Deuteronomy 2:11

NET ©

These people, as well as the Anakites, are also considered Rephaites; the Moabites call them Emites.

NIV ©

Like the Anakites, they too were considered Rephaites, but the Moabites called them Emites.

NASB ©

Like the Anakim, they are also regarded as Rephaim, but the Moabites call them Emim.

NLT ©

Both the Emites and the Anakites are often referred to as the Rephaites, but the Moabites called them Emites.

MSG ©

Along with the Anakites they were lumped in with the Rephaites (Ghosts) but in Moab they were called Emites.

BBE ©

They are numbered among the Rephaim, like the Anakim; but are named Emim by the Moabites.

NRSV ©

Like the Anakim, they are usually reckoned as Rephaim, though the Moabites call them Emim.

NKJV ©

They were also regarded as giants, like the Anakim, but the Moabites call them Emim.

KJV
Which
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also were accounted
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giants
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as the Anakims
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but the Moabites
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call
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them Emims
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HEBREW
Myma
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Mhl
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warqy
<07121>
Mybamhw
<04125>
Myqnek
<06062>
Mh
<01992>
Pa
<0637>
wbsxy
<02803>
Myapr (2:11)
<07497>
LXXM
rafain
 
N-PRI
logisyhsontai
<3049>  
V-FPI-3P
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
outoi
<3778>  
D-NPM
wsper
<3746>  
ADV
oi
<3588>  
T-NPM
enakim
 
N-PRI
kai
<2532>  
CONJ
oi
<3588>  
T-NPM
mwabitai
 
N-NPM
eponomazousin
 
V-PAI-3P
autouv
<846>  
D-APM
ommin
 
N-PRI
NET © [draft] ITL
These
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people, as well as
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the Anakites
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, are also
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considered
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Rephaites
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; the Moabites
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call
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them Emites
<0368>
.
NET © Notes

sn Rephaites. The earliest reference to this infamous giant race is, again, in the story of the invasion of the eastern kings (Gen 14:5). They lived around Ashteroth Karnaim, probably modern Tell Ashtarah (cf. Deut 1:4), in the Bashan plateau east of the Sea of Galilee. Og, king of Bashan, was a Rephaite (Deut 3:11; Josh 12:4; 13:12). Other texts speak of them or their kinfolk in both Transjordan (Deut 2:20; 3:13) and Canaan (Josh 11:21-22; 14:12, 15; 15:13-14; Judg 1:20; 1 Sam 17:4; 1 Chr 20:4-8). They also appear in extra-biblical literature, especially in connection with the city state of Ugarit. See C. L’Heureux, “Ugaritic and Biblical Rephaim,” HTR 67 (1974): 265-74.