Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Isaiah 23:7

Context
NET ©

Is this really your boisterous city 1  whose origins are in the distant past, 2  and whose feet led her to a distant land to reside?

NIV ©

Is this your city of revelry, the old, old city, whose feet have taken her to settle in far-off lands?

NASB ©

Is this your jubilant city, Whose origin is from antiquity, Whose feet used to carry her to colonize distant places?

NLT ©

How can this silent ruin be all that is left of your once joyous city? What a history was yours! Think of all the colonists you sent to distant lands.

MSG ©

Is this the city you remember as energetic and alive, bustling with activity, this historic old city, Expanding throughout the globe, buying and selling all over the world?

BBE ©

Is this the town which was full of joy, whose start goes back to times long past, whose wanderings took her into far-off countries?

NRSV ©

Is this your exultant city whose origin is from days of old, whose feet carried her to settle far away?

NKJV ©

Is this your joyous city , Whose antiquity is from ancient days, Whose feet carried her far off to dwell?


KJV
[Is] this your joyous
<05947>
[city], whose antiquity
<06927>
[is] of ancient
<06924>
days
<03117>_?
her own feet
<07272>
shall carry
<02986> (8686)
her afar off
<07350>
to sojourn
<01481> (8800)_.
{afar...: Heb. from afar off}
NASB ©
Is this
<0384>
your jubilant
<05947>
city, Whose origin
<06927>
is from antiquity
<06927>
, Whose feet
<07272>
used to carry
<02986>
her to colonize
<01481>
distant
<07350>
places?
HEBREW
rwgl
<01481>
qwxrm
<07350>
hylgr
<07272>
hwlby
<02986>
htmdq
<06927>
Mdq
<06924>
ymym
<03117>
hzyle
<05947>
Mkl
<0>
tazh (23:7)
<02063>
LXXM
ouc
<3364
ADV
auth
<3778
D-NSF
hn
<1510
V-IAI-3S
umwn
<4771
P-GP
h
<3588
T-NSF
ubriv
<5196
N-NSF
h
<3588
T-NSF
ap
<575
PREP
archv
<746
N-GSF
prin
<4250
ADV
h
<2228
CONJ
paradoyhnai
<3860
V-APN
authn
<846
D-ASF
NET © [draft] ITL
Is this
<02063>
really your boisterous
<05947>
city whose origins
<06927>
are in the distant past
<06924>
, and whose feet
<07272>
led
<02986>
her to a distant land
<07350>
to reside
<01481>
?
NET ©

Is this really your boisterous city 1  whose origins are in the distant past, 2  and whose feet led her to a distant land to reside?

NET © Notes

tn Heb “Is this to you, boisterous one?” The pronoun “you” is masculine plural, like the imperatives in v. 6, so it is likely addressed to the Egyptians and residents of the coast. “Boisterous one” is a feminine singular form, probably referring to the personified city of Tyre.

tn Heb “in the days of antiquity [is] her beginning.”



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