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A, AC, ACE, ACT

Qualities of the Oak (grove)

 

[ref]/e/ represents ehwaz twins, a work team, both human and horse. With ac, it becomes the man or animal in its perfected state as in 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10 below. An “ace” at anything is accomplished. It is also the code representing ‘strength or perfection’, as in man of oak[/ref]   ACE
[ref]/t/ is tyr for regulation, making ac a regulated behavior or representation of (Without a foreign language, there is no way to describe act, action , accomplishment – other than the A.S. behave)[/ref]   ACT
[ref]-ion is a ‘charged particle’ which moves the regulated behavior to position of completion.[/ref]   ACTION
[ref].[/ref] EX ACT
[ref]an initial /f/ is determinative and puts this in the category of wealth or well-being. A face can be wealth, or it can show one’s physical condition.[/ref] F ACE
[ref]/l/ represents law and fluidity I see this as representative of the oak in motion (idea of ‘lace’ patterned after movement of oak shadows?)[/ref] L ACE
[ref]an initial /m/is determinative for ‘human’ added to oak makes some thing for man.[/ref] M ACE
[ref]an initial /p/ is determinative and has the sense of a kind of birthing, a process of nature coming into being as /e/ man or animal[/ref] P ACE
[ref]an initial /r/ is determinative and is about transformation of /e/ either man or animal[/ref] R ACE
[ref]/gr/ is for a transformational gift – a perfected form of generosity and strength of the oak[/ref] GR ACE
[ref]/br/ means a transformed, intensified strength of the oak[/ref] BR ACE
[ref]em- the prefix is ‘within’ used as an intensifier (a lot more than a squeeze)[/ref] EMBR ACE
[ref]represents three plus – to make or to do something three or more times.[/ref] TR ACE
[ref]the -ing suffix adds a give/take, give/receive, need/give relationship to the idea of ‘trace’, usually making this an active process, a verb.[/ref] TR ACING
[ref]/tr-/ represents three but can be symbolic of three or more , /t/ regulates, making this a rune of completion, the three or more probably refers to dimensions, as in a tract of land[/ref] TR ACT
[ref]the -ion suffix represents a ‘charged particle’, an action with tr- representing three directions of tension or pulling[/ref] TR ACTION
[ref]the re- prefix means ‘back’ or ‘away from’ signifying a vigorous pulling away from[/ref] RETR ACTION
[ref]a completed statement about something separated into three or more dimensions, such as a religious tractate[/ref] TR ACTATE
[ref]the pl- initial blend PEORTH-LAGU stands for a structured birthing, a sort of organized coming into being. Think pl-ace-m-ent ‘-ent’ is toward the finish or end, /t/= regulation[/ref] PL ACEMENT
[ref]the blend /kn/ means hard to soft or soft to hard; -ledge is related to ‘edge’; some thing or being on the edge of knowing and striving for it.[/ref]   ACKNOWLEDGE
[ref]as in placement, /pl/ stands for a sort of organized coming-into-being; this reflects our languages’ awareness that time and place are interdependent; when one changes the other does also.[/ref] PL ACE
[ref]as in face, the outer expression of the inner well-being; the prefis ‘de-’ expresses ‘down or away’ Thinking of deface as damage to oak trees gives the word a more vivid image for me.[/ref] DEF ACE
[ref]/R/ in the prefix re- represents RAD transformation and carries the sense of change or of doing again.[/ref] REPL ACEMENT
[ref]has the suffix ‘-ent’which carries the sense of toward the completion or the end, the terminal /T/, instead of the /D/ represents regulation.[/ref] EMBR ACEMENT
[ref]regulated and transformative exchange between or among things or beings. The ‘act’ gives us an Oak to be the subject which is the referent charged particle (living thing).[/ref] INTER ACTION
[ref]I finally have a sense of this word, the determinative /F/ makes it wealth or well-being and the terminal /T/ regulates without seeming like a limit or end.[/ref] F ACT
[ref]This word is also clear for me, A faction is a ‘charged particle ‘, a being holding their own set of ‘facts’.[/ref] F ACTION
[ref]a regulated thing or being , taking form and ‘birthing’ or coming-into-being.[/ref] P ACT
[ref]Chär [Gael. ceara Ir. Cear blood, blood-colored] also charact an inscription (which could be read as a cutting into) Since amnchara has the sense of soul-friend, char could have the sense of soul character could be read as ‘blood or soul of the oak’.[/ref] CHAR ACTER
[ref]This word is a statement confirming real existence. the suffixes -al means pertaining to and -ly means like ; /U/ is group energy and acts as a combining form, The subject that is symbolic of the real existence is the Oak represented by ‘act’.[/ref]   ACTUALLY
[ref]“A garden, grove or villa near Athens where Plato taught” aca oak; demos people, considered Greek but may be even older; as eight tribes of Celts were in the Po valley in 400 B.C.E.[/ref]   ACADEMY
[ref]‘cr-’ KEN RAD is always intuitive knowledge and knowing / transformative and transforming; ‘-er’ is one who- or that which is transformed. A cracker can be a chewy piece of bread; but, in the southern United States it has frequently been a pejorative name for people who are recognized as being Celtic rather than Germanic.[/ref] CR ACKER

The oak grove represents a complete and completely useful lifeform that balances need with giving, a complete community, useful at every stage- from acorn to mulch. The oakgrove provides food and shelter for man and beast, tannin for tanning skins, dyes, building materials, Twigs and leaves for making fires and hard wood for making a long-burning hot fire or for making charcoal. There’s room enough beneath an oaks’ canopy to shelter a community which is how the word academy came to be. I just noticed recently that the roots and fallen branches provide excellent and plentiful seating. A human with all the traits of the oak would be an advanced form of common mankind. To describe anything from an objective standpoint, it is necessary to not compare like to like. Like to like requires a subjective valuation. Man is compared to many kinds of trees and the Oak is high praise. When speaking of man’s inner life, we refer to the ‘self’, the root word, or sense element is ‘elf’ which is the wood spirit. In the following words, the runic sense element meaning ‘oak’ represents a perfected life form or behavior that can stand for any thing, animate or inanimate that is being alluded to. In face, ‘ac’ can be the ‘face’ of a matter at issue, a human or a clock face; in ‘placement’, ‘ac, ace’ can be furniture, school exams or grades. AC can be a prefix, a root or a suffix and still refer to the Oak tree or grove. It can be other languages and still represent the oak because this is an ancient symbol. People and places are named for oak. The letter /A/ does not always represent Oak though in English it frequently does; in Babylon/Assyria, it represented ‘the Bull of Heaven’

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