Relative History.

The root of the word Acadie or Acadia is Akkad (π’€€π’‚΅π’‰ˆπ’† ), the city and seat of the Akkadian Empire (2334-2218 BCE). Various suggestions propose Sumerian, Hurrian or Lullubian etymologies but truth is also that Acadie/Acadia/Akkad is synonymous with the Sanskrit word Ekadhā (ΰ€ΰ€•ΰ€§ा) which is derived from its root Eka (ΰ€ΰ€•) which means One. The meaning of the word Akkadian is as such 'pertaining to One', or rather 'I am/is One' or 'Self is One'. Interestingly enough, this also happens to be the meaning of Δ’rān, Nihon, Schweiz, Sverige et al. Not that it matters for what matters is Love; Love is the purpose of Self, Love is the meaning of Life.
~ Wald Wassermann