Bucolic words leave solid and neat impacts on listener
Everything is very simple. We just don’t know the way to express things. Delusion or ambiguity is actually mutual misunderstanding. Unluckily feelings cannot be transfused organically and individuals have their own meanings of words always. At this point the logic becomes failed. A word which is used in same region, same community and same people, even among brothers has different meanings for each individual. For example the word “river” has different meanings for a house wife than a fisherman.
Logic is the branch of philosophy that deals with the theory of deductive and inductive arguments and aims to distinguish well from bad reasoning. It is not a tool to test the true or false. Every word of language has its special effect and this effect cannot be tested by 5 senses. No one can experiment the perceptions in laboratory. Suspicions among people are always due to delusions and ambiguities. People have always reservations in their daily life.
Obviously meanings do not depend upon logically correct sentences. They depend upon the mood, accent and intonation of speaker. They depend upon the time, situation and circumstances of conversation. There is no need to evidences that misinterpretations create clashes. In so for as the logic, can be utilize in scholars gentry but not among populace. I am not going to talk about the logic more. I just want to say that words have their different meanings under different circumstances.
How does a word come into existence? By origin it has no meaning. It becomes a meaningful word after long use, among people. In my opinion, 3 states generate a new word.
- Apparent structure state
- Voice structure state
- Narrative structure state
The word “crow” came into existence because of the raucous cry of crows. Near about all languages of the word name the crow due to his cry. For instance Persians name him “kawg”, Indian call him ” Kawwa” , Arabic say “Gharaab”, Germens say “Krahe” and so on. It is Voice structure state. Possibly some nations name him for his specific color. In this case we’ll say that the word was made firstly through apparent structure state. It is to be remembered that I am talking about the origin of the words. There are two major types of origins for a language’s words.
In bucolic origin of languages words are usually created by apparent structure state or voice structured state. Bucolic origin is pure. That is why bucolic words have solid effects. When a pure bucolic or pastoral word comes into existence, it has no meanings at that time. It is a simple Utterance but it has a very solid impression on the mind of listener. In contrast urban origin often has less effectiveness and leaves less impression of purity on the mind of listener, because urban origin is actually a hub of several bucolic or pastoral accents of the same word. Bucolic words often have some special sounds for special structures of states. Why don’t we think so that the word “huge” had come from such a source? Obviously it has an impression of a big thing. I often think that thousands of the words in languages have no need to mean or explain. I can do that.
I just imagine the meanings of other language’s words. Think about some words such as shout, shrill, shoot, shit, shake, rush, bush, shiny, harsh, shut up, push, dash and so on. All of these words have a sound of “sh” within them. This sound is mostly used in nature for sharp and harsh things. A shepherd who is a herder of sheep names the things without meanings. He just uses some combinations of sounds for a new thing according to the situation. Calm, cool, clear, color has the combination of 2 major sounds L and C. I have collected hundreds of the words from several languages and I have found out that not necessarily but often a specific combination of some sounds creates a new effect.
Certainly you can imagine the meanings without consulting the dictionary. I don’t claim that the meanings will be exact but they will tell definitely something about the actual nature of the word. On the other hand urban origin changes the “spiritual” and pure effect of the original word.
Yes of course, I dropped that intentionally because the topic was going to be lengthened.
1. Apparent structure state:
Naming things, objects or situations for their volumes, shapes, body structures or outlook
2. Voice structure state:
Naming things, objects or situations for their varieties of sounds
3. Narrative structure state: Naming things objects or situations for their conditions and the mere expression
In the sentence “I was shocked”, the word “shock” has come out from the source of narrative structure state. The word “shock” joined the English in mid of sixteenth century from French noun choc; it means an unforeseen, extreme, and upsetting occurrence that has an unexpected and powerful effect on somebody’s passions or bodily responses. Pyrexia, sweet, power, fresh, pleasant, grief had come from narrative structure state. They have a complete story behind them.
I respect logic but in this case I was just talking about the pure impact of a word which was created in its origin. It is something different from the logic or reasoning. It must be noticed that all the words are actually names of some objects or situations. Even a verb is also a name. The word “run” is a name of a state of running.
Did you ever think that the word “mother” or “mom” always have the sound of “m”? Why? Because when a child is in his mother’s bosom, he opens his lips first time and the severance of lips becomes a cause to make a new morpheme “mo” or “pa”. You can see in almost all of the world’s languages that the word for mother at all times has the sound of “m”. mom or mother in English, ummi in Arabic, mutter in German, mamma in Italian, mere in French, amma or ma in Hindi, Mather in Persian. I say that the word mom is the first word of a child. It is not for mom. It is just a sound, a meaningless sound.
A word is a component of language that takes sense, a special influence, impact, and become a cause to change things in real world without having their comprehensive meaning. It consists of one or more morphemes which are associated more or less firmly together and make a special sound effect for listener. Meaning is additional, it depends upon the situations. So, my topic is about mere impacts of worlds without meanings.
I presume that some combinations of sounds may affect some natural phenomenon as some people believe about music or mysticism.