Thursday, February 26, 2009

Verse, Versor, Ad-Verse, Tra-verse, Trans-verse, Con-Verse, In-Verse, Vers(e)-ion, Reverse - vR(i), vR(i)S, varS(h)a, varS(h)

There was one Global Power of the Ancients, one large family called "aryan", "well behaved", "cultured", or "respectable ones".

They were also "arya-vartaas" or "arya-vartaaH", meanig "the nation of people who choose ethical, moral and cultured values". To this belongs all Indo European branches, and perhaps for racial and colonia biases, many other Asian and African nations may have been left behind, because of lack of understanding - even though they show signs of many cultural and linguistic interactions.

vR - One meaning is "to grant", "to choose", "to pick", "to make a choice", "to solicit", "to request".

So we can see as a verb, it is both conveying the "Active" and "Passive" Principle, and in Sanskrit this is called "Parsam-Pade" and "Atman-Pade" Termination Groups, which indicate to whom the benefit of the action goes. There is used to be one more, called "Ubhaya-Pade", whose benefit goes to the "Subject" as well as the "Object". To make a Passive Root, one has to take the "root" from "Aatman-Pade", and add "y", and follow the terminations of Verb Tenses of "Aatman-Pade" group.

This is why one a bride chooses a bridegroom, (which was as ancient as you can think but hard to believe), she will choose the best bridgegroom, and he would be called "var", which means the "chosen one", or "the best"!

vR - The second meaning is "to cover", "to hide", "to ward off", "to hold", "to seal", "to exclude", "to forbid", "to prevent", "to close", "to ward off", etc.

So, basically the meanings are complementary, like "my gain" is "your loss", or "me granting someone" is "me denying someone".

vR(i)S - To Rain, and to Cloud (which is what happens when it rains)

varSa - Rain - "R(i)" got promoted to "ar" , next grade Guna sound. It also means "cycle", "year", "period", etc.

Now coming to English words:

1. Verse - a couple, a cycle of lines.

2. Con-verse - Con is "kauN", which is a sharp corner (note the sound "corn" having the similiarity), where the choice or cycle made turns around. That is what a conversation means, a two directional reflected verse-ing!

3. Versor - varSR - That makes Action Noun into Agent Noun as a Root, and Singular is varSara (assuming their is no "a" sound built into "r") and strong based for other modifications would be "varSar" (assuming their is no "a" sound built into "r"). That something that "makes a choice of turn". The "agent" that make a choice or turns between two directions or choices.

4. Ad-Verse - "ad" means "to eat" (notice how close they are in sound), and something that "eats your choice made" must be "ad-verse"!

5. Tra-Verse - "tR" means "to move", "to cross", and here the word means "to make a choice to cross or move".

6. Tra-NS-Verse - There is a rule, where sometimes two joining sounds of the same class are seperated by a nasalized version of sound, like "Chandr-Vasii", becoming "Chandr-NS-Vasi" - but I need to dig more - so how would one make a chouce to "Tra-Verse", is "to make a right angle turn", or turn away from the direction one is moving, make a transverse move!

7. Version - vaRS(h)-i-yaan - That has the attribute to show the "change" made out of choices made!

8. Inverse - inv-vRSa - "inv" means to retract, drive-away, remove or withdraw in Sanskrit. but is a verb. If you add "a" to make a noun, it becomes "inva" or "inv" if you assume "v" has a built in "a" sound.

9. Reverse - Ri-verse - "R(i)" is a root for "movement", or "re-peat-i-tion". It is also used to stress "re-iteration" or "stammering". It also means "re-collec-tion"!

Cool? This is the loosing science of Human Expresion of Thoughts, like the Science of Chemistry Formulas, one is loosing.

Do we need to preseve it? If yes, then please share this blog, and write to me, so that we can make an universal petition plea so that the modern education system makes a note of this aspect.