Parallel Verses

The Emphasized Bible

Going unto the south, and circling unto the north, - circling, circling continually, is, the wind, and, over its own circuits, returneth the wind.

New American Standard Bible

Blowing toward the south,
Then turning toward the north,
The wind continues swirling along;
And on its circular courses the wind returns.

King James Version

The wind goeth toward the south, and turneth about unto the north; it whirleth about continually, and the wind returneth again according to his circuits.

Holman Bible

Gusting to the south,
turning to the north,
turning, turning, goes the wind,
and the wind returns in its cycles.

International Standard Version

The wind blows southward, then northward, constantly circulating, and the wind comes back again in its courses.

A Conservative Version

The wind goes toward the south, and turns around to the north. It turns around continually in its course, and the wind returns again to its circuits.

American Standard Version

The wind goeth toward the south, and turneth about unto the north; it turneth about continually in its course, and the wind returneth again to its circuits.

Amplified


The wind blows toward the south,
Then circles toward the north;
The wind circles and swirls endlessly,
And on its circular course the wind returns.

Bible in Basic English

The wind goes to the south, turning back again to the north; circling round for ever.

Darby Translation

The wind goeth towards the south, and turneth about towards the north: it turneth about continually, and the wind returneth again to its circuits.

Julia Smith Translation

Going to the south and turning round about to the north, it turned round about; the wind turned round about, going, and the wind turned back upon its circuits.

King James 2000

The wind goes toward the south, and turns about unto the north; it whirls about continually, and the wind returns again according to its circuit.

Lexham Expanded Bible

The wind goes to the south and goes around to the north; around and around it goes, and on its circuit the wind returns.

Modern King James verseion

The wind goes toward the south, and it turns around to the north; it whirls around continually; and the wind returns on its circuits.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

The wind goeth toward the South and turneth unto the North, fetcheth his compass, whirleth about, and goeth forth and returneth again to his circuits from whence he did come.

NET Bible

The wind goes to the south and circles around to the north; round and round the wind goes and on its rounds it returns.

New Heart English Bible

The wind goes toward the south, and turns around to the north. It turns around continually as it goes, and the wind returns again to its courses.

Webster

The wind goeth towards the south, and turneth about to the north; it whirleth about continually, and the wind returneth again according to its circuits.

World English Bible

The wind goes toward the south, and turns around to the north. It turns around continually as it goes, and the wind returns again to its courses.

Youngs Literal Translation

Going unto the south, and turning round unto the north, turning round, turning round, the wind is going, and by its circuits the wind hath returned.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
רוּח 
Ruwach 
Usage: 378

הלך 
Halak 
go, walk, come, ...away, ...along,
Usage: 1545

דּרום 
Darowm 
Usage: 17

סבב 
Cabab 
Usage: 157

unto the north
צפן צפון 
Tsaphown 
Usage: 153

הלך 
Halak 
go, walk, come, ...away, ...along,
Usage: 1545

and the wind
רוּח 
Ruwach 
Usage: 378

שׁוּב 
Shuwb 
Usage: 1058

References

Verse Info

Context Readings

All Toil Is Profitless And Repetitious

5 And the sun, breaketh forth, and the sun, goeth in, - yea, unto his own place, he panteth, from whence he brake forth. 6 Going unto the south, and circling unto the north, - circling, circling continually, is, the wind, and, over its own circuits, returneth the wind. 7 All the streams, flow into the sea, yet, the sea, is not full, - unto the place whither the streams flow, thither, do they again flow.



Cross References

John 3:8

The spirit, where it pleaseth, doth breathe, and, the sound thereof, thou hearest; but knowest not, whence it cometh and whither it goeth: Thus, is every one who hath been born of the spirit.

Job 37:9

Out of a chamber cometh a storm-wind, and, out of the north, cold.

Job 37:17

That thy garments should be hot when he quieteth the earth from the south?

Psalm 107:25

And he speaketh, and there ariseth a tempestuous wind, which lifteth on high its rolling waves;

Psalm 107:29

He calmeth the storm to a whisper, and silent are their rolling waves:

Ecclesiastes 11:5

Just as thou knowest not what is the way of the spirit, when the body is in the womb of her that is with child, even, so, canst thou not know the work of God, who maketh all.

Jonah 1:4

But, Yahweh, hurled a great wind against the sea, - and, there arose a mighty tempest in the sea, - and, the ship, thought to be broken in pieces,

Matthew 7:24

Every one, therefore, who heareth thesemy words, and doeth them, shall be likened to a prudent man, who built his house upon the rock;

Matthew 7:27

And the rain descended, and the streams came, and the winds blew, and dashed against that house, and it fell; and, the fall thereof, was, great.

Acts 27:13-15

And, a south wind blowing softly, supposing they had secured their purpose, weighing anchor, they began to sail close in shore along Crete.

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