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Biblical Gematria: 77
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WordTranslation & MeaningTransliterationStrong's Number
אולםMeaning: a vestibule (as bound to the building). Usage: porch.AVLM197
אולםMeaning: Ulam, the name of two Israelites. Usage: Ulam.AVLM198
אולםMeaning: however or on the contrary. Usage: as for, but, howbeit, in very deed, surely, truly, wherefore.AVLM199
בית השמשיMeaning: a Beth-shimshite, or inhabitant of Bethshemesh. Usage: Bethshemite.BIThHShMShI1030
במהלMeaning: Bimhal, an Israelite. Usage: Bimhal.BMHL1118
בן־זוחתMeaning: Ben-Zocheth, an Israelite. Usage: Ben-zoketh.BNZVChTh1132
בעהMeaning: to gush over, i. e. to swell; (figuratively) to desire earnestly; by implication to ask. Usage: cause, inquire, seek up, swell out.BOH1158
גדעMeaning: to fell a tree; generally, to destroy anything. Usage: cut (asunder, in sunder, down, off), hew down.GDO1438
גיחוןMeaning: Gichon, a river of Paradise; also a valley (or pool) near Jerusalem. Usage: Gihon.GIChVN1521
זידוןMeaning: boiling of water, i. e. wave. Usage: proud.ZIDVN2121
יבניהMeaning: Jibnejah, an Israelite. Usage: Ibneiah.IBNIH2997
יבניהMeaning: Jibnijah, an Israelite. Usage: Ibnijah.IBNIH2998
יהונדבMeaning: Jehonadab, the name of an Israelite and of an Arab. Usage: Jehonadab, Jonadab. IHVNDB3082
מגדלMeaning: a tower (from its size or height); by analogy, a rostrum; figuratively, a (pyramidal) bed of flowers. Usage: castle, flower, tower. Compare the names following.MGDL4026
מלואMeaning: a rampart (as filled in), i. e. the citadel. Usage: Millo. MLVA4407
משכיתMeaning: a figure (carved on stone, the wall, or any object); figuratively, imagination. Usage: conceit, image(-ry), picture, × wish.MShKITh4906
נטישהMeaning: a tendril (as an offshoot). Usage: battlement, branch, plant.NTIShH5189
עבדאMeaning: Abda, the name of two Israelites. Usage: AbdaOBDA5653
עבהMeaning: to be dense. Usage: be (grow) thick(-er).OBH5666
עדשMeaning: a lentil. Usage: lentile.ODSh5742
עזMeaning: strong, vehement, harsh. Usage: fierce, greedy, mighty, power, roughly, strong.OZ5794
עזMeaning: a she-goat (as strong), but masculine in plural (which also is used elliptically for goats hair). Usage: (she) goat, kid.OZ5795
עזMeaning: Usage: goat.OZ5796
עזMeaning: strength in various applications (force, security, majesty, praise). Usage: boldness, loud, might, power, strength, strong.OZ5797
עשתMeaning: probably to be sleek, i. e. glossy; hence (through the idea of polishing) to excogitate (as if forming in the mind). Usage: shine, think.OShTh6245
עשתMeaning: to purpose. Usage: think.OShTh6246
עשתMeaning: a fabric. Usage: bright.OShTh6247
תבוסהMeaning: a treading down, i. e. ruin. Usage: destruction.ThBVSH8395
תשעMeaning: nine or (ordinal) ninth. Usage: nine ( -teen, -teenth, -th).ThShO8672
AHYH NvFrom Liber AL vel Legis 1:24. AHYH means 'I am' in Hebrew.אהיה נו0
ΝηΐθNeith was an early ancient Egyptian deity who was said to be the first and the prime creator. She was said to be the creator of the universe and all it contains, and she governs how it functions. She was the goddess of wisdom, weaving, the cosmos, mothers, rivers, water, childbirth, hunting, war, and fate. She was a warlike goddess. As a deity, Neith is normally shown carrying the was scepter (symbol of rule and power) and the ankh (symbol of life). She is also called such cosmic epithets as the "Cow of Heaven", a sky-goddess similar to Nut, and as the Great Flood, Mehet-Weret, as a cow who gives birth to the sun daily. In these forms, she is associated with creation of both the primeval time and daily "re-creation". As protectress of the Royal House, she is represented as a uraeus, and functions with the fiery fury of the sun, In time, this led to her being considered as the personification of the primordial waters of creation. She is identified as a great mother goddess in this role as a creator. She is the personification of the primeval waters, able to give birth (create) parthenogenetically. Neith is one of the most ancient deities associated with ancient Egyptian culture and depictions of her standards were known in predynastic periods.NHITh0


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