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Hebrew Symbol for Strength?

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Brass is the symbol for strength in Hebrew symbolism. It is also the symbol for firmness and hardness. Silver is the symbol of holiness and moral innocence and gold the symbol of the glory of God, celestial light, or the divine in general. Brass was used as a gold substitute and iron as a substitute for silver. The colors scarlet and crimson are symbols of blood which was often used to designate sin but also to designate happiness and joy.
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Hebrew doesn't use symbols, it actually just uses letters. Strength of will is: כוח (pronounced KO-akh)
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strength - כוח koach. faith - אמונה emuna. this is a dic - hebrew english. http://milon.morfix.co.il/default.aspx.
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'oz = strenght, power. The written form can not be done by my keyword.
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