Parsha Vayetze וַיֵּצֵא is translated as “And he went out” and is the seventh Torah reading in the annual reading cycle. I have found five ways to spell “vayetza”, “vayetze”, “vayeitzei”, “vayetzei”, or “vayetse”
Parsha Vayetze Summary
Parsha Vayetze begins with Jacob’s Dream. It continues to declare his love for Rachel. He agrees to work for Laban for her to be his wife. Laban tricks Jacob and gives him Leah. He works another seven years for Rachel. There begins to be a rivalry between Leah and Rachel.
We begin to see the birthing of Jacob’s sons. He begins to make plans to leave Laban and return to Cannan. Vayetze ends with Laban and Jocab making a covenant together. Jacob leaves Laban.
In Vayetze וַיֵּצֵ֥א is the first word and in the Hebrew text (see text below).