Numbers 2:4

NET ©

Those numbered in his division are 74,600.

NIV ©

His division numbers 74,600.

NASB ©

and his army, even their numbered men, 74,600.

NLT ©

74,600.

MSG ©

His troops number 74,600.

BBE ©

The number of his army was seventy-four thousand, six hundred.

NRSV ©

with a company as enrolled of seventy-four thousand six hundred.

NKJV ©

And his army was numbered at seventy–four thousand six hundred.

KJV
And his host
<06635>_,
and those that were numbered
<06485> (8803)
of them, [were] threescore and fourteen
<07657> <0702>
thousand
<0505>
and six
<08337>
hundred
<03967>_.
HEBREW
twam
<03967>
ssw
<08337>
Pla
<0505>
Myebsw
<07657>
hebra
<0702>
Mhydqpw
<06485>
wabuw (2:4)
<06635>
LXXM
dunamiv
<1411>  
N-NSF
autou
<846>  
D-GSM
oi
<3588>  
T-NPM
epeskemmenoi
 
V-RMPNP
tessarev
<5064>  
A-NPM
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
ebdomhkonta
<1440>  
N-NUI
ciliadev
<5505>  
N-NPF
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
exakosioi
<1812>  
A-NPM
NET © [draft] ITL
Those numbered
<06485>
in his division
<06635>
are 74,600
<03967>

<08337>

<0505>

<07657>

<0702>
.
NET © Notes

tc The expression “and his divisions and those numbered of them” is somewhat tautological. The words are synonyms used for statistical purposes, and so neither should be simply deleted.