Beard

זָקָן

Strong’s #2206

zaqan

That there came men from Shechem, from Shiloh, and from Samaria, even fourscore men, having their beards shaven and their clothes rent, and having cut themselves, with meal-offerings and frankincense in their hand, to bring them to the house of YHWH.

Jeremiah 41:5

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In ancient Hebrew culture a long and white beard was a sign of age, maturity and wisdom. The verb form of this word, zaqeyn (Strongs #2204), is the Hebrew meaning “to be old.”

Ark

תֵּבָה

Strong’s #8392

teyvah

Make thee an ark of gopher wood; rooms shalt thou make in the ark, and shalt pitch it within and without with pitch.

Genesis 6:14

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In Biblical Hebrew an ark is any floating vessel. Two types of “arks” are found in the Bible, the ark of Noah, a large wooden ship; and the ark of Moses, a floating basket used for holding fish alive, but used for the infant Moses when he was sent out on the Nile river.

Amen

אָמֵן Strong’s #543 amen

And Benaiah the son of Jehoiada answered the king, and said, Amen: YHWH, the God of my lord the king, say so too.

1 Kings 1:36

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Worldwide this is the most famous of all Hebrew words. But, do we know what it means? This word comes from the root aman (Strongs #539), pronounced ah-mahn, and means to be firmly planted in place as in Isaiah 22:23 which speaks of a “nail fastened to a secure place.” The noun form, amen, pronounced ah-mehn, is used in the Biblical text by persons who are affirming a statement. In other words, they are saying “I am firmly agreeing with what has been said.” The next time we say amen, let’s think about what we are agreeing to.

All

כּוֹל

Strong’s #3605

kol

And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb yielding seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for food.

Genesis 1:29

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This word means “all” and is a very common Biblical Hebrew word appearing over 4,000 times in the Hebrew Bible. The verbal root to this word is kul (Strongs #3557) and means to sustain in the sense of providing all that is needed for sustenance. For this reason, the word kol is related to the verb akal (Strongs #398) meaning to eat in the sense of sustenance.