In some languages there is a lingustic relationship between "peace" and "tame." Read more here on the Raising Consciouness Now Blog https://www.raisingconsciousnessnow.com/single-post/2019/02/06/Tame-Peace and download a free copy of Awakenings: Peace Dictionary, Language, and the Mind, a Daily Brain Health Program on Feb 14. Tame the Love and Share your thoughts?
Peace in Kongo
Kongo or Koongo (kng)—"Kikœndi" (friendship friendliness intimacy, peace), "Ngemba" (peace, friendship, intimacy), "Bunda e Yongo" (peace), "Bunda e ngemba" (to make peace renew friendship spoken of two or three people only), "Luve" (peace, truce), "Vuvama" (safety tranquillity quiet peace), "Eyangala" (gladness joy contentment peace quiet happiness bliss delight rejoicing comfort), "Eyangi" (a peaceful happy contented joyous), "Lembama" (to be tame meek gentle assuaged appeased demure civil calm quiet docile humble to be at peace to lull abate), "Pi i" (is often much prolonged peace quiet tranquillity silence calm), "Butama" (to be quiet silent to abstain from making a noise or disturbance to be at peace), "Moyo", "Moyou", "Kuluka" or "Bwa" (to be calm free from anxiety at peace at rest in one's mind content resigned be composed), "Nguba" (dia e nguba akuluka omu tulu (Proverb), to eat without fear or anxiety, to be in peaceful circumstances) or "Nlekoko" (a moyo or ntima - the absence of all impatience, patience, peace, to be released) —Congo.
Peace in Aramaic
Jewish Aramaic, Judeo-Aramaic (jud)—"Mšyn / "mǝšayyan" (peace-loving; tame), "Mšynˀyt" (peacefully, in tranquility), "Mšynw, Mšynwtˀ, Mǝšayyənū, Mǝšayyənūṯā" (making peace), "Mšynn, Mǝšayyənān, Mǝšayyənānā" (peacemaker; peaceful), "Mštyn, Meštayyan" (peaceful, reconciled), "Sḥy" (to be calm), "Rkykˀyt, Rakkīḵāˀīṯ" (softly, calmly), "Rmysw, Rmyswtˀ, Rmīsū, Rmīsūṯā (calmness), "šdk" (to be calm)—Middle East.
Peace in Tiriki
Tiriki—"Khuhonjeritsa (quiet, soothe, calm, tame, make peace, pacify) Mulembe (peace, a common greeting) —Abaluyia of Western Kenya.
Peace in Wanga
Wanga—"Omulembe" (peace), "Okhuhotseresia" (quiet, soothe, calm, tame, make peace, pacify)—Abaluyia of Western Kenya.
Peace in Abaluhya
Abaluhya, Baluhya, or Abaluyia—"Omulembe" (peace) or "Amani" (peace)—Kenya.
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