glos·sa·ry: a collection of brief explanations (as in the margin or between the lines of a text) of difficult or obscure words or expressions.
TheMoedim.com has provided this glossary of Hebrew and Greek words to aid our readers in the understanding of key concepts used on the site.
Adonai- the emphatic form of a Hebrew word that means "lord" or "master". Used as a proper name of G-d only. Strongs #136. Pronounced ah dohn EYE.
Aharon- The literal Hebrew name of Aaron. The name means "mountain" or "shining". Strongs #175. Pronounced ah ha ROHN.
Avraham- The literal Hebrew name of Abraham. This Hebrew name means "father of many" and is the name G-d gave to Avram (Genesis 17:5). Strongs #85. Pronounced AHV rah hahm.
Avram- The literal Hebrew name of Abram, the son of Terah (Gen 11:26). This Hebrew name literally means "great father". Strongs #87. Pronounced AHV rahm.