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Psalm11918.org has provided this glossary of Hebrew and Greek words to aid our readers in the understanding of specialized words used in our articles.
Nevi'im- A plural Hebrew word meaning "prophets" usually in reference to the writings of the Prophets in Scripture. It is one of the words that forms the acronym "TaNaKh" used to describe the Hebrew Bible. Strongs #5030. Pronounced nevee EEM. Singular "nevi".
Noach- The literal Hebrew name of Noah. The name means "rest". It is the name given to him by his father Lemekh when he said "this one will give us rest from our work..." (Genesis 5:29). Strongs #5146. Pronounced NO akh.