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Some may have read Nefarit or Neferit. It was Neharit.
The one with no name.
A daughter of Eve-Nefarite/Nefertari-she who wanted to supplant the name of Nefertiti.
A namesake village/city is in Mexico.
Y was not always a long e sound. There is no J in Hebrew but is like H in Spanish.
J used to serve as a Yot sound so John would be like a short Yon.
Najarit would become Nayarit and that would have been pronounced Nayarit (Phonetic sound of current spelling).
But to some would have been written Najarit still and as the J sound became to sound like H.. Na-Ha-Reet
Nephrite Jade
Ne-phr-ite (from Greek Nephros/kidney)
Nazirite, (from Hebrew nazar, “to abstain from” or “to consecrate oneself to”), among the ancient Hebrews, a sacred person whose separation was most commonly distinguished by his uncut hair and his abstinence from wine.
So Jesus of Nazareth was no Nazirite if he offered wine. And his disciples were no Nazarites if they drank of the wine.