1 Samuel 141:1 Ephrathite. (e-34) Or 'Ephraimite,' the Levites being considered as belonging to the tribe in which they lived. see Judg. 17.7.14:5 crag (a-3) Strictly, 'tooth,' shen. 14:14 acre (b-23) Strictly, 'yoke,' i.e. as much as a yoke of oxen can plough in a day. 14:16 another. (c-23) Or 'went on dispersing.' 14:18 God. (a-11) * LXX has 'Bring hither the ephod, for he was wearing the ephod.' 14:21 Philistines (b-7) Or 'who belonged, as bondmen, to the Philistines.' 14:25 ground. (c-17) Lit. 'on the face of the field.' 14:28 faint. (d-29) Or '... this day! And the people were faint.' 14:34 sheep, (e-25) Or 'goat;' and so ch. 15.3. 14:35 built (a-14) Lit. 'with it he began to build an altar.' 14:38 heads (b-10) Lit. 'corners,' 'corner-stones,' as Judg. 20.2. 14:48 valiantly, (c-4) Or 'gathered a force,' 'formed an army.' 14:51 Abiel. (d-16) Or 'And Kish was the father of Saul, and Ner ... was the son of Abiel.'
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