Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Slovo -Jesus epithet

What is Slavic ?
If you do not mind lets talk about religion .
Slavs as term developed  from term Slovo .
What is Slovo ?

Lets see what  do we have explained until today ?
"Slav (n.)
late 14c., Sclave, from Medieval Latin Sclavus (c.800), from Byzantine Greek Sklabos (c.580), from Old Church Slavonic Sloveninu "a Slav," probably related to slovo "word, speech," which suggests the name originally identified a member of a speech community (compare Old Church Slavonic Nemici "Germans," related to nemu "dumb;" Greek heterophonos "foreign," literally "of different voice;" and Old English þeode, which meant both "race" and "language").
Identical with the -slav in personal names (such as Russian Miroslav, literally "peaceful fame;" Mstislav "vengeful fame;" Jaroslav "famed for fury;" Czech Bohuslav "God's glory;" and see Wenceslas). Spelled Slave c. 1788-1866, influenced by French and German Slave. As an adjective from 1876..." 1

What do we have here?
They are two different terms ,and they are :
1. Sclave
2. Slovenine
It is a huge differences between these two therms
First term is from Latin and to us is strange and unfamiliar.
Sclave  became  root for  words
Slave at English ,
Sklaven Germanic
Sklabos on Arabic not at Greek as it written
Sclave at Romanian
Sclave at Greek
Historically appeared and stuck over our places when Macedonia had been  enslaved from Rome. Macedonians become slaves from 168 B.C.
From here we have Sclavinias .
Term Sclaviniae been in used not only for Macedonia but elsewhere as well.

 "Sclavinias" are mentioned east of the Rhine and in north Germany and Hungary, as they are also mentioned in Spain, Asia Minor or North Africa. This multi purpose Latin-coined administrative term was regularly used for particular area or group of areas: "Ecclesia Sclavoniæ" included Bosnia and Dalmatia, "S(c)lavonia" in today's Croatia, "Sklavinska" (today renamed Dublinska) in Poland, "Macedonian Sclaviniæ", etc. Even the so-called Germania, until, and long after the foundation of the Holy Empire by Franks and Charlemagne around AD 800. on the maps was "Sclavania"...2

Enclaves ,and enslaved are today's preserved and in use terms at English  .

  Second term is Slovenin .
While Sclave is alien, term Slovenine is our languages ones

Slovenin is term made from pronoun and suffix .
Slove + nin

Pronoun is Slove or Slovo and nin is suffix.
Nin  as suffix describe belonging .
Both are our's languages  terms with we are familiar with.
 Nin mean theirs or belong to some specific group .

Our languages example  are
Rim+Nin -Rim (ja)  nin
Solun + nin Solun(ja)NIN

At English parallel is suffix AN
Rome + in   - Rome AN

Slovo + Nin
Slovenin
Slavyanin in origin
 So the ones belong to Slovo ,or following the Slovo is Slovenine or Slavyanin sing. and Slavyani  pl.

And what does word Slovo standing for ?

Lets read Gospel by John 1,1, and Biblical New Testimony explanations


The Beginning
"1In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.2He was in the beginning with God "3

Jesus shell be the answer

Slovo is Jesus epithet


God + The Word
Bog +  Slovo
Theos + Logos


knowing that  all around us were people what  accepted  Christianity from Macedonia  ,they became  latest Slovo followers  or Slavyani
Lately when Church  split at two half's therm
"Prvo slavni"   or  Pravo Slavni the Right Faith full ones took its place for Eastern Church members description ,translated as Orthodox because of some reasons

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Ref:
1: 
Dictionary.com - The world's favorite online English dictionary!
2. Vasil Culev "The invention of the "Slavic" fairytale", Skopje 2014
3. New Testament

links:
http://etymonline.com/index.php?...

The invention of the "Slavic" fairytale
John 1:1 In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.