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- Bufo rana (Toad Poison)
- Homoeopathic Bufo is made from the poison of the toad. The toad releases his poison when he is teased or irritated; it can paralyze a dog. The Chinese were the first to apply dried toad poison for a variety of complaints. The American homoeopath J.T. Kent...
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- King James Bible: Exodus, Chapter 4
- Chapter 4 4:1 And Moses answered and said, But, behold, they will not believe me, nor hearken unto my voice: for they will say, The LORD hath not appeared unto thee. 4:2 And the LORD said unto him, What is that in thine hand? And he said, A rod. 4:3 And he...
Old Testament >> Exodus
- Bibles Do Not Equal Wisdom
- Bibles do not equal wisdom. In other words, all forms of spiritual text no matter how eloquently stated, cannot actually grant wisdom to the reader, merely through the act of reading. Words are only the representations of things, but not the things themselves....
Religion & Philosophy >> Religions
- "Thunder", son of Odin and Earth. The most beloved god of the Viking Age, perhaps seen as the chief god at that time, and often known now as "god of the common man", Thor is best-known for his ceaseless battle against the giants. He is not...
Deities & Heros >> Nordic & Germanic
- Last year I wrote the Hagalaz article while snowed in. Later in the year I somehow managed to get the Nauthiz article written. (Library School is going well, got 3 A's and a B, should be finished by the end of 99, and in the spirit of Wunjo, a moderate "h...
Divination >> Rune Stones
- Morrighan (the), Morrigan, Morrigu
- ("Great Queen", "Specter Queen", "Supreme War Goddess" or "Queen of Phantoms or Demons") Irish/Celtic. The Dark aspect of the Celtic Triple Goddess. Crone aspect of the Goddess. Great Mother. Moon Goddess. Great White...
Deities & Heros >> Celtic, Welsh, Irish & Brittish
- People of the Book: Fighting the Holy War
- At the heart of most of the world's great religions, there is a sacred text. This is usually a compilation of the words of the enlightened founder of the path or the interpretations of the life and teachings of this founder. Within this text is contained the...
Religion & Philosophy >> Religions
Bloody Etymology is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Bloody Etymology books and related discussion.
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- Etymological Problems with Words Сог 'Blood' in Nostratic and Beyond
- Etymological Problems with Words Сог 'Blood' in. Nostratic and Beyond. Karl Heinrich Menges.
- Introduction to Linguistics: Pragmatics: signs and their interpreters
- Culture-specific expletives, interjections, verbs. ● In general concerned with: – excretions: ● shit, shitty. ● snot, snotty.
- The Titanic Origin of Humans: The Melian Nymphs and Zagreus
- Gaia took in all the bloody drops that spattered off, and as the seasons of . origin of man.10 On the basis of such evidence, West agrees that.
- THE HITTITE NAME FOR 'GARLIC'
- pean names for 'blood' and 'spring', is an archaic appellative of Indo-Hittite origin. What is more, Hitt. šuppi-wašhar n.
Suggested Web Resources
- Bloody - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Etymology. Many theories have been put forward for the origin of the term.
- Take Our Word For It Archives A-D
- Feb 20, 2010 What is the etymology of bloody as the English use it? Today's word bloody comes to us from Old English, where it was blodig.
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