Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Job 24:6

Context
NET ©

They reap fodder 1  in the field, and glean 2  in the vineyard of the wicked.

NIV ©

They gather fodder in the fields and glean in the vineyards of the wicked.

NASB ©

"They harvest their fodder in the field And glean the vineyard of the wicked.

NLT ©

They harvest a field they do not own, and they glean in the vineyards of the wicked.

MSG ©

They sort through the garbage of the rich, eke out survival on handouts.

BBE ©

They get mixed grain from the field, and they take away the late fruit from the vines of those who have wealth.

NRSV ©

They reap in a field not their own and they glean in the vineyard of the wicked.

NKJV ©

They gather their fodder in the field And glean in the vineyard of the wicked.


KJV
They reap
<07114> (8799) (8675) <07114> (8686)
[every one] his corn
<01098>
in the field
<07704>_:
and they gather
<03953> (8762)
the vintage
<03754>
of the wicked
<07563>_.
{corn: Heb. mingled corn, or, dredge} {they gather...: Heb. the wicked gather the vintage}
NASB ©
"They harvest
<07114>
their fodder
<01098>
in the field
<07704>
And glean
<03953>
the vineyard
<03754>
of the wicked
<07563>
.
HEBREW
wsqly
<03953>
esr
<07563>
Mrkw
<03754>
*wrwuqy {wryuqy}
<07114>
wlylb
<01098>
hdvb (24:6)
<07704>
LXXM
agron
<68
N-ASM
pro
<4253
PREP
wrav
<5610
N-GSF
ouk
<3364
ADV
autwn
<846
D-GPM
onta
<1510
V-PAPAS
eyerisan
<2325
V-AAI-3P
adunatoi
<102
A-NPM
de
<1161
PRT
ampelwnav
<290
N-APM
asebwn
<765
A-GPM
amisyi {ADV} kai
<2532
CONJ
asiti {ADV} hrgasanto
<2038
V-AMI-3P
NET © [draft] ITL
They reap
<07114>
fodder
<01098>
in the field
<07704>
, and glean
<03953>
in the vineyard
<03754>
of the wicked
<07563>
.
NET ©

They reap fodder 1  in the field, and glean 2  in the vineyard of the wicked.

NET © Notes

tc The word בְּלִילוֹ (bÿlilo) means “his fodder.” It is unclear to what this refers. If the suffix is taken as a collective, then it can be translated “they gather/reap their fodder.” The early versions all have “they reap in a field which is not his” (taking it as בְּלִי לוֹ, bÿli lo). A conjectural emendation would change the word to בַּלַּיְלָה (ballaylah, “in the night”). But there is no reason for this.

tn The verbs in this verse are uncertain. In the first line “reap” is used, and that would be the work of a hired man (and certainly not done at night). The meaning of this second verb is uncertain; it has been taken to mean “glean,” which would be the task of the poor.



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