(And the) Kid, goat • וְהַשָּׂעִיר V'hasair
(And) Goats, Rams • וְאַיִל V'ayil
This representation is first found in Genesis when Avram is told that he will possess a land of his own with many offspring.
(The) Fat • הַחֵלֶב Hacheilev
See the entry for "fat."
(The) Kid, goat • הַשָּׂעִיר Hasair
(The) Meat • הַבָּשָֹר Habasar
Also may be defined as "flesh."
(Your) Vineyard • כַּרְמְךָ Karm'cha
(and) Honey • וּדְבָשׁ Ud'vash
First time the Promised Land is referred to as a good land flowing with "milk and honey."
Bird • עוֹף Of
foul, flying thing (insects) First found on the fifth day of creation
Calf • בֶּן-בָּקָר Ben Bakar
Literal translation can be "son of the herd." Veal.
Cattle • בְּהֵמָה B'heimah
Domesticated livestock, animals
Fat • חֵלֶב Cheilev
First referred to in Genesis as the "fat of the land." Same root as "honey."
Goat (Female) • עִזִּים Izim
First found in Parashat Toldot
Goat, kid • עֵז Eiz
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.
Incense • קְטֹרֶת סַמִּים K'toret Samim
Incense of sweet spices
Incense Regular • קְטֹרֶת K'toret
These incense can be of the herbal or wooden variety. When wooden consider a smoked product and when herbal consider a dry rub or any herbal seasonings. Word does not occur in Deuteronomy.
Kid • שְֹעִיר S'ir
Can also be referred to as "goat."
Kids, goats • שְֹעִירֵי S'irei
Milk • חָלָב Chalav
Can also be referred to as "fat."
Ox, cattle • שׁוֹר Shor
Root first found in Genesis 16:7 as a destination.
Ram • אַיִל Ayil
Part of Avram's vision of fruitfulness. Numbers 5:8 as a "ram of apology"
Seed • זֶרַע Zera
First found in the third day
Sheep (Alternative) • כֶּשֶֹב Kesev
Term used for sheep for sacrifice.
Spice (for incense) • סַמִּים Samim
Related to cardamom. Dry rub.
Tree • עֵץ Eitz
Often associated with fruitfulness and purity.
Venison, game • צָיִד Tzayid
In Genesis 10:9 the context is "hunter of game." Actual meaning is provision but sometimes used contextually as venison or game.
Young Bull • פַּר Par
First appears in Parashat Tetzaveh as an offering from the priests. Only appears once in Exodus an does not appear in Deuteronomy.