By Mehmet Kurtkaya, Published on November 16, 2018 Updated April 14, 2019
PART V: Is it the Caucasus mountains or the Taurus / Zagros ? Indo-European Homeland Proven!
PART IV: English, Greek, Latin and other Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish
PART III: Sun and sky worship, its linguistic implications, the Bull cult and the words for Ox, Cow and Taurus
PART II: Incontrovertible proof: Water, Father, and Mother: Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish.
PART I: Original Homeland of the Indo-Europeans
- Major genetics news (March 2019) from Spain! Science has beaten history books once more, and the results fully support my theories, books and articles on the origin of Indo-European languages! The spread of Indo-European languages: genetic evidence, haplogroup info suggests Sumerian and Hurrian origins With special emphasis on the linguistic affiliations of Haplogroup J and R1b who migrated with J.
Etymology of the word Anatolia: Greek word derives from Sumer language as do many othersAnatolia is the name used for Turkey by the Greeks in ancient times. The derivation of this word is in line with the origins of the Greek civilization.
Let's first look at the Wiktionary article for Anatolia
"From Medieval Latin Anatolia, from Ancient Greek ἀνατολή (anatolḗ, “sunrise, place from where the sun rises, the east”), from ἀνατέλλω (anatéllō, “I rise”), from ἀνά (aná, “up”) + τέλλω (téllō, “I perform, accomplish, rise”), because Anatolia was east of Greece. "
The above etymology is uniform in all online sources including Dictionary, and Etymologyonline. In Turkey too, this is the etymology accepted by academics.
I will challenge this etymology with firm, written evidence from Sumerian cuneiform records.
The etymology above is partially correct because it correctly states that "Anatolia" is a term used by Greeks for Turkey's major landmass, and that the word derives from Greek word "Anatole" which means "sunrise", and "east" in Greek. There are many words in Greek of Sumerian and Ugur (Hurrian) origin, and one of them is the word "Anatole". Moreover, the explanation as ana+tello maybe a late Greek derivation from Sumerian, or a result of a linguistic study, rather than an original derivation.
Let's now look at the Greek word "Anatole" through Sumerian Language, by using Sumerian - English dictionary at University of Pennsylvania and Ataturk's Sun Language Theory that I have proven:
First let's look at the word sunrise in Sumerian from Online Sumerian Dictionary at the University of Pennsylvania:
utu'e [SUNRISE] wr. utu-e3 "sunrise"
Ut/Utu=sun and e=raise, using agglutination, additive property of Sumerian Utu'e= Utu+e=Sun+Raise= Sunrise
So the Sumerian word is formed through addition of two words, exactly like in English, sun and rise, hence sunrise.
Now, let us construct the Greek word Anatole by using most basic Sumerian words related to the sky and sky objects and another Sumerian word for rise:
Let us add these words An (sky)+ Ut (sun) +Il (rise) > Anutil which is the same as the Greek word for sunrise and East: Anatole.
The minor vowel sound changes are known to occur. And the original Turkish "ul" instead of Sumerian "il" may have been used.
Moreover the Greek word "Ana" means "up" and Sumerian word "Ana" means "upper". They are one and same and they both derive from the same Sumerian word for Sky/heaven, AN!
So even Ana+Ut+il or Ana+ut+ul is a possibility.
Moreover the Sumerian reconstruction is like a verb final sentence: "Sky raises the Sun" is written in Sumerian Turkish as "Sky Sun raises" per SOV word order. This derivation is in harmony even with the grammar of Sumerian, something that's not even needed to prove the Sumerian derivation of the Greek word "Anatole".
The Sumerian root words An, Ut and Il are at the roots of Greek mythologyUranos is the sky/heaven in Greek mythology. The most distant planet is named after Uranos. It has already been observed that Uranos is quite similar to the Sumerian Sky/heaven god An in function. The word itself can easily be derived from Sumerian plus the Indo-European suffix -us/ -os
Ur means base among others, as in Sumerian cities Ur and Uruk, Turkish Urug, Hungarian Ugor.
So the Sumerian root word "An" is not only used in the word "Anatole" but also in "Uranus" and other words, such as Greek "Ana (up)".
Sumerian Il, Turkish Ul, Greek sun god Helios basis for the word HelicopterThe Greek word for sun Helios, is the basis of the English word Helicopter. The word "Helios" has the following etymology in Wiktionary:
From Proto-Hellenic *hāwélios, from a pre-Hellenic or later Proto-Indo-European *sāwélios, from Proto-Indo-European *sóh₂wl̥. Cognate with Old Church Slavonic слъньцє (slŭnĭce), Latin sol, Sanskrit सूर (sūra) and सूर्य (sūrya) and स्वर् (svar), Avestan 𐬵𐬎𐬎𐬀𐬭 (huuar), Persian خور (xwar).
Watch the "hāwé" in hypothetical construction in Proto_Hellenic and compare it with "uğ" and "uğa" in Water, Father, and Mother: Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish.
Helios also means East which is quite telling because Anatole also means East. The word for sun does not need to have a direction. Association of the sun with east may have an indication of their original homeland and/or the result of the construction of the word Anatole as given above, since "il" that is used as part of Helios means "rise" in Sumerian.
Now the Sumerian Turkish derivation of Helios: Uğ+il+os > ğelios > Helios.
Wiktionary entry for Ancient Greek ἥλιος
ᾱ̓βέλῐος (ābélios), ἀϝέλιος (awélios) – Cretan
ᾱ̓έλῐος (āélios) – Doric, Aeolic, Arcadocypriot
ᾱ̔́λῐος (hā́lios) – Lyric
ἠέλῐος (ēélios) – Homeric, Ionic
Also note the variaton of spellings at different locations and times. The H sound is sometimes lost and at others replaced by "b" or "w". Parpola notes that labiovelar "kw" is replaced by b, v and g in Sumerian. This is additional evidence that the "h" sound in Helios was originally "ğ". The sound "kw" that is found in Uralic was "uğe" or "uğğe" in Turkish.
Helos/Helios does not have the Sumerian word "ut" for sun but literally means "kin of what rises", or "what rises". The critical root here is "il" sumerian word for rise. The Turkish counterpart for high, great is "Ul" or "Ulu" which is also the word for "being": "ol".
The Latin word for sun, "Sol" closely follows the Greek example. Here the ending "us" is in the beginning or simply replaces "uğ" as is the case in the word Kauğkaus (Caucasus):
Us+il > Su+il > Sol.
French word for sky, "ciel", closely follows the above derivation. The formation of Sol parallels the formation of Anuğ / Anu from Sumerian. Us+ol as opposed to An+Uğ. Note "us" and "uğ" have the same familly forming function, "us" is the Indo-European counterpart of "Uğ". "An" as opposed to "Ul".
Sumerian word for sun "Ut" and Greek word "Theos"Greek "Theos" or Mycenaean "Te-o" derives from Sumerian word for sun, "Ut/Utu". Utu > Tuu or Tau > Teo. Sumerian Utu is from Utuğ just like Anu is from Anuğ (see English, Greek, Latin and other Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish). Utuğ or Utu, kin of sun, family of sun.
Also well known is the derivation of Th from T, hence Teo > Theo. The ending -us is the typical Indo-European ending ubiquitious in Greek language and frequently found in other Indo-European languages.
Turkish word for Sunrise derives from the word for BornThe Ud/Ut sound is also the basis for the common Turkish word for being born "doğ" and "Doğu" the word for "east". Here the idea is that the sun is born rather than rise. Also note that Turkish word for sunrise "gundoğumu" has the same root as the word for east doğu which is the logical association too. Sunrise direction is east hence these two words are associated in Turkish. In Helios it is the sun and not the word sunrise that is associated with East.
As I have shown above, the fact that the Sun and East are represented by the same word is a major evidence that the words Helios and Anatole have a component/sound that was associated with the act of rising!
Sumerian Turkish Ud+Uğ= Uduğ > common Turkish Doğ.
For more on this see Water, Father, and Mother: Indo-European Languages derive from Turkish.
Proven: The Greek word "Anatole" and "Anatolia" derive from Sumerian TurkishI have shown not only how this word derives from Sumerian Turkish but also how its constituents "An, Ut, Il" derive from Sumerian as well and they are used as root words in other ancient Greek and Indo-European words.
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Origin and Spread of Languages on Eurasian Map based on Genetics Research and my books as of May 2019. The world's first known language Sumerian was favorably compared to many linguistic families in Eurasia and America. Comparing ancient Sumerian migration routes constructed from ancient genome studies to these languages will give the opportunity to trace back world languages to a common language spoken some 20000 years ago. read more
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Sun Language TheoryTurkish academics say whatever the West tells them to say and there are too few people interested in history or languages in Turkey.
After Ataturk's death in 1938, Western propaganda arms told people in Turkey: "Nothing to see here, go find your written history records in Asia." And everyone in Turkey obeyed because, maybe except a few people out of tens of millions, there was no real Ataturkist in Turkey back then, just like today.
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