God blesses those whose hearts are pure, for they will see God.
The sixteenth letter of the Hebrew alphabet.
The ancient Hebrew letter ayin ע had a word picture of an eye, look or appearance and is basically a silent letter. In ancient Hebrew, it was considered a guttural letter that had some sound, but it is not known exactly what it sounded like. In modern Hebrew, it is still considered a guttural, but silent.
The Hebrew word eden e-den עדן is Eden, as in Garden of Eden and means pleasant. The word picture for Eden is ayin ע which is a silent letter with a word picture of the eye, followed by the letter dalet ד which has a sound of the letter “D” and a word picture of a door, followed by a noon with the sound of “N” and a word picture of life. When completed together the עדן is a word picture of “see with the eye, or look through the door of life.”
The Hebrew word for weep is da-ma דמע. The word picture for da-ma is the Hebrew letter dalet ד with the sound of “D” and a word picture of a door, followed by a mem מ with the sound of “M” and a word picture of water or chaos, followed by an ayin ע with a word picture of the eye. When completed together the ancient word picture for da-ma דמע, to weep, is water from the door of the eye.
The Hebrew word for blood is dam דמ and has a word picture of blood of the eye.