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Ishmaelite Glossary

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A
Above - eleesh
Abraham - Oraham
Abyss - anzanoonzoo
Acceptable, good = Damakoo
Accounting of One’s Faults = Kanoo
Adam - Gemoord ("Geh-moor`d")
Adam and Eve -"Gemoord w' Moordeeyanag"?
Adult - rabdoo
Adultery - neekoo (any form of fornication); adulterer - nai`akoo
Adultery (adulterer) - hoovera (hoo-ver-ah)
Affliction - oolzana
And upon you be peace – Alookh Shalama (response to the Nabataean greeting
“Shalama Lookh” )
Afternoon - mooshaloo
ancient times - oomeepana (days of old)
Anger - beeroo
Allah is not God = Alaloeel
And = 1. Oo (When not connected to another word) 2. Wa (When connected to
another word. 3. W’ (an abbreviation of “Wa” )
Angel (various celestial beings in general) - malkha
anybody - maman (anyone)
anything - memenee (something)
Apprentice - shamalo
Aramaic - Aramaya
Archangel - reesh malkhe
Architect - ardeekhaloo
are - understood, no specific term; a plural noun indicates "are"
Ark – Kebuta
Ark of Honey = Keboota d’Deeshpo
Ark of the Covenant – Kebuta d’Keyama
Arrow - sheeltakhoo
ashes - toomroo (can also refer to burnt food)
associate - alakheeto`a (V. to associate)
associates - akheeto`e (pl. N. associates)
astrology - esheroo (generic term for all astrology); esheroo beeshto (practice of
astrology for evil purposes)
At that time - eenoomeeshoo (in those days, then)
Autumn – takreematee

B
Babylon - Babeeloo
Baby - lakoo
Birth - kharshoo
Bad = Beeshoo
Babylonian - Babeelaya
Bad spirit - rookha bisho (related to "evil spirit" but can also be used in reference
to human beings)
bead - ereematoo (pl. ereemato`e) also indicates stone or knot
being - haya (to be, to become) However, when speaking of the earth being
formed (or any other act with a proper pronoun and regular noun), we use a
phrase such as "create God did (the) earth" - the word is "did" which is connected
to the verb "create". In this particular case it is "eth" pronounced as in the word
"method". Another example, "Read Sarai did the book" (Sarai read the book)
Believer – Eelanoo (Favoured by Ahayah)
Believers – Eelanoo’e
Birth (give birth) - aladoo [literally: to or of child]
Bless (to bless, to give blessing) - karaboo {see also THANK GOD}
Blood - adamo
Book - ketava (also: document, writing)
bottle - lahanoo (flask)
Breast - eertoo (chest)
Birthing = Alma
bread - koosapoo
Brother - Akho
brotherhood - akhootoo
Burnt offering - yakda (see OFFERING)
Battle - same as "fight"
be (v.) - haya (become)
Body - walanoo
born on this day - oomeetoo
Burnt Offering - Yakda
but - lewa

C
Call - keereetoo (invitation, announcement)
Caravan - alakto
Chapter - Keplon
celebration - tasheeltoo (feast)
chest - eertoo (also "breast")
Chariot - narkabtoo
Chief judge – sartenoo
Compassion - khenana
Complain - nazamoo (verb)
Concubine – keeneeto
Covenant of Entry - Keyama d`Ereebwoo
child - ahooroo
Children = ahooro’e
clay tablet - neebzo
cold - kashoo (to be cold)
collection - karkoo
Consecration (purify) - kadeeshoota
Consort - kharmoo (male consort but not "khababoo")
Consultation - sheetaloo (verb: to take counsel, consulting)
Contention (rebellion, provocation) - memarmranoota (mem-arm-rah-noo-tah)
cool - kasho (to become cool, cool down)
Covenant - Keyama
constantly - geena (usually, always , permanently)
Constant Submission to God – 1. Kamasoo’ a-eeloo.(Most formal)
2.Kamasoo’eeloo (Moderately formal) 3. Kamasoo’eel (informal)
cursed - tamoo
curses - tamo`e
Create - akimaka
Creating – hakimaka
Creation - kimaka
Creator - kimakoo
Creed - keepto (belief)
Cup – agoobwoo
D
Daily (day to day, every day) - oomeeshama
Daughter = Beentoo
Daughter of = Beentoo
Dark day - ookooloo (day of darkness, time/era of darkness - used negatively)
spelling same for plural
Day - oomoo (pl. oome)
Day after tomorrow - leedeesh
Day before yesterday - eeshashoomee
Daylight - nooroo (daylight, light, lamp)
Day of birth - oomtaleetee (birthday)

DAYS OF THE WEEK


(Sunday - oomeesen
Monday - oomsheeta
Tuesday - oomshalsashee
Wednesday - oomerbe
Thursday - oomkhameesh
Friday - oomsheshe
Saturday – oomshebe)

Days to come - labareeshoome (with the passage of time, in the days to come)
dawn - kalmaree (early day, early in the morning; also used interchangeably with
"sheroo")
Dead - singular: meeto; plural: meetee
Death - meetoto
Decree (generic sense) - naboo
dedication - eekreebo (prayer, supplication)
Demon – 1. shedoo (see EVIL SPIRIT) 2. ala (moon god, a Jinn, evil spirit
inhabiting Saudi Arabia)
Descendants = Keeseetoo
Destroy - (to cause destruction) ahafato
Destroys - (same as above "destroy")
Destroyed (past tense) - see term for "dust"
Destruction - hafato
Detachment - la`eloo (not binding)
Devotion - sheletoo
diadem - peetootoo
difficult - kabatoo (burden, heavy)
Disease - moorshoo (there are various other terms for specific illnesses)
disease - moorshoo (illness, sickness)
divine punishment - enetoo
Divine Spirit (Energy of God)= Rookha d’Koodsha
divine supremacy - eeleelotoo (refers to the Sovereign Ahayah)
dough - leeshoo (cake)
Dry, dried - awalo

E
Ear - ooznoo (pl. oozno`e)
earlier - pana (previously)
Earth - epero
East - raba shamshee
Edom - Eedome`a; Edomite - Eedoomeet
egg - peloo
ego - (same as 'self' below unless you have something else in mind)
Egypt - Mosoroo
Elderly person - sheeboota; plural: sheeboota`e
Eldest son = koodooroo
Envy - see jealousy
Eve - Moordeeyanag ("Moor-dee-yah-nah-gh")
Evil = Maskoo
Evil spirit - beeshta
evil eye - enoo beeshto
Evening - noobatoo
every day - oomatee
everyone - seher wa-rabee (literally "small and great")
Eye - enoo (pl. eno`e)

F
Faith - tokoolto (faith, hope, reliance, trust, allegiance)
Faithfulness - Haimanuta
Fall (i.e.”The Fall”) - Anoo Do`emeesh (lit. "guilt {causing} great darkness")
Family – eeloto
Family Tree = Keeseetoo
Fate - shee`amtoo
Father - abwoo; my father - abwee
Fear, fearful - adareesh
Female - o`eeltoo
female garment - deeda
Festival - adeda
Final judgement - deeteeloo (court, legal system)
Firstborn son = bookroo
First person male - ekhadoo
First person female - ekhadeet
First person non-gender - ekhada
Flag - atoo (ah-too)
Flour - qemkoo
Forgiveness - napshoroo (to forgive)
Fight - alashgago
Fire - eeshato (Verb: aleeshato "to set ablaze")
Foot - shepoo
former - labeeroo (previous)
Feet - shepo`e
finger - oobanoo (pl. oobano`e)
fortune telling - rasheelooto`e makhekhoo (fortunes from false prophet/ess)
free - zakoo (guilt free, exempt, clean)
Free from sin – Zakoo ano
Friday - oomsheshe
from - ameeno
Fog - eembaroo
fixed date - adanoo
furious - nandooro
future - Akhreetoo

G
Godly - Ahayahio (ah-ha-yah-ee-oh), also "sacred", "divine like"
God through Melkheezedek = Ahayah al Melkheezedek
Good - Tayabo
Good spirit - rookha babana (also means "spirit of virtue", "virtuous spirit")
Grain storage, granary - kareeto
Greetings of peace - shalama
Greed - nasheenee
Gan Eden - Gan Eden ("Eh-dehn")
God - Eel
good afternoon - shoolmoo (greeting, good day, good morning, hello)
grant favour - sakharo (often used in personal names)
H
hair - pertoo
Hate - zeroo
Hatred - same as "hate"
Hatred of Evil - zeroo d'gal
Hatred of Good - zeroo d'babanoo

I
Ignorance - shala`i`oo
Immersion in God (Ahayah) - reheestoo"
Incense – sheeno
incense box - bet reeke (spice box, container for storing incense before offering)
inscribed tablet - egertoo
Instruction in knowledge - neendanoo
Intellectual (a negative term) - toopashsaroo
interest - seebtoo (financial interest)
It is God’s Will = 1. d’Ahayah (Formal) 2. d’Yah (informal, conversational) 3.d’Y
(For abbreviated messages i.e. texting)

H
Happy - Khadoo
Have/to have = eesoo
Heaven - shamoo
Hebrew - Eebraya
Help from Heaven – Beseeyata deshamoo
Hair – kazroo
hand – kapoo
Head - goolgooloo
Heart - leeboo (also related to: abdomen, centre, mind,)
Heal - albaleeto (verb, "to heal")
Heavenly Fire - eesheeloo (Divine Fire)
Hellfire - geero d'beeshto
Holy - koodsha (kood-shah)
Holy Book - Ketava Koodsha (keh-tah-vah kood-shah) in reference to the Holy
book of Shabta Eeshma`eel.
House of knowledge/learning/university - Bet oomanoto
House of the Dead (Hell) – Bet Meete
Honey -deeshpo
Hope - sa`ora
House of the Law - Bet Orayta (place of worship)
House of Rest (Paradise) –Bet Nakha
House of dust - (as in house of the dead, underworld) beteperoo
House to draw near - Bet Garabo (informal, used as an assembly of people for
worship)
Humankind - o`eelootoo (mankind, humanity) {see PEOPLE}
Husband - mootoo

I
Idolatry - petakhroota (petakh-roo-tah)
Idol - petakhra
In = eena
Incense - basmo (also sweet smelling perfume)
Inovation - khaseeso (as in new thought, bringing a new thought to the table,
etc)
Intoxication - shakartoo
Irreverent (sinful) - roosha
Ishmael - Eeshma`eel (eesh-mah-eel)
Islam is not of the House of God = Eesloomabeteel
injure - same as "wound" (verb)
Injury - same as "wound"
is - understood, no specific term
into - eena (depending on grammatical sense, also: in, from, with)

J
Jealousy - kee`oo (envy)
Jew (Jewish) - Yekhoodaya (yeh-khoo-dah-ya)
Jinn (Evil Spirit) – rookha bisho
Jinn (Good Spirit) – rookha babana
Judge -1. Dayano (pl. Dayano’e) The profession of a judge
Judgement 1. (V. To pass judgement) - dee`anoo (court, legal system) 2. (n.)
tasheemtoo (court, legal system)

K
King - malka
Kingdom of Israel - bet khoomree
Kill - aldako (verb) - not the same as "murder" (someone kills a chicken but they
murder a man; self defence is killing, outright taking of a life without just cause is
murder)
Kneel - see "submission"
Knowledge – Moodootoo
Knowledgeable - moodootoo (awareness, wisdom)

L
lake - tantoo (ocean, sea, large body of water)
lamentation - akholabaka
Law (God's Law) - Orayta; other law - namoosa (others use "namoosa" to also
refer to God's Law interchangeably with Orayta)
Learning, Education (Skill) – Oomanoto
leavened bread - enshoo
Lesson - Leegeenoo
Letter - seepro (as in correspondence)
Liberty (freedom) - kheroota
Light – nooro
Lie (as in deceit) - kazaboo
Lie (as in lay down) - alkararoo (to place an object)
Love - khaba; to love (verb) - khaboo
Love of Evil - ramoo d'gal
Love of Good - ramoo d'babanoo

M
Male - zeekaroo
Master - bweloo (in a governmental sense), malameedoo (related to religious
training - a master who trains a disciple in religious matters)
Medication (medicine) - asooto
Melek (singular) - Meleks
marriage/union - khashado
Meditation - awoo`a (see also "stillness")
Melek(plural) - Meleke
Melkhizedek = Melkheezedek
Membership - adama`ootoo (can also mean "of the same blood", "of the same
race")
Metatron = Meetra’en
meteorological phenomenon - aloodano
Mindfulness - baroo kabatoo
Modernize - edasho (to modernize; heresy, bidah, a negative term)
Month - arkhoo
Monthly (each month, month by month) - arkheesham
Moon – nanaro
Moral quality, correct, just, normal = Eesharoo
Mountain ridge, mt peak - zukto
move ahead - palashoo
Muffle - khatamoo (verb: to muffle, to quiet a sound)
Medicine – ashootoo
midday heat - kararoo
Midnight - panmooshee
Mind - leeboo (see also "heart")
Mouth - patoo (also means "gate", "opening")
Mist - akamoo
Monday - oomsheeta
Morning - mooshtertoom

N
Name - sheem (as in a person or place)
New (as in “new creation” ) - Khadta
need - sheebootoo (intent, intention, desire, wish)
neither - same as "nor" and "not"
new moon day - oombooboolee
nor - la (not, no)
No - la
No thank you = La Medeem
nobody - lameenee
Noon - mooshlaloo (midday, afternoon) see also "midday heat"
Night - mooshoo
Nose – apoo
North - eeshtanoo
Not of the the House of God (Having no Keyama) = Lobeteel

O
Oasis - oorebto
Oath - mameetoo
Obedient (also means “To hear”) - Shema
occult - natoo
Offering platter - adakooro
Offering - religious: korbano; non-religious: girbano (see BURNT OFFERING;
SERVICE)
offering cup - adagoro
offering table - mashkeetoo (altar)
Oneness - po`edoo (union, unity, oneness)
Oneness of God- po`edoo`eel
Ordinance (mandate) - pookdana
organised - taknoo (in order, established)
Offering – 1.koorbano (to make an offering - koorbanoo) 2. Yakda (A burnt
offering i.e. flour or an animal)
omens - dashto`e (singular: dashtoo)
or - woo
outcome - sheemtoo (lot, disposition)

P
Page – Tarpa
Pardon, forgive, exonerate - re`amoo
Passion(s) - pookoo, pookoo`e
Path (road) - orhoo
Path of God - (the way of God) Orhoo Ahayah
Peace be with you – Shalama Lookh (Nabataean Greeting)
Peace - shalama (verb: alshlama, "to make peace")
People - neeshee (person - neesho) {see HUMANKIND}
Perfection – gamra (also means “perfect or total completion”)
permanent - keenoo (carries same meaning as "loyal")
picnic table - pashurgeroo
Pillar - zamo (pl. zamo`e)
Plan of Melkheezedek - Temo Melkheezedek (purpose or overall plans, decisions
of Melkheezedek)
Please - adaneeka
Pomegranate - armanoo
Potter - khashbato
Praise - Zamaro
powers used against witchcraft - ooshboorodo
preach/teach - lamadoo (V = alamadoo)
Pray (verb, act of praying) - salo
Princess - goozalotoo
Promise - moolkana
Prophesy - (to prophesy, proclaim) naboo
Propitiation - khoosaya
Protected - nasaroo (guardianship)
Proverb - matla
Pride (proud, being haughty) - ravma
Psalms - mazmore (mahz-mo-reh)
Pagan - unless a specific pagan practice is concerned, the use of the term
"lobeteel" is used.
Pregnancy - areeto; a woman in childbirth is "khareeshta"
Provoke to anger - albeeroo
palmistry - rasheelooto`e kapoo (fortunes from hand)
Prostrate - same as "submission"
Pure Teaching - leegeenoo ebeboo
Purified (from guilt) – Zakoo

Recitation (similar to Nama Rupa/Zhikr) - baroo koodsha (holy attentiveness) . It


is related to "mindfulness" (see baroo kabatoo)
Reconciliation - taroota
Religion – kero
Remain = ree`ahoo -
Renew - edashoo (to renew, restore, resume)
Repentance - babaloo (to carry off guilt, repent)
Rest (to rest, verb) - nakhoo
Revelation (apparition, manifestation, act of revealing) - geelyana
Right hand - emeto
Rain – shamee`atoom (same spelling for plural)
Rainbow – manzee`at (often used in personal names)
ritual - dooloo

Sabbath - shabatoo (seventh day of week, day of rest)


sanctuary - ayako
Saturday – oomshebe
Saint – Khosda
Saints (plural) - Khosde
Scorpion - agrabwoo (ah-grahb-woo)
Section - Ket
Seasons – dashoom (pl. dashoome)
secret knowledge - pasheeroo (also means "a secret place", "hiding place")
Sects (religious) – Kero’e
Seed (descendent) - zera
self - ahe
Selfless - a`eeloo (related to "giving", "to give", "helpful", "not selfish
Selflessness - tabtanoo
Senior leader - rabo
Serpent - Shoomgaloo
Servant = dayaloo (generic term for any type of servant)
Service or "adoration." - Poolkhana
Shame - basho (to become ashamed - bashoo)
Should = Ayoo
Silent = karashoo
Sin - ano (a sin), sins (plural)"ano`e"; anoo (to sin, to be guilty)
Sing (verb, act of singing) - zamaro
Sister - akhato
Slander - karshoo; slanderer – karshee
sisterhood - akhatootoo
Sit - shoobto`a (sit to begin resting)
Slay - alnerto (verb, murder)
Snow – koopoo (ice, snowy)
somebody - manama (interchangeable with "anybody")
Snowman – amelkoopoo
Soil - eperoo (dust, land, hand-full of dirt)
Son = aploo
Son of = eeshkoo
South - shoota`yoo
Space - (as in outer space) bormo {the great expanse above the visible sky}
Speak - awoo (to speak)
speculate - alshapatoo (to make opinions/words from lips, as opposed to being
based on wisdom)
speculation – shapatoo
Spirit - rookha
Spirit Realm – She’ool
Spiritual - rookhanaya
Spiritual Pillars - Zama`e Rookha
Star - barMelkheezedek (pl. bareMelkheezedek)
Statement - abootoo
Stillness - oo`a (related to "meditation")
Stolen property - sherkoo
Stone – abno
storehouse - aboosoo
Study = Oomanoto
Sun - hafrato
Sunrise, disc of the sun - neepkhoo
Sustain - atableeto
Sustaining - (same as "sustain")
Spring - deeshoo
Stand - almuzeezo (verb)
Storm - ankhooloo
submission - kamasoo (literally means "constant submission", "kneel")
subterranean waters - anzanoonzoo (abyss, see also "nagboo")
suitable - shoolooko (fit, proper - as in a person)
Summer - ebooroo
Sunday - oomeesen
Sunrise - neepeeshamshee (also used symbolically for "East")
Sunset – shalamshamshee (also used symbolically for "West")
superstition - see "false belief"
surface - kakree`oo
Sustenance - tableeto
Scholar - Oomano
Seed (for plants) - kodeemoo
Seed (for offspring) - rekhobanoo (this is a combination of two words: "copulate"
and "gender", meaning "to engender a child, to build a child with seed, etc.)
Sex as in gender - bano (there are other terms for this that are used
interchangeably)
Sex as in sexual activity - rekhoo (noun); alrekho (verb) - this term also means: to
pour liquid, ejaculate, intercourse, copulate
Steal - sharakoo (verb)
Student - Talmeedo {fellow student - akhotalmeedo}
Student (Fellow Student) = Akhotalmeedo
sweet bread - mootkoo

table cloth - keendabasoo


tablet - toopa (pl. toopo`e)
taboo - anseelo
tasty - sa`ee`ahoo (delicious, savory, enjoyable)
tax - meeksa (religious tax, obligatory dues)
Thank God (expression: "thanks be to God") - Karaboo Ahayah (literally "to bless
God") {see also BLESS}
Thank you - tadee (tah-dee) {See YOU'RE WELCOME}
Third gender - o`eeloo (non-gender person, free man)
Thousand (1,000) – alapoo
thread - teeboo (twine, string)
Three Pillars - shalooshtoo d'daroo`e (lit. “ "(the) triad of (the) divine
foundations". Shalooshtoo means "triad" and "d'daroo`e" is the plural
"foundations". But this particular term for "foundations" is not meant for any
foundation of a building or platform.”
To become, turn = ewoo
To make right (To walk, turn and become correct) = Akaweesha (abbreviation for
“Akashoo ewoo eesharoo”)
To speak forth (pronounce, proclaim, order, decree)- kaboo
To turn and become correct (full version) = akashoo ewoo eesharoo (shortened
version: Akaweesha)
To walk = akashoo
Treaty, peaceful contract - adoo
Teacher - Moolameedo
Tear - laboo (pl. labo`e) as in "crying" (another term is "deentoo")
Teen - ahoora`oo (teenager, junior)
Tradition = khashanoo
True - sherara (also "truth")
Truly, for a certainty – awarsha
than - ato`ee
Theology – Geroo d’keyama (lit. “Religious Path or way”)
Thursday - oomkhameesh
to - al (verb)
to - ana (as in "to a place" or "going to the city" and not "to do", "to act", "to
read"), for (as in "in order", "for the purpose of")
Toe - sha`eep (pl. sha`eepe)
Tongue - leeshanoo (also means "language")
Tooth - sheenoo (pl. sheeno`e)
Tradition – 1. Orhoo (Path, way); 2. Khashanoo (lit. “fence”, ““To protect or guard”
Tuesday - oomshalsashee
Twilight – bararee (dusk)

U
Unacceptable, bad, very bad = lamoonoo
Unbeliever - lobeteel (literally means "not of the house of God")
underground water - nagboo (head of a river)
underworld - keelbo (refers to the underworld/afterlife in general)
unformed - lobanoo (not created)
Universe - (all things within creation outside the Divine Sphere of Ahayah)
nilaMelkheezedek (literally fluid/semen of Melkheezedek)
V
Verse - Haroz
Vice - hargolo (literally "a lock" or "gag" - anything that stops one from
progressing or going forward)
Virtue - babano (also means "beautiful," "wonderful")
Violence – habaloo
Voice - reegmoo (heavenly voice: eleesh)
void - reekoo (empty)

waist band – kano


War - algaro (verb, to war against)
wedding day - oomkhashadee
Wednesday - oomerbe
Well (as in "agreeable", "If it is well with you, I would like to begin preparing for
dinner now.") - shapeera
West (sunset, in the West, toward the West) - sheelan
What = Ayoo
wheat bread - kadootoo
Widow - armalto / armaltoo
Wilderness - esheetoo
Window – Aptoo
Wind – maneetoo
Window of Heaven – Aptoo d’Shamoo
Windows (plural) – Apto’e
Windows of Heaven - Apto’e d’Shamoo
Winter – kooshoo (cold, chilling weather)
witch - asheeptoo (fem. sorceress)
witchcraft - ko`eeshpe (magic, conjuring)
wizard - rageemoo
World = Alama
Worldly (of the world, secular status) - almai`oo
Woman servant - amtoo (young woman - ardatoo)
Womb - khardatoo
worldly = lepera`o (of the soil, of the earth, mundane matters)
worshipper - palookha
Wound - makhasha (noun, "a wound"); almakhasho (verb, "to wound")
Y
Yazata (singular) - khansha
Yazata’s (plural) - Khansho`e
Yes - hen
Yeshua/Isa/Issa/Jesus = Eeshoo
Yoke, harness - awshano
yesterday - amshat
You - ata (ah-tah); plural: atoone (ah-too-neh)
You're welcome - "ata, ata" ("you, you") with a very slight bow or hands slightly
cupped together and raised (but not above one's own neck). Due to the difficulty
in expressing this in writing we are forced to use a different or modern phrase
that would be equivalent to something on the nature of "not at all", "don't
mention it," "sure, no problem", "nada", etc. ==> "La meedeem" - it means "not
at all." {See THANK YOU}

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A
Aalrekho (verb) - Sex as in sexual activity. this term also means: to pour liquid,
ejaculate, intercourse, copulate.
ahooroo = child
Abno - Stone
aboosoo - storehouse
Abootoo - statement
Abwee - my father
Abwoo - father
adagoro - offering cup
Adakooro - Offering platter
Adama`ootoo - membership (can also mean "of the same blood", "of the same
race")
Adamo - blood
Adaneeka – Please
Adareesh - Fear, fearful
Adeda - festival
Adoo - Treaty, peaceful contract
a`eeloo (related to "giving", "to give", "helpful", "not selfish” - Selfless
Agoobwoo - cup
Agrabwoo (ah-grahb-woo) - scorpion
Ahafato - Destroy (to cause destruction)
Ahayah = The Name of God
Ahayah al Melkheezedek = God through Melkheezedek
Ahayahio (ah-ha-yah-ee-oh) - "divine like" Godly, , also "sacred"
ahe - self
Akashoo = To walk
Akashoo ewoo eesharoo = To walk, turn and become correct. Full form of
“Akaweesha”.
Akaweesha = To walk , turn and become correct. To make right. The act of
repentance and making things right. Abbreviated form of “Akashoo ewoo
eesharoo”.
Akhato - sister
akhatootoo - sisterhood
ahooro`e = Children
ahoora`oo (teenager, junior) = Teen
albeeroo = provoke to anger
alkararoo (to place an object) = lie as in lay down
akheeto`e (pl. N. associates) - associates
Akho - brother
akholabaka - lamentation
akhootoo - brotherhood
Akimaka - Create
Aladoo - [literally: to or of child] birth (give birth)
Akhotalmeedo = Fellow Student
Akhreetoo - future
ala – demon (moon god, a Jinn, evil spirit inhabiting Saudi Arabia)
almakhasho - verb. "to wound"
almuzeezo (verb) - Stand
amelkoopoo - Snowman
alnerto (verb, murder) - Slay
alshapatoo (to make opinions/words from lips, as opposed to being based on
wisdom) - speculate
al (verb) - to
aldako (verb) - - Kill. not the same as "murder" (someone kills a chicken but they
murder a man; self defence is killing, outright taking of a life without just cause is
murder)
Ahayah-eel wa-Hai Eesgada Melkheezedek (the word "hai" is pronounced as
hah-ee, almost like "hi" but not like "hay")- “Ahayah-(is)-God and-His Messenger
(is) Melkheezedek.”
alakheeto`a (V. to associate) – associate
Alakto - Caravan
Alapoo - thousand (1,000)
Almai`oo - worldly (of the world, secular status)
Alookh Shalama - And upon you be Peace (response to the greeting “Shalam
Lookh” )
Alaloeel = (lit. “Allah is not God) Associating anything with Allah. The term
Alaloeel is a play on their own concept (Shirk) - associating anything with Allah
would obviously be blasphemous in the Neo-Nabataean Aramaic faith.
Alaloeeloo = A person who associates anything with the Islamic deity of darkness
(Allah)
Alama = World (Also used to mean “forever. It is tied with the concept of time
and in relation to the eternal virginal mothering/birthing (alma) of the universe.
Alashgago - Fight
albaleeto (verb, "to heal") - Heal
ashootoo - Medicine
algaro (verb, to war against) - War
adanoo- fixed date
Alma = Birthing
aloodano - meteorological phenomenon
amadoo (V = alamadoo) - preach/teach
ameeno- from
amshat - yesterday
anseelo - taboo
anzanoonzoo (abyss, see also "nagboo") - subterranean waters
anzanoonzoo - abyss
Aploo = Son
ato`ee - than
Amtoo - woman servant
ana (as in "to a place" or "going to the city" and not "to do", "to act", "to read"),
for (as in "in order", "for the purpose of")- to
Ano - sin
Ano`e - sins (plural)
Anoo - to sin, to be guilty
Anoo Do`emeesh - ”The Fall” (lit. "guilt {causing} great darkness")
apoo- Nose
akamoo - Mist
ankhooloo-Storm
asheeptoo (fem. sorceress) - witch
Apto’e – Window (plural)
Apto’e d’Shamoo – Windows of Heaven (Plural)
Aptoo – Window (singl.)
Aptoo d’Shamoo – Window of Heaven
Aramaya - Aramaic
Ardatoo - young woman
Ardeekhaloo - architect
Arkheesham - monthly (each month, month by month)
Arkhoo - month
Armalto / armaltoo - widow
Armanoo - pomegranate
Asooto - medication (medicine)
Ata (ah-tah) - you
areeto = pregnancy
Ata, ata" - ("you, you") you're welcome - "with a very slight bow or hands slightly
cupped together and raised (but not above one's own neck). Due to the difficulty
in expressing this in writing we are forced to use a different or modern phrase
that would be equivalent to something on the nature of "not at all", "don't
mention it," "sure, no problem", "nada", etc. ==> "La meedeem" - it means "not
at all." {See THANK YOU}
Atableeto - Sustain
Atoo (ah-too)- flag
Atoone (ah-too-neh) -you (plural)
Awalo - Dry, dried
Awarsha - Truly, for a certainty
Awoo -(to speak)
awoo`a (see also "stillness") - Meditation
Awshano - Yoke, harness
ayako - sanctuary
Ayoo - what, should

B
Babaloo (to carry off guilt, repent) - repentance
Babano (also means "beautiful," "wonderful") - virtue
Babeelaya - Babylonian
Babeeloo - Babylon
bano (there are other terms for this that are used interchangeably) = sex as in
gender
Baroo Kabatoo (to watch searchingly mind; literally "mindfulness", "watchful
mind") - Mindfulness
basho - Shame
Bashoo - to become ashamed
Beentoo = 1. Daughter 2. Daughter of
beeroo = anger
Beeshoo = Bad
bararee (dusk) - Twilight
BarMelkheezedek (pl. bareMelkheezedek) - star
baroo kabatoo - (to watch searchingly mind; literally "mindfulness", "watchful
mind")
baroo koodsha (holy attentiveness) .- Recitation (similar to Nama Rupa/Zhikr)
Basmo - (also sweet smelling perfume) incense
Beseeyata deShamoo – Help from Heaven
Beeshta - evil spirit
Beteperoo - house of dust (as in house of the dead, underworld)
Bet Garabo - (informal, used as an assembly of people for worship) house to draw
near
Bet khoomree - Kingdom of Israel
Bet Meete - House of the Dead (Hell)
Bet Nakha - House of Rest (Paradise)
Bet oomanoto = House of knowledge/learning/university
Bet Orayta - (place of worship) House of the Law
bet reeke (spice box, container for storing incense before offering) - incense box
Bookroo = Firstborn Son
Bormo {the great expanse above the visible sky} - space (as in outer space)
Bweloo (in a governmental sense) -master

D
d’Ahayah = “It is God’s Will” (Formal)
Damakoo = Acceptable, good (not to be confused with Tayabo)
Dayaloo (generic term for any type of servant) - servant
Dayano (pl. Dayano’e) -The profession of a judge
Dee`anoo (court, legal system) - Instruction in knowledge
Deeshpo - honey
Deeteeloo (court, legal system) - final judgement
dashto`e (singular: dashtoo) - omens
dashoom (pl. dashoome) - Seasons
deeda - female garment
deeshoo - Spring
dooloo - ritual
d’Y = It is God’s Will” (Abbreviation )
d’Yah = “It is God’s Will” (Informal)

E
Edasho (to modernise) - modernise
Edashoo (to renew, restore, resume) - renew
Eebraya - Hebrew
Eedome`a - Edom
Eedoomeet - Edomite
eekreebo (prayer, supplication) - dedication
Eelanoo – Believer
Eelanoo’e - Believers
eeleelotoo (refers to the Sovereign Ahayah) - divine supremacy
eeloto = family
eena (depending on grammatical sense, also: in, from, with) – into
eenoomeeshoo (in those days, then) - at that time
eeshashoomee - day before yesterday
Eeshoo = Yeshua/Isa/Issa/Jesus
ebooroo -Summer
eembaroo - Fog
Eena - in
Eertoo - (chest) breast
Eeshma`eel (eesh-mah-eel) - Ishmael
Eesloomabeteel = Islam is not of House of God
Eesoo - have/to have
egertoo - inscribed tablet
Ekhadoo - first person male
Ekhadeet - first person female
Ekhada - first person non-gender
eertoo (also "breast")- chest
Eleesh - above
Emeto - right hand
enetoo - divine punishment
enshoo - leavened bread
Epero - Earth
Eperoo (dust, land, hand-full of dirt) - soil
ereematoo (pl. ereemato`e) also indicates stone or knot - bead
Esheetoo - wilderness
Eel- God
enoo beeshto - evil eye
Eesharoo = Moral quality, correct, just, normal
eeshato (Verb: aleeshato "to set ablaze")-Fire
esheroo (generic term for all astrology) - astrology
esheroo beeshto - (practice of astrology for evil purposes)
Eeshkoo = Son of
eesheeloo (Divine Fire) - Heavenly Fire
enoo (pl. eno`e) - Eye
Ewoo = To become, turn

G
Gamra – Perfection (also means “perfect or total completion” )
Gan Eden - Gan Eden ("Eh-dehn")
Geelyana - revelation (apparition, manifestation, act of revealing)
Geelyana Koodsha = Holy Revelation
geena (usually, always , permanently) - constantly
Girbano - religious offering
Goozalotoo - princess
Gemoord ("Geh-moor`d")- Adam
Geroo d’keyama (lit. “Religious Path or way”) - Theology
geero d'beeshto -Hellfire
Gemoord w' Moordeeyanag - Adam and Eve
goolgooloo - Head

H
habaloo = violence
Hafato - Destruction
Hafrato - Sun
Haimanuta - Faithfulness, especially when used in the context of a specific
religious practice.
Hakimaka - Creating
Hargolo (literally "a lock" or "gag" - anything that stops one from progressing or
going forward) - vice
Haroz - Verse
haya - be (v.) to be, to become, being
Hen - yes
Hoovera (hoo-ver-ah) - adultery (adulterer)
K
kabatoo (burden, heavy) - difficult
kaboo - to speak forth (pronounce, proclaim, order, decree)
Kadeeshoota - consecration (purify)
kadootoo - wheat bread
kakree`oo - surface
kalmaree (early day, early in the morning; also used interchangeably with
"sheroo")- dawn
kano - waist band
Kanoo - Accounting of One’s Faults
Karaboo Ahayah - {see also THANK GOD} bless (to bless, to give blessing)
Kareeto - grain storage, granary
Karshoo - slander
kararoo - midday heat
kamasoo (literally means "constant submission", "kneel") - submission
Kamasoo’ a-eeloo - Constant Submission to God (Most formal)
Kamasoo’eel - Constant Submission to God (informal)
kapoo - hand
Kamasoo’eeloo - Constant Submission to God (Moderately formal)
Karashoo - silent
karkoo - collection
Karshee -slanderer
kashoo - cold (to be cold)
kasho (to become cool, cool down) - cool
kazaboo = lie (as in deceit)
Kebuta - Ark
kazroo- Hair
Keboota d’Deeshpo = Ark of Honey. Used in the Tribe for consecration and for
the rite of Kanoo.
Kebuta d’Keyama - Ark of the Covenant
keelbo (refers to the underworld/afterlife in general) - underworld
keendabasoo - table cloth
kee`oo (envy) = jealousy
Khadoo - Happy
Khareeshta = A woman in childbirth.
kharshoo = birth
Khashado = marriage/union
Khashanoo - tradition
kodeemoo = seed (for plants)
Keeneeto - concubine
keenoo (carries same meaning as "loyal")- permanent
Keepto (belief) - creed -
Keereetoo - (invitation, announcement) call
Keeseetoo = Family tree, descendants
Keplon - Chapter
kero - Religion
Kero’e - Sects
Ket - Section
Ketava - (also: document, writing) book
Ketava Koodsha (keh-tah-vah kood-shah) - Holy Book, in reference to the Holy
book of the Ishmaelites
Keyama - Covenant
Keyama d`Ereebwoo - Covenant of Entry
Khaba - love
Khaboo - to love (verb)
Khadta – New (as in “New Creation” )
Khansha (singular) - Yazata
Khansho`e (plural)- Yazata’s
Khardatoo - womb
Kharmoo - (male consort but not "khababoo") consort
Khaseeso (as in new thought, bringing a new thought to the table, etc)
Khashanoo – Tradition (lit. “fence”, “To protect or guard” )
Khashbato - potter
Khatamoo - (verb: to muffle, to quiet a sound) muffle
Khenana - compassion
Kheroota -liberty (freedom)
Khoosaya - propitiation
Khosda – Saint (singular)
Khosde – Saints (plural)
Kimaka - Creation
Kimakoo - Creator
Koodooroo = Eldest son
Koodsha (kood-shah) - holy
Koorbano (to make an offering) - koorbanoo
koosapoo - bread
Korbano - offering
ko`eeshpe (magic, conjuring) - witchcraft
koopoo (ice, snowy) - Snow
kooshoo (cold, chilling weather) -Winter
L
La - no
labareeshoome (with the passage of time, in the days to come) - days to come
labeeroo (previous) - former
laboo (pl. labo`e) as in "crying" (another term is "deentoo")- Tear
la`eloo (not binding) - Detachment
lahanoo (flask) - bottle
lakoo = baby
Lamoonoo = Unacceptable, bad, very bad
lameenee - nobody
leeboo (also related to: abdomen, centre, mind,) - Heart
leeboo (see also "heart") - Mind
leedeesh - day after tomorrow
Leegeenoo = Lesson
leegeenoo ebeboo - Pure Teaching
leeshanoo (also means "language")-Tongue
leeshoo (cake) - dough
lepera`o (of the soil, of the earth, mundane matters) -worldly
lewa - but
lobanoo (not created) - unformed
Lobeteel (literally means "not of the house of God") – unbeliever, They have no
keyama. Also means “pagan”.

M
makhasha (noun, "a wound")- Wound
Malameedoo (related to religious training - a master who trains a disciple in
religious matters) - master
Malkha - Angel (various celestial beings in general)
Malka - king
Mameetoo - oath
mashkeetoo (altar) - offering table
Matla - proverb
Mazmore (mahz-mo-reh) - psalms
Meeto – dead, singular
maman (anyone) - anybody
Maskoo = Evil
Meeksa - tax (religious tax, obligatory dues)
Melkheezedek’en = Metatron
Meleks-Melek (singular)
Meleke – Melek(plural)
Melkheezedek =Melkhizedek
Melkheezedek ad’Ahayah = Melkhizedek by the Will of Ahayah
Memarmranoota (mem-arm-rah-noo-tah) - contention (rebellion, provocation)
Meetee – Dead, plural
Meetoto - death
Meetra’en = Metatron
Moodootoo (awareness, wisdom) – 1. Knowledge 2.Knowledgable
Moolkana - promise
Mootoo - husband
moorshoo (there are various other terms for specific illnesses) = disease
Mosoroo - Egypt
Moolameedo = Teacher
mootkoo - sweet bread
memenee (something) - anything
Moordeeyanag ("Moor-dee-yah-nah-gh")- Eve
manama (interchangeable with "anybody") - somebody
mooshtertoom -Morning
mooshaloo -Afternoon
mooshlaloo (midday, afternoon) see also "midday heat"- Noon
mooshoo - Night
manzee`at (often used in personal names) - Rainbow
maneetoo - Wind

N
Naboo – 1. prophesy (to prophesy, proclaim) 2. decree (generic sense)
nagboo (head of a river) - underground water
nai`akoo = adulterer
Nakhoo - rest (to rest, verb)
Namoosa - other law (others use "namoosa" to also refer to God's Law
interchangeably with Orayta)
Nanaro - Moon
nandooro - furious
Napshoroo (to forgive) - forgiveness
Narkabtoo - chariot
Nasaroo -(guardianship) protected
nasheenee = greed
Nazamoo - (verb) complain
neebzo - clay tablet
neekoo = adultery (any form of fornication)
Neendanoo - Instruction in knowledge
neepeeshamshee (also used symbolically for "East") -Sunrise
Neeshee - people
Neeshee Hanokh people of Enoch - (does not necessarily indicate the "seed of
Enoch" or his descendants; this is more on the line of those who are his friends or
associates)
Neesho- person
NilaMelkheezedek (literally fluid/semen of Melkheezedek) - universe (all things
within creation outside the Divine Sphere of Ahayah)
Nooro - light
natoo - or - woo
nooroo (daylight, light, lamp) - daylight
noobatoo- Evening
nor - la (not, no)

O
O`eeloo -third gender (non-gender person, free man)
O`eeltoo - female
O`eelootoo - humankind (mankind, humanity)
oo`a (related to "meditation") - Stillness
Oolzana - affliction
Oomeeshama - daily (day to day, every day)
Oorebto - Oasis
Oraham - Abraham
Orayta - law (God's Law)
Oo = And (when not attached to another word)
Oomano = Scholar
Oomanoto – Learning (Skill)
Oomanoto - Learning, Education (Skill)
Orhoo – 1. path (road) 2. Tradition
Orhoo - Ahayah path of God (the way of God)
Orhoo Koodsha = Holy Tradition
oomeepana (days of old) - ancient times
oomeetoo- born on this day
ookooloo- dark day(day of darkness, time/era of darkness - used negatively)
spelling same for plural
oomtaleetee (birthday) - day of birth
oomeesen- Sunday
oomsheeta- Monday
oomshalsashee- Tuesday
oomerbe- Wednesday
oomkhameesh - Thursday
oomsheshe - Friday
oomshebe - Saturday
oomsheshe- Friday
ooshboorodo - powers used against witchcraft -
ooznoo (pl. oozno`e) - Ear
oomatee- every day
oomeesha - daily
oombooboolee - new moon day
oomsheeta- Monday
oomerbe- Wednesday
oomeesen- Sunday
oomkhameesh - Thursday
oomshalsashee - Tuesday
oomkhashadee - wedding day
oomoo (pl. oome) - Day
oobanoo (pl. oobano`e) - finger

palashoo - move ahead


palookha - worshipper
Pasheeroo (also means "a secret place", "hiding place") - Mindfulness
pana (previously) - earlier
panmooshee - Midnight
pashurgeroo - picnic table
patoo (also means "gate", "opening")- Mouth
peetootoo - diadem
peloo - egg
pertoo - hair
Petakhra - idol
Petakhroota (petakh-roo-tah) - idolatry
Po`edoo (union, unity, oneness) - oneness -
Po`edoo`eel - oneness of God-
Po`edoo`eel (oneness of God)
Pookdana -ordinance (mandate)
pookoo, pookoo`e - Passion(s)
Poolkhana - service (practice, religious service, adoration)

Q
Qemkoo - flour

R
Raaba - leader
Raabo - senior leader
rabdoo = adult
ramoo d'gal - Love of Evil
ramoo d'babanoo - Love of Good
rasheelooto`e makhekhoo (fortunes from false prophet/ess) - fortune telling
rasheelooto`e kapoo (fortunes from hand) - palmistry
rageemoo -wizard
Rashna - Rashnu
Ravma - pride (proud, being haughty)
Ree`ahoo - remain
Re`amoo - pardon, forgive, exonerate
reekoo (empty) - void
reegmoo (heavenly voice: eleesh) - Voice
Reesh malkhe - arch angel
reheestoo" - Immersion in God (Ahayah)
rekhobanoo = seed (for offspring) this is a combination of two words: "copulate"
and "gender", meaning "to engender a child, to build a child with seed, etc.
rekhoo (noun) = sex as in sexual activity
Rookha - spirit
Rookha babana - Jinn (Good Spirit)
Rookha bisho - Jinn (Evil Spirit)
Rookha d’Koodsha = Divine Spirit (energy of God)
Rookhanaya - spiritual
Roosha - irreverent (sinful)

S
sa`ee`ahoo (delicious, savory, enjoyable) - tasty
Salo - pray (verb, act of praying)
Sa`ora - hope
Sarasha - Sraosha
Sartenoo - Chief judge
shala`i`oo - Ignorance
shalooshtoo d'daroo`e (lit. “ "(the) triad of (the) divine foundations". The three
pillars.
seebtoo (financial interest) - interest
Seepro - (as in correspondence) letter
Seher wa-rabee (literally "small and great") - everyone
Shalama - greetings of peace
Shalama Lookh – Peace be upon you (Nabataean greeting)
shalamshamshee (also used symbolically for "West") - Sunset
Shamoo - heaven
Shapeera - well (as in "agreeable", "If it is well with you, I would like to begin
preparing for dinner now.")
Shedoo - demon (see EVIL SPIRIT)
shapatoo - speculation
shee`amtoo - Fate
Sheeno - Incense
sheletoo - Devotion
She’ool – Spirit Realm (Separate from Shamoo)
Sherara - true (also "truth")
sheeboota = elderly person. plural: sheeboota`e
shakartoo = intoxication
sharakoo (verb) = steal
Sheelan - west (sunset, in the West, toward the West)
sheeltakhoo - arrow
Sheem - name (as in a person or place)
Sheetaloo - consultation (verb: to take counsel, consulting)
Shema – Obedient (also means “To hear” )
Sherkoo - stolen property
shoobto`a (sit to begin resting) - Sit
Shoomgaloo-Serpent
Shoota`yoo - south
sakharo (often used in personal names) - grant favour
Shalama (verb: alshlama, "to make peace") - Peace
sheebootoo (intent, intention, desire, wish) - need
sheemtoo (lot, disposition)- outcome
shoolmoo (greeting, good day, good morning, hello) - good afternoon
shoolooko (fit, proper - as in a person)- suitable
shepoo- Foot
shepo`e - Feet
sha`eep (pl. sha`eepe) - Toe
sheenoo (pl. sheeno`e) - Tooth
shamee`atoom (same spelling for plural) - Rain
shabatoo (seventh day of week, day of rest) - Sabbath
oomshebe - Saturday

T
tabtanoo - Selflessness
Tadee (tah-dee) - thank you{See YOU'RE WELCOME}
Tableeto - Sustenance
taknoo (in order, established) - organised
Talmeedo = Student
tamoo - cursed
tamo`e - curses
tantoo (ocean, sea, large body of water) - lake
Taroota - reconciliation
tasheeltoo (feast)- celebration
takreematee - Autumn
Tarpa - Page
Tasheemtoo (court, legal system) – Judgement (n.)
Tayabo - good
teeboo (twine, string) - thread
Temo Ilmashalwah - Plan of Ilmashalwah (purpose or overall plans, decisions of
Ilmashalwah)
Tokoolto (faith, hope, reliance, trust, allegiance) - faith
toomroo (can also refer to burnt food) - ashes
toopa (pl. toopo`e) - tablet
toopashsaroo - Intellectual (a negative term)

W
W’ = And (abbreviation of “Wa”) used when the word ‘and” is connected to
another word.
Wa = And (used when attached to another word).
walanoo - Body

Y
Yakda - burnt offering (see OFFERING)
Yekhoodaya (yeh-khoo-dah-ya) - Jew (Jewish)
Z
Zakoo (guilt free, exempt, clean) - free
Zakoo ano - Free from sin
Zama`e Rookha - Spiritual Pillars
Zamaro - 1. Praise (as in to honour or sing the praises of an Honourable person.
Zamo (pl. zamo`e) - Pillar
Zamora Melkheezedek – Praise Melkheezedek
Different from “Karaboo” which is to praise Ahayah.); 2. (verb, act of singing)
Zeekaroo - male
Zerav- seed (descendent)
zeroo - Hate
zeroo d'gal - Hatred of Evil
zeroo d'babanoo - Hatred of Good
Zukto - mountain ridge, mt peak