Exhaustive information for Strongs Number: 853

Word info for אֹות

Root: אֹות, אֵת
Strongs Number: 853
Transliteration: [ʾeth]
Phonetics: ayth
Etymology: Apparent contracted from 226 in the demonstrative sense of entity
Parts of Speech: untranslated particle.
Twot:
Sense: sign of the definite direct object, not translated in English but generally preceding and indicating the accusative (more info)

Outline of Biblical Usage:


   1 sign of the definite direct object, not translated in English but generally preceding and indicating the accusative.
   

Frequency in the Books

Words from the Root of H853

אֵ֥ת, אֶת־, אֹתָ֛ם, אֹתָם֮, אֶֽת־, אֵ֚ת, אֵ֖ת, וְאֵת֙, אֹתִ֜י, אֹת֖וֹ, אֹתֽוֹ, אֹתָ֗ם, אֹתָ֛הּ, : אֹתָ֑הּ, אֹת֛וֹ, אֹתְךָ֥, אֵ֛ת, וְֽאֶת־, וְאֶת־, אֹתָךְ֙, אֹתָהּ֙, אֹתִֽי, אֹת֜וֹ, אֹתָ֖ם, אֹתָ֑ם, אוֹתְךָ֖, אֹֽתְךָ֙, אֵ֣ת ׀, אֹתָ֔הּ, אֹת֗וֹ, מֵאֵ֣ת, אֹתָֽם, אֶתְהֶן֙, אֹתָ֜ם, מֵאֵ֥ת, אֽוֹתְךָ֖, אֹתִ֗י, מֵאֵ֖ת, אֹתָ֤הּ, אֹתָ֗הּ, אֹתִ֔י, מֵאִתּ֖וֹ, אֹתָ֖הּ, אֹתָֽךְ, אֹתָ֧ם, וְאֵ֗ת, אֵ֣ת, אֹת֑וֹ, אֹֽתְךָ֔, אֹתָ֣הּ, אֹתָֽהּ, אֹתָ֔ם, אֹתִי֮, אֹתְךָ֖, אֹתִ֑י, אֶתְהֶ֑ם, אֹתָם֙, אֹת֔וֹ, אֹתָ֜הּ, אֹתִי֒, אֹתִי֙, אֹת֞וֹ, אֶׄתׄ־, אֹתָ֑הּ, אוֹתָ֖ךְ, אֹתִ֖י, וְאֵ֛ת, אֹתִ֛י, מֵֽאִתָּם֙, אֹתָ֔נוּ, אֹתָ֛נוּ, מֵֽאִתִּ֔י, : אֶת־, אֹתָ֥נוּ, וְאֶ֨ת־, אֶתְכֶ֥ם, אֶתְכֶ֔ם, וְאֵ֤ת, אוֹתָ֔ם, אוֹתָ֗ם, אֹת֤וֹ, אֶתְכֶ֖ם, אֶתְכֶ֗ם, אֹתוֹ֙, אֶתְכֶם֮, אֶתְכֶ֛ם, אֶתְכֶם֙, אֹתוֹ֒, אוֹתָם֙, אֹתָ֙נוּ֙, אֵת֩, וְאֵ֖ת, אֶתְהֶ֔ם, אֶתְהֶ֖ן, מֵאֵ֤ת, : מֵאִתָּ֑ם, אוֹתְךָ֔, אִתְּךָ֜, אֹת֨וֹ, וְאֵ֨ת, אֹתָ֡ם, אֹתָ֨ם, מֵאֵת֙, אֹתָ֑כָה, אִתִּ֑י, מֵֽאִתְּכֶ֤ם, אֹתָ֖נָה, אֹתָם֒, אֵ֤ת, אֹת֣וֹ, וְאֵ֣ת ׀, וְאֵ֣ת, וְאֵ֥ת, : אֹת֔וֹ, אֹתָ֤ם, אוֹתָ֑ם, וְאֵת֩, וְאֹת֥וֹ, וּמֵאֵ֗ת, אֶתְכֶ֑ם, אוֹתָ֛ם, [is]אֹת֖וֹ, מֵֽאִתּוֹ֙, אֶ֨ת־, אוֹתָ֖ם, אֶתְכֶֽם, וְאֶתְכֶם֙, אֹתָם֩, מֵאִתּ֑וֹ, מֵאֵ֗ת, אוֹתָ֨ם, מֵֽאִתָּ֔ם, אֹתָ֑נוּ, אֹתָ֥ם, אוֹתָ֤ם, אֹתָ֜נוּ, אֵ֡ת, מֵֽאִתָּ֡ם, מֵאֵ֨ת, אֹתְכָ֥ה, אֹת֥וֹ, אֹתָהּ֮, אוֹתָהּ֒, אֹתָ֥ם ׀, מֵאִתְּכֶ֛ם, מֵאֵ֞ת, אֹתָ֤נוּ, מֵֽאִתָּ֛ם, וְאֹתִ֞י, אֵ֧ת, וְאוֹתָ֖נוּ, אֶת‪‬‪‬, אִתְּךָ֗, וְאֹת֣וֹ, אֶתְכֶ֣ם ׀, וְאֶֽת־, אֶתְכֶ֜ם, אֹֽתְךָ֗, אֹתְךָ֩, אוֹתָֽם, אוֹתָ֣ם, אוֹתִ֔י, אֵ֠ת, אוֹתָם֮, אוֹתָ֜ם, אֵ֗ת, אוֹתָ֜הּ, אֹת֣וֹ ׀, אוֹתִי֮, אוֹתִי֙, מֵֽאֵת־, אוֹת֔וֹ, אוֹתָ֛הּ, אוֹתָ֣הּ ׀, אֹתָ֧נוּ, אוֹתָ֔הּ, אוֹתוֹ֙, אוֹתָהּ֙, אוֹתִ֜י, אוֹת֨וֹ, אֹתִ֤י, אוֹת֛וֹ, אִתִּ֛י, אוֹתָ֖הּ, אוֹתָ֔ךְ, אוֹתָ֥הּ, אוֹתָ֣הּ, אוֹת֑וֹ, אוֹתָ֨הּ, אוֹתָ֥ם, אוֹת֗וֹ, אוֹת֖וֹ, אוֹתִי֒, א֠וֹתָהּ, אִתָּ֧ם, אֹ֠תוֹ, אֹת֡וֹ, אֹתָ֖נוּ, אֹתִ֨י, אֹתָ֥הּ, אֹתָֽנוּ, וְ֠אֵת, אֹ֠תָם, אֹתִ֥י, אֹתָ֑ךְ, אֹתָ֕ם, אוֹתָ֤הּ, אֹתְךָ֨, אֹ֠תְךָ, אֹתְךָ֛, מֵאֽוֹתְךָ֙, מֵֽאִתָּ֔ךְ, וְאֹתְךָ֣, מֵאִתִּ֛י, וְאֹתִ֥י, מֵאִתָּ֗ךְ, מֵאוֹתָ֜ךְ, מֵאוֹתֽוֹ, אֶתְכֶם֒, מֵֽאִתּ֔וֹ, מֵֽאוֹתוֹ֙, אֹתָ֞ם, אֹתוֹ֩, אֶתְכֶ֤ם, מֵאִתָּ֛ם, מֵֽאִתִּ֛י, מֵאֹתֽוֹ, אֹתוֹ֮, אֶתְכֶ֨ם, מֵאֵ֣ת ׀, אוֹתָ֙נוּ֙, אוֹתִֽי, (אַתָּ֣ה), אוֹת֣וֹ, אוֹתִ֑י, וְאֹתוֹ֙, וְאֵ֧ת ׀, וְאֵ֤ת ׀, אֵת־, וְאֹ֘תִ֤י, אֶ֫תְכֶ֥ם, אֶתְכֶ֣ם, אֵֽת־, אִתָּ֑נוּ, מֵ֥אִתְּךָ֗, אוֹתִ֥י, אֹ֝ת֗וֹ, אֵ֝֗ת, אוֹת֪וֹ, א֝וֹתָ֗ם, אֶ֝תְכֶ֗ם, אֵת֮, אֶ֥ת, אֹתָ֗ךְ, אֹתְךָ֣, מֵאִתָּ֑ךְ, אֶתּ־, אוֹתָ֑הּ, מֵאִתִּ֣י, מֵאִתֵּ֣ךְ, מֵֽאוֹתִ֑י, מֵאִתִּ֖י, מֵאִתִּ֞י, וְאוֹתִ֗י, אוֹתִ֛י, הַאוֹתִ֨י, הַאֹתִ֛י, אוֹתִ֖י, מֵֽאִתִּ֖י, אוֹתֽוֹ, אֹתְךָ֗, אֶת‪‬, [את], וְאֹֽתְךָ֙, אוֹתָם֩, אִתּ֖וֹ, מֵאֵ֧ת, אֽוֹתְךָ֙, אוֹתִ֗י, אֹתִ֣י, וְאוֹתָ֑ם, וְאֶתְכֶ֖ם, א֠וֹתָם, אוֹתָ֜ךְ, אוֹת֤וֹ, אוֹתָ֗ךְ, וְאֹתִ֣י, אוֹתָךְ֙, וְאוֹתָ֖הּ, אֽוֹתְהֶ֔ם, אוֹתְהֶ֖ן, אוֹתְךָ֙, אוֹתָ֖נָה, אֶתְהֶ֔ן, אוֹתְךָ֨, אוֹתָהּ֮, אֹתְךָ֜, וְאֹתִ֖י

All words for strongs number H853 :

Word Occurance
אֶת־ 4611
וְאֶת־ 280
אֶֽת־ 175
אֵ֖ת 126
אֵ֚ת 95
אֵ֣ת 66
אֹת֖וֹ 58
אֵ֥ת 56
אֵ֛ת 45
אֶתְכֶ֖ם 37
אֹת֔וֹ 37
אֶתְכֶם֙ 33
מֵאֵ֣ת 33
וְאֵת֙ 33
אֹתָ֖ם 33
אֶתְכֶ֔ם 30
אֹתוֹ֙ 28
אֹתָם֙ 24
אֵת֩ 23
אוֹתָם֙ 23
אֹתָ֔ם 22
אֹתֽוֹ 21
וְֽאֶת־ 20
אֹת֛וֹ 19
אוֹתָ֔ם 19
אֶתְכֶֽם 18
אֹת֑וֹ 17
מֵאֵ֥ת 17
אֹת֗וֹ 17
אֶתְכֶ֑ם 16
אֹתָ֛ם 15
וְאֵ֨ת 14
אוֹתָ֑ם 14
אֵ֤ת 14
אֹתָ֖הּ 13
אֹת֜וֹ 12
אֹתָ֔הּ 12
אוֹתָ֖ם 12
וְאֵת֩ 12
וְאֵ֖ת 11
אֶתְכֶ֛ם 10
אֶתְכֶ֜ם 10
אֹתָ֜ם 10
אֹתָ֑ם 10
אֹתִ֗י 10
וְאֵ֛ת 10
אֵ֣ת ׀ 10
אֹתָֽם 10
אֹת֤וֹ 9
וְאֵ֣ת ׀ 9
וְאֶֽת־ 9
אֹתִ֖י 8
אֹתָ֑הּ 8
אֵ֧ת 8
אֹתָהּ֙ 8
אֹתָ֛הּ 8
אֶתְכֶ֗ם 7
מֵאֵ֖ת 7
אֹתְךָ֖ 7
וְאֵ֣ת 7
וְאֵ֥ת 7
אֹתִ֔י 7
אוֹתָ֜ם 7
אֹתָ֗ם 7
אֹתִ֜י 7
אֵ֠ת 6
אֹת֣וֹ 6
אוֹתָֽם 6
אֹתָֽךְ 6
אוֹתָ֛ם 6
מֵאֵ֨ת 6
אוֹתִי֙ 6
אוֹתָ֖הּ 6
אֹתִ֛י 6
אוֹתָ֔הּ 5
וְאֵ֗ת 5
מֵאֵת֙ 5
אֹת֥וֹ 5
אֹתָֽהּ 5
אֹתָ֔נוּ 5
אוֹתִ֔י 4
אֹתִֽי 4
אֹתָךְ֙ 4
אֹתִי֙ 4
אֹתִ֥י 4
אֶתְהֶ֖ן 4
אוֹתָ֖ךְ 4
אוֹתָהּ֙ 4
אֹתִ֑י 4
אֹֽתְךָ֔ 4
אוֹתָ֗ם 4
אֹתָ֗הּ 4
אוֹתָ֜הּ 4
אוֹתְךָ֖ 4
וְאֵ֤ת 4
אוֹת֔וֹ 3
אוֹתִ֖י 3
אוֹתִֽי 3
אֶתְכֶ֤ם 3
מֵֽאֵת־ 3
אֹתָ֑ךְ 3
אֶ֨ת־ 3
אֹת֡וֹ 3
אֹתָ֥ם 3
אוֹתָ֔ךְ 3
אוֹת֖וֹ 3
אֹתָ֖נוּ 3
אוֹתָ֣ם 3
אוֹתוֹ֙ 3
מֵאֵ֤ת 3
אֹתָ֣הּ 3
אֹתוֹ֒ 3
אֹתָ֤הּ 3
אֶתְכֶם֮ 3
אֹֽתְךָ֙ 3
אֶתְכֶ֥ם 3
וְאֶ֨ת־ 3
מֵֽאִתִּ֔י 2
אוֹתִ֥י 2
אֵ֝֗ת 2
אוֹתָ֛הּ 2
אוֹתִ֜י 2
אוֹת֑וֹ 2
מֵאִתּ֖וֹ 2
אֹתָ֙נוּ֙ 2
אוֹתָ֣הּ 2
אֹתִי֒ 2
אוֹתָ֥ם 2
אֶת‪‬ 2
אוֹתִי֒ 2
א֠וֹתָהּ 2
אֶתְכֶ֣ם 2
אֹתִ֨י 2
אֹתָֽנוּ 2
אֹ֠תָם 2
וְאֵ֧ת ׀ 2
אֹת֞וֹ 2
אֹתְךָ֛ 2
אֹתָ֜הּ 2
מֵֽאִתָּ֔ךְ 2
אֶתְכֶם֒ 2
אוֹת֗וֹ 2
אוֹתָ֑הּ 2
אֹתָ֥ם ׀ 2
אֹתָ֤ם 2
אוֹת֤וֹ 2
אֹתָם֩ 2
וְאֶתְכֶם֙ 2
אֹת֨וֹ 2
מֵֽאִתּוֹ֙ 2
אוֹתָ֤ם 2
אֹתָ֜נוּ 2
אֹתָ֡ם 2
וְאֹת֥וֹ 2
אִתּ֖וֹ 2
אוֹתָהּ֮ 1
וְאֹ֘תִ֤י 1
מֵאִתָּ֛ם 1
אֹתְךָ֜ 1
אִתָּ֑נוּ 1
מֵֽאִתִּ֛י 1
אֵֽת־ 1
וְאוֹתָ֖הּ 1
מֵאֹתֽוֹ 1
אֽוֹתְהֶ֔ם 1
אֹתוֹ֮ 1
אֶתְכֶ֨ם 1
אֶ֫תְכֶ֥ם 1
מֵאֵ֣ת ׀ 1
אוֹתְךָ֨ 1
אוֹתְהֶ֖ן 1
אֵת־ 1
אוֹתְךָ֙ 1
וְאֵ֤ת ׀ 1
מֵ֥אִתְּךָ֗ 1
אוֹתָ֖נָה 1
אֶתְהֶ֔ן 1
וְאֹתוֹ֙ 1
אוֹתִ֑י 1
אוֹת֣וֹ 1
(אַתָּ֣ה) 1
אוֹתָ֙נוּ֙ 1
אוֹתָךְ֙ 1
אֹ֝ת֗וֹ 1
וְאֹתִ֣י 1
הַאוֹתִ֨י 1
מֵאִתֵּ֣ךְ 1
מֵֽאוֹתִ֑י 1
מֵאִתִּ֖י 1
מֵאִתִּ֞י 1
וְאוֹתִ֗י 1
אוֹתִ֛י 1
הַאֹתִ֛י 1
אוֹתִ֗י 1
אֹתִי֮ 1
מֵֽאִתִּ֖י 1
אוֹתֽוֹ 1
מֵאֵ֧ת 1
אֹתְךָ֗ 1
[את] 1
וְאֹֽתְךָ֙ 1
אֽוֹתְךָ֙ 1
מֵאִתִּ֣י 1
אוֹתָ֗ךְ 1
א֠וֹתָם 1
אוֹתָם֩ 1
אוֹת֪וֹ 1
א֝וֹתָ֗ם 1
אוֹתָ֜ךְ 1
אֶ֝תְכֶ֗ם 1
אֵת֮ 1
אֶ֥ת 1
אֹתִ֣י 1
אֹתָ֗ךְ 1
אֹתְךָ֣ 1
וְאֶתְכֶ֖ם 1
מֵאִתָּ֑ךְ 1
אֶתּ־ 1
וְאוֹתָ֑ם 1
אֹתוֹ֩ 1
אֹתָם֒ 1
אֶׄתׄ־ 1
אֹתָ֞ם 1
מֵֽאִתָּ֛ם 1
: מֵאִתָּ֑ם 1
אֹתָהּ֮ 1
אוֹתָהּ֒ 1
מֵאִתְּכֶ֛ם 1
מֵאֵ֞ת 1
אֹתָ֤נוּ 1
וְאֹתִ֞י 1
אוֹתְךָ֔ 1
וְאוֹתָ֖נוּ 1
אֶת‪‬‪‬ 1
אִתְּךָ֗ 1
וְאֹת֣וֹ 1
אֶתְכֶ֣ם ׀ 1
אֶתְהֶ֔ם 1
אֹתָם֮ 1
אֹתְכָ֥ה 1
מֵֽאִתָּ֡ם 1
אֹתְךָ֩ 1
אֹתְךָ֥ 1
מֵֽאִתְּכֶ֤ם 1
אִתִּ֑י 1
: אֹת֔וֹ 1
אֹתָ֑כָה 1
אֹתָ֨ם 1
וּמֵאֵ֗ת 1
[is]אֹת֖וֹ 1
אֵ֡ת 1
: אֹתָ֑הּ 1
מֵאִתּ֑וֹ 1
מֵאֵ֗ת 1
אוֹתָ֨ם 1
מֵֽאִתָּ֔ם 1
אֹתָ֑נוּ 1
אִתְּךָ֜ 1
אֹֽתְךָ֗ 1
אֶתְהֶן֙ 1
מֵֽאוֹתוֹ֙ 1
אֹ֠תְךָ 1
אֹתָ֥הּ 1
וְ֠אֵת 1
אֹתָ֖נָה 1
אֹתָ֕ם 1
אוֹתָ֤הּ 1
אֹתְךָ֨ 1
מֵאֽוֹתְךָ֙ 1
אֹ֠תוֹ 1
וְאֹתְךָ֣ 1
מֵאִתִּ֛י 1
וְאֹתִ֥י 1
מֵאִתָּ֗ךְ 1
מֵאוֹתָ֜ךְ 1
מֵאוֹתֽוֹ 1
מֵֽאִתּ֔וֹ 1
מֵֽאִתָּם֙ 1
אִתָּ֧ם 1
אֽוֹתְךָ֖ 1
אֶתְהֶ֑ם 1
אוֹתָם֮ 1
אֵ֗ת 1
אֹת֣וֹ ׀ 1
אוֹתִי֮ 1
אֹתָ֧ם 1
אוֹתָ֣הּ ׀ 1
אֹתָ֧נוּ 1
אֹתָ֥נוּ 1
אֹתָ֛נוּ 1
אוֹת֨וֹ 1
אֹתִ֤י 1
אוֹת֛וֹ 1
אִתִּ֛י 1
: אֶת־ 1
אוֹתָ֥הּ 1
אוֹתָ֨הּ 1
וְאֹתִ֖י 1

How strongs number H853 is translated (KJV)

English Occurance
- 5141
and 349
you 216
them 214
him 149
it 131
me 81
from 60
of 49
her 30
- 30
but 29
us 18
and also 15
for 14
to 10
with 9
the 8
to them 8
by 7
from them 7
of you 7
from me 7
on 6
so 6
of it 5
from him 5
to you 5
and me 4
for you 4
that 4
these 4
moreover 3
and him 3
in 3
and with 3
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Genesis 1:1
Literal: In the beginning created God - the heavens and the earth
KJV: In the beginning  God  created  the heaven  and  the earth. 

Genesis 1:4
Literal: And saw God - the light that [it was] good and divided God between the light and between the darkness
KJV: And God  saw  the light,  that  it was good:  and God  divided  the light  from  the darkness. 

Genesis 1:7
Literal: So made God - the firmament and He divided between the waters that [were] under the firmament and the waters that [were] above the firmament and it was so
KJV: And God  made  the firmament,  and divided  the waters  which  were under  the firmament  from the waters  which  were above  the firmament:  and it was so. 

Genesis 1:16
Literal: And made God - two lights great the light greater to rule the day and lesser the night and [He made] the stars
KJV: And God  made  two  great  lights;  the greater  light  to rule  the day,  and the lesser  light  to rule  the night:  he made the stars 

Genesis 1:17
Literal: And set them God in the firmament of the heavens to shine upon the earth
KJV: And God  set  them in the firmament  of the heaven  to give light  upon the earth, 

Genesis 1:21
Literal: So created God - sea creatures great and every thing living that moves with which abounded the waters according to their kinds bird winged according to its kind And saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And God  created  great  whales,  and every living  creature  that moveth,  which the waters  brought forth abundantly,  after their kind,  and every winged  fowl  after his kind:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 1:22
Literal: And blessed them God saying Be fruitful and multiply and fill - the waters in the seas and birds let multiply on the earth
KJV: And God  blessed  them, saying,  Be fruitful,  and multiply,  and fill  the waters  in the seas,  and let fowl  multiply  in the earth. 

Genesis 1:25
Literal: And made God - the beast of the earth according to its kind and livestock and everything that creeps on the earth according to its kind and saw God that [it was] good
KJV: And God  made  the beast  of the earth  after his kind,  and cattle  after their kind,  and every thing that creepeth  upon the earth  after his kind:  and God  saw  that it was good. 

Genesis 1:27
Literal: So created God - man in His [own] image in the image of God He created him male and female them
KJV: So God  created  man  in his own image,  of God  created  he him; male  and female  created 

Genesis 1:28
Literal: And blessed them God and said to them God Be fruitful and multiply and fill - the earth and subdue it and have dominion over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the air and over every living thing that moves upon the earth
KJV: And God  blessed  them, and God  said  unto them, Be fruitful,  and multiply,  and replenish  the earth,  and subdue it:  and have dominion  over the fish  of the sea,  and over the fowl  of the air,  and over every living thing  that moveth  upon the earth. 

Genesis 1:29
Literal: And said God behold I have given you - every herb [that] yields seed which [is] on the face of all the earth and tree which in [it] [is] the fruit of a tree yielding seed to you it shall be for food
KJV: And God  said,  Behold,  I have given  you every herb  bearing  seed,  which is upon the face  of all the earth,  and every tree,  in the which is the fruit  of a tree  yielding  seed;  to you it shall be  for meat. 

Genesis 1:30
Literal: And to every beast of the earth and to every bird of the air and to everything that creeps upon the earth which [has] in it the breath life - [I have given] every green herb for food and it was so
KJV: And to every beast  of the earth,  and to every fowl  of the air,  and to every thing that creepeth  upon the earth,  wherein there is life,  I have given every green  herb  for meat:  and it was so.

Genesis 1:31
Literal: And saw God - everything that He had made and indeed [it was] good very and there was evening morning day the sixth -
KJV: And God  saw  every thing that  he had made,  and, behold, it was very  good.  And the evening  and the morning  were the sixth  day. 

Genesis 2:3
Literal: And blessed God - day the seventh and He sanctified it because in it He rested from all the work which had created God and accomplished -
KJV: And God  blessed  the seventh  day,  and sanctified  it: because  that in it he had rested  from all his work  which God  created  and made. 

Genesis 2:5
Literal: And any plant of the field before was in the earth and any herb of the field had grown for not had caused it to rain Yahweh God on the earth and man [there was] not to cultivate - the ground
KJV: And every plant  of the field  before  it was in the earth,  and every herb  of the field  before  it grew:  for  the LORD  God  had not  caused it to rain  upon the earth,  and there was not  a man  to till  the ground. 

Genesis 2:6
Literal: But a mist went up from the earth and watered - the whole face of the ground
KJV: But there went up  a mist  from  the earth,  and watered  the whole face  of the ground. 

Genesis 2:7
Literal: And formed Yahweh God - man [from] the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life and became the man a being living
KJV: And the LORD  God  formed  man  of the dust  of  the ground,  and breathed  into his nostrils  the breath  of life;  and man  became a living  soul. 

Genesis 2:8
Literal: And planted Yahweh God a garden in Eden in the east and He put there - the man whom He had formed
KJV: And the LORD  God  planted  a garden  eastward  in Eden;  and there  he put  the man  whom  he had formed. 

Genesis 2:10
Literal: Now a river went out of Eden to water - the garden and from there it parted and became four headwaters
KJV: And a river  went out  of Eden  to water  the garden;  and from thence it was parted,  and became into four  heads. 

Genesis 2:11
Literal: The name of the first [is] Pishon it winds through - the whole land of Havilah there there [is] gold
KJV: The name  of the first  is Pison:  that  is it which compasseth  the whole land  of Havilah,  where  there is gold; 

Genesis 2:13
Literal: And the name of the river second [is] Gihon it winds through - the whole land of Cush
KJV: And the name  of the second  river  is Gihon:  the same is it that compasseth  the whole land  of Ethiopia. 

Genesis 2:15
Literal: And took Yahweh God - the man and put him in the garden of Eden to tend and keep it
KJV: And the LORD  God  took  the man,  and put him  into the garden  of Eden  to dress  it and to keep 

Genesis 2:19
Literal: And formed Yahweh God out of the ground every beast of the field and bird of the air and He brought [them] to Adam to see what he would call them And whatever called to [be] Adam [each] creature living that [was] its name
KJV: And out of the ground  the LORD  God  formed  every beast  of the field,  and every fowl  of the air;  and brought  them unto Adam  to see  what he would call  them: and whatsoever Adam  called  every living  creature,  that  was the name thereof. 

Genesis 2:22
Literal: And made Yahweh God - the rib which He had taken from the man into a woman and He brought her to the man
KJV: And the rib,  which the LORD  God  had taken  from man,  made  he a woman,  and brought  her unto the man. 

Genesis 2:24
Literal: Therefore - shall leave a man - his father and mother and be joined to his wife and they shall become flesh one
KJV: Therefore  shall a man  leave  his father  and his mother,  and shall cleave  unto his wife:  and they shall be one  flesh. 

Genesis 3:8
Literal: And they heard - the sound of Yahweh God walking in the garden in the breeze of the day and hid themselves Adam and his wife from the presence God among the trees of the garden
KJV: And they heard  the voice  of the LORD  God  walking  in the garden  in the cool  of the day:  and Adam  and his wife  hid themselves  from the presence  of the LORD  God  amongst  the trees  of the garden. 

Genesis 3:10
Literal: so he said - Your voice I heard in the garden and I was afraid because was naked I and I hid myself
KJV: And he said,  I heard  thy voice  in the garden,  and I was afraid,  because I  was naked;  and I hid myself. 

Genesis 3:18
Literal: and both thorns and thistles it shall bring forth for you and you shall eat - the herb of the field
KJV: Thorns also  and thistles  shall it bring forth  to thee; and thou shalt eat  the herb  of the field; 

Genesis 3:23
Literal: therefore sent him Yahweh God out of the garden of Eden to till - the ground from which he had been taken -
KJV: Therefore the LORD  God  sent him forth  from the garden  of Eden,  to till  the ground  from whence he was taken. 

Genesis 3:24
Literal: so He drove out - the man and He placed to the east of the garden of Eden cherubim and of flame a sword whirling to guard the way to the tree of life -
KJV: So he drove out  the man;  and he placed  at the east  of the garden  of Eden  Cherubims,  and a flaming  sword  which turned every way,  to keep  the way  of the tree  of life. 

Genesis 4:1
Literal: And Adam knew - Eve his wife and she conceived and bore Cain and said I have acquired a man from Yahweh
KJV: And Adam  knew  Eve  his wife;  and she conceived,  and bare  Cain,  and said,  I have gotten  a man  from  the LORD. 

Genesis 4:2
Literal: And she again bore [this time] - his brother Abel And was Abel a keeper of sheep but Cain was a tiller of the ground
KJV: And she again  bare  his brother  Abel.  was a keeper  of sheep,  but Cain  was a tiller  of the ground. 

Genesis 4:11
Literal: so now [are] cursed you from the earth which has opened - its mouth to receive the blood of your brother from your hand
KJV: And now art thou cursed  from the earth,  which hath opened  her mouth  to receive  thy brother's  blood  from thy hand; 

Genesis 4:12
Literal: When you till - the ground no it shall longer yield its strength to you a fugitive and a wanderer you shall be on the earth
KJV: When  thou tillest  the ground,  it shall not henceforth  yield  unto thee her strength;  a fugitive  and a vagabond  shalt thou be in the earth. 

Genesis 4:14
Literal: surely You have driven out me today from the face of the ground and from Your face I shall be hidden and I shall be a fugitive and a wanderer on the earth and it will come to pass [that] anyone who finds me will kill me
KJV: Behold, thou hast driven me out  this day  from the face  of the earth;  and from  thy face  shall I be hid;  and I shall be a fugitive  and a vagabond  in the earth;  and it shall come to pass,  that every one that findeth me  shall slay me. 

Genesis 4:15
Literal: And said to him Yahweh therefore whoever kills Cain sevenfold vengeance shall be taken on him And set Yahweh on Cain a mark lest should kill him anyone finding him
KJV: And the LORD  said  unto him, Therefore  whosoever slayeth  Cain,  vengeance shall be taken  on him sevenfold.  And the LORD  set  a mark  upon Cain,  lest  any finding  him should kill  him.

Genesis 4:17
Literal: And knew Cain - his wife and she conceived and bore Enoch and he built a city and called the name of the city after the name of his son Enoch
KJV: And Cain  knew  his wife;  and she conceived,  and bare  Enoch:  and he builded  a city,  and called  the name  of the city,  after the name  of his son,  Enoch. 

Genesis 4:18
Literal: And was born to Enoch - Irad and Irad begat Mehujael and Mehujael begat Methushael and Methushael Lamech
KJV: And unto Enoch  was born  Irad:  begat  Mehujael:  begat  Methusael:  begat  Lamech. 

Genesis 4:20
Literal: And bore Adah - Jabal He was the father of those who dwell in tents and [raise] livestock
KJV: And Adah  bare  Jabal:  he was the father  of such as dwell  in tents,  and of such as have cattle. 

Genesis 4:22
Literal: And as for Zillah also she bore - - Tubal-cain an instructor of every craftsman in bronze and iron and the sister of Tubal-cain [was] Naamah
KJV: And Zillah,  she also bare  Tubalcain,  an instructer  of every artificer  in brass  and iron:  and the sister  of Tubalcain  was Naamah. 

Genesis 4:25
Literal: And knew Adam again - his wife and she bore a son and named him Seth for has appointed for me God seed another instead of Abel whom killed Cain
KJV: knew  his wife  again;  and she bare  a son,  and called  his name  Seth:  For God,  said she, hath appointed  me another  seed  instead  of Abel,  whom  Cain  slew. 

Genesis 4:26
Literal: and as for Seth also to him was born a son and he named - him Enosh Then [men] began to call on the name of Yahweh -
KJV: And to Seth,  to him  also there was born  a son;  and he called  his name  Enos:  then began men  to call  upon the name  of the LORD. 

Genesis 5:1
Literal: This [is] the book of the genealogy of Adam In the day that created God man in the likeness of God He made him
KJV: This  is the book  of the generations  of Adam.  In the day  that God  created  man,  in the likeness  of God  made 

Genesis 5:2
Literal: male and female He created them and He blessed them and called - them man in the day they were created -
KJV: Male  and female  created  he them; and blessed  them, and called  their name  Adam,  in the day  when they were created. 

Genesis 5:3
Literal: And lived Adam thirty and a hundred years and begat [a son] in his own likeness after his image and he called - his name Seth
KJV: And Adam  lived  an hundred  and thirty  years,  and begat  a son in his own likeness,  after his image;  and called  his name  Seth: 

Genesis 5:4
Literal: And were the days of Adam after he had begotten - Seth eight hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And the days  of Adam  after  he had begotten  Seth  were eight  hundred  years:  and he begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:6
Literal: And lived Seth five years and a hundred years and he begat - Enosh
KJV: And Seth  lived  an hundred  and five  years,  and begat  Enos: 

Genesis 5:7
Literal: And lived Seth after he begat - Enosh seven years and eight hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Seth  lived  after  he begat  Enos  eight  hundred  and seven  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:9
Literal: And lived Enosh ninety years and he begat - Cainan
KJV: And Enos  lived  ninety  years,  and begat  Cainan: 

Genesis 5:10
Literal: And lived Enosh after he begat - Cainan Five [and] ten years and eight hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Enos  lived  after  he begat  Cainan  eight  hundred  and fifteen  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:12
Literal: And lived Cainan seventy years and he begat - Mahalalel
KJV: And Cainan  lived  seventy  years,  and begat  Mahalaleel: 

Genesis 5:13
Literal: And lived Cainan after he begat - Mahalalel forty years and eight hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Cainan  lived  after  he begat  Mahalaleel  eight  hundred  and forty  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:15
Literal: And lived Mahalalel five years and sixty years and he begat - Jared
KJV: And Mahalaleel  lived  sixty  and five  years,  and begat  Jared: 

Genesis 5:16
Literal: And lived Mahalalel after he begat - Jared thirty years and eight hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Mahalaleel  lived  after  he begat  Jared  eight  hundred  and thirty  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:18
Literal: And lived Jared two and sixty years and a hundred years and he begat - Enoch
KJV: And Jared  lived  an hundred  sixty  and two  years,  and he begat  Enoch: 

Genesis 5:19
Literal: And lived Jared after he begat - Enoch eight hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Jared  lived  after  he begat  Enoch  eight  hundred  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:21
Literal: And lived Enoch five and sixty years and he begat - Methuselah
KJV: And Enoch  lived  sixty  and five  years,  and begat  Methuselah: 

Genesis 5:22
Literal: And walked Enoch with God after he begat - Methuselah three hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Enoch  walked  with  God  after  he begat  Methuselah  three  hundred  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:24
Literal: And walked Enoch with God and he [was] not for took him God -
KJV: And Enoch  walked  with God:  took  him.

Genesis 5:25
Literal: And lived Methuselah seven and eighty years and a hundred years and he begat - Lamech
KJV: And Methuselah  lived  an hundred  eighty  and seven  years,  and begat  Lamech: 

Genesis 5:26
Literal: And lived Methuselah after he begat - Lamech two and eighty years and seven hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Methuselah  lived  after  he begat  Lamech  seven  hundred  eighty  and two  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:29
Literal: And he called - his name Noah saying this [one] shall comfort us concerning our work and the toil of our hands because of the ground which has cursed Yahweh
KJV: And he called  his name  Noah,  saying,  This same shall comfort  us concerning our work  and toil  of our hands,  because  of the ground  which the LORD  hath cursed. 

Genesis 5:30
Literal: And lived Lamech after he begat - Noah five and ninety years and five hundred years and he begat sons and daughters
KJV: And Lamech  lived  after  he begat  Noah  five  hundred  ninety  and five  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters: 

Genesis 5:32
Literal: And was Noah old five hundred years and begat Noah - Shem Ham and Japheth
KJV: And Noah  was five  hundred  years  old:  and Noah  begat  Shem,  Ham,  and Japheth. 

Genesis 6:2
Literal: that saw the sons of God - the daughters of men that [were] beautiful they and they took for themselves wives of all whomever they chose
KJV: That the sons  of God  saw  the daughters  of men  that they  were fair;  and they took  them wives  of all which they chose. 

Genesis 6:6
Literal: And was sorry Yahweh that He had made - man on the earth and He was grieved in His heart
KJV: And it repented  the LORD  that he had made  man  on the earth,  and it grieved  him at  his heart. 

Genesis 6:7
Literal: So said Yahweh I will destroy - man whom I have created from the face of the earth from man and beast to creeping thing and birds of the air for I am sorry that I have made them
KJV: And the LORD  said,  I will destroy  man  whom I have created  from the face  of the earth;  both man,  and  beast,  and the creeping thing,  and the fowls  of the air;  for it repenteth  me that I have made 

Genesis 6:10
Literal: And begat Noah three sons - Shem Ham and Japheth
KJV: And Noah  begat  three  sons,  Shem,  Ham,  and Japheth. 

Genesis 6:12
Literal: So looked God - upon the earth and indeed it was corrupt for had corrupted all flesh their way on the earth -
KJV: And God  looked  upon the earth,  and, behold, it was corrupt;  for all flesh  had corrupted  his way  upon the earth. 

Genesis 6:14
Literal: Make for yourself an ark of wood gopher rooms make in the ark and cover it inside and outside with pitch
KJV: Make  thee an ark  of gopher  wood;  rooms  shalt thou make  in  the ark,  and shalt pitch  it within  and without  with pitch. 

Genesis 6:15
Literal: And this [is] how you shall make it three hundred cubits [shall be] the length of the ark fifty cubits the width and thirty cubits the height
KJV: And this is the fashion which thou shalt make  it of: The length  of the ark  shall be three  hundred  cubits,  the breadth  of it fifty  cubits,  and the height  of it thirty  cubits. 

Genesis 6:17
Literal: And I behold am bringing - a flood of waters on the earth to destroy all flesh which in it [is] the breath of life from under heaven everything that [is] on the earth shall die
KJV: I,  even I, do bring  a flood  of waters  upon the earth,  to destroy  all flesh,  wherein is the breath  of life,  from under  heaven;  and every thing  that is in the earth  shall die. 

Genesis 6:18
Literal: But I will establish - My covenant with you and you shall go into the ark you and your sons and your wife and the wives of your sons with you
KJV: But with thee will I establish  my covenant;  and thou shalt come  into  the ark,  thou,  and thy sons,  and thy wife,  and thy sons'  wives 

Genesis 6:22
Literal: Thus did Noah according to all that commanded him God so he did -
KJV: Thus did  Noah;  according to all that God  commanded  him, so did  he.

Genesis 7:1
Literal: And said Yahweh to Noah come you and all your household into the ark because [that] you I have seen [are] righteous before Me in generation this
KJV: And the LORD  said  unto Noah,  Come  thou and all thy house  into the ark;  for thee have I seen  righteous  before me  in this  generation. 

Genesis 7:4
Literal: For after days more seven I will cause it to rain on the earth forty days and forty nights and I will destroy - all living things that I have made from the face of the earth
KJV: For yet  seven  days,  and I will cause it to rain  upon the earth  forty  days  and forty  nights;  and every  living substance  that I have made  will I destroy  from off  the face  of the earth. 

Genesis 7:9
Literal: two [by] two they went to Noah into the ark male and female as had commanded God - Noah
KJV: There went in  two  unto Noah  into the ark,  the male  and the female,  as  God  had commanded  Noah. 

Genesis 7:16
Literal: And they entered male and female of all flesh they went in as had commanded him God and shut in Yahweh him
KJV: And they that went in,  male  and female  of all flesh,  as God  had commanded  him: and the LORD  shut him in. 

Genesis 7:17
Literal: And was the flood forty days on the earth and increased the waters and lifted up - the ark and it rose high above the earth
KJV: And the flood  was forty  days  upon the earth;  and the waters  increased,  and bare up  the ark,  and it was lift up  above the earth. 

Genesis 7:23
Literal: So He destroyed - all living things which were on the face of the ground from man and livestock creeping thing to the bird of the air and they were destroyed from the earth and remained only Noah and those who with him in the ark
KJV: And every living substance  was destroyed  which was upon the face  of the ground,  both man,  and cattle,  and the creeping things,  and the fowl  of the heaven;  and they were destroyed  from the earth:  and Noah  only  remained  alive, and they that  were with him in the ark. 

Genesis 8:1
Literal: And remembered God - Noah and every living thing and all the animals that [were] with him in the ark and made to pass God a wind over the earth and subsided the waters
KJV: And God  remembered  Noah,  and every living thing,  and all the cattle  that was with him in the ark:  and God  a wind  to pass  over  the earth,  and the waters  asswaged; 

Genesis 8:6
Literal: So it came to pass at the end of forty days that opened Noah - the window of the ark which he had made
KJV: And it came to pass at the end  of forty  days,  that Noah  opened  the window  of the ark  which he had made: 

Genesis 8:7
Literal: and he sent out - a raven and it went forth going out and returning until had dried up the waters from the earth
KJV: And he sent forth  a raven,  which went forth  and fro,  until the waters  were dried up  from off the earth. 

Genesis 8:8
Literal: And He sent out - a dove from himself to see if had receded the waters from the face of the ground
KJV: Also he sent forth  a dove  from him, to see  if the waters  were abated  from off the face  of the ground; 

Genesis 8:9
Literal: but no found the dove resting place for the sole of her foot and she returned to him into the ark for the waters [were] on the face of whole the earth So he put out his hand and took her and drew her to himself the ark
KJV: But the dove  found  no rest  for the sole  of her foot,  and she returned  unto him into the ark,  for the waters  were on the face  of the whole earth:  then he put forth  his hand,  and took her,  and pulled her in  unto him into the ark. 

Genesis 8:10
Literal: And he waited yet seven days another and again he sent out - the dove from the ark
KJV: And he stayed  yet other  seven  days;  and again  he sent forth  the dove  out of the ark; 

Genesis 8:12
Literal: So he waited yet seven days another and sent out - the dove and not again did she return to him anymore
KJV: And he stayed  yet other  seven  days;  and sent forth  the dove;  which returned  not again  unto him any more. 

Genesis 8:13
Literal: And it came to pass in the one and six hundredth year in the first [month] on the first [day] of the month that were dried up the waters from the earth And removed Noah - the covering of the ark and he looked and indeed was dry the surface of the ground
KJV: And it came to pass in the six  hundredth  and first year,  in the first  month, the first  day of the month,  the waters  were dried up  from off the earth:  and Noah  removed  the covering  of the ark,  and looked,  and, behold, the face  of the ground  was dry. 

Genesis 8:21
Literal: And smelled Yahweh - aroma the soothing and said Yahweh in His heart never again will I curse any more the ground on account of man although the imagination in the heart of man [is] evil from his youth nor will I again destroy every living thing as I have done
KJV: And the LORD  smelled  a sweet  savour;  and the LORD  said  in  his heart,  I will not again  curse  the ground  any more for man's  sake;  for the imagination  of man's  heart  is evil  from his youth;  neither will I again  smite  any more every thing living,  as I have done. 

Genesis 9:1
Literal: So blessed God - Noah and his sons and said to them Be fruitful and multiply and fill the earth
KJV: And God  blessed  Noah  and his sons,  and said  unto them, Be fruitful,  and multiply,  and replenish  the earth. 

Genesis 9:3
Literal: Every moving thing that it lives for you shall be for food just as the green herbs have I given you - all things
KJV: Every moving thing  that liveth  shall be meat  for you; even as the green  herb  have I given  you all things.

Genesis 9:5
Literal: And surely - the blood of your lives will I require [an accounting] from the hand of every beast I will require it and from the hand of man From the hand of every man's brother I will require the life of man
KJV: And surely  your blood  of your lives  will I require;  at the hand  of every beast  will I require it,  and at the hand  of man;  at the hand  of every man's  brother  will I require  the life  of man. 

Genesis 9:6
Literal: Whoever sheds the blood of man by man his blood shall be shed for in the image of God He made - man
KJV: Whoso sheddeth  man's  blood,  by man  shall his blood  be shed:  for in the image  of God  made  he man. 

Genesis 9:9
Literal: and I behold establish - My covenant with you and with your descendants after you
KJV: And I, behold, I establish  my covenant  with you, and with your seed  after you; 

Genesis 9:11
Literal: Thus I establish - My covenant with you and Never shall be cut off all flesh again by the waters of the flood shall there be a flood to destroy the earth
KJV: And I will establish  my covenant  with you; neither shall all flesh  be cut off  any more by the waters  of a flood;  to destroy  the earth. 

Genesis 9:13
Literal: - My rainbow I set in the cloud and it shall be for the sign of the covenant between Me and the earth
KJV: I do set  my bow  in the cloud,  and it shall be for a token  of a covenant  between me and the earth. 

Genesis 9:15
Literal: and I will remember - My covenant which [is] between Me and you and every creature living of all flesh and never shall become again the waters a flood to destroy all flesh
KJV: And I will remember  my covenant,  which is between me and you and every living  creature  of all flesh;  and the waters  shall no more  become a flood  to destroy  all flesh. 

Genesis 9:22
Literal: And saw Ham the father of Canaan - the nakedness of his father and he told two his brothers outside
KJV: And Ham,  the father  of Canaan,  saw  the nakedness  of his father,  and told  his two  brethren  without. 

Genesis 9:23
Literal: But took Shem and Japheth - a garment and laid [it] on the shoulders of the two of them and went backward and covered - the nakedness of their father and their faces [were] backward and the nakedness of their father not they saw
KJV: And Shem  and Japheth  took  a garment,  and laid  it upon both  their shoulders,  backward,  and covered  the nakedness  of their father;  and their faces  were backward,  and they saw  not their father's  nakedness. 

Genesis 9:24
Literal: And awoke Noah from his wine and knew - what had done to him his son younger
KJV: And Noah  awoke  from his wine,  and knew  what his younger  son  had done  unto him.

Genesis 10:8
Literal: And Cush begat - Nimrod he began to be a mighty one on the earth
KJV: And Cush  begat  Nimrod:  he began  to be  a mighty one  in the earth. 

Genesis 10:11
Literal: From land that he went to Assyria and built - Nineveh and Rehoboth Ir the cities Calah
KJV: Out of that land  went forth  Asshur,  and builded  Nineveh,  and the city  Rehoboth,  and Calah, 

Genesis 10:12
Literal: and Resen between Nineveh and Calah that [is] the city great
KJV: And Resen  between Nineveh  and Calah:  the same is a great  city. 

Genesis 10:13
Literal: And Mizraim begat - Ludim and Anamim Lehabim Naphtuhim
KJV: And Mizraim  begat  Ludim,  and Anamim,  and Lehabim,  and Naphtuhim, 

Genesis 10:14
Literal: and Pathrusim and the Casluhites which came from them the Philistines the Caphtorites -
KJV: And Pathrusim,  and Casluhim,  (out of whom came  Philistim,)  and Caphtorim. 

Genesis 10:15
Literal: And Canaan begat - Sidon his firstborn and Heth
KJV: And Canaan  begat  Sidon  his firstborn,  and Heth, 

Genesis 10:16
Literal: and the Jebusite the Amorite and the Girgashite
KJV: And the Jebusite,  and the Amorite,  and the Girgasite, 

Genesis 10:17
Literal: and the Hivite the Arkite the Sinite
KJV: And the Hivite,  and the Arkite,  and the Sinite, 

Genesis 10:18
Literal: and the Arvadite the Zemarite the Hamathite and afterward were dispersed the families of the Canaanite
KJV: And the Arvadite,  and the Zemarite,  and the Hamathite:  and afterward  were the families  of the Canaanites  spread abroad. 

Genesis 10:24
Literal: And Arphaxad begat - Shelah and Shelah Eber
KJV: And Arphaxad  begat  Salah;  begat  Eber. 

Genesis 10:26
Literal: And Joktan begat - Almodad and Sheleph Hazarmaveth Jerah
KJV: And Joktan  begat  Almodad,  and Sheleph,  and Hazarmaveth,  and Jerah, 

Genesis 10:27
Literal: and Hadoram Uzal Diklah
KJV: And Hadoram,  and Uzal,  and Diklah, 

Genesis 10:28
Literal: and Obal Abimael Sheba
KJV: And Obal,  and Abimael,  and Sheba, 

Genesis 10:29
Literal: and Ophir Havilah Jobab all these [were] the sons of Joktan
KJV: And Ophir,  and Havilah,  and Jobab:  all these were the sons  of Joktan. 

Genesis 11:5
Literal: But came down Yahweh to see - the city and the tower which had built the sons of men
KJV: And the LORD  came down  to see  the city  and the tower,  which the children  of men  builded. 

Genesis 11:8
Literal: So scattered abroad Yahweh them from there over the face of all the earth and they ceased building the city
KJV: So the LORD  scattered them abroad  from thence  upon the face  of all the earth:  and they left off  to build  the city. 

Genesis 11:10
Literal: These [are] the generations [of] Shem Shem [was] old a hundred years and he begat - Arphaxad two years after the flood
KJV: These are the generations  of Shem:  was an hundred  years  old,  and begat  Arphaxad  two years  after  the flood: 

Genesis 11:11
Literal: And lived Shem after he begat - Arphaxad five hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Shem  lived  after  he begat  Arphaxad  five  hundred  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:12
Literal: And Arphaxad lived five and thirty years and he begat - Shelah
KJV: And Arphaxad  five  and thirty  years,  and begat  Salah: 

Genesis 11:13
Literal: And lived Arphaxad after he begat - Shelah three years and four hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Arphaxad  lived  after  he begat  Salah  four  hundred  and three  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:14
Literal: And Shelah lived thirty years and he begat - Eber
KJV: And Salah  thirty  years,  and begat  Eber: 

Genesis 11:15
Literal: And lived Shelah after he begat - Eber three years and four hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Salah  lived  after  he begat  Eber  four  hundred  and three  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:16
Literal: And lived Eber four and thirty years and he begat - Peleg
KJV: And Eber  lived  four  and thirty  years,  and begat  Peleg: 

Genesis 11:17
Literal: And lived Eber after he begat - Peleg thirty years and four hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Eber  lived  after  he begat  Peleg  four  hundred  and thirty  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:18
Literal: And lived Peleg thirty years and he begat - Reu
KJV: And Peleg  lived  thirty  years,  and begat  Reu: 

Genesis 11:19
Literal: And lived Peleg after he begat - Reu nine years and two hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Peleg  lived  after  he begat  Reu  two hundred  and nine  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:20
Literal: And lived Reu two and thirty years and he begat - Serug
KJV: And Reu  lived  two  and thirty  years,  and begat  Serug: 

Genesis 11:21
Literal: And lived Reu after he begat - Serug seven years and two hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Reu  lived  after  he begat  Serug  two hundred  and seven  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:22
Literal: And lived Serug thirty years and he begat - Nahor
KJV: And Serug  lived  thirty  years,  and begat  Nahor: 

Genesis 11:23
Literal: And lived Serug after he begat - Nahor two hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Serug  lived  after  he begat  Nahor  two hundred  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:24
Literal: And lived Nahor nine and twenty years and he begat - Terah
KJV: And Nahor  lived  nine  and twenty  years,  and begat  Terah: 

Genesis 11:25
Literal: And lived Nahor after he begat - Terah nine [and] ten years and a hundred years and he begat sons and daughters -
KJV: And Nahor  lived  after  he begat  Terah  an hundred  and nineteen  years,  and begat  sons  and daughters. 

Genesis 11:26
Literal: And lived Terah seventy years and he begat - Abram Nahor and Haran
KJV: And Terah  lived  seventy  years,  and begat  Abram,  Nahor,  and Haran. 

Genesis 11:27
Literal: And these [are] the generations of Terah Terah begat - Abram Nahor and Haran and Haran Lot
KJV: Now these are the generations  of Terah:  begat  Abram,  Nahor,  and Haran;  begat  Lot. 

Genesis 11:31
Literal: And took Terah - Abram his son and Lot the son of Haran grandson his and Sarai his daughter-in-law the wife of Abram his son and they went out with them from Ur of the Chaldeans to go to the land of Canaan and they came to Haran and dwelt there
KJV: And Terah  took  Abram  his son,  and Lot  the son  of Haran  his son's  and Sarai  his daughter in law,  his son  Abram's  wife;  and they went forth  with them from Ur  of the Chaldees,  into the land  of Canaan;  and they came  unto Haran,  and dwelt 

Genesis 12:5
Literal: And took Abram - Sarai his wife and Lot son of his brother all their possessions that they had gathered the people whom they had acquired in Haran and they departed to go to the land of Canaan so they came of Canaan
KJV: And Abram  took  Sarai  his wife,  and Lot  his brother's  son,  and all their substance  that they had gathered,  and the souls  that they had gotten  in Haran;  and they went forth  into the land  of Canaan;  and into the land  of Canaan  they came. 

Genesis 12:7
Literal: And appeared Yahweh to Abram and said to your descendants I will give - land this And he built there an altar to Yahweh who had appeared to him
KJV: And the LORD  appeared  unto Abram,  and said,  Unto thy seed  will I give  this  land:  and there builded  he an altar  unto the LORD,  who appeared 

Genesis 12:12
Literal: Therefore it will come to pass when see you the Egyptians that they will say his wife this [is] and they will kill me but you they will let live
KJV: Therefore it shall come to pass, when the Egyptians  shall see  thee, that they shall say,  This is his wife:  and they will kill  me, but they will save thee alive. 

Genesis 12:14
Literal: So it was when came Abram into Egypt that saw the Egyptians - the woman that beautiful she [was] very
KJV: And it came to pass, that, when Abram  was come  into Egypt,  the Egyptians  beheld  the woman  that she was very  fair. 

Genesis 12:15
Literal: And saw her the princes of Pharaoh and commended her to Pharaoh and was taken the woman into the house of Pharaoh
KJV: The princes  also of Pharaoh  saw  her, and commended  her before  Pharaoh:  and the woman  was taken  into Pharaoh's  house. 

Genesis 12:17
Literal: But plagued Yahweh - Pharaoh plagues with great and his house because of Sarai wife of Abram
KJV: And the LORD  plagued  Pharaoh  and his house  with great  plagues  because of  Sarai  Abram's  wife. 

Genesis 12:19
Literal: why did you say my sister she [is] so I might have taken her to me as my wife now therefore here [is] your wife take [her] and go [your way]
KJV: Why saidst thou,  She is my sister?  so I might have taken  her to me to wife:  take 

Genesis 12:20
Literal: so commanded concerning him Pharaoh [his] men and they sent away him and with his wife all that he had
KJV: And Pharaoh  commanded  concerning him: and they sent him away,  and his wife,  and all that he had.

Genesis 13:6
Literal: And not was able to support them the land that they might dwell together for were their possessions so great that not they could dwell together
KJV: And the land  was not able to bear  them, that they might dwell  together:  for their substance  was great,  so that they could  not dwell  together. 

Genesis 13:10
Literal: And lifted up Lot - his eyes and saw all the plain of the Jordan that everywhere it [was] well watered before destroyed Yahweh Sodom and Gomorrah like the garden of Yahweh like the land of Egypt as you go toward Zoar
KJV: And Lot  lifted up  his eyes,  and beheld  all the plain  of Jordan,  that it was well watered  every where, before  the LORD  destroyed  Sodom  and Gomorrah,  even as the garden  of the LORD,  like the land  of Egypt,  as thou comest  unto Zoar. 

Genesis 13:11
Literal: And chose for himself Lot - all the plain of Jordan and journeyed Lot east And they separated the one from the other
KJV: Then Lot  chose  him all the plain  of Jordan;  and Lot  journeyed  east:  and they separated themselves  the one  from the other. 

Genesis 13:15
Literal: For - all the land which you see to you I give and your descendants even to ever
KJV: For all the land  which thou seest,  to thee will I give it,  and to thy seed  for  ever. 

Genesis 13:16
Literal: And I will make - your descendants like the dust of the earth so that if could a man number - the dust of the earth [then] also could be numbered
KJV: And I will make  thy seed  as the dust  of the earth:  so that  can  number  the dust  of the earth,  then shall thy seed  also be numbered. 

Genesis 14:4
Literal: Two [and] ten years they served - Chedorlaomer and in the three and tenth year they rebelled
KJV: Twelve  years  they served  Chedorlaomer,  and in the thirteenth  year  they rebelled. 

Genesis 14:5
Literal: And In the four and tenth year came Chedorlaomer and the kings that [were] with him and attacked - the Rephaites in in Ashteroth Karnaim and the Zuzites in Ham and the Emites in Shaveh Kiriathaim
KJV: And in the fourteenth  year  came  Chedorlaomer,  and the kings  that were with him, and smote  the Rephaims  in Ashteroth Karnaim,  and the Zuzims  in Ham,  and the Emims 

Genesis 14:6
Literal: and the Horite in their mountain of Seir as far as - El Paran which [is] by the wilderness
KJV: And the Horites  Seir,  unto Elparan,  which is by  the wilderness. 

Genesis 14:7
Literal: And they turned back and came to - En Mishpat that [is] Kadesh and they attacked - all the country of the Amalekite and also - the Amorite dwelling in Hazezon Tamar
KJV: And they returned,  and came  to  Enmishpat,  which is Kadesh,  and smote  all the country  of the Amalekites,  and also the Amorites,  that dwelt  in Hazezontamar. 

Genesis 14:11
Literal: And they took - all the goods of Sodom and Gomorrah and their food and they went on their way
KJV: And they took  all the goods  of Sodom  and Gomorrah,  and all their victuals, 

Genesis 14:12
Literal: And they took - Lot and his goods the son of the brother of Abram and departed since he dwelt in Sodom
KJV: And they took  Lot,  Abram's  brother's  son,  who dwelt  in Sodom,  and his goods, 

Genesis 14:14
Literal: And when heard Abram that was taken captive his brother then he armed - his trained [servants] who were born in his own house eight [and] ten and three hundred and went in pursuit as far as Dan
KJV: And when Abram  heard  that his brother  was taken captive,  he armed  his trained  servants, born  in his own house,  three  hundred  and eighteen,  and pursued  them unto Dan. 

Genesis 14:16
Literal: So he brought back - all the goods and also - Lot his brother and his goods he brought back as well the women and the people
KJV: And he brought back  all the goods,  and also brought again  his brother  Lot,  and his goods,  and the women  also, and the people. 

Genesis 14:17
Literal: And went out the king of Sodom to meet him after his return from the defeat - Chedorlaomer and the kings who [were] with him at the Valley of Shaveh that [is] Valley the King's
KJV: And the king  of Sodom  went out  to meet  him after  his return  from the slaughter  of Chedorlaomer,  and of the kings  that were with him, at the valley  of Shaveh,  which  is the king's  dale. 

Genesis 14:23
Literal: that I [will take] nothing from a thread and even to strap of a sandal that I will not take anything that [is] yours lest you should say I have made rich - Abram
KJV: That I will not  take from a thread  even to a shoelatchet,  and that I will not  take  any thing that is thine, lest thou shouldest say,  Abram  rich: 

Genesis 15:3
Literal: and said Abram behold to me not You have given offspring and indeed a son in my household is heir my
KJV: And Abram  said,  Behold, to me thou hast given  no  seed:  and, lo, one born  in my house  is mine heir. 

Genesis 15:5
Literal: And He brought him outside and said Look now toward heaven and count the stars if you are able to number them And He said to him so shall be your offspring
KJV: And he brought him forth  abroad,  and said,  Look  now toward heaven,  and tell  the stars,  if thou be able  to number  them: and he said  unto him, So  shall thy seed  be.

Genesis 15:7
Literal: And He said to him I [am] Yahweh who brought you out of Ur of the Chaldeans to give you - land this to possess
KJV: And he said  unto him, I am the LORD  that brought thee out  of Ur  of the Chaldees,  to give  thee this land  to inherit  it.

Genesis 15:10
Literal: And he brought to Him - all these and cut in two them down the middle and placed each piece opposite the other but the birds not he did cut in two
KJV: And he took  unto him all these, and divided  them in the midst,  and laid  each  piece  one against  another:  but the birds  divided  he not.

Genesis 15:11
Literal: And came down the vultures on the carcasses and drove away them Abram
KJV: And when the fowls  came down  upon the carcases,  Abram  drove them away. 

Genesis 15:13
Literal: And He said to Abram surely Know that strangers will be your descendants in a land [that is] not theirs and serve will them and they will afflict them four hundred years
KJV: And he said  unto Abram,  Know  that thy seed  shall be a stranger  in a land  that is not theirs, and shall serve  them; and they shall afflict  them four  hundred  years; 

Genesis 15:14
Literal: But - the nation whom they serve will judge I and afterward they shall come out with possessions great
KJV: And also that nation,  whom they shall serve,  will I judge:  and afterward  shall they come out  with great  substance. 

Genesis 15:18
Literal: On day that made Yahweh with Abram a covenant saying to your descendants I have given - land this from the river of Egypt to the river great the River Euphrates
KJV: In the same  day  the LORD  made  a covenant  with Abram,  saying,  Unto thy seed  have I given  this land,  from the river  of Egypt  unto the great  river,  Euphrates: 

Genesis 15:19
Literal: - the Kenite and the Kenizzite and the Kadmonite
KJV: The Kenites,  and the Kenizzites,  and the Kadmonites, 

Genesis 15:20
Literal: and the Hittite the Perizzite the Rephaites
KJV: And the Hittites,  and the Perizzites,  and the Rephaims, 

Genesis 15:21
Literal: and the Amorite the Canaanite the Girgashite the Jebusite -
KJV: And the Amorites,  and the Canaanites,  and the Girgashites,  and the Jebusites. 

Genesis 16:3
Literal: And took Sarai wife of Abram - Hagar the Egyptianess her maidservant after ten years had dwelt Abram in the land of Canaan and she gave her to Abram her husband to be his wife
KJV: And Sarai  Abram's  wife  took  Hagar  her maid  the Egyptian,  after  Abram  had dwelt  ten  years  in the land  of Canaan,  and gave  Abram  to be his wife. 

Genesis 16:10
Literal: And said to her the Angel of Yahweh exceedingly I will multiply - your descendants so that not they shall be counted for multitude
KJV: And the angel  of the LORD  said  unto her, I will multiply  thy seed  exceedingly,  that it shall not be numbered  for multitude. 

Genesis 16:16
Literal: And Abram [was] old eighty years and six years when bore Hagar - Ishmael to Abram -
KJV: And Abram  was fourscore  and six  years  old,  when Hagar  bare  Ishmael  to Abram. 

Genesis 17:2
Literal: And I will make My covenant between Me and you and will multiply you exceedingly greatly
KJV: And I will make  my covenant  between me and thee, and will multiply  thee exceedingly. 

Genesis 17:5
Literal: And No shall be called longer - your name Abram but shall be Abraham for a father of many nations I have made you
KJV: Neither shall thy name  any more be called  Abram,  but thy name  shall be Abraham;  for a father  of many  nations  have I made thee. 

Genesis 17:6
Literal: And I will make fruitful you exceedingly greatly I will make nations [of you] and kings from you shall come out
KJV: thee exceeding  fruitful,  and I will make  nations  of thee, and kings  shall come out 

Genesis 17:7
Literal: And I will establish - My covenant between Me and you and your descendants after you in their generations For a covenant everlasting to be to you God and your descendants after you
KJV: And I will establish  my covenant  between me and thee and thy seed  after thee  in their generations  for an everlasting  covenant,  to be a God  unto thee, and to thy seed  after thee. 

Genesis 17:8
Literal: And I give to you and your descendants after you - the land in which you are a stranger - all of Canaan as a possession everlasting and I will be their God
KJV: And I will give  unto thee, and to thy seed  after thee,  the land  wherein thou art a stranger,  all the land  of Canaan,  for an everlasting  possession;  and I will be their God. 

Genesis 17:9
Literal: And said God to Abraham and as for you - My covenant you shall keep you and your descendants after you throughout their generations
KJV: And God  said  unto Abraham,  Thou shalt keep  my covenant  therefore, thou, and thy seed  after thee  in their generations. 

Genesis 17:11
Literal: And you shall be circumcised - in the flesh of your foreskins and it shall be a sign of the covenant between Me and you
KJV: And ye shall circumcise  the flesh  of your foreskin;  and it shall be a token  of the covenant 

Genesis 17:14
Literal: And the uncircumcised male child who not is circumcised - in the flesh of his foreskin and shall be cut off person that from his people My covenant he has broken -
KJV: And the uncircumcised  man child  whose  flesh  of his foreskin  is not circumcised,  that soul  shall be cut off  from his people;  he hath broken  my covenant. 

Genesis 17:15
Literal: And said God to Abraham as for Sarai your wife not you shall call - her name Sarai but Sarah [shall be] her name
KJV: And God  said  unto Abraham,  As for Sarai  thy wife,  thou shalt not call  her name  Sarai,  but  Sarah  shall her name 

Genesis 17:16
Literal: And I will bless her and also give by her you a son then I will bless her and she shall be [a mother] of nations kings of peoples from her shall come
KJV: And I will bless  her, and give  thee a son  also of her: yea, I will bless  her, and she shall be a mother of nations;  kings  of people  shall be of her.

Genesis 17:19
Literal: and said God Truly Sarah your wife shall bear you a son and you shall call - his name Isaac and I will establish My covenant with him for a covenant everlasting for his descendants after him
KJV: And God  said,  Sarah  thy wife  shall bear  thee a son  indeed;  and thou shalt call  his name  Isaac:  and I will establish  my covenant  with him for an everlasting  covenant,  and with his seed  after him. 

Genesis 17:20
Literal: And as for Ishmael I have heard you Behold I have blessed him and will make fruitful him and will multiply exceedingly greatly two [and] ten princes He shall beget and I will make him a nation great
KJV: And as for Ishmael,  I have heard thee:  Behold, I have blessed  him, and will make him fruitful,  and will multiply  him exceedingly;  twelve  princes  shall he beget,  and I will make him  a great  nation. 

Genesis 17:21
Literal: But My covenant I will establish with Isaac whom shall bear to you Sarah at time this in the year next
KJV: But my covenant  will I establish  with Isaac,  which Sarah  shall bear  unto thee at this set time  in the next  year. 

Genesis 17:23
Literal: So took Abraham - Ishmael his son and all who were born in his house and who were bought with his money every male among the men in the house of Abraham and he circumcised the flesh of their foreskins in the very day this as had said to him God
KJV: And Abraham  took  Ishmael  his son,  and all that were born  in his house,  and all that were bought  with his money,  every male  of Abraham's  house;  and circumcised  the flesh  of their foreskin  in the selfsame  day,  as God  had said 

Genesis 17:25
Literal: And Ishmael his son [was] old three and ten years when he was circumcised - in the flesh of his foreskin
KJV: And Ishmael  his son  was thirteen  years  old,  when he was circumcised  in the flesh  of his foreskin. 

Genesis 17:27
Literal: And all the men of his house born in the house or bought with money from a son a foreigner were circumcised with him -
KJV: of his house,  born  in the house,  and bought  with money  of the stranger,  were circumcised  with him.

Genesis 18:7
Literal: And to the herd ran Abraham and took a son a calf tender and good and gave [it] to a young man and he hastened to prepare it
KJV: And Abraham  ran  unto the herd,  and fetcht  a calf  tender  and good,  and gave  it unto a young man;  and he hasted  to dress 

Genesis 18:19
Literal: for I have known him in order that he may command - his children and his household after him that they keep the way of Yahweh by doing what is right and just that may bring Yahweh to Abraham - what He has spoken to him
KJV: For I know  him, that  he will command  his children  and his household  after him,  and they shall keep  the way  of the LORD,  to do  justice  and judgment;  that the LORD  may bring  upon Abraham  that which he hath spoken 

Genesis 18:28
Literal: Suppose there were less than the fifty righteous ones five would You destroy for [lack of] five - all the city so He said not I will destroy [it] if I find there forty and five
KJV: Peradventure there shall lack  five  of the fifty  righteous:  wilt thou destroy  all the city  for lack of five?  And he said,  If I find  there forty  and five,  I will not destroy 

Genesis 19:5
Literal: And they called to Lot and said to him where are the men who came to you tonight bring them out to us that we may know them
KJV: And they called  unto Lot,  and said  which came in  to thee this night?  bring them out  unto us, that we may know  them.

Genesis 19:8
Literal: Behold now I have two daughters who not have known a man let me bring out please them to you and you may do to them according to what [is] good in your eyes only to men these not do anything for upon thus they have come under the shadow of my roof
KJV: Behold now, I have two  daughters  which have not known  man;  let me, I pray you, bring them out  unto you, and do  ye to them as is good  in your eyes:  only unto these  do  nothing;  for therefore came  they under the shadow  of my roof. 

Genesis 19:10
Literal: But reached out the men - their hands and pulled Lot with them into the house and the door shut
KJV: put forth  their hand,  and pulled  Lot  into the house  to them, and shut  to the door. 

Genesis 19:11
Literal: And the men who [were] at the doorway of the house they struck with blindness from small and to great so that they wearied to find the door
KJV: And they smote  that were at the door  of the house  with blindness,  both small  and great:  so that they wearied  themselves to find  the door. 

Genesis 19:13
Literal: For will destroy we - place this because has grown great the outcry against them before the face of Yahweh and has sent us Yahweh to destroy it
KJV: For we  will destroy  this place,  because the cry of them  is waxen great  before  the face  of the LORD;  hath sent  us to destroy 

Genesis 19:14
Literal: So went out Lot and spoke to his sons-in-law who had married his daughters and said Get up get out of place this for will destroy Yahweh - the city but he seemed to be joking to his sons-in-law
KJV: And Lot  went out,  and spake  unto his sons in law,  which married  his daughters,  and said,  Up,  get you out  of this place;  for the LORD  will destroy  this city.  But he seemed as one that mocked  unto  his sons in law. 

Genesis 19:15
Literal: And when the morning dawned then urged to hurry the angels Lot saying Arise take - your wife and two daughters who are here lest you be consumed in the punishment of the city
KJV: And when  the morning  arose,  then the angels  hastened  Lot,  saying,  Arise,  take  thy wife,  and thy two  daughters,  which are here;  lest thou be consumed  in the iniquity  of the city. 

Genesis 19:17
Literal: So it came to pass when they had brought them outside that he said Escape for your life not do look behind you nor stay in all the plain to the mountains escape lest you be destroyed
KJV: And it came to pass, when they had brought them forth  abroad,  that he said,  Escape  for  thy life;  look  not behind thee,  neither stay  thou in all the plain;  escape  to the mountain,  lest thou be consumed. 

Genesis 19:19
Literal: indeed now has found your servant favor in your sight and you have increased your mercy which you have shown me by saving - my life but I not am able escape to the mountains lest overtake me some evil and I die
KJV: Behold now, thy servant  hath found  grace  in thy sight,  and thou hast magnified  thy mercy,  which thou hast shewed  unto me  in saving  my life;  and I cannot  escape  to the mountain,  lest some evil  take  me, and I die: 

Genesis 19:21
Literal: And he said to him See I have sustained you also concerning thing this in that not I will overthrow - the city about which you have spoken
KJV: And he said  unto him, See,  I have accepted  thee  concerning this thing  also, that I will not overthrow  this city,  for the which  thou hast spoken. 

Genesis 19:24
Literal: Then Yahweh rained on Sodom and Gomorrah brimstone and fire from Yahweh out of the heavens
KJV: Then the LORD  rained  upon Sodom  and upon Gomorrah  brimstone  and fire  from the LORD  out of heaven; 

Genesis 19:25
Literal: So He overthrew - cities these and all the plain and the inhabitants of the cities and what grew on the ground
KJV: And he overthrew  those  cities,  and all the plain,  and all the inhabitants  of the cities,  and that which grew  upon the ground. 

Genesis 19:27
Literal: And went early Abraham in the morning to the place where he had stood - - before Yahweh
KJV: And Abraham  gat up early  in the morning  to the place  where he stood  before  the LORD: 

Genesis 19:29
Literal: And it came to pass when destroyed God - the cities of the plain that remembered God Abraham and sent Lot out of the midst of the disaster when He overthrew the cities which had dwelt in Lot
KJV: And it came to pass, when God  destroyed  the cities  of the plain,  that God  remembered  Abraham,  and sent  Lot  out of the midst  of the overthrow,  when he overthrew  the cities  in the which  Lot  dwelt. 

Genesis 19:32
Literal: Come let us make drink - our father wine and we will lie with him that we may preserve of our father the seed
KJV: our father  drink  wine,  and we will lie  with him, that we may preserve  seed  of our father. 

Genesis 19:33
Literal: So they made drink - their father wine night that and went in the firstborn and lay with with her father and not he did know when she lay down or when she arose
KJV: their father  drink  wine  that night:  and the firstborn  went in,  and lay  with her father;  and he perceived  not when she lay down,  nor when she arose. 

Genesis 19:35
Literal: And they made drink also night that - their father wine and arose the younger and lay with him and not he did know when she lay down or when she arose
KJV: their father  drink  wine  that  night  also: and the younger  arose,  and lay  with him; and he perceived  not when she lay down,  nor when she arose. 

Genesis 20:2
Literal: And said Abraham of Sarah his wife my sister she [is] And sent Abimelech king of Gerar and took - Sarah
KJV: And Abraham  said  of  Sarah  his wife,  She is my sister:  and Abimelech  king  of Gerar  sent,  and took  Sarah. 

Genesis 20:6
Literal: And said to him God in a dream Yes I know that in the integrity of your heart you did this for withheld also you from sinning against Me upon thus not I did let you touch her
KJV: And God  said  unto him in a dream,  Yea,  I know  that thou didst  this in the integrity  of thy heart;  for I also withheld  thee from sinning  against me: therefore suffered  I thee not to touch  her.

Genesis 20:8
Literal: So rose early Abimelech in the morning and called all his servants and he told - all things these in their hearing and were afraid the men very much
KJV: Therefore Abimelech  rose early  in the morning,  and called  all his servants,  and told  all these things  in their ears:  were sore  afraid. 

Genesis 20:10
Literal: And said Abimelech to Abraham what did you see that you have done - the thing this
KJV: And Abimelech  said  unto Abraham,  What  sawest thou,  that thou hast done  this thing? 

Genesis 20:13
Literal: And it came to pass when caused to wander me God from the house of my father that I said to her this [is] your kindness that you should do for me in every place wherever we go there say of me my brother [is] he
KJV: And it came to pass, when God  caused me to wander  from my father's  house,  that I said  unto her, This is thy kindness  which thou shalt shew  unto me; at every place  whither we shall come,  say  of me, He is my brother. 

Genesis 20:14
Literal: And took Abimelech sheep and oxen and menservants and maidservants and he gave [them] to Abraham and restored to him - Sarah his wife
KJV: And Abimelech  took  sheep,  and oxen,  and menservants,  and womenservants,  and gave  them unto Abraham,  and restored  him Sarah  his wife. 

Genesis 20:17
Literal: So prayed Abraham to God and healed God - Abimelech and his wife and his maidservants and they could bear children
KJV: So Abraham  prayed  unto God:  healed  Abimelech,  and his wife,  and his maidservants;  and they bare 

Genesis 21:1
Literal: And Yahweh visited - Sarah as He had said and did Yahweh for Sarah He had spoken
KJV: And the LORD  visited  Sarah  as he had said,  and the LORD  did  unto Sarah  as he had spoken. 

Genesis 21:3
Literal: And called Abraham - the name of his son who was born to him whom bore to him Sarah Isaac
KJV: And Abraham  called  the name  of his son  that was born  unto him, whom Sarah  bare  to him, Isaac. 

Genesis 21:4
Literal: And circumcised Abraham - Isaac his son when he was old eight days as had commanded him God
KJV: And Abraham  circumcised  his son  Isaac  being eight  days  old,  as God  had commanded 

Genesis 21:5
Literal: And Abraham was old a hundred years when was born to him - Isaac his son
KJV: And Abraham  was an hundred  years  old,  Isaac  was born  unto him.

Genesis 21:8
Literal: So grew the child and was weaned and made Abraham a feast great on the same day that was weaned - Isaac
KJV: And the child  grew,  and was weaned:  and Abraham  made  a great  feast  the same day  that Isaac  was weaned. 

Genesis 21:9
Literal: And saw Sarah - the son of Hagar the Egyptian whom she had borne to Abraham scoffing
KJV: And Sarah  saw  the son  of Hagar  the Egyptian,  which she had born  unto Abraham,  mocking. 

Genesis 21:10
Literal: Therefore she said to Abraham Cast out the slave woman this and her son for not shall be heir son of the slave woman this with my son Isaac
KJV: Wherefore she said  unto Abraham,  Cast out  this bondwoman  and her son:  of this bondwoman  shall not be heir  with my son,  even with Isaac. 

Genesis 21:13
Literal: And yet - of the son of the bondwoman a nation I will make because your seed he [is]
KJV: And also of the son  of the bondwoman  will I make  a nation,  because he is thy seed. 

Genesis 21:14
Literal: So rose early Abraham in the morning and took bread and a skin of water and he gave [it] to Hagar putting [it] on her shoulder and the boy and sent her away And she departed and wandered in the wilderness of Beersheba
KJV: And Abraham  rose up early  in the morning,  and took  bread,  and a bottle  of water,  and gave  it unto Hagar,  putting  it on her shoulder,  and the child,  and sent her away:  and wandered  in the wilderness  of Beersheba. 

Genesis 21:15
Literal: And was used up the water in the skin and she placed - the boy under one of the bushes
KJV: And the water  was spent  in  the bottle,  and she cast  the child  under one  of the shrubs. 

Genesis 21:16
Literal: And she went and sat down to opposite [him] a distance the shot of a bow for she said [to herself] not let me see the death of the boy So she sat and lifted - her voice and wept
KJV: and sat her down  over against  him a good way off,  as it were a bowshot:  for she said,  Let me not see  the death  of the child.  And she sat  over against him, and lift up  her voice,  and wept. 

Genesis 21:17
Literal: And heard God - the voice of the boy and called the angel of God to Hagar out of heaven and said to her what ails you Hagar not fear for has listened God unto of the boy where he [is] there
KJV: And God  heard  the voice  of the lad;  and the angel  of God  called  to Hagar  out of heaven,  and said  unto her, What aileth thee, Hagar?  fear  not; for God  hath heard  the voice  of the lad  where he is.

Genesis 21:18
Literal: Arise lift up - the boy and hold with your hand him for a nation great I will make him
KJV: Arise,  lift up  the lad,  and hold  him in thine hand;  for I will make  him a great  nation. 

Genesis 21:19
Literal: And opened God - her eyes and she saw a well of water and she went and filled the skin with water and gave a drink the boy
KJV: And God  opened  her eyes,  and she saw  a well  of water;  and filled  the bottle  with water,  the lad  drink. 

Genesis 21:25
Literal: And reproved Abraham - Abimelech - because of a well of water that had seized the servants of Abimelech
KJV: And Abraham  reproved  Abimelech  because  of a well  of water,  which Abimelech's  servants  had violently taken away. 

Genesis 21:26
Literal: And said Abimelech not I do know who has done - the thing this and you not did tell me and I had heard [of it] until today
KJV: And Abimelech  said,  I wot  not who hath done  this thing:  neither  didst thou tell  me, neither  yet heard  I of it, but  to day. 

Genesis 21:28
Literal: And set Abraham - seven ewe lambs of the flock by themselves
KJV: And Abraham  set  seven  ewe lambs  of the flock 

Genesis 21:30
Literal: and he said for - [these] seven ewe lambs you will take from my hand that they may be unto me witness that I have dug the well this
KJV: And he said,  For these seven  ewe lambs  shalt thou take  of my hand,  that  they may be a witness  unto me, that I have digged  this well. 

Genesis 22:1
Literal: And it came to pass after things these that God tested - Abraham and said to him Abraham and he said Here I am
KJV: And it came to pass after  these things,  that God  did tempt  Abraham,  and said  unto him, Abraham:  and he said, 

Genesis 22:2
Literal: And He said take now - your son only whom you love - Isaac and go - to the land of Moriah and offer him there as a burnt offering on one of the mountains of which I will tell you
KJV: And he said,  Take now  thy son,  thine only  son Isaac,  whom thou lovest,  into the land  of Moriah;  and offer him  there for a burnt offering  upon one  of the mountains  which I will tell  thee of.

Genesis 22:3
Literal: So rose early Abraham in the morning and saddled - his donkey and took two of his young men with him and Isaac his son and he split the wood for the burnt offering and arose and went to the place of which had told him God
KJV: And Abraham  rose up early  in the morning,  and saddled  his ass,  and took  two  of his young men  with him, and Isaac  his son,  and clave  the wood  for the burnt offering,  and rose up,  unto the place  of which God  had told  him.

Genesis 22:4
Literal: On the day third then lifted up Abraham - his eyes and saw the place from a distance
KJV: Then on the third  day  Abraham  lifted up  his eyes,  and saw  the place  afar off. 

Genesis 22:6
Literal: So took Abraham - the wood of the burnt offering and laid [it] on Isaac his son and he took in his hand the fire and a knife and went the two of them together
KJV: And Abraham  took  the wood  of the burnt offering,  and laid  it upon Isaac  his son;  and he took  the fire  in his hand,  and a knife;  both  of them together. 

Genesis 22:9
Literal: And they came to the place which had told him God and built there Abraham - an altar and arranged the wood and he bound Isaac his son and laid him on the altar upon the wood
KJV: And they came  to the place  which God  had told  him of; and Abraham  built  an altar  the wood  in order,  and bound  Isaac  his son,  and laid  him on the altar  upon  the wood. 

Genesis 22:10
Literal: And stretched out Abraham - his hand and took the knife to slay his son
KJV: And Abraham  stretched forth  his hand,  and took  the knife  to slay  his son. 

Genesis 22:12
Literal: And He said not do lay your hand on the boy or do to him anything For now I know that fear God you since not you have withheld - your son only from Me
KJV: And he said,  Lay  not thine hand  upon  the lad,  neither do thou  any thing  unto him: for now  I know  that thou fearest  God,  seeing thou hast not  withheld  thy son,  thine only  son from me.

Genesis 22:13
Literal: And lifted up Abraham - his eyes and looked and behold a ram behind [him] [was] caught in a thicket by its horns So went Abraham and took the ram and offered it for a burnt offering instead of his son
KJV: And Abraham  lifted up  his eyes,  and looked,  and behold behind  him a ram  caught  in a thicket  by his horns:  and Abraham  and took  the ram,  and offered him up  for a burnt offering  in the stead  of his son. 

Genesis 22:16
Literal: and said by Myself I have sworn says Yahweh for on account of which you have done - thing this and not have withheld your son only
KJV: And said,  By myself have I sworn,  saith  the LORD,  for because  thou hast done  this thing,  and hast not  withheld  thy son,  thine only  son:

Genesis 22:17
Literal: that blessing I will bless you and multiplying I will multiply - your descendants as the stars of the heaven and as the sand which [is] on the shore [of] the sea and shall possess your descendants - the gate of their enemies
KJV: That in blessing  thee, and in multiplying  thy seed  as the stars  of the heaven,  and as the sand  which is upon the sea  shore;  and thy seed  shall possess  the gate  of his enemies; 

Genesis 22:21
Literal: - Uz his firstborn and Buz his brother Kemuel the father of Aram
KJV: Huz  his firstborn,  and Buz  his brother,  and Kemuel  the father  of Aram, 

Genesis 22:22
Literal: and Chesed Hazo Pildash Jidlaph and Bethuel
KJV: And Chesed,  and Hazo,  and Pildash,  and Jidlaph,  and Bethuel. 

Genesis 22:23
Literal: And Bethuel begat - Rebekah eight these bore Milcah to Nahor brother Abraham's
KJV: And Bethuel  begat  Rebekah:  these eight  Milcah  did bear  to Nahor,  Abraham's  brother. 

Genesis 22:24
Literal: And His concubine named Reumah then bore also she - Tebah and Gaham Tahash and Maachah -
KJV: And his concubine,  whose name  was Reumah,  she bare  also Tebah,  and Gaham,  and Thahash,  and Maachah. 

Genesis 23:5
Literal: And answered the sons of Heth - Abraham saying to him
KJV: And the children  of Heth  answered  Abraham,  saying  unto him,

Genesis 23:6
Literal: Hear us my lord a prince mighty You [are] Among us in the choicest of our burial places bury - your dead - of us his burial place none will withhold from you that you may bury your dead
KJV: Hear us,  my lord:  thou art a mighty  prince  among us:  in the choice  of our sepulchres  bury  thy dead;  none  of us shall withhold  from thee his sepulchre,  but that thou mayest bury  thy dead. 

Genesis 23:8
Literal: And he spoke with them saying if it is - your wish that I bury - my dead out of my sight hear me and meet for me with Ephron son of Zohar
KJV: And he communed  with them, saying,  If it be  your mind  that I should bury  my dead  out of my sight;  hear  me, and intreat  for me to Ephron  the son  of Zohar, 

Genesis 23:9
Literal: that he may give me - the cave of Machpelah which he has which [is] at the end of his field At the price full let him give it to me among you as property for a burial place
KJV: That he may give  me the cave  of Machpelah,  which he hath, which is in the end  of his field;  money  as it is worth  he shall give it  me for a possession  of a buryingplace  amongst you. 

Genesis 23:10
Literal: And Ephron was sitting among the sons of Heth and answered Ephron the Hittite - Abraham in the presence of the sons of Heth all who entered at the gate of his city saying
KJV: And Ephron  dwelt  among  the children  of Heth:  and Ephron  the Hittite  answered  Abraham  in the audience  of the children  of Heth,  even of all that went in  at the gate  of his city,  saying, 

Genesis 23:13
Literal: and he spoke to Ephron in the hearing of the people of the land saying But If you please hear me I will give you money for the field take [it] from me and I will bury - my dead there
KJV: And he spake  unto Ephron  in the audience  of the people  of the land,  saying,  But if thou wilt give it, I pray thee,  hear  me: I will give  thee money  for the field;  take  it of me, and I will bury  my dead 

Genesis 23:14
Literal: And answered Ephron - Abraham saying to him
KJV: And Ephron  answered  Abraham,  saying  unto him,

Genesis 23:15
Literal: My lord listen to me The land [is worth] four hundred shekels of silver between me and you what [is] that so your dead bury
KJV: My lord,  hearken  unto me: the land  is worth four  hundred  shekels  of silver;  what is that betwixt  me and thee? bury  therefore thy dead. 

Genesis 23:16
Literal: And listened Abraham to Ephron and weighed out for Ephron - the silver which he had named in the hearing of the sons of Heth four hundred shekels of silver according to the standard of the merchants
KJV: And Abraham  hearkened  unto Ephron;  and Abraham  weighed  to Ephron  the silver,  which he had named  in the audience  of the sons  of Heth,  four  hundred  shekels  of silver,  current  money with the merchant. 

Genesis 23:19
Literal: And after this buried Abraham - Sarah his wife in the cave of the field of Machpelah upon the face of Mamre that [is] Hebron in the land of Canaan
KJV: And after  this,  Abraham  buried  Sarah  his wife  in the cave  of the field  of Machpelah  before  Mamre:  the same is Hebron  in the land  of Canaan. 

Genesis 23:20
Literal: So were deeded the field and the cave that [is] in it to Abraham as property for a burial place by the sons of Heth -
KJV: And the field,  and the cave  that is therein, were made sure  unto Abraham  for a possession  of a buryingplace  by the sons  of Heth. 

Genesis 24:1
Literal: And Abraham was old [well] advanced in age and Yahweh had blessed - Abraham in all things
KJV: And Abraham  was old,  and well stricken  in age:  and the LORD  had blessed  Abraham 

Genesis 24:5
Literal: And said to him the servant Perhaps not will be willing the woman to follow me to the land this Shall I then take back - your son that you came from
KJV: And the servant  said  unto him, Peradventure the woman  will not be willing  me  unto this land:  must I needs bring  thy son  again  unto the land  from whence thou camest? 

Genesis 24:6
Literal: but said to him Abraham Beware - that you do not take - my son back there
KJV: And Abraham  said  unto him, Beware  not  my son  thither again. 

Genesis 24:7
Literal: Yahweh God of heaven who took me from the house of my father and from the land of my family and who spoke to me and swore to me saying to your descendants I give - land this He will send His angel before you and you shall take a wife for my son from there
KJV: The LORD  God  of heaven,  which took me  from my father's  house,  and from the land  of my kindred,  and which spake  unto me, and that sware  unto me, saying,  Unto thy seed  will I give  this land;  he shall send  his angel  before thee,  and thou shalt take  a wife  unto my son  from thence.

Genesis 24:8
Literal: And if not is willing the woman to follow you then you will be released from oath this Only - my son do take back there
KJV: And if the woman  will not be willing  thee,  then thou shalt be clear  from this my oath:  not my son  thither again. 

Genesis 24:9
Literal: So put the servant - his hand under the thigh of Abraham his master and swore to him concerning the matter this
KJV: And the servant  put  his hand  under the thigh  of Abraham  his master,  and sware  to him concerning  that  matter. 

Genesis 24:14
Literal: And let it come to pass that the girl whom I say to let down please your pitcher that I may drink and she says Drink and also your camels I will water [let] her [be the one] You have appointed for Your servant Isaac and by this I will know that You have shown kindness to my master
KJV: And let it come to pass, that the damsel  to whom I shall say,  Let down  thy pitcher,  I pray thee, that I may drink;  and she shall say,  Drink,  thy camels  drink  also: let the same be she that thou hast appointed  for thy servant  Isaac;  and thereby shall I know  that thou hast shewed  kindness  unto my master. 

Genesis 24:30
Literal: So it came to pass when he saw - the ring and the bracelets on the hands on his sister and when he heard the words of Rebekah his sister saying thus spoke to me the man that he went to the man and there he stood by the camels at the well
KJV: And it came to pass, when he saw  the earring  and bracelets  upon his sister's  hands,  and when he heard  the words  of Rebekah  his sister,  saying,  Thus  spake  the man  unto me; that he came  unto the man;  and, behold, he stood  by  the camels  at the well. 

Genesis 24:35
Literal: Yahweh has blessed - my master greatly and he has become great And He has given him flocks and herds and silver and gold and menservants and maidservants and camels and donkeys
KJV: And the LORD  hath blessed  my master  greatly;  and he is become great:  and he hath given  him flocks,  and herds,  and silver,  and gold,  and menservants,  and maidservants,  and camels,  and asses. 

Genesis 24:36
Literal: And bore Sarah wife of my master a son to my master when she was old and he has given to him - all that he has
KJV: And Sarah  my master's  wife  bare  a son  to my master  when  she was old:  and unto him hath he given  all that he hath.

Genesis 24:47
Literal: And I asked her and said the daughter of whom [are] you and she said of Bethuel son of Nahor whom bore to him Milcah So I put the ring on her nose and the bracelets her wrists
KJV: And I asked  her, and said,  Whose daughter  art thou? And she said,  The daughter  of Bethuel,  Nahor's  son,  whom Milcah  bare  unto him: and I put  the earring  upon her face,  and the bracelets  upon her hands. 

Genesis 24:48
Literal: And I bowed my head and worshiped Yahweh and blessed - Yahweh God of my master Abraham who had led me in the way of truth to take the daughter of brother for his son
KJV: And I bowed down my head,  and worshipped  the LORD,  and blessed  the LORD  God  of my master  Abraham,  which had led me  in the right  way  to take  my master's  brother's  daughter  unto his son. 

Genesis 24:52
Literal: And it came to pass when heard servant Abraham's - their words that he bowed down to the ground Yahweh
KJV: And it came to pass, that, when Abraham's  servant  heard  their words,  he worshipped  the LORD,  bowing himself to the earth. 

Genesis 24:56
Literal: And he said to them not do hinder me since Yahweh has prospered my way send me away so that I may go to my master
KJV: And he said  unto them, Hinder me  not, seeing the LORD  hath prospered  my way;  send me away  to my master. 

Genesis 24:57
Literal: So they said we will call the girl and inquire at her mouth
KJV: And they said,  We will call  the damsel,  and enquire  at her mouth. 

Genesis 24:59
Literal: So they sent away - Rebekah their sister and her nurse servant Abraham's his men
KJV: And they sent away  Rebekah  their sister,  and her nurse,  and Abraham's  servant, 

Genesis 24:60
Literal: And they blessed - Rebekah and said to her Our sister you may become [the mother] of thousands of myriads and may possess your descendants - the gates of those who hate them
KJV: And they blessed  Rebekah,  and said  unto her, Thou  art our sister,  be thou  the mother of thousands  of millions,  and let thy seed  possess  the gate  of those which hate  them.

Genesis 24:61
Literal: And arose Rebekah and her servant girls and they rode on the camels and followed the man So took the servant - Rebekah and departed
KJV: And Rebekah  arose,  and her damsels,  and they rode  upon the camels,  the man:  and the servant  took  Rebekah, 

Genesis 24:64
Literal: And lifted up Rebekah - her eyes and when she saw Isaac she got down from her camel
KJV: And Rebekah  lifted up  her eyes,  and when she saw  Isaac,  she lighted  off  the camel. 

Genesis 24:66
Literal: And told the servant Isaac - all the things that he had done
KJV: And the servant  told  Isaac  all things  that he had done. 

Genesis 24:67
Literal: And brought her into Isaac the tent of Sarah his mother and he took - Rebekah and she became his wife and he loved her so was comforted Isaac after his mother's [death] -
KJV: And Isaac  brought her  into his mother  Sarah's  tent,  and took  Rebekah,  and she became his wife;  and he loved  her: and Isaac  was comforted  after  his mother's  death.

Genesis 25:2
Literal: And she bore to him Zimran and Jokshan Medan Midian Ishbak Shuah
KJV: And she bare  him Zimran,  and Jokshan,  and Medan,  and Midian,  and Ishbak,  and Shuah. 

Genesis 25:3
Literal: And Jokshan begat - Sheba and Dedan And the sons of Dedan were Asshurites and Letushites and Leummim
KJV: And Jokshan  begat  Sheba,  and Dedan.  And the sons  of Dedan  were Asshurim,  and Letushim,  and Leummim. 

Genesis 25:5
Literal: And gave Abraham - all that he had to Isaac
KJV: And Abraham  gave  all that he had unto Isaac. 

Genesis 25:9
Literal: And buried him Isaac and Ishmael his sons in the cave of Machpelah the field of Ephron son of Zohar the Hittite which [is] upon the face of Mamre
KJV: And his sons  Isaac  and Ishmael  buried  him in the cave  of Machpelah,  in the field  of Ephron  the son  of Zohar  the Hittite,  which is before  Mamre; 

Genesis 25:10
Literal: the field which purchased Abraham from the sons of Heth There was buried and Sarah his wife
KJV: The field  which Abraham  purchased  of the sons  of Heth:  there was Abraham  buried,  and Sarah  his wife. 

Genesis 25:11
Literal: And it came to pass after the death of Abraham that blessed God - Isaac his son and dwelt Isaac near - - Beer Lahai Roi -
KJV: And it came to pass after  the death  of Abraham,  that God  blessed  his son  Isaac;  dwelt  by  the well Lahairoi. 

Genesis 25:19
Literal: And these [are] the generations of Isaac son of Abraham Abraham begat - Isaac
KJV: And these are the generations  of Isaac,  Abraham's  son:  Abraham  begat  Isaac: 

Genesis 25:20
Literal: And was Isaac old forty years when he took - Rebekah the daughter of Bethuel the Syrian from of Padan Aram the sister of Laban the Syrian to him as wife
KJV: And Isaac  was forty  years  old  when he took  Rebekah  to wife,  the daughter  of Bethuel  the Syrian  of Padanaram,  the sister  to Laban  the Syrian. 

Genesis 25:22
Literal: But struggled together the sons within her and she said If so why thus to me so she went to inquire of Yahweh
KJV: And the children  struggled together  within her;  and she said,  If it be so, why am I thus?  to enquire  of the LORD. 

Genesis 25:26
Literal: And afterward came out his brother and his hand took hold on the heel of Esau so was called his name Jacob and Isaac [was] old sixty years when she bore them
KJV: And after  his brother  out,  and his hand  took hold  on Esau's  heel;  and his name  was called  Jacob:  and Isaac  was threescore  years  old  when she bare 

Genesis 25:28
Literal: And loved Isaac - Esau because [of the] game he ate but Rebekah loved - Jacob
KJV: And Isaac  loved  Esau,  because he did eat  of his venison:  but Rebekah  loved  Jacob. 

Genesis 25:31
Literal: But said Jacob Sell as of this day - your birthright to me
KJV: And Jacob  said,  Sell  me this day  thy birthright. 

Genesis 25:33
Literal: and said Jacob Swear to me as of this day So he swore to him and sold - his birthright to Jacob
KJV: And Jacob  said,  Swear  to me this day;  and he sware  unto him: and he sold  his birthright  unto Jacob. 

Genesis 25:34
Literal: And Jacob gave Esau bread and stew of lentils then he ate and drank and arose and went his way thus despised Esau - [his] birthright -
KJV: Then Jacob  gave  Esau  bread  and pottage  of lentiles;  and he did eat  and drink,  and rose up,  thus Esau  despised  his birthright. 

Genesis 26:3
Literal: Dwell in land this and I will be with you and bless you For to you and your descendants I give - all lands these and I will confirm the oath that I swore to Abraham your father
KJV: Sojourn  in this land,  and I will be with thee, and will bless  thee; for unto thee, and unto thy seed,  I will give  all these  countries,  and I will perform  the oath  which I sware  unto Abraham  thy father; 

Genesis 26:4
Literal: And I will make multiply - your descendants as the stars in the sky and I will give to your descendants - all lands these and shall be blessed in your seed all the nations of the earth
KJV: thy seed  to multiply  as the stars  of heaven,  and will give  unto thy seed  all these  countries;  and in thy seed  shall all the nations  of the earth  be blessed; 

Genesis 26:8
Literal: And it came to pass when had been he there a long time that looked Abimelech king of the Philistines through a window and saw and there was Isaac sporting - with Rebekah his wife
KJV: And it came to pass, when he had been there a long  time,  that Abimelech  king  of the Philistines  looked out  at  a window,  and saw,  and, behold, Isaac  was sporting  with Rebekah  his wife. 

Genesis 26:11
Literal: So warned Abimelech - all [his] people saying He who touches man this or his wife surely shall be put to death
KJV: And Abimelech  charged  all his people,  saying,  He that toucheth  this man  or his wife  shall surely 

Genesis 26:14
Literal: For he had - possessions of flocks and possessions of herds and of servants many so envied him the Philistines
KJV: For he had possession  of flocks,  and possession  of herds,  and great store  of servants:  and the Philistines  envied  him.

Genesis 26:18
Literal: And again Isaac and dug - the wells of water which they had dug in the days of Abraham his father For had stopped them up the Philistines after the death of Abraham and He called unto them the names by the names which had called them his father
KJV: And Isaac  digged  again  the wells  of water,  which they had digged  in the days  of Abraham  his father;  for the Philistines  had stopped  them after  the death  of Abraham:  and he called  their names  by which  his father  had called  them.

Genesis 26:24
Literal: And appeared to him Yahweh night that and said I [am] the God of Abraham your father not do fear for with you I [am] and I will bless you and multiply - your descendants for the sake my servant
KJV: And the LORD  appeared  unto him the same night,  and said,  I am the God  of Abraham  thy father:  fear  not, for I am with  thee, and will bless  thee, and multiply  thy seed  for my servant  Abraham's 

Genesis 26:27
Literal: And said to them Isaac why have you come to me since you hate me and have sent me away from you
KJV: And Isaac  said  unto them, Wherefore  come  ye to me, seeing ye hate  me, and have sent me away 

Genesis 26:31
Literal: And they arose early in the morning and swore an oath one with another and sent them away Isaac and they departed from him in peace
KJV: And they rose up betimes  in the morning,  and sware  one  to another:  and Isaac  sent them away,  from him in peace. 

Genesis 26:33
Literal: So he called it Shebah upon thus the name of the city [is] - Beersheba to day this -
KJV: And he called  it Shebah:  therefore the name  of the city  is Beersheba  unto this day. 

Genesis 26:34
Literal: And when was Esau old forty years then he took as wives - Judith the daughter of Beeri the Hittite and Basemath of Elon the Hittite
KJV: And Esau  was forty  years  old  when he took  to wife  Judith  the daughter  of Beeri  the Hittite,  and Bashemath  the daughter  of Elon  the Hittite: 

Genesis 27:1
Literal: And it came to pass when was old Isaac and were dim his eyes so that he could not see that he called - Esau his son older and said to him My son And he answered him Here I am
KJV: And it came to pass,  that when Isaac  was old,  and his eyes  were dim,  so that he could not see,  he called  Esau  his eldest  son,  and said  unto him, My son:  and he said 

Genesis 27:6
Literal: So Rebekah spoke to Jacob her son saying indeed I heard - your father speak Esau your brother saying
KJV: And Rebekah  spake  unto Jacob  her son,  saying,  Behold, I heard  thy father  speak  unto Esau  thy brother,  saying, 

Genesis 27:8
Literal: Now therefore my son obey my voice according to what I command you
KJV: Now therefore, my son,  obey  my voice  according to that which  I command 

Genesis 27:9
Literal: Go now to the flock and bring me from there two kids of the goats choice and I will make from them savory food for your father such as he loves
KJV: now to the flock,  and fetch  me from thence two  good  kids  of the goats;  and I will make  them savoury meat  for thy father,  such as he loveth: 

Genesis 27:15
Literal: And took Rebekah - the clothes of Esau her son elder the finest that [were] with her in the house and put them on - Jacob younger
KJV: And Rebekah  took  goodly  raiment  of her eldest  son  Esau,  which were with her in the house,  and put them upon  Jacob  her younger  son: 

Genesis 27:16
Literal: And the skins of the kids of the goats she put on his hands and on the smooth part of his neck
KJV: And she put  the skins  of the kids  of the goats  upon his hands,  and upon the smooth  of his neck: 

Genesis 27:17
Literal: And she gave - the savory food and the bread which she had prepared into the hand of Jacob her son
KJV: And she gave  the savoury meat  and the bread,  which she had prepared,  into the hand  of her son  Jacob. 

Genesis 27:27
Literal: And he came near and kissed him and he smelled - the smell of his clothing and blessed him and said surely of my son [Is] like the smell of a field which has blessed Yahweh
KJV: And he came near,  and kissed  him: and he smelled  the smell  of his raiment,  and blessed  him, and said,  See,  the smell  of my son  is as the smell  of a field  which the LORD  hath blessed: 

Genesis 27:30
Literal: And it came to pass as soon as had finished Isaac blessing - Jacob and had - scarcely gone out Jacob from the presence of Isaac his father that Esau his brother came in from his hunting
KJV: And it came to pass, as soon as Isaac  had made an end  of blessing  Jacob,  was yet  scarce  from the presence  of Isaac  his father,  that Esau  his brother  came in  from his hunting. 

Genesis 27:34
Literal: When heard Esau - the words of his father and he cried a cry great and bitter and exceeding and said to his father Bless me also me my father
KJV: And when Esau  heard  the words  of his father,  he cried  with a great  and exceeding  bitter  cry,  and said  unto his father,  Bless  me, even me also, O my father. 

Genesis 27:36
Literal: And [Esau] said is not he rightly called the name Jacob for he has supplanted me these two times - my birthright He took away and behold now he has taken away my blessing And he said not have you reserved for me a blessing
KJV: And he said,  Is not he rightly  named  Jacob?  for he hath supplanted me  these  two times:  he took away  my birthright;  and, behold, now he hath taken away  my blessing.  And he said,  Hast thou not reserved  a blessing  for me?

Genesis 27:37
Literal: And answered Isaac and said to Esau indeed master I have made him unto you and all his brothers I have given to him as servants and with grain and wine I have sustained him And for you now what shall I do my son
KJV: And Isaac  answered  and said  unto Esau,  Behold, I have made  him thy lord,  and all his brethren  have I given  to him for servants;  and with corn  and wine  have I sustained  him: and what shall I do  now  unto thee, my son? 

Genesis 27:40
Literal: And by your sword you shall live and your brother you shall serve and it shall come to pass when you become restless that you shall break his yoke from your neck
KJV: And by thy sword  shalt thou live,  and shalt serve  thy brother;  and it shall come to pass when thou shalt have the dominion,  that thou shalt break  his yoke  from off thy neck. 

Genesis 27:41
Literal: So hated Esau - Jacob because of the blessing with which blessed him his father And said Esau in his heart are at hand the days of mourning for my father then I will kill - Jacob my brother
KJV: And Esau  hated  Jacob  because  of the blessing  wherewith  his father  blessed him:  and Esau  said  in his heart,  The days  of mourning  for my father  are at hand;  then will I slay  my brother  Jacob. 

Genesis 27:42
Literal: And were told to Rebekah - the words of Esau her son older so she sent and called Jacob younger and said to him surely Esau your brother comforts himself concerning you to kill you
KJV: And these words  of Esau  her elder  son  were told  to Rebekah:  and she sent  and called  Jacob  her younger  son,  and said  unto him, Behold, thy brother  Esau,  as touching thee, doth comfort  himself, purposing to kill  thee.

Genesis 27:45
Literal: Until turns away anger your brother's from you and he forgets - what you have done to him then I will send and bring you from there Why should I be bereaved also of you both day [in] one
KJV: Until thy brother's  anger  turn away  from thee, and he forget  that which thou hast done  to him: then I will send,  and fetch  thee from thence: why  should I be deprived  also of you both  in one  day? 

Genesis 28:1
Literal: and called Isaac to Jacob and blessed him and charged him and said to him not You shall take a wife from the daughters of Canaan
KJV: And Isaac  called  Jacob,  and blessed  him, and charged  him, and said  unto him, Thou shalt not take  a wife  of the daughters  of Canaan. 

Genesis 28:3
Literal: And May God Almighty bless you and make you fruitful and multiply you that you may be an assembly of peoples
KJV: And God  Almighty  bless  thee, and make thee fruitful,  and multiply  thee, that thou mayest be a multitude  of people; 

Genesis 28:4
Literal: And may He give you - the blessing of Abraham to you and your descendants with you that you may inherit the land of your sojournings which gave God to Abraham
KJV: And give  thee the blessing  of Abraham,  to thee, and to thy seed  with thee; that thou mayest inherit  the land  wherein thou art a stranger,  which God  gave  unto Abraham. 

Genesis 28:5
Literal: So sent away Isaac - Jacob and he went - to Padan Aram to Laban son of Bethuel the Syrian the brother of Rebekah the mother of Jacob and Esau
KJV: And Isaac  sent away  Jacob:  to Padanaram  unto Laban,  son  of Bethuel  the Syrian,  the brother  of Rebekah,  Jacob's  and Esau's  mother. 

Genesis 28:6
Literal: And saw Esau that had blessed Isaac - Jacob and sent away him - to Padan Aram to take himself from there a wife that as he blessed him and he gave a charge him saying not You shall take a wife from the daughters of Canaan
KJV: When Esau  saw  that Isaac  had blessed  Jacob,  and sent him away  to Padanaram,  to take  him a wife  from thence; and that as he blessed  him he gave him a charge,  saying,  Thou shalt not take  a wife  of the daughters  of Canaan; 

Genesis 28:9
Literal: so went Esau to Ishmael and took - Mahalath the daughter of Ishmael son of Abraham the sister of Nebajoth in addition to the wives [already] unto him be his wife -
KJV: Esau  unto Ishmael,  and took  unto the wives  which he had Mahalath  the daughter  of Ishmael  Abraham's  son,  the sister  of Nebajoth,  to be his wife. 

Genesis 28:15
Literal: And behold I [am] with you and will keep you in all wherever you go and I will bring you back to land this for not I will leave you until that - I have done - what I have spoken to you
KJV: And, behold, I am with thee, and will keep  thee in all places whither  and will bring thee again  into this land;  for I will not leave  thee, until  I have done  that which I have spoken  to thee of.

Genesis 28:18
Literal: And rose early Jacob in the morning and took - the stone that he had put under his head and set up it as a pillar and poured oil on top of it
KJV: And Jacob  rose up early  in the morning,  and took  the stone  that he had put  for his pillows,  and set it up  for a pillar,  and poured  oil  upon the top of it. 

Genesis 28:19
Literal: And he called - the name of place that - Bethel but Luz the name of the city had been previously
KJV: And he called  the name  of that place  Bethel:  but  the name  of that city  was called Luz  at the first. 

Genesis 29:3
Literal: And would be gathered there all the flocks and they would roll - the stone from mouth of the well and water the sheep and put back the stone on of the well in its place
KJV: And thither were all the flocks  gathered:  and they rolled  the stone  from the well's  mouth,  and watered  the sheep,  the stone  again  upon the well's  mouth  in his place. 

Genesis 29:5
Literal: And he said to them do you know - Laban the son of Nahor and they said we know him
KJV: And he said  unto them, Know  ye Laban  the son  of Nahor?  And they said,  We know  him.

Genesis 29:8
Literal: But they said cannot we until that are gathered together all the flocks and they have rolled - the stone from mouth of the well then we will water the sheep
KJV: And they said,  We cannot,  until all the flocks  be gathered together,  and till they roll  the stone  from the well's  mouth;  then we water  the sheep. 

Genesis 29:10
Literal: And it came to pass when saw Jacob - Rachel the daughter of Laban brother of his mother and the sheep of Laban of his mother that went near Jacob and rolled the stone from mouth of the well and watered the flock of his mother
KJV: And it came to pass, when Jacob  saw  Rachel  the daughter  of Laban  his mother's  brother,  and the sheep  of Laban  his mother's  brother,  that Jacob  went near,  and rolled  the stone  from the well's  mouth,  and watered  the flock  of Laban  his mother's  brother. 

Genesis 29:11
Literal: And kissed Jacob Rachel and lifted up - his voice and wept
KJV: And Jacob  kissed  Rachel,  and lifted up  his voice,  and wept. 

Genesis 29:13
Literal: And it came to pass when heard Laban - the report about Jacob son of his sister that he ran to meet him and embraced him and kissed him and brought him to his house So he told Laban - all things these
KJV: And it came to pass, when Laban  heard  the tidings  of Jacob  his sister's  son,  that he ran  to meet  him, and embraced  him, and kissed  him, and brought  him to his house.  And he told  Laban  all these things. 

Genesis 29:18
Literal: And loved Jacob - Rachel so he said I will serve you seven years for Rachel your daughter younger
KJV: And Jacob  loved  Rachel;  and said,  I will serve  thee seven  years  for Rachel  thy younger  daughter. 

Genesis 29:19
Literal: And said Laban [it is] better that I give her to you than that I should give to man another Stay with me
KJV: And Laban  said,  It is better  that I give  her to another  abide  with me.

Genesis 29:20
Literal: So served Jacob for Rachel seven years and they seemed to him days a few because of his love for her
KJV: And Jacob  served  seven  years  for Rachel;  and they seemed  unto him but a few  days, 

Genesis 29:21
Literal: And said Jacob to Laban Give [me] - my wife for are fulfilled my days that I may go in to her
KJV: And Jacob  said  unto Laban,  Give  me my wife,  for my days  are fulfilled,  that I may go in 

Genesis 29:22
Literal: And gathered together Laban - all the men of the place and made a feast
KJV: And Laban  gathered together  all the men  of the place,  and made  a feast. 

Genesis 29:23
Literal: And it came to pass in the evening that he took - Leah his daughter and brought her to Jacob and he went in to her
KJV: And it came to pass in the evening,  that he took  Leah  his daughter,  and brought 

Genesis 29:24
Literal: And gave Laban - - Zilpah his maidservant to Leah his daughter [as] a maidservant
KJV: And Laban  gave  unto his daughter  Leah  Zilpah  his maid 

Genesis 29:27
Literal: Fulfill week this and we will give you also - this [one] for the service which you will serve with me still seven years another
KJV: Fulfil  her  week,  and we will give  thee this also for the service  which thou shalt serve  with me yet seven  other  years. 

Genesis 29:28
Literal: And did Jacob so and fulfilled the week this so he gave also him - Rachel his daughter as wife
KJV: And Jacob  did  so, and fulfilled  her week:  and he gave  him Rachel  his daughter  to wife  also.

Genesis 29:29
Literal: And gave Laban to Rachel his daughter - Bilhah his maidservant to her as a maidservant
KJV: And Laban