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    I've been out of town this week . . . Scarlet has an avatar. Why doesn't parachute have one? What does it look like?
  2. Thread: Posting Tips

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    Steps for displaying a single post in a new window

    <B>1.</b> Find post number: Hover you cursor over the "Quote" button on the post and make a note of the "p=XXXX" at the end of the http address displayed (in IE, the lower left corner) on the...
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    Posting Tips

    I am starting this thread, so we've got a place to put tips for writing posts.
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    vBulletin version 3.0.3

    There is still some cleanup work to be performed after the conversion, but I've decided to leave what we've got thus far out here.

    Please reply to this post/thread if you see anything that you'd...
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    Hi, Thummim: I don't have any additional...

    Hi, Thummim:

    I don't have any additional comment on the NIV translation, other than it does not appear to me to be true to the Hebrew. "Until he comes" can be translated from the first three...
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    RE: Shiloh

    Thummim:

    There are actually three Jewish translations of this phrase. The Alcalay Hebrew-English dictionary states that they are:
    <B>a)</b> until he comes to Shiloh
    <B>b)</b> so that tribute...
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    Shalom d', I looked up the word "Israel" in...

    Shalom d',

    I looked up the word "Israel" in two versions of Strong's that I have: the older version defines H3478 "<I>he will rule</i> as <I>G_d</i>," and the newer version defines H3478 "<I>he...
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    d', The reason I brought up the word rah (r,...

    d',

    The reason I brought up the word rah (r, ayin) is that it is the only Hebrew word for rah that I could find. I certainly do not think that it has any tie to the word Israel.

    I really don't...
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    Shalom, israelthebride: In Genesis 32, it is...

    Shalom, israelthebride:

    In Genesis 32, it is written how Jacob got the name Israel. Jacob, in verses 24 & 25, wrestled with a being all night long and refused to release his grip until the being...
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    israelthebride, Shalom and welcome to the...

    israelthebride,

    Shalom and welcome to the forum!

    I'm having trouble following your interpretation of the word, Israel:

    I can see "el" = g_d = <FONT FACE="BSTHebrew" SIZE=6>lea</font>.

    I...
  11. Thread: Root Letters

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    Root Letters

    The vast majority of Hebrew words (verbs, nouns, and adjectives) have three consonants as their root letters.
    Let's examine some words with the root letters: <FONT FACE="BSTHebrew" SIZE=6>db[</font>...
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    Shalom d', The Hebrew word,

    Shalom d',

    The Hebrew word, <FONT FACE="BSTHebrew" SIZE=6>aAb'T</font>, used in Ps 101:2 is the future tense for of the verb "to come" (root letters: <FONT FACE="BSTHebrew" SIZE=6>awb</font>). ...
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    The Basic Basics

    Most of the "Old Testament" scriptures are written Hebrew.

    <B>1.</b> Hebrew is read from right to left, top to bottom on a printed page. One also reads a Hebrew book from right to left, so the...
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    The Definite Article: "The"

    The definite article, <I>the</i>, appears as a prefix on nouns or adjectives and consists of the letter: <FONT FACE="BSTHebrew" SIZE=6>h</font>.

    It is voweled in one of the following fashions:...
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    Possessive Suffixes on Nouns (cont'd)

    <TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=1 CELLPADDING=7 WIDTH="100%"><TR><TD WIDTH="100%" VALIGN="MIDDLE"><P ALIGN="CENTER"><FONT SIZE=2><B>Possessive Suffixes Attached to Nouns in <U>Plural</u>...
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    Possessive Suffixes on Nouns

    Hebrew often uses a suffix at the end of a noun to indicate ownership. There are <I>twenty</i> different suffixes: ten for singular nouns and ten more for plural nouns.

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    Subjective Pronouns (I, we, you, etc.)

    Pronouns can be used as the subject of a sentence. "I" and "we" do not specify a gender. The others, however, come in masculine and feminine forms:

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    Nouns and Adjectives

    <B>NOUNS</b>

    All Hebrew nouns are "genderized." That is, they are either masculine or feminine.
    For example, the Hebrew word for the noun "work, labour, toil, occupation" is <FONT...
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    Vowels

    <TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=1 CELLPADDING=7 WIDTH="100%"><TR><TD WIDTH="100%" VALIGN="MIDDLE"><P ALIGN="CENTER"><FONT SIZE=2><B>VOWELS</b></font></p></td></tr></table><TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=1...
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    The Hebrew Alphabet

    <TABLE BORDER CELLSPACING=1 CELLPADDING=7 WIDTH="100%"><TR><TD WIDTH="100%" VALIGN="MIDDLE"><P ALIGN="CENTER"><FONT SIZE=2><B>THE HEBREW ALPHABET</b></font></p></td></tr></table><TABLE BORDER...
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    Table of Contents

    <FONT SIZE=1><B>Disclaimer:</b>
    I, by no means, am a Hebrew scholar, so I cannot guarantee that there will be no mistakes in the threads that I post on this board. I welcome input from anyone who...
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    Shalom sister DeAnna, Well, I must apologize...

    Shalom sister DeAnna,

    Well, I must apologize for not doing my homework a little more thoroughly before addressing your original post(s). I took exception to the fact that you wanted to translate...
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    DeAnna, You made the statement - I was...

    DeAnna,

    You made the statement -
    I was wondering if could expound on the "Aleph" at the beginning of a word to mean "authority." Could you please give me a couple of examples?

    Also,I don't...
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    Deanna, I havn't been ignoring you; I am...

    Deanna,

    I havn't been ignoring you; I am having difficulty getting Hebrew fonts to work. It looks like our best bet is to make sure that we both have the same Hebrew fonts loaded on our PCs. ...
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    Deanna, How are you doing, sis? We haven't...

    Deanna,

    How are you doing, sis? We haven't spoken in such a long time, and I have been wondering about and praying for your well being.

    I just read your post this evening. I'm afraid that I...
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