Hekau ‘word of power’ (Igbo -ike okwu -‘word of power’);
Xut/pronounced kut ‘sunrise’ (Igbo ukutu ‘dawn’ -OrIu dialect);
Sa ‘to shine’ (Igbo saa ‘to shine’ – Orlu dialect);
Kher or Qaa ‘vomitlthunder/voice’ (Igbo ukwara ‘cough’; ukwe ‘song’; okwuru ‘he spoke’);
Haphap ‘turn away from’ (Igbo hafu aka – ‘turn away from’);
Djed ‘tread/walk’ (Igbo njega ‘walk!’);
Tet ‘sunrise’ (Igbo teta -‘wake up’);
Rahat ‘sunset’ (Igbo raha – sleep!);
Peree-t ‘descendantlroyal house (Igbo opara – ‘son’);
Satu ‘shine down’ (Igbo satuo ‘shine down’ -Orlu dialect);
Shishah ‘six’ (Igob ‘ishi ishie’ ‘bundles of six);
Tau ‘glorify’ (Igbo too ‘glorify’ Orlu dialect);
Hru ‘the day dawns’ (Igbo horo ‘the dawns’);
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Xerkert (pronounced kirkir) ‘pieces’ (Igbo kirikiri ‘pieces’ – Orlu dialect. [Egyptian transitive –k ‘you’ (Igbo transitive –k ‘you’ as in si ku -‘say to you’ – Nsukka dialect]);
Mer ‘water’, Igbo mmiri – ‘water’;
Ma’at ‘Wisdom and Divine Law’ (Igbo ma etu -‘Knowledge ofDivine law’;
Makkes -‘a scepter for cutting away evil forces’ (Igbo mma aka eshi (‘sacred knife of the Eshi’);
Efodj (dj is pronounced chi) ‘sacred garrnent worn by priests while perforrning rites on the dead'(Igbo Efe chi ‘deity’s sacred garrnent’);
Ssedjem ‘wooden poles supporting the Egyptian Ark’ (Igbo osisi chi m-‘deity’s sacred wood’).
As the Egyptians recognized nine original great gods, so too they identified nine parts of a person (Igbo person Igbo highest sacred number is also nine – the number of Great God Ele, the master of all Shaman/Afa):
1. The physical Body – Kha (Igbo -Akwa ‘cloth of the Spirit’ – origin ofAkwa Nshi) 2. The heart – ab (Igbo – obi ‘heart’) 3. The shadow – khaibat (Igbo akwa obi – ‘Cloth ofthe heart’) 4. The name -ren 5. The soul -ab (Igbo obi – ‘inner person’) 6. The mind -akh/chi -(Igbo chi -‘divine mind’) 7. The spirit-body -sahu (Igbo isi ahu – ‘head of the body’/Eshi ahu – ‘God in Man’) 8. The spirit -ka (Igbo Kwa/Nkwo -imrnortals) 9. The Power -Sekhem/hike (Igbo -isi ikem -‘source of my power’ / ike-power).
The hieroglyph for ren (name) is an open mouth speaking over the waters implying that the primeval creative force of God at Eden is tied with one’ s name. In Igbo ren’s equivalent is reh which means to invoke/to pass a divine verdict’.
Kemson_Reloaded writes: This is only a fraction of all the Igbo words and phrases which have been found genetically matching Black Africans languages/dialects spoken in Ancient Kemet. Clearly, the Igbo language is an extremely old, parental-ancestral language. The excellent Anthropological Linguistic research performed by team from the Catherine Acholonu Research Center for African Studies (CARC) has revealed far more than expected and produced irrefutable and demonstrative linguistic proof that the Igbo language was fully spoken in Ancient Kemet. These anthropological results are likely to be at the dismay of Euro-Western specialists and detractors of Black African history and such dismay warrants only disregard. But what cannot be ignored that the fact that Euro-Western attempts in translating Ancient Black African tonal languages is littered with errors. These errors can be attributed to the likes of Champollion Figeac and Joseph Greenberg(the Khazar, so-called Jewish specialist). Since these ancient Black African languages are still being spoken by Black Africans today these error are corrected as part of the Anthropological research process.
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