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(1.00) (Gen 47:6)

tn Heb “men of skill.”

(0.88) (2Ch 30:22)

tn Heb “who demonstrated skill [with] good skill for the Lord.”

(0.75) (Psa 33:3)

tn Heb “play skillfully with a loud shout.”

(0.62) (1Ki 7:14)

tn Heb “he was filled with the skill, understanding, and knowledge.”

(0.50) (1Ch 28:21)

tn Heb “and with you in all work, for every willing [one] in skill for all service.”

(0.50) (1Ch 14:1)

tn Heb “craftsman of a wall,” that is, masons skilled at building stone walls.

(0.50) (Exo 36:2)

tn Here there is a slight change: “in whose heart Yahweh had put skill.”

(0.49) (Hos 13:2)

tn The term כִּתְבוּנָם (kitvunam, “according to their skill”; preposition כְּ + feminine singular noun תְּבוּנָה, tevunah + third person masculine plural suffix) is an abbreviated form of כִּתְבוּנָתָם (kitvunatam; GKC 255-56 §91.e). תְּבוּנָה means “understanding, faculty, skill” (BDB 108 s.v. תְּבוּנָה 1). It refers to a builder skillfully constructing a house (Prov 24:3), God skillfully fashioning creation (Ps 136:5; Prov 3:19), and a craftsman skillfully making an idol (Hos 13:2).

(0.46) (Pro 1:2)

sn The noun “wisdom” (חָכְמָה, khokhmah) could be nuanced “moral skill.” It refers to “skill” that produces something of value. It is used in reference to the skill of seamen (Ps 107:27), abilities of weavers (Exod 35:26), capabilities of administrators (1 Kgs 3:28), or skill of craftsmen (Exod 31:6). In the realm of moral living, it refers to skill in living—one lives life with moral skill so that something of lasting value is produced from one’s life. Deut 4:6 refers to the statutes and laws given by God as Israel’s wisdom.

(0.44) (Jer 10:9)

sn There is an ironic pun in this last line. The Hebrew word translated “skillful workers” is the same word that is translated “wise people” in v. 7. The artisans do their work skillfully but they are not “wise.”

(0.44) (Exo 35:35)

tn The expression “wisdom of heart,” or “wisdom in heart,” means artistic skill. The decisions and plans they make are skilled. The expression forms a second accusative after the verb of filling.

(0.44) (Act 17:29)

tn Grk “by the skill and imagination of man,” but ἀνθρώπου (anthrōpou) has been translated as an attributive genitive.

(0.44) (2Ch 17:13)

tn Heb “and many supplies were his in the cities of Judah, and men of war, warriors of skill in Jerusalem.”

(0.44) (1Ch 25:7)

tn Heb “and their number with their brothers, trained in music to the Lord, all skilled, was 288.”

(0.44) (Exo 35:25)

tn Heb “wisdom of heart,” which means that they were skilled and could make all the right choices about the work.

(0.37) (Luk 5:17)

tn That is, those who were skilled in the teaching and interpretation of the OT law. These are called “experts in the law” (Grk “scribes”) in v. 21.

(0.37) (Mic 7:3)

tn Heb “their hands [reach] to evil to do [it] well,” or with slight emendation “their hands are skillful at doing evil.”

(0.37) (Dan 8:25)

tn The Hebrew term has a primary meaning of “skill, insight,” but here it has the connotation “cunning, treachery.” See BDB 968 s.v. שֵׂכֶל, שֶׂכֶל.

(0.37) (Eze 21:31)

sn The imagery of blowing on the sword with fire and putting it in the hands of skillful men can evoke the work of smithies.

(0.37) (Jer 50:9)

tn Or more freely, “Their arrows will be as successful at hitting their mark // as a skilled soldier—he always returns from battle with plunder.”



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