The following is a citation from a 19th century Assyriologist named Edward Hincks which argues an alternative and far reaching proposal
""Paragraph 5.1, It is possible, too, that the word from which the phonetic value is derived may be one belonging to a different language. I will,
in a subsequent section, produce an instance, in which I believe that the ordinary phonetic character, namely pa, the value of PA sign , was adopted
from a foreign language. This mode of proceeding may be illustrated by some of the abbreviations used in Irish manuscripts. The Irish letters were at
first chiefly used in the copying of Latin texts. In Latin manuscripts, the letter s with a peculiar mark, which may be represented by s', was used
to express the word sed. In the course of time the same mark was used in Irish manuscripts to express acht, the Irish equivalent of sed. And by a
further progress, it was used to express this sound, when it no longer signified “but”, but was a portion of a word of totally different meaning.
Thus, ts' was used for teacht, “to come”. See O’Donovan’s Irish Grammar, p. 430
For more on this proposal see the works of 19th century Assyriologists and historians such as George Rawlinson and François Lenormant, Particularly
"The Origins of History According to the Bible and the Traditions of the Oriental Peoples"
Also noted in Genisis of the grail kings by Laurence Gardner is a proposal of George Rawlinson to the Royal Asiatic society in 1853
""Even Scythian writings from 1000 years before the earliest Sumerian script (29) are identical to those of early Akkad. The Scythian warlords of
the Sidhe (a transcendent intellect called the Web of the Wise) originated in the Carpathians and Russian steppe-lands to become a migratory race who
took their culture far and wide - as far as Ireland to the West and Mongolia to the East. Indeed, the very name of Ur (the capital of Sumer) came from
the Scythian word Ur, meaning 'Lord', while the settlement of Anu was not in Sumer where one might expect to find it, but hundreds of miles to the
north on the Caspian Sea
Sumerian:Anu/ Irish :Anu/ Sumerian:Abarta /Irish:Abarta /Sumerian :Cara/ Irish:Cara/ Sumerian:inanna/ Irish:Anann Sanskrit: Tara = Mother Goddess Ref:
Irish: Tara = Mother Goddess/ Ref: en.wikipedia.org...
Superpower/ Ref: en.wikipedia.org...
Irish: Sidhe = Supernatural race/ Ref: en.wikipedia.org...
= Mother Goddess/ Ref: en.wikipedia.org...
Irish: Danu = Mother Goddess/ Ref: en.wikipedia.org...
Sanskrit: Rishi = Sage/ Ref: en.wikipedia.org...
Irish: Ri shee = King Fairy/ Ref: www.irish-word.com...
All names for Ireland, Eire, Eirn ,Eiru, Tara, all translate as Noble in ancient mesopotamian languages
The plowman constelation is directly above Ireland, This is The constelation of the seven Rishis,
The name Metatron which is argued to be the name of god can also mean ,Along with the Plow www.thefreedictionary.com...
Im trying to find a link between the official name of Ireland Eiru and the Ancient pre sumerian city of Eirdu,, can anybody help me with this