(And with the) Deer • וְכָאַיָּל V'chaayil
(And your) Anointing Oil • וְיִצְהָרֶךָ V'yitzharecha
(And your) Sweet Wine • וְתִירשְׁךָ V'tirosh'cha
(And) Antelope • וְדִישֹׁן V'dishan
(And) Antelope of a Different Species • וּתְאוֹ Ut'o
(And) Gazelles • וּצְבִי utz'vi
(And) Mountain Sheep • וָזָמֶר Vazmer
(And) Red Deer (Ibex) • וְיַחְמוּר V'yachmur
(And) Wild Goat • וְאַקּוֹ V'ako
(The) Gazelle • הַצְּבִי Hatz'vi
(The) Matzot • הַמַּצּוֹת Hamatzot
Same spelling as "Mitzvot" - "Commandments"
(The) Meat • הַבָּשָֹר Habasar
Also may be defined as "flesh."
(The) Ram • הָאָיִל: Haayil
Associated with a burnt offering and in Leviticus 8 referred to as the "scapegoat." In Deuteronomy it is translated as "deer" (venison).
(With the) Gazelle • כַּצְּבִי Katz'vi
(With) Standing Grain • בַּקָּמָה Bakamah
Associated with the counting of the Omer.
(Your) Grain • דְּגָנְךָ D'gan'cha
(Your) Sheep or Small Cattle • צֹאנֶךָ Tzonecha
Bird • עוֹף Of
foul, flying thing (insects) First found on the fifth day of creation
Bird (Variation) • צִפּוֹר Tzipor
In Parashat Balak, Numbers 22, Tzippor is the father of Balak and referred to as such.
Bread • לֶחֶם Lechem
First reference in Bereishit is part of a curse.
Cattle • בְּהֵמָה B'heimah
Domesticated livestock, animals
Crop Yeild • תְּבוּאֹת T'vuot
Fins and Scales • סְנַפִּיר וְקַשְֹקֶשֶֹת S'napir V'kaskeset
The type of fish that is permissible to eat; if it has fins and scales. Swordfish is a question since it's a predatory fish. Carp is a bottom feeder but only at certain times of the year.
Flesh • בָּשָֹר Basar (Vasar)
Also appears as "Vasar."
Flocks • צֹאנְךָ Tzoncha
Your flocks of sheep or small cattle. Sheep were the first domesticated animals.
Food, cereal, meat, supplies (food), provisions • אֹכֶל Ahchol, ocheil, uchal
First appears in the permitted food to eat in the Garden of Eden.
Fruit of Your Land • אַדְמָתְךָ Ad'mat'cha
Goat (Female) • עִזִּים Izim
First found in Parashat Toldot
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
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.
Oxen • בְּקָרֶךָ B'korecha
Herd of cattle or oxen
Ram • אַיִל Ayil
Part of Avram's vision of fruitfulness. Numbers 5:8 as a "ram of apology"
Sheep (flocks of) • וּבָקָר Uvakar
In the context of "and flocks of sheep." Connected to the word "tzon"
Sheep, small cattle • צֹאן Tzon
Domesticated sheep or small cattle
Tree • עֵץ Eitz
Often associated with fruitfulness and purity.