Jeremiah 511:1 (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.51:1 me, (a-24) Lit. 'the heart of Leb-kamai,' which is perhaps enigmatical for 'the Chaldeans.' see Note, ch. 25.26. 51:2 strangers, (b-7) Or 'fanners.' 51:5 forsaken, (c-5) Lit. 'not in widowhood.' land (d-17) i.e. the land of the Chaldeans. 51:8 ruined. (a-6) Or 'crushed.' see ch. 8.21. 51:10 righteousness. (b-6) Lit. 'our righteousnesses,' as Isa. 64.6. 51:11 take (c-4) Lit. 'fill' (i.e. with arm, or body); as 'provideth,' 2Sam. 23.7. 51:14 himself, (d-7) Lit. 'by his soul.' 51:15 (e-0) Cf. vers. 15-19 with ch. 10.12-16. 51:18 delusion. (f-7) Or 'mockery.' see ch 10.15. 51:19 rod (g-22) Or 'tribe.' See ch. 10.16. 51:23 rulers. (a-39) As vers. 28,57. see Ezra 9.2. 51:25 destruction, (b-8) Or 'mount of corruption.' see 2Kings 23.13. 51:26 ever, (c-24) Or 'perpetual desolations,' as ch. 25.12. 51:27 prepare (d-14) Lit. 'hallow.' see ch. 6.4. 51:28 Prepare (d-1) Lit. 'hallow.' see ch. 6.4. 51:36 sea, (e-22) i.e. the Euphrates. see Isa. 19.5. 51:41 Sheshach (f-3) See Note, ch. 25.26. 51:46 earth, (a-37) Or 'in the land.' 51:51 into (b-21) Or 'against.' 51:55 their (c-16) i.e. of the invaders. 51:56 *God (d-25) El, only twice in Jeremiah, here, and ch. 32.18; once in Lam., ch. 3.41. 51:58 bare, (e-15) Or 'undermined.' nations (f-36) Leummim, Ps. 2.1. 51:62 ever. (a-34) As ver. 26.
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