Daniel 1:7

NET ©

But the overseer of the court officials renamed them. He gave Daniel the name Belteshazzar, Hananiah he named Shadrach, Mishael he named Meshach, and Azariah he named Abednego.

NIV ©

The chief official gave them new names: to Daniel, the name Belteshazzar; to Hananiah, Shadrach; to Mishael, Meshach; and to Azariah, Abednego.

NASB ©

Then the commander of the officials assigned new names to them; and to Daniel he assigned the name Belteshazzar, to Hananiah Shadrach, to Mishael Meshach and to Azariah Abed-nego.

NLT ©

The chief official renamed them with these Babylonian names: Daniel was called Belteshazzar. Hananiah was called Shadrach. Mishael was called Meshach. Azariah was called Abednego.

MSG ©

The head of the palace staff gave them Babylonian names: Daniel was named Belteshazzar, Hananiah was named Shadrach, Mishael was named Meshach, Azariah was named Abednego.

BBE ©

And the captain of the unsexed servants gave them names; to Daniel he gave the name of Belteshazzar, to Hananiah the name of Shadrach, to Mishael the name of Meshach, and to Azariah the name of Abed-nego.

NRSV ©

The palace master gave them other names: Daniel he called Belteshazzar, Hananiah he called Shadrach, Mishael he called Meshach, and Azariah he called Abednego.

NKJV ©

To them the chief of the eunuchs gave names: he gave Daniel the name Belteshazzar; to Hananiah, Shadrach; to Mishael, Meshach; and to Azariah, Abed–Nego.

KJV
Unto whom the prince
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of the eunuchs
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and to Hananiah
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of Shadrach
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and to Mishael
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of Meshach
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and to Azariah
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of Abednego
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Mvyw (1:7)
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LXXM
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CONJ
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V-AAI-3S
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N-NSM
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T-DSM
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CONJ
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T-DSM
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CONJ
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T-DSM
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N-PRI
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N-PRI
NET © [draft] ITL
But the overseer
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of the court officials
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renamed
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them. He gave
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Daniel
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the name Belteshazzar
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, Hananiah
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he named Shadrach
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, Mishael
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he named Meshach
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, and Azariah
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he named Abednego
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.
NET © Notes

tc The LXX and Vulgate lack the verb here.

sn The meanings of the Babylonian names are more conjectural than is the case with the Hebrew names. The probable etymologies are as follows: Belteshazzar means “protect his life,” although the MT vocalization may suggest “Belti, protect the king” (cf. Dan 4:8); Shadrach perhaps means “command of Aku”; Meshach is of uncertain meaning; Abednego means “servant of Nego.” Assigning Babylonian names to the Hebrew youths may have been an attempt to erase from their memory their Israelite heritage.