Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Hosea 10:6

Context
NET ©

Even the calf idol 1  will be carried to Assyria, as tribute for the great king. 2  Ephraim will be disgraced; Israel will be put to shame because 3  of its wooden idol. 4 

NIV ©

It will be carried to Assyria as tribute for the great king. Ephraim will be disgraced; Israel will be ashamed of its wooden idols.

NASB ©

The thing itself will be carried to Assyria As tribute to King Jareb; Ephraim will be seized with shame And Israel will be ashamed of its own counsel.

NLT ©

This idol they love so much will be carted away with them when they go as captives to Assyria, a gift to the great king there. Israel will be laughed at and shamed because its people have trusted in this idol.

MSG ©

They have plans to take it to Assyria, present it as a gift to the great king. And so Ephraim makes a fool of himself, disgraces Israel with his stupid idols.

BBE ©

And they will take it to Assyria and give it to the great king; shame will come on Ephraim, and Israel will be shamed because of its image.

NRSV ©

The thing itself shall be carried to Assyria as tribute to the great king. Ephraim shall be put to shame, and Israel shall be ashamed of his idol.

NKJV ©

The idol also shall be carried to Assyria As a present for King Jareb. Ephraim shall receive shame, And Israel shall be ashamed of his own counsel.


KJV
It shall be also carried
<02986> (8714)
unto Assyria
<0804>
[for] a present
<04503>
to king
<04428>
Jareb
<03377>_:
Ephraim
<0669>
shall receive
<03947> (8799)
shame
<01317>_,
and Israel
<03478>
shall be ashamed
<0954> (8799)
of his own counsel
<06098>_.
NASB ©
The thing itself
<01571>
will be carried
<02986>
to Assyria
<0804>
As tribute
<04503>
to King
<04428>
Jareb
<03377>
; Ephraim
<0669>
will be seized
<03947>
with shame
<01317>
And Israel
<03478>
will be ashamed
<0954>
of its own counsel
<06098>
.
HEBREW
wtuem
<06098>
larvy
<03478>
swbyw
<0954>
xqy
<03947>
Myrpa
<0669>
hnsb
<01317>
bry
<03377>
Klml
<04428>
hxnm
<04503>
lbwy
<02986>
rwsal
<0804>
wtwa
<0853>
Mg (10:6)
<01571>
LXXM
kai
<2532
CONJ
auton
<846
D-ASM
eiv
<1519
PREP
assuriouv {N-APM} dhsantev
<1210
V-AAPNP
aphnegkan
<667
V-AAI-3P
xenia
<3578
N-NSF
tw
<3588
T-DSM
basilei
<935
N-DSM
iarim {N-PRI} en
<1722
PREP
domati
<1390
N-DSN
efraim
<2187
N-PRI
dexetai
<1209
V-FMI-3S
kai
<2532
CONJ
aiscunyhsetai
<153
V-FPI-3S
israhl
<2474
N-PRI
en
<1722
PREP
th
<3588
T-DSF
boulh
<1012
N-DSF
autou
<846
D-GSM
NET © [draft] ITL
Even
<01571>
the calf idol will be carried
<02986>
to Assyria
<0804>
, as tribute
<04503>
for the great king
<04428>
. Ephraim
<0669>
will be disgraced
<01317>
; Israel
<03478>
will be put
<03947>
to shame
<0954>
because of its wooden idol
<06098>
.
NET ©

Even the calf idol 1  will be carried to Assyria, as tribute for the great king. 2  Ephraim will be disgraced; Israel will be put to shame because 3  of its wooden idol. 4 

NET © Notes

tn The antecedent of the 3rd person masculine singular direct object pronoun אוֹתוֹ (’oto, “it”) is probably the calf idol of Beth Aven mentioned in 10:5a. This has been specified in the translation for clarity (cf. TEV, NLT).

tc The MT reads מֶלֶךְ יָרֵב (melekh yarev, “a king who contends”?) which is syntactically awkward: מֶלֶךְ (“king”) followed by יָרֵב (“let him contend!”; Qal jussive 3rd person masculine singular from רִיב, riv, “to contend”). Note that KJV, ASV, NASB treat this as a proper name (“king Jareb”). The MT reading is probably the result of faulty word division. As the BHS editors suggest, the original reading most likely is מַלְכִּי רָב (malki rav, “the great king”). The suffixed י (yod) on מַלְכִּי is the remnant of the old genitive ending. This is the equivalent of the Assyrian royal epithet sarru rabbu (“the great king”). See also the tc note on the same phrase in 5:13.

tn The preposition מִן (min) functions in a causal sense specifying the logical cause: “because of” or “on account of” (e.g., Exod 2:23; Deut 7:7; Nah 3:4; BDB 580 s.v. מִן 2.f; HALOT 598 s.v. מִן 6).

tn The meaning of the root of מֵעֲצָתוֹ (meatsato, preposition מִן, min, + feminine singular noun עֵצָה, ’etsah, + 3rd person masculine singular suffix) is debated. There are three options: (1) “its counsel” from I עֵצָה (“counsel; advice; plan”; BDB 420 s.v. עֵצָה; HALOT 867 s.v. I עֵצָה 3.a); (2) “its disobedience” from II עֵצָה (“disobedience,” but the existence of this root is debated; see HALOT 867 s.v. II עֵצָה); and (3) “its wooden idol” from III עֵצָה (“wood”; cf. Jer 6:6) referring to the wooden idol/effigy (the calf idol in 10:5), a stick of wood covered with gold (HALOT 867 s.v.). The last option is favored contextually: (a) the idol is called “a stick of wood” in Hos 4:12, and (b) the calf idol (probably the referent) of the cult is mentioned in 10:5. The English versions are divided: (1) “his idol” (RSV, NRSV), “its wooden idols” (NIV), “image” (NJPS margin), “that idol” (CEV), “this idol” (NLT); and (2) “his own counsel” (KJV, ASV), “its own counsel” (NASB), “his plans” (NJPS), “his schemes” (NAB), “the advice” (TEV).



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