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Offline TheAfterLife

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Hmong History
« on: October 10, 2017, 04:57:14 PM »
https://www.hmongism.org/hmong-history

The name, "Hmong" comes from Sichuan/Swj Tsaus since our people came from there. Guo Xiong/Amaot/Mo/Meng are the same people. I notice Miao did derived from those Altaic tribes since that name came from Manchurians. I notice about Manchurian's DNA is that they weren't Chinese back then. They have their own written language and the way they sound is a lot similar to Mongolian and Korean. Although, they conquered most of Asia, which includes Korea, I don't know why Hmong people are not hating on the Manchurians for giving them that name.

Miao came from the Manchurians, not the Han people before the Han raped the Manchurians for desolating their lands in blood and fire. At least they lost their language and we didn't.



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Re: Hmong History
« Reply #1 on: March 25, 2018, 11:37:25 PM »
This is not true.

The name Hmoob came from the word hmoov. In our creation myth, Puj Saub and Yawm Saub used hmoov to create the first human being. These human beings called themselves Hmoob. So technically Hmoob means human being.

Look carefully at the relationship between the consonants and vowels, and then how the tone indicator changes the word.
Hm = consonant
oo = vowel
b = tone indicator

hmoo <-luck
hmoob
hmoom
hmood
hmooj
hmoov <-dust
hmoos
hmoog


Technically there should be 8 words for each consonant + vowel combo, but considering how often we fled from the Chinese we eventually lost some. Example below we have more:

sau <-write
saub <-prophet
saum <-high above
saud
sauj
sauv <-right above you
saus <-sink to bottom
saug

tse
tseb <-scatter
tsem <-bark like a dog
tsed
tsej
tsev - home
tses
tseg - stop

Notice how we have so many missing words?



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Re: Hmong History
« Reply #2 on: March 30, 2018, 06:09:16 AM »
That must be what Christians called God.

The Christian God created his first two Hmong by using soil or dirt from the ground, too. Similar to ashes.

But I heard there were three brothers who had gone into battle and got separated and lost for years until they reunited decades later.They then realized it was their luck or fortune to have been reunited as Three, so they called their people (now us) the  Our/Three Lucks--Peb Hmoov.  Over the years, that pitch got heightened to Hmoob and turned into Hmong in English and French, plus maybe German.

This is not true.

The name Hmoob came from the word hmoov. In our creation myth, Puj Saub and Yawm Saub used hmoov to create the first human being. These human beings called themselves Hmoob. So technically Hmoob means human being.

Look carefully at the relationship between the consonants and vowels, and then how the tone indicator changes the word.
Hm = consonant
oo = vowel
b = tone indicator

hmoo <-luck
hmoob
hmoom
hmood
hmooj
hmoov <-dust
hmoos
hmoog


Technically there should be 8 words for each consonant + vowel combo, but considering how often we fled from the Chinese we eventually lost some. Example below we have more:

sau <-write
saub <-prophet
saum <-high above
saud
sauj
sauv <-right above you
saus <-sink to bottom
saug

tse
tseb <-scatter
tsem <-bark like a dog
tsed
tsej
tsev - home
tses
tseg - stop

Notice how we have so many missing words?



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Re: Hmong History
« Reply #3 on: June 27, 2018, 10:53:48 AM »
Hmong are human beings. The origin of where human beings started out in Africa and migrated to different parts of the world, then started their own history, such as Hmong history and the history of illegal immigrants.



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