Parallel Verses

International Standard Version

Those registered with the tribe of Judah numbered 74,600.

New American Standard Bible

their numbered men of the tribe of Judah were 74,600.

King James Version

Those that were numbered of them, even of the tribe of Judah, were threescore and fourteen thousand and six hundred.

Holman Bible

those registered for the tribe of Judah numbered 74,600.

A Conservative Version

those who were numbered of them, of the tribe of Judah, were seventy-four thousand and six hundred.

American Standard Version

those that were numbered of them, of the tribe of Judah, were threescore and fourteen thousand and six hundred.

Amplified

Those of the tribe of Judah numbered 74,600.

Bible in Basic English

Seventy-four thousand, six hundred of the tribe of Judah were numbered.

Darby Translation

those that were numbered of them, of the tribe of Judah, were seventy-four thousand six hundred.

Julia Smith Translation

They being reviewed for the tribe of Judah, four and seventy thousand and six hundred.

King James 2000

Those that were numbered of them, even of the tribe of Judah, were threescore and fourteen thousand and six hundred.

Lexham Expanded Bible

those who were counted from the tribe of Judah were seventy-four thousand six hundred.

Modern King James verseion

those numbered of them, of the tribe of Judah, were seventy-four thousand, six hundred.

Modern Spelling Tyndale-Coverdale

were told in the tribe of Judah seventy four thousand and six hundred.

NET Bible

Those of them who were numbered from the tribe of Judah were 74,600.

New Heart English Bible

those who were numbered of them, of the tribe of Judah, were sixty-four thousand six hundred.

The Emphasized Bible

such as were numbered of them as belonging to the tribe of Judah, seventy-four thousand and six hundred.

Webster

Those that were numbered of them, even of the tribe of Judah, were seventy and four thousand and six hundred.

World English Bible

those who were numbered of them, of the tribe of Judah, were sixty-four thousand six hundred.

Youngs Literal Translation

their numbered ones, for the tribe of Judah, are four and seventy thousand and six hundred.

Interlinear

English(KJV)
Strong's
Root Form
Definition
Usage
of them, even of the tribe
מטּה מטּה 
Matteh 
Usage: 251

of Judah
יהוּדה 
Y@huwdah 
Usage: 648

שׁבעים 
Shib`iym 
Usage: 91

אלף 
'eleph 
Usage: 504

and six
שׁשּׁה שׁשׁ 
Shesh 
Usage: 215

References

Context Readings

God Commands Moses To Take A Census

26 The genealogies of Judah's descendants were recorded individually, according to their tribes and ancestral houses, as were the names of all the men 20 years and above who could serve in the army. 27 Those registered with the tribe of Judah numbered 74,600. 28 The genealogies of Issachar's descendants were recorded individually, according to their tribes and ancestral houses, as were the names of all the men 20 years and above who could serve in the army.



Cross References

Numbers 26:22

These families of Judah numbered 76,500.

2 Samuel 24:9

Joab reported the total number of men to the king. In Israel there were 800,000 men trained for war. In Judah there were 500,000.

Numbers 2:3-4

"The encampment of Judah is to settle east toward the sunrise under their standard. The leader of Judah is to be Amminadab's son Nahshon.

2 Chronicles 17:14-16

Here's how they were mustered, listed according to their ancestral houses and listed by commanders of thousands: Adnah commanded 300,000 elite forces.

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