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(1.00)(Joh 16:22)

tn Ordistress.”

(1.00)(Psa 138:7)

tn Ordistress.”

(1.00)(2Ch 33:12)

tn Ordistress.”

(0.80)(Joh 16:6)

tn Ordistressorgrief.”

(0.80)(Luk 21:25)

tn <i>Grki> “distress of nations.”

(0.80)(Psa 25:22)

tn <i>Hebi> “his distresses.”

(0.70)(Jdg 2:15)

tn Orthey experienced great distress.”

(0.60)(Joh 14:27)

tn Ordistressed or fearful and cowardly.”

(0.60)(Psa 25:17)

tn <i>Hebi> “from my distresses lead me out.”

(0.60)(Gen 42:21)

tn <i>Hebi> “the distress of his soul.”

(0.50)(Luk 18:23)

tn Orvery distressed” (L&N 25.277).

(0.50)(Oba 1:14)

tn <i>Hebi> “in the day of distress” (so KJV, ASV).

(0.50)(Isa 33:2)

tn <i>Hebi> “[Be] also our deliverance in the time of distress.”

(0.50)(Psa 59:16)

tn <i>Hebi> “and my shelter in the day of my distress.”

(0.50)(Psa 31:7)

tn <i>Hebi> “you know the distresses of my life.”

(0.50)(2Ch 15:6)

tn <i>Hebi> “threw them into confusion with all distress.”

(0.49)(Isa 63:9)

tn <i>Hebi> “in all their distress, there was distress to him” (reading <span class="hebrew">לוֹspan> [<span class="translit">lospan>] with the margin/<i>Qerei>).

(0.45)(Oba 1:13)

tn <i>Hebi> “in the day of his distress.” In this and the following phrase at the end of v. <data ref="Bible:Ob 13">13data> the suffix is third person masculine singular. As collective singulars both occurrences have been translated as plurals (“they suffered distressendured distress,” rather than, “he suffered distressendured distress”).

(0.45)(Oba 1:13)

tn <i>Hebi> “in the day of their distress.” The phrase is used three times in this verse; the Hebrew word translateddistress” (<span class="hebrew">אֵידָםspan>, <span class="translit">ʾedamspan>) is a wordplay on the name Edom. For stylistic reasons and to avoid monotony, in the present translation this phrase is rendered, “when they experienced distress,” “when they suffered distress,” andwhen they endured distress.”

(0.43)(Gen 42:21)

sn The repetition of the Hebrew noun translated <i>distressi> draws attention to the fact that they regard their present distress as appropriate punishment for their refusal to ignore their brother when he was in distress.