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Tail in Sumerian

Tail in Sumerian

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Page 1 - 25 May 2011 9:10 AM“Tail” = “kun” in Cuneiform - Jennifer Ball © May 13, 2011
The word “tail” has many meanings, but on an ani-
mal it is a ag to say, “Here is where the important
stuff is.” A tail on a woman would be her vagina orher bottom. “I’m gonna get some tail,” is a fairly
common phrase for “I’m going to get some pussy,”which is also euphemistic for “I’m going to put mypenis in a woman’s vagina.” The slang term for
“vagina” is “cunt,” which isn’t far from “kun.”“Kunga,’ merely one of the many Sumerianwords for “donkey,” demonstrates that the Sumer-
ians appear to have loved donkeys. An equid is one
of the few Sumerian characters
that is depicted with a face (see
“Talk Dirty to Me in Sumer-
ian”). The star, (highlighted inyellow) which makes up this
word “kunga,” is the recog-
nized sign of a deity (I think
it also means “milk”), so this
shows that equids were special.Another word for “equid” is
“anshe,” which also includes astar character. This animal was
the pinnacle for the Sumerians.
A “kunzida” is a dam
(a more common term for
“weir”), and wives in Sumerian
Tail = kun in cuneiformOr would that be tail = cun?
by Jennifer Ball
 
© May 13, 2011
 
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if language is constantly reminding women that our bodies are the thing that is important and not ourminds. Do you ever ask yourself, “Why isn’t ‘cunt’ spelled with a ‘k’?” Because that would be kooky.That would give too much signicance to the word. “K” the symbol signies mostly for things areelevated. “C” the symbol signies for mostly things that are curved and short. “Kunt” with a “K” re
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minds us of the KKK, or kites (which y high), or keys (which open doors), or kangaroos (a word fromanother language that signies for an animal that jumps up). A kitten is elevated, a cat is old news. We
like the new.
Because “C” often has the sound of “S,” people use “K” to mean the the hard consonant.Yet “K” mostly shows up in words of elevation or in words from other cultures (kamikaze, Kahlua,khaki—Persian for “dust” or perhaps “caca”—and “kick,” which we think is “our” word, but it’s from
unknown origin according to OED).
Letters, words, the organization of the alphabet has been honed by a multitude of people usingit. It is not happenstance that the word “cuneiform” begins with “cun” because in both our culture andin Sumeria, the c/kun sound meant “outlet.” Outlets tend to come in “V” and “U” shapes. Think bay orportal. “Cuneiform” is named because “cunei” means “wedge-shaped.” A wedge is a pie shape. A pie isa “V” shape. It all comes back to bowls or troughs eventually (see below).There are a few core ideas, and these ideas are constantly enlarged upon, syllables added(which have their own basic meanings), but ultimately, things can be distilled into shape signicance,sound signicance (both of which have been honed for a long time), or monarch signicance (where aking or ruler dictates a language change, as in 15th century Korea where King Sejong created Hangul,the Korean alphabet, and published it in 1446; or in the 1950s in China when the People’s Republicsimplied the Han characters). Meaning gravitates toward particular sound combinations. A bun and acun are reections of each other. Concave and convex. In a world where women are their body parts,
how far away is the word “hun”? Bunny, cunny, honey.
were referred to individually as “dam” (see “Vaginas depicted in Sumerian: a database with commen
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tary). “Dame” is still a word we use for women. “Damen” is “women” in German; “dam” is “blood”in Hebrew,” which is what comes out of a woman’s “dam.” We’ve just traded the same group of wordsaround for similar concepts. Words trade dependent upon how a society views the object in question.If you revere cats, you call them some version of “meow” as the Chinese and Ancient Egyptians did.If you don’t, you call them “cat” as we have done. Some people revere cats now, but they usually givetheir cats individual names. The sound pattern
cat 
typically means (in many cultures) something smallthat can reproduce s (see “‘Meow’ is just another name for ‘Cat’”).The above word is pronounce
kung
(because the caret over the “g” means one makes this
sound:
ng—
and this is just one of the reasons why this stuff is hard to gure out. I’m sure the jargonkeeps many out of linguistics. A stair might not seem a lot like a donkey or a dam, but if you take “themap view,” which is to enlarge your sense of congruence to include conceptual congruence, both a dam
and a set of stairs are outlets, and the Pennsylvania Sumerian Dictionary also includes “threshold,” in
this “kung.” word. The donkey, being the pinnacle of Sumerian animal preference, is at the top of the
stairs where the stars are, where King-Kong is. “Kung” is king, and kings get cunts.
In Akkadian, one sound pattern for stairs is
simmiltu:
each stair is quite similar to the next. TheAkkadians picked out a different quality to label a set of stairs than the Sumerians who wrote “kung”51 times. A stairway is a passage, as are several orices on the human body. Previous cultures weremuch more animalistic than we are (or like to believe we are), and they call an object by the namethat they consider a relevant characteristic of that object. It turns out that the sounds and drawings forparticularly relevant ideas fall into a groove across all cultures because sex and procreation were thatimportant to early man. Tail -
kun
to stair -
kung
only differs in of the addition of the “g” sound. “G” isan aggressive sound because it is the sound of growling and swallowing. To swallow one had to havefood. To have food, one generally had to kill something. They weren’t called “hunters and gatherers”
for nothing. Sexual boundaries were pretty clear back then, so the hunters were men, and the gathers,women; however there were ve female kings in Egypt, so the fact that Egypt had the most equity tobe found in early civilizations could explain why it lasted so long. It’s hard to be a female king though

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