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             ON THE CAUSE OF STAMMERING
 
 That the English word...
 
STAMMER derives from the Germanic root...
STAM- meaning both to...
.......TO STUTTER and STAMMER, with considerable
...............................phonetic parallel to the
...............................Proto-Indo-European root

STEIP- TO STICK and COMPRESS, referencing in articulation
..............................both a...
ST............................= ST/ICKING
.T............................= T/ONGUE and the...
...MP.........................= CO/MP/RESSING LI/P/S of
................................the...
...M..........................= M/OUTH, not only gives
................................further clue to the cause
................................of...
ST............................= ST/UTTERING, expressed
................................by articulatory
................................reference in names to a
ST............................= ST/ICKING
.T............................= T/ONGUE (as we found in
................................the last section) but 
................................also to the cause of...
...M..........................= STA/MM/ERING, as by
................................contrasting imprinting
................................and selecting references
................................in names to a bilabially
...MP.........................= CO/MP/RESSING
...M..........................= M/OUTH, which was
................................suggested in the last
................................section by having noted
................................that the person with the
................................most famous disorder of
................................speech in history, the 
................................Greek orator...
 
DEMOS/THEN/ES of....
.....ATHENAE  in ATTICA, not only had reinforcingly
.........................self-identifying references to a
.....AT..........AT......= AT/OMISTICALLY
....S.T.....S.....TTIC...= STICK/ING
......TH............IC...= TH/ICK/ENED
......T..N........TT.C...= TONGUE, as to its...
......T..........ATT.....= AT/OMISTICALLY
....S.T..N..S.....TT.....= S/ENSIT/IVE TI/P, to account
...........................for his...
....S.T...........TT.....= STUTTER, but also now to a...
D........................=
 D/OWNWARDLY
..M......................= CO/M/PRESSING
..MOSTH..................= MOSTH (MOUTH),
...........................thereby comparing both parts
...........................of the Germanic root
..M.ST...................= ST/AM- TO STUTTER, STAMMER

However controversial it may prove, this may also have been the case for the first person in recorded history with a self-proclaimed disorder of speech, as his own words are often interpreted:
 
"I am slow of speech, and of a slow tongue," as if...
 
SLOW OF SPEECH = STAMMER and...
SLOW TONGUE = STUTTER
 
...not named...
 
DEMOSTHENES, but of considerable parallel...
..MOS////ES

Is this random chance, or more evidence of how like self-identifying given names (as to their phonetic form) upon being heard from birth, even at the maternal breast,
imprint the same articulatory, and therefore also sensorimotor, areas of the brain, as to articulatory effect?
 
All of this, and much more, is also related to the expression of Moses' genius, but just for now we might note
again how...

DEMOSTHENES living in the region of...
............ATTICA would have imprintedly reinforced his
....ST.......TTIC..= STICK/ING
.....TH......THIC..= THICKENED
.....T..N..........= TON/GUE to a...
....ST.......T.....= ST/UTT/ER more than a...
D.M.S..............= S/TAM/MER

...and...

..MOSES living in the region of EGYPT, or...
........KEMET would have imprintedly reinforced, if there
..............were no other names, or name parts,
..............involved (and this is by no mean certain
..............as the Egyptian name MOSES means BORN OF,
..............and is usually preceded by the name of
..............and Egyptian god, as for RAMESES (RA + MOSES)
..............a...
..M.....K.M...= COM/PRESSING
..M.......M.T.= M/OUTH
..M.......M...= STA/MM/ER more than a...
....S.S.K...T.= ST/ICK/ING
............T.= T/ONGUE
....S.S.....T.= STUTTER, which has much to do with why the
................German Jewish philosopher...

..MOSES MENDELSSOHN, b. DESSAU, may, even more likely,
................................have...
..M.S.S.M.....SS........D.SS....= ST/AMM/ERERED more than
....S.S.......SS........D.SS....= S/T/UTTERED, especially
..................................as the combinational
......S.M.......................= /S-M/ here, even 
..................................preceded by a second
....S...........................= /S/
....S.S.M.......................= SM/ASHES, as it were,
..................................or even...
....S.S.M.......................= SM/EARS (SEE below)
..................................the lips of the...
..M.....M.......................= M/OUTH
..M.....M.......................= CO/M/PRESSIVELY
..................................together...

...and so enough evidence in this equally telling name
to refute Mendelssohn's contention that the cause of his disorder, or disorders, of speech were mainly psychological, if not solely - although there is a psychological component to such disorders of speech, even to the use of the term communication disorder in its place; yet it is the phonetic forms that mostly cause the psychological, rather than the psychological mostly causing the sensorimotor effects.

Psychological and motor (even emotional) effects even of a kind that plagued the family (SEE further under Mania and Depression) of the  author...
 
W. SOMERSET MAUGHAM, whose own earlier study of medicine
.....................never gave him a clue as to
.....................why his
familial surname would have
.....................both
selected for, and reinforcedly
.....................imprinted, such effect, including
.....................to what he insisted for himself
.....................was not a...
...S..ERS.T..........= STUTTER, but again a....
...S.MERS.T.MA...AM..= STAMMER, reinforced by the double
............M.....M..= /M/ of his surname, if not also
.......................the terminal /M/ of given name
.......................WILLIA/M, all in all suggestive
.......................of the latter part of the root...
...S.M..S.T.MA...AM..= STAM-, differentially related to...
...S.MERS.T.MA...AM..= STAMMERING
 
Given what we have so far found, we even have a right to
speculate that a stammer, and not a stutter, for MAUGHAM would have been reinforced by his self-identifying birth, not in England, but in...
 
PARIS, FRANCE, with its English pronunciation
...............differentially reinforcing...
P.R.S..........= PRESS/ING (and so COM/PRESS/ING)
.......FR......= FR/ICTIVELY with the...
P.R.S..........= PURS/ED LI/P/S

And we would be quite wrong not to ascribe a further, and continuing, effect of the phonetic form of what would have been his forever remembered, and reciprocally reinforcing (as by selective attention) birthplace within PARIS, FRANCE, of the...

BRITISH EMBASSY, as to the...
B.........B......= B/ILA/B/IALLY and
BR...SH...B.SS...= PURS/EDLY
.........MB......= CO/MP/RESSED lips of the...
.........M.......= M/OUTH
 
As to the place that gave us the most famous, or rather
most notorious, individual with a stammer from past history....
 
ROMA, with a name unlike ATHENAE with its distinct..
..........................T..N....= TON/GUE references,
....................................references
....................................instead a...
RO.................................= RO/UNDED, .....................................potentially
.....................................pursing-pressing,
.....................................again...
..M................................= CO/M/PRESSING M/OUTH
 
...we find the equally telling name of one...
 
...BALBUS BLAESIUS, placed on exhibit because he more...
...BALB...BL........= BABBLED than spoke - in part because
......................he shared the gens name of a
......................notable
Roman family, not...
......................CLAUDIUS, with its potential for a
......................CL/UT/TER (SEE last section) but
...BALBUS...........= BALBUS, meaning "stammerer,"
......................likely because its founding
......................member stammered and was given
......................this as byname, and so if from
......................this family possibly even
......................inheriting some of the genetic
......................potential for his reinforced...
...B.LB...BL........= BALABIAL
...B.LB...BL........= B-BL/OCKING (BLOCKING) to a stammer
......................that became as a...
...B.LB...BL........= BABBLE, whether or not reinforced by
......................selection of cognomen, of another
......................Roman family whose name means 
..........BLAESIUS..= BLAESIUS: LIS/P (see next section)
......................if we might imagine selection from
......................both families, reinforced by imprint.
 
Not to speculate too greatly, because there have also been
other claims as to the cause of the kind of...

...BA/////BBLING that is said to have occurred in ancient
...BA/////BYLON, but we should not ignore the articulatory
.................references here, as well, to a potential
.................for...
...B......B.L...= BILABIAL and...
............L.N.= LIN/GUAL
...B......B.LO..= B-BLO/CKING 
 
And, in fact, a potential that is suggested additionally by the name of famed chemist...
 
.ROBERT   BOYLE, though possibly without recognizing
.................the meaningful coincidence of his, and
.................his family's, surname to the word...
..........BOYLE..= BOIL, suggestive of a process that
.................gives rise to the 
gasses he formulated
.................laws for, and 
even less so why he, in
.................contrast to 
his scientific colleague...
.................ISAAC NEWTON b. WOOLSTHORPE, with a
..................S..C....T..........ST....= STICKING
......................................T..RP= TRIP/PING
........................EW.......WOO.......= CIRCUMFLEXLY
......................................TH...= THICKENED
..................S.......T..........ST..R.= STUTTERING
..........................TON..............= TONGUE,
.............................................instead...
 
...B......B..L...= BIL/AB/IAL/LY
...B.R...........= PR/ESSED, as with...
.RO..............= RO/UNDED or...
...B.R...........= PUR/SED mouth, to...
...B......BO.L...= BLO/CKING (or B-BL/OCKING) 
..............................on the initial syllables
..............................of sentences, reinforced
..............................here, we now have a
..............................right to speculate, by his
..............................own self-identifying birth
..............................in a place named, with
..............................phonetic correlation...
 
...................BLA/CK/WATER VALLEY, with the...
...................BLA/CK/WATER RIVER running through
......................................his town of...
 
...LISMORE, which a differently named person might have
............had reinforced to...
...LIS......= LIS/PING, except here, with these
......MO....= MO/UTH references, to reinforce a kind of
......MOR...= CO/MPR/ESSIVE
.....SM.R...= SMEAR/ING (compare /SM/ above) from the root
.....SM.....= SME- TO SMEAR, as to a compressing of the...
...LISM.....= LIPS, as does the root...
.....SM.....= SMEI- TO SMILE, and even...
.....SM.....= SMEUG- TO SMOKE, which then gives clue to
..............why a place in the U.S. parallelingly named
.....SM.R...= SMYRNA produced two of the U.S,'s most famous
..............individuals with a stammerer, the acting
..............brother and sister,
not surnamed...
 
.ROBERT (as to compare BOYLE) but....
.ROBERTS, the least affected
..........JULIA, unless we consider the effect of such
..........references on the musculature of her lips, and
..........the most effected...

..........ERIC, with a given name further referencing
..........ER....= "ER" hesitation in speech, if not also
.......................again in combination to...
..OB.R.......C..= BR/O/CK/ING (BLOCKING)
 
We should even note that...
 
.ROBERT BOYLE, from LISMORE in...
........B//LACKWATER........might have had his
...B....B..L................= BILAB/IALLY
...B....BO.L.CK.............= BLOCK/ING
...B.R................S.....= PR/ESS/ING
......................SM.R..= SMEAR/ING
.......................MO...= MO/UTH further reinforced
..............................by
self-identification with
..............................Ireland's even more famous
..............................capital of...
 
......DUB//L/IN, given its own collective potential for
......DU.........= DOW/NWARD
........B..L.....= BIL/ABIAL P/RESSING to...
........B........= P/URSING, even P/OETIZING, also to
........B..L.....= BL/OCKING, if not also to...

...........L.IN..= LIN/GUISTIC
......D..........= D/IVI/D/ING, as for the Dublin-born
................................playwright and
................................poet, himself a
................................stammerer, tellingly
................................named once again...
 
........BRENDAN BEHAN, also with references, even double
.......................initial references, to...
........B.......B......= B/ILA/B/IALLY
........BR.............= PR/ESSING
............D.N........= DOWN, and so giving further
.........................clue to Dublin-born
.........................Anglo-Irish author, herself a
.........................stammerer...
 
...ELIZABETH    BOWEN, whether or not ever called...
........BETH....BOWEN, still with the potential to have
.......................been reinforced in DUBLIN and
.......................with ELIZABETH to...
....L..AB..............= LAB/IAL or...
....L..AB.......B......= BI/LAB/IAL
....L...B.......B......= B-B/L/OCKING, or...
 
...stammer, which she not only insisted is what she had, rather than a stutter (the two terms misleadingly
used now almost interchangeably) but further claimed
that those with a stammer, such as herself, represent an entirely different class of people than those with a stutter, as recounted in the book Knotted Tongues by even more tellingly named...
 
........BENSON  BOBRICK, at the same time claiming a
.........................stammer instead of a
.........................stutter by describing his
 own
........B.......B.B......= BILAB/IAL
........B.......B.BR.CK..= B-B-BR/OCK/ING ("BLOCKING")
 
Yet again without recognizing the even greater number of repeating bilabializing /B/s in his name than BOWEN's, let alone BEHAN's, let alone for ERIC ROBERTS, let alone for all the others we have considered so far (in contrast to the sticking tongue references we have found for those with a stutter).
 
It is most unfortunate - or tragic if we consider there are upwards to 70,000,000 individuals worldwide who suffer, often inordinately, from disorders of speech - that those who write on the subject, including researchers, often sufferers themselves, cannot recognize such palpable references in their names, let alone those they write about, as to causation.
 
We may guess the same for researchers...
 
........BENJAMIN BOGUE of the MICHIGAN SCHOOL OF
.......................STAMMERING,
.......................or in England before him...
........BENJAMIN BEASLEY (of the BEASLEY METHOD), even the
..........................researcher
........BRYNG    BRYNGELSON

Contrast the names of famous researchers who stuttered, as

........CHARLES VAN RIPER (compare DARWIN and DODGSON)

........JOCK CARLISLE (Tangled Tongues) as with
................L..L...= L/INGUA
.........OCK.C..L..L...= L/OCK/ED

........WENDELL JOHNSON (Because I Stutter) as to...
.........EN........N..N..= I/NN/ER
..........ND.......N..N..= T/ON/GUE or...
.............LL..........= L/INGUA
................J........= CAT/CH/ING, if not also...
........W.ND.............= WIND/ING
........W..D.............= T/W/ISTING,
.........EN........N..N..= I/N a...
........W................= CIRC/U/MCOMPRESSING mouth

And certainly the speech therapist - or rather actor turned elocutionist -
 
........LIONEL LOGUE never recognized the articulatory,
.....................or phonetic, references in his own
.....................name to the "continuant"
.....................(not sticking or blocking) initial
........L......L.....= /L/s, and even a third /L/ to the
........L..N.L.L.G...= LINGUA relative to the
..........O.....O....= WH/O/LE of the mouth, as in...
........L.L.EL.LOGU..= ELOCU/TION
 
...nor recognized the articulatory, or phonetic, references in the name of his famous patient...
 
........GEORGE VI (the subject of the play and film
...................The King's Speech) found along with
...................EDWARD VII on lists of famous
..............................stammerers, as opposed to
..............................the two STUART kings on
..............................lists of STUTTERERS
 
Not recognized because GEORGE was not the original imprinting name of this English king, and EDWARD was not the original imprinting name of the other English king with a stammer.
 
But instead GEORGE VI, as suggested by what this therapist insisted upon calling him (still not recognizing the phonetic relationship), was originally...
 
........ALBERT and called BERTIE, which even if you
..................................never saw the film or
..................................play, but have paid
..................................close attention here,
..................................brings us back to
..................................articulatory reference
..................................to...
........ALB.......................= LAB/IAL, or...
........ALB...............B.......= BI/LAB/IAL,
..........BR..............B.R.....= PUR/SING, or...
..........BR..............B.R.....= PR/ESSING, again from
....................................time at 
the original
..........BERT............BERT....= BREA/S/T, to the
....................................potential for...
........ALB...............B.......= BI/LAB/IAL
..........B.R.............B.R.....= PR/ESSING to...
.........LB...............B.......= B-B/L/OCKING
 
...and so, as we have found, with a potential for a stammer (at the least).
 
And EDWARD VII, if you are not already ahead of me in this, was originally, and yet again...
 
........ALBERT and called BERTIE to the same, or at
.................................least similar, effect.
 
This is not to say that there are not other names at work here, as multiple middle names, or that there could not have been a different mix of genes from different assortatively mated lines (causing repeated disorder in other royal families) such a possibly here for the royal house of...  
 
..............COBURG, with its own potential for a...
..............COB.R...= COMPR/ESSIVELY
................BUR...= PUR/SING mouth, as for laconic
........................actor...
.........GARY COOPER, who stammered, with original
........... ..........forenames of...
..FRANK JAMES.........reinforcing a...
..FR..K...............= FRIC/TIVELY
..........M...CO.P.R..= CO/M/PR/ESSING, potentially
........JAM...........= JAM/MING
..........M...........= M/OUTH, reinforced by his birth in
 
..HELENA, MONTANA, as to a...
..........MO.T.....= MOUTH, from the root...
..........M.N......= MEN-2
..H.LEN............= CLEN/CHING 
..H.......M........= COM/PRESSIVELY
.....................over...
.....EN.....N..N...= I/NN/ER
....L.N............= LIN/GUA or
.............TON...= TON/GUE 
 
...as the perhaps more specific stammer of Edward VII, than George VI, as...
 
.......... ALBERT-
.............BERTIE, would even have been reinforced
.....................by his self-identifying birth at... 
.............BUCKINGHAM PALACE, to a...
.........................P.L.....= BIL/ABIALLY
..............B.CK.......P.L.....= B/L/OCKING
................C......M.P.......= CO/MP/RESSING
.......................M.........= M/OUTH
 
But, even if not, the phonetic patterns in just the personal names here, even to ancient times where there would be even less potential for selective bias on this researcher's part, is consistently expressive of the speech disorder of stammering, just as the phonetic patterns in the personal names we found in the previous section were consistent with the speech disorder of stuttering, and as we will find in the next section by the equally telling names being consistent with the names of those affected by a lisp.
................................................
 
         Added Evidence in the Form of Questions
 
 
Why do you think it is that the actor...
 
JAMES EARL JONES, with references to a potentially...
JAM........J......= JAM/MING, if not also...
J..........J......= CAT/CH/ING
JA.........J......= JAW and
..M...............= CO/M/PRESSING
..M...............= M/OUTH
 
...is found on lists of famous individuals who have
struggled with a stammer, even as he claims to have stuttered as a boy, which may not be nearly as consistent with his years of...

.....M/UTENESS (outside of his family) reinforced by his
................his birth in...
ARKA/B/UT/LA...
.....M/ISSISSIPI, and by his move and difficult
..................adjustment to a farm in...
.....M/ICHIGAN
..K..M..........= COMPRESSIVE B/ILA/B/IAL lips of the
.....M..........= M/OUTH references reinforced throughout

 
Why do you think it is that the businessman who founded the Stuttering Foundation of America at...
 
....M/E///M/PHIS
....MALCOLM FRASER, and who was presented the
....................CHARLES VAN RIPER award by the
......................................previous, was less
......................................likely to have been
......................................affected by a...
........................L.............= L/INGUA
....................CH................= CAT/CH/ING and
..........................S.....RIP...= T/RIP/PING as for
..........................................RIPER or the
........................................other CHARLES'
........................................noted in the
........................................last section, but
........................................by a...
.......C....FR........................= FR/ICTIVELY
....M..CO.M.FR.S......................= COMPRESS/ING
....M.....M...........................= M/OUTH, if with a
......LC..............................= L/INGUA STI/C/KING
........................................which once made it
........................................impossible for him
........................................to utter a single
........................................word in speech,
........................................and so also...
....M.....M...........................= M/UTE,
........................................whereas the...
....M.....M...........................= MIME
....MARCEL
..........MARCEAU.......................intentionally
........................................chose not to
........................................speak, but would
........................................have had an
........................................affinity for...
....M.....M...........................= M/UTENESS, or 
........................................staying...
....M.....M...........................= MUM, 
........................................related to a
....M.R...M.R.........................= ST/AMMER?
 
Why do you think it is that an athlete often mentioned on lists of those with a stammer, rather than on lists of those with a stutter...
 
BOB LOVE, has another name that clearly references
..........the potential for...
B.B.L.....= BILAB/IAL
BOB.L.....= B-BLO/CKING, reinforced by the
......V...= F/RICTIVE /V/, reinforced further by the
............initial /B/ of the small city where he was born
 
BASTROP, with secondary reference to a...
..ST.....= ST/ICKING
...TR.P..= TRIP/PING
..STR....= STUTTER/ING
..ST.OP..= ST/OPP/ING
...T.....= T/ONGUE relative to the primary ones of
B........= B/ILA/B/IALLY
..ST.OP..= ST/OPP/ING
B........= M/OUTH
 
...and by the double /B/ references of his nickname growing up, because he loved what is referred to so much...
 
BUTTER/BEAN, all these /B/s further referencing, with
.............BOB LOVE and BASTROP, not only affinity for...
B......B.....B.B..........B........= B/OUNCING a...
B......B.....B.B..........BAS......= BAS/KET
B......B.....B.B.L........BA.......= BA/LL, but also for
B......B.....B.B.L........B........= BILABIAL
B......B.....B.B.L........B.....P..= BL/OCKING to...
............................ST.OP..= ST/OPP/ING?
 
And if the previous overcame his stammer (whether or not reinforced by a stutter) to become a motivational speaker,
why do you think it is that another motivational speaker, as it were, who overcame a stammer, the clergyman...
 
COTTON MATHER, had in his name equally telling...
...............references, even more clearly opposite
...............those for a stutter, to a...
C......M.......= C/OM/PRESSING
.......M.TH....= MOUTH
 
...reinforced by his own self-identifying birth in
 
BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS, initially in both names
.......................referencing a...
BOS....................= PURS/ING
B.......M..............= CO/M/P/RESSING
........M..............= M/OUTH?
 
If the initial /B/ and /M, of the previous place-name combined to a CO/MP/RESSING /MB/, why do you think it is
we find this combination in the name of another famous Englishman found on lists of those with a stammer, the author...
 
CHARLES LAMB, in contrast to CHARLES DARWIN, CHARLES
..............DODGSON, and even CHARLES DICKENS
..............(with sticking tongue continuation)
...............here reinforcing...
C.........MB..= CO/MP/RESSIVE
CH............= CAT/CH/ING, even...
C.......LAMB..= C/LAMP/ING of the...
..........M...= M/OUTH?

Having already noted two affected researchers of stammering with the telling names of...

BENJAMIN BEASLEY and...
BENJAMIN B///////OGUE, sharing a referential potential for
.......................a...
B........B.............= B/ILA/B/ALLY
...JAM.................= JAM/MING, if not also...
B........B...L...OG....= B-B/L/OCK/ING (BLOCKING)
.....M.................= M/OUTH, why do you think it is
.........................that we find the sprinter...

BENJAMIN BEN JOHNSON with these references reinforced to
.....................his own...
B........B...........= B/ILA/B/IALLY
...JAM.......J.......= JAM/MING, potentially...
B........B...........= B/LOCKING,
.....M...............= M/OUTH, then further
.......................reinforced by his birth, as noted
.......................on first page for sprinters, in

...JAMAICA, with its own reinforcing potential for a...
.....M......= CO/M/PRESSIVELY
...JAM......= JAM/MING
.......IC...= ST/ICK/ING or BLO/CK/ING
.....M......= M/OUTH

 
Why do you think it is that...
 
"MEL" TILLIS, b. TAMPA, raised PAHOKE, not only had a...
......TI...S.....T.................K...= STI/CK/ING
......T....S...................P.......= S/T/OP/PING ......T..........T.....................= T/ONGUE
.........................................but probably
.........................................also a...
.M.................MP..............K...= C/OM/PRESSIVELY
.M....T....S.....TAM...................= STAMM/ERING
.M.................M...................= M-M/OUTH (MOUTH),
.........................................likely reinforced
.........................................by a...
...L....LLI............................= LI/NGUA
...L....LLIS...................P.......= S/LI/P/PING, or
...L....LLIS........P..........P.......= LIS/P/ING
 
...the subject of the next section.

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This page is dedicated to a medical technician who stammered so badly in treating me that I felt called up to ask his name, perhaps embarrassing him all the more when I told him why it compares so closely to that of actor...

ERIC ROBERTS

...and why his speech therapist should be made aware this, as other speech therapists their own patients.


Any university or college that would be interested in seeing how these references can be followed through history to reveal the cause of stuttering, or that might be interested in adding ononomatology (or onomastics) to its curriculum please SEE under Lectures.


 


Any university or college that would be interested in seeing how these references can be followed through history to reveal the cause of stuttering, or that might be interested in adding ononomatology (or onomastics) to its curriculum please SEE under Lectures.


 


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