The ancient meaning of Sindhi (the Indus), rather than meaning river, could be that it’s sinuous, winding, while the Sarasvati does mean river too, two rivers of two differing etymologies.
Kushans brought the concept of Mount Sumeru (Tower of Babel), the stairway to heaven, when they built the Indus Valley Civilization and the Kushan cities of Kashgar and Khotan (between the jade-rich Yurungkash and Karakash […]
Progeny of Kush after the Tower of Babel moved southwest into Africa, southeast to the Hindu Kush mountains (Indus Valley Civilization), and east into the Tarim Basin of western China which during the Ice Age […]
The Frisians of the North Sea were named after the word frisle, their curly hair, as if a bit burnt (like frostbite?), born out by the also Indo European (Japhetic) word Prusva in Sanskrit meaning […]
Frisian spoken in the Netherlands is the language most similar to the English language, brought by the Saxons of the Sachsen tribe of coastal Germany, of Ascania (Scandic), progeny of Japheth’s grandson Ashkenaz for whom […]
In Genesis 10, the sons of Japheth’s son Javan (the god Ion of the Ionians) listed are Kittim, Dodanim (or Rodanim), Elisha, and Tarshish, on eastern Cyprus (kupros means copper in Greek) the city of […]