What is the original meaning of those three words?
I am using the JSE numbers to track the development of these three words. The numbers are not being given in this blog; but anyone can go to the JSE and discover the same thing I am describing. Simply look up the three words, Mary, Magdalene, Jesus.
Mary, Magdalene, Jesus. All three words are referred back to the Old Testament. We have to go there to discover the primitive roots of those three words. Where we can then see the growth that produced them. We do that by using the OT numbers given in the description of the NT words in the JSE.
Mary and Jesus are both neutral words, there is no gender involved. Magdalene is Chaldean word which is a punctured translated as a female word. Still no gender.
These three come from four different primitive root words. Why four primitive roots? In the one case two primitive words join to form a third word. The primitive root words TO EXIST sprouts and becomes EXISTENT. Just like a seed sprout.
The EXISTENT joins with primitive root, OPEN WIDE FREE. This creates another word. Combined word meanings result in EXISTENT OPEN WIDE FREE. Translated in the OT as Joshua, Jehoshuah, Jehoshua and in the NT as Jesus. This is a neutral, non gender word.