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(1.00) (Gen 27:1)

tn Heb “greater” (in terms of age).

(1.00) (Exo 21:34)

tn Here the term “animal” has been supplied.

(1.00) (Psa 9:16)

tn This is probably a technical musical term.

(1.00) (Luk 23:14)

tn This term also appears in v. 2.

(1.00) (Luk 24:19)

tn This translates the Greek term ἀνήρ (anhr).

(0.94) (Luk 16:25)

tn The Greek term here is τέκνον (teknon), which could be understood as a term of endearment.

(0.83) (Exo 7:4)

tn See the note on this term in 6:26.

(0.83) (Lev 3:8)

tn See the note on this term at 1:5.

(0.83) (Deu 3:10)

sn Edrei. See note on this term in 3:1.

(0.83) (Deu 3:13)

sn Argob. See note on this term in v. 4.

(0.83) (Deu 12:31)

tn See note on this term at Deut 7:25.

(0.83) (Jdg 5:11)

tn See the note on the term “warriors” in v. 7.

(0.83) (Job 34:25)

tn The Hebrew term “night” is an accusative of time.

(0.83) (Psa 140:3)

tn The Hebrew term is used only here in the OT.

(0.83) (Pro 6:31)

tn The term “yet” is supplied in the translation.

(0.83) (Pro 21:5)

tn The term “lead” is supplied in the translation.

(0.83) (Pro 21:18)

tn The term “become” is supplied in the translation.

(0.83) (Pro 24:14)

tn The term “it” is supplied in the translation.

(0.83) (Jer 22:3)

tn Heb “aliens, orphans, or widows” treating the terms as generic or collective. However, the term “alien” carries faulty connotations and the term “orphan” is not totally appropriate because the Hebrew term does not necessarily mean that both parents have died.

(0.83) (Jer 24:6)

sn For these terms see Jer 1:10.



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