English Standard Version
“I had to offer sacrifices, and today I have paid my vows;
King James Bible
I have peace offerings with me; this day have I payed my vows.
American Standard Version
Sacrifices of peace-offerings are with me; This day have I paid my vows.
I vowed victims for prosperity, this day I have paid my vows.
English Revised Version
Sacrifices of peace offerings are with me; this day have I paid my vows.
Webster's Bible Translation
I have peace-offerings with me; this day have I paid my vows.
Proverbs 7:14 Parallel
CommentaryKeil and Delitzsch Biblical Commentary on the Old Testament
Now follows, whither he saw the young fop [Laffen] then go in the darkness.
8 Going up and down the street near her corner,
And he walked along the way to her house,
9 In the twilight, when the day declined,
In the midst of the night and deep darkness.
We may interpret עבר as appos.: juvenem amentem, ambulantem, or as the predicate accus.: vidi juvenem ... ambulantem; for that one may so express himself in Hebrew (cf. e.g., Isaiah 6:1; Daniel 8:7), Hitzig unwarrantably denies. The passing over of the part. into the finite, 8b, is like Proverbs 2:14, Proverbs 2:17, and that of the inf. Proverbs 1:27; Proverbs 2:8. שׁוּק, Arab. suk (dimin. suweiḳa, to separate, from sikkat, street, alley), still means, as in former times, a broad street, a principal street, as well as an open place, a market-place where business is transacted, or according to its etymon: where cattle are driven for sale. On the street he went backwards and forwards, yet so that he kept near to her corner (i.e., of the woman whom he waited for), i.e., he never withdrew himself far from the corner of her house, and always again returned to it. The corner is named, because from that place he could always cast a look over the front of the house to see whether she whom he waited for showed herself. Regarding פּנּהּ for פּנּתהּ, vid., at Psalm 27:5 : a primary form פּן has never been in use; פּנּים, Zechariah 14:10, is plur. of פּנּהּ. אצל (from אצל, Arab. wasl, to bind) is, as a substantive, the side (as the place where one thing connects itself with another), and thus as a preposition it means (like juxta from jungere) beside, Ital. allato. דּרכו is the object. accus., for thus are construed verbs eundi (e.g., Habakkuk 3:12, Numbers 30:17, cf. Proverbs 21:22).
Treasury of Scripture Knowledge
I have peace offerings with me or peace offerings are upon me;
"And this is the law of the sacrifice of peace offerings that one may offer to the LORD.
But if the sacrifice of his offering is a vow offering or a freewill offering, it shall be eaten on the day that he offers his sacrifice, and on the next day what remains of it shall be eaten.
so now I have come out to meet you, to seek you eagerly, and I have found you.
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