posted on Jan, 3 2013 @ 01:19 PM
reply to post by Aesir26
You seem to be mite confused about things British, especially in the development of our language.
e.g. the terms Hurrah / Huzzah – these are not Hebrew but are are very similar to battle shouts recorded in German, Danish, Swedish i.e. Nordic –
thought to have been introduced into England during the Thirty Years' War (1618 - 1648) . Hurra & Huzzah were known to be battle cries of Prussian
soldiers during the War of Liberation (1812-13). Hooray is also seen as hurray (1780); hurroo (1824); hoorah (1798).
The Benei Yisro’el /aka Hapiru (‘land thief-nomad’) had a number of battle cries, none of which sounded like Hurrah/Horray or Huzzah. They would
sometimes shout terms like Emmanu-El Emmanu-El !! (lit. ‘EL is on OUR side !’ – a title later applied to the Meshiaq.
Having said that, there actually were a number of proto-Ugaritic Phoenecian settlments along the south western part of Brittain in antiquity (these
sea faring traders spread their influence as far northwest as Scotland) but were particularly active along the Mediterranean sea ports - some 1500
years before the benei Yisro’el came on to the scene (c. 1300 BCE) who established and worked tin mines near Cornwall, and some Ugaritic
expressions may have leaked into the protoGoedilic parlance here and there – but that was WAAAAY before the ‘Jews’ were invented -
In fact you should know by now that the Benei Yisroel had no written language of their own (they were nomadic tent builders, desert wanderers not ship
builders or city founders, with a portable desert clan god YHWH who preferred exterminating Amalekites to minig tin…) and these pre-literate desert
bedouin had to steal (or more politely ‘borrow’) the Ugaritic Phoenecial Aleph-Beth to write down their legends and laws and treaties etc. once
they began to encounter (by armed invasions) the older and far more sophisticated ancient cultures of the Levant…from which they
stole..er…borrowed…a great deal of their technical especially religious language – even using EL (the national god of the Phonecians) as a title
(aka Elohim) for their own clan god Yahweh…
So enough about the British borrowing words from Hebrew already – you clearly do NOT know about which you write…
I hate to ask but…Did… you… go… to… college?
edit on 3-1-2013 by Sigismundus because: stuttering comppputteeerrrrrr