In Any Language
If we say or write a primary word that means fire, water, air, earth, sun, moon, stars, etc. The symbols of the letters and the sounds will differ according to the language. But all those sounds and all those letters have a common meaning. The meaning does not change with the change in written symbols or spoken sounds.
However the word HUSBAND is not such a central word. What it meant at the time of the writing is not what we make it be today. Nor do we understand in the common place the words Baal and Baalah and Baalam and Baal-gad, Beulah etc.
To understand the meaning of any of the original text made up of words from many different languages written from 1845BC to 70AD requires looking at the word formation and its unique way of materilizing.
Often the layers of growth from a primitive root to the exact word being used, sheds great light upon what the intended meaning was. Each part of the growth is an extension of the primitive root.
Example, fire does not change to water. Water does not change to fire. They may interact and create another word, liquid water or steamy water or just steam. To say that ice is water is correct; but not always is water ice. If we are speaking or writing about ice and say it is water without clarifying which stage the water is in, we can make wrong assumptions.
If we translate white as a mountain and do not clarify it is mountain of ice, we make wrong assumptions. We might assume white rock when it fact it was snow and ice.
If we are speaking or writing about 2 hydrogen gases and 1 oxygen gas and we call it water without clarifying we mean the gas held together by energy bonds; then we make wrong assumptions.
Next blog will be a graphic depicting the primitive roots of husband and mistress ship well. We see there is only neutral and puncturedfemale words all coming out of the same primitive root BE MASTER. Has nothing to do with gender.
The word husband is buried and very rarely appears as the English word HUSBAND. Often married to other words which form a third word. In fact one of the words for husband is rendered married. Question is. What is married to what?