Ezekiel 16:25 DBY

25 thou didst build thy high place at every head of the way, and madest thy beauty to be abhorred, and thou didst open thy feet to every one that passed by, and multiply thy whoredom.

Study tools for Ezekiel 16:25

  • a 16:7 - Or 'made thee into myriads.'
  • b 16:7 - Lit. 'to the ornament of ornaments.'
  • c 16:14 - As 'lordliness,' Isa. 53.2.
  • d 16:21 - Or 'in causing them to pass through [the fire] unto them;' or 'setting apart for them,' as Ex. 13.12: the like in ch. 20.26.
  • e 16:24 - Or 'arched place;' and so vers. 31,39.
  • f 16:26 - Lit. 'sons of Egypt.'
  • g 16:27 - Or 'allotted food,' choq; see Ex. 12.24.
  • h 16:29 - Heb. Canaan.
  • i 16:36 - Lit. 'brass,' or 'copper.'
  • j 16:36 - Some read 'thy defilement (or ''pollution'') has abounded.'
  • k 16:38 - Num. 35.19.
  • l 16:40 - See ch. 23.24.
  • m 16:43 - As ch. 9.10.
  • n 16:44 - Or 'parable,' as Num. 23.7: see chs. 12.22-23; 14.8; 17.2; 18.2,3; 20.49; 24.3.
  • o 16:49 - Or 'afflicted;' see ch. 18.12,17; Ps. 9.18.
  • p 16:52 - Or 'made thyself more abominable.'
  • q 16:56 - Or 'was not a lesson in.'
  • r 16:58 - Some add 'the Lord.'
  • s 16:63 - Kaphar; lit. 'make atonement for:' see Lev. 5.6; Deut. 21.8; 32.43.