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A Hebrew word meaning "wind" or "spirit". In its prophetic form as Ruach HaKodesh it is derived from the Talmud equating Divine Inspiration (Ruach haKodesh), and a Divine Voice  as the word used to refer to the Spirit of God, or Holy Spirit, in the Tanakh.
- Talmud Bavli, Makkot 23b
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