(And to) Feast or Eat with Delight • וַיֹּאכַל Vayochal
(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.
(And) Grape Vines • וְגֶפֶן V'gefen
(And) Pomegrante • וְרִמּוֹן V'rimon
First mentioned in Parashat Tetzaveh and describes adornment on priestly vestment.
(and) Figs • וּתְאֵנָה Ut'einah
Bitter Waters • מָרִים Marim
Similar consonants to Miriam which will be included in these references.
Bread • לֶחֶם Lechem
First reference in Bereishit is part of a curse.
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."
Gardens • כְּגַנֹּת K'ganot
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.
Heifer, cow, to be fertile • פְּרֵה Farah, P'rei
First introduced in the angel's blessing of Jacob after the struggle; saying that Jacob will be blessed with fertility. Later used to describe the "red heifer" to be used in a purity sacrifice.
Kid • שְֹעִיר S'ir
Can also be referred to as "goat."
Manna • הַמָּן Haman
Rams • אֵילִים Eilim
Seed • זֶרַע Zera
First found in the third day
Tree • עֵץ Eitz
Often associated with fruitfulness and purity.
Vineyards (and within...) • וּבְכֶרֶם Uv'cherem
Water (abundant) • יִזַּל-מַיִם Yizal Mayim
Wild Ox • רְאֵם R'eim
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.
Young Bulls • פָּרִים: Parim
Can also refer to young goats