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  1. ...s what the word itself means. The Hebrew ru´ach (spirit) is believed to come from a root having the same ...

    10 Answers · Society & Culture · 08/05/2013

  2. ...word here translated "spirit" is an derivative of 'ru'ach'. Some translators render it "breath". When the...

    8 Answers · Society & Culture · 30/04/2013

  3. ... from his own Forer effect. Edit: "[E]ach student had received identical copies assembled by...

    4 Answers · Society & Culture · 24/04/2013

  4. ... word "spirit" comes from the Hebrew word ru'ach, pneuma in Greek. Depending on the context it could mean, "life force...

    8 Answers · Society & Culture · 23/04/2013

  5. ... the Hebrew word translated to English ru'ach and the Greek word pneuma both translated to spirit mean wind, air...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 21/04/2013

  6. ...the waters. * “And . . . active force (spirit).” Heb., weru′ach. Besides being translated “spirit,” ru′ach is also...

    7 Answers · Society & Culture · 27/03/2013

  7. ... they looked at the chariots and thought "Ach, we'll just stay here." That's not a very exciting story...

    9 Answers · Society & Culture · 24/03/2013

  8. ..., except the spirit of God. The Hebrew word ru′ach and the Greek pneu′ma, which are often translated “spirit...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 19/03/2013

  9. ... follows the loss of the spirit (active force) of life (Heb., ru′ach chai·yim′).—Ge 6:17, ftn; 7:15, 22; Ec 3:19 The...

    16 Answers · Society & Culture · 17/03/2013

  10. ..., nephesh, literally, a breather), and have spirits (Hebrew, ru′ach, breath, or that which makes alive) The teaching or doctrine of...

    5 Answers · Society & Culture · 07/03/2013

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