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The Meaning of ISHaRaAL (Israel) in Ancient Hebrew - "AL (God) [Is] Straight"

The word for "Israel", the man and nation, in Ancient Hebrew is ISHaRaAL. It is pronounced as [eesharah-al]. It means "AL (God) is straight". This name was given to IOQaB (Jacob) because he, like and for IEUE ALEIM, remained like a cord—straight, upright and righteous after striving with both ALEIM and humans. ISHaRaAL is a phrase name of three words which are: I (He), SHaR (cord), and AL (God) (with a default "a" between SHaR and AL). AL means God or god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox.

The word ISHaRaAL has a double-a [ah] sound before the final LaM (aka lamed); because the similarly written word ISHaRaL (without a double-a) only means "straight-to" or "straight towards". LaM can mean "to" or "towards"; and a default "a" [ah] is required before it if it is used as a suffix.There were also other instances in Ancient Hebrew where a double-a sound was required. For example: 1) DaAG [dah-ag] (sorry), 2) MaLaAK [malah-ak] (angel or messenger), 3) RaASH [rah-ash] (head), 4) BaARaTS (in land), and 5) KaASHaR (in which). If there was not a double-a in these cases they would mean: 1) DaG (fish), 2) MaLaK (king), 3) RaSH (chief), 4) BaRaTS (in potsherd/fragment), and 5) KaSHaR (prosper).

Other beings—MaLaAKIM (angels) and humans—have also had a name with AL at the end. For example: 1) GaBaRIAL (Gabriel) meaning "AL is My First-Top Strong-man/Hero", 2) MIKaAL (Michael) meaning, "AL is Might-Subduer", 3) ISHaMOAL (Ishmael) meaning, "AL, He Hears", 4) SHaMUAL (Samuel) meaning, "AL is their Lungs", 5) DaNIAL (Daniel) meaning, "AL is My Judge", and 6) ICHaZaQaAL (Ezekiel) meaning "AL He is Strong".


ISHaRaAL [eesharah-al] (aka Israel) — the Man (aka IOQaB/Jacob) and Nation — Means 'AL is Straight'

 

ISHaRaAL means:
1) He cord, AL (God); or
2) straight, AL; or
3) remnant, AL; or
4) AL He [is] cord; or
5) AL [is] straight; or (the best meaning)
6) AL [is] remnant


ISHaRaAL is a phrase-name of three words (with a default "a" between two of them):

i) I = he (before another word, in the abstract [personal] sense)

ii) SHaR = cord (H3474, AHLB#: 1480)

iii) A default “a” [ah] has been inserted after SHaR because the next word starts with A (AL), and if we don’t insert another “a” [ah] we will get the phrase “ISHaRaL” which only means “straight-towards" or "straight-to". LaM can mean "to" or "towards"; and a default "a" [ah] is required before it if it is used as a suffix.

Similarly, if we did not insert a default "a" before the last words of the phrase-names Michael and Ezekiel we would get the phrases MIKaL and ICHaZaQaL, which only mean "might-subduer towards" and "he-strong towards", respectively.

In other words:

• ISRaEL should be ISHaRaAL, but the letter a after the R is correct in both words because ISHaRaL only means "straight-to".
• MICHaEL should be MIKaAL, but the letter a after the CH/K is correct in both words because MIKaL only means "might-subduer towards".
• EZeKiEL should be ICHaZaQaAL, but the underlined letters i and a are similar in the sense that they are each additional vowels after the k/q, because ICHaZaQaL only means "he-strong towards".

Disimilarly in this respect, in the following AL-suffixed names the main correction to their ending is only the sound of the AL (aka aleph)—from E to A.
• GaBRIEL should be GaBaRIAL.
• ISHMAEL should be ISHaMOAL.
• SaMUEL should be SHaMUAL.
• DaNIEL should be DaNIAL.

Here are some more instances in Ancient Hebrew where a double-a [ah ah] sound is required:

DaAG (a word)
Sorry
H1672
דּאג
English Transliteration: dag
English Transliteration (including default "a"[s]): DaAG
English Transcription (pronunciation): [dah-ag]

If this word did not have a double-a sound it would be the word for "fish": DaG (H1709)

MaLaAK (a word)
Angel, Messenger
H4397
מלאך
English Transliteration: mlak
English Transliteration (including default "a"[s]): MaLaAK
English Transcription (pronunciation): [malah-ak]

If this word did not have a double-a sound it would be the word for "king": MaLaK (H4428).

RaASH (a word)
Head
H7218
ראשׁ
English Transliteration: rash
English Transliteration (including default "a"[s]): RaASH
English Transcription (pronunciation): [rah-ash]

If this word did not have a double-a sound it would be the word for "chief": RaSH (AHLB#: 1458)

Ba-ARaTS (a phrase)
in land
בארץ
H772, H776, H778
English Transliteration: B-ARTS
English Transliteration (including default "a"[s]): Ba-ARaTS
English Transcription (pronunciation): [bah-arats]

If this word did not have a double-a sound it would be the phrase for "in potsherd/fragment": Ba-RaTS (AHLB#: 1455-A [N], H7518).

Ka-ASHaR (a phrase)
in which
כאשׁר
H834
English Transliteration: K-ASHR
English Transliteration (including default "a"[s]): Ka-ASHaR
English Transcription (pronunciation): [kah-ashar]

If this word did not have a double-a sound it would be the word for "prosper": KaSHaR (H3787, AHLB#: 2294 [V]).

iv) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

ISHaR means "Straight: To be in a straight line, path or thought" (AHLB#: 1480-L [V]).

ISHaR also means "Remnant" (AHLB#: 1480 N-m-III)—because, "Ropes and cords were usually made of bark strips such as from the cedar or from the sinew (tendon) of an animal [the remnant]." (AHLB)

When ropes and cords attached tents to the ground they did not lie on the ground flat and shrivelled, they were straight and made an angle with the ground between 0 and 90 degrees, or were vertical (upright).

ALEIM (IEUE) told IOQaB (incorrectly known as Jacob) after IEUE wrestled with him in the form of a man (Gen 32:24) (Note: this man was not IEUESHUO E MaSHICH) that his new name was ISHaRaAL. This was because IOQaB had wrestled physically, emotionally and spiritually with: other humans before this man-manifestation of IEUE, with this man-manifestation itself, and then had prevailed by keeping his body and thoughts straight and upright like a cord (SHaR) (being righteous). In other words IOQaB remained like a cord—straight, upright and righteous after striving with both ALEIM and humans. He would have to be a THUB [thoob] (good) wrestler to stay on his feet when wresting ALEIM!

Concordant Literal Version (CLV) AH BaRaASHIT (Genesis) 32:28 And saying is He [IEUE] to him, "Not IOQaB shall your name be called longer, but rather I-SHaR-aAL is your name. For UPRIGHT [SHaR-I-T, H8280] are you with the ALEIM and with mortals, and are prevailing."

SHaRIT [shah-reet] (H8280)—meaning upright—is another word derived from the parent root word SHaR (cord). It was used in the verse above to help confirm the meaning of ISHaRaAL.

Being straight like a cord and remnant is a characteristic of IEUE ALEIM Himself, and then after that of the man IOQaB/ISHaRaAL. Man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM. All other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

(Here is evidence that the Star of David is merely a simplified diagram of the Madonna Lily: one of two national flowers of the nation of ISHRAL—The Paleo Hebrew Tudor Rose and Fleur de Lis.)

The Masoretic pronunciation of [Y-ih-S-ee-R-ar-ey-L] is wrong because:

a) The first letter ID (aka yod) requires no (chireq [one dot]) vowel point under it because it was not changeable—it only had an I [eeh] sound. "Y-ih" (the yod and chireq point) has the sound of [eeh-ih] and the [ih] sound is unecessary.

b) The second letter SHaN always had a SH sound and never an S (from the letter sin) sound (shin has a dot on its top right; sin has a dot on its top left).

c) The vowel after the second letter SHaN (aka sin) should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [eeh] (shewa [two stacked dots] vowel point) sound. There was a default "a" [ah] sound between any two true Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are SHaN and RaSH (aka resh).

d) The vowel after the third letter RaSH (aka resh) should be an "a" [ah] sound—not an [ar] (qamets [T-shaped] vowel point) sound—but not because of any vowel point under the RaSH. There is a default "a" [ah] after the RaSH because the letter AL (aka aleph) is always an A, and, again, if there were no default "a" between the RaSH and AL we would get the word "ISHaRaL" which only means "straight towards".

e) Again, the letter AL (aka aleph) (after the RaSH) was not a changeable (by vowel-points) nor silent letter—but always had an A [ah] sound. In this case the tsere (two adjacent dots) vowel point under the aleph that gives the EI [eh-eeh / ey] sound is unecessary.


Other Phrase-Names with 'AL' at the End

1. GaBaRIAL [gabareeh-al] (aka Gabriel) — the Arch MaLaAK (Angel) — AL is My First-Top Strong Man

GaBaRIAL means:
• arched-back first-top my, AL (God); or
• AL [is] my first-top arched-digging-back, or
• AL [is] my first-top strong-man/hero

GaBaRIAL is a phrase-name of three words:
i) GaBaR = first and top arched-digging-back (of a human or higher being) (H1354, AHLB#: 1048)
ii) I = my (after another word, in the abstract [personal] sense)
iii) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

Being a first and top strong being, is a characteristic of IEUE ALEIM Himself; and then after that of the MaLaAK (angel) GaBaRIAL. Again: man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM; and all other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

The Masoretic pronunciation of [G-ah-B-ee-R-ih-ey-L] is wrong because:

a) The vowel after the second letter BaT (aka bet) should be a should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [eeh] (shewa [two adjacent dots] vowel-point) sound. There was a default "a" [ah] sound between any two true Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are BaT and RaSH (aka resh).

b) The vowel after the third letter RaSH (aka resh) should be an I [eeh] sound—not an [ih] (chireq short [one dot] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point under the RaSH. The letter ID (aka yod) (after the NaN) was not a changeable letter—but always had an I [eeh] sound.

c) The fifth letter AL (aka aleph) always had an A [ah] sound. It was never silent and never required vowel-points. In this case the tsere (two adjacent dots) vowel point under the aleph that gives the EI [eh-eeh / ey] sound is unecessary. Also AL (strong authority) is a separate word to I (my) and there is no need to insert a vowel between I and AL—whether it be from a vowel-point, or default "a"—because ID is a different vowel to (the letter) AL.


2. MIKaAL [meekah-al] (aka Michael) — the Arch MaLaAK (Angel) and Restrainer of the Power of Lawlessness — AL is Might-Subduer

MIKaAL means:
• might subduer, AL (God); or
• AL [is] might subduer

MIKaAL is a phrase-name of two words (with a default "a" between them):
i) MIK = works at might-subduing, might subduer (H4134, AHLB#: 1287)
ii) A default “a” [ah] has been inserted after MIK because the next word starts with A (AL), and if we don’t insert another “a” [ah] we will get the phrase “MIKaL” which only means “might-subduer towards" or "might-subduer to".
iiI) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

The English word meek can mean exactly the same thing as it did in Ancient Hebrew. In English meek has two meanings. In the verbal (oldest) sense, often used in the USA (of horses) it means, to tame or to break. In the younger adjective sense (derived from the verbal sense) it means, humble, modest, meager, or self-effacing or submissive, despirited, or of broken will. (Here are some more words that are the same in English as Ancient Hebrew.)

Being a might-subduer is a characteristic of IEUE ALEIM Himself; and then after that of the MaLaAK (angel) MIKaAL. Again: man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM, and all other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

MIKaAL [meekah-al] (Michael) the Arch-MaLaAK (angel) is the restrainer of 2 Thessalonians who is preventing SHaTHaN (Satan) (the power of lawlessness) from unleashing his full power and fury on the Earth. When the body of the final Anti-MaSHICH is resurrected after being dead for three days and three nights, it will be because MIKaAL will just have been removed. At that moment the Great 3.5 year Tribulation will commence. During the tribulation the wisest believers (virgins) will be in the place of safety, while SHaTHaN especially makes war with the less wise virgins (remnant of the woman's seed).

The Masoretic pronunciation of [M-ih-K-ar-ey-L] is wrong because:


a) The vowel after the first letter MA (aka mem) should be an I [eeh] sound—not an [ih] (chireq short [one dot] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point under the MA. The letter ID (aka yod) (after the MA) was not a changeable letter—but always had an I [eeh] sound.

b) The vowel after the third letter KaP (aka kaph) should be an "a" [ah] sound—not an [ar] (qamets [T-shaped] vowel point) sound—but not because of any vowel point under the KaP. There is a default "a" [ah] after the KaP because the letter AL (aka aleph) is always an A, and, again, if there were no default "a" between the KaP and AL we would get the word "MIKaL" which only means "might-subduer towards".

c) Again, the letter AL (aka aleph) (after the KaP) was not a changeable (by vowel-points) nor silent letter—but always had an A [ah] sound. In this case the tsere (two adjacent dots) vowel point under the aleph that gives the EI [eh-eeh / ey] sound is unecessary.


3. ISHaMOAL [eeshamoh-al] (aka Ishmael) — the Elder Half Brother of ITSaCHaQ (aka Isaac) — AL, He Hears

ISHaMOAL means:
• He hears, AL (God); or
• AL, He hears

ISHaMOAL is a phrase-name of three words:
i) I = he (before another word, in the abstract [personal] sense)
ii) SHaMO = hear (H8085, AHLB#: 2851) — the same word as in "Hear O ISHaRaAL" (DaBaRIM [Deu] 6:4)
iii) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

Being a hearer is a characteristic of IEUE ALEIM Himself; and then after that of the man ISHaMOAL. Again: man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM, and all other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

The Masoretic pronunciation of [Y-ih-SH-eeh-M-ar-ey-L] is wrong because:

a) The first letter ID (aka yod) requires no (chireq [one dot]) vowel point under it because it was not changeable—it only had an I [eeh] sound. "Y-ih" (the yod and chireq point) has the sound of [eeh-ih] and the [ih] sound is unecessary.

b) The vowel after the second letter SHaN (aka shin) should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [eeh] (shewa [two stacked dots] vowel point) sound. There was a default "a" [ah] sound between any two true Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are SHaN and MA (aka mem).

c) The vowel after the third letter MA (aka mem) should be an O [oh] sound—not an [ar] (qamets [T-shaped] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point under the MA. The letter ON (aka ayin) (after the MA) was not a silent nor changeable letter—but always had an O [oh] sound.

d) The vowel after the fourth letter ON (aka ayin) should be an A [ah] sound—not an EI [eh-eeh / ey] (tsere [two adjadent dots] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point on the ON. The letter AL (aka aleph) (after the ID) was not a silent letter—but always had an A [ah] sound. Also AL (strong authority) is a separate word to SHaMO (hear) and there is no need to insert a vowel between SHaMO and AL—whether it be from a vowel-point, or default "a"—because ON is a different vowel to (the letter) AL.


4. SHaMUAL [shamooh-al] (aka Samuel) — the Prophet — AL is their Lungs

SHaMUAL means:
• lungs their, AL (God); or
• AL [is] their lungs

SHaMUAL is a phrase-name of three words:
i) SHaM = lungs, in the concrete (primary) sense (H8034, AHLB#: 1473) — CHaNE (Hannah) was barren (1 Sam 1:2), and IEUE breathed from His lungs life into her desolate womb by giving her SHaMUAL. The two front teeth pictograph (SHaN) in this case means "two"; and the water pictograph (MA) in this case means "mighty". Together this makes "two mighty" and these refer to lungs. There are at least three different meanings of each Ancient Hebrew word. The next (action [functional]) definition of SHaM is "breathe" because this is what lungs do. Finally, the abstract (personal) meaning of SHaM is "name". This is because, "The breath of a man is character, what makes one what he is. The name of an individual is more than an identifier but descriptive of his character or breath" (AHLB, p 278); a person should live and breathe their (righteous) purpose (name). There is no English word "lungs" in (more) literal bible versions like the AV, CLV or YLT; because one of SHaM's (hidden) meanings is "lungs".
ii) U = their or they (after another word, in the abstract [personal] sense)
iii) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

Being a set lungs is a characteristic of AL IEUE Himself, and then after that of the man SHaMUAL also. Again: man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM, and all other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

The Masoretic pronunciation of [SH-ee-M-U-ey-L] is wrong because:

a) The vowel after the first letter SHaN (aka shin) should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [eeh] (shewa [two stacked dots] vowel point) sound. There was a default "a" [ah] sound between any two true Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are SHaN and MA (aka mem).

b) The fourth letter AL (aka aleph) always had an A [ah] sound. It was never silent and never required vowel-points. In this case the tsere (two adjacent dots) vowel point under the aleph that gives the EI [eh-eeh / ey] sound is unecessary. Also AL (strong authority) is a separate word to U (of him) and there is no need to insert a vowel between U and AL—whether it be from a vowel-point, or default "a"—because UU is a different vowel to (the letter) AL.



5. DaNIAL [daneeh-al] (aka Daniel) — the Prophet — AL is My Judge

DaNIAL means:
• judge my, AL (God); or
• AL [is] my judge

DaNIAL is a phrase-name of three words:
i) DaN = judge (H1835, AHLB#: 1083)
ii) I = my (after another word, in the abstract [personal] sense)
iii) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

Being a judge is a characteristic of IEUE ALEIM Himself; and then after that of the man DaNIAL. Again: man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM, and all other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

The Masoretic pronunciation of Daniel [D-ar-N-ih-Y-ey-L] is wrong because:

a) The vowel after the first letter DaL (aka dalet) should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [ar] (qamets [T-shaped] vowel-point) sound. There was a default "a" [ah] sound between any two true Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are DaL and NaN.

b) The vowel after the second letter NaN (aka nun) should be an I [eeh] sound—not an [ih] (chireq short [one dot] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point under the NaN. The letter ID (aka yod) (after the NaN) was not a changeable letter—but always had an I [eeh] sound.

c) The vowel after the third letter ID (aka yod) should be an A [ah] sound—not an EI [eh-eeh / ey] (tsere [two adjadent dots] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point on the ID. The letter AL (aka aleph) (after the ID) was not a silent letter—but always had an A [ah] sound. Also AL (strong authority) is a separate word to I (my) and there is no need to insert a vowel between I and AL—whether it be from a vowel-point, or default "a"—because ID is a different vowel to (the letter) AL.


6. ICHaZaQaAL [eechazaqah-al] (aka Ezekiel) — the Prophet — AL He is Strong

ICHaZaQaAL means:
• He strong, AL (God); or
• AL He [is] strong

ICHaZaQaAL is a phrase-name of three words (with a default "a" between two of them):
i) I = he (before another word, in the abstract [personal] sense)
ii) CHaZaQ = strong (H2388, AHLB#: 2152)
iii) A default “a” [ah] has been inserted after CHaZaQ because the next word starts with A (AL), and if we don’t insert another “a” [ah] we will get the phrase “ICHaZaQaL” which only means “he-strong towards" or "he-strong to".
iv) AL = god, but more specifically "strong authority" and is short for ALEIM, which means Mightiest Breathing Working Older Yoked Ox. (H410, AHLB#: 1012)

Being strong is a characteristic of IEUE ALEIM Himself; and then after that of the man ICHaZaQaAL. Again: man and MaLaAKIM (angels) were made in the image of ALEIM, and all other names with AL at the end follow this suit.

The Masoretic pronunciation of [Y-ee-H-eh-Z-ee-Q-ey-L] is wrong because:

a) The first letter ID (aka yod) requires no (shewa [two stacked dots]) vowel point under it because it was not changeable—it only had an I [eeh] sound. "Y-ee" (the yod and shewa point) has the sound of [eeh-eeh] and the second [eeh] is unecessary.

b) The vowel after the second letter CHaTS (aka het) should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [eh] (seghol [three dots in an inverted triangle] vowel-point) sound. There was a default "a" [ah] sound between any two true Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are CHaTS and ZaN (aka zayin).

c) The vowel after the third letter ZaN (aka zayin) should be a default "a" [ah] sound—not an [eeh] (shewa [two stacked dots]) sound. Again, there was an default "a" [ah] sound between any two Ancient Hebrew consonants. In this case the two consonants are ZaN and QaP (aka qoph).

d) The vowel after the fourth letter QaP (aka qoph) should be an "a" [ah] sound—not an EI [eh-eeh / ey] (tsere [two adjadent dots] vowel-point) sound—but not because of any vowel point on the QaP. There is a default "a" [ah] after the QaP because the letter AL (aka aleph) is always an A, and, again, if there were no default "a" between the QaP and AL we would get the word "ICHaZaQaL" which only means "he-strong towards".

e) Again, the letter AL (aka aleph) (after the QaP) was not a changeable (by vowel-points) nor silent letter—but always had an A [ah] sound. In this case the tsere (two adjacent dots) vowel point under the aleph that gives the EI [eh-eeh / ey] sound is unecessary.


Conclusion

The word for "Israel" in Ancient Hebrew is ISHaRaAL. It is pronounced as [eesharah-ral]. Its best meaning is "AL is Straight".

Article Last Updated Mar 14, 2012.


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