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Joined: April 1, 2011
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The following is from the strong's concordance which offers the background hebrew translation of words and phrases from the bible. Considering Lucas' heritage and the fact that the root word described is being used in a book of the old testament which is a part of the Jewish Torah (sp?) I don't think its a coincidence. All these other insanely complex explanations for where Jedi comes from is ridiculous. So in light of the information below I believe Jedi to simply mean 'appointed' which is a very powerful word in the context it is used. It is reserved for speaking about kings or prophets in the old testament. 'Appointed' by God is the assumed inference. יעדּיye‛dı̂yyed-ee'From H3259; appointed; Jedi, an Israelite: - Iddo [from the margin] See H3035.
April 1, 2011, 8:51am
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