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Bible Commentaries

Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament

Jeremiah 49

1:1 (e-0) (The title of this book, 'Jermiah'), The name may mean, 'Jah is exalted.' Compare the large use made of the name Jehovah in this book; it occurs about 700 times. Adonai Jehovah 14 times.

Verse 1

49:1 Malcam (g-19) Or 'their king;' but it may be another form of Milcom, the divinity of the Ammonites. see Amos 1:15 ; Amos 5:26 . heir (h-20) Elsewhere 'possessor.'

Verse 2

49:2 towns (i-34) Lit. 'daughters;' and so often. him, (a-47) Or 'and Israel shall inherit them that were heirs to him.' see ver. 1.

Verse 3

49:3 Malcam (b-26) See Note g, ver. 1.

Verse 5

49:5 thee; (c-20) Or 'more than are about thee.'

Verse 12

49:12 unpunished? (d-26) See chs. 25.29; 30.11.

Verse 15

49:15 men. (e-13) 'Mankind,' the Adam .

Verse 28

49:28 men (a-26) Lit. 'sons.'

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Darby, John. "Commentary on Jeremiah 49". "John Darby's Synopsis of the New Testament". https://studylight.org/commentaries/eng/dsn/jeremiah-49.html. 1857-67.