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Parallel EXO 25:4

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BI Exo 25:4 ©

OET-RVNo OET-RV EXO 25:4 verse available

OET-LVAnd_blue and_purple and_crimson_yarns of_scarlet and_fine_linen and_goat_hair.

UHBוּ⁠תְכֵ֧לֶת וְ⁠אַרְגָּמָ֛ן וְ⁠תוֹלַ֥עַת שָׁנִ֖י וְ⁠שֵׁ֥שׁ וְ⁠עִזִּֽים׃ 
   (ū⁠təkēlet və⁠ʼarəgāmān və⁠tōlaˊat shāniy və⁠shēsh və⁠ˊizziym.)

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Note: Automatic aligning of the OET-RV to the LV is done by some temporary software, hence the OET-RV alignments are incomplete (and may occasionally be wrong).

ULT and blue and purple and worm of scarlet and fine linen and goats’ hair

USTcloth dyed blue, cloth dyed purple, cloth dyed bright red, fine linen, cloth made from goats’ hair,


BSB• blue, purple, and scarlet yarn;
• fine linen and goat hair;

OEBNo OEB EXO book available

WEB blue, purple, scarlet, fine linen, goats’ hair,

NET blue, purple, scarlet, fine linen, goat’s hair,

LSV and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and linen, and goats’ [hair],

FBV blue, purple, and crimson thread; finely-spun linen and goat hair;

T4T blue, purple, and scarlet yarn/wool, fine linen/white cloth►, goats’ hair for making cloth,

LEB blue, purple, and crimson yarns, and fine linen and goat hair,

BBE And blue and purple and red, and the best linen, and goats' hair;

MOFNo MOF EXO book available

JPS and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats' hair;

ASV and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats’ hair,

DRA Violet and purple, and scarlet twice dyed, and fine linen, and goats’ hair,

YLT and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and linen, and goats' [hair],

DBY and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and byssus, and goats' [hair],

RV and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats’ hair;

WBS and blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats’ hair;

KJB And blue, and purple, and scarlet, and fine linen, and goats’ hair,

BB And blewe silke, and purple, and scarlet, and white silke, and goates heere.
  (And blewe silke, and purple, and scarlet, and white silke, and goates hear.)

GNV And blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine linnen, and goates heare,
  (And blewe silke, and purple, and skarlet, and fine linnen, and goates hear,)

CB yalowe sylke, scarlet, purple, whyte twyned sylke, goates hayre,
  (yalowe sylke, scarlet, purple, white twyned sylke, goates hayre,)

WYC and purpur, and reed silk twies died, and bijs, heeris of geet, and `skynnes of wetheris maad reed,
  (and purpur, and red silk twies died, and bijs, hairs of geet, and `skynnes of wetheris made reed,)

LUT gelbe Seide, Scharlaken, Rosinrot, weiße Seide, Ziegenhaar,
  (gelbe Seide, Scharlaken, Rosinrot, white Seide, Ziegenhaar,)

CLV hyacinthum et purpuram, coccumque bis tinctum, et byssum, pilos caprarum,
  (hyacinthum and purpuram, coccumque twice tinctum, and byssum, pilos caprarum,)

BRN and blue, and purple, and double scarlet, and fine spun linen, and goats' hair,

BrLXX καὶ ὑάκινθον, καὶ πορφύραν, καὶ κόκκινον διπλοῦν, καὶ βύσσον κεκλωσμένην, καὶ τρίχας αἰγείας,
  (kai huakinthon, kai porfuran, kai kokkinon diploun, kai busson keklōsmenaʸn, kai triⱪas aigeias,)


TSNTyndale Study Notes:

25:1–40:38 Unlike our churches, the Tabernacle functioned primarily as a residence or palace of God, the divine king, rather than as a place for people to congregate. In this respect, churches are more like the later Jewish synagogues (see also study note on 40:2). This last section of Exodus completes the revelation of God necessary for the people of Israel to come out of the theological darkness that had held them in bondage. This final section includes instructions for building the Tabernacle (chs 25–31), the story of the gold calf (a wrong attempt to secure God’s presence, chs 32–34), and the report of building the Tabernacle (the proper way to secure God’s presence, chs 35–40). God’s ultimate goal in delivering the people from bondage was to share his presence with them. Because of his holiness, that presence could only be experienced in his way, not through the pagan way of human manipulation. The construction of the Tabernacle is reported here, even though some of the instructions in Leviticus were actually given before this event (see 40:1-2; Lev 25:1; 27:34; Num 7:1). This event expresses the goal of the entire Exodus sequence, which is God taking up residence among his people.

25:1–27:19 These instructions first indicate the materials the Israelites could contribute for the construction of the Tabernacle (25:3-7). The instructions then move from the center outward, beginning with the Ark of the Covenant (25:10-22) and concluding with the courtyard (27:9-19). Two items, the altar of incense in the sanctuary and the washbasin in the courtyard, are included later (30:1-10, 17-21), in the section relating to the priesthood, perhaps because their use was especially related to functions of the priests.


UTNuW Translation Notes:

Note 1 topic: figures-of-speech / explicit

וּ⁠תְכֵ֧לֶת וְ⁠אַרְגָּמָ֛ן וְ⁠תוֹלַ֥עַת שָׁנִ֖י

and,blue and,purple and,crimson_yarns yarn

This could mean: (1) “material that is dyed blue, purple, and scarlet,” probably wool yarn, or (2) “blue, purple and scarlet dye” to dye the linen. The original audience would have known what was meant. This material seems to have been used for embroidery later, so “yarn” or “thread” may be the best understanding.

Note 2 topic: translate-unknown

וְ⁠תוֹלַ֥עַת שָׁנִ֖י

and,crimson_yarns yarn

A bright red color for dying cloth was extracted from these worms. Alternate translation: “and bright red”

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