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Jeremiah 22:14

Context
NET ©

He says, “I will build myself a large palace with spacious upper rooms.” He cuts windows in its walls, panels it 1  with cedar, and paints its rooms red. 2 

NIV ©

He says, ‘I will build myself a great palace with spacious upper rooms.’ So he makes large windows in it, panels it with cedar and decorates it in red.

NASB ©

Who says, ‘I will build myself a roomy house With spacious upper rooms, And cut out its windows, Paneling it with cedar and painting it bright red.’

NLT ©

He says, ‘I will build a magnificent palace with huge rooms and many windows, paneled throughout with fragrant cedar and painted a lovely red.’

MSG ©

Who says, 'I'll build me an elaborate mansion with spacious rooms and fancy windows. I'll bring in rare and expensive woods and the latest in interior decor.'

BBE ©

Who says, I will make a wide house for myself, and rooms of great size, and has windows cut out, and has it roofed with cedar and painted with bright red.

NRSV ©

who says, "I will build myself a spacious house with large upper rooms," and who cuts out windows for it, paneling it with cedar, and painting it with vermilion.

NKJV ©

Who says, ‘I will build myself a wide house with spacious chambers, And cut out windows for it, Paneling it with cedar And painting it with vermilion.’


KJV
That saith
<0559> (8802)_,
I will build
<01129> (8799)
me a wide
<04060>
house
<01004>
and large
<07304> (8794)
chambers
<05944>_,
and cutteth him out
<07167> (8804)
windows
<02474>_;
and [it is] cieled
<05603> (8803)
with cedar
<0730>_,
and painted
<04886> (8800)
with vermilion
<08350>_.
{large: Heb. through-aired} {windows: or, my windows}
NASB ©
Who says
<0559>
, 'I will build
<01129>
myself a roomy
<04060>
house
<01004>
With spacious
<07304>
upper
<05944>
rooms
<05944>
, And cut
<07167>
out its windows
<02474>
, Paneling
<05603>
it with cedar
<0730>
and painting
<04886>
it bright
<08350>
red
<08350>
.'
HEBREW
rssb
<08350>
xwsmw
<04886>
zrab
<0730>
Nwpow
<05603>
ynwlx
<02474>
wl
<0>
erqw
<07167>
Myxwrm
<07304>
twylew
<05944>
twdm
<04060>
tyb
<01004>
yl
<0>
hnba
<01129>
rmah (22:14)
<0559>
LXXM
wkodomhsav
<3618
V-AAI-2S
seautw
<4572
D-DSM
oikon
<3624
N-ASM
summetron {A-ASM} uperwa
<5253
N-APN
ripista {A-APN} diestalmena {V-RPPAP} yurisin
<2376
N-DPF
kai
<2532
CONJ
exulwmena {V-RPPAP} en
<1722
PREP
kedrw {N-DSF} kai
<2532
CONJ
kecrismena
<5548
V-RPPAP
en
<1722
PREP
miltw {N-DSF}
NET © [draft] ITL
He says
<0559>
, “I will build
<01129>
myself a large palace
<01004>
with spacious
<04060>
upper
<05944>
rooms
<07304>
.” He cuts
<07167>
windows
<02474>
in its walls, panels it with
<05603>
cedar
<0730>
, and paints
<04886>
its rooms red
<08350>
.
NET ©

He says, “I will build myself a large palace with spacious upper rooms.” He cuts windows in its walls, panels it 1  with cedar, and paints its rooms red. 2 

NET © Notes

tc The MT should be emended to read חַלֹּנָיו וְסָפוֹן (khallonayv vÿsafon) instead of חַלֹּנָי וְסָפוּן (khallonay vÿsafon), i.e., the plural noun with third singular suffix rather than the first singular suffix and the infinitive absolute rather than the passive participle. The latter form then parallels the form for “paints” and functions in the same way (cf. GKC 345 §113.z for the infinitive with vav [ו] continuing a perfect). The errors in the MT involve reading the וְ once instead of twice (haplography) and reading the וּ (u) for the וֹ (o).

tn The word translated “red” only occurs here and in Ezek 23:14 where it refers to the pictures of the Babylonians on the wall of the temple. Evidently this was a favorite color for decoration. It is usually identified as vermilion, a mineral product from red ocher (cf. C. L. Wickwire, “Vermilion,” IDB 4:748).



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