Topics Ancient Hebrew Words
Ancient Hebrew Words: Spirit, Moon and Traveler
By Jeff A. Benner
Transliteration: Hh (Pronounced hard like the "ch" in the name "Bach")
Picture: The wall of the tent.
Meaning: The wall of a tent or corral separates and protects what is inside from what is outside, such as inclimate weather and predators.
Definition: What is outside of the wall.
Picture: Head of a man.
Meaning: The head is seen as the top of the body and can be the top or head of anything such as the body, time, mountaintop, rank, etc. This letter can also represent a man.
Definition: A Man
Picture: A man outside
Meaning: The responsibilities of the nomadic man outside of the tent include the feeding, watering and caring for the livestock. Livestock are healthier and more productive when on a routine, therefore the man follows a routine or "a prescribed path" each day when caring for his livestock.
Definition: A perscribed path or routine.
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