Deborah was one of the 12 judges of Isreal. 1 woman, 11 men. She was one of the 12 judges from the biblical book of Judges (old testament).
shopheṭ or shofeṭ (plural shophṭim or shofeṭim; Hebrew: שׁוֹפֵט šōp̄ḗṭ, Punic: 𐤔𐤐𐤈 šufeṭ, Ugaritic: 𐎘𐎔𐎉 ṯapiṭ) literally means “Judge”, from the Semitic root “ṮPṬ”, “to pass judgment”. Cognate titles exist in other Semitic cultures, notably Phoenicia and Carthage. The Biblical judges were shofeṭs.WIKIPEDIA!
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- Ḥakīm and Ḥākim are two Arabic titles derived from the same triliteral root Ḥ-K-M “appoint, choose, judge”.
- This title is one of the 99 names of Allah.
- Hakīm (alternative transcription Hakeem) indicates a “wise man” or “physician”, or in general, a practitioner of herbal medicine, especially of Unani and Islamic medicine, like Hakim Ajmal Khan, Hakim Said, Hakim Syed Zillur Rahman, etc.
- Hakīm was also used more generally during the Islamic Golden Age to refer to polymath scholars who were knowledgeable in religion, medicine, the sciences, and Islamic philosophy.
- In old Abyssinia or Ethiopia, Hakim usually meant a learned person, usually a physician. Hence a Hakim-Bejt was a doctor’s house or hospital
- In Pakistan and India, Hakim or Hakeem denotes a herbal medicine practitioner, specially of Unani medicine.
- In Turkey, hekim denotes a physician, while hakim can be used for a very wise person or philosopher.
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- SEPHIRA –> GEBURAH (Strength)
- GOD FORCE –> ElLOHEEM-GIBOR (God of battles, judging and evening evil, and at whose steps are lightening and flame)
- ANGELIC ORDER –> SERAPHEEM (Fiery Serpents)
- ARCHANGEL –> KHAMAEL (Severity of God)