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Proverbs 31:16

Context
NET ©

She considers 1  a field and buys it; from her own income 2  she plants a vineyard.

NIV ©

She considers a field and buys it; out of her earnings she plants a vineyard.

NASB ©

She considers a field and buys it; From her earnings she plants a vineyard.

NLT ©

She goes out to inspect a field and buys it; with her earnings she plants a vineyard.

MSG ©

She looks over a field and buys it, then, with money she's put aside, plants a garden.

BBE ©

After looking at a field with care, she gets it for a price, planting a vine-garden with the profit of her work.

NRSV ©

She considers a field and buys it; with the fruit of her hands she plants a vineyard.

NKJV ©

She considers a field and buys it; From her profits she plants a vineyard.


KJV
She considereth
<02161> (8804)
a field
<07704>_,
and buyeth
<03947> (8799)
it: with the fruit
<06529>
of her hands
<03709>
she planteth
<05193> (8804)
a vineyard
<03754>_.
{buyeth: Heb. taketh}
NASB ©
She considers
<02161>
a field
<07704>
and buys
<03947>
it; From her earnings
<06529>
<3709> she plants
<05193>
a vineyard
<03754>
.
HEBREW
Mrk
<03754>
*hejn {ejn}
<05193>
hypk
<03709>
yrpm
<06529>
whxqtw
<03947>
hdv
<07704>
hmmz (31:16)
<02161>
LXXM
yewrhsasa
<2334
V-AAPNS
gewrgion
<1091
N-ASN
epriato {V-AMI-3S} apo
<575
PREP
de
<1161
PRT
karpwn
<2590
N-GPM
ceirwn
<5495
N-GPF
authv
<846
D-GSF
katefuteusen {V-AAI-3S} kthma
<2933
N-ASN
NET © [draft] ITL
She considers
<02161>
a field
<07704>
and buys
<03947>
it; from her own income
<03709>
she plants
<05193>
a vineyard
<03754>
.
NET ©

She considers 1  a field and buys it; from her own income 2  she plants a vineyard.

NET © Notes

tn The first word of the seventh line begins with ז (zayin), the seventh letter of the Hebrew alphabet.

sn The word “considers” means “to plan carefully” in accordance with her purposes. The word is often used in the book of Proverbs for devising evil; but here it is used positively of the woman’s wise investment.

tn Heb “from the fruit of her hands.” The expression employs two figures. “Hands” is a metonymy of cause, indicating the work she does. “Fruit” is a hypocatastasis, an implied comparison meaning what she produces, the income she earns. She is able to plant a vineyard from her income.



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