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Vav: the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet, prounounced "v" (can also funtion as a consonant), with a numerical value of 6
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Aleph (22)
Beit (9)
Gimmel (15)
Daled (14)
Hey (15)
Vav (9)
Zayin (5)
Chet (8)
Tet (7)
Yud (15)
Kaf (6)
Lamed (7)
Mem (11)
Nun (10)
Samach (6)
Ayin (8)
Pey (5)
Tzadik (8)
Kuf (10)
Resh (9)
Shin (8)
Taf (5)
Moving along with the Alefbet, Rabbi Infinity illustrates the power of the letter Vav to his granddaughter, Miri.
This class explains the mystical meanings of the Hebrew letters including the significance of the letters' names, their phonetic sounds, their graphic design, and even their corresponding numerical values.
Letters and Numbers of Torah—Shemini
In the verse (Leviticus 11:42) that prohibits the eating of creatures that slither on their bellies, the Hebrew word for belly (gachon) is spelled with a large-sized letter vav. How does this allude to our inner struggle against the evil inclination, whic...
The sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet
Vav (Waw) is the sixth letter of the Hebrew alphabet Numerical value: 6 Sound: "V," "OH" and "OO" Meaning: 1. Hook 2. the word “and” 3. in front of a word, transforms past into future or future to past Story The part of the river used as a mikveh for...
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Pinchas
"Pinchas...has turned My anger away from the children of Israel by his zealously avenging Me... therefore I hereby give him My covenant of peace." (Numbers 25:11-12) In this verse, the letter 'vav' of the word 'shalom' (peace) is written like two separate...
Letters and Numbers of Torah - Chukat
Describing the red heifer ritual, the Torah states (Numbers 19:2) “Take a red heifer that never had a yoke placed upon it.” The Hebrew word for yoke (ol) is normally spelled ayin-vav-lamed, but in this verse, the vav is missing. What is the connection bet...
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Vav, part 3)
Because promises are for always and forever, eternity must be defined. King David makes the case for spaciously speaking and luxuriously living, which has nothing to do with unnecessary extravagance, but rather about fulfilling life's purpose with a profo...
Studying Tehillim: Chapter 119 (verses of Vav, part 2)
Because promises are always and forever, eternity must be defined. King David makes the case for spaciously speaking and luxuriously living that has nothing to do with unnecessary extravagance, but rather about fulfilling life's purpose with a profound se...
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