Decoded Biblical Name

HOY 45
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JOHNSON
בן יוחנן
benyochanan
HEATH
פרע
Pere


DIVINE 4 NUMBER
Identity verse
#526
Genesis 21:12
ויאמר אלהים אל אברהם אל ירע בעיניך על הנער ועל אמתך כל אשר תאמר אליך שרה שמע בקלה כי ביצחק יקרא לך זרע
And God said unto Abraham: ‘Let it not be grievous in thy sight because of the lad and because of thy bondwoman; in all that Sarah saith unto thee hearken unto her voice; for in Isaac shall seed be called to thee.

LIFE-PATH verse
#2319
Exodus 28:28
וירכסו את החשן מטבעתו אל טבעת האפוד בפתיל תכלת להיות על חשב האפוד ולא יזח החשן מעל האפוד
And they shall bind the breastplate by the rings thereof unto the rings of the ephod with a thread of blue that it may be upon the skilfully woven band of the ephod and that the breastplate be not loosed from the ephod.

Explanation פרע בן יוחנן PERE BENYOCHANAN

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Internal

Root and Meaning of "Heath"

The name "Heath" is of Old English origin, derived from the word "hæth," meaning "heath" or "heathland." Heathland refers to open, uncultivated land with shrubs and grasses, typically found in Britain. The name suggests a connection to nature and the open landscape.

Equivalent in the Original Bible's Language

Considering the meaning of "Heath" as related to open, uncultivated land, here are potential equivalents in GOD's holy letters, reflecting these concepts:

  1. שְׂדֵה פָּרוּעַ (Sdeh Parua) - This phrase means "wild field" or "uncultivated field," directly reflecting the concept of heathland.
  2. מִדְבָּר (Midbar) - Meaning "wilderness" or "desert," aligning with the idea of open, uncultivated land.
  3. עֲרָבָה (Aravah) - This name means "desert plain" or "steppe," capturing the essence of a broad, open landscape.

Optional Names in GOD's Holy Letters of the Original Bible

  1. שְׂדֵה פָּרוּעַ (Sdeh Parua) - Directly translates to "wild field" or "uncultivated field," making it a fitting equivalent for the concept of heathland.
  2. מִדְבָּר (Midbar) - Reflects the idea of wilderness or desert, aligning with the concept of open, uncultivated land.
  3. עֲרָבָה (Aravah) - Emphasizes the concept of a desert plain or steppe, suitable for capturing the essence of a broad, open landscape.

Internal Debate:

  • Sdeh Parua emphasizes the idea of an uncultivated field, aligning well with the meaning of Heath.
  • Midbar focuses on the broader concept of wilderness, making it a strong equivalent.
  • Aravah highlights the concept of a desert plain or steppe, capturing the essence of an open landscape.

Given the focus on the meaning related to heathland and open, uncultivated land, שְׂדֵה פָּרוּעַ (Sdeh Parua) is the closest and most direct equivalent in the holy language.



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