Take a few moments and unlearn.
You may be surprised to find out some words mean things other than what you thought you knew!!!
to discard something learned especially bad or false information
in todays meaning this means a single distinct meaningful element of speech or writing. However in its original Hebrew meaning it is the word dabar which means speech or word that comprises the thought, word and the deed.
to make or become different from a Latin word cambire which means to barter from the Hebrew word allasso I change, alter, exchange, transform
of or arousing the gratification of the physical senses especially the sexual from the Greek word katastréniaó to become wanton against
not the same as each other or another from the Latin word differs and originally from the Hebrew word kilayim which means two kinds
the action of seducing someone from the Latin word seducere which means to draw aside. Originally from the Greek word deleázō (from delear, "bait") – properly, to bait a hook or set a trap with bait; (figuratively) entice a victim into a moral trap, luring them in through their own selfish impulses.
facts, information or skills acquired by a person through experience or education from the Greek word gnosis. Also kin to the word know which is originally the Hebrew word yada (who is the first cousin to Yoda,…..JK)
a belief or faith in something or someones ability to hurt, harm or injure a person. contrary to popular belief fear is a learned behavior originally from the Hebrew word phobos which means panic flight, to flee or with draw or separate from.
the state quality or fact or being innocent of a crime or offense from the Latin word innocentia meaning not harming and originally from the Hebrew word naqiy which means blameless
make or become less tense or to rest or engage in enjoyable activities. Originally from the Hebrew word rapha which means heal
harmony or accordance in opinon or feeling originally from the Hebrew word ya'ad which means to appoint or appointment.
the combination of qualities such as shape, color or form which is pleasing to the aesthetic senses especially the sight from the Hebrew word yophi to be fair or beautiful.
a way or track laid down for walking from the Hebrew word orach and the root word arach which meaning to wander, journey or go.
today's dictionary defines love as an intense feeling from Latin word libido or desire. Contrary to popular belief love is not a feeling but a commitment based on love, good will and esteem. This love is from the Hebrew called agape and refers to divine love.
feeling or showing sorrow from the OId English soed which means sated, weary, weighted or dense. The Hebrew word ra means adversity.