H8432

תוך

תוך
thawak

Masculine noun · From an unused root meaning to sever

From an unused root meaning to sever; a bisection, i.e. (by implication) the centre:—among(-st), × between, half, × (there-, where-), in(-to), middle, mid(-night), midst (among), × out (of), × through, × with(-in).

Outline

  1. midst, middle
    1. midst, middle
    2. into, through (after verbs of motion)
    3. among (of a number of persons)
    4. between (of things arranged by twos)
    5. from among (as to take or separate etc)

Usages (1/8)

Genesis 1:6

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waters in the Hebrew is Shamayam which means heaven. The firmament is known today as the ozone layer. It divides the "waters" on earth from the "waters" in space

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Genesis 2:9

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The trees are metaphorical (Revelation 22:1-2). They refer to the formation of the heavens, the stars, etc. E.g. Issachar was well-versed in studying the stars (1 Chronicles 12:32). The tree of life represents the knowledge of righteousness, whereas the tree of knowledge of good and evil represents both good and evil (Sirach 17:7)

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Genesis 3:3

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fruit of the tree Philosophies of the other nations

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Genesis 3:8

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voice of the LORD The prophets that were there at the time (Jeremiah 42:21). Trees of the garden: The other nations (Ezekiel 31:5, Psalms 1:3, Mark 8:22-24). cool of the day A metaphor meaning before the destruction; when everything is okay. E.g., currently, the prophets are preaching in 'the cool of the day' before the heat of the day comes, i.e. the time of Jacob's trouble.

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