Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Polymath - Paal-iya-Maat, Pal-iya-Mati, Palya-Mat or Palya-Mant

Background Postings:



Polymath - Person who is not confined to the learning in one subject or field - and as such others may call him someone who is master of many subjects - but that is only driven by an unquenched thirst for more and more knowledge of understanding the mysteries of the Nature.

Paal - Means Master, Lord, Husband, and has that meaning in the words for Paal-i-Staan (Palestine), Ne-Paal (Nepal), Tri-Paal-ia (Tripoly) - which is same the meaning of Tri-Pati (Thiru Paathi) in South India. The word is also used by Babylonian Kings, including (S)hommu-Ravi's Hammurabi's father - Amar Paal (Amar Phaal). It also means one which has "Om-ni" like attributes - of the nature of possessing many.

Paal - iya - Suffix for Potential Participle, Joining Sound as "i" after Consonants, and it becoming "y", "iy" "iya", and so on.

Paalya - Same as above.

Maat - Composed, Measured. That is why the Agent Noun becomes MaatR(i), which is the root for the word 'Mother'.

Maat-i - Knowledge, True Knowledge. Again the Agent noun root would become "Maat-i-R(i)", which again means one who is like "Mother".

Mat and Mant - The suffixes for making Adjectives, like "-ness". One is stronger one, and the other one is weaker one. They are like "Vant", "Vat", and the Singulars are "Vaan" and "Maan".