Therefore shall a man leave his father and his mother, and shall cleave unto his wife: and they shall be one flesh. Gen 2:24
Strong’s H1692 דבק dabaq, a primitive root meaning, “to cleave, to adhere firmly.” The ancient pictographs are dalet + bet + quph.
dalet ד = the door, thus enter, move, hang
bet ב = the house, thus house, household, family, in, within
quph ק = sun on the horizon, thus condense, circle, time
The story the pictographs are telling is of entering (dalet) the house (bet) at sunset (quph). In ancient days the man of the house spent his labor in the fields or in the pasture with the flocks. When his day of working in the fields is done, he goes home to his wife. He doesn’t make himself unavailable because he is a workaholic, out with the guys, or finding other things to occupy his time. He enters the door of his house, where his wife is, at sunset, at the end of every day, day in and day out.