Now this is truly AMAZING! The association of other single Hebrew letters both as prefixes and suffixes of the Aleph/Tav את Character Symbol only serves to substantiate the validity that the Aleph/Tav את Symbol represents the divine every time it is used throughout the entire Tanakh. The significance of this knowledge should not be underestimated for it is unprecedented. It will be important to become familiar with all these words and be able to recognize them and understand their proper meaning and definition when you see them used in order to draw a more comprehensive meaning of what the author was trying to communicate. When you see these words used in text, bear in mind that the English translations we have become accustom to, only scratch the surface of what the author was most likely implying by incorporating the Aleph Tav. Proof of this is the fact that the English translated words we have become accustom to, can be written other ways in Hebrew without the association of the Aleph Tav, thus making these words very special. Confirmation of this, is legitimized by where they are placed throughout the Tanakh. What the reader will begin to understand is that the meaning of the Aleph Tav in these words is largely ignored except for pronunciation. And the single Hebrew letter, used as either a prefix of suffix, is what is most often translated into English. We must let the Hebrew letters speak for themselves if we truly wish to gain a more comprehensive meaning of what each author of each book was trying to convey.
It can be easily reasoned that for thousands of years the association of the Aleph Tav in these words for thousands of years, is because of its assorted divine meanings. The Aleph Tav is firstly a symbol of the “strength of the covenant”. The symbol takes on additional meanings because of Whom the Aleph Tav represents…the Yah-head, both Father and Son, by which Father created everything both with and through Y’shua the Messiah. Consequently, the Aleph Tav further represents that which is eternal as to infinity. Last, but not least, the Aleph Tav is also the symbol of “man” who is created in the image of Elohim, in the image of the Aleph Tav. This is confirmed by the use of the Aleph Tav in Hebrew pronouns.