Parallel Verses

New American Standard Bible

You will no longer see a fierce people, A people of unintelligible speech which no one comprehends, Of a stammering tongue which no one understands.

King James Version

Thou shalt not see a fierce people, a people of a deeper speech than thou canst perceive; of a stammering tongue, that thou canst not understand.

Holman Bible

You will no longer see the barbarians, a people whose speech is difficult to comprehend- who stammer in a language that is not understood.

International Standard Version

No longer will you see those arrogant people, those people with their obscure speech you cannot comprehend, stammering in a language you cannot understand.

A Conservative Version

Thou shall not see the fierce people, a people of a deep speech that thou cannot comprehend, of a strange tongue that thou cannot understand.

American Standard Version

Thou shalt not see the fierce people, a people of a deep speech that thou canst not comprehend, of a strange tongue that thou canst not understand.

Amplified

You will see no more the fierce and insolent people, a people of a speech too deep and obscure to be comprehended, of a strange and stammering tongue that you cannot understand.

Bible in Basic English

Never again will you see the cruel people, a people whose tongue has no sense for you; whose language is strange to you.

Darby Translation

Thou shalt no more see the fierce people, a people of a deeper speech than thou canst comprehend, of a stammering tongue that cannot be understood.

Jubilee 2000 Bible

Thou shalt not see that fierce people, a people of a darker speech than thou can perceive; of a stammering tongue, that thou can not understand.

Julia Smith Translation

Thou shalt not see a firm people, a people of a deep lip above,hearing; of a stammering tongue, of no understanding.

King James 2000

You shall not see a fierce people, a people of a more obscure speech than you can perceive; of a stammering tongue, that you can not understand.

Lexham Expanded Bible

You will not see [the] insolent people, [the] people {whose language is too obscure to understand}, [whose] stammering of tongue {cannot be understood}.

Modern King James verseion

You shall not see a fierce people, a people of a deeper speech than you can understand; of a foreign tongue that no one understands.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

There shalt thou not see a people of a strange tongue to have so diffused a language, that it may not be understood: neither so strange a speech but it shall be perceived.

NET Bible

You will no longer see a defiant people whose language you do not comprehend, whose derisive speech you do not understand.

New Heart English Bible

You will no longer see the fierce people, a people of a deep speech that you can't comprehend, with a strange language that you can't understand.

The Emphasized Bible

The fierce people, shalt thou not see, - The people of too deep a lip to be understood, of too barbarous a tongue for thee to comprehend.

Webster

Thou shalt not see a fierce people, a people of deeper speech than thou canst perceive; of a stammering tongue, that thou canst not understand.

World English Bible

You will no longer see the fierce people, a people of a deep speech that you can't comprehend, with a strange language that you can't understand.

Youngs Literal Translation

The strong people thou seest not, A people deeper of lip than to be understood, Of a scorned tongue, there is no understanding.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
ראה 
Ra'ah 
Usage: 1308

יעז 
Ya`az 
Usage: 1

עם 
`am 
Usage: 1867

עם 
`am 
Usage: 1867

of a deeper
עמק 
`ameq 
Usage: 3

שׂפת שׂפה 
Saphah 
Usage: 176

לעג 
La`ag 
Usage: 18

לשׁנה לשׁן לשׁון 
Lashown 
Usage: 116

Context Readings

The Glorious Future

18 Your heart will meditate on terror: "Where is he who counts? Where is he who weighs? Where is he who counts the towers?" 19 You will no longer see a fierce people, A people of unintelligible speech which no one comprehends, Of a stammering tongue which no one understands. 20 Look upon Zion, the city of our appointed feasts; Your eyes will see Jerusalem, an undisturbed habitation, A tent which will not be folded; Its stakes will never be pulled up, Nor any of its cords be torn apart.



Cross References

Isaiah 28:11

Indeed, He will speak to this people Through stammering lips and a foreign tongue,

Deuteronomy 28:49-50

"The LORD will bring a nation against you from afar, from the end of the earth, as the eagle swoops down, a nation whose language you shall not understand,

Jeremiah 5:15

"Behold, I am bringing a nation against you from afar, O house of Israel," declares the LORD "It is an enduring nation, It is an ancient nation, A nation whose language you do not know, Nor can you understand what they say.

2 Kings 19:32

'Therefore thus says the LORD concerning the king of Assyria, "He will not come to this city or shoot an arrow there; and he will not come before it with a shield or throw up a siege ramp against it.

Ezekiel 3:5-6

"For you are not being sent to a people of unintelligible speech or difficult language, but to the house of Israel,

Exodus 14:13

But Moses said to the people, "Do not fear! Stand by and see the salvation of the LORD which He will accomplish for you today; for the Egyptians whom you have seen today, you will never see them again forever.

1 Corinthians 14:21

In the Law it is written, "BY MEN OF STRANGE TONGUES AND BY THE LIPS OF STRANGERS I WILL SPEAK TO THIS PEOPLE, AND EVEN SO THEY WILL NOT LISTEN TO ME," says the Lord.



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