Lamentations 1:4
NASB Lexicon
NASB ©HebrewStrong'sOrigin
The roadsדַּרְכֵ֨י
(dar·chei)
1870: way, road, distance, journey, mannerfrom darak
of Zionצִיֹּ֜ון
(tzi·yo·vn)
6726: a mountain in Jer., also a name for Jer.from the same as tsiyyah
are in mourningאֲבֵלֹ֗ות
(a·ve·lo·vt)
57: mourningfrom abal
Because 
 
4480: froma prim. preposition
noמִבְּלִי֙
(mib·be·li)
1097: a wearing outfrom balah
one comesבָּאֵ֣י
(ba·'ei)
935: to come in, come, go in, goa prim. root
to the appointed feasts.מֹועֵ֔ד
(mo·v·'ed,)
4150: appointed time, place, or meetingfrom yaad
Allכָּל־
(kol-)
3605: the whole, allfrom kalal
her gatesשְׁעָרֶ֙יהָ֙
(she·'a·rei·ha)
8179: a gatefrom an unused word
are desolate;שֹֽׁומֵמִ֔ין
(sho·v·me·min,)
8074: to be desolated or appalleda prim. root
Her priestsכֹּהֲנֶ֖יהָ
(ko·ha·nei·ha)
3548: priestfrom an unused word
are groaning,נֶאֱנָחִ֑ים
(ne·'e·na·chim;)
584: to sigh, groana prim. root
Her virginsבְּתוּלֹתֶ֥יהָ
(be·tu·lo·tei·ha)
1330: a virginfrom an unused word
are afflicted,נּוּגֹ֖ות
(nu·go·vt)
3013: to suffera prim. root
And she herselfוְהִ֥יא
(ve·hi)
1931: he, she, ita prim. pronoun
is bitter. 
 
4843: to be bittera prim. root









KJV Lexicon
The ways
derek  (deh'-rek)
a road (as trodden); figuratively, a course of life or mode of action, often adverb
of Zion
Tsiyown  (tsee-yone')
Tsijon (as a permanent capital), a mountain of Jerusalem -- Zion.
do mourn
'abel  (aw-bale')
lamenting -- mourn(-er, -ing).
because none come
bow'  (bo)
to go or come (in a wide variety of applications)
to the solemn feasts
mow`ed  (mo-ade')
appointed (sign, time), (place of, solemn) assembly, congregation, (set, solemn) feast, (appointed, due) season, solemn(-ity), synogogue, (set) time (appointed).
all her gates
sha`ar  (shah'-ar)
an opening, i.e. door or gate -- city, door, gate, port (-er).
are desolate
shamem  (shaw-mame')
to stun (or intransitively, grow numb), i.e. devastate or (figuratively) stupefy (both usually in a passive sense)
her priests
kohen  (ko-hane')
literally, one officiating, a priest; also (by courtesy) an acting priest (although a layman) -- chief ruler, own, priest, prince, principal officer.
sigh
'anach  (aw-nakh')
to sigh -- groan, mourn, sigh.
her virgins
bthuwlah  (beth-oo-law')
a virgin (from her privacy); sometimes (by continuation) a bride; also (figuratively) a city or state -- maid, virgin.
are afflicted
yagah  (yaw-gaw')
to grieve -- afflict, cause grief, grieve, sorrowful, vex.
and she is in bitterness
marar  (maw-rar')
to be (causatively, make) bitter
Parallel Verses
New American Standard Bible
The roads of Zion are in mourning Because no one comes to the appointed feasts. All her gates are desolate; Her priests are groaning, Her virgins are afflicted, And she herself is bitter.

King James Bible
The ways of Zion do mourn, because none come to the solemn feasts: all her gates are desolate: her priests sigh, her virgins are afflicted, and she is in bitterness.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
The roads to Zion mourn, for no one comes to the appointed festivals. All her gates are deserted; her priests groan, her young women grieve, and she herself is bitter.

International Standard Version
The roads that lead to Zion are in mourning, because no one travels to the festivals. All her gates are desolate; her priests are moaning. Her young women are grieving, and she is bitter.

NET Bible
The roads to Zion mourn because no one travels to the festivals. All her city gates are deserted; her priests groan. Her virgins grieve; she is in bitter anguish!

GOD'S WORD® Translation
"The roads to Zion are deserted. No one comes to the annual festivals. No one passes through any of its gates. Its priests are groaning. Its young women are made to suffer. Zion is bitter.

King James 2000 Bible
The roads to Zion do mourn, because none come to the solemn feasts: all her gates are desolate: her priests sigh, her virgins are afflicted, and she is in bitterness.
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