Proverbs 1:14

NET ©

Join with us! We will all share equally in what we steal.”

NIV ©

throw in your lot with us, and we will share a common purse"—

NASB ©

Throw in your lot with us, We shall all have one purse,"

NLT ©

Come on, throw in your lot with us; we’ll split our loot with you."

MSG ©

Join us for the time of your life! With us, it's share and share alike!"--

BBE ©

Take your chance with us, and we will all have one money-bag:

NRSV ©

Throw in your lot among us; we will all have one purse" —

NKJV ©

Cast in your lot among us, Let us all have one purse" ––

KJV
Cast
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in thy lot
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among
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us; let us all have one
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purse
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HEBREW
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lypt
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Klrwg (1:14)
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LXXM
ton
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PRT
son
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klhron
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bale
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en
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PREP
hmin
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P-DP
koinon
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PRT
ballantion
 
N-ASN
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CONJ
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P-DP
NET © [draft] ITL
Join with us! We will all
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share equally
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in what we steal.”
NET © Notes

tn Heb “Throw in your lot with us.” This is a figurative expression (hypocatastasis) urging the naive to join their life of crime and divide their loot equally. The noun גּוֹרָל (goral, “lot”) can refer to (1) lot thrown for decision-making processes, e.g., choosing the scapegoat (Lev 16:8), discovering a guilty party (Jonah 1:7) or allocating property (Josh 18:6); (2) allotted portion (Josh 15:1) and (3) allotted fate or future destiny (Prov 1:14; Dan 12:13; see BDB 174 s.v.). Here the criminals urged the lad to share their life. The verb תַּפִּיל (tappil) is an imperfect of injunction: “Throw in…!” but might also be an imperfect of permission: “you may throw.” It functions metonymically as an invitation to join their life of crime: “share with us” (BDB 658 s.v. 3).

tn Heb “there will be to all of us.”

tn Heb “one purse” (so KJV, NAB, NRSV). The term כִּיס (kis, “purse; bag”) is a synecdoche of container (= purse) for contents (= stolen goods). The adjective אֶחָד (’ekhad, “one”) indicates that the thieves promised to share equally in what they had stolen.