a sound resembling or suggesting a vocal utterance; something resembling human speech in being an instrument or medium of expression.
"And the children of Israel journeyed on their journeys out of the desert of Sinai; and the cloud rested in the desert of Paran."
Numbers X, 12.
"...surely, during the entire forty years that the Israelites travelled in the wilderness they travelled only by His Light!"
Word - a speech sound or series of speech sounds that symbolize and communicate a meaning without being divisible into smaller units capable of independent use.
"He shall make clouds His chariot (His chariots are like a whirlwind)."
(Is. 66, 15)
"He Who walks upon wings of wind".
(Psalms 104, 3)
"And he said, Hear now my words: If there be a prophet among you, I the Eternal will make myself known unto him in a vision, and will speak unto him in a dream."
Chumash, Bamidbar. Numbers XII. 6, trans. Silbermann, Jerusalem, 5745
(I Samuel 5, 6)
(Dare I say it sitting straight 1993/5753, gagged on my own blood?).
oy or ain, denoting negation, i.e., without honor. As protection.
Swelling - techorim - carbuncles, ulcers, tumours, result of dysentery, hemorrhoids.
"The glory of Adonai will endure forever" (Psalms 104, 31)
"But when I speak with you, I will open your mouth, and you shall say to them, `Thus says the Lord God!'" (Ezk. 3, 27).
`When I speak with you', i.e., when I use you to speak, when I use you for my mouthpiece."
"He that loveth pureness of heart, that hath grace in his lips, the king shall be his friend (Prov. XXII, 11)"
Midrash Rabbah, XV. 22-24
"And when they moved, I heard the noise of their wings, like the noise of great waters, like the voice of the Almighty, the noise of a tumult, like noise of a host...."
(Ezk. 1, 24).
Glory - an emanation or play of light; a luminous glow; a soft brightness; a dazzling illumination; a burst or blaze of blindingly bright light.
"And a spirit entered into me when he spoke to me, and set me upon my feet, and I heard him that spoke to me." (Ezk. 2, 2).
"And thou shalt speak my words to them...." (Ezk 2, 7).
Impression - an affecting by stamping, bearing upon, pressing, pressing into, or otherwise exerting a physical force that marks, grooves, embosses, or prints in some way.
Impression - a communicating or giving of a mold, style, trait, or character by an external force or influence.
Impression - an indentation, stamp, embossment, form or figure resulting from physical contact.
"For the Ark of God is taken."
"All the house of Yisra'el sighed after the Lord."
(I Samuel 7,2.)
Impression - an especially marked influence or effect on feeling, sense or mind
Impression - a usually indistinct or imprecise notion, remembrance, belief or opinion.
Impress - to levy or take by force for (public) service Impress - to enlist or procure the services or aid of by forcible argument or persuasion
a word that impresses
impressed by the word
Mouth - one that speaks: voice
an oral interchange
Glory - a great beauty or splendor, resplendence, magnificence
Glory - splendor and beatific happiness of heaven: eternal life in heaven: eternity.
Glory - a condition of supreme exaltation; a state of unhindered gratification, self- satisfaction, or enjoyment.
Word - something that is said; utterance, statement
Word - a verbal signal; password, watch word.
Word Blindness - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize the words that he sees.
Word Deafness - a condition in which a person is no longer able to recognize the words that are heard.
Word Bound - lacking in fluency
Glory - YHVH's Name is a Name of glory (Ps 72, 19)
His eyes are eye of Glory (Is. 3, 8)
in the temple His glory is seen Ps 63, 3
glory is in the heavens Ps. 113, 4
glory is in all the earth Ps. 57, 6 & 12
El ha-kavod in a thunderstorm Ps. 29, 3
His glory is great Ps. 138, 5
His glory is above all the earth Ps. 108, 6
The whole earth is full of glory Ps. 19, 2
The heavens declare His glory Ps. 19, 2
The land will see it Is. 35, 2
The land will shine with it Ezk 43, 2
The earth will be filled with a knowledge of it Hb. 2, 14
It will be declared among the nations and all will see it Is. 66, 18-19