Numbers 10:6
NASB Lexicon
NASB ©HebrewStrong'sOrigin
"When you blowוּתְקַעְתֶּ֤ם
(u·te·ka'·tem)
8628: to thrust, clap, give a blow, blasta prim. root
an alarmתְּרוּעָה֙
(te·ru·'ah)
8643: a shout or blast of war, alarm, or joyfrom rua
the second time,שֵׁנִ֔ית
(she·nit,)
8145: second (an ord. number)from shanah
the campsהַֽמַּחֲנֹ֔ות
(ham·ma·cha·no·vt,)
4264: an encampment, campfrom chanah
that are pitchedהַחֹנִ֖ים
(ha·cho·nim)
2583: to decline, bend down, encampa prim. root
on the south sideתֵּימָ֑נָה
(tei·ma·nah;)
8486: south, south windfrom the same as yamin
shall setוְנָֽסְעוּ֙
(ve·na·se·'u)
5265: to pull out or up, set out, journeya prim. root
out; an alarmתְּרוּעָ֥ה
(te·ru·'ah)
8643: a shout or blast of war, alarm, or joyfrom rua
is to be blownיִתְקְע֖וּ
(yit·ke·'u)
8628: to thrust, clap, give a blow, blasta prim. root
for them to setלְמַסְעֵיהֶֽם׃
(le·mas·'ei·hem.)
4550: a pulling up, breaking (camp), setting out, a journeyfrom nasa
out. 
 
  







KJV Lexicon
When ye blow
taqa`  (taw-kah')
to clatter, i.e. slap (the hands together), clang (an instrument); by analogy, to drive (a nail or tent-pin, a dart, etc.); by implication, to become bondsman by handclasping)
an alarm
truw`ah  (ter-oo-aw')
clamor, i.e. acclamation of joy or a battle-cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarum
the second time
sheniy  (shay-nee')
double, i.e. second; also adverbially, again -- again, either (of them), (an-)other, second (time).
then the camps
machaneh  (makh-an-eh')
an encampment (of travellers or troops); hence, an army, whether literal (of soldiers) or figurative (of dancers, angels, cattle, locusts, stars; or even the sacred courts)
that lie
chanah  (khaw-naw')
to incline; by implication, to decline (of the slanting rays of evening); specifically, to pitch a tent; gen. to encamp (for abode or siege)
on the south side
teyman  (tay-mawn')
the south (as being on the right hand of a person facing the east) -- south (side, -ward, wind).
shall take their journey
naca`  (naw-sah')
to pull up, especially the tent-pins, i.e. start on a journey
they shall blow
taqa`  (taw-kah')
to clatter, i.e. slap (the hands together), clang (an instrument); by analogy, to drive (a nail or tent-pin, a dart, etc.); by implication, to become bondsman by handclasping)
an alarm
truw`ah  (ter-oo-aw')
clamor, i.e. acclamation of joy or a battle-cry; especially clangor of trumpets, as an alarum
for their journeys
macca`  (mas-sah')
a departure (from striking the tents), i.e. march (not necessarily a single day's travel); by implication, a station (or point of departure) -- journey(-ing).
Parallel Verses
New American Standard Bible
"When you blow an alarm the second time, the camps that are pitched on the south side shall set out; an alarm is to be blown for them to set out.

King James Bible
When ye blow an alarm the second time, then the camps that lie on the south side shall take their journey: they shall blow an alarm for their journeys.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
When you sound short blasts a second time, the camps pitched on the south are to set out. Short blasts are to be sounded for them to set out.

International Standard Version
When you sound the alarm the second time, those encamped on the south are to begin to travel. Alarms are to be sounded for their travels.

NET Bible
And when you blow an alarm the second time, then the camps that are located on the south side must begin to travel. An alarm must be sounded for their journeys.

GOD'S WORD® Translation
When the trumpets sound a second fanfare, the tribes that are camped on the south will break camp. The fanfare is the signal to break camp.

King James 2000 Bible
When you blow an alarm the second time, then the camps that lie on the south side shall take their journey: they shall blow an alarm for their journeys.
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