Parallel Verses

International Standard Version

They press oil between the olive groves owned by the wicked; they suffer from thirst, even while treading the winepress.

New American Standard Bible

"Within the walls they produce oil; They tread wine presses but thirst.

King James Version

Which make oil within their walls, and tread their winepresses, and suffer thirst.

Holman Bible

They crush olives in their presses;
they tread the winepresses, but go thirsty.

A Conservative Version

They make oil within the walls of these men. They tread [their] winepresses, and suffer thirst.

American Standard Version

They make oil within the walls of these men; They tread their winepresses, and suffer thirst.

Amplified

Among the olive rows [of the wicked, the poor] make oil; they tread [the fresh juice of the grape from] the presses, but suffer thirst.

Bible in Basic English

Between the lines of olive-trees they make oil; though they have no drink, they are crushing out the grapes.

Darby Translation

They press out oil within their walls, they tread their winepresses, and suffer thirst.

Jubilee 2000 Bible

They press oil within their walls and tread their winepresses and suffer thirst.

Julia Smith Translation

Between their walls they will press out oil; they trod their wine-presses, and they will thirst

King James 2000

Who make oil within their walls, and tread their winepresses, yet suffer thirst.

Lexham Expanded Bible

Between their terraces they press out oil; they tread [the] presses, but they are thirsty.

Modern King James verseion

They press out oil between their walls; they tread their winepresses, and still suffer thirst.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

The poor are fain to labour in their oil mills, yea and to tread in their wine presses, and yet to suffer thirst.

NET Bible

They press out the olive oil between the rows of olive trees; they tread the winepresses while they are thirsty.

New Heart English Bible

They make oil within the walls of these men. They tread wine presses, and suffer thirst.

The Emphasized Bible

Between their walls, are they exposed to the sun, Wine-presses, they tread, and yet are thirsty;

Webster

Who make oil within their walls, and tread their wine-presses, and suffer thirst.

World English Bible

They make oil within the walls of these men. They tread wine presses, and suffer thirst.

Youngs Literal Translation

Between their walls they make oil, Wine-presses they have trodden, and thirst.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
צהר 
Tsahar 
Usage: 1

בּין 
Beyn 
Usage: 284

שׁוּר 
Shuwr 
Usage: 5

and tread
דּרך 
Darak 
Usage: 63

יקב 
Yeqeb 
Usage: 16

References

Easton

Fausets

Morish

Smith

Context Readings

Job's Eighth Speech, Continued

10 They wander around naked, without clothes; hungry, though they carry sheaves of grain. 11 They press oil between the olive groves owned by the wicked; they suffer from thirst, even while treading the winepress. 12 From the city, dying men groan aloud, and the wounded cries out for help, but God charges no one with wrong.


Cross References

Deuteronomy 25:4

"Don't muzzle an ox while it is threshing grain."

Jeremiah 22:13

"How terrible for him who builds his house without righteousness, and its upper rooms without justice, who makes his neighbor work for nothing, and does not pay him his wage.

James 5:4

Look! The wages that you kept back from the workers who harvested your fields are shouting out against you, and the cries of the reapers have reached the ears of the Lord of the Heavenly Armies.

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