Internet Verse Search Commentaries Word Analysis ITL - draft

Psalms 90:6

Context
NETBible

in the morning it glistens 1  and sprouts up; at evening time it withers 2  and dries up.

XREF

Job 14:2; Ps 92:7; Mt 6:30

NET © Notes

tn Or “flourishes.” The verb is used of a crown shining in Ps 132:18. Perhaps here in Ps 90:6 it refers to the glistening of the grass in the morning dew.

tn The Polel form of this verb occurs only here. Perhaps the form should be emended to a Qal (which necessitates eliminating the final lamed [ל] as dittographic). See Ps 37:2.



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