The MN Root

Hebrew Words

The following are root letters and when combined will ggive the meaning for the word. For example Manowr, has the roots MN, MW, MR, NW, NR, WR

The main root which connects all these words is MN and so underlying all these is the following meaning:

MN – Each species [kind] continues by passing its blood to the following generation, which comes from the parent. There is a belonging here whereby the child ‘belongs’ to the parent. They are the same kind. This is established, it is firm and sure and unchanging. What is portioned out to someone as one kind comes from the same. [i.e. Yahuwshua is Yahuvahs son as he was begotten, yet is Yahuvah himself as Yahuvah is one and whole. Yahuvah is also mankinds father but not through birth, through creation. We too belong to him]. Also the idea of strength through the blood

The rest are in the words and many roots are shared so i will list them here so that many meanings are not repeated later.

AH – A strong sigh as when the oxen with desire searches for food snorting [sighing]. It can be a sigh in exclamation out if a desire [wo, alas]

LH – It is to be weary from a non-productive effort i.e. to be  without results thus troubd by this

MA – It is an unknowable amount [look below at the definition of MH].

MH – The Mediterranean sea is a place of the unknown [cannot see what is beyond nor what is below]. It is feared by the Ancient Hebrew because of its size storms an fierceness,

MW – Related to the above meaning ‘what’.

MCh – It is the action of stroking. The marrow is a buttery liquid inside the bones and is used as a choice food. To obtain the marrow, the bone must be struck to break it open.

MY – ‘Who’ i.e. someone unknown

ML – is to speak. It is a continuation of segments which fill the whole i.e. a chain of words blended together to form sentences

MAh – the gut is the seat o the unconscious mind where ones instincts lie. It is the ‘unknowing knowing’

MR – Bitter and weak like a marsh. The headwaters of a river are only atrckle nd hav stagnant pools causing the water to be bitter. Something that is bitter of taste or attitude. Rebellion is one with a bitter attitude

NA – To plead for what is desired

NH – Mourning, wailing

NW – To dwell/abode in a place of beauty and comfort for  long time

NCh -To continue outside i.e. the shepherd would guide his flock to a place with water to drink and green grass for pasturing. Once they arrive they are free to rest after the long journey. So they are guided during their journey to  place of rest and may sigh prior to resting

NY – Wailing, mourning

NL – It is to lead the flock at the end of a journey to pasture using the shepherds staff as a guide. Has an idea of the completion of a task, perfection

NN – Son continues the family lineage and properties [kind]. The seed is the continuation of life from the parent plant and the cycle continues generation after generation

NR – Rains in the mountainous areas cause a flooding of the rivers. The rivers swell  causing the water to flood the land next to the river. This is the only water that the land will see and is necessary for crop production. After the flood season, the land is ploughed by the use of a plow attached to the yoke of the oxen. The surface of the soil is dry but, when the soil is turned up it glistens in the sun from the water remaining in the soil. This water is necessary for the seed to begin germination.

YM – The sea or other large body of water is the place of storms an heavy surf

YN – Refers to wine; also to mire i.e. an area of wet, soggy, muddy ground;; a disadvantageous or difficult condition or situation

Words

Mana [Mem, Nun, Aleph]

To appoint, to count [perhaps weighing out implying to allot something, a measured amount; to ordain, set

Involves a pleading or request for something, thus the one appointing is most likely  have been requested something to which they have allotted it to the pleader.

Manah [Mem, Nun, Hei]

A division i.e. something divided up and allotted

The grouping together and counting of those who are of the same kind A desired pasture of beauty and comfort

Manoach [Mem, Nun, Vav, Chet]

A settled spot, place of rest [home]

MWCh is the marrow found within bone representing fatness, fullness.

Manown [Mem, Nun, Vav, Nun]

continuator, heir/son; [idea of resprouting i.e. propagating by shoots and figuratively means to be perpetual]

MWN are those of the same kind that look alike. We could say that the same kind is in actions, and so those who are righteous etc hav a likeness and this likeness is the image of God. Furthermore regarding resprouting, fruits from a particular seed will always look the same as they are of the same kind [of seed]. This will be maintained forever.

Note that a craftsman, AMWN is one  who is firm in his talents.

Manowr [Mem, Nun, Vav, Resh]

A yoke [for plowing]; a beam [i.e. the gleam of a fresh furrow which will be where seeds are planted]

Noach [bringer of rest] and his family were the only survivors of the flood. Yahuvah said he would never have the Earth see a flood like that ever again and sealed that promise with a rainbow. Rather than cause a flood, the Lord sent his son Yahuwshua who through his actions brought rest. He acted as the oxen would by providing a yoke for the less experienced and his mission was to plow the Earth to allow his word to take root. Remember a plough is a farming tool having one or more heavy blades to break the soil, turning it over, cutting a furrow [trench] prior to sowing.  He said several times that he is living water. In order for seeds to germinate in the furrows, water is required. Usually this water gets to land by floods from adjacent rivers and in that climate was the only water that the land would see. However, the Lord sent Yahuwshua living water who beamed with light just like the water in furrows would. It is his living water which allowed the seed to germinate in the Earth, people listened to his word, and accepted it into their hearts.

Note that MWR means to exchange, recompense, restitution. It also means Myrrh which is used as an exchange due to its monetary value. This may refer to the Jews being cut off from the tree and Yahuwshua sowing seeds for ‘those with ears to listen’, whom he would lay down his life for in exchange for their freedom.

Miniy [Mem, Nun, Yud]

Fate [like apportioning, as an idol]

Fate is unknown.

Mana’

to deny negatively or positively from benefit or from injury, to restrain, withold

Miyn [Mem, Yud, Nun]

To portion out a sort i.e a category of species, kind

It is blood which connects them

Yamiyn [Yud, Mem, Yud, Nun]

The right side, hand  of a person [stronger, more dexterous].Hebrew direction has East as in front, West is behind, South is right and North is left. The sun rises to the right, the south. Also has miyn hence implying that there is portioning of a kind. Binyamiyn means the son of the right hand [Benjamin]. This for your information was the name of the youngest son of Jacob aka Israel.

Minleh [Mem, Nun, Lamed, Hei]

Completion in i.e. produce; wealth; perfection

fgroup togehther count those of same kind

Last but not least

Aman – to stand firm as a support. A pillar which is something which grabs hold or supports something else. It is the passing of skill or strength to the next generation and a large number of the same kind are stronger than one.

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