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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.
Rachel- The literal Hebrew name of Rachel. This Hebrew name means "Ewe (lamb) of G-d (El)". Strongs #7353. Pronounced rakh EL.
Rashi- [Shlomo Yitzhaki] An 11th-century Jewish Scholar noted for his commentaries on the Torah and the Tanakh. Rashi comes from an acronym of his name: the Rabbi Shlomo Itzhaki.
Rivka- (sometimes Rivqah) The literal Hebrew name of Rebekah. This Hebrew name means "ensnarer" (as by her beauty?) Strongs #7259. Pronounced RIV kah.
Rosh Hashanah- A Hebrew term which refers to "the new year" [literally "the head of the year"]. It is a moed described in Leviticus 23:24-25 as a festival for the "blowing of trumpets" (Yom Teruah- a day of trumpet blasts) but it also begins the civil Biblical calendar. Strong's #7218 and 8141.
ruach- The Hebrew word for "spirit". It can also mean "breath", "spirit", or "wind". Strong's #7307. Pronounced ROO akh.