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comment Meaning of (et)“את” and (v'et)“וְאֵ֥ת” in Genesis 1:1
I want to say thank you so much for your work above. I really appreciate such an in depth exploration and yes, this is what I was looking for. I wonder if you have put together the information for the other "unknown" word "we et" ?
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comment Numbers 12:2 - Translation Discrepancy - Did the Lord speak only through Moses?
Yes, it would certainly give another angle and understanding.
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comment Why is Isaiah 14:12-15 interpreted by some to refer to Satan?
This verse makes me think of Revelation 12 when Satan is thrown down to earth along with his angels.
Jan
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comment Who are the “מְבַשְּׂר֗וֹת” in Psalm 68:11?
Some good information above! Interesting how the name "Jonah" comes from the word that means "dove" as well. (Strong's #3122) Psalm 68:13 the word for "dove" is Strong's #3123. In Psalm 74:19, the dove is translated "turtledove" (Strong's 8449) biblehub.com/text/psalms/74-19.htm
Jan
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comment Judges 5:30 - The Hebrew word for womb or damsel translated as “two”. Why?
Thank you. Much appreciated.
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comment Judges 5:30 - The Hebrew word for womb or damsel translated as “two”. Why?
Thank you very much for that link. Quick question. Strongs # 7356 רַ֤חַם for "womb". Shouldn't there be another (letter?) indicating "a" or "the" womb? Sorry, I am really very new. ... oh... maybe it doesn't need it because it's plural -- "wombs" so it doesn't need "a" or "the".
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comment Could the prophet Haggai be a prophetess?
@David Also.... I was just curious why the Hebrew word for "prophetess" Strong's #5031 says: נְבִיאָה noun masculine prophetess biblehub.com/bdb/5031.htm
Jan
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comment Could the prophet Haggai be a prophetess?
Hi David Just to clarify... I assumed Ezra 5:1 was written in Hebrew at first until you enlightened me. I am still a little confused wondering why the word for prophesied ( #5013) is written and then a word similar to it written beside it without a number (that looks like the Hebrew word for prophetess -- which is #5031). Would I be right to assume (Strong's #5013) is written 2x for emphasis?
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asked Judges 5:30 - The Hebrew word for womb or damsel translated as “two”. Why?
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comment Could the prophet Haggai be a prophetess?
I can't seem to find any passages in the Old Testament that uses the Aramaic word for "prophetess" with the above spelling that you circled in red. Can you?
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comment Could the prophet Haggai be a prophetess?
Hi David biblehub.com/bdb/5031.htm Here is the link that refers to prophetess as masculine "נְבִיאָה noun masculine prophetess"
Jan
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comment Could the prophet Haggai be a prophetess?
Thank you so much for your help. *I also noticed the Brown-Driver -Briggs says this for Strongs #5013 נְבִיאָה noun masculine prophetess; —
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comment Judges 4:4- Woman, wife or burnt offering by fire?
biblehub.com/interlinear/exodus/15-20.htm