Interlinear Bible Job 39

1 "Do you know the time the mountain * goats give birth? Do you observe the calving of the deer?
tw{l'Y;a lel{x [;l's#st05553 -yel][;y#st03277 t,d,l te[ 'T.[;d'y]h ? r{m.viT
2 "Can you count the months they fulfill, Or do you know the time they give birth?
h'n'T.dil te[ 'T.[;d'y.w h'na,L;m.T ~yix'r.y r{P.siT
3 "They kneel down, they bring forth their young, They get rid of their labor pains.
h'n.x;L;v.T ~,hyel.b,x#st02256 h'n.x;L;p.T !,hyed.l;y#st03206 h'n.[;r.kiT
4 "Their offspring become strong, they grow up in the open field; They leave and do not return to them.
.Wb'v -a{l.w .Wa.c'y r'B;b .WB.rIy ~,hyen.b .Wm.l.x;y ? w{m'l
5 "Who sent out the wild donkey free? And who loosed the bonds of the swift donkey,
yim dw{r'[ tw{r.s{m.W#st04147 yiv.p'x#st02670 a,r,P#st06501 x;Liv -yim ? ;xeTip
6 To whom I gave the wilderness for a home And the salt land for his dwelling place?
h'xel.m wy'tw{n.K.vim.W w{tyeb#st01004 h'b'r][ yiT.m;f -r,v]a
7 "He scorns the tumult of the city, The shoutings of the driver he does not hear.
['m.vIy a{l fegw{n tw{aUv.T h'y.riq !w{m]h;l q;x.fIy
8 "He explores the mountains for his pasture And searches after every green thing.
vw{r.dIy qw{r'y#st03387 -l'K r;x;a.w#st0310 .Whe[.rim#st04829 ~yir'h#st02022 r.Wt.y
9 "Will the wild ox consent to serve you, Or will he spend the night at your manger?
'$,s.Wb]a -l;[ !yil'y -mia '$,d.b'[ ]myeR h,ba{y]h
10 "Can you bind the wild ox in a furrow with ropes, Or will he harrow the valleys after you?
~yiq'm][#st06010 deD;f.y -mia w{t{b][#st05688 ~,l,t.B#st08525 ~yer -r'v.qit]h ? '$y,r]x;a
11 "Will you trust him because his strength is great And leave your labor to him?
wy'lea b{z][;t.w w{x{K#st03581 b;r -yiK w{B -x;j.bit]h ? '$,[yig.y
12 "Will you have faith in him that he will return your grain And gather it from your threshing floor?
@{s/a,y '$.n.r'g.w '$,[.r;z#st02233 b.Wv'y -yiK w{B !yim]a;t]h
13 "The ostriches' wings flap joyously With the pinion and plumage of love,
h'dyis]x#st02624 h'r.b,a#st084 -mia h's'l/[,n ~yin'n.r -p;n.K ? h'c{n.w
14 For she abandons her eggs to the earth And warms them in the dust,
~eM;x.T r'p'[#st06083 -l;[.w 'hy,ceB#st01000 #,r'a'l b{z][;t -yiK
15 And she forgets that a foot may crush them, Or that a wild beast may trample them.
'h,v.Wd.T h,d'F;h#st07704 t;Y;x.w#st02416 'h,r.Wz.T l,g,r -yiK x;K.viT;w
16 "She treats her young cruelly, as if they were not hers; Though her labor be in vain, she is unconcerned *;
d;x'p#st06343 -yil.B H'[yig.y#st03018 qyir.l H'l -a{l.L 'hy,n'B ;xyiv.qih
17 Because God has made her forget wisdom, And has not given her a share of understanding.
h'nyiB;B H'l q;l'x -a{l.w h'm.k'x ;Hw{l/a H'Vih -yiK
18 "When she lifts herself on high, She laughs at the horse and his rider.
w{b.k{r.l.W s.WS;l#st05483 q;x.fiT ayir.m;T ~w{r'M;B#st04791 te['K
19 "Do you give the horse his might? Do you clothe his neck with a mane?
h'm.[;r w{ra\W;c vyiB.l;t]h h'r.Wb.G#st01369 s.WS;l !eTit]h
20 "Do you make him leap like the locust? His majestic snorting is terrible.
h'myea w{r.x;n dw{h#st01935 h,B.r;a'K .WN,vyi[.r;t.h
21 "He paws in the valley, and rejoices in his strength; He goes out to meet the weapons.
q,v'n#st05402 -ta;r.qil aecey ;x{k.B fyif'y.w q,me['b#st06010 .Wr.P.x;y
22 "He laughs at fear and is not dismayed; And he does not turn back from the sword.
b,r'x#st02719 -yen.Pim#st06440 b.Wv'y -a{l.w t'xey a{l.w d;x;p.l#st06343 q;x.fIy
23 "The quiver rattles against him, The flashing spear and javelin.
!w{dyik.w#st03591 tyin]x#st02595 b;h;l#st03851 h'P.v;a#st0827 h,n.riT wy'l'[
24 "With shaking and rage he races over the ground, And he does not stand still at the voice of the trumpet.
!yim]a;y -a{l.w #,r'a#st0776 -a,M;g.y z,g{r.w#st07267 v;[;r.B ? r'pw{v lw{q -yiK
25 "As often as the trumpet sounds he says, 'Aha!' And he scents the battle from afar, And the thunder of the captains and the war cry.
h'm'x.lim#st04421 ;xyir'y qw{x'rem.W#st07350 x'a,h r;ma{y r'p{v#st07782 yed.B#st01767 ? h'[.Wr.t.W#st08643 ]myir'f ~;[;r
26 "Is it by your understanding that the hawk soars, Stretching his wings toward the south?
!'myet.l w{p'n.K f{r.pIy #en#st05322 -r,b]a;y '$.t'nyiBim]h
27 "Is it at your command that the eagle mounts up And makes his nest on high?
~yir'y yik.w r,v'n ;HyiB.g;y '$yiP -l;[ -mia ? w{Niq
28 "On the cliff he dwells and lodges, Upon the rocky crag, an inaccessible place.
h'd.Wc.m.W [;l,s -n,v -l;[ !'n{l.tIy.w !{K.vIy [;l,s
29 "From there he spies out food; His eyes see it from afar.
.WjyiB;y wy'nye[ qw{x'rem.l l,k{a#st0400 -r;p'x ~'Vim
30 "His young ones also suck up blood; And where the slain are, there is he."
~'v ~yil'l]x#st02491 r,v]a;b.W ~'d#st01818 -.W[.l;[.y w{x{r.p,a.w#st0667 ? a.Wh