THE ORIGIN OF LANGUAGE. SKY-SUN-EARTH THEORY. BLOOD.
by Ion Cârstoiu
The etymology of most words for ''blood'' has not been discovered. The primitive man saw a connection between words meaning ''blood'' and ''sun'' (a drop of blood is red and round, curved),1) Au''blood''in Tidore (W.Papua)=au''sky'' in Mbilua (Solomon Isls). 2) Beli''blood'' in Tolaki (Indonesia)=beli''sun'' in Assamese (E.India). 3) Bi''blood'' in Archi=bi''sun'' in Otoe. 4) Chi in japanese=chi''sun'' in .Erzya. 5) Da in Marshallese=da in Central Pomo . 6) Daga in Raga (N.Hebrides)=daga in Circassian. 7) Dare in Yamdena =dare in Maipua (PNG). 8) Ha in Sentani=ha in O.Indian. 9) Hi in Nevari(Nepal) and Dargwa (Daghestan)=hi in Japanese. 10) Ira in Ma'anyan=ira in Sinhalese. 11) Kam in Nganasan=kam, kham in Gipsy. 12) Kan in Turkic=kan in Ninatic (Niantic, Connecticut). 13) Minyaifui(Indonesia) word for ''blood ''la=la''sun'' in Hawaiian. 14)Ma in Hote (PNG)=ma in Sumo(Chibchan). 15)Nara in Mota (Vanuatu)=nara, nar in Mongolian.16) Ra in Malagasy and Savu=Ra, Egyptian sun-god, ra''sun'' in Obolo(Nigeria). 17) Raa in Paamese (Vanuatu)=raa in Rapanui. 18) Re in Ambrym(Vanuatu)=Re in Egyptian, re ''sun'' in Irarutu (PNG). 19) Rik in Numfor (WNG)=rik in Tabasaran (Caucasus). 20) Taga in Favorlang (Taiwan)=taga in Adyghe(Cauc.) 21) Taha in Taokas(Taiwan)=taha in Guarijio. 22) Udu in Ujir (E.India)=udu in Sumerian. 23) Ura in Nyelayu (N.Caled.)=ura in Obolo (Nigeria). 24) Uri in Sumerian=uri''star'' in Fur (Sudan). 25) Wi in Tora(Brazil) and Wampar (PNG)=wi in Dakota.
And now words meaning ''blood'' and ''sun'' with small differences: 26) Apul in Mansaka ~ Apolo, Apul-. 27) Ariwn in O. Armenian~arew in Armenian. 28) Asrj in Sanskrit=sur ''sun'' in the same language. 29)Boga in Niger-Congo~bogi in Kamasau(PNG). 30) Daak in C.Melanau~daka in Makah. 31) Hebrew dam~ndama in Masai,dum''sun'' in Alfendio(PNG). 32) Dara,common Oceanic, ~dari in Tagota(PNG).
33)Guni in Zazaki cf.gun in Turkish. 34)Dil in Navajo~diell in Albanian. 35) Haga in Chamorro(Guam)~khaga in Sanskrit. 36) Haik in Ch. Min Dong , haima in Greek~hai in Korean and Hamer-Banna (Etiopia). 37) Iri in Tariano~irr in Harari, heri in Curripaco. 38) Iun in Chuvash cf.siun, sigun in Tungus-Manchu. 39) Iwi in Lezgi(Cauc.)~iwio in Mowat(Australia). 40) Ker in Selkup~keri in Tariano. 41) Khun in Persian ~kun in Turkic and Maya. 42) Koko in Hawaiian ~kak in Boruca. 43) Kure in Bororo cf. kur in Iranian. 44) Lada in Paporo(Taiwan)~lodo in Hawu(Indonesia). 45) Nare in Nindo~nar, nara in Mongolian. 46) Odol in Basque, but hadali''sun'' in Arawak (Haiti). 47) Osonde in Umbundu cf.shondi in Komi. 48) Pala in Tokelau~pal in Bullom (S.Leone). 49) Raan in Tetum ~rana in Hausa. 50) Rakt in Hindi, rakata in Kannada~arka in Sanskrit. 51) Rat in Gipsy~rato in Are'are (Solomon Isls). 52) Sul in Ket~sol in Latin, Germanic. 53) Ta-u in Lamelu cf.tau in Huichol. 54) Toto in Maori~koko in Hawaiian with k=t. 55) Tsus in Mongolian~kes in Modern Nara (Eritreea). 56)Veri in Finl.~vera in Polinesian, Dravidian. 57) Wara in Houailou(N.Caled.)~war in Gurani and Abui(Timor). 58) Wina in Pashtu~Shiwini, sun-god in Urartu. 59) Yawar in Quechua~yuwa in Ngoni(Mozambique). 60) Ysar in Tocharic ~sare in Kaipi, Toaripi(PNG). 61) Wiktionary on blood: "from OE.blod, from P.Germ*blotha, of uncertain origin, possibly ultimately from PIE*bhel''to bloom, blossom''. In my opinion the etymon for blood is Bel,sun-god in Celtic beli ''sun'' in Assamese, bel''sun'' in Remo(Odisha), beil in Rohingya, zero grade, +suf.-d.Cf.beli''blood'' in Tolaki.
Wiktionary on Latin sanguis: ” Originally sanguīs, from older sanguen, from *san- (compare saniēs (“ichor; ulcer”)), from Proto-Indo-European *h₁sh₂-én-, oblique stem of *h₁ésh₂r̥ (“blood”); compare Old Latin assyr, aser, Hittite 𒂊𒌍𒄯 (ēšḫar), Sanskrit असृज् (ásṛj), Ancient Greek ἔαρ (éar), Old Armenian արիւն (ariwn). The original paradigm must have been nominative assyr, oblique san-, which then split into doublets. The element -guen is probably from unguen, inguen.”
In my opinion Latin sanguis and Manchu senggi must be related to khasi sngi''sun'', sanggwa''sun'' in Angave(PNG).
Wiktionary on Russian krov’: ” PIE distinguished two roots for "blood", depending on whether it was found inside the body or outside. The former was *h₁ésh₂r̥, the latter *krewh₂-. The lexical distinction between the two is argued to indicate two distinct metaphorical sets, which have been preserved in various derivatives and extensions in the daughters.
The root *krewh₂- yielded words signifying aggression (e.g. in derivatives such as Latin crūdēlis (“cruel”), Sanskrit क्रूर (krūra, “cruel”) and Ancient Greek κρούω (kroúō, “to beat, whip, crush”)) and dying, seen metaphorically in terms for the hardening (or freezing) of "outside blood" (e.g. in derivatives such as Latin crusta (“crust”), Old Irish crúaid (“hard”), Latvian kreve (“coagulated blood”) and Ancient Greek κρύος (krúos, “cold”)). The semantic field was thus associated with wounding, death, and drying out/hardening of the body.
On the other hand, the root *h₁ésh₂r̥ has been associated with the notion of life-giving bodily fluid, and also with the patrilineal line in kinship terminology.”
I believe that Slavic krov' is comparable with Sanskrit ravi ''sun'' (robi in Bengali), preceded by prefix k- from Indian ka, cf.sngi''sun'' in Khasi, but kasngi''the sun''. In conclusion, we must admit *kravi,*krovi. Compare kruwi''blood'' in Ngarrindjeri(S.Australia).
The key to the etymology for ''blood'' is in Indian languages(see point 50)and in Armenian(p.27).