Entry from the E-Word Dictionary
BUSS SaPHaH Sin-Phey-Hey
Sah-PHAH [S-PH à PS à BS]
ROOTS: A BUSS is a hearty, smacking kiss, which romantics will lament as archaic. There is no so-called IE root for BUSSING. German bus is a kiss. The Irish and Gaelic bus is a mouth or lip. The Edenic lip is the reverse of this bilabial-fricative: SaPHah (lip – Psalms 22:8). Focusing on the Sin-Phey, we can see SIP at “SIPHON.” Moving to the Pey-Hey, we are at the Edenic mouth: PeH (see “OPEN”).
BRANCHES: Seppun is a Japanese kiss. Like BUSS, the Spanish kiss reverses the Sin-Phey with beso. A hardened PeH (mouth) may be behind the softer kiss, the PECK.
LaSHOAN (tongue) is often translated “language,” but is more like dialect. The context of Genesis 11:1 and Zephania 3:9 would make SaPHaH (lip, language) more like “language.” Just as a hardened end-Hey allows us to hear BEAK and boca (Spanish mouth) from PeH (mouth), we can hear the word SPEECH in SaPHaH. To unlock the Indonesian word for language, reverse bahasa (language), switch places of the H and B, and shift the B to a PH. In French, where mouth is bouch, a kiss is baiser. Less formally they have kiss words like bisou and bise as well. An important SaPHaH, lip or language is Sanskrit. The Sanskrit for language is bhasah. Reverse S-PH, shifting bilabial Phey/ PH to BH.
In chart form: SaPHah (lip – Psalms 22:8) is
#1 a whistling fricative like S, soft C or CH,
#2 any bilabial or lip letter (B,F, P, V)
[The following words have been linked to SaPHaH (lip) by Fernando Aedo:
From Dravidian (Southern India), where C is a CH sound]
[… and from the Americas:]
|Andean: Quechua||(to pu
rse the lips)