Throughout the period of his separation to the LORD he must not go near a dead body.
‘All the days of his separation to the LORD he shall not go near to a dead person.
And they may not go near a dead body during the entire period of their vow to the LORD,
"Also, for the duration of the consecration to GOD, you must not go near a corpse.
All the time he is separate he may not come near any dead body.
All the days that they separate themselves to the LORD they shall not go near a corpse.
‘All the days that he separates himself to the LORD he shall not go near a dead body.
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1 tn The Hebrew verb is simply “enter, go,” no doubt with the sense of go near.
2 tn The Hebrew has נֶפֶשׁ מֵת (nefesh met), literally a “dead person.” But since the word נֶפֶשׁ can also be used for animals, the restriction would be for any kind of corpse. Death was very much a part of the fallen world, and so for one so committed to the