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(1.00)(Amo 8:3)

tn Orpalace” (NASB, NCV, TEV).

(0.71)(Psa 144:12)

tn <i>Hebi> “carved [in] the pattern of a palace.”

(0.71)(Ezr 4:14)

tn <i>Arami> “we eat the salt of the palace.”

(0.71)(Jdg 3:19)

tn Orreturned” (i.e., to Eglons palace).

(0.61)(Jer 36:22)

tn <i>Hebi> “in the autumn house.” Commentators are agreed that this was not a separate building or palace but the winter quarters in the palace.

(0.57)(Dan 1:4)

tn <i>Hebi> “to stand in the palace of the king” (cf. vv. <data ref="Bible:Da 1:5">5data>, <data ref="Bible:Da 1:19">19data>).

(0.57)(Psa 45:8)

tn <i>Hebi> “from the palaces of ivory stringed instrument[s] make you happy.”

(0.57)(Est 5:1)

tn <i>Hebi> “of the house of the king”; NASB, NRSVof the kings palace.”

(0.51)(1Ki 10:17)

sn <i>The Palace of the Lebanon Foresti>. This name was appropriate because of the large amount of cedar, undoubtedly brought from Lebanon, used in its construction. The cedar pillars in the palace must have given it the appearance of a forest.

(0.51)(1Ki 7:2)

sn <i>The Palace of the Lebanon Foresti>. This name was appropriate because of the large amount of cedar, undoubtedly brought from Lebanon, used in its construction. The cedar pillars in the palace must have given it the appearance of a forest.

(0.50)(Amo 9:6)

sn Verse <data ref="Bible:Am 9:6">6adata> pictures the entire universe as a divine palace founded <i>on the earthi> and extending into the heavens.

(0.50)(2Sa 16:22)

sn That is, on top of the flat roof of the palace, so it would be visible to the public.

(0.49)(Psa 45:8)

tn <i>Hebi> “the palaces of ivory.” The phrasepalaces of ivoryrefers to palaces that had ivory panels and furniture decorated with ivory inlays. Such decoration with ivory was characteristic of a high level of luxury. See <data ref="Bible:1Ki 22:39">1 Kgs 22:39data> and <data ref="Bible:Am 3:15">Amos 3:15data>.

(0.43)(Luk 11:21)

tn The word <span class="greek">αὐλήspan> (<span class="translit">aulēspan>) describes any building large and elaborate enough to have an interior courtyard, thusdwelling, palace, mansion” (L&N 7.6).

(0.43)(Luk 7:25)

tn This is a different Greek term than in the parallel in <data ref="Bible:Mt 11:8">Matt 11:8data>. Cf. BDAG 169 s.v. <span class="greek">βασίλειοςspan>, “the (royal) palace.”

(0.43)(Mat 11:8)

tn <i>Grki> “houses.” Cf. BDAG 698 s.v. <span class="greek">οἶκοςspan> 1.a.<span class="greek">βspan>, “of any large building <span class="greek">οἶκος τοῦ βασιλέωςspan> <i>the kings palacei>.”

(0.43)(Jer 22:1)

sn The allusion here is to going down from the temple to the palace, which was on a lower eminence. See <data ref="Bible:Je 36:12">36:12data> in its context.

(0.43)(Pro 30:28)

tn Although the Hebrew noun translatedkingis singular here, it is traditionally translated as plural: “kingspalaces” (so KJV, NASB, NIV, NRSV).

(0.43)(Psa 11:4)

tn Because of the royal imagery involved here, one could translatelofty palace.” The <span class="smcaps">Lordspan>’s heavenly temple is in view here (see <data ref="Bible:Mic 1:2-4">Mic 1:2-4data>).

(0.43)(Est 4:14)

tn <i>Hebi> “have come to the kingdom”; NRSVto royal dignity”; NIVto your royal position”; NLThave been elevated to the palace.”