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Judges 9:5

Context
NET ©

He went to his father’s home in Ophrah and murdered his half-brothers, 1  the seventy legitimate 2  sons of Jerub-Baal, on one stone. Only Jotham, Jerub-Baal’s youngest son, escaped, 3  because he hid.

NIV ©

He went to his father’s home in Ophrah and on one stone murdered his seventy brothers, the sons of Jerub-Baal. But Jotham, the youngest son of Jerub-Baal, escaped by hiding.

NASB ©

Then he went to his father’s house at Ophrah and killed his brothers the sons of Jerubbaal, seventy men, on one stone. But Jotham the youngest son of Jerubbaal was left, for he hid himself.

NLT ©

He took the soldiers to his father’s home at Ophrah, and there, on one stone, they killed all seventy of his half brothers. But the youngest brother, Jotham, escaped and hid.

MSG ©

He went to his father's house in Ophrah and killed his half brothers, the sons of Jerub-Baal--seventy men! And on one stone! The youngest, Jotham son of Jerub-Baal, managed to hide, the only survivor.

BBE ©

Then he went to his father’s house at Ophrah, and put his brothers, the seventy sons of Jerubbaal, to death on the same stone; however, Jotham, the youngest, kept himself safe by going away to a secret place.

NRSV ©

He went to his father’s house at Ophrah, and killed his brothers the sons of Jerubbaal, seventy men, on one stone; but Jotham, the youngest son of Jerubbaal, survived, for he hid himself.

NKJV ©

Then he went to his father’s house at Ophrah and killed his brothers, the seventy sons of Jerubbaal, on one stone. But Jotham the youngest son of Jerubbaal was left, because he hid himself.


KJV
And he went
<0935> (8799)
unto his father's
<01>
house
<01004>
at Ophrah
<06084>_,
and slew
<02026> (8799)
his brethren
<0251>
the sons
<01121>
of Jerubbaal
<03378>_,
[being] threescore and ten
<07657>
persons
<0376>_,
upon one
<0259>
stone
<068>_:
notwithstanding yet Jotham
<03147>
the youngest
<06996>
son
<01121>
of Jerubbaal
<03378>
was left
<03498> (8735)_;
for he hid
<02244> (8738)
himself.
NASB ©
Then he went
<0935>
to his father's
<01>
house
<01004>
at Ophrah
<06084>
and killed
<02026>
his brothers
<0251>
the sons
<01121>
of Jerubbaal
<03378>
, seventy
<07657>
men
<0376>
, on one
<0259>
stone
<068>
. But Jotham
<03147>
the youngest
<06996>
son
<01121>
of Jerubbaal
<03378>
was left
<03498>
, for he hid
<02244>
himself.
HEBREW
o
abxn
<02244>
yk
<03588>
Njqh
<06996>
lebry
<03378>
Nb
<01121>
Mtwy
<03147>
rtwyw
<03498>
txa
<0259>
Nba
<068>
le
<05921>
sya
<0376>
Myebs
<07657>
lebry
<03378>
ynb
<01121>
wyxa
<0251>
ta
<0853>
grhyw
<02026>
htrpe
<06084>
wyba
<01>
tyb
<01004>
abyw (9:5)
<0935>
LXXM
kai
<2532
CONJ
eishlyen
<1525
V-AAI-3S
eiv
<1519
PREP
ton
<3588
T-ASM
oikon
<3624
N-ASM
tou
<3588
T-GSM
patrov
<3962
N-GSM
autou
<846
D-GSM
eiv
<1519
PREP
efraya {N-PRI} kai
<2532
CONJ
apekteinen
<615
V-AAI-3S
touv
<3588
T-APM
adelfouv
<80
N-APM
autou
<846
D-GSM
uiouv
<5207
N-APM
ierobaal {N-PRI} ebdomhkonta
<1440
N-NUI
andrav
<435
N-APM
epi
<1909
PREP
liyon
<3037
N-ASM
ena
<1519
A-ASM
kai
<2532
CONJ
apeleifyh
<620
V-API-3S
iwayam
<2488
N-PRI
uiov
<5207
N-NSM
ierobaal {N-PRI} o
<3588
T-NSM
newterov
<3501
A-NSMC
oti
<3754
CONJ
ekrubh
<2928
V-API-3S
NET © [draft] ITL
He went
<0935>
to his father’s
<01>
home
<01004>
in Ophrah
<06084>
and murdered
<02026>
his half-brothers
<0251>
, the seventy
<07657>
legitimate
<0376>
sons
<01121>
of Jerub-Baal
<03378>
, on
<05921>
one
<0259>
stone
<068>
. Only Jotham
<03147>
, Jerub-Baal’s
<03378>
youngest
<06996>
son
<01121>
, escaped
<03498>
, because
<03588>
he hid
<02244>
.
NET ©

He went to his father’s home in Ophrah and murdered his half-brothers, 1  the seventy legitimate 2  sons of Jerub-Baal, on one stone. Only Jotham, Jerub-Baal’s youngest son, escaped, 3  because he hid.

NET © Notes

tn Heb “his brothers.”

tn The word “legitimate” is not in the Hebrew text, but is supplied in the translation for clarification.

tn Heb “remained.”



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