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Sagittarius 24: A bluebird standing at the door of the house

Sagittarius 24: A bluebird standing at the door of the house

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Sagittarius 24: A bluebird standing at the door of the house


The word blue descends from the Indo-European (IE) root bhel-1, which means “to shine, flash, burn; shining white and various bright colors.” Among its derivatives are the words black, blanch, blaze, bleach, bleak, blend, blind, blond, bald, flagrant, flame, flamingo, phlegm, and fulgent.
The noun bird descends from the Old English brid, which means “young bird.” One Indo-European root carrying this meaning is awi- which means “bird” and from which descend avian, aviation, caviar, egg, ostrich, oval, and ovary. Informally, the word bird, as well as its synonym chick, is a reference to a young woman.
The word standing is a derivative of the IE root sta- which means “to stand.” Among its paronyms are cost, arrest, desist, destitute, distant, ecstasy, estate, extant, the prefix histo-, instant, institute, obstacle, oust, post, prostrate, prostate, rest, resist, restore, stable, stage, stall, stance, stand, starling, state, station, status, stay, steed, stead, stern, still, stool, store, stow, stud, subsist, substitute, and system.
The word door descends from the IE root dhwer- which means “door, doorway” and from which also descend the words forest, farouche, foreign, vicar, afforest, faubourg, foreclose, forfeit, forensic, forum, durbar, and thyroid.
The noun house descends from Old English hus which means “dwelling, shelter, house” and is related to the Pre-Germanic khusan, the Old Frisan hus, the Dutch huis, and the German Haus. Its ultimate origin is unknown however. One possibility is (s)keu-, the IE root of the verb ‘hide’ and which means “to cover, conceal.” Paronyms include custody, cuticle, hoard, hose, huddle, hut, obscure, recoil, scum, sky, and skim.
A second possible origin for house is the IE root kel-2 which also means “to cover, conceal, save.” Paronyms include calypso, cell, cellar, clandestine, conceal, color, hall, helm, helmet, hold, hole, hollow, holster, occult, Valhalla, the name William, and housing (an ornamental or protective covering for a saddle). The last word, housing, is obviously a homonym of the form that means “buildings or other shelters in which people live” and “provision of lodging or shelter” and “a hole, groove, or slot in a piece of wood into which another piece is inserted.” But they are more than homonyms. Both roots analyzed above mean “to cover”, a synonym of “shelter.”
Sagittarius 24: A bluebird standing at the door of the house


The word blue descends from the Indo-European (IE) root bhel-1, which means “to shine, flash, burn; shining white and various bright colors.” Among its derivatives are the words black, blanch, blaze, bleach, bleak, blend, blind, blond, bald, flagrant, flame, flamingo, phlegm, and fulgent.
The noun bird descends from the Old English brid, which means “young bird.” One Indo-European root carrying this meaning is awi- which means “bird” and from which descend avian, aviation, caviar, egg, ostrich, oval, and ovary. Informally, the word bird, as well as its synonym chick, is a reference to a young woman.
The word standing is a derivative of the IE root sta- which means “to stand.” Among its paronyms are cost, arrest, desist, destitute, distant, ecstasy, estate, extant, the prefix histo-, instant, institute, obstacle, oust, post, prostrate, prostate, rest, resist, restore, stable, stage, stall, stance, stand, starling, state, station, status, stay, steed, stead, stern, still, stool, store, stow, stud, subsist, substitute, and system.
The word door descends from the IE root dhwer- which means “door, doorway” and from which also descend the words forest, farouche, foreign, vicar, afforest, faubourg, foreclose, forfeit, forensic, forum, durbar, and thyroid.
The noun house descends from Old English hus which means “dwelling, shelter, house” and is related to the Pre-Germanic khusan, the Old Frisan hus, the Dutch huis, and the German Haus. Its ultimate origin is unknown however. One possibility is (s)keu-, the IE root of the verb ‘hide’ and which means “to cover, conceal.” Paronyms include custody, cuticle, hoard, hose, huddle, hut, obscure, recoil, scum, sky, and skim.
A second possible origin for house is the IE root kel-2 which also means “to cover, conceal, save.” Paronyms include calypso, cell, cellar, clandestine, conceal, color, hall, helm, helmet, hold, hole, hollow, holster, occult, Valhalla, the name William, and housing (an ornamental or protective covering for a saddle). The last word, housing, is obviously a homonym of the form that means “buildings or other shelters in which people live” and “provision of lodging or shelter” and “a hole, groove, or slot in a piece of wood into which another piece is inserted.” But they are more than homonyms. Both roots analyzed above mean “to cover”, a synonym of “shelter.”

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