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Etymology and semantics of "will"

rupol2000

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I noticed that this root occurs in 3 different meanings, meaning the evil, desire and willpower. And besides, it forms the future tense.

There is no doubt that this root originated precisely from the meaning of evil, hence the words villain and violence, and the word evil itself with this root.
In the meaning of willpower, it looks unnatural because willpower is associated with heroism and courage, and desire is associated with swinishness.

What was the original semantics of this word?
Why did it begin to form the grammatical form of the future?
And why did "will" replace "shell" in English?
 
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There is a correspondence between the words will in Slavic, this is "wolya".

In the Vedic, the evil demon-serpent Valu, this is obviously an analogue of Vritra.

Hair is an area of power is "volost".

The very word power(govern) in Slavic also has this root.

The Slavic god Veles is the equivalent of the Vritra / Valu snake.

The god Baal was apparently a Semitic deity before Yahvism.

There is connection
 
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In some cases, it is associated with a bull, and even the bull itself is called in the Slavic "Vol", and also eng "bull" but it seems that these are late forgeries.

In real artefacts i don't see it. This is the father of the Baals

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perhaps the word "bull" came later and was named from the reverse influence in the sense of strength
 
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Basically, the Baals are depicted as people, I have not found any bulls at all.

By the way, the god El, the father of one of the Baals, is just the basis of the root of the words Allah and Eloh / Elohim, the Abrahamic supreme gods.
the word Baal itself seems also contain this root
 
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most likely the Christian authorities simply changed this word, as happened with the word devil (which is where the contradiction with "divine" arose)
 

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What we need to do is compress that down into one concise post.

Be back in 30 to check on your progress.

Thanks.
 

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