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Tsad Y
The word "tsad" means "side" as a man lying on his side {... }

Most ancient Semitic alphabets used pictographs which closely resemble
the last pictograph indicating that this was most likely the original form of the letter.
The meaning of this letter is the side of something as well as hunting and chasing
through the idea of laying down in ambush. The modern name for this letter is tsade, a
child root from the word tsad also meaning side. The phonetic sound of the letter is a
"ts" in both ancient and modern Hebrew.
The early pictograph Y evolved into y in the Middle Semitic script and continued to
evolve into y in the Late Semitic Script. From the middle Semitic script comes the
Modern Hebrew צ and ץModern Greek and Latin has no letter derived from this
Semitic letter. -from "Ancient Hebrew Lexicon".

Word: FY
Pronounc: tsav
Strong: #H6673
Orig: or tsav tsawv; from 6680; an injunction:--commandment, precept. #H6680
Use: TWOT-1887c Noun Masculine
GR Strong:

1) command, ordinance, oracle (meaning dubious)
1a) used in mocking mimicry of Isaiah's words and thus not a true divine command

UaU F

The original pictograph used in the Early Semitic script is {...} a picture of a tent peg.
The tent pegs were made of wood and may have been Y-shaped to prevent the rope
from slipping off.
The Modern Hebrew name for this letter is “vav”, a word meaning “peg” or “hook”.
This letter is used in Modern Hebrew as a consonant with a “v” sound and as a vowel.As the pictograph indicates, this letter represents a peg or hook, which are used for
securing something. {...}The meaning of this letter is to add or secure. -AHL

Word: EFY
Pronounc: tsaw-vaw'
Strong: #H6680
Orig: a primitive root; (intensively) to constitute, enjoin:--appoint, (for-)bid, (give a) charge, (give a, give in, send with) command(-er, -ment), send a messenger, put, (set) in order.
Use: TWOT-1887 Verb
GR Strong: #G649 #G1303 #G1325 #G1627 #G1760 #G1781 #G2004 #G2525 #G2729 #G2980 #G4367 #G4921 #G4929 #G5021 #G5087

1) to command, charge, give orders, lay charge, give charge to, order
1a)(Piel)
1a1) to lay charge upon
1a2) to give charge to, give command to
1a3) to give charge unto
1a4) to give charge over, appoint
1a5) to give charge, command
1a6) to charge, command
1a7) to charge, commission
1a8) to command, appoint, ordain (of divine act)
1b) (Pual) to be commanded

HeY E means Hey!!!

The Hebrew word
“hey” means “behold”, as when looking at a great sight. This word can also mean
“breath” or “sigh” as one does when looking at a great sight. The meaning of the letter
E is behold, look, breath, sigh and reveal or revelation from the idea of revealing a
great sight by pointing it out. -AHL

Word: YM
Pronounc: motes
Strong: #H4671
Orig: or mowts (Zephaniah 2:2) motes; from 4160; chaff (as pressed out, i.e. winnowed or (rather) threshed loose):--chaff. #H4160
Use: TWOT-1162a Noun Masculine
GR Strong: #G892 #G2868 #G5529

1) chaff
1a) always as driven by wind

MaH M water

The Early Semitic pictograph for this letter is M a picture of waves of water. This
pictograph has the meanings of liquid, water and sea, mighty and massive from the size
of the sea and chaos from the storms of the sea. To the Hebrews the sea was a feared
and unknown place, for this reason this letter is used as a question word, who, what,
when, where, why and how, in the sense of searching for an unknown.
The modern Hebrew name for this letter is “mem” probably from the word “mayim”
meaning “water”. The word “mayim” is the plural form of “mah”, probably the original
name for this letter, meaning “what”. The Greek name for this letter is “mu”, a Hebrew
word closely related to “mah”. The sound for this letter is “m”. -AHL

Word: EFYM
Pronounc: mits-vaw'
Strong: #H4687
Orig: from 6680; a command, whether human or divine (collectively, the Law):--(which was) commanded(-ment), law, ordinance, precept. #H6680
Use: TWOT-1887b Noun Feminine
GR Strong: #G1345 #G1778 #G1785 #G2920 #G3004 #G3056 #G3551 #G3598 #G4487 #G5456

1) commandment
1a) commandment (of man)
1b) the commandment (of God)
1c) commandment (of code of wisdom)

EFYM Can also mean: From  EFY ... from being commanded.

TFFYM is the Plural meaning Commandments -Not to be confused with: TFYM but I think someone did.

I get the sense of Make doubly Sure!! Two witnesses.

Word: מצות
Pronounc: mats-tsooth'
Strong: #H4695
Orig: from 5327; a quarrel:--that contended. #H5327
Use: TWOT-1400b Noun Feminine
GR Strong:

1) strife, contention

Word:  TFA
Pronounc: oth
Strong: #H226
Orig: probably from 225 (in the sense of appearing); a signal (literally or figuratively), as a flag, beacon, monument, omen, prodigy, evidence, etc.:--mark, miracle, (en-)sign, token. #H225
Use: TWOT-41a Noun Feminine
GR Strong: #G2297 #G4592

1) sign, signal
1a) a distinguishing mark
1b) banner
1c) remembrance
1d) miraculous sign
1e) omen
1f) warning
2) token, ensign, standard, miracle, proof

Word:        TFA
Pronounc: ooth
Strong: #H225
Orig: a primitive root; properly, to come, i.e. (implied) to assent:--consent.
Use: TWOT-53 Verb
GR Strong: #G3666 #G4855

1) (Niphal) to consent, agree

AL  A

The original pictograph for this letter is a picture of an ox head  representing
strength and power from the work performed by the animal. This pictograph also
represents a chief or other leader. When two oxen are yoked together for pulling a
wagon or plow, one is the older and more experienced one who leads the other. Within
the clan, tribe or family the chief or father is seen as the elder who is yoked to the
others as the leader and teacher.

Lam L


The Early Hebrew pictograph is L, a shepherd's staff. The shepherd staff was used to
direct sheep by pushing or pulling them. It was also used as a weapon against predators
to defend and protect the sheep.
The meaning of this letter is toward as moving something in a different direction. This
letter also means authority, as it is a sign of the shepherd, the leader of the flock. It also
means yoke, a staff on the shoulders as well as tie or bind from the yoke that is bound
to the animal.
This letter is used as a prefix to nouns meaning “to” or “toward”.

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