Heidegger asserts in Letter on Humanism that:
language is the house of being. In its home human brings live.
Is there a specific word in German, or Greek (considering Heidegger was a classicist) that signals this? Or failing this other Indo-European Languages?
I ask this simply, and perhaps too simply, as Bengali, which is an Indo-European language, has the word Bhalobasha; which when broken in two parts is Bhalo (good) and Basha (home/language); and as a whole means love, but in the sense not of eros but philia, a word used in Aristotles Ethics, and standing for virtuous love, that between friends or lovers.
This to me has an intriguing relationship with Heideggers assertion; but how does it bear within the full spectrum of this language family?
(And, casting further and wider, in the other main language families: semetic and sinitic say, or the Austronesian?)