Interlinear Bible Ecclesiastes 10

1 Dead flies make a perfumer's oil stink, so a little foolishness is weightier than wisdom and honor.
r'q'y ;xeqw{r !,m,v ;[yiB;y vyia.b;y t,w'm#st04194 yeb.Wb.z#st02070 ? j'[.m#st04592 t.Wl.kis dw{b'Kim#st03519 h'm.k'xem
2 A wise man's heart directs him toward the right, but the foolish man's heart directs him toward the left.
w{la{m.fil#st08040 lyis.K#st03684 bel.w w{nyimyil ~'k'x#st02450 bel
3 Even when the fool walks along the road, his sense is lacking and he demonstrates to everyone that he is a fool.
r;m'a.w res'x w{Bil .$el{h l'k'S;h,v.K .$,r,D;B#st01870 -m;g.w ? a.Wh l'k's l{K;l
4 If the ruler's temper rises against you, do not abandon your position, because composure allays great offenses.
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5 There is an evil I have seen under the sun, like an error which goes forth from the ruler -
a'c{Y,v h'g'g.viK#st07684 v,m'V;h t;x;T yityia'r h'['r#st07451 vey#st03426 ? jyiL;V;h#st07989 yen.piLim
6 folly is set in many exalted places while rich men sit in humble places.
l,peV;B#st08216 ~yiryiv][;w#st06223 ~yiB;r ~yimw{r.M;B l,k,S;h#st05529 !;Tin ? .Wbevey
7 I have seen slaves riding on horses and princes walking like slaves on the land.
~yik.l{h ~yir'f.w ~yis.Ws -l;[ ~yid'b][#st05650 yityia'r ? #,r'a'h#st0776 -l;[ ~yid'b][;K
8 He who digs a pit may fall into it, and a serpent may bite him who breaks through a wall.
.WN,k.VIy red'G #er{p.W lw{PIy w{B #'M.WG rep{x ? v'x'n
9 He who quarries stones may be hurt by them, and he who splits logs may be endangered by them.
!,k'SIy ~yice[ ;[eqw{B ~,h'B bec'[ey ~yin'b]a ;[yiS;m ? ~'B
10 If the axe is dull and he does not sharpen its edge, then he must exert more strength. Wisdom has the advantage of giving success.
l;q.liq ~yin'p -a{l a.Wh.w l,z.r;B;h#st01270 h'heq -mia ? h'm.k'x q]ryev.k;h !w{r.tIy.w#st03504 reB;g.y ~yil'y]x;w
11 If the serpent bites before being charmed, there is no profit for the charmer *.
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12 Words from the mouth of a wise man are gracious, while the lips of a fool consume him;
.WN,[.L;b.T lyis.K tw{t.pif.w !ex ~'k'x#st02450 -yip yer.biD
13 the beginning of his talking * is folly and the end of it is wicked madness.
.WhyiP tyir]x;a.w#st0319 t.Wl.kis#st05531 .Whyip -yer.biD#st01697 t;Lix.T#st08462 ? h'['r t.Wlelw{h
14 Yet the fool multiplies words. No man knows what will happen, and who can tell him what will come after * him?
h,y.hiY,v -h;m ~'d'a'h [;dey -a{l ~yir'b.d#st01697 h,B.r;y l'k'S;h.w ? w{l dyiG;y yim wy'r]x;aem h,y.hIy r,v]a;w
15 The toil of a fool so wearies him that he does not even know how to go to a city.
[;d'y -a{l r,v]a .WN,[.G;y.T ~yilyis.K;h#st03684 l;m][#st05999 ? ryi[ -l,a t,k,l'l
16 Woe to you, O land, whose king is a lad and whose princes feast in the morning.
r,q{B;B<01242!> .$Iy;r'f.w r;['n .$eK.l;M,v #,r,a .$'l -yia ? .Wleka{y
17 Blessed are you, O land, whose king is of nobility * and whose princes eat at the appropriate time -for strength and not for drunkenness.
.$Iy;r'f.w ~yirw{x -n,B .$eK.l;M,v #,r,a .$yer.v;a ? yit.V;b<08358!> a{l.w h'r.Wb.giB .Wleka{y te['B
18 Through indolence the rafters sag, and through slackness * the house leaks.
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19 Men prepare a meal for enjoyment, and wine makes life merry, and money is the answer to everything.
@,s,K;h.w#st03701 ~yiY;x#st02416 x;M;f.y#st08055 !Iy;y.w#st03196 ~,x,l ~yif{[ qw{x.fil ? l{K;h -t,a h,n][;y
20 Furthermore, in your bedchamber do not curse a king, and in your sleeping rooms do not curse a rich man, for a bird of the heavens will carry the sound and the winged creature will make the matter known.
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