Parasztember wrote:EN- Hungarian ÉN (means I- personal pronoun)
KI- Hungarian KI (Who)
UR-Hungarian UR (Lord)
IS- Hungarian IS(too, also)
NI- Hungarian NI (look!)
AR- Hungarian ÁR (flood,and in old hungarian: people)
VAN- Hungaran VAN (is)
LU- Hungarian LÓ, LÚ (horse, sacrificed animal)
GAL- Hungarian GÁL (king)
EG- Hungarian ÉG (sky)
IG- Hungarian IG (up)
AG- Hungarian ÁG (branch)
TI- Hungarian TI (means you- personal pronoun)
EN: most often, "lord" or "governor." 1sg personal pronoun in Sumerian is "ĝae"
KI: this means "place", "earth" or "city" in Sumerian. Sumerian interrogative is "aba"
UR: this means either "dog" or "man." In most cases it means "dog", and it means "man" (apparently) only when it's a part of a personal name compound. "Lord" in Sumerian is again, "en", "ensi" or "nin."
NI: there are several homophones pronounced "ni" in Sumerian, none of which means "look." There are several words which mean "look" in Sumerian, most of which are compound verbs with the nominal element "igi" (eye).
AR: again, there are several homophones written/pronounced either as "ar" or "ara," meaning "praise, grind, ruin, official, times", etc. Sumerian word for "people" is "uĝ"
VAN: I don't even need to look this up. V doesn't exist in Sumerian.
LU: there are many homophones, but most common meaning is either "abundance" or "person." None of the homophones mean "horse", which is "dur", "kab" or "sisi" depending on the kind of horse.
GAL: this doesn't mean "king", it only means "big, large, great." I give you that, it could very well be a part of the word "lugal", which does mean "king." Some people believe "lugal" is "lu+gal", but it could very well be a Sumerian folk etymology.
IG/EG mean "door" and "reeve" in Sumerian. While it's tricky to find an exact equivalent of something like "up" in Sumerian, the word for "sky, heaven" is "an."
AG: this doesn't exist in Sumerian. "aga" means "axe" and "ak" means "to do." Pick what you want, but it doesn't mean "branch," which is "pa" or "il."
TI: "ti" or "til" in Sumerian means "life." 2nd person pronoun is "zae" in Sumerian.
Do a little bit of dictionary work, and you'll find out that none of your supposed cognates mean anything remotely close in Sumerian.
Neither Sumerian nor Akkadian was more complex or sophisticated than each other. Further, Sumerian was not the first human language, it was only the first "written" language. No ancient language is primitive compared to modern languages, and your remark on Sumerian civilization is actually fucking pissing me off....so why don't you just SHUT THE FUCK UP, FIND SOME SUMERIAN PORN AND GO WANK YOURSELF?