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1 Chronicles 11:11 NLT

11 Here is the record of David’s mightiest warriors: The first was Jashobeam the Hacmonite, who was leader of the Three—the mightiest warriors among David’s men. He once used his spear to kill 300 enemy warriors in a single battle.

References for 1 Chronicles 11:11

    • c 11:11 - As in some Greek manuscripts (see also 2 Sam 23:8 ); Hebrew reads leader of the Thirty, or leader of the captains.

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      • a 11:2 - Or For some time.
      • b 11:8 - Hebrew the millo. The meaning of the Hebrew is uncertain.
      • c 11:11 - As in some Greek manuscripts (see also 2 Sam 23:8 ); Hebrew reads leader of the Thirty, or leader of the captains.
      • d 11:12 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:9 (see also 1 Chr 27:4 ); Hebrew reads Dodo, a variant spelling of Dodai.
      • e 11:14 - Hebrew they.
      • f 11:19 - Hebrew Shall I drink the lifeblood of these men?
      • g 11:20 - As in Syriac version; Hebrew reads the Three; also in 11:21 .
      • h 11:22 - Or two sons of Ariel.
      • i 11:23 - Hebrew 5 cubits [2.3 meters].
      • j 11:27 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:25 ; Hebrew reads Shammoth from Haror.
      • k 11:29 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:28 ; Hebrew reads Ilai.
      • l 11:32 - Or from the ravines of Gaash.
      • m 11:32 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:31 ; Hebrew reads Abiel.
      • n 11:33 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:31 ; Hebrew reads Baharum.
      • o 11:34 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:32 ; Hebrew reads sons of Hashem.
      • p 11:35 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:33 ; Hebrew reads son of Sacar.
      • q 11:37 - As in parallel text at 2 Sam 23:35 ; Hebrew reads Naarai.
      • r 11:47 - Or the Mezobaite.