Race of Arms: two of a kind

YHWH

For Jewish people YHVH is the most holy name of God, as written in the ancient Hebrew language. The written language showed no vowels, so the pronunciation is not agreed on. However, most academics agree that “Yahweh” is the most accepted way to say it.

Source: YHWH
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Through the earthy names untold in Abrahamic religions, the concept of one deity has definite roots in toponymic choice. The underground MC’s reference to “Before Mecca” is the only key to examine the Ancient Egyptian limestones and bas reliefs discreetly. Here I daresay that explorations of language habits and vowel structures lead to the gates of wisdom.

Jacques Lacan had a student whose reformed beliefs were closer to Biblical verses, but it was in France. I am writing these lines and having no specific direction; I find an advance of knowledge.

I am following the Lacanian accent on college-knowledge. I be briefly.

The knowledge that there is a part of the psychic functions that are out of conscious reach, we did not need to wait for Freud to know this!

Source: Google Search, quote by Jacques Lacan

Mecca

Wikipedia pages will never exhaust my looks. It’s time to study places-of-names. Here I ain’t playing in words; working with sound and texts finally. One shouldn’t forget the power of collective achievements on wiki-pages.

The ancient or early name for the site of Mecca is Bakkah (ةكَّبَ,[18] also transliterated Baca, Baka, Bakah, Bakka, Becca, Bekka, etc.).[19][20][21] An Arabic word, its etymology, like that of Mecca, is obscure.[22] Widely believed to be a synonym for Mecca, it is said to be more specifically the early name for the valley located therein, while Muslim scholars generally use it to refer to the sacred area of the city that immediately surrounds and includes the Kaaba.

Source: Mecca, Etymology and usage
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The obscurity in the etymological origin of Mecca in the English Wikipedia may supply some useful uncertainties to pay attention literally on further pre-Islamic studies rising from Arabian peninsula region and surely, through the Bab-El-Mandeb, find designs and motives.

Gulf of Tajoura
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But, by the way, to my everlasting linguistical passion, the French wiki page tells two versions:

Dans les parties géographiques des puranas, composés au Ier millénaire ap. J.-C.[évasif], on trouve La Mecque sous le nom de मकेश्वर / Makeśvara. Pour le texte hindou, la pierre noire qui y est entreposée est l’emblème du dieu Shiva (le Lingam)31.

Selon le philologue Christoph Luxenberg qui théorisa en 2007 une origine syro-araméenne du Coran, le nom de la Mecque proviendrait plutôt de la racine araméenne Makk désignant une dépression topographique, soit notamment et justement une « vallée » qui accréditerait l’origine syro-araméenne32.

Source: La Mecque
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Yandex Translation:

In the geographical parts of the puranas, composed in the I Millennium ap. J.-C. [evasive], Mecca is found under the name of मकेश्वर / Makeśvara. For the Hindu text, the Black Stone stored there is the emblem of the god Shiva (the Lingam).

According to philologist Christoph Luxenberg who theorised in 2007 a syro-Aramaic origin of the Koran, the name of Mecca comes rather from the Makk Aramaic root designating a topographic depression, namely and precisely a “valley” that would accredit the syro-Aramaic origin.

Shiva is too strong for beginning a journey. The second version is more friendly for running valid research.

Just this piece in original, look at that:

“le nom de la Mecque proviendrait plutôt de la racine araméenne Makk désignant une dépression topographique.”

Topography as a field of beloved homelands shall keep names rightly.

Djibouti

The word ‘Djibouti’ had me baffled. On Wikipedia, I did learn some Ancient Egyptian Mythology; hence I don’t think there’s a confusion in the logical deduction that ‘Djibouti’ and ‘Jehouty’ come together pretty similar. And again, the importance of sound quality scrutinized; and ‘Jehouty’ attributed to highly venerated deity Thoth.

Map of the Obock Region.
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Other forms of the name ḏḥwty using older transcriptions include Jehuti, Jehuty, Tahuti, Tehuti, Zehuti, Techu, or Tetu. Multiple titles for Thoth, similar to the pharaonic titulary, are also known, including A, Sheps, Lord of Khemennu, Asten, Khenti, Mehi, Hab, and A’an.

Source: Further names and spellings, Thoth
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It’s fine, where machine learning suggests proper latinized spelling ‘Jehouty’ as ‘Jehova’.

As expected.