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    This website is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License. You can share materials from this website for personal use only but you must link to and give credit to the source. The developer, Chadwick Young, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. Now that you have the gematria, or value of a word, you have to do some research about what that number means. Those who identify Abraham’s trained men with his servant Eliezer on the basis of the numerical value of the latter’s name are indulging in Midrash, as Scripture does not speak in gematria (numericals). With this type of interpretation one can interpret any name as he wishes, both in a positive and a negative manner. The term “gematria” comes from the Greek “geometria,” and the concept can be found in the writings of the Greek philosopher Plato. In rabbinic literature it first appears in the Baraita of the Thirty-two Rules, by Rabbi Eliezer in 200 CE. This text, which no longer exists except in references, elaborated 32 rules for interpreting the Bible. Just type the words, letters, or name you want to the input above to see the Gematria value. This type of coding practice was thought to be first used back in the 8th century BC. Since then, it has been adopted by the Jewish culture and similar variations have been used in the Greeks isopsephy, Arabic abjad numerals, and English gematria. Where x is the position of the letter in the language letters index (regular order of letters), and the floor and modulo functions are used. If you know the number, you can work back to a meaning expressed in words. Mispar HaPerati Method – Each letter value is the square of its standard method value. Simply put, for every “good” gimatriya, you can also likely find one with an opposite “meaning”. Mi Yodeya is a question and answer site for those who base their lives on Jewish law and tradition and anyone interested in learning more.

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