[b-hebrew] Horse and Rider
villandra at austin.rr.com
Mon Mar 29 01:16:57 EST 2004
It appears to have worked pretty well - but after copying and pasting the
text into WORD I had to manually change the font to Hebrew.
This is the version I posted in unicode. That is, when it spotted the
nonfamiliar font and asked me if I wanted to use unicode I answered yes.
villandra at austin.rr.com
----- Original Message -----
From: "Dora Smith" <villandra at austin.rr.com>
To: <b-hebrew at lists.ibiblio.org>
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2004 11:34 PM
Subject: Re: [b-hebrew] Horse and Rider
> I decided to go ahead and post this; I suspect that if one saves it and
> opens it or copies and pastes it into a suitable word processor the
> gibberish will convert back into Hebrew text and transliterations. From
> Standard International Bible Encyclopedia and Storng's Exhaustive
> 1ThenH227 sangH7891 MosesH4872 and the childrenH1121 of IsraelH3478
> thisH2063 songH7892 unto the LORDH3068, and spakeH559, sayingH559, I will
> singH7891 unto the LORDH3068, for he hath triumphedH1342 gloriously: the
> horseH5483 and his riderH7392 hath he thrownH7411 into the seaH3220.
> 4Pharaoh’sH6547 chariotsH4818 and his hostH2428 hath he castH3384 into the
> seaH3220: his chosenH4005 captainsH7991 alsoH1571 are drownedH2883 in the
> RedH5488 seaH3220.
> 19For the horseH5483 of PharaohH6547 wentH935 in with his chariotsH7393
> with his horsemenH6571 into the seaH3220, and the LORDH3068 broughtH7725
> againH7725 the watersH4325 of the seaH3220 upon them; but the
> of IsraelH3478 wentH1980 on dryH3004 land in the midstH8432 of the
> 21And MiriamH4813 answeredH6030 them, SingH7891 ye to the LORDH3068, for
> hath triumphedH1342 gloriously; the horseH5483 and his riderH7392 hath he
> thrownH7411 into the seaH3220.
> >From an unused root meaning to skip (properly for joy); a horse (as
> also a swallow (from its rapid flight):—crane, horse ([-back, -hoof]).
> A primitive root; to ride (on an animal or in a vehicle); causatively to
> upon (for riding or generally), to despatch:—bring (on [horse-] back),
> carry, get
> [oneself] up, on [horse-] back, put, (cause to, make to) ride (in a
> on, -r),
> Feminine of H4817; a chariot:—chariot. See also H1024.
> >From H7392; a vehicle; by implication a team; by extension cavalry; by
> analogy a rider, that is, the upper millstone:—chariot, (upper) millstone,
> multitude [from the margin], wagon.
> >From H6567; a steed (as stretched out to a vehicle, not single nor for
> mounting (compare H5483)); also (by implication) a driver (in a chariot),
> that is,
> (collectively) cavalry:—horseman.
> See picture, A relief of Pharaoh Amenhotep II shooting into bronze targets
> his moving chariot.
> (, , , , “riding-chariot,”
> , , “war-chariot”; Rñìá, ):
> See picture, Horses were used in the Near East primarily for chariots.
> was involved in the very profitable horse trade of his day.
> 1. NAMES
> The common names are (1) , , and (2) lððïò, . (3) The
> , , “horseman,” occurs often, and in several cases is
> “horse” or “warhorse” (Isa 28:28; Ezek 27:14; Joel 2:4 the Revised
> margin); also in 2 Sam 16, where the “horsemen” of English Versions of the
> Bible is , , “owners of horses”;
> compare Arabic , “horseman,” and , “horse”. (4) The feminine
> form , , occurs in Song 1:9, and is rendered as follows:
> Septuagint ½
> lððïò, ; Vulgate (Jerome’s Latin Bible, 390-405 AD) ;
> the King James Version “company of horses,” the Revised Version (British
> American) “steed.” It is not clear why English Versions of the Bible does
> have “mare.” (5) The word , ,“strong ones,” is used for
> horses in Jdg 5:22; Jer 8:16; 47:3; 50:11 (the King James Version
> In Ps
> 22:12 the same word is translated “strong bulls” (of Bashan). (6) For
> (compare Arabic , “to run”), in 1 Ki 4:28; Est 8:10, 14; Mic
> 1:13, the Revised Version (British and American) has “swift steeds,” while
> King James Version gives “dromedaries” in 1 Ki and “mules” in Est. (7) For
> , (Isa 66:20), the King James Version and the English
> Revised Version have “swift beasts”; the English Revised Version margin
> the American Standard Revised Version “dromedaries”; Septuagint óêéÜäéá,
> , perhaps “covered carriages.” In Est 8:10, 14 we find the
> words (8) , , and (9) ,
> , which have been variously translated. the King James Version
> respectively “camels” and “young dromedaries,” the Revised Version
> and American) “used in the king’s service” and “bred of the stud,” the
> Version margin “mules” and “young dromedaries.” See CAMEL.
> Dora Smith
> Austin, Texas
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