Black People : Ques ; Where Does The Word English Come From ?

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    Ans ; The Word English Come out of the word Angel . The Letter '' A '' Was Exchanged For The Letter '' E '' The Word Angel Is Middle English , From Old English Engel Or Old French Angele , Both From Late Latin Angelus , From Late Greek Angelos , From Greek , Messenger . According To The American Heritage Dictionary , English Is From Anglicize , Which Is From Middle English , From Old English Englisc , From Engle , The Angles



    The Word English Is A Grafted Word . It Is A Combination Of The Word Angle , Which Were Germanic People And The Word Ish Meaning '' Belonging To '' That Means That The English Belongs To The Gemans . Germ - Man , Man With The Disease Or Who Carries The Germs So The Combination Of The Word Angle And Ish - Give Angleish Or English


    They Have You Calling Then Angels And You Don't Even Know It . English Is Germanic Language Which Is A Branch Of The Indo - European Language Family . Indo - European , As Well As Indo - Aryan Goes Back To The Sanskrit Language , Which Is Language Of The 200 Fallen NETERU ( Hindus ) . Indo Is Simply Short Indian , And Who Were These



    Angles ? The Angles Were A Germanic People Who , Together With The Saxons And Jutes Invaded The Island Of Briton In The Fifth Century From Schleswig - Holstein . These Angles Or Anglo People Were Tall , Blonde Haired , And Blue Eyed . The Word Jute Us From Middle English Jutes ; The Jutes , From Medieval Latin Lutae [ Bengali Jhuuo , From


    Sanskrit , Twisted Hair , Probabyly Of Dravidian Origin . Do You Hear The Word Judas ( Jew , The Betrayer ) ? Do You See Hitler's Ideal Race ? Do You See The Relation Between Berth ( Brit And British ) . The Aramic ( Hebrew ) Word For Covenant And Britain ? None Of These Are Coincidences ? The NewLand They Made For Themselve Was


    Called Anglo - Saxon Or For Short , Angle . Land , Which Was Later Pronounced England . And Their Language Is What We Are Calling Today , Old English . So When You Are LQQKing In The Dictionary . Which Should Rightly Be Called A Definitionary , And See '' Old English '' , These arethe people from which it came . As Can See The '' E '' Was


    Dropped At The End Of The Word Angle And An '' O '' Was Added . This Was Often Done In The English Language . Before The Year 1066 A.D. On ly A Few Word Had Been Borrowed From French . Since Then . Tens Of Thousand Of French Word Have Entered The English Language , Such As The Word '' Very '' Just As In Any Other Language , English Has Dialects And Different Words Are Applied To The Same Object Such As The



    Following Word.
    British American
    Rubber Eraser
    Vest Undershirt
    The British Also The '' R's From Their Make Not That In Such Word That End In
    Word Such As Lord And Proniunce It Or '' In American English , End With An
    Laud Our '' Such As The Words Color And
    Colour , Honor And Honour .



    Also MakeNote That The Man Responsible For Changing The Suffix '' Re '' At The End Of Words Such As Centre , And Making Them '' Er '' Center , Was None Other Than Noach Webster . I Am Surr EveryOne Is Famiilar With Him . He Is The Person Who Behind Webster's Dictionary '' And Has Shaped The Modern English Language . He Is The One Who Insisted That The '' Our '' Should Be '' Or '' And The Letter '' K'' Should Be Dropped



    From Words Such As Musick , And Traffick And Colour , Not Only Is The French Language Added , Latin , Slavic , German , Italian , Arabic , Greek , Hebrew , Portuguese . And Many Other , The Year 1066 A.D. Is Used As A Dividing Point For The Ending Of Old English And The Beginning Of Middle English . Middle English Took Its Root In Europe Between The 1100's And 1500 A.D. And The Year 1476 A.D. Separates The Ending Of


    Middle English Which Is What You Are Calling Modern English . Which Is Simply American .
    English Started Out As A Letters With A Hard Sound Much Like The German And Greek Language Of Today . That Is What Is Called Old English - Mere Grunting Sounds . The Language Finally Evolved Into What It Is Today . English Is The Most Widely Used Language In Every County , World Leaders Had Planned To Have The Entire World



    Speaking English , The Only Other Language That Is Widely Recognized Like English Is Spanish . Speaking English , Spanish , French And Various Other European Tongues Have Helped To Enslave The Minds And Bodies Of The People Of The World . The English Language Is A Tool Of The Luciferians To Keep You Trapped .
    Ques ; Could You Define The Word Luciferian ?



    Ans ; According To The American Heritage Dictionary , Luciferian Derives From The Word Lucifer Meaning ;
    Lu - ci - fer ( loo se - far ) n 1 . The Archangel cast from heaven for leading the revolt of the angels; Satan . 2 . The planet Venus in it appearance as the morning star . 3 . lucifer . A friction match [ Middle English , from Old English . morning star . Lucifer , from Late Latin Lucifer , from Latin morning star , light - bringer ; lix. luc . light ; see leuk - below+ fer , - fer ]



    leul - .Important derivatives are ; light 1 . luminary , luminous , illuminate , lunar , lunatic , luster illustrate , lea lucid , elucidate translucent , lynx .
    leuk -Light , brightness I . Basic form * leuk - 1 . Suffixed form * leuk - to , a Light , from Old English leoht, liht , light ; B, LIGHTNING , from Old English lihtan
    to shine , from Germanic * leuht - jan , to make light . Both a and b from Germanic



    leuhtam . 2 . Unsuffixed form * leuk - LUCINA . LUCULENT , LUX ; LUCIFER ,
    ( LUCIFERIN ) . FROM lATIN LUX , LIGHT , 3 . Suffixed form * leuk - smen - LIMN ,
    LUMEN , LUMINARY , LUMINOUS; ILLUMINATE .PHILLUMENIST , from Latin limen , light , opening . 4 . Suffixed form *leuk - sna - LUNA, LUNAR , LUNATE LUNATIC , LUNE . LUNULA ; SUBLUNARY , from Latin luna , moon . 5 . Suffixed form * leuk - stro -a


    LUSTER , ( LUSTRUM ) . from Latin lustrum , purifcation ; b . ILLUSTRATE , from Latin lustrae , to purify , illuminate .6. Suffixed form * leuko - dhro - LUCUBRATE , from Latin lucubrare , to work by lamplight 7 . Suffixed form * leuk - o LEUKO - from Greek leukos , clear , white ll, O-grade form * louk - 1. Suffixed form * louk - o - a . LEA , from Old English



    le ah , meadow ( < '' place where light shines '' ) from Germanic * lauhaz ; b . LEVIN , from Middle English Levin lighting from Germanic * lauh - ubni - 2 . Suffixed ( iterative ) form * louk - eyo - LUCENT . LUCID ; ELUCIDATE . NOCTILUCA . PELLUCID . RELUCENT , TRANSLUCENT , from Latin luce 're , to shine lll . Zero grade form * luk - 1. Suffixed form * luk - sno , LINK2 LYCHNIS , From Greek lukhnos , lamp . 2 . LYNZ OUNCE2 , from Greek lunx , lynx ( as if from its shining eyes) attributed by some to this root ( but more likely of obscure origin )








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