My apologies. In yesterday’s post, in this paragraph in the article from the jewishpress.com, the Hebrew letters did not process properly when copying from the original source. Instead, Word Press copied them as question marks. To see the proper Hebrew letters you can go to http://www.jewishpress.com/indepth/opinions/tu-bshvat-guide-for-the-perplexed-on-jewish-arbor-day/2014/01/16/
2. The root of the Hebrew word for tree – Ilan (????) – is ??? (the awesome/mogul), which is also the Hebrew spelling for the majestic Ram. The two letters, ??, mean God and the letter ? is an acronym for God. The Hebrew spelling for the rugged, Biblical terebinth and oak tree is ??? and ????, both starting with the two letters, ??, God.