The Lydian language is the same as Etruscan (Ukrainian) and it is understandable to everyone who speaks Ukrainian fluently. 

According to the Linguists the Lydian language is Indo-European. My decipherment also shows that the Etruscan language is basically the same as a present day Ukrainian, hence it is also Indo-European. If Herodotus' statement, that the Lydian migrated to Italy, is true then the Lydian and Etruscan languages may be the same, or closely related to each other.  

Greek historian Herodotus wrote that Etruscan were Lydians, who immigrated to Italy from Asia Minor. While the cause of Etruscan migration from Lydia to Italy is very difficult to determine, the fact that Herodotus himself was born in Asia Minor, give some hope that there is some truth in his writings

Les Etrusques sont des Troyens et les Troyens sont des Hittites qui s’appellaient eux-męmes TROS ou TROUS

To explain the basic belief, which is common to both sides in dispute, I will etymologically derive the meaning of Ukrainian word ROZUMITY = to understand, which incorporates the word UM.

In the past, Ukrainian language uses to be phonetic: not any more. Let me break the word ROZUMITY into phonetic syllables RO-Z-UM-I-TY. The meaning of the syllables is:

RO = to open 

Z = from within, out of, of

UM = knowledge, wisdom, mind.

 I = and.

TY = you.

RO-Z-UM-I-TY = open from knowledge  and you.

Rozumiec in polish means the same thing.:TO UNDERSTAND

Hearing that sound I was not aware that a single word was composed of several words.

SO IF UKRAINIAN IS ALSO LYDIAN, IS ALSO ETRUSCAN,

WE HAVE A LINK FOR UNDERSTANDING BETTER THE ORIGIN OF THE SLAVES;

This structure  of a meaning is constructed the way the Chinese construct their words with single sounds.,

Or also the semitic languages using roots based generally on 3 consones.

 

Some examples of -ski names:

The "v" in Slavic names is always represented by a "b" in Basque, the "c" by a "k".
The b” in Slavic is “b

The first meaning of the following name would be bog  (god) liub  (love) but let us follow the idea.


 Bogolyubski,  bog-oli-ub.-.ski,
bog     bog     boga            rower, boatman
oli     oli     oliodura        anointed, holy
ub.     ubi     ubil            whirlpool
.ski    iski 
  iskirio         mockery, joke
(They made)
a mockery of the holy boatman in the whirlpool.

une moquerie sur le saint batelier ,  pris dans le tourbillon.

 

 

This can be compared to the operation of present-day computer and can be restated, ‘open file stored in memory for this information.’

But UM is not physical matter hence it is not perishable. At that time ancients believed that from the day one is born to the time one is dead everything what we see, think or do is stored in our UM and in Heaven this information is transparent to the person and every one who wonts to know it. 

In Lydian writing is shown that Ora and Sus were able to read what is stored in our UM on earth and also in Heaven.  Their communality in beliefs ends due to the following difference:

 

Lydian language

Lydian belongs to New Anatolian languages, derived from Old Anatolian - Hittite, Luwian and Palaic. When the Hittite Empire fell, Anatolian city-states started a new epoch of Indo-European settlers of Asia Minor. These cities were inhabited both by Indo-European Hittites and non-Indo-European tribes like Hatti, Assyrians, Aramaeans. In the 7th century B.C. all East and Central Anatolian Indo-Europeans were practically assimilated by Semitic and other tribes, and Indo-European Hittites and Luwians had to move farther to the West, to the shores of the Aegean Sea.

Sardis
Lydia was situated in the Western part of Asia Minor, on the river Galis, with its main city Sardis. It was first mentioned by Homer already in the 8th century B.C. under the name Maeonia. It was celebrated for fertile soil, rich deposits of gold and silver. Lydia became most powerful under the dynasty of the Mermnadae, beginning about 685 BC. In the 6th century BC Lydian conquests transformed the kingdom into an empire. Under the rule of King Croesus, Lydia attained its greatest splendor. The empire came to an end, however, when the Persian ruler Cyrus the Great captured Sardis about 546 BC and incorporated Lydia into the Persian Empire. After the defeat of Persia by Alexander III, king of Macedonia, Lydia was brought under Greek-Macedonian control. Soon after that, Lydians were assimilated by Greeks, Greek language and Greek culture, and though Strabo in the 1st century A.D. talks about Lydians as an ethnos, they did not have much of their original language at that moment.

Lydian was inherited directly from Hittite, but has a lot of its own new features. Lydian phonetics is more complicated: nasal vowels [a], [e] appeared; consonant system has several palatals for [s], [t], [d], [l], [n] very widely used. Palatals came from the combination of i + a consonant.

Lydian morphology also differs somehow from Hittite. Nouns are declined in pronominal declension, Hittite noun declension was almost completely lost. Accusative case is being replaced by dative in the meaning of direct object of the verb. Some verbal forms have endings derived not from Hittite same forms but from participles (for example, 3rd person plural has -l ending) or other verbal nouns.

Lydian has a wide choice of prefixes and particles with practically every word. Sometimes a personal pronoun has 3 particles before it, all of them meaning just emphasis.

Linguistic science has not yet learned much about Lydian, but the language is obviously Indo-European, and a lot of words represent their IE origin. Soon we will publish the Historical Lydian Grammar in our Indo-European Grammars section for everyone interested in Indo-European languages on the Web.

http://members.tripod.com/babaev/tree/lydian.html

Ancient Lydia (Maeonia)

Encyclopedia of Greek Mythology

Lydia was situated in the Western part of Asia Minor on the river Galis with its main city Sardis. It was first mentioned by Homer in the 8th century BC under the name Maeonia. It was celebrated for fertile soil and rich deposits of gold and silver. Lydia became most powerful under the dynasty of the Mermnadae [royal family to rule Lydia to the time of Cyrus]. In the 6th century BC Lydian conquests transformed the kingdom into an empire. Under the rule of King Croesus Lydia attained its greatest splendor. The empire came to an end however when the Persian ruler Cyrus the Great captured Sardis about 546 BC and incorporated Lydia into the Persian Empire. After the defeat of Persia by Alexander III Lydia was brought under Greek and Macedonian control. Soon after that Lydians were assimilated by the Greek language and Greek culture and though Strabo in the 1st century AD talks about Lydians as an ethnos they did not have much of their original language at that moment .....