Lamentations 3:42

NET ©

“We have blatantly rebelled; you have not forgiven.”

NIV ©

"We have sinned and rebelled and you have not forgiven.

NASB ©

We have transgressed and rebelled, You have not pardoned.

NLT ©

"We have sinned and rebelled, and you have not forgiven us.

MSG ©

"We've been contrary and willful, and you haven't forgiven.

BBE ©

We have done wrong and gone against your law; we have not had your forgiveness.

NRSV ©

We have transgressed and rebelled, and you have not forgiven.

NKJV ©

We have transgressed and rebelled; You have not pardoned.

KJV
We
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have transgressed
<06586> (8804)
and have rebelled
<04784> (8804)_:
thou hast not pardoned
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HEBREW
o
txlo
<05545>
al
<03808>
hta
<0859>
wnyrmw
<04784>
wnesp
<06586>
wnxn (3:42)
<05168>
LXXM
hmarthsamen
<264>  
V-AAI-1P
hsebhsamen
<764>  
V-AAI-1P
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
ouc
<3364>  
ADV
ilasyhv
<2433>  
V-API-2S
NET © [draft] ITL
“We have blatantly
<05168>
rebelled
<04784>
; you
<0859>
have not
<03808>
forgiven
<05545>
.”
NET © Notes

tn The Heb emphasiszes the pronoun “We – we have sinned….” Given the contrast with the following, it means “For our part, we have sinned….” A poetic reading in English would place vocal emphasis on “we” followed by a short pause.

tn Heb “We have revolted and we have rebelled.” The two verbs פָשַׁעְנוּ וּמָרִינוּ (pashanu umarinu, “we have revolted and we have rebelled”) form a verbal hendiadys in which the synonyms emphasize the single idea.

tn The Heb emphasiszes the pronoun “You – you have not forgiven.” Given the contrast with the preceding, it means “For your part, you have not forgiven.” A poetic reading in English would place vocal emphasis on “you” followed by a short pause.