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Genesis 25:28

Context
NET ©

Isaac loved Esau because he had a taste for fresh game, 1  but Rebekah loved 2  Jacob.

NIV ©

Isaac, who had a taste for wild game, loved Esau, but Rebekah loved Jacob.

NASB ©

Now Isaac loved Esau, because he had a taste for game, but Rebekah loved Jacob.

NLT ©

Isaac loved Esau in particular because of the wild game he brought home, but Rebekah favored Jacob.

MSG ©

Isaac loved Esau because he loved his game, but Rebekah loved Jacob.

BBE ©

Now Isaac’s love was for Esau, because Esau’s meat was greatly to his taste: but Rebekah had more love for Jacob.

NRSV ©

Isaac loved Esau, because he was fond of game; but Rebekah loved Jacob.

NKJV ©

And Isaac loved Esau because he ate of his game, but Rebekah loved Jacob.


KJV
And Isaac
<03327>
loved
<0157> (8799)
Esau
<06215>_,
because he did eat
<06310>
of [his] venison
<06718>_:
but Rebekah
<07259>
loved
<0157> (8802)
Jacob
<03290>_.
{he...: Heb. venison was in his mouth}
NASB ©
Now Isaac
<03327>
loved
<0157>
Esau
<06215>
, because
<03588>
he had a taste
<06310>
for game
<06718>
, but Rebekah
<07259>
loved
<0157>
Jacob
<03290>
.
HEBREW
bqey
<03290>
ta
<0853>
tbha
<0157>
hqbrw
<07259>
wypb
<06310>
dyu
<06718>
yk
<03588>
wve
<06215>
ta
<0853>
qxuy
<03327>
bhayw (25:28)
<0157>
LXXM
hgaphsen
<25
V-AAI-3S
de
<1161
PRT
isaak
<2464
N-PRI
ton
<3588
T-ASM
hsau
<2269
N-PRI
oti
<3754
CONJ
h
<3588
T-NSF
yhra
<2339
N-NSF
autou
<846
D-GSM
brwsiv
<1035
N-NSF
autw
<846
D-DSM
rebekka {N-PRI} de
<1161
PRT
hgapa
<25
V-IAI-3S
ton
<3588
T-ASM
iakwb
<2384
N-PRI
NET © [draft] ITL
Isaac
<03327>
loved
<0157>
Esau
<06215>
because
<03588>
he had a taste for fresh game
<06718>
, but Rebekah
<07259>
loved
<0157>
Jacob
<03290>
.
NET ©

Isaac loved Esau because he had a taste for fresh game, 1  but Rebekah loved 2  Jacob.

NET © Notes

tn Heb “the taste of game was in his mouth.” The word for “game,” “venison” is here the same Hebrew word as “hunter” in the last verse. Here it is a metonymy, referring to that which the hunter kills.

tn The disjunctive clause juxtaposes Rebekah with Jacob and draws attention to the contrast. The verb here is a participle, drawing attention to Rebekah’s continuing, enduring love for her son.



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