Ezekiel 32:2

NET ©

“Son of man, sing a lament for Pharaoh king of Egypt, and say to him: “‘You were like a lion among the nations, but you are a monster in the seas; you thrash about in your streams, stir up the water with your feet, and muddy your streams.

NIV ©

"Son of man, take up a lament concerning Pharaoh king of Egypt and say to him: "‘You are like a lion among the nations; you are like a monster in the seas thrashing about in your streams, churning the water with your feet and muddying the streams.

NASB ©

"Son of man, take up a lamentation over Pharaoh king of Egypt and say to him, ‘You compared yourself to a young lion of the nations, Yet you are like the monster in the seas; And you burst forth in your rivers And muddied the waters with your feet And fouled their rivers.’"

NLT ©

"Son of man, mourn for Pharaoh, king of Egypt, and give him this message: You think of yourself as a strong young lion among the nations, but you are really just a sea monster, heaving around in your own rivers, stirring up mud with your feet.

MSG ©

"Son of man, sing a funeral lament over Pharaoh king of Egypt. Tell him: "'You think you're a young lion prowling through the nations. You're more like a dragon in the ocean, snorting and thrashing about.

BBE ©

Son of man, make a song of grief for Pharaoh, king of Egypt, and say to him, Young lion of the nations, destruction has come on you; and you were like a sea-beast in the seas, sending out bursts of water, troubling the waters with your feet, making their streams dirty.

NRSV ©

Mortal, raise a lamentation over Pharaoh king of Egypt, and say to him: You consider yourself a lion among the nations, but you are like a dragon in the seas; you thrash about in your streams, trouble the water with your feet, and foul your streams.

NKJV ©

"Son of man, take up a lamentation for Pharaoh king of Egypt, and say to him: ‘You are like a young lion among the nations, And you are like a monster in the seas, Bursting forth in your rivers, Troubling the waters with your feet, And fouling their rivers.’

KJV
Son
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of man
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take up
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a lamentation
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for Pharaoh
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king
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of Egypt
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and say
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unto him, Thou art like
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a young lion
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of the nations
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and thou [art] as a whale
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in the seas
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and thou camest forth
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with thy rivers
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and troubledst
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the waters
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with thy feet
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and fouledst
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their rivers
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{whale: or, dragon}
HEBREW
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wyla
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Myrum
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Klm
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herp
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le
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hnyq
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Mda
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Nb (32:2)
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LXXM
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N-VSM
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V-AAD-2S
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PREP
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N-PRI
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N-ASM
aiguptou
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N-GSF
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CONJ
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V-FAI-2S
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D-DSM
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N-DSM
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N-GPN
wmoiwyhv
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V-API-2S
kai
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CONJ
su
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P-NS
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CONJ
drakwn
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N-NSM
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T-NSM
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PREP
th
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T-DSF
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N-DSF
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CONJ
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V-IAI-2S
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N-DPM
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P-GS
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CONJ
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N-ASN
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T-DPM
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N-DPM
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P-GS
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CONJ
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T-APM
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N-APM
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P-GS
NET © [draft] ITL
“Son
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of man
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, sing
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a lament
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for
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Pharaoh
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king
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of Egypt
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, and say
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to
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him: “‘You were like a lion
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among the nations
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, but you
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are a monster
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in the seas
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; you thrash
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about in your streams
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, stir up
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the water
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with your feet
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, and muddy
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your streams
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.
NET © Notes

tn The lion was a figure of royalty (Ezek 19:1-9).

tc The Hebrew reads “their streams”; the LXX reads “your streams.”