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(1.00) (Mat 2:16)

tn Or “soldiers.”

(0.80) (Luk 3:14)

tn Grk “And soldiers.”

(0.70) (Mat 8:9)

tn Grk “having soldiers under me.”

(0.70) (Luk 7:8)

tn Grk “having soldiers under me.”

(0.57) (Act 12:4)

sn Four squads of soldiers. Each squad was a detachment of four soldiers.

(0.50) (Amo 5:3)

tn The word “soldiers” is supplied in the translation for clarification.

(0.50) (Amo 5:3)

tn The word “soldiers” is supplied in the translation for clarification.

(0.42) (Act 27:32)

sn The soldiers cut the ropes. The centurion and the soldiers were now following Paul’s advice by cutting the ropes to prevent the sailors from escaping.

(0.40) (1Sa 18:6)

tn Heb “them.” The masculine plural pronoun apparently refers to the returning soldiers.

(0.40) (2Ki 19:32)

tn Heb “[with] a shield.” By metonymy the “shield” stands for the soldier who carries it.

(0.40) (Mat 27:27)

sn A Roman cohort was a tenth of a legion, about 500-600 soldiers.

(0.40) (Mar 15:16)

sn A Roman cohort was a tenth of a legion, about 500-600 soldiers.

(0.40) (Mar 15:21)

tn Grk “They”; the referent (the soldiers) has been specified in the translation for clarity.

(0.40) (Joh 19:23)

sn Four shares, one for each soldier. The Gospel of John is the only one to specify the number of soldiers involved in the crucifixion. This was a quaternion, a squad of four soldiers. It was accepted Roman practice for the soldiers who performed a crucifixion to divide the possessions of the person executed among themselves.

(0.35) (Mat 27:48)

sn Sour wine refers to cheap wine that was called in Latin posca, a cheap vinegar wine diluted heavily with water. It was the drink of slaves and soldiers, and was probably there for the soldiers who had performed the crucifixion.

(0.35) (Mar 15:36)

sn Sour wine refers to cheap wine that was called in Latin posca, a cheap vinegar wine diluted heavily with water. It was the drink of slaves and soldiers, and was probably there for the soldiers who had performed the crucifixion.

(0.35) (Joh 19:29)

sn The cheap sour wine was called in Latin posca, and referred to a cheap vinegar wine diluted heavily with water. It was the drink of slaves and soldiers, and was probably there for the soldiers who had performed the crucifixion.

(0.35) (1Sa 11:11)

tn Heb “Ammon.” By metonymy the name “Ammon” is used collectively for the soldiers in the Ammonite army.

(0.35) (Jer 21:4)

tn Heb “the weapons which are in your hand.” Weapons stands here by substitution for the soldiers who wield them.

(0.35) (Jer 48:41)

tn Heb “The heart of the soldiers of Moab will be like the heart of a woman in labor.”



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