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spake. See note on Leviticus 5:14 .
children = sons.
make a singular vow = make a special vow. Hebrew "separate a vow" because a vow was separated into negative or positive, restraining or promising, i.e., "binding" or "loosing".
persons = souls. Hebrew. nephesh. App-13 .
it = that soul. Compare note on Leviticus 27:2 .
men. Some codices, with Samaritan Pentateuch, read "one".
offering. Hebrew Korban. App-43 .
alter. Hebrew. malaph, to change for the better. Compare Psalms 55:19 .
change. Hebrew. mur, to change for the worse: note the Introversion. g | alter (bad for good). h | change (good for bad). h | good for bad. g | bad for good.
offer = bring near. Hebrew. karab. App-43 .
sacrifice = Hebrew. korban.
present = make it stand, as in Leviticus 27:8 .
as thou, &c. = as thou, O priest, valuest it so, &c.
at all redeem it. Figure of speech Polyptoton ( App-6 ). Hebrew "redeeming he will redeem it". Well translated by "at all". See note on Genesis 26:28 . Hebrew. ga'al. See note on Exodus 6:6 .
sanctify = set apart. Hebrew. kadash. See note on "holy", Exodus 3:5 .
his: i.e. his own house, and what was therein.
homer. Hebrew. homer, as in Numbers 11:32 .Isaiah 5:10 . Ezekiel 45:11 , Ezekiel 45:13 , Ezekiel 45:14 .Hosea 3:2 . To be distinguished from 'omer, in Exodus 16:16 , Exodus 16:18 , Exodus 16:22 , Exodus 16:32 , Exodus 16:33 , Exodus 16:36 . See App-51 .
If. Some codices, with Samaritan Pentateuch, Septuagint, and Syriac, read "And if".
devoted. Hebrew. haram, denotes a total and complete separation, which does not admit of redemption. First occurance of haram. It is rendered "devoted" only in this chapter (six times) and once in Numbers 18:14 .
estimation = valuation.
Only = nevertheless. Rendered in Leviticus 27:28 , "notwithstanding".
Notwithstanding. See note on Leviticus 27:26 .
is = it [is].
or. Some codices, with Samaritan Pentateuch, The Targum of Jonathan ben Uzziel Septuagint, Syriac, and Vulgate, have this "or" in the text.
man. Hebrew. 'ish . App-14 .
passeth under the rod. The custom of counting was for the animals to pass through a small opening, and to be counted with the rod as they passed. Every tenth one was to be taken and marked; and not to be chosen (Leviticus 27:33 ). This custom is referred to in Ezekiel 20:37 , i.e. once more claimed and marked ac belonging to Jehovah.
in mount Sinai. Compare note on Leviticus 1:1 .
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Bullinger, Ethelbert William. "Commentary on Leviticus 27". "E.W. Bullinger's Companion bible Notes". https://www.studylight.org/
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