With the previous posts, the universal (final) proof of this new etymology is, now, complete for the following three premises,
1. Premise one --- All (each and every) Chinese words (characters) are composed of from a set of word roots,
2. Premise two --- The meaning of all Chinese words can be read out from their faces,
3. Premise three --- The pronunciation of all Chinese words can be read out from their faces.
Universal proof --- for an arbitrary selected Chinese character, the three premises above are true and valid.
That is, you (the reader) can arbitrarily select a Chinese character, and it will be encompassed by the three premises above. This is, in fact, a challenge to the world to select a word arbitrarily for this universal proof.
Now, I will repeat the existential introduction and existential generalization with the following examples as the first step.
A. The existential introduction and existential generalization for the premises.
夠 (gòu, enough) = 多 (unlimited many) + 句 (a completed sentence or to end), to end the unlimited many means enough. 句 (gōu) is the explicit sound tag.
該 (gāi, should be or ought to) is 言 (speech or words) + 亥 (essence). The essential words are the words which should be obeyed. 亥 (hài) is the explicit sound tag.
睡 (shuì, sleep or sleepy) = 目 (eyes) + 垂 (droop or droopy). 垂 (chuí) is the explicit sound tag.
間 (jiān, gap) = 門 (door) over 日 (Sun), there is a gap when seeing Sunlight through the door. 見 (jiàn, seeing) is the implicit sound tag.
盲 (máng, blind) is 亡 (lost or dead) 目 (eyes), 忙 (máng, busy) is the implicit sound tag.
B. Most of the following words are parts of the mutated system. I am giving them out here as some tests for the readers.
1. 乎, 呼
2. 姊, 弟, 第
3. 前, 慈, 首
4. 叔, 椒
5. 卬, 迎 、 仰 、 抑 、 昂
6. 攸 , 絛 、 條 、 修 、 倏 、 悠 、 焂 、 筱 、 脩
Of course, you can always select a word of your own as the challenge for this universal proof.
Tienzen (Jeh-Tween) Gong