[b-hebrew] BLG in Jer. 8:18

Reinier de Blois r.de.blois at solcon.nl
Tue Jul 27 13:25:44 EDT 2004


Yigal,

Some more info on Jeremiah 8:18 - MABLIYGITIY

Old Greek: aniata "incurable" (reinterpreted as two words as mentioned
before)
Aquila: meidiama mou "my smile"
Symmachus: chleuazeis me "you scoff at me"[= L(G?]
Theodotion: dia to mè einai hubrin "because of the absence of pride" [=
G)H?]
Vulgate: dolor meus "my affliction" (based on Aquila, where "smile" is
understood as a contorted face because of suffering)

This info comes from Jan de Waard's "Handbook on Jeremiah".

Reinier de Blois




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