicine and healing, respectively. [....] Asclepius was married to Epione, with whom he had six daughters: Hygieia, Meditrine, Panacea, Aceso, Iaso, and Aglaea, and three sons: Machaon, Telesphoros, and Podalirius. [....]" (Based on: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Asclepius) - (T.D. 12/01/06)

Asklepios - "Greek myth name of a demigod who learned the secret of life and death from a serpent, possibly meaning 'gives well-being.' " [Based on: http://www.20000-names.com/god_names.htm] - [T.D. 01/10/07]

ascorbic - "Definitions: no scurvy. Associated spellings/words: a ['no'] + scorbutus ['scurvy']."

Asgaya Gigagei - "Originally the thunder god of the Cherokee of the Eastern Woodlands. Now associated with healing." (Native American)

askwali - "Definitions: the word for 'thank you' for use by women." (Native American / Hopi)

asakta - "Definitions: fastened, fixed, occupied (Sanskrit). Associated spellings/words: asakti ['adherence, intentness (on)']" (Sanskrit)

asceticism - "The practice of extreme self-denial as a means of religious dicipline (Greek). Associated spellings/words: askesis ['exercise'], askien ['to train or practice'] (Greek)."

eschatology - "Definitions: a sketching of 'last things,' coutched in terms of mythic prophecy."

asp - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'gather' [Genesis 6:21]; 'gathered together' [Samuel 5:11]. Associated spellings/words: awsaf."

asp - "Transliterated Aramaic spelling for the word/words 'astrologers' [Daniel 1:20; 2:2, 10, 27]. Associated spellings/words: ashshaph, assap; hpr smym ['Diviners of the heavens'] (Hebrew)."

asb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'herb' [Genesis 1:11]. Other definitions include: grass; a green tender shoot."

azb - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'leave' [Genesis 2:24]; 'destitute' [Genesis 24:27]. Other definitions include: left, forsake, forsook, abandon, let loose. Associated spellings/words: azab."

Ast - "Definitions: the great goddess of Egypt; motherhood; the moon. Her name reportedly means 'seat, throne'. Associated spellings/words: Aset, Auset, Isis; Astoreth ['the moon'] (Babylonian); Hepet; Aphrodite."

Ast - "[....] ... the wife of Osiris and mother of Horus. [....] - [Based on: An Egyptian Hieroglyphic Dictionary, by E.A. Wallis Budge [Dover edition], Vol. 1, p. 81]. Hieroglyphs include: a (side view of a) chair, seat, throne + a half-circle, or mound-like shape. Associated spellings/words: Isis (Greek spelling)."

ast - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'shine' [Jeremiah 5:28]; 'think' [Jonah1:6]. Associated spellings/words: ashath."

HASP - "Definitions: hinged fastening."

asat - "Definitions: not ['a'] real, true, existent ['sat']; that which does not exist; impermanent; untrue." (Sanskrit)

asdt - "Definitions: emanations; angels. Associated spellings/words: rsdt, rasit ['beginning; head']." (Hebrew)

aste - "Definitions: sit, stay, remain." (Sanskrit)

ashat - "Definitions: a large company, crowd, multitude; village, town." (Egyptian)

HASTE - "Definitions: swiftness."

chsd - "Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'mercy' [Genesis 19:19]. Associated spellings/words: kheh'-sed, chessed."

hasab - "Definitions: to think, consider. Associated spelling/words: chasab." (Hebrew)

Hessed - "Definitions: love, loving kindness, the 4th sefirah which reportedly corresponds with the first day of creation on which God said: 'Let there be light.' The 10th ['God said, let the waters be gathered'] of 32 reported paths, or states of consciousness.. Associated spellings/words: Chesed, hsd; Yetzirah, the World of Formation."

asta - "9 (cap) asta 1 n. home (also {-ka} n.); acc. w. {I, gam, yA} etc. go home, go down, set (of the sun); come to an end, die. As m. the mountain behind which the sun and moon are supposed to set (cf. {udaya}), also = {astamaya}. / 10 (cap) asta 2 a. thrown, cast off (mostly ---)." (cap) = Capeller's Sanskrit-English Dictionary *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

ashta - "Definitions: eight." (Sanskrit)

hastah - "Definitions: hand, arm, trunk (of elephant)." (Sanskrit)

Hestia - "Definitions: Goddess of the hearth who chose to remain eternally a virgin; the eldest child of Cronus and Rhea (Greek Mythology). Associated spellings/words: Vesta." *Links: http://www.lunaea.com/goddess/love/hestia.html (T.D. - 12/01/06)

Hassidim - "Pious Ones" (Hebrew)

Histo - "Definitions: web, tissue." (German)

asdvdym - "Transliterated Hebrew spelling for the word/words 'Ashdod' [1 Samuel 5:6]. Other definitions include: stronghold; a Philistine city - one of the chief seats of Dagon worship Associated spellings/words: ashdowdiy."

aisthesis - "Definitions: perception, experience." (Greek)

Hastsezini - "A Navajo rain god."

Estan - "Definitions: Hittite sun Goddess. Associated spellings/words: Istanu."

hastin - "Definitions: elephant." (Sanskrit)

astheneia - "Definitions: weakness, sickness, disease." (Greek)

Aspand - "... (mwd) A1. %{-spandate}, to palpitate, quiver R." (mwd) = Cologne Digital Sanskrit Lexicon *Link: http://webapps.uni-koeln.de/tamil/

Ashtangi - "[....] Having come to know the desire of Niranjan, Purush, in order to fulfill this desire, willed to produce a female having eight hands (she is also called Ashtangi, Ekamayi, Aadi Bhavani). [....]"
[Based on: http://anurag-sagar.blogspot.com/2006/06/anurag-sagar-de-kabir.html]

Estsanatlehi - "Chief goddess of the Navajo people of the Southwest. The woman who changes."
*Links: http://www.lunaea.com/goddess/magic/changingwoman.html (T.D. 12/01/06)

ESTIMATE - "Definitions: value, assess, calculation, judge. Associated spellings/words: aestimare."

astr - "Definitions: shooter, hunter." (Sanskrit) *Link: http://www.utexas.edu/cola/centers/lrc/eieol/vedol-BF-X.html

ASTER /r - "Definitions: star (Greek). Associated spellings/words: ASTRON."

Esther - "Star; the Hebrew rendering of Ishtar or Astarte. Associated spellings/words: Hadassah."

astra - "Definitions: missle weapon, arrow." (Sanskrit)

astram - "Definitions: missile, weapon." (Sanskrit)

Astral Region - "Definitions: that part of the subtle universe which lies above the physical worlds; the first spiritual region, known as Sahasradal Kanwal [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456]." (Sanskrit)

Astral body - "The body sheath Soul uses as the instrument of expression on the Astral Plane [2nd Plane]; Emotional body. Associated spellings/words: Kama Rupa, Light body, Linga Sharir, Nuri Sarup, Sukhsham Sharir."

Asthert - "Definitions: Ishtar." (Egyptian)

Astraea - "Starry One; a Roman title of the Libyan Goddess of holy law, Libra or Libera. Symbolized by the scales of judgement, she was characterized as a celestial Virgin dispensing the fates of men."

Asthareth - "Ashtoreth, an Asiatic goddess of war and the chase, whom the Egyptians identified with Isis and Hathor. The reported symbol for Ashtoreth consisted of an upright black stone. " (Egyptian)

Asthoreth - "Definitions: the primary female deity of long standing in Canaan; Asiatic goddess of war and the chase, whom the Egyptians identified with Isis and Hathor. History: The Holy of Holies [Inner Sanctum] of Solomon's temple, was deemed to represent the womb of Ashtoreth [alternatively called Asherah, as mentioned several times in the Old Testament]. Ashtoreth was openly worshipped by the Israelites until the 6th century B.C. As the Lady Asherah, she was the supernal wife of El, the supreme male deity, and they were the Divine Couple. Their daughter was Anath, Queen of the Heavens, and their son, the King of the Heavens was called He. As time progressed, the separate characters of El and He were merged to become Jehovah. Asherah and Anath were then similarly conjoined to become Jehovah's female consort, known as the Shekinah or Matronit. Associated spellings/words: Asthareth; Astarte (Syrian/Phoenician); Ishtar (Babylonian); Inanna (Sumerian)."

Asbru - "Definitions: bridge of the gods (Norse mythology). Associated spellings/words: Bifrost."

Aztlan - "The Aztecs believed that their tribe had been born fom whomb-like caves in the heart of a mountain, the Aztlan, their first homeland, had been established on an island, and that they had been ordered to leave this island by their god Huitzilpochtli, who had prophesized: 'The four corners of the world shall ye conquer, win and subject to yourselves... it shall cost you sweat, work and pure blood." [Heaven's Mirror, Graham hancoch and Santha Faiia, p. 12]

Asthert - "Definitions: another name for Ishtar." (Egyptian)

Asthareth - "Ashtoreth, an Asiatic goddess of war and the chase, whom the Egyptians identified with Isis and Hathor. The reported symbol for Ashtoreth consisted of an upright black stone." (Egyptian)

Astarte - "Definitions Lady of Byblos, one of the oldest forms of the Great Goddess in the Middle East; The true soveriegn of the world, tirelessly creating and destroying, eliminating the old and generating the new; Phoenician mother goddess who is visible from Earth as the planet Venus. History: Sumerian cylinder seals from Lagash, 2,300 B.C., showed her in a pose identical with that of Kali; In Syria and Egypt her sacred dramas were celebrated on December 25th."

Hesperides - "Garden of immortality in the Far West, belonging to Mother Hera who sometimes took the form of Hespera, the Evening Star (Venus). Apples of eternal life grew on the Hesperian apple tree, guarded by Hera's sacred serpent. Like most versions of the earthly paradise or Eden, this one was located beyond the Pillars of Heracles (Gibraltar). The Pillars were not only the straits leading to the western sea, but also the phallic shafts that stood in front of the ancient temples, the Garden being the temple itself, symbol of Hera's regenerative womb." [Based on: Barbara G. Walker, The Woman's Encyclopedia of Myths and Secrets (Copyright 1983), pp. 399-400]."

Aztec - "A member of a Nahuatl-speaking state in central Mexico that was conquered by Cortes in 1521. Also called classical Nahuatl, the variety of Nahuatl that served as the medium of Aztec civilization, aboriginally written in a chiefly pictographic script. Nahuatl has over a million and a half speakers, more than any other family of indigenous languages in Mexico today. The name Nahuatl comes from the root nahua which means clear sound or command."

Aztecs - "A South American tribe name contemporary with the fourteenth century A.D. In the 16th century A.D. they were devastated by Spanish Conquistadores."

Ashtad - "Definitions: rectitude, justice." (Persian)

HESITATE - "Definitions: stick fast, stammer, be undecided."

aistheta - "Definitions: things perceptible by the senses."

aestival - "Definitions: pertaining to the summer (Latin). Associated spellings/words: estival, aestivus, aestus ['heat']."

Ashtadal Kanwal - "Definitions: eight-petalled (ashtdal) lotus (kanwal); the name of the center beyond the eye center where the disciple first meets the Radiant Form of the Master [Julian Johnson, The Path Of The Masters, 16th printing, 1997, p. 456] (Sanskrit). Other definitions include: pure astral place. Associated spellings/words: Ashtadal Kamal."

AESTHETICS - "Definitions: relating to beauty. Associated spellings/words: aistheta ['things perceptible by the senses']."

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