The source of the term "LEXICON" is Turkish

The source of the term "LEXICON" is Turkish

The term LEXICON, said to be from Greek LEXIKON, is defined as a book
containing an alphabetical arrangement of the words in a language,
with definition of each; a dictionary.

First of all, the letter "X" is a bogus letter designed to hide away
its true identity which in actuality is a disjointed combination of
letters "K" and "S" with or without vowels between them. With this in
mind, the Greek word becomes LEKSIKON.

LEKSIKON, when rewritten letter-by-letter, that is, after decrypting
it, as "KONESLIK", it becomes obvious that it is an anagram of Turkish
phrase "KONUShLIK" (konusluk, gonusluk where S=Sh, by another word
"sözlük") meaning "dictionary", that is, "a place (book) where words
with their definitions are arranged in an order". The word LEKSIKON
is made up with Turkish word "gonus/konus" meaning "word, speech,
elements of speaking" plus the Turkish suffix -LIK, -LUK. For
further insight on Turkish "GONUSh" or "KONUSh", see my previous
writing entitled "Source of "GNOSIS", "GNOSTICISM", ... is Turkish".

Truth searching linguists should examine the significance of this
revelation very carefully. I am sure they will eventually see the
light illuminating the fact that the words and phrases of Turkish
language have been abducted by way of anagrammatizing into so-called
Greek and all other Indo-European languages.

This word LEXICON once again makes the Turkish language as "BIRATA"
(PROTO) language contrary linguistic jargons. It also requires
rethinking about the "make up" and the source of the Greek and other
Indo-European languages.

Incidently, even the English term "ONCE" defined as "one time before,
one time, but once, one time previously" is nothing but the distorted
pronounciation of the Turkish word "ÖNCE" meaning "before, previously".

Best wishes to all,

Polat Kaya