Genesis 9:18

NET ©

The sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth. (Now Ham was the father of Canaan.)

NIV ©

The sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem, Ham and Japheth. (Ham was the father of Canaan.)

NASB ©

Now the sons of Noah who came out of the ark were Shem and Ham and Japheth; and Ham was the father of Canaan.

NLT ©

Shem, Ham, and Japheth, the three sons of Noah, survived the Flood with their father. (Ham is the ancestor of the Canaanites.)

MSG ©

The sons of Noah who came out of the ship were Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Ham was the father of Canaan.

BBE ©

And the sons of Noah who went out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth; and Ham is the father of Canaan.

NRSV ©

The sons of Noah who went out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth. Ham was the father of Canaan.

NKJV ©

Now the sons of Noah who went out of the ark were Shem, Ham, and Japheth. And Ham was the father of Canaan.

KJV
And the sons
<01121>
of Noah
<05146>_,
that went forth
<03318> (8802)
of the ark
<08392>_,
were Shem
<08035>_,
and Ham
<02526>_,
and Japheth
<03315>_:
and Ham
<02526> <01931>
[is] the father
<01>
of Canaan
<03667>_.
{Canaan: Heb. Chenaan}
HEBREW
Nenk
<03667>
yba
<01>
awh
<01931>
Mxw
<02526>
tpyw
<03315>
Mxw
<02526>
Ms
<08035>
hbth
<08392>
Nm
<04480>
Myauyh
<03318>
xn
<05146>
ynb
<01121>
wyhyw (9:18)
<01961>
LXXM
hsan
<1510>  
V-IAI-3P
de
<1161>  
PRT
oi
<3588>  
T-NPM
uioi
<5207>  
N-NPM
nwe
<3575>  
N-PRI
oi
<3588>  
T-NPM
exelyontev
<1831>  
V-AAPNP
ek
<1537>  
PREP
thv
<3588>  
T-GSF
kibwtou
<2787>  
N-GSF
shm
<4590>  
N-PRI
cam
 
N-PRI
iafey
 
N-PRI
cam
 
N-PRI
hn
<1510>  
V-IAI-3S
pathr
<3962>  
N-NSM
canaan
<5477>  
N-PRI
NET © [draft] ITL
The sons
<01121>
of Noah
<05146>
who came out
<03318>
of the ark
<08392>
were Shem
<08035>
, Ham
<02526>
, and Japheth
<03315>
. (Now Ham
<02526>
was
<01931>
the father
<01>
of Canaan
<03667>
.)
NET © Notes

sn The concluding disjunctive clause is parenthetical. It anticipates the following story, which explains that the Canaanites, Ham’s descendants through Canaan, were cursed because they shared the same moral abandonment that their ancestor displayed. See A. van Selms, “The Canaanites in the Book of Genesis,” OTS 12 (1958): 182-213.