Jeremiah 251:1 (e-0) (The title of this book, 'Jermiah'), The name may mean, 'Jah is exalted.' Compare the large use made of the name Jehovah in this book; it occurs about 700 times. Adonai Jehovah 14 times.25:14 also; (a-12) Or 'shall reduce them to servitude, even them.' 25:20 people, (a-5) Or 'people of Arabia.' 25:22 isles (b-18) Or 'maritime countries.' 25:23 Tema, (c-3) Job 22.1; Isa. 21.14. Buz, (d-5) Job 32.2, Buzite. off; (e-16) See ch. 9.26. 25:26 Sheshach (f-33) An enigmatical name for Babel, formed by reversing the order of the Hebrew letters. see ch. 51.41, also 51.1, and Note. 25:29 unpunished; (g-27) See ch. 30.11. 25:30 dwelling-place, (h-33) Or 'against his fold (pasture).' see ch. 23.3; Isa. 65.10. 25:35 refuge (a-2) Or 'flight,' as Amos 2.14. 25:38 fierceness (b-19) Possibly 'sword,' as chs. 46.16; 50.16.
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