Goat, kid • עֵזEiz
First mentioned as an offering of thanksgiving from Avram to God. In Genesis 15:7 God tells Avram that he was brought out of Ur of the Kashdeem.
Grapes • עֲנָבִיםAnavim
Term used as a grape-blood metaphore
Grapes (cluster of) • אֶשְׁכֹּלEshkol
Deuteronomy 1:24 refers to a location however that location implies the presence of grapes within the narrative.
Kid, small goat • גְּדִיG'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
Milk • חָלָבChalav
Can also be referred to as "fat."
Oil • שֶׁמֶןShemen
First appears as a sacrificial libation by Jacob when he sets the stone on which he rested his head as a pillar. He anoints the pillar with oil. In Exodus, first identified as fuel.
Ox, cattle • שׁוֹרShor
Root first found in Genesis 16:7 as a destination.
Pleasing smell (odor) • רֵיחַ נִיחֹחReiach Nichoach
Appears in 3 sections of Leviticus and 2 sections of Numbers referring to the aesthetic surrounding sacrifices.
Tree • עֵץEitz
Often associated with fruitfulness and purity.
Wheat (fine) • סֹלֶתSolet
First appears in the story of Abraham asking Sarah to prepare cakes to welcome strangers. Generally describing the fine wheat for the sacrifices. Does not appear in Deuteronomy.
Young Bull • פַּרPar
First appears in Parashat Tetzaveh as an offering from the priests. Only appears once in Exodus an does not appear in Deuteronomy.