Learning The Abary Language Double Letters HH [YAHUWAH]

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Double Letters

The first Abary language words we will learn will consist of “double letter” words. The double letter word we will learn in this part of the double letter series is the word HH.

Note:
The next eight slides contain repeat information for those who are following this “double letter” series. Feel free to scroll ahead to the “word of the day”, “if” you already have an understanding of the “pure language” and have studied the Abary alphabet and transliteration rules.

There Is A “Pure Language”

Tsapanyah (Zephaniah) 3:9 “For then will I turn to the people a pure language, that they may all call upon the name of YAHUWAH, to serve him with one consent.”

The scriptures reveal that there is a “pure language” that has been lost which will be restored by Creator YAHUWAH at a future time so that all the people of the earth will call on the name YAHUWAH to serve Him with one consent. At this time, most people do not believe that the Creator has given the Man Kind His personal name that He commands His people to call Him by. The world has substituted His name with LORD and GOD.

Introduction

The “pure language” is the original language that the scripture text of The Word (Bible) was preserved in. It is erroneously called the “Hebrew language” in our modern times.

In addition to being among the end time people who proclaim and exalt the restored name of Creator YAHUWAH, it is my goal to restore a closer rendering of some of the other names and words of the “pure language”—one name and word at a time.

The Pure Language Alphabet
PURE LANGUAGE ALPHABET ABARY PHOENICIAN
There are 22 pure language letters. These letters are called Phoenician alphabet in our modern times, but I believe that they represent the original appearance of the pure language alphabet.

Symbols Used For Hebrew Alphabet
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The pure language alphabet letters have been replaced with the Hebrew alphabet letters.

Both the pure language alphabet and Hebrew alphabet are written and read from right to left.

The Pronunciation Of The Abary Language Alphabet
(ALAP-KAP)

ALAP=A
BAT=B
GAMAL=G
DALAT=D
HAH=H
WUW=W
ZYAN=Z
CHAT=CH
THAT=TH
YAD=Y
KAP=K

The Pronunciation Of The Abary Language Alphabet

(LAMAD-TUW)
LAMAD=L
MAM=M
NUWN=N
SAMAK=S
AYAN=A
PAH=P
TSAD=TS
QAP or QUWP=Q
RASH=R
SHAN=SH
TUW=T

A Transliteration Rule: All Consonants

The pure language alphabet are all consonants. However, five of the consonants double as vowels as follows:

ALAP=A (“AH” sound) (consonant sound)
ALAP=A (“AH” sound) (vowel sound)

HAH=H (“H” as in HOT) (consonant sound)
HAH=H (“AH” sound) (vowel sound)

WUW=W (“W” as in WET) (consonant sound)
WUW=UW (“OO” sound) (vowel sound)

YAD=Y (“Y” as in YES) (consonant sound)
YAD=Y (“EE” sound) (vowel sound)

AYAN=A (“AH” sound) (consonant sound)
AYAN=A (“AH” sound) (vowel sound)

The Inserted Vowel Letter “A”

Whenever two Abary letters occur side-by-side that do not double as a vowel, the vowel letter “A” which has an “AH” sound is inserted between the two consonants as follows:

LB=LAB
HR=HAR
DT=DAT

I use the “A” which has an “AH” sound because it is the most common vowel sound in the Abary language because we have three letters that double as vowels that have the “AH” sound.

Word Of The Day Is: HH

The meaning of the root word HH is as follows:

HH=HAH
(H1929/H162)=WOE WORTH, AH!, GRIEF, OH!PAIN, ALAS, SORROW

Example: S(H)ARA(H)=S(HA)RA(H)=HH=HAH=WOE WORTH, AH!, GRIEF, OH!, PAIN, ALAS, SORROW (English SARAH)

Example: C(H)URC(H)=HH=HAH=WOE WORTH, AH!, GRIEF, OH!, PAIN, ALAS, SORROW

WOE WORTH=WOE BE TO

The Meaning Of WOE

WOE:

used to express grief, regret, or distress

: a feeling of great pain or sadness

woes : problems or troubles

1: a condition of deep suffering from misfortune, affliction, or grief

2: ruinous trouble : calamity, affliction

Synonyms Of WOE

Synonyms

WOE:
affliction, agony, anguish, excruciation, hurt, misery, pain, rack, strait(s), torment, torture, travail, tribulation, distress

AHAH! Equals AHA!

AHAH=AHA (pronounced the same)

In the English language, the sound of the expression AHAH (AHA) expresses the following:

1. used when something is suddenly seen, found, or understood

2. used to express surprise, triumph, or derision

The WOE WORTH Of The Heathen

Yachazaqaal (Ezekiel) 30:1-3

1 “The word of YAHUWAH came again unto me, saying, 2 Ban (“Son”) of man, prophesy and say, Thus saith Adany YAHUWAH; Howl ye, WOE WORTH (HAH/H1929) the day! 3 For the day is near, even the day of YAHUWAH is near, a cloudy day; it shall be the time of the heathen.”

Yuwal (Joel) 1:15 “ALAS (AHAH/H162) for the day! for the day of YAHUWAH is at hand, and as a destruction from the Almighty shall it come.”

Examples Of Other Names And Words With The HH And HAH

Other names and words with the word HH and HAH in them are as follows:

JAP(H)ET(H)

ROT(H)SC(H)ILD

(H)IROS(H)IMA

S(H)ADRAC(H)

S(H)EP(H)ERD

S(H)AS(H) (H8337 SIX, 6)

S(H)A(H)

S(H)YALA(H) (SHILOH)

(H)ANNA(H)

(H)ALALUWYA(H) (HALLELUJAH)

Examples Of Other Names And Words With The HH And HAH
(continued)

Other names and words with the word HH and HAH in them are as follows:

C(H)RISTOP(H)ER

(H)UG(H)

BAT(HH)OUSE

FIS(HH)OOK

HITC(HH)IKER

S(HH)

(H)A(H)A

(H)IG(H)

(H)URRA(H)

(H)US(H)

T(H)IG(H)

Other Abary Words Of WOE

Other Abary words that mean WOE are as follows:

AUW AUWY (H188/H190)=WOE

AY (H337)=WOE

LAL ALAL ALALY (H480)=WOE

NASH ANASH (H605)=WOE

HY HUW HUWY (H1945/H1958)=WOE

WOE In My Name

My name is DEBBIE EVE PARNELL. The WOE is found in my name as follows:

DEBBIE=DABABYA (forward)

DAB(A)B(Y)A=AY (H337)=WOE

EVE=AUWA (forward)

(AUW)A=AUW (H188/H190)=WOE

PARNELL=PARANALAL (forward)

PARAN(ALAL)=ALAL (H480)=WOE

Do you have the WOE of PAIN, GRIEF, and SORROW in your name?

WOE!

Now, we should be able to easily scan any name or word for the HH or HAH root word.

For those who have the WOE root word in their name:

Are you one of the ones who is experiencing the WOE of GRIEF, PAIN, and SORROW in your personal life in these last days of tribulation or are you one of the ones who administers the WOE of GRIEF, PAIN, and SORROW on others?

Take Heed! Shamar! Raah!

Credits

Image of Phoenician Alphabets (Abary)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Phoenician_alphabet
Luca-Own work

Public Domain

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