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(0.38) (Num 9:10)

tn The perfect tense with vav (ו) consecutive functions as the equivalent of an imperfect tense. In the apodosis of this conditional sentence, the permission nuance fits well.

(0.38) (Num 12:14)

tn The form is intensified by the infinitive absolute, but here the infinitive strengthens not simply the verbal idea but the conditional cause construction as well.

(0.38) (Num 20:10)

tn The word is הַמֹּרִים (hammorim, “the rebels”), but here as a vocative: “you rebels.” It was a harsh address, although well-earned.

(0.38) (Num 21:29)

sn The note of holy war emerges here as the victory is a victory over the local gods as well as over the people.

(0.38) (Num 22:37)

sn Balak again refers to his ability to “honor” the seer. This certainly meant payment for his service, usually gold ornaments, rings and jewelry, as well as some animals.

(0.38) (Deu 1:1)

sn Paran is the well-known desert area between Mount Sinai and Kadesh Barnea (cf. Num 10:12; 12:16).

(0.38) (Deu 7:18)

tn Heb “recalling, you must recall.” The Hebrew text uses the infinitive absolute before the finite verb for emphasis. Cf. KJV, ASV “shalt well remember.”

(0.38) (Jos 7:1)

sn This incident illustrates well the principle of corporate solidarity and corporate guilt. The sin of one man brought the Lord’s anger down upon the entire nation.

(0.38) (Jdg 3:24)

tn The Hebrew expression translated “well-ventilated inner room” may refer to the upper room itself or to a bathroom attached to or within it.

(0.38) (1Sa 10:15)

tc In the LXX and Vulgate the pronoun “you” is singular, referring specifically to Saul. In the MT it is plural, including Saul’s servant as well.

(0.38) (1Ki 8:18)

tn Heb “Because it was with your heart to build a house for my name, you did well that it was with your heart.”

(0.38) (1Ch 2:1)

tn The groupings in the list that follows, as well as the conjunctions (vav-consecutives in Hebrew), reflect those of the Hebrew text.

(0.38) (2Ch 6:8)

tn Heb “Because it was with your heart to build a house for my name, you did well that it was with your heart.”

(0.38) (2Ch 36:9)

tc The Hebrew text reads “eight,” but some ancient textual witnesses, as well as the parallel text in 2 Kgs 24:8, have “eighteen.”

(0.38) (Neh 12:44)

tn Heb “for Judah.” The words “the people of” have been supplied in the translation for clarity, since “Judah” is a proper name as well as a place name.

(0.38) (Job 9:11)

tn The pronoun “him” is supplied here; it is not in MT, but the Syriac and Vulgate have it (probably for translation purposes as well).

(0.38) (Job 9:34)

tn The verse probably continues the description from the last verse, and so a relative pronoun may be supplied here as well.

(0.38) (Job 20:11)

tn “Bones” is often used metonymically for the whole person, the bones being the framework, meaning everything inside, as well as the body itself.

(0.38) (Job 30:21)

tn The idiom uses the Niphal verb “you are turned” with “to cruelty.” See Job 41:20b, as well as Isa 63:10.

(0.38) (Job 31:33)

tn The MT has “in my bosom.” This is the only place in the OT where this word is found. But its meaning is well attested from Aramaic.

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