ruach רוּחַ

Strong’s Concordance: H7307

Hebrew Letters: רוח (Resh-Wa-Het).

Part of speech: Feminine Noun

Definition: Spirit, wind, breath. The word is used to refer to the Spirit of Elohim (Genesis 1:3). The Ruach (Spirit) of Elohim inspired the prophets to utter their prophecies (Numbers 11:17, 1 Samuel 10:6). Elohim makes the spirits of men which gives them alive (Zechariah 12:1). The spirit is from Elohim and leaves and death (Genesis 6:3; Psalm 78:39).The word also used to describe the breathe of men and the natural wind that blows.

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