We provide informations about human culture of prehistoric times
Scientists tell us that it could have been 1 million years ago or
earlier, when humans were first making fire by rubbing pieces of dry
Soon after – nobody knows when – they supposed to articulate their
sensation of shivering by telling others “FÁZOM” <faazom> = I feel
cold (figuratively: I am handling wood or looking for wood) in
Hungarian and only in that language (??) (Dénes Kiss)
FA means wood in Hungarian.
Nature builds every living creature organically. It starts with a
kernel, which extends like a
fractal (1,1) obeying strong rules.
Early humans were living very close with nature in an “organic
culture”. Sometimes - in distant past – humans decided to create a
language to use for science and to express their metaphysical views.
Living “close to Nature”, they may have been predestined to do so.
These very intelligent people did not spend their time on fake words
Clear rules were set: Divide the universe, as we perceive it,
adequately into well separable parts. Name every part suitably and
make a sign for it. These names and signs should not be mixed up
easily. Just the particular assigned „primordial root” should name
everything belonging to one specific part of the universe, nothing
else. The Universe - like a cake - was cut into around 20 different
slices. For further specification other roots or words are given -
“glued on”- to the “sense-giving” primordial roots and the agglutinating “proto-nostratic language“ was born.
No language can become organically built and clearly agglutinating
if not “somebody” sets the rules for it “artificially” at the very
beginning. The once chosen primordial roots build a closed system,
which did not change since the dawn of Humanity.
However, several cultures lost their vicinity to Nature and Universe
during the long time of history, therefore they lost the original
sense of language-creation, they rather inclined to molding and
cleverness instead; and the word-building - not based on the
primordial roots - started.
See: Csaba Varga “The Living Language of the Stone Age” (The
“proto-nostratic” language of Eurasia)().
COMPARING HUNGARIAN LANGUAGE WITH OTHER LANGUAGES:
Mario Alinei: Etrusco: Una forma arcaica di ungherese, Il
Fríg publisher 2003.
The Living Language of the Stone Age (the
proto-nostratic language of Eurasia), Frig publisher 2003.
Csaba Varga: “Ancient Greek = ancient Csango dialect of the
Fríg publisher 2006.
Maria Dietrich: A szumér kérdés megoldása, “Solving the
Fríg publisher 2010.
Szentkatolnai Bálint Gábor: “Tamil (Dravidic) studies,
Hungarian-Tamil etymological dictionary“, Frig publisher 2005.
Katona István: ”Comparison of Old-Hebrew and Hungarian
Dr. Tóth Alfred: “Comparison of Hungarian, Sumerian and Hebrew
words” (On the Internet)
Csõke Sándor: “The relation of the Quechua and Uralic
Buenos Aires 1969.
Ferenczi Enikõ: New Interpretation of the Ethnic Name
“Scythian” and its Significance to the Etymology of the
Csaba Varga: “The English
language from the Hungarian view",
2007 Fríg publisher
10) COMPARING TWELVE LANGUAGES with HUNGARIAN:
Csaba Varga: “Our Words from the
Past”, Frig publisher 2010,
It is the convincing proof of the proto-nostratic language.