1 Chronicles 12:14
ContextNET © | These Gadites were military leaders; the least led a hundred men, the greatest a thousand.^{ 1 } |
NIV © | These Gadites were army commanders; the least was a match for a hundred, and the greatest for a thousand. |
NASB © | These of the sons of Gad were captains of the army; he who was least was equal to a hundred and the greatest to a thousand. |
NLT © | These warriors from Gad were army commanders. The weakest among them could take on a hundred regular troops, and the strongest could take on a thousand! |
MSG © | These Gadites were the cream of the crop--any one of them was worth a hundred lesser men, and the best of them were worth a thousand. |
BBE © | These Gadites were captains of the army; the least of them was captain over a hundred men, and the greatest over a thousand. |
NRSV © | These Gadites were officers of the army, the least equal to a hundred and the greatest to a thousand. |
NKJV © | These were from the sons of Gad, captains of the army; the least was over a hundred, and the greatest was over a thousand. |
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NET © | These Gadites were military leaders; the least led a hundred men, the greatest a thousand.^{ 1 } |
NET © Notes |
^{1 }tn Heb “one for a hundred the small, and the great for a thousand.” Another option is to translate the preposition -לְ (lamed) as “against” and to understand this as a hyperbolic reference to their prowess: “the least could stand against a hundred, the greatest against a thousand.” |