I've been in the practice of saying the words Alunthearei Elohim as a sort of benediction, if you take the Alun as a seperate word, then this article I found becomes rather interesting:
Researches show that as in the case of most mythologies the first lispings of Hebrew faith had to do with trees, and especially the oak--usually the first temple, altar or Bethel of mankind. Under the Aluns, as "monarchs of the grove," Hebrews usually forgathered on solemn occasions, and here they communed with Jahvê, Elohim or Alêim, i.e. spirits, Jins or Nâts, as Asia commonly terms these...we must...investigate accurately the fundamental data establishing this original arboreal cult, as it is found in the Old Testament, Koran and Hebrew traditions.' .
Alun and Elohim are markedly hebrew, I knew Elohim from before I started saying it...Alunthearei (complicated spelling with the double vowels to make sure it's being pronounced right - the ea and ei should work as one vowel...), appears to be spontaneous. thearei, or Θήάρέί...yeah go figure for that one too.