Sphinx V (Word Studies)
In Response To: Sphinx I (Queen Khentkawes) ()

Word studies:
(Strong’s Concordance reference numbers for Hebrew words are in parentheses.)

Bel/Baal, “Lord” (i.e., a deity)
The Hebrew word heeb suggests, “companion” (and by extension/context, “consort”). The Sphinx was certainly a terrifying companion deity to “Bel (Re)” and the Pyramids.

Biblical Eber/Heber was one that “crossed over”, and was an epithet of Moses, a Biblical type of the sun god Re. Heeb might further relate to the crossing over from life to death and vice versa., with Balheeb then connoting “lord/deity of the beyond/afterlife”, i.e., Aker/Sokar or resurrected Re-Atum.

Houl, sun, wheel
Hebrew Hul (chuwl) “circle”
Etymology of Houl/Hal:

Houl-land (Holland)

Halhul (2478) by reduplication of 2342, “contorted”, a place in Palestine.
chalchalah (2479) “writhing (in childbirth); by implication terror”

chel (2426) “trench”
chiylah (2427) “pain/pang (of childbirth)”

chol (2455) “exposed, profane, unholy”
From chalal (2490) “profane (self)
chalal (2491) “pierced (especially to death); figuratively polluted”
Also derived from (2490)
Cf chalah (2470) “rubbed or worn, weak, sick, afflicted, woman in travail, be wounded”
Cf chuwl/chiyl (2342) “be wounded”
Cf Maacah, “pierced” (Hebrew epithet for a Great Queen/God’s Wife)
Cf qareh (7137) “accidental uncleanness”

karar (3769) “to dance, whirl”

char/chur/Hur/Hor/Koresh (Har/Horus)
Related words have meanings of deserted/desolate, parched, cave/hole dwelling (Horim, Horites), whiteness, shining, piercing/cutting, east, sun, fire/heat, fear/terror/abruptness, zeal/devotion, anger, pudenda, disgrace
Choreb (2722) Horeb

chuwl/chiyl (2342) dance, writhe, travail, calve/give birth
chuwl (2343) Hul, “circle”
chowl (2344) “sand (as round or whirling particles)”
Cholon (2473) “sandy”, a place name
Chelem (2494) Helem, “a dream” (Cf the dream of Thutmose IV and his “Dream Stela” placed beneath the paws of the Sphinx)
Chelon (2497) Helon, derived from 2342
chalaqlaqqah (2519) “something very smooth, i.e. a treacherous spot, flattery”
challamiysh (2496) “hardness, rock”
chalaph (2499) “to pass on (of time)”

qorach/qerach (7140) “smooth, bald”

Havilah (2341) “circular”
Havilah, to wind, writhe (like a snake)
Chavvah (2332) life-giver, Eve

Huldah, “transient, fleeting, gliding, the world (as passing/spinning)”
Cf Hebrew names Halah/Helah and Greek Hel/helios

cheleb/chalab (2459-2463) fatness, fertility, milk/cheese, grease, marrow
Transposition of chabal/chebel (2254, 2256), “twist, turn, wind, writhe”
and chabal (2255) “ruin, destroy, hurt”

kol/kowl (3605) “the whole, all”
Synonymous with Atum (“totality”) or representing Horus, Re, and Atum, as well as completing the cycle from Atum back around to Horus.

kala/kele/kilab (3307/3308/3309) restrict, shut-up, (im-)prison

keleb (3611) “yelp, attack, dog, male prostitute”

qal/qol (7032) “sound, voice”
qalah (7033) “parched, shrunken”
qala (7049) “carve (as if a circular motion), sling (out)”

Cf Hu, Egyptian word for “force of command”

qalahh (7035) “assemble, gather together”

qol/qowl (6963) “call aloud, proclaim, thunder”
qowlaya (6964) “voice of Jah”, Kolaiah
qera (7123) “call, cry, read”

qobel/qabal (6903/6905) “in front of”

Various words beginning with kal/kel/kil (3515-3637) completion, perfection (e.g., as of a bride), an ending or falling (in disgrace/destruction)

qalown (7036) “disgrace; (by implication) the pudenda, reproach, shame”

Cf HWL and English words harlot, whore

“UROBORUS: The circular serpent biting its own tail represents eternity and the cycles or ‘circle of life.’ Medieval alchemists linked it to the cyclical processes in nature.

Uroborus can be parsed as “circle (Orb/Urba) of Orus (Horus or the golden sun)”. Urba was the name/epithet of Sargon’s “eldest son”. His name in Hebrew, Arba, means “four” and also is symbolic of the world/earth. The circle is symbolic both of the female/feminine and of eternity/immortality, as well as gold and the sun. (Cf cartouche, chart)

The horah, an Israelite “circle dance”

Gk. choros "a circle of dances with everyone holding hands."
guros, circle/sphere, round hole, water catcher.

Cf Cheber (2268) Heber, charmer, spell-binder, society (maker), join/bind, rule/govern
chabar/chaber/chabbar (2269/2270/2271) associate, companion
chebrah (2274) company, association
Hebron (2275) place/seat of association
Cf Caleb, “attacking aggressively (like a dog or prostitute)”
Cf cherub

behalah (928) “panic, destruction, trouble, terror”
ballahah (1091) “arlam, destruction, terror, trouble”

chag/chaga (2283), victim, sacrifice, revolve, terror

maguwr/magowr (4032) “fear, terror”
maguwr Missabib, “fright all-around”
Japanese “meguru” means to circle and “magaru” means to turn

morah (4172) terribleness, terror
From yare (3372) to fear
ayim/ayom (365) frightful, terror
Play on ayim/ayalah (365/355)? Doe, hine
maratsah (4637) “violence, terror”
From aratz (6206)

qarats (7169) “gesture of malice/destructive intent”

chath/cheth (2844/5) “terror”
Cf Hittite. The emphasis on the ancient royal family being nominal Hittites must be a link to the more remote past/pre-history in which modern-day Turkey was a cultural center, such as at Göbekli Tepe, )

chittah (2847) “fear, terror”
machittah (4288) dismaying, ruin, terror

pachad (6343) “startled, the object feared, terror”

Terror was attributed to a Horus figure. See for example the Hymn to Thutmose III as Horus where it was written, “I have set thy fame (even) the fear of thee in all lands”.