In Hebrew it means "613" but it has
come to denote "the 613 commandments." What word is it?
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In Hebrew the word
Taryag denotes the number 613
( and further denotes the 613 commandments found in the
Tanakh, 248 positive and 365 negative mitsvot. (Note that the gerashim
indicates an acronym also that the use of letters as numbers is called
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