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164 are the number of parshiot in the book of Shemot. (Rambam, Hil. Sefer Torah, 8:4)
(I'm counting phrases hyphenated in the cantillation as comprising separate words and not one each.)
Yitzchak gave several blessings: Genesis 27:27–29, 27:39–40, 28:3–4. Outside of these, he spoke 164 words recorded in the Torah:
(I'm not counting 28:6, which is merely quoting/paraphrasing him.)
Yitzchok was 164 years old when Yosef became Bar Mitzva.
Yaakov was 91 when Yosef was born, Yitzchok was 151 when Yosef was born. 151 + 13 = 164