Nehemiah 7:6 NLT

6 Here is the list of the Jewish exiles of the provinces who returned from their captivity. King Nebuchadnezzar had deported them to Babylon, but now they returned to Jerusalem and the other towns in Judah where they originally lived.

Study tools for Nehemiah 7:6

  • a 7:3 - Or Keep the gates of Jerusalem closed until the sun is hot.
  • b 7:7 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:2 ; Hebrew reads Azariah.
  • c 7:7 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:2 ; Hebrew reads Raamiah.
  • d 7:7 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:2 ; Hebrew reads Mispereth.
  • e 7:7 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:2 ; Hebrew reads Nehum.
  • f 7:15 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:10 ; Hebrew reads Binnui.
  • g 7:24 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:18 ; Hebrew reads Hariph.
  • h 7:25 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:20 ; Hebrew reads Gibeon.
  • i 7:33 - Or of the other Nebo.
  • j 7:34 - Or of the other Elam.
  • k 7:43 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:40 ; Hebrew reads Hodevah.
  • l 7:47 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:44 ; Hebrew reads Sia.
  • m 7:52 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:50 ; Hebrew reads Nephushesim.
  • n 7:54 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:52 ; Hebrew reads Bazlith.
  • o 7:57 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:55 ; Hebrew reads Sotai, Sophereth, Perida.
  • p 7:58 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:56 ; Hebrew reads Jaala.
  • q 7:59 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:57 ; Hebrew reads Amon.
  • r 7:61 - As in parallel text at Ezra 2:59 ; Hebrew reads Addon.
  • s 7:68 - As in some Hebrew manuscripts (see also Ezra 2:66 ); most Hebrew manuscripts lack this verse. Verses 7:69-73 are numbered 7:68-72 in Hebrew text.
  • t 7:70 - Hebrew 1,000 darics of gold, about 19 pounds or 8.6 kilograms in weight.
  • u 7:71 - Hebrew 20,000 darics of gold, about 375 pounds or 170 kilograms in weight; also in 7:72 .
  • v 7:71 - Hebrew 2,200 minas [1,300 kilograms].
  • w 7:72 - Hebrew 2,000 minas [1,200 kilograms].
  • x 7:73 - Hebrew In the seventh month. This month of the ancient Hebrew lunar calendar occurred within the months of October and November 445