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(1.00) (Job 11:15)

tn For this use of the preposition מִן (min) see GKC 382 §119.w.

(0.87) (Act 15:22)

sn Silas. See 2 Cor 1:19; 1 Thess 1:1; 2 Thess 1:1 (= Silvanus).

(0.87) (Isa 65:25)

tn Heb “in all my holy mountain.” These same words appear in 11:9. See the note there.

(0.87) (Psa 44:26)

tn Or “redeem us.” See Pss 25:22; 26:11; 69:18; 119:134.

(0.87) (Job 12:17)

tn The personal pronoun normally present as the subject of the participle is frequently omitted (see GKC 381 §119.s).

(0.87) (Job 1:6)

tn The preposition עַל (ʿal) in this construction after a verb of standing or going means “before” (GKC 383 §119.cc).

(0.87) (Exo 1:14)

tn The preposition bet (ב) in this verse has the instrumental use: “by means of” (see GKC 380 §119.o).

(0.75) (Pro 9:5)

tn The construction features a cognate accusative (verb and noun from same root). The preposition ב (bet) has the partitive use “some” (GKC 380 §119.m).

(0.75) (Psa 148:8)

tn In Ps 119:83 the noun refers to “smoke,” but here, where the elements of nature are addressed, the clouds, which resemble smoke, are probably in view.

(0.75) (Psa 50:20)

tn Heb “you sit, against your brother you speak.” To “sit” and “speak” against someone implies plotting against that person (see Ps 119:23).

(0.75) (Rut 2:8)

tn Heb “Have you not heard?” The idiomatic, negated rhetorical question is equivalent to an affirmation (see F. W. Bush, Ruth, Esther [WBC], 119, and GKC 474 §150.e).

(0.75) (Exo 6:3)

tn The preposition bet (ב) in this construction should be classified as a bet essentiae, a bet of essence (see also GKC 379 §119.i).

(0.75) (Exo 3:2)

tn Gesenius rightly classifies this as a bet (ב) essentiae (GKC 379 §119.i); it would then indicate that Yahweh appeared to Moses “as a flame.”

(0.71) (Jer 15:8)

tn This word is used only here and in Hos 11:9. It is related to the root meaning “to rouse” (so BDB 735 s.v. I עִיר). Here it refers to the excitement or agitation caused by terror. In Hos 11:9 it refers to the excitement or arousal of anger.

(0.62) (Act 2:31)

tn Or “abandoned in the world of the dead.” The translation “world of the dead” for Hades is suggested by L&N 1.19. The phrase is an allusion to Ps 16:10.

(0.62) (Joh 17:3)

tn Using αὕτη δέ (hautē de) to introduce an explanation is typical Johannine style; it was used before in John 1:19; 3:19, and 15:12.

(0.62) (Luk 9:2)

sn “To send out” is often a term of divine commission in Luke: 1:19; 4:18, 43; 7:27; 9:48; 10:1, 16; 11:49; 13:34; 24:49.

(0.62) (Mar 8:10)

sn See the note at Mark 1:19 for a description of the first-century fishing boat discovered in 1986 near Tiberias on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee.

(0.62) (Mar 6:45)

sn See the note at Mark 1:19 for a description of the first-century fishing boat discovered in 1986 near Tiberias on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee.

(0.62) (Mar 6:32)

sn See the note at Mark 1:19 for a description of the first-century fishing boat discovered in 1986 near Tiberias on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee.



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