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  Shofar A Glossary of
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Ten Commandments Tablets  
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Abbreviations Used In This Glossary

abbr. = abbreviated

alt. = alternate

Ar. = Aramaic

esp. = especially

Gr. = Greek

Heb. = Hebrew

lit. = literally

n. = noun

pl. = plural

pron. = pronounced

prop. = properly

sg. = singular

usu. = usually

v. = verb

Yid. = Yiddish

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I

idud
encouragement
 
iggeret
letter (pl. iggrot)
 
ikar
farmer
 
ikarim
essentials
 
illem
mute
 
Im Yirtze Hashem
God willing. lit. if God will want
 
imahot
mothers
 
immanu
with us
 
imun
training
 
innuyim
sufferings
 
intifadah
uprising
 
inyan
topic
 
ir
city
 
ish evyon
poor man; pauper
 
ish hacholek
a man of division; a divisive man
 
Ish HaMufkarut
Man of Lawlessness
 
ish of Emes
man of Truth
 
ish riv
opponent in a lawsuit
 
ish sefatayim
the eloquent speaker
 
ish tov
good man
 
isha
woman; wife
 
isha chotet
a woman of sin
 
ishshur
approval
 
Ishtar
Fertility goddess represented by different names in numerous pagan religions; “the queen of heaven” whose son dies and comes back to life in Satanic counterfeit of Yeshua’s resurrection. Source of the Roman Catholic term “Easter” which has become part of traditional, though non-Biblical, Christian vocabulary.
 
Isru Chag
the day following a festival
 
isser
proscription in the Torah

Itro
a portion in the Book of Exodus
 
ittim
times
 
itztzavim
idols; images; tzelamim
 
ivrim
blind people
 
ivvelet
foolishness
 
ivver
blind man
 
IY’H
Abbreviation for “Im Yirtze Hashem” [see also: Im Yirzte Hashem]
 
Iyar (Zif)
Eighth month of Jewish year
 
iyumim
threats
 
iyun
investigative research
 
izzim
goats
 

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