Ezekiel 41:3
ContextNET © | Then he went into the inner sanctuary and measured the jambs of the entrance as 3½ feet,^{ 1 } the entrance as 10½ feet,^{ 2 } and the width of the entrance as 12¼ feet^{ 3 } |
NIV © | Then he went into the inner sanctuary and measured the jambs of the entrance; each was two cubits wide. The entrance was six cubits wide, and the projecting walls on each side of it were seven cubits wide. |
NASB © | Then he went inside and measured each side pillar of the doorway, two cubits, and the doorway, six cubits high; and the width of the doorway, seven cubits. |
NLT © | Then he went into the inner room at the end of the Holy Place. He measured the columns at the entrance and found them to be 3 1/2 feet thick. The entrance was 10 1/2 feet wide, and the walls on each side of the entrance extended 12 1/4 feet to the corners of the inner room. |
MSG © | He went further in and measured the doorposts at the entrance: Each was three and a half feet thick. The entrance itself was ten and a half feet wide, and the entrance walls were twelve and a quarter feet thick. |
BBE © | And he went inside and took the measure of the uprights of the door-opening, two cubits: and the door-opening, six cubits; and the side-walls of the door-opening were seven cubits on one side and seven cubits on the other. |
NRSV © | Then he went into the inner room and measured the pilasters of the entrance, two cubits; and the width of the entrance, six cubits; and the sidewalls of the entrance, seven cubits. |
NKJV © | Also he went inside and measured the doorposts, two cubits; and the entrance, six cubits high ; and the width of the entrance, seven cubits. |
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LXXM | enyen {ADV} |
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NET © | Then he went into the inner sanctuary and measured the jambs of the entrance as 3½ feet,^{ 1 } the entrance as 10½ feet,^{ 2 } and the width of the entrance as 12¼ feet^{ 3 } |
NET © Notes |
^{1 }tn Heb “two cubits” (i.e., 1.05 meters). ^{2 }tn Heb “six cubits” (i.e., 3.15 meters). ^{3 }tn Heb “seven cubits” (i.e., 3.675 meters). |