Ezekiel 27:10
NASB Lexicon
NASB ©HebrewStrong'sOrigin
"Persiaפָּרַ֨ס
(pa·ras)
6539: a country in W. Asia which conquered Bab.of foreign origin
and Ludוְל֤וּד
(ve·lud)
3865: a son of Shem, also his desc. and their landprobably of foreign origin
and Putוּפוּט֙
(u·fut)
6316: a son of Ham, also his desc. and their landof uncertain derivation
were in your army,בְחֵילֵ֔ךְ
(ve·chei·lech,)
2428: strength, efficiency, wealth, armyfrom chul
your menאַנְשֵׁ֖י
(an·shei)
376: manfrom an unused word
of war.מִלְחַמְתֵּ֑ךְ
(mil·cham·tech;)
4421: a battle, warfrom lacham
They hungתִּלּוּ־
(til·lu-)
8518: to hanga prim. root
shieldמָגֵ֤ן
(ma·gen)
4043: a shieldfrom ganan
and helmetוְכֹובַע֙
(ve·cho·v·va)
3553: helmetof uncertain derivation
in you; they setנָתְנ֥וּ
(na·te·nu)
5414: to give, put, seta prim. root
forth your splendor.הֲדָרֵֽךְ׃
(ha·da·rech.)
1926: an ornament, honor, splendorfrom hadar







KJV Lexicon
They of Persia
Parac  (paw-ras')
Paras (i.e. Persia), an Eastern country, including its inhabitants -- Persia, Persians.
and of Lud
Luwd  (lood)
Lud, the name of two nations -- Lud, Lydia.
and of Phut
Puwt  (poot)
Put, a son of Ham, also the name of his descendants or their region, and of a Persian tribe -- Phut, Put.
were in thine army
chayil  (khah'-yil)
probably a force, whether of men, means or other resources; an army, wealth, virtue, valor, strength
thy men
'enowsh  (en-oshe')
a mortal; hence, a man in general (singly or collectively)English versions, especially when used in apposition with another word.
of war
milchamah  (mil-khaw-maw')
a battle (i.e. the engagement); generally, war (i.e. warfare) -- battle, fight(-ing), war(-rior).
they hanged
talah  (taw-law')
to suspend (especially to gibbet) -- hang (up).
the shield
magen  (maw-gane')
a shield (i.e. the small one or buckler); figuratively, a protector; also the scaly hide of the crocodile -- armed, buckler, defence, ruler, + scale, shield.
and helmet
kowba`  (ko'-bah)
a helmet (as arched) -- helmet.
in thee they set forth
nathan  (naw-than')
to give, used with greatest latitude of application (put, make, etc.)
thy comeliness
hadar  (haw-dawr')
magnificence, i.e. ornament or splendor -- beauty, comeliness, excellency, glorious, glory, goodly, honour, majesty.
Parallel Verses
New American Standard Bible
"Persia and Lud and Put were in your army, your men of war. They hung shield and helmet in you; they set forth your splendor.

King James Bible
They of Persia and of Lud and of Phut were in thine army, thy men of war: they hanged the shield and helmet in thee; they set forth thy comeliness.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
Men of Persia, Lud, and Put were in your army, serving as your warriors. They hung shields and helmets in you; they gave you splendor.

International Standard Version
"Soldiers from Persia, Lud, and Libya, served in your army. They were your mighty soldiers. Their helmets and shields adorned your barracks walls, and they won battle decorations for you.

NET Bible
Men of Persia, Lud, and Put were in your army, men of war. They hung shield and helmet on you; they gave you your splendor.

GOD'S WORD® Translation
People from Persia, Lud, and Put were soldiers in your army. They hung their shields and helmets inside you. Their victories made you look good.

King James 2000 Bible
They of Persia and of Lud and of Phut were in your army, your men of war: they hung the shield and helmet in you; they set forth your splendor.
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