The Hebrew for ‘rejoice’ is gil and means ‘to spin around under the influence of violent emotion.’ This word is found 127 times in the Complete Jewish Bible.
6. Acts 6:5: As the Messianic congregation added more gentiles to the Jewish community, there were complaints that gentile widows were not receiving their daily needs. The apostles suggested choosing seven men to help with the work. They chose a man named Prochorus to be a deacon. In Greek, this man’s name means ‘leader of the dance.’