(The) Matzot • הַמַּצּוֹת Hamatzot
Same spelling as "Mitzvot" - "Commandments"
Cattle • בְּהֵמָה B'heimah
Domesticated livestock, animals
Cattle, oxen, herd • בָּקָר Bakar
First found in Parashat Vayeira.
Donkey, ass • חֲמוֹר Chamor
In Genesis chapters 33 and 34 Jacob purchases a parcel of land from the children of Chamor and calls it "Eil Elohei Yisraeil" - "God resides and protects Israel."
Fat • חֵלֶב Cheilev
First referred to in Genesis as the "fat of the land." Same root as "honey."
Fruit of Your Land • אַדְמָתְךָ Ad'mat'cha
Kid, small goat • גְּדִי G'di
Involved in a deception. First time mentioned as payment for sex between Tamar and Judah (Judah was Tamar's father-in-law). The offspring of this relationship were sons Perez and Zerah
Lamb • שֶֹה Seh
First mentioned as payment to Laban from Jacob so he is able to go back to his home land. Animal husbandry. Deception.
Matzot • מַצּוֹת Matzot
Milk • חָלָב Chalav
Can also be referred to as "fat."
Of Your Land • אַדְמָתֶךָ Admat'cha
In Exodus accompanies "first fruits," in Deuteronomy if accompanies "and the fruit."
Ox, cattle • שׁוֹר Shor
Root first found in Genesis 16:7 as a destination.
Produce, fullness, juice of the vat - liquor • מְלֵאָתְךָ וְדִמְעֲךָ M'leiat'cha V'dimacha
Skimming the produce of the vat. "Demah" can be referred to as "liquor."
Sheep, small cattle • צֹאן Tzon
Domesticated sheep or small cattle
Vineyard • כָּרֶם Karem (Kerem)
First found in Genesis Chapter nine, is part of an introduction to sustainability as an ethic
Young Bulls • פָּרִים: Parim
Can also refer to young goats
wine • יַיִן yayin
Intoxicant, Forbidden to drink by the Nazarite. Genesis, Chapter 9 introduces sustainability.