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2 Samuel 14:26

Context
NET ©

When he would shave his head – at the end of every year he used to shave his head, for it grew too long 1  and he would shave it – he used to weigh the hair of his head at three pounds 2  according to the king’s weight.

NIV ©

Whenever he cut the hair of his head—he used to cut his hair from time to time when it became too heavy for him—he would weigh it, and its weight was two hundred shekels by the royal standard.

NASB ©

When he cut the hair of his head (and it was at the end of every year that he cut it, for it was heavy on him so he cut it), he weighed the hair of his head at 200 shekels by the king’s weight.

NLT ©

He cut his hair only once a year, and then only because it was too heavy to carry around. When he weighed it out, it came to five pounds!

MSG ©

When he cut his hair--he always cut it short in the spring because it had grown so heavy--the weight of the hair from his head was over two pounds!

BBE ©

And when he had his hair cut, (which he did at the end of every year, because of the weight of his hair;) the weight of the hair was two hundred shekels by the king’s weight.

NRSV ©

When he cut the hair of his head (for at the end of every year he used to cut it; when it was heavy on him, he cut it), he weighed the hair of his head, two hundred shekels by the king’s weight.

NKJV ©

And when he cut the hair of his head––at the end of every year he cut it because it was heavy on him––when he cut it, he weighed the hair of his head at two hundred shekels according to the king’s standard.


KJV
And when he polled
<01548> (8763)
his head
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(for it was at every year's
<03117> <03117>
end
<07093>
that he polled
<01548> (8762)
[it]: because [the hair] was heavy
<03513> (8804)
on him, therefore he polled
<01548> (8765)
it:) he weighed
<08254> (8804)
the hair
<08181>
of his head
<07218>
at two hundred
<03967>
shekels
<08255>
after the king's
<04428>
weight
<068>_.
NASB ©
When he cut
<01548>
the hair of his head
<07218>
(and it was at the end
<07093>
of every year
<03117>
that he cut
<01548>
it, for it was heavy
<03515>
on him so he cut
<01548>
it), he weighed
<08254>
the hair
<08181>
of his head
<07218>
at 200
<03967>
shekels
<08255>
by the king's
<04428>
weight
<068>
.
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wsar
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rev
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ta
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lqsw
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wxlgw
<01548>
wyle
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dbk
<03513>
yk
<03588>
xlgy
<01548>
rsa
<0834>
Mymyl
<03117>
Mymy
<03117>
Uqm
<07093>
hyhw
<01961>
wsar
<07218>
ta
<0853>
wxlgbw (14:26)
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LXXM
kai
<2532
CONJ
en
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PREP
tw
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T-DSN
keiresyai
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thn
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kefalhn
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kai
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ap
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archv
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N-GSF
hmerwn
<2250
N-GPF
eiv
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PREP
hmerav
<2250
N-GSF
wv
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CONJ
an
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PRT
ekeireto
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V-IMI-3S
oti
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CONJ
katebaruneto {V-IMI-3S} ep
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PREP
auton
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D-ASM
kai
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CONJ
keiromenov
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V-PMPNS
authn
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D-ASF
esthsen
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V-AAI-3S
thn
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T-ASF
trica
<2359
N-ASF
thv
<3588
T-GSF
kefalhv
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N-GSF
autou
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D-GSM
diakosiouv
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A-APM
siklouv {N-APM} en
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tw
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siklw {N-DSM} tw
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T-DSM
basilikw
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A-DSM
NET © [draft] ITL
When he would shave
<01548>
his head
<07218>
– at the end
<07093>
of every year
<03117>
he used to shave
<01548>
his head, for
<03588>
it grew too long
<03513>
and he would shave
<01548>
it– he used to weigh
<08254>
the hair
<08181>
of his head
<07218>
at three pounds
<08255>
according to the king’s
<04428>
weight
<068>
.
NET ©

When he would shave his head – at the end of every year he used to shave his head, for it grew too long 1  and he would shave it – he used to weigh the hair of his head at three pounds 2  according to the king’s weight.

NET © Notes

tn Heb “for it was heavy upon him.”

tn Heb “two hundred shekels.” The modern equivalent would be about three pounds (1.4 kg).



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