Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Job 33:21

Context
NET ©

His flesh wastes away from sight, and his bones, which were not seen, are easily visible. 1 

NIV ©

His flesh wastes away to nothing, and his bones, once hidden, now stick out.

NASB ©

"His flesh wastes away from sight, And his bones which were not seen stick out.

NLT ©

They waste away to skin and bones.

MSG ©

They lose weight, wasting away to nothing, reduced to a bag of bones.

BBE ©

His flesh is so wasted away, that it may not be seen, and his bones. …

NRSV ©

Their flesh is so wasted away that it cannot be seen; and their bones, once invisible, now stick out.

NKJV ©

His flesh wastes away from sight, And his bones stick out which once were not seen.


KJV
His flesh
<01320>
is consumed away
<03615> (8799)_,
that it cannot be seen
<07210>_;
and his bones
<06106>
[that] were not seen
<07200> (8795)
stick out
<08192> (8795) (8675) <08205>_.
NASB ©
"His flesh
<01320>
wastes
<03615>
away
<03615>
from sight
<07210>
, And his bones
<06106>
which were not seen
<07210>
stick
<08192>
out.
HEBREW
war
<07200>
al
<03808>
wytwmue
<06106>
*wpsw {ypsw}
<08205>
yarm
<07210>
wrvb
<01320>
lky (33:21)
<03615>
LXXM
ewv
<2193
CONJ
an
<302
PRT
sapwsin
<4595
V-AAS-3P
autou
<846
D-GSM
ai
<3588
T-NPF
sarkev
<4561
N-NPF
kai
<2532
CONJ
apodeixh {V-AAS-3S} ta
<3588
T-APN
osta
<3747
N-APN
autou
<846
D-GSM
kena
<2756
A-APN
NET © [draft] ITL
His flesh
<01320>
wastes away
<03615>
from sight
<07210>
, and his bones
<06106>
, which were not
<03808>
seen
<07200>
, are easily visible
<08205>
.
NET ©

His flesh wastes away from sight, and his bones, which were not seen, are easily visible. 1 

NET © Notes

tc Heb “are laid bare.” This is the Qere reading; the Kethib means “bare height.” Gordis reverses the word order: “his bones are bare [i.e., crushed] so that they cannot be looked upon.” But the sense of that is not clear.



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