about translation Habakuk 2:4
brocine at earthlink.net
Fri Mar 10 06:36:17 EST 2000
`uplah is a pual participle meaning something like "one
swollen." Here I take it to refer to one swollen with
pride. The syntax is abrupt, and I think hinneh `uplah
stands outside the rest of the clause. "Behold (the)
swollen one! His soul is not right in him."
> I have a question about translation "UPLA" in Habakuk
2:4. (Hine UPLA
> lo-iash'ra nafsho bo...).
B. M. Rocine
Living Word Church
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Syracuse, NY 13206
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