I need to look into this.... Maybe related to a Group of followers of Yeshua called "the Poor" Ebionites. Looking at this word now I see some other Possibilities .... AVi-onim .... disciples of the Father ?

Aramaic Bible in Plain English: “Blessed by The Spirit (ha Ruach) are the poor, because theirs is the Kingdom of Heaven.

Ebionites Hebrew אביונים ebyonim,ebyonim, ebionim, meaning "the poor" or "poor ones"), is a patristic term referring to a Jewish Christian movement that existed during the early centuries of the Christian Era.

They used the Hebrew book of Matthew starting at chapter 3, revered James the brother of Jesus (James the Just) Their name suggests that they placed a special value on voluntary poverty. Ebionim was one of the terms used by the sect at Qumran that sought to separate themselves from the corruption of the Temple. Many believe that they were Essenes.

Since historical records by the Ebionites are scarce, fragmentary, and disputed, much of what is known or conjectured about the Ebionites derives from the Church Fathers, who wrote polemics against the Ebionites, whom they deemed heretical Judaizers. Consequently, very little about the Ebionite sect or sects is known with certainty, and most, if not all, statements about them are conjectural. At least one scholar distinguishes the Ebionites from other Jewish Christian groups, such as the Nazarenes; other scholars, like the Church Fathers themselves from the first centuries after Christ, consider the Ebionites identical with the Nazarenes. (Wiki)

Excellent. I have always wondered about the Ebionites.

Poor .... רָשׁ

Blessed are the Poor .... רָשׁ