Parallel Verses

Bible in Basic English

Let destruction take the day of my birth, and the night on which it was said, A man child has come into the world.

New American Standard Bible

Let the day perish on which I was to be born,
And the night which said, ‘A boy is conceived.’

King James Version

Let the day perish wherein I was born, and the night in which it was said, There is a man child conceived.

Holman Bible

May the day I was born perish,
and the night when they said,
“A boy is conceived.”

International Standard Version

"Let the day when I was born be annihilated, along with the night when it was announced, "It's a boy!'

A Conservative Version

Let the day perish in which I was born, and the night which said, There is a man-child conceived.

American Standard Version

Let the day perish wherein I was born, And the night which said, There is a man-child conceived.

Amplified


“Let the day on which I was born perish,
And the night which announced: ‘There is a man-child conceived.’

Darby Translation

Let the day perish in which I was born, and the night that said, There is a man child conceived.

Julia Smith Translation

The day shall perish I shall bring forth in it, and the night said, A male was conceived.

King James 2000

Let the day perish on which I was born, and the night in which it was said, There is a male child conceived.

Lexham Expanded Bible

"Let [the] day perish on which I was born, and the night that said, 'A man-child is conceived.'

Modern King James verseion

Let the day perish in which I was born, and the night which said, A man-child is conceived.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

and the night in the which it was said, 'There is a man child conceived.'

NET Bible

"Let the day on which I was born perish, and the night that said, 'A man has been conceived!'

New Heart English Bible

"Let the day perish in which I was born, the night which said, 'There is a boy conceived.'

The Emphasized Bible

Perish, the day wherein I was born, and the night it was said, Lo! a manchild!

Webster

Let the day perish in which I was born, and the night in which it was said, There is a mail child conceived.

World English Bible

"Let the day perish in which I was born, the night which said, 'There is a boy conceived.'

Youngs Literal Translation

Let the day perish in which I am born, And the night that hath said: 'A man-child hath been conceived.'

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
Let the day
יום 
Yowm 
Usage: 2293

and the night
לילה ליל ליל 
Layil 
Usage: 233

in which it was said

Usage: 0

There is a man child
גּבר 
Geber 
Usage: 65

References

Easton

Fausets

Hastings

Job

Watsons

Context Readings

Job Regrets His Birth

2 Job made answer and said, 3 Let destruction take the day of my birth, and the night on which it was said, A man child has come into the world. 4 That day--let it be dark; let not God take note of it from on high, and let not the light be shining on it;


Cross References

Job 10:18-19

Why then did you make me come out of my mother's body? It would have been better for me to have taken my last breath, and for no eye to have seen me,

Jeremiah 20:14-18

A curse on the day of my birth: let there be no blessing on the day when my mother had me.

Jeremiah 15:10

Sorrow is mine, my mother, because you have given birth to me, a cause of fighting and argument in all the earth! I have not made men my creditors and I am not in debt to any, but every one of them is cursing me.

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