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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 13:06
Also this discussion is in yahoo answers

Click here
http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=20080625235442AAL1iPD

Quote Why are some Sumerian words same as the Turkish words?
First word is Sumerian, second are Turkish (same or similar across all Turkish languages.
Gadun ------------ Hatun
Assinu ----------- Asena
Gig-Anu ---------- Göktanrı (Gök ana)
Tammuzi --------- Temmuz
Domuzi ---------- Domız
Ginç --------- Genç
Auşk -------- --- Aşk
Tar- kus-u -------- Talih kuşu
Ungar ---------- Uygar
Altun ----------- Altın
Anu ---------- Ana
Tengiz---------- Deniz
Gozam-Ozam ------ Ozan
En-gur-ra --------- Ankara
Tamga --------- Damga
Me-en ---------- Men-Ben
Agıl ----------- Akıl
Bar ----------- Var
Er-Eş ------------ Erkek-Kadın
Rakibu ------- Rakip
Aga --------------- Ağa
Balag-ba -------- Balaban
Kes-da ------------ Kesmek
Bira ------------- Bira
Tagga ------------ Takke
Ge ----------------- Gel
İlig ---------- İlik
Et ----------------- Et
Mum ------------- Mum
Huma-kus-a ----------- huma Kuşu
Sin ------------- Sin(e)
Karra ------------ Kara
Batu ----------- Batı
Sar ------------ Sar(ı)
Heak---------- Hak
Mesu ---------- Meşe
Engin ----------- Engin
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These words are used even in Eastern Turkish countries. That never came to Anatolia.

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Searching google with:

turkish sumerian gives many pages including universities research, scientists research, etc.

turkish: turkce (in turkish)
sumerian: sumerce (in turkish)

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http://members.internettrash.com/pkk/a-T...

I have found this page which gives shocking information for me.

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There are more than 350 known words that are spoken same and have the same meaning. And there is evidence of Turks living in Anatolia for more than 5000 years.

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William H: Problem is Turkish is an ancient language. And it seems like Turks originate from Anatolia.

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http://www.turania.com/showthread.php?t=...

This article in English has increable information about similarity between Sumerian and Turkish.

Also HUNGAR is a Turkish word KUN-KOR meaning sun (day) and fire (ember)

if G changed to K than GUNGOR means DAY-SEE "see the day, those that see the day"


Turks can be killed but can't be beaten. (Napoleon Bonaparte)
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 13:14
HungryWolf, in addition to posting sources, you must comment on why you think it is relevant to the discussion, despite whether you think it is self-evident or not.  Thanks.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 13:22
similarity of words in isolation proves nothing. This is just fantasy dressed up as history.

 mandarin for dad is Ba-Ba, should we link that with any of our own languages that use a very similar word? madarin - Cha, india - chai, greek - chai. Yep that right the chinese are really Greeks from yester year and i can prove it!

 Every ethno-nationalist wannabe comes in here with the same fantasies  'theories' have never passed thorough examination from better read members- who actaully are interested in learning history. Never. You cant learn history if it involves something akin to a intellectual equivalent of; obsessive staring and flexing to a mirror, using your over stimulated imagination to convince yourself your muscles are bigger than they really are. Leave that for the teenagers.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 13:24
Quote HungryWolf, in addition to posting sources, you must comment on why you think it is relevant to the discussion, despite whether you think it is self-evident or not.  Thanks.
I understand you. Ofcourse, nobody can be completely sure or not sure of that.
It is kind of theory which is starting to proof by sciencial researchs.
Thank you too.


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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 13:28
Leonidas,

Please read the sources and watch video at 2nd page.
Becouse the facts are not only about similarity of languages.



Edited by HungryWolf - 17-Mar-2009 at 13:29


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Thank you HungryWolf. Have a great time with your works.
We Turks are a people who throughout our history have been the very embodiment of freedom&independence
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 16:51

HungryWolf and Myth TR:

The Code of Conduct is clear regarding nationalism - it is a violation.
I suggest you to read all parts of the CoC - and consider yourself lucky that BE is a patient and friendly man.

VII. Violations
The following are the acts that are considered violations to the code of conduct. For many cases the administration will determine the severity. Violations include but are not limited to the following:

B. Inappropriate posting
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Nationalism

Love your country all you want - but don't bring your twisted view on history here with only dubious sources to support it.
Learn how to study history with a critical mind - don't just pick sources which support your agenda of nationalism. 
 
Also - keep the original topic in mind - origin of the word "Turk".
If the discussion strays from this topic, the thread will be closed.
 
Consider this an unofficial Warning to both of you.

This post is not up for debate - nor is the Unofficial Warning.

 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 17:25
@ Hungry Wolf

Your so called sources are from site like turania.com and freaking Polat Kaya the best known internet clown ever, claiming Latin derives from Turkish!

I could find sources that claim that Greeks are from outer space and invented the human race, but I wouldn't expect anybody to take me seriously.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 17:28
Just glimpsed on the video you privded and it starts from the great flood, continuing to link Bulgarian kings, Indians, Aryans, Turks, just wow. 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 17:30

Northman ! I respect you , ok ! but look please the other posts someone calls a person for CLOWN. I respect clowns too, but in this time that clown doesn't mean a job.

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Originally posted by MythTR MythTR wrote:

Northman ! I respect you , ok ! but look please the other posts someone calls a person for CLOWN. I respect clowns too, but in this time that clown doesn't mean a job.



Nice try but I called somebody else a clown not a forum member, so it doesn't count.LOL
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Originally posted by Vorian Vorian wrote:



Nice try but I called somebody else a clown not a forum member, so it doesn't count.LOL


do you actually also contribute or just provoke?
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 18:00
I apologise...I usually don't do that, check my posts if you like, but when I stumble upon proto-{enter nationality of preference} threads I tend to get jolly. And when the said person that posts those theories, keeps refering to me and my nationality, I kind of forget myself. I will remove myself from the thread.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 18:03
Flippant  I invite you to some seriousness.
 
 
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 17-Mar-2009 at 19:13
Northman warned you guys, and as none of you seem to be able to stay on topic, this thread is locked until further notice. Hopefully you can all learn to stay on topic, if it is ever opened again.
 
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