1 tn That is, at the end of the second set of seven days referred to at the end of v. 5, a total of fourteen days after the first appearance before the priest.
2 tn Heb “and behold.”
3 tn Heb “he shall make him clean.” The verb is the Piel of טָהֵר (taher, “to be clean”). Here it is a so-called “declarative” Piel (i.e., “to declare clean”), but it also implies that the person is put into the category of being “clean” by the pronouncement itself (J. E. Hartley, Leviticus [WBC], 176; cf. the corresponding opposite in v. 3 above).
4 tn On the term “scab” see the note on v. 2 above. Cf. NAB “it was merely eczema”; NRSV “only an eruption”; NLT “only a temporary rash.”
5 tn Heb “and he shall wash his clothes.”
6 tn Heb “And if spreading [infinitive absolute] it spreads [finite verb].” For the infinitive absolute used to highlight contrast rather than emphasis see GKC 343 §113.p.
7 tn The “it” is not expressed but is to be understood. It refers to the “infection” (cf. the note on v. 2 above).
8 tn Heb “and behold” (so KJV, ASV).
9 tn This is the declarative Piel of the verb טָמֵא (tame’, cf. the note on v. 3 above).