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Old Yesterday, 12:12 PM
 
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Thanks for that link, Pruzh! Here's a gematria name for you:

Pruzhany (פרוז׳ני) is 353. A Hebrew name with the same number is Elyashiv (אלישיב), meaning "G-d will answer." A High Priest named Elyashiv is mentioned in the Book of Nechemiah (3:1).
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Old Yesterday, 12:13 PM
 
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I truly believe that a person can have no other name, but not only that, the names of their parents and grandparents were name accordingly, and if they have siblings, the siblings or the only child will tell a story.

Whoever you are, it is no koinkadink in my eyes, even the decades old pictures have reason, but then, I am Hannibal, and I believe that what is, it was meant to be.

Hannibal (חניבעל), your name's number is 110. A Hebrew name with the same number is Yamin (ימין), meaning "the right hand" which symbolizes goodness and blessings. Also, Joseph in the Bible lived to the age of 110. May you have as many (if not more) good and blessed years!
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Old Yesterday, 12:15 PM
 
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Thank you, my dear.

Did you hear that Hannie...Pretty as a fig...still want me to stop into Texas?
PS I used to love walking in the San Antonio picking the figs off the bushes...I love TX.

You're welcome, Miss Hepburn. I've never been to Texas, but I luuuve Texas smoked brisket! ("Curiously, the one cut of beef that Texans and Jews agree upon."}


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4iDDw2PpCC4
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Old Yesterday, 12:50 PM
 
Location: Eretz Yisrael
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Thanks for that link, Pruzh! Here's a gematria name for you:

Pruzhany (פרוז׳ני) is 353. A Hebrew name with the same number is Elyashiv (אלישיב), meaning "G-d will answer." A High Priest named Elyashiv is mentioned in the Book of Nechemiah (3:1).
Pruzhany is the name of city. The translation of my actual Hebrew name is 'Crafty'. So my Hebrew name is........ Which makes my biblical mothers name...... which is what relation to Rachel?
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Old Yesterday, 01:47 PM
 
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Pruzhany is the name of city. The translation of my actual Hebrew name is 'Crafty'. So my Hebrew name is........ Which makes my biblical mothers name...... which is what relation to Rachel?

"Crafty" is one of the meanings of the Hebrew name Naftali, who was born to Bilhah, who served as a surrogate mother on Rachel's behalf.
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Old Yesterday, 08:51 PM
 
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"Crafty" is one of the meanings of the Hebrew name Naftali, who was born to Bilhah, who served as a surrogate mother on Rachel's behalf.


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Old Today, 03:37 AM
 
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Now that you've confirmed my guess as to your Hebrew name, I can tell you what Rabbi and Rebbetzin Blech had to say about it!

Your corresponding word which shares the same number (570) as your Hebrew name of Naftali is לשמר (lishmor* meaning "to guard, to preserve")

Your corresponding phrase (again, with all the letters in the phrase totaling 570) is: איש גבור חיל (Ish gibor chayil* meaning "A man of valor.")

Your special blessing, based on this gematria is: "He will wrestle with evil and fervently guard his principles."

*Transliterations are mine.
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Old Today, 04:57 AM
 
Location: Eretz Yisrael
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Now that you've confirmed my guess as to your Hebrew name, I can tell you what Rabbi and Rebbetzin Blech had to say about it!

Your corresponding word which shares the same number (570) as your Hebrew name of Naftali is לשמר (lishmor* meaning "to guard, to preserve")

Your corresponding phrase (again, with all the letters in the phrase totaling 570) is: איש גבור חיל (Ish gibor chayil* meaning "A man of valor.")

Your special blessing, based on this gematria is: "He will wrestle with evil and fervently guard his principles."

*Transliterations are mine.
Which thus yields the Tribe of Naphtali.
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