Leviticus 13:13
Text Analysis
Strong'sHebrewEnglishMorphology
7200 [e]וְרָאָ֣ה
wə-rā-’āh
Then shall considerConj-w | V-Qal-ConjPerf-3ms
3548 [e]הַכֹּהֵ֗ן
hak-kō-hên,
the priestArt | N-ms
2009 [e]וְהִנֵּ֨ה
wə-hin-nêh
and [if] indeedConj-w | Interjection
3680 [e]כִסְּתָ֤ה
ḵis-sə-ṯāh
has coveredV-Piel-Perf-3fs
6883 [e]הַצָּרַ֙עַת֙
haṣ-ṣā-ra-‘aṯ
the leprosyArt | N-fs
853 [e]אֶת־
’eṯ-
-DirObjM
3605 [e]כָּל־
kāl-
allN-msc
1320 [e]בְּשָׂר֔וֹ
bə-śā-rōw,
his bodyN-msc | 3ms
2891 [e]וְטִהַ֖ר
wə-ṭi-har
and he shall pronounce [him] cleanConj-w | V-Piel-ConjPerf-3ms
853 [e]אֶת־
’eṯ-
-DirObjM
5061 [e]הַנָּ֑גַע
han-nā-ḡa‘;
the [who has] soreArt | N-ms
3605 [e]כֻּלּ֛וֹ
kul-lōw
allN-msc | 3ms
2015 [e]הָפַ֥ךְ
hā-p̄aḵ
it has turnedV-Qal-Perf-3ms
3836 [e]לָבָ֖ן
lā-ḇān
whiteAdj-ms
2889 [e]טָה֥וֹר
ṭā-hō-wr
[is] cleanAdj-ms
1931 [e]הֽוּא׃
hū.
HePro-3ms









Hebrew Texts
ויקרא 13:13 Hebrew OT: Westminster Leningrad Codex
וְרָאָ֣ה הַכֹּהֵ֗ן וְהִנֵּ֨ה כִסְּתָ֤ה הַצָּרַ֙עַת֙ אֶת־כָּל־בְּשָׂרֹ֔ו וְטִהַ֖ר אֶת־הַנָּ֑גַע כֻּלֹּ֛ו הָפַ֥ךְ לָבָ֖ן טָהֹ֥ור הֽוּא׃

ויקרא 13:13 Hebrew OT: WLC (Consonants Only)
וראה הכהן והנה כסתה הצרעת את־כל־בשרו וטהר את־הנגע כלו הפך לבן טהור הוא׃

ויקרא 13:13 Paleo-Hebrew OT: WLC (Font Required)
וראה הכהן והנה כסתה הצרעת את־כל־בשרו וטהר את־הנגע כלו הפך לבן טהור הוא׃

ויקרא 13:13 Hebrew Bible
וראה הכהן והנה כסתה הצרעת את כל בשרו וטהר את הנגע כלו הפך לבן טהור הוא׃

Parallel Verses
New American Standard Bible
then the priest shall look, and behold, if the leprosy has covered all his body, he shall pronounce clean him who has the infection; it has all turned white and he is clean.

King James Bible
Then the priest shall consider: and, behold, if the leprosy have covered all his flesh, he shall pronounce him clean that hath the plague: it is all turned white: he is clean.

Holman Christian Standard Bible
the priest will look, and if the skin disease has covered his entire body, he is to pronounce the infected person clean. Since he has turned totally white, he is clean.
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge

if the leprosy It may seem strange that the partial leper should be pronounced unclean, and the person totally covered with the disease clean. This was probably owing to a different species or stage of the disease; the partial being contagious, the total not. That there are two different species, or degrees, of the disease described here, is sufficiently evident: in one, the person was all covered with {a white enamelled scurf}; in the other, there was a {quick raw flesh in the risings}. On this account, the one was deemed unclean, or contagious, the other not; for the contact with the {quick raw flesh} would be more likely to communicate the disease, than the touch of the {hard dry scurf}. The ichor proceeding from the former, when brought into contact with the flesh of another, would soon be taken into constitution by means of the absorbent vessels; but where the surface was perfectly dry; the absorbent vessels of another, coming in contact with the diseased man, could imbibe nothing, and there was consequently but little or no danger of infection. This is the learned Dr. Mead's view of the subject; who thus accounts for the circumstances mentioned in the text.

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