What does the word pulse mean in the book of Daniel?
The word 'pulse' occurs 2 times in the King James Bible in Daniel 1:12 & 16. Pulse is also suggested in 2 Samuel 17:28.
Pulse is the English word for the Hebrew "zeroa`", which is generally vegetables, mostly raw, although many are dried and put into flour for bread.
"Zeroa`" is also a plural noun meaning "vegetables, herbs, vegetable food, such as is eaten in a half fast; opposed to flesh and more delicate food."
The Hebrew word refers exclusively to legumes, seeds and the like - not to vegetables, or flour or bread of any kind.
A: The last book of the Old Testament is the Book of Malachi. However, there was no person called Malachi, because the word 'Malachi' actually means 'messenger' and is based on a word used in the text, so its author was anonymous. Chronologically, the last book of the Old Testament was the Book of Daniel. This was also written anonymously, approximately 167 BCE.
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