Cleansing A Sinful Heart-Season 1
A Greek name of a city for "the city of wonder."
Name of the country where Zac, Hadasa and her friends reside in which either means "a level place," "uprightness," "plain," or "plateau."
Name of Mishor's capital city that devries from a Greek term chrysos (χρυσός) to mean "gold."
Miyauchi (宮内) is the protagonist's Japanese surname for "inside temple," and Zaccai (זַכָּי) is the Hebrew first name for "pure."
Larue is a French surname for "the street," and Hadasa (הֲדַסָּה) is a Hebrew personal name for "myrtle;" it usually refers to Common Mrytle flowers in Israel.
Kaleb (כָּלֵב) is a Hebrew given name which devries from another Hebrew word keleb (כֶּלֶב) for "dog."
A Hebrew name of the current monarch of the constitutional monarchy where Zac and his friends live for "Yahweh's my strength."
A Hebrew word for "God" or "god;" its a plural version of eloah (אֱלוֹהַּ) which is a plural form of el (אֵל) of the same meaning. It implies that Elohim the only superior God that's above all of humanity and all the gods created by humans on Earth.
Hamashiach Yeshua (הַמָּשִׁיחַ יֵשׁוּעַ)
Hamashiach (הַמָּשִׁיחַ) is Hebrew name for "The anointed." Yeshua (יֵשׁוּעַ) is a shorter form of a Hebrew name of Yehoshuah (יְהוֹשׁוּעַ) for "the Lord is salvation." It's Jesus Christ's Hebrew name.
A Dutch surname based off of a Biblical Latin given name Ananias, which devries from a Biblical Hebrew given name Chananyah (חֲנַנְיָה) for "Yahweh is gracious." It's pronounced Hah-nah-niah, not Ha-na-nie-ah.
Mufaro is a Shona surname, which is used in one of Zimbawean tribes, for "joy," "rejoicing," or "happiness." Lia is a Biblical Latin name that devries from a Biblical Hebrew name Lay'ah (לֵאָה); it also devries from a Hebrew term la'ah (לָאָה) for "to be weary" or "to be paitent."
Hardwick is an English surname in Old English Heordwīc for "herding village" or "herding town." Eliezer (Ἐλιέζερ) is a Biblical Greek and Latin version of a Biblical Hebrew name Eli'ezer (אֱלִיעֶזֶר) for "my Elohim is help."
Castillo is a Spanish version of an English surname Castle which devries from an Middle English term castel for "castle." Castel originates from a Late Latin word castellum to define a person living by the castle. Atara (עֲטָרָה) is a Biblical Hebrew name for "crown."
Guerrero is a Spanish surname for "warrior" which serves as a soldier's occupational name. Uriah is a Biblical version of a Biblical Hebrew name Ooriyah (אוּרִיָה) for "Yahweh is my light."
Yoon (尹 (윤)) is a Korean surname that means "to govern" or "to oversee." Shifra (שִׁפְרָה) is a Biblical Hebrew name for "beautiful," "fairness," "clearness (of a sky)," "brightness," or "garnish."
Maina is an Eastern African or Kikiyu, or one of the Kenyan tribe names, surname meaning "sing" or "dance." Yosef (יוֹסֵף) is a Biblical Hebrew name to mean "He will add," deriving from a Hebrew root word yasaf (יָסַף).
A Biblical Hebrew name of the sixth Hebrew alphabetical letter and its numeric value is six; Vav is its Modern Hebrew name.
A Hebrew name of the first Hebrew alphabetical letter and its numeric value is one.
A Hebrew name of the second Hebrew alphabetical letter and its numeric value is two.
Name of a third Hebrew alphabetical letter and its numeric value is three.
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