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(1.00) (2Ki 16:15)

tn That is, the newly constructed altar.

(1.00) (Luk 1:31)

tn See v. 13 for a similar construction.

(0.94) (Gen 43:25)

tn The construction uses the infinitive construct after the preposition, followed by the subjective genitive.

(0.94) (Exo 19:1)

tn The construction uses the infinitive construct followed by the subjective genitive to form a temporal clause.

(0.94) (Exo 37:9)

tn The construction is a participle in construct followed by the genitive “wings” – “spreaders of wings.”

(0.94) (Exo 40:36)

tn The construction uses the Niphal infinitive construct to form the temporal clause.

(0.94) (Num 1:51)

tn Here we have the parallel construction using the infinitive construct in a temporal adverbial clause.

(0.83) (Gen 19:19)

tn The infinitive construct explains how God has shown Lot kindness.

(0.83) (Exo 28:32)

tn Heb “mouth” or “opening” (פִּי, pi; in construct).

(0.83) (Exo 40:23)

tn Heb uses a cognate accusative construction, “he arranged the arrangement.”

(0.83) (Exo 40:32)

tn This is another infinitive construct in a temporal clause.

(0.83) (Num 9:21)

tn The construction is the same in the preceding verse.

(0.83) (Num 22:16)

tn The infinitive construct is the object of the preposition.

(0.83) (Jdg 5:23)

tn Heb “Curse, cursing.” The Hebrew construction is emphatic.

(0.83) (Job 34:10)

tn For this construction, see Job 27:5.

(0.82) (Exo 34:24)

tn The construction uses the infinitive construct with a preposition and a suffixed subject to form the temporal clause.

(0.82) (Num 16:42)

tn The temporal clause is constructed with the temporal indicator (“and it was”) followed by the Niphal infinitive construct and preposition.

(0.82) (Job 38:4)

tn The construction is the infinitive construct in a temporal clause, using the preposition and the subjective genitive suffix.

(0.71) (Gen 18:7)

tn The construction uses the Piel preterite, “he hurried,” followed by the infinitive construct; the two probably form a verbal hendiadys: “he quickly prepared.”

(0.71) (Gen 19:29)

tn The construction is a temporal clause comprised of the temporal indicator, an infinitive construct with a preposition, and the subjective genitive.



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