He is carried to the grave, and watch is kept over his tomb.
"While he is carried to the grave, Men will keep watch over his tomb.
When they are carried to the grave, an honor guard keeps watch at their tomb.
Not likely--they're given fancy funerals with all the trimmings,
He is taken to his last resting-place, and keeps watch over it.
When they are carried to the grave, a watch is kept over their tomb.
Yet he shall be brought to the grave, And a vigil kept over the tomb.
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1 tn The verb says “he will watch.” The subject is unspecified, so the translation is passive.
2 tn The Hebrew word refers to the tumulus, the burial mound that is erected on the spot where the person is buried.