Hebrew & Greek Word Glossary

Whether you’re just discovering the Hebrew roots of your faith or you’ve been diving deep for a long time, sometimes Michael Rood may use a Hebrew or Greek term you’ve never heard before. Here are some of the most common terms used in A Rood Awakening! International teachings:

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Aviv
First month of the Ancient Biblical Hebrew Calender, instituted in Exodus 12. Aviv marks the beginning of the barley harvest. The word aviv also refers to a particular growth stage of barley, at which point it is not yet golden but just ripe enough to be suitable for the “first fruits” offering following Passover (first fruits is the day of Yeshua’s resurrection as the “first fruits” of the dead).


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