Interlinear Bible Job 41

1 "Can you draw out Leviathan with a fishhook? Or press down his tongue with a cord?
w{n{v.l ;[yiq.v;T l,b,x.b.W#st02256 h'K;x.B#st02443 !'t'y.wil .${v.miT
2 "Can you put a rope in his nose Or pierce his jaw with a hook?
w{y/x,l bw{QiT ;xw{x.b.W w{P;a.B !w{m.g;a ~yif't]h
3 "Will he make many supplications to you, Or will he speak to you soft words?
'$y,lea reB;d.y -mia ~yin.Wn]x;T '$y,lea h,B.r;y]h ? tw{K;r
4 "Will he make a covenant with you? Will you take him for a servant forever?
~'lw{[#st05769 d,b,[.l .WN,x'QiT .$'Mi[ tyir.B t{r.kIy]h
5 "Will you play with him as with a bird, Or will you bind him for your maidens?
'$y,tw{r][;n.l .WN,r.v.qit.w rw{PiC;K w{B -q,x;f.t;h
6 "Will the traders bargain over him? Will they divide him among the merchants?
~yin][;n.K !yeB .Wh.Wc/x,y ~yir'B;x wy'l'[ .Wr.kIy
7 "Can you fill his skin with harpoons, Or his head with fishing spears?
w{va{r#st07218 ~yig'D l;c.lic.b.W w{rw{[ tw{KUf.b aeL;m.t;h
8 "Lay your hand on him; Remember the battle; you will not do it again!
@;sw{T -l;a h'm'x.lim r{k.z '$,P;K wy'l'[ -myif
9 "Behold, your expectation is false; Will you be laid low even at the sight of him?
l'jUy wy'a.r;m#st04758 -l,a ~;g]h h'b'z.kin w{T.l;x{T -neh
10 "No one is so fierce that he dares to arouse him; Who then is he that can stand before Me?
y;n'p.l a.Wh yim.W .WN,r.W[.y yiK r'z.k;a -a{l ? b'C;y.tIy
11 "Who has given to Me that I should repay him? Whatever is under the whole heaven is Mine.
~Iy;m'V;h#st08064 -l'K t;x;T ~eL;v]a;w yin;myiD.qih yim ? a.Wh -yil
12 "I will not keep silence concerning his limbs, Or his mighty strength, or his orderly frame.
w{K.r,[ !yix.w tw{r.Wb.G#st01369 -r;b.d.W wy'D;B a{l
13 "Who can strip off his outer armor? Who can come within his double mail?
yim w{n.sir l,p,k.B w{v.Wb.l#st03830 yen.P h'Lig -yim ? aw{b'y
14 "Who can open the doors of his face? Around his teeth there is terror.
h'myea wy'Niv tw{byib.s ;xeTip yim wy'n'p yet.l;D
15 "His strong scales are his pride, Shut up as with a tight seal.
r'c ~'tw{x#st02368 r.Wg's ~yiNig'm yeqyip]a h'w]a;G
16 "One is so near to another That no air can come between them.
~,hyenyeb aw{b'y -a{l ;x.Wr.w#st07307 .Wv;GIy d'x,a.B#st0259 d'x,a
17 "They are joined one to another; They clasp each other and cannot be separated.
.Wd'r'P.tIy a{l.w .Wd.K;l.tIy .Wq'BUd.y .Whyix'a.B#st0251 -vyia
18 "His sneezes flash forth light, And his eyes are like the eyelids of the morning.
r;x'v#st07837 -yeP;[.p;[.K wy'nye[.w rw{a l,h'T wy't{vyij][
19 "Out of his mouth go burning torches; Sparks of fire leap forth.
.Wj'L;m.tIy vea yedw{dyiK .Wk{l]h;y ~yidyiP;l wyiPim
20 "Out of his nostrils smoke goes forth As from a boiling pot and burning rushes.
!{m.g;a.w ;x.Wp'n d.Wd.K#st01731 !'v'[ aecey wy'ryix.Nim
21 "His breath kindles coals, And a flame goes forth from his mouth.
aecey wyiPim b;h;l.w#st03851 jeh;l.T ~yil'x,G w{v.p;n
22 "In his neck lodges strength, And dismay leaps before him.
h'b'a.D#st01670 #.Wd'T wy'n'p.l.W z{[ !yil'y w{ra\W;c.B
23 "The folds of his flesh are joined together, Firm on him and immovable *.
jw{MIy -l;B wy'l'[ q.Wc'y .Wqeb'd w{r'f.b yel.P;m
24 "His heart is as hard as a stone, Even as hard as a lower millstone.
tyiT.x;T#st08482 x;l,p.K q.Wc'y.w !,b'a -w{m.K q.Wc'y w{Bil
25 "When he raises himself up, the mighty fear; Because of the crashing they are bewildered.
.Wa'J;x.tIy ~yir'b.Vim#st07667 ~yilea#st0352 .Wr.Wg'y w{teFim
26 "The sword that reaches him cannot avail, Nor the spear, the dart or the javelin.
h'y.riv.w#st08302 ['S;m#st04551 tyin]x#st02595 ~.Wq't yil.B b,r,x .WhegyiF;m
27 "He regards iron as straw, Bronze as rotten wood.
h'v.Wx.n !w{b'Qir#st07539 #e[.l#st06086 l,z.r;B !,b,t.l b{v.x;y
28 "The arrow cannot make him flee; Slingstones * are turned into stubble for him.
w{l -.Wk.P.h,n v;q.l t,v'q -n,b .WN,xyir.b;y -a{l ? [;l'q -yen.b;a
29 "Clubs are regarded as stubble; He laughs at the rattling of the javelin.
!w{dyiK#st03591 v;[;r.l#st07494 q;x.fIy.w x'tw{t#st08455 .Wb.v.x,n v;q.K
30 "His underparts are like sharp potsherds; He spreads out like a threshing sledge on the mire.
jyij#st02916 -yel][ #.Wr'x#st02742 d;P.rIy f,r'x#st02789 yed.WD;x wy'T.x;T
31 "He makes the depths boil like a pot; He makes the sea like a jar of ointment.
h'x'q.r,M;K#st04841 ~yif'y#st03220 ~'y h'l.Wc.m ryiS;K ;xyiT.r;y
32 "Behind him he makes a wake to shine; One would think the deep to be gray-haired.
h'byef.l ~w{h.T b{v.x;y byit'n ryia'y wy'r]x;a
33 "Nothing on earth is like him, One made without fear.
t'x#st02844 -yil.bil#st01097 .Wf'[,h w{l.v'm#st04915 r'p'[ -l;[ -nyea
34 "He looks on everything that is high; He is king over all the sons of pride."
-yen.B -l'K -l;[ .$,l,m#st04428 a.Wh h,a.rIy ;H{b'G#st01364 -l'K -tea ? #;x'v