Ezekiel 43:13

NET ©

“And these are the measurements of the altar: Its base is 1¾ feet high, and 1¾ feet wide, and its border nine inches on its edge. This is to be the height of the altar.

NIV ©

"These are the measurements of the altar in long cubits, that cubit being a cubit and a handbreadth: Its gutter is a cubit deep and a cubit wide, with a rim of one span around the edge. And this is the height of the altar:

NASB ©

"And these are the measurements of the altar by cubits (the cubit being a cubit and a handbreadth): the base shall be a cubit and the width a cubit, and its border on its edge round about one span; and this shall be the height of the base of the altar.

NLT ©

"These are the measurements of the altar: There is a gutter all around the altar 21 inches wide and 21 inches deep, with a curb 9 inches wide around its edge. And this is the height of the altar:

MSG ©

"These are the dimensions of the altar, using the long (twenty-one-inch) ruler. The gutter at its base is twenty-one inches

BBE ©

And these are the measures of the altar in cubits: (the cubit being a cubit and a hand’s measure;) its hollow base is a cubit high and a cubit wide, and it has an overhanging edge as wide as a hand-stretch all round it:

NRSV ©

These are the dimensions of the altar by cubits (the cubit being one cubit and a handbreadth): its base shall be one cubit high, and one cubit wide, with a rim of one span around its edge. This shall be the height of the altar:

NKJV ©

"These are the measurements of the altar in cubits (the cubit is one cubit and a handbreadth): the base one cubit high and one cubit wide, with a rim all around its edge of one span. This is the height of the altar:

KJV
And these [are] the measures
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of the altar
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after the cubits
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The cubit
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[is] a cubit
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and an hand breadth
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even the bottom
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[shall be] a cubit
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and the breadth
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a cubit
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and the border
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thereof by the edge
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thereof round about
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[shall be] a
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span
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and this [shall be] the higher place
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of the altar
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{bottom: Heb. bosom} {edge: Heb. lip}
HEBREW
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hzw
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dxah
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trz
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bybo
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htpv
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la
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hlwbgw
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bxr
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hmaw
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hmah
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qyxw
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xpjw
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hma
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hma
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twmab
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xbzmh
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twdm
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hlaw (43:13)
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LXXM
kai
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CONJ
tauta
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D-NPN
ta
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T-NPN
metra
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N-NPN
tou
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T-GSN
yusiasthriou
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N-GSN
en
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PREP
phcei
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N-DSM
tou
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T-GSM
phceov
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N-GSM
kai
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CONJ
palaisthv
 
N-GSF
kolpwma
 
N-NSN
bayov
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N-NSN
epi
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PREP
phcun
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N-ASM
kai
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CONJ
phcuv
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N-NSM
to
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T-NSN
eurov
 
N-NSN
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
geisov
 
N-NSN
epi
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PREP
to
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T-ASN
ceilov
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N-ASN
autou
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D-GSM
kukloyen
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ADV
spiyamhv
 
N-GSF
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
touto
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D-NSN
to
<3588>  
T-NSN
uqov
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N-NSN
tou
<3588>  
T-GSN
yusiasthriou
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N-GSN
NET © [draft] ITL
“And these
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are the measurements
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of the altar
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: Its base
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is 1¾ feet
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high, and 1¾ feet
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wide
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, and its border
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nine inches
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on
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its edge
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. This
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is to be the height
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of the altar
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.
NET © Notes

tn Heb “the measurements of the altar by cubits, the cubit being a cubit and a handbreadth.” The measuring units here and in the remainder of this section are the Hebrew “long” cubit, consisting of a cubit (about 18 inches or 45 cm) and a handbreadth (about 3 inches or 7.5 cm), for a total of 21 inches (52.5 cm). Because modern readers are not familiar with the cubit as a unit of measurement, and due to the additional complication of the “long” cubit as opposed to the regular cubit, all measurements have been converted to American standard feet and inches, with the Hebrew measurements and the metric equivalents given in the notes. On the altar see Ezek 40:47.

tn The Hebrew term normally means “bosom.” Here it refers to a hollow in the ground.

tn Heb “one cubit” (i.e., 52.5 cm).

tn The word “high” is not in the Hebrew text but is supplied in the translation for clarity.

tn Heb “one cubit” (i.e., 52.5 cm).

tn Heb “one span.” A span was three handbreadths, or about nine inches (i.e., 22.5 cm).

tc Heb “bulge, protuberance, mound.” The translation follows the LXX.