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Brit-Am/Hebrew Nations, Movement of the Ten Tribes of Israel.
Ten out of the Twelve Tribes of Israel were exiled and lost their identity. Their descendants are now to be found amongst Western Peoples. This is proven from the Bible, Talmud, and Rabbinical Sources as well as from Secular Studies in Ancient History, Archaeology, Mythology, Linguistics, and related fields. The Prophets spoke of this. Peoples that emerged from the British Isles (including North America) represent Joseph. The Jews of the State of Israel and the Diaspora are Judah. Joseph and Judah are destined to re-unite! The Tribes will be united in One Kingdom. Each Tribe shall dwell in its own territory.
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Gaelic-Scottish and Hebrew
Gaelic is the Celtic language of Scotland. It is closely related to
Irish.
The work below appears to establish a convincing case
showing a definite affinity between Scottish Ga
e
lic and the
Hebrew Tongue.
THE AFFINITY
. A COMPARISON BETWEEN HEBREW AND
THE GAELIC LANGUAGE, OR THE CELTIC OF SCOTLAND
THOMAS STEATTON, M.D. Third Edition. EDINBURGH
[Scotland],1872.
https://archive.org/stream/affinitybetweenh00stra/affinitybetweenh
00stra_djvu.txt
There are different ways of transliterating Hebrew. The
original version by Charles Edwards used a form of transliteration
then extant in his time that
further emphasized the inherent
similarities between Welsh and Hebrew.
Ex
tracts:
Hebrew
-
Ga
e
lic
Those
added
with[...]
are
from
Yair
Davidiy
A few of the Gaelic words below may actually
be of English origin.
English also has much in common with Hebrew.
Hebrew/English
Ga
e
lic/English
Ail/ God ;
Ailt, high
Alouph/a head, chief
Alp, high
Ov, av/a father, ancestor
Ab (obs.)/ a father
Akzor/ cruel
Aicear/ cruel
Oor
/ to lighten, to illuminate ;
our, oor/light
Ear/ the east (break of day)
Ee/ an island
I/ an island
Olakh/ corrupted
Olc/ wicked
Olaph/ to teach
Ollamh/ a learned person
Umlal/ to languish
Umhal/ meek
Aph/anger ; aivoh/enmity
Fuath/hatred
Ad, to/
unto.
Do/ to
 
 
 
Hebrew/English
Gaelic/English
Ouphel
/
thick darkness
Feile
/
a covering
Attoh
/
thou
Du
/
thou
Boash
/
to corrupt, to rot
Bas
/
death
Ben
/
a structure, a building;
Bonoh
/
to build
Bun
/
a foundation
Bayith
/
a house
Buth
/
a tent, a pavilion, a
bothy
Baar
/
ignorant, stupid; vaar
/
an
ignorant man
Borb
/
savage
Bola
/
to swallow; boleel
/
a
mixture of fodder
Beul
/
the mouth
Boro
/
to create
Beir
/
to bring forth, to produce
Bar
/
a son
Bar (obs.)
/
a son, like the Gaelic
beir
Bath
/
a measure of liqui
ds
Bath
/
quench, drown
Bad
/
a long branch, a pole
Ba
t
/
a long branch, a pole
Borakh
/
to run
[flee]
Bruchd
/
to rush forth
Beair, a well, a cavity :
Bior (obs.)/ a well, a fountain;
water
Geled/ a covering
Cleidh/ hide, conceal
Gedoud
/ a troop [Cath/group]
Cath/ a company of soldiers
Doth
/
an edict; doth (Chaldee)
/
law
Dith/ condemn
Hoo/ he
E/ he
Hee/ she
I
/
she
Ha/ the
A/ the
Houlail/ mad, raging
Alluidh/ wild
Hogoh/ to utter ; hegeh/
utterance/
Eigh/ a shout
Haskail, ha
-
skail/ prudence;
hiskeel hi
-
skeel/ to be prudent
/
Ciall/ sense;
Khomad/ to desire eagerly, to
covet.
Caomh
/
dear
Khonan/to implore
Caoin/ to lament
Khain/favour ; khonan
/
to be
gracious :
Caoin/ pleasant.
 
Hebrew/English
Gaelic/English
Khour
/
a hole
Cro/ anything round
Khoor/white, pale
Ciar/ grey
Kholov/milk
khol like Goal/ white
[Gab/demand, requisition]
Gabh/take
KHAiLEK/ a portion, an
inheritance
Cladh
/
a trench, a dyke, a stone
-
wall, a mound.
Khodal/ to cease, to forbear
perhaps akin t
o Codal/ sleep.
Kholeel/ a tube, a hollow
instrument ; kholel/ a player on
a wind
-
instrument
Cuilc/ a cane, a reed.
[Ar/trouble, disturb]
Ar/fight
Kaloh/[ a bride, daughter
-
in
-
law]
Ceile/ a spouse; a husband;
[Col/all]
Uile/ all
Akhar/ after;
Iar/ after;
Teeroh/a castle, a tower :
Tur/a tower ; torr/ a hill.
Toam/ to taste, to eat a little :
Teum/ bite.
Yaish/existence
Is/ am
Yoro [raveh]/ to saturate;
yeour/a river , [raveh/quench]
Ruith/ flow
Yelel
[olal]/
a babe
Al/ young
Youm/ a
day
Am/ time
[Ye]soud/foundation ;
[yo]sad/to found ; [yo]shav/ to
sit; [sat/set]
Suidh/ sit, place.
[Yo]shon, old; [yo]shan, to
grow old
Sean/ old
[Yo]shan, [yo
-
]shan, to sleep :
Suain/ sleep.
Yosaph/to increase
Fas/ to grow
Kinnoh/ to name
Cinneach/ a surname
Kelouv/a basket :
Cliabh/a basket
Kora/to kneel, to bend :
Car/a turn, a twist.
Kouhain/ a chief person, [priest]
Ceann/ a head.
Kona, to humble :
Caoin/ to lament
 
Hebrew/English
Gaelic/English
Kouva/ a helmet; kovood
/
stately
; [kipa/cap]
Cab/ a head
Koroh/ to prepare a banquet :
Cuirm/ a feast
Kephel/a couple, two :
Cupall/a couple, a pair
Maaloii
/
a height, a cliff; maal
/
above ; maaloh
/
a degree, a step
Meall/ a hill ; maol/ a
promontory, a mull
Moad/a place
of assembly
Mod/an assembly
Mook/ to mock :
Mag/ to mock
Mosakh/ to mingle liquids
Measg/ to mix
Mooth, to die; [Movet/death] :
Meath/ fade, decay
[Agam/lake]
Aigean/ the sea
Noso, to lift up :
Nios/ a top, a summit ; a nios/
up.
[Caiv/
hurt, cause pain]
Caob/ strike
AL/upon; ouloh/ ascension
Ailt/high
Oud/ again :
Ath/ again
Ool/ an infant; elem/ a lad;
oulail/ offspring ; olailoh, a
small grape, not full grown:
Al/a brood ; young of any kind.
Oul/ a burden:
Uallach/ a burden
Ov
oor, o
-
voor/a grain of corn,
produce :
Beir/produce
Egloh/ a calf:
Aogh/ a calf;
L
,
g omitted ; e prefixed
[Paret/divide]
Pairt/ a part
Koom/ to establish ; koumets/ a
handful :
Cum
/
hold, withhold ; hold as in
the hand
Killail/ to esteem lightly ;
kolal/
to lighten
Caol/ little, small.
Koon/ to lament :
Caoin/ lament
Chavel/rope
Caball/ cab
-
all, a rope
Ronoh/ to sound, to sing
Oran/ a song
Shaish/ six :
Se/ six
Sooakh/ to utter :
Seeakh/utterance; seeakh/ to
speak
 
Hebrew/English
Gaelic/English
Tanoor/ a furnace :
Teine/ fire
 





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