Saturday, July 19, 2008

Calculus - Kal-Kul-uh or Kal-Kul-us

Calculus - Mathematics which follows the "movement of changes" between variables.

kal - movement, to go after, to count,

kul - adjective suffix, like "vi-aa - ay -kul", worried as "vi" - is to undertake, "aa" is towards, "ay" is indicative of movement here, and "ku" is the suffix for adjective, which means "something that makes follow towards (something)" - which is when someone is worried. It also means to proceed continuously as well as count.

uh - suffix for generic root.

which means "something that counts movements", which is what "Calculus" is about, and see the postings Did Newton Lie" and Newton Stone .