But unto you that fear my name shall the Sun of righteousness arise with healing in his wings; and ye shall go forth, and grow up as calves of the stall.
— Malachi 4:2

Adjective

From Middle English: sound, sund, isund, ȝesund, from Old English: sund, ġesund ‎(“sound, safe, whole, uninjured, healthy, prosperous”), from Proto-Germanic: *gasundaz,*sundaz ‎(“healthy”), from Proto-Indo-European: *sunt-, *swent- ‎(“vigorous, active, healthy”).  Cognate with Scots: sound, soun ‎(“healthy, sound”), Saterland Frisian: suund, gesuund ‎(“healthy”), West Frisian: sûn ‎(“healthy”), Dutch: gezond ‎(“healthy, sound”), Low German: sund, gesund ‎(“healthy”), German: gesund ‎(“healthy, sound”), Danish: sund ‎(“healthy”), Swedish: sund ‎(“sound, healthy”), Irish: fétaid ‎(“to be able”).  Related also to Dutch: gezwind ‎(“fast, quick”), German: geschwind ‎(“fast, quick”), Old English: swīþ‎ (“strong, mighty, powerful, active”).

Noun

From Middle English: sownde, alteration of sowne, from Anglo-Norman: sun, soun; Old French: son, from accusative of Latin: sonus.

From Middle English: sound, sund; from Old English: sund ‎(“the power, capacity, or act of swimming; swimming; sea; ocean; water; sound; strait; channel”), from Proto-Germanic: *sundą ‎(“swimming; sound”), from Proto-Indo-European: *swem- ‎(“swimming; sea”).  Cognate with Dutch: sond ‎(“sound; strait”), Danish: sund ‎(“sound; strait; channel”), Swedish: sund ‎(“sound; strait; channel”), Icelandic: sund ‎(“sound; strait; channel”)

Verb

Middle English: sounden, from Old French: sonder, from sonde ‎(“sounding line”) of Germanic origin, compare Old English: sundgyrd ‎(“a sounding rod”), sundline ‎(“a sounding line”), Old English: sund ‎(“water", "sea”)

Let's recap real quick.  As we can see, sound as an adjective means "safe, whole, uninjured, healthy, prosperous, vigorous, active, to be able, quick, fast, strong, mighty and powerful".  As a noun, it means "swimming, sea, ocean, water, strait and channel".  As a verb, "sounding line, water and sea".

It's quite interesting to see "water, sun and son" as literal origins.  If you've read our previous posts, you'll remember that everything is water, water is life and all water comes from and is Big Amma Mama, the celestial Queen of the entire universe and creator of the all.  Suns/Sons are what her children (creations) are titled as well.  A son is definitely what his mother is since he comes from her womb so seeing that sun/son = water makes complete and utter sense.  Hydrogen means "birthed from water" and the physical sun is composed of mostly hydrogen.  I'm just saying...

Healthy was mentioned a bunch of times as a meaning of sound; let's peruse further.

Healthy

Adjective

Health + y

Old English: hælþ "wholeness, a being whole, sound or well," from Proto-Germanic: *hailitho, from Proto-Indo-European: *kailo- "whole, uninjured, of good omen" (cf. Old English: hal "hale, whole;" Old Norse: heill "healthy;" Old English: halig, Old Norse: helge "holy, sacred;" Old English: hælan "to heal"). With Proto-Germanic abstract noun suffix *-itho (see -th (2)). Of physical health in Middle English, but also "prosperity, happiness, welfare; preservation,safety."

From Middle English: helthe, from Old English: hǣlþ, ultimately from West Proto-Germanic: *hailiþō, from Proto-Germanic: *hailaz ‎(“whole, hale”).

Whole

Adjective

From Middle English: hool ‎(“healthy, unhurt, whole”), from Old English: hāl ‎(“healthy, safe”), from Proto-Germanic: *hailaz ‎(“whole, safe, sound”) (compare West Frisian: hiel, Low German: heel/heil, Dutch: heel, German: heil, Danish: hel), from Proto-Indo-European: *kóh₂ilus ‎(“healthy, whole”) (compare Welsh: coel ‎(“omen”), Breton: kel ‎(“omen, mention”), Old Prussian: kails ‎(“healthy”), Albanian: gjallë ‎(“alive, unhurt”), Old Church Slavonic: цѣлъ ‎(cělŭ, “healthy, unhurt”).  Related to hale, health, hail, and heal.

Old English: hal "entire, unhurt, healthy," from Proto-Germanic: *khailaz "undamaged" (cf. Old Saxon: hel, Old Norse: heill, Old Frisian: hal, Middle Dutch: hiel, Dutch: heel, Old High German, German: heil "salvation, welfare"), from Proto-Indo-European: *koilas (cf. Old Church Slavonic: celu "whole, complete"

Holy

From Middle English: holi, hali, from Old English: hāliġ, hāleġ ‎(“holy, consecrated, sacred, venerated, godly, saintly, ecclesiastical”), from Proto-Germanic: *hailagaz ‎(“holy, bringing health”), from Proto-Germanic: *hailaz ‎(“healthy, whole”), from Proto-Indo-European: *kóh₂ilus ‎(“healthy, whole”), equivalent to whole +‎ -y. Cognate with Scots: haly ‎(“holy”), West Frisian: hillich ‎(“holy”), Low German: hillig ‎(“holy”), Dutch: heilig ‎(“holy”), German: heilig ‎(“holy”), Danish: hellig ‎(“holy”), Swedish: helig ‎(“holy”)

Whoa, who knew the origins of sound was profound.  All in all, sound traces back to mean "made to be of service for The Most High(s)".  The Most High business model is love, truth, peace, freedom and justice aka Righteous Only.  Christ was the physical manifestation of sound, as was/is every being that came/comes back into this realm to show people The Way to eternal life.  Sound is LIFE and the light around the body is a SYMBOL of one being IN FULL LIFE by the letter of the LAW.  Hence, why you see old paintings of saints with a glow around their head/body.

Sound is water, sound is the sun, sound is the essence of Amma Mama within, sound is YAH light shining bright Forever Out Here™.

Be sound.

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