Finding Ahv

Greek Ἀββᾶ Ahvva

ahv is the pronunciation of the ancient root word meaning “father”.
This is the key to life itself.

Hebrew: אב‎, Standard Av Tiberian ʾĀv 

Ahvah is an exact phonetic match for Avva (pronounced Ahvva) at Mark 14:36, Romans 8:15 and  Galatians 4:6

Ahvva is the safe haven and the place of rest.

Two links in Wikipedia were the catalyst and the Akkadian word for father. This led me on a search for ancient Hebrew phonics which you read about on the “Read first” page. 

Strong’s H1 with pronunciation. Listen to the pronunciation. In both Hebrew and Koine Greek, the word for father is pronounced “ahv”.  The /b/ is definitively pronounced /v/.

https://www.blueletterbible.org/lang/lexicon/lexicon.cfm?t=kjv&strongs=h1

Contained in these links is the profound connection between Ancient Hebrew, Akkadian and English.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ab_(Semitic)
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Av
https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%F0%92%80%8A

The ancient Greek Beta and the ancient Hebrew Bet were both pronounced as a /v/. This is proved by the words pronounced Ahvva (Abba)  and Ahv (Ab).

The etymology of the word ab in cuneiform is “sea”, not “father”. This is linked to The Sea Monster mentioned in the Bible. The word used for “father” in the Aramaic Scriptures is “ab”. 

Ahv

Ab or Av (related to Akkadian abu[1]), sometimes Abba, means “father” in most Semitic languages.

Av (Hebrew: אָב‎, Standard Av Tiberian ʾĀv Aramaic אבא Abba; from Akkadian abu; “father“)

Greek αβα – Av’a

Hebrew אבא – Ab’a

Akkadian – Ab’ŭ (cuneiform 𒀊 (abu) [AB] ) (note the /u/ is short)

English – Av’a

This is no coincidence. Ahv is the root language sound for “father”. This is the link.

See the home page for the details on how to do the Step by Step translations.

Ἀββᾶ

Ancient Greek was the key to finding ahb. It is clear now that at the time period the Greek Scriptures were written it was Abba not Avva. Note the timing of the phonological evolution. The further back you go, it’s Abba. All of the apostasy began around the 4th century C.E. (Common Era) around the same time The Roman Jesus was created. See the home to gain accurate knowledge about it.

Navigate to the following link and choose the “More” dropdown link.

https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/%E1%BC%80%CE%B2%CE%B2%CE%B1

Hebrew Phonics

The reason for the poetic Yah in the Bible is to protect the /ah/ sound. Don’t exaggerate the /ah/ sound, it’s natural, just say it naturally as in “father”.

I was working on Hebrew phonics with Bing Translator and made this exciting discovery. If you select French as the source language and Hebrew as the language to translate to you can translate ancient Hebrew phonics. If you use full words, you get false positives, but when you only put phonics in it works perfectly.

How to recreate ancient Hebrew phonics

PUT THE ENGLISH SOUND INTO BING TRANSLATOR, SELECT FRENCH AND TRANSLATE TO HEBREW. PRONUNCIATION OF ANY WORD IN HEBREW CAN NOW BE UNDERSTOOD

WORKING ON ANCIENT HEBREW PHONICS APRIL 12, 2021

CONFIRMED APRIL 13, 2021

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Hebrew אבא Aba meaning “Father” original graphic

Father

New graphic demonstrating how translation engines are loaded

Hebrew אבא Aba meaning “Father” new  graphic. Bing Translator has been loaded with “abba”

Sacred Father

Meaning of אייא at Genesis 1:1 is Sacred Father

Hebrew

אב קדוש are the phonics in Hebrew for Sacred Father

 Ahv-kadush are the phonics in English for Sacred Father.

Greek

Αβ καδός are the phonics in Greek for Sacred Father

Av-kadus are the phonics in English for Sacred Father

THE BRAIN TEASER

Aramaic Trick on Wikipedia. In actuality, it’s not abba its aba, three letters, confirmed in Eastern Syriac

The Aramaic term for father is אבא (abba).

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ab_(Semitic)

Mark 14:36 in Syriac Yeshua said ܐܒܐ ܐܒܝ “Aba, Ab” (Transliterated letter for letter from Syriac). There is a difference between the words and how they are vocalized in Aramaic proven on the page titled Faith in The Resurrection.