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BI Exo 25:5 ©

OET-RVNo OET-RV EXO 25:5 verse available

OET-LVAnd_skins of_rams dyed_red and_leather of_dolphins and_wood of_acacia.

UHBוְ⁠עֹרֹ֨ת אֵילִ֧ם מְאָדָּמִ֛ים וְ⁠עֹרֹ֥ת תְּחָשִׁ֖ים וַ⁠עֲצֵ֥י שִׁטִּֽים׃ 
   (və⁠ˊorot ʼēylim məʼādāmiym və⁠ˊorot təḩāshiym va⁠ˊaʦēy shiţţiym.)

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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 reddened hides of rams and hides of sea cows and wood of acacias,

UST red ram skins, fine leather hides, the hard wood from acacia trees,


BSB

  • ram skins dyed red and fine leather;
  • acacia wood;
  • BLBNo BLB EXO book available

    OEBNo OEB EXO book available

    WEB rams’ skins dyed red, sea cow hides, acacia wood,

    NET ram skins dyed red, fine leather, acacia wood,

    LSV and rams’ skins made red, and tachashim skins, and shittim wood,

    FBV ram skins that have been tanned, and fine leather; acacia wood;

    T4T rams’ skins that have been tanned/dyed red►, goatskins, hard wood from acacia trees,

    LEB and red-dyed ram skins, and fine leather, and acacia wood,

    BBE And sheepskins coloured red, and leather, and hard wood;

    JPS and rams' skins dyed red, and sealskins, and acacia-wood;

    ASV and rams’ skins dyed red, and sealskins, and acacia wood,

    DRA And rams’ skins dyed red, and violet skins, and setim wood:

    YLT and rams' skins made red, and badgers' skins, and shittim wood,

    DBY and rams' skins dyed red, and badgers' skins; and acacia-wood;

    RV and rams’ skins dyed red, and sealskins, and acacia wood;

    WBS and rams’ skins dyed red, and sealskins, and acacia wood;

    KJB And rams’ skins dyed red, and badgers’ skins, and shittim wood,
      (And rams’ skins died red, and badgers’ skins, and shittim wood,)

    BB And Rammes skynnes that are red, & the skynnes of Tarus, & Sittim wood.
      (And Rammes skynnes that are red, and the skynnes of Tarus, and Sittim wood.)

    GNV And rammes skinnes coloured red, and the skinnes of badgers, and the wood Shittim,

    CB reed skynnes of rammes, doo skynnes, Fyrre tre,
      (reed skynnes of rammes, doo skynnes, Fyrre tree,)

    WYC and skynnes of iacynt,

    LUT rötliche Widderfelle, Dachsfelle, Föhrenholz,

    CLV et pelles arietum rubricatas, pellesque janthinas, et ligna setim:
      (and pelles arietum rubricatas, pellesque yanthinas, and ligna setim:)

    BRN and rams' skins dyed red, and blue skins, and incorruptible wood,

    BrLXX καὶ δέρματα κριῶν ἠρυθροδανωμένα, καὶ δέρματα ὑακίνθινα, καὶ ξύλα ἄσηπτα,
      (kai dermata kriōn aʸruthrodanōmena, kai dermata huakinthina, kai xula asaʸpta,)


    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: translate-unknown

    מְאָדָּמִ֛ים

    (Some words not found in UHB: and,skins of_rams dyed_red and,leather of_dolphins and,wood of_acacia)

    When animal skins are tanned (processed into usable leather), they become reddish in color. It is not clear whether these hides are dyed red or simply reddened in the tanning process. Alternate translation: “tanned”

    Note 2 topic: translate-unknown

    תְּחָשִׁ֖ים

    (Some words not found in UHB: and,skins of_rams dyed_red and,leather of_dolphins and,wood of_acacia)

    The meaning of this word is not known. It may refer to some water mammal that has skin that can be made into a high-quality leather. Sea cows on Wikipedia

    Note 3 topic: translate-unknown

    שִׁטִּֽים

    (Some words not found in UHB: and,skins of_rams dyed_red and,leather of_dolphins and,wood of_acacia)

    A small tree with spreading foliage and durable wood. See on Wikipedia

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