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Abary Names And Words Have Meaning

The names and words in the Abary language (erroneously called “Hebrew”) have meaning. After a foreign name or word is transliterated into the Abary language, we then can find revelation and meaning hidden in the name or word.


“Assassination is the murder of a prominent person or political figure by a surprise attack, usually for payment or political reasons.[1][2]”

“An assassination may be prompted by religious, ideological, political, or military motives; it is an act that may be done for financial gain, to avenge a grievance, from a desire to acquire fame or notoriety, or because of a military or security services command to carry out the homicide.”

The Etymology Of ASSASSIN

“The word assassin is often believed to derive from the word Hashshashin (Arabic: حشّاشين, ħashshāshīyīn, also Hashishin, Hashashiyyin, or Assassins),[3] and shares its etymological roots with hashish (/hæˈʃiːʃ/ or /ˈhæʃiːʃ/; from Arabic: حشيش ḥashīsh).[4] It referred to a group of Nizari Shia Persians who worked against various Arab & Persian targets.”


“Although it is commonly believed that Assassins were under the influence of hashish during their killings or during their indoctrination, there is debate as to whether these claims have merit, with many Eastern writers and an increasing number of Western academics coming to believe that drug-taking was not the key feature behind the name.[6]”

A Transliteration Rule: Digraphs

“Digraph (orthography), a pair of characters used together to represent a single sound, such as “sh” in English”

A digraph can be composed of two vowels or two consonants that make a single sound.

A Transliteration Of ASSASSIN

A transliteration of the word ASSASSIN into the Abary language is as follows:

A-(SS)-A-(SS)-(I)-N (the “ss” as a digraph makes one “s” sound, the “i” is equal to the Abary letter “yod” or “y”)

A-S-A-S-(Y-N) (we need to insert the Abary letter “a” which has an “ah” sound between the consonants “y” and “n”)




“Hussein (also spelled Husein, Husain, Hussain, Husayin, Hussayin, Hüseyin, Huseyin, Husseyin, Huseyn, Hossain, Hosein, Hossein, or Husseyn) (Arabic: حسین‎, Ḥusayn), is an Arabic name which is the diminutive of Hassan, meaning “good”, “handsome” or “beautiful”. It is commonly given as a male given name, particularly among Shias.[1] In some Persian sources the forms Ḥosayn, Hosayn, or Hossein is used.[2] On the Subcontinent or South Asia, the form used is “Hussain” or “Hossain” in the Bengal region.”

Muhammad And HUSSEIN

“This name was not used in the pre-Islamic period,[3] and is recorded to have been first used by the Islamic prophet Muhammad when he named his grandson Husayn ibn Ali, allegedly under the command of the arch-angel Gabriel.[3]”

A Transliteration Of HUSSEIN

A transliteration of HUSSEIN into the Abary language is as follows:

H-(U)-S-S-(EI)-N (the “u” is equal to the Abary letter “waw” or “uw”, the “ei’ is a digraph of two letters that make one sound and is equal to the Abary letter “yod” or “y”)

H-UW-(S-S)-(Y-N) (we need to insert the Abary letter “a” which has an “ah” sound between the consonants “s” and “s” and “y” and “n”)



A Transliteration Of HUSSEIN
(with the letter “Y” substitution)




H(YS)ASYAN (forward) (we need to insert the Abary letter “a” which has an “ah” sound between the consonants “y” and “s”)



The word ASSASSIN is found in HUSSEIN as follows:




The Meaning In HUSSEIN

Anyone with the name of HUSSEIN or one of its variant spellings has the meaning of ASSASSIN, ASSASSINATE, ASSASSINATED or ASSASSINATION in their name.

Take Heed! Shamar! Raah!


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