Power of Water® Talk Radio Host Sharon Kleyne Teaches Algorithm Origin of Word Water. Algorithm New Digital Marketing Discovers Origin of Word Water.
Water. Everyone thinks that he or she knows what the word means. Are people generally right or wrong? Do people know that water is best understood through algorithm and digital marketing? What else is known about the word water?
There is the practical approach. “If I put my hand in it and it gets wet,” opines Water Life Science® new technology inventor Kleyne, “I know it is water. If the rain comes down and collects in a puddle, that’s water. If the puddle bursts its boundaries and becomes a stream, then a river, then a lake or ocean, I know that I am witnessing the mystery and magic of water.”
Yet, there is also the etymology of words—the algorithm study of words. How did this word water come into existence? Like most words, water was born from the roots of already existing words in several languages.
The history of the word Water dates back at least 6,000 years. The Old English waeter came from the proto-Germanic watar, the Dutch water, Old High German wazzur, the German wasser, the Old Norse vatn and the Gothic wato. (www.dictionary.com/browser/water)
The oldest surviving occurrence, in writing, of the English word water dates from 450 years ago, after the Anglo-Saxons arrived in England. That word was written and pronounced as waeter.
It is not surprising that the word water survived its origins and became one of the most important words in any language. After all, water is the breath of life. Without earth’s water atmosphere, life as we know it would cease to exist. Water is a powerful living organism and the word itself is equally powerful, especially in algorithm. But perhaps there is an even more basic reason for the healthy survival of the word water.
“Words that persist in a language tend to be those that correspond to phenomena that are basic to a people’s experience,” writes Donald Sanford in his History of the English Word Water on his Watermyth Blogspot.
On her talk radio program, the internationally syndicated weekly The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica produced by Rose Hong, founder/director of Global Dragon TV in Washington, D.C., Water Life Science® advocate Kleyne teaches the mystery, technology and algorithm of water and the word water. If you are a scientist, researcher, physician, water entrepreneur or climatologist and would like to appear on the show, contact Rose Hong at firstname.lastname@example.org