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Quf or Koof = behind, the last, the least. Back of the head. Pronounced q as in queen.

Quf or Koof = behind, the last, the least. Back of the head. Pronounced q as in queen.

Resh or Reysh = the head, the highest, the first, greatest or lead, a person. Pronounced R as in rain.

Resh or Reysh = the head, the highest, the first, greatest or lead, a person. Pronounced R as in rain.

Yod or Yood = work, a deed, to make. (What a horrible drawing, no Hebrew would want to look like an Egyptian! An early symbol looked like an outstretched arm from the elbow. Now often symbolized with a muscular upper arm, outstretched forearm, and clenched fist.) Closed hand.  Pronounced y as in yes, with long o as in noon.

Yod or Yood = work, a deed, to make. (What a horrible drawing, no Hebrew would want to look like an Egyptian! An early symbol looked like an outstretched arm from the elbow. Now often symbolized with a muscular upper arm, outstretched forearm, and clenched fist.) Closed hand. Pronounced y as in yes, with long o as in noon.

Shin or Sheen = sharp like teeth, to consume, to destroy, to devour. - pronounced sh as in shy.

Shin or Sheen = sharp like teeth, to consume, to destroy, to devour. - pronounced sh as in shy.

Alef or Aleph begins the Hebrew alphabet or alef-bet (the first two letters in Hebrew - the original language before the Tower of Babel. And the language we'll all speak again!) Alef is the symbol for God. Alef = strength, leader, first. Symbolized by the ox or bull.

Alef or Aleph begins the Hebrew alphabet or alef-bet (the first two letters in Hebrew - the original language before the Tower of Babel. And the language we'll all speak again!) Alef is the symbol for God. Alef = strength, leader, first. Symbolized by the ox or bull.

Zayin

Zayin

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