Topics Ancient Hebrew Words
Ancient Hebrew Words: Throw, Torah and Teacher
By Jeff A. Benner
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: An arm and closed hand.
Meaning: The closed hand represents the idea of work, throw, make, etc.
Definition: The Working hand
Picture: Hand of man.
Meaning: The work of a man's hand.
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