גלם shoresh family

The גלם shoresh family is a family of roots situated around gimel, lamed and mem. Its gematria is 73.

גלם shoresh root

The גלם shoresh root pertains to cloaks, concealment, folding and deception; and golems and bodies. It’s related to the Sleep element. (Lack form, shapeless, enwrap, be alone)

Subjects: Clumsy/awkward golem, fetus, embryo, glumacea grass, one-glumed hardgrass, Harsh Gallam interpreter, Galman interpreter, Crude chrysalis/pupa/larva,
Verbs: To Wrap (garment) and fold (Qal), Embodiment? (Qal) (Create golem? Golem body?)
Objects: Unformed substance, wrapped mantle or tunic (clothing or gown), glume (chaff)
Manners: Formless

Other Semitic meanings

Arabic: Cut off
Syriac: Uncultivated soil, short cloak
Assyrian/Babylonian: Overcoat

Cognates: Lack form/value כלם

גמל shoresh root

The גמל shoresh root is connected to payment (usually debt or rewards or benefits), compensation or doing something to someone, accomplishment or deed, requital; first fruits, ripening, development, maturation and legumes; and camel riding and a humped “rewarding cow” like the zebu; breasts; and the letter Gimel.

The shoresh is tied to the Taste element, the BLE and CRE, counterattacks and tactics that affect both the doer and the recipient, and beasts and plants.

Subjects: Weaned child, camel, Gaml, benefactor, Rewarding Cow, Gemalli (name), Gamliel (name), Gamul (name)
Verbs: Render/Recompense/do to/show (Qal), Ripen/wean (mature) (Qal), Ride camel (Pi’el), complete(?)
Objects: Gimel
Places: Beit Gamul
Manners: Reciprocal, very large

Other Semitic meanings

Aramaic: Requite, do, benefit
Arabic: Collect, be beautiful, act decently
Tigrinia: Have thick foliage
Akkadian: Requite, be easy on, complete

Cognates: Provide/deny sustenance: קמל

לגם shoresh root

The לגם shoresh root is connected to the taste of a mouthful of drink. It’s connected to the Taste and Water elements. (Absorb)

Subject: Pine tree
Verbs:
Swallow/sip (Qal)
Objects: Draft

מגל shoresh root

The מגל shoresh root is connected to pus. It’s connected to the Smell and Life/Death element, as well as attacks that limit LIF.

Subjects: Pustule
Verbs: Fester (Pi’el)
Objects: Pus
Manners: Purulent

Combined entities

Subjects: Pustule
Verbs: Fester (Pi’el)
Objects: Pus
Times:
Places:
Manners: Purulent

Ciphers

Atbash: יכר
Albam: אבן
Akhbi: טשת
Gematria (73): אבע, החס