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In Hebrew, one-letter prepositions are not separated from the next word by a space. The lamed in לַשְּׂעִירִם is a preposition and therefore not part of the word that interests you, which is שְּׂעִירִים (the word has two yods), which is actually a homograph for two words: a pluralis tantum meaning 'showers' (rains). the plural of the word spelled sin ayin ...


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