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Jeremiah 40:7  (King James Version)
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Interlinear Bible for Jeremiah 40:7:


Now when all
kol (#3605)
the captains
sar (#8269)
of the forces
chayil (#2428)
which
'aher (#834)
were in the fields,
sadeh (#7704)
even they
hem (#1992)
and their men,
'iysh (#376)
heard
shama` (#8085)
that
kiy (#3588)
the king
melek (#4428)
of Babylon
Babel (#894)
had made
'eth (#853)
Gedaliah
Gdalyah (#1436)
the son
ben (#1121)
of Ahikam
'Achiyqam (#296)
governor
paqad (#6485)
in the land,
'erets (#776)
and
kiy (#3588)
had committed
paqad (#6485)
unto
'eth (#854)
him men,
'iysh (#376)
and women,
'ishshah (#802)
and children,
taph (#2945)
and of the poor
min (#4480)
of the land,
'erets (#776)
of them that
min (#4480)
were not
lo' (#3808)
carried away captive
galah (#1540)
to Babylon;
Babel (#894)



 
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