Aleph Tav אֵת
'Tis an unusually interesting word. According to Strong's Concordance, Aleph Tav אֵת occurs at least 7,000 times in the Old Testament, yet is not translated into English in the Bible. There have been many attempts to explain its meaning - At one end of the spectrum, 'tis literally a grammatical function to mark the 'direct object' in the Hebrew language; at the other end, the Aleph Tav אֵת is the the divine mark of our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ.
While some wee analysis will be given to its interpretation, the main purpose of this web resource is to mark out instances of the Aleph Tav אֵת in the KJV for your purusal.