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Parable that illustrates a point of law in the Talmud. Latin “aggados” < Aramaic “aggadah” < Hebrew “higgid”=to make clear.

Common Welsh surname meaning twin. Latin “Thomas” < Greek “thomas” < Aramaic “Ta’oma”=twin.

Promised deliverer of the Jewish nation or any liberator. Greek “Messias” < Aramaic “mesiha” < Hebrew “masiah” < “masah”=to anoint.

Related to Easter or Passover. From Latin “pascha”=Easter < Greek “paska”=Passover < Aramaic < “pasah”=to pass over.

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