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- What is the meaning of the Hebrew word shalom? Read the Bible. Ask a Question. Get an Answer. Questions. ... Are we to bear other’s burdens or our own? (Galatians 6:5)
- Hebrew layish, lay'-yish, from Heb. luwsh, loosh, to knead, in the sense of crushing: a lion (from his destructive blows): (old) lion. Hebrew shachal, shakh'-al, from an unused root probably meaning to roar; a lion (from his characteristic roar): (fierce) lion. From the NT: Greek leon, leh-ohn', a primary word a "lion."
- The Hebrew word is 'anī, which refers mostly to the poor and the humble. Neither the Greek nor Hebrew words imply that the upper class is better, but the English word which translated them (and its Old French counterpart) developed that implication. However, that part of the English word's meaning has been fading out over the past two centuries.