1. ABBA means father in Yoruba, In mdern Hebrew is Eber but AB is adoted for father. Yoruba will say BABA, ABBA, EBA, UBA, IBA, IBAM, BAAMI from different tongues.
2. AM, HAM AMO, HAMO, AMO, OMO, HOMO is the root word for HAM, AM.
ROOT WORD: AMO, HAMO.
DEFINITION: HAMO, HOMO, AMO, OMO is modern Hebrew and Habariwa Oranyan word meaning tribe, nation, people, child. Ham does not mean burnt face nor was he cursed.
FINAL WRITING: AMO, HAMO, HAM, AM ISRAEL (Hebrew)meaning Israelite
3. ARELI, AREOLLAM ARELI, AREOLLAM (Hebrew), AROOLE, AARE (Yoruba) is associated with bravery, leader. ARELI in Greek is AARON. AREOLAMI meaning bravery is my wealth
4. ARODI ARODI has no meaning in modern Hebrew because the use of P.I.E (proto-indo-European language) was used in translating modern Hebrew where prefix or suffix or both could be removed from a word. In using the P.I.E, sometimes the meaning is lost.
ARODI (Yoruba) meaning negative thought. ARODI certainly has meaning for a name when the suffix is used and it then becomes part of speech. ARO-IDILE, ARODILE means the hier (e.g heir to a throne)
FINAL WRITING: ARODILE (Yoruba)
5. ASHEM see HASHEM, SHEM
6. AYYUB, JOB
DEFINITION: AYYUB (modern Arabik),
IYYOB (modern Hebrew),
JOB (English) JOB was mentioned in Iwe Odaiyeh (book of Judah, bible), he was a man that was persecuted but was patient and vindicated.
ROOT WORD: AYI-UBA, AYUBA, IYI-UBA, IYUBA, IJI-UBA, IJUBA meaning to honuor