Do not plot harm against your neighbour, who lives trustfully near you.
Do not devise harm against your neighbor, While he lives securely beside you.
Do not plot against your neighbors, for they trust you.
Don't figure ways of taking advantage of your neighbor when he's sitting there trusting and unsuspecting.
Do not make evil designs against your neighbour, when he is living with you without fear.
Do not plan harm against your neighbor who lives trustingly beside you.
Do not devise evil against your neighbor, For he dwells by you for safety’s sake.
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|NET © Notes||
1 sn The verb חָרַשׁ (kharash) means “to cut in; to engrave; to plough; to devise.” The idea of plotting is metaphorical for working, practicing or fabricating (BDB 360 s.v.).
2 tn The vav (ו) prefixed to the pronoun introduces a disjunctive circumstantial clause: “when….”