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1 - Your name is beautiful and holy. 2 - I personally know someone else with this name. 3 - Bais Hamedrash Shem V'Ever - page 195 says this name is from the Yemei Habainaim which is known as the dark ages. Bais Hamedrash Shem V'Ever says it is spelled with a Yud. קדיש 4 - Tiv Gitin at the end of letter Kuf mentions the name Kadish. Tuv Gittin says it is ...


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Indeed, "Kadesh" is a noun, also (The answer stating that it is a verb is also correct, but it is not the only interpretation.) See here: Kadesh or Qadhesh in Classical (Hebrew: קָדֵשׁ‎), also known as Qadesh-Barneaʿ (קָדֵשׁ בַּרְנֵעַ),1 is a location mentioned in the Hebrew Bible where a number of historical events took place. Kadesh was an ...


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I have never heard of Kadesh as a first name, and Kadesh is indeed a command verb (Kadesh = Make it holy, and Kodesh = is holy), but why is that a reason for mockery? The famous Jewish name "Go'el" (גואל) is also a verb for example, future tense verbs are also extremely famous, such as the patriarchs Yaacov (יעקב) and Itzhak (יצחק) At least from the "verb" ...


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The Ibn Ezra (cited by the Malbim as being in Parshas Bo, but I assume he means to refer to his comments to Shemos 3:15) explains that ה' צבא-ות refers to Hashem being the upholder of the צבא השמים. The Radak to Yeshaya 6:3 says that it refers to the armies on High and below. The Malbim to Yeshaya 6:3 (you can see it here), in explaining the line ק' ק' ק' ...


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I'm having trouble locating a single source that explains when the names of the books of the Torah occurred, as that would strengthen and shorten my answer. But, I'll provide some sources that I believe support my theory that the style of referring to the 5 books by their 1st name is a carry over from naming parshiot this way. First, there's this article. ...



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