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Ezekiel 27 (WEBP)

[1] Yahweh’s word came again to me, saying,
[2] “You, son of man, take up a lamentation over Tyre;
[3] and tell Tyre, ‘You who dwell at the entry of the sea, who are the merchant of the peoples to many islands, the Lord Yahweh says: “You, Tyre, have said, ‘I am perfect in beauty.’
[4] Your borders are in the heart of the seas. Your builders have perfected your beauty.
[5] They have made all your planks of cypress trees from Senir. They have taken a cedar from Lebanon to make a mast for you.
[6] They have made your oars of the oaks of Bashan. They have made your benches of ivory inlaid in cypress wood from the islands of Kittim.
[7] Your sail was of fine linen with embroidered work from Egypt, that it might be to you for a banner. Blue and purple from the islands of Elishah was your awning.
[8] The inhabitants of Sidon and Arvad were your rowers. Your wise men, Tyre, were in you. They were your pilots.
[9] The old men of Gebal and its wise men were your repairers of ship seams in you. All the ships of the sea with their mariners were in you to deal in your merchandise.
[10] “ ‘ “Persia, Lud, and Put were in your army, your men of war. They hung the shield and helmet in you. They showed your beauty.
[11] The men of Arvad with your army were on your walls all around, and valiant men were in your towers. They hung their shields on your walls all around. They have perfected your beauty.
[12] “ ‘ “Tarshish was your merchant by reason of the multitude of all kinds of riches. They traded for your wares with silver, iron, tin, and lead.
[13] “ ‘ “Javan, Tubal, and Meshech were your traders. They traded the persons of men and vessels of bronze for your merchandise.
[14] “ ‘ “They of the house of Togarmah traded for your wares with horses, war horses, and mules.
[15] “ ‘ “The men of Dedan traded with you. Many islands were the market of your hand. They brought you horns of ivory and ebony in exchange.
[16] “ ‘ “Syria was your merchant by reason of the multitude of your handiworks. They traded for your wares with emeralds, purple, embroidered work, fine linen, coral, and rubies.
[17] “ ‘ “Judah and the land of Israel were your traders. They traded wheat of Minnith, confections, honey, oil, and balm for your merchandise.
[18] “ ‘ “Damascus was your merchant for the multitude of your handiworks by reason of the multitude of all kinds of riches, with the wine of Helbon, and white wool.
[19] “ ‘ “Vedan and Javan traded with yarn for your wares; wrought iron, cassia, and calamus were among your merchandise.
[20] “ ‘ “Dedan was your merchant in precious saddle blankets for riding.
[21] “ ‘ “Arabia and all the princes of Kedar were your favorite dealers in lambs, rams, and goats. In these, they were your merchants.
[22] “ ‘ “The traders of Sheba and Raamah were your traders. They traded for your wares with the best of all spices, all precious stones, and gold.
[23] “ ‘ “Haran, Canneh, Eden, the traders of Sheba, Asshur and Chilmad, were your traders.
[24] These were your traders in choice wares, in wrappings of blue and embroidered work, and in cedar chests of rich clothing bound with cords, among your merchandise.
[25] “ ‘ “The ships of Tarshish were your caravans for your merchandise. You were replenished and made very glorious in the heart of the seas.
[26] Your rowers have brought you into great waters. The east wind has broken you in the heart of the seas.
[27] Your riches, your wares, your merchandise, your mariners, your pilots, your repairers of ship seams, the dealers in your merchandise, and all your men of war who are in you, with all your company which is among you, will fall into the heart of the seas in the day of your ruin.
[28] At the sound of the cry of your pilots, the pasture lands will shake.
[29] All who handle the oars, the mariners and all the pilots of the sea, will come down from their ships. They will stand on the land,
[30] and will cause their voice to be heard over you, and will cry bitterly. They will cast up dust on their heads. They will wallow in the ashes.
[31] They will make themselves bald for you, and clothe themselves with sackcloth. They will weep for you in bitterness of soul, with bitter mourning.
[32] In their wailing they will take up a lamentation for you, and lament over you, saying, ‘Who is there like Tyre, like her who is brought to silence in the middle of the sea?’
[33] When your wares came from the seas, you filled many peoples. You enriched the kings of the earth with the multitude of your riches and of your merchandise.
[34] In the time that you were broken by the seas, in the depths of the waters, your merchandise and all your company fell within you.
[35] All the inhabitants of the islands are astonished at you, and their kings are horribly afraid. They are troubled in their face.
[36] The merchants among the peoples hiss at you. You have come to a terrible end, and you will be no more.” ’ ”

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Ezekiel 27 (KJVS)

[1] The word H1697 of the LORD H3068 came again unto me, saying H559 (8800),
[2] Now, thou son H1121 of man H120, take up H5375 (8798) a lamentation H7015 for Tyrus H6865;
[3] And say H559 (8804) unto Tyrus H6865, O thou that art situate H3427 (8802) at the entry H3997 of the sea H3220, [which art] a merchant H7402 (8802) of the people H5971 for many H7227 isles H339, Thus saith H559 (8804) the Lord H136 GOD H3069; O Tyrus H6865, thou hast said H559 (8804), I [am] of perfect H3632 beauty H3308.
[4] Thy borders H1366 [are] in the midst H3820 of the seas H3220, thy builders H1129 (8802) have perfected H3634 (8804) thy beauty H3308.
[5] They have made H1129 (8804) all thy [ship] boards H3871 of fir trees H1265 of Senir H8149: they have taken H3947 (8804) cedars H730 from Lebanon H3844 to make H6213 (8800) masts H8650 for thee.
[6] [Of] the oaks H437 of Bashan H1316 have they made H6213 (8804) thine oars H4880; the company H1323 of the Ashurites H839 have made H6213 (8804) thy benches H7175 [of] ivory H8127, [brought] out of the isles H339 of Chittim H3794.
[7] Fine linen H8336 with broidered work H7553 from Egypt H4714 was that which thou spreadest forth H4666 to be thy sail H5251; blue H8504 and purple H713 from the isles H339 of Elishah H473 was that which covered H4374 thee.
[8] The inhabitants H3427 (8802) of Zidon H6721 and Arvad H719 were thy mariners H7751 (8801): thy wise H2450 [men], O Tyrus H6865, [that] were in thee, were thy pilots H2259.
[9] The ancients H2205 of Gebal H1380 and the wise H2450 [men] thereof were in thee thy calkers H919 H2388 (8688): all the ships H591 of the sea H3220 with their mariners H4419 were in thee to occupy H6148 (8800) thy merchandise H4627.
[10] They of Persia H6539 and of Lud H3865 and of Phut H6316 were in thine army H2428, thy men H582 of war H4421: they hanged H8518 (8765) the shield H4043 and helmet H3553 in thee; they set forth H5414 (8804) thy comeliness H1926.
[11] The men H1121 of Arvad H719 with thine army H2428 [were] upon thy walls H2346 round about H5439, and the Gammadims H1575 were in thy towers H4026: they hanged H8518 (8765) their shields H7982 upon thy walls H2346 round about H5439; they have made H3634 thy beauty H3308 perfect H3634 (8804).
[12] Tarshish H8659 [was] thy merchant H5503 (8802) by reason of the multitude H7230 of all [kind of] riches H1952; with silver H3701, iron H1270, tin H913, and lead H5777, they traded H5414 (8804) in thy fairs H5801.
[13] Javan H3120, Tubal H8422, and Meshech H4902, they [were] thy merchants H7402 (8802): they traded H5414 (8804) the persons H5315 of men H120 and vessels H3627 of brass H5178 in thy market H4627.
[14] They of the house H1004 of Togarmah H8425 traded H5414 (8804) in thy fairs H5801 with horses H5483 and horsemen H6571 and mules H6505.
[15] The men H1121 of Dedan H1719 [were] thy merchants H7402 (8802); many H7227 isles H339 [were] the merchandise H5506 of thine hand H3027: they brought H7725 (8689) thee [for] a present H814 horns H7161 of ivory H8127 and ebony H1894.
[16] Syria H758 [was] thy merchant H5503 (8802) by reason of the multitude H7230 of the wares of thy making H4639: they occupied H5414 (8804) in thy fairs H5801 with emeralds H5306, purple H713, and broidered work H7553, and fine linen H948, and coral H7215, and agate H3539.
[17] Judah H3063, and the land H776 of Israel H3478, they [were] thy merchants H7402 (8802): they traded H5414 (8804) in thy market H4627 wheat H2406 of Minnith H4511, and Pannag H6436, and honey H1706, and oil H8081, and balm H6875.
[18] Damascus H1834 [was] thy merchant H5503 (8802) in the multitude H7230 of the wares of thy making H4639, for the multitude H7230 of all riches H1952; in the wine H3196 of Helbon H2463, and white H6713 wool H6785.
[19] Dan H2051 (8676) H1835 also and Javan H3120 going to and fro H235 (8794) occupied H5414 (8804) in thy fairs H5801: bright H6219 iron H1270, cassia H6916, and calamus H7070, were in thy market H4627.
[20] Dedan H1719 [was] thy merchant H7402 (8802) in precious H2667 clothes H899 for chariots H7396.
[21] Arabia H6152, and all the princes H5387 of Kedar H6938, they occupied H5503 with thee H3027 in lambs H3733, and rams H352, and goats H6260: in these [were they] thy merchants H5503 (8802).
[22] The merchants H7402 (8802) of Sheba H7614 and Raamah H7484, they [were] thy merchants H7402 (8802): they occupied H5414 (8804) in thy fairs H5801 with chief H7218 of all spices H1314, and with all precious H3368 stones H68, and gold H2091.
[23] Haran H2771, and Canneh H3656, and Eden H5729, the merchants H7402 (8802) of Sheba H7614, Asshur H804, [and] Chilmad H3638, [were] thy merchants H7402 (8802).
[24] These [were] thy merchants H7402 (8802) in all sorts H4360 [of things], in blue H8504 clothes H1545, and broidered work H7553, and in chests H1595 of rich apparel H1264, bound H2280 (8803) with cords H2256, and made of cedar H729, among thy merchandise H4819.
[25] The ships H591 of Tarshish H8659 did sing H7788 (8802) of thee in thy market H4627: and thou wast replenished H4390 (8735), and made very H3966 glorious H3513 (8799) in the midst H3820 of the seas H3220.
[26] Thy rowers H7751 (8801) have brought H935 (8689) thee into great H7227 waters H4325: the east H6921 wind H7307 hath broken H7665 (8804) thee in the midst H3820 of the seas H3220.
[27] Thy riches H1952, and thy fairs H5801, thy merchandise H4627, thy mariners H4419, and thy pilots H2259, thy calkers H919 H2388 (8688), and the occupiers H6148 (8802) of thy merchandise H4627, and all thy men H582 of war H4421, that [are] in thee, and in all thy company H6951 which [is] in the midst H8432 of thee, shall fall H5307 (8799) into the midst H3820 of the seas H3220 in the day H3117 of thy ruin H4658.
[28] The suburbs H4054 shall shake H7493 (8799) at the sound H6963 of the cry H2201 of thy pilots H2259.
[29] And all that handle H8610 (8802) the oar H4880, the mariners H4419, [and] all the pilots H2259 of the sea H3220, shall come down H3381 (8804) from their ships H591, they shall stand H5975 (8799) upon the land H776;
[30] And shall cause their voice H6963 to be heard H8085 (8689) against thee, and shall cry H2199 (8799) bitterly H4751, and shall cast up H5927 (8686) dust H6083 upon their heads H7218, they shall wallow H6428 (8691) themselves in the ashes H665:
[31] And they shall make themselves utterly H7144 bald H7139 (8689) for thee, and gird H2296 (8804) them with sackcloth H8242, and they shall weep H1058 (8804) for thee with bitterness H4751 of heart H5315 [and] bitter H4751 wailing H4553.
[32] And in their wailing H5204 they shall take up H5375 (8804) a lamentation H7015 for thee, and lament H6969 (8790) over thee, [saying], What [city is] like Tyrus H6865, like the destroyed H1822 in the midst H8432 of the sea H3220?
[33] When thy wares H5801 went forth H3318 (8800) out of the seas H3220, thou filledst H7646 (8689) many H7227 people H5971; thou didst enrich H6238 (8689) the kings H4428 of the earth H776 with the multitude H7230 of thy riches H1952 and of thy merchandise H4627.
[34] In the time H6256 [when] thou shalt be broken H7665 (8737) by the seas H3220 in the depths H4615 of the waters H4325 thy merchandise H4627 and all thy company H6951 in the midst H8432 of thee shall fall H5307 (8804).
[35] All the inhabitants H3427 (8802) of the isles H339 shall be astonished H8074 (8804) at thee, and their kings H4428 shall be sore H8178 afraid H8175 (8804), they shall be troubled H7481 (8804) in [their] countenance H6440.
[36] The merchants H5503 (8802) among the people H5971 shall hiss H8319 (8804) at thee; thou shalt be a terror H1091, and never [shalt be] any more H5704 H5769.

Young’s Literal Translation

Ezekiel 27 (YLT)

[1] And there is a word of Jehovah unto me, saying:
[2] ‘And thou, son of man, lift up concerning Tyre a lamentation, and thou hast said to Tyre:
[3] O dweller on the entrances of the sea, Merchant of the peoples unto many isles, Thus said the Lord Jehovah: O Tyre, thou-thou hast said: I am the perfection of beauty.
[4] In the heart of the seas are thy borders, Thy builders have perfected thy beauty.
[5] Of firs of Senir they have built to thee all thy double-boarded ships, Of cedars of Lebanon they have taken to make a mast for thee,
[6] Of oaks of Bashan they made thine oars, Thy bench they have made of ivory, A branch of Ashurim from isles of Chittim.
[7] Of fine linen with embroidery from Egypt hath been thy sail, To be to thee for an ensign, Of blue and purple from isles of Elishah hath been thy covering.
[8] Inhabitants of Zidon and Arvad have been rowers to thee, Thy wise men, O Tyre, have been in thee, They are thy pilots.
[9] Elders of Gebal and its wise men have been in thee, Strengthening thy breach; All ships of the sea and their mariners, Have been in thee, to trade with thy merchandise.
[10] Persian and Lud and Phut Have been in thy forces-thy men of war. Shield and helmet they hung up in thee, They-they have given out thine honour.
[11] The sons of Arvad, and thy force, Are on thy walls round about, And short swordsmen in thy towers have been, Their shields they have hung up on thy walls round about, They-they have perfected thy beauty.
[12] Tarshish is thy merchant, Because of the abundance of all wealth, For silver, iron, tin, and lead, They have given out thy remnants.
[13] Javan, Tubal, and Meshech-they are thy merchants, For persons of men, and vessels of brass, They have given out thy merchandise.
[14] They of the house of Togarmah, For horses, and riding steeds, and mules, They have given out thy remnants.
[15] Sons of Dedan are thy merchants, Many isles are the mart of thy hand, Horns of ivory and ebony they sent back thy reward.
[16] Aram is thy merchant, Because of the abundance of thy works, For emerald, purple, and embroidery, And fine linen, and coral, and agate, They have given out thy remnants.
[17] Judah and the land of Israel-they are thy merchants, For wheat of Minnith, and Pannag, And honey, and oil, and balm, They have given out thy merchandise.
[18] Damascus is thy merchant, For the abundance of thy works, Because of the abundance of all wealth, For wine of Helbon, and white wool.
[19] Vedan and Javan go about with thy remnants, They have given shining iron, cassia, and cane, In thy merchandise it hath been.
[20] Dedan is thy merchant, For clothes of freedom for riding.
[21] Arabia, and all princes of Kedar, They are the traders of thy hand, For lambs, and rams, and he-goats, In these thy merchants.
[22] Merchants of Sheba and Raamah-they are thy merchants, For the chief of all spices, And for every precious stone, and gold, They have given out thy remnants.
[23] Haran, and Canneh, and Eden, merchants of Sheba, Asshur-Chilmad-are thy merchants,
[24] They are thy merchants for perfect things, For wrappings of blue, and embroidery, And for treasuries of rich apparel, With cords bound and girded, for thy merchandise,
[25] Ships of Tarshish are thy double walls of thy merchandise, And thou art filled and honoured greatly, In the heart of the seas.
[26] Into great waters have they brought thee, Those rowing thee, The east wind hath broken thee in the heart of the seas.
[27] Thy wealth and thy remnants, Thy merchandise, thy mariners, And thy pilots, strengtheners of thy breach, And the traders of thy merchandise, And all thy men of war, who are in thee, And in all thine assembly that is in thy midst, Fall into the heart of the seas in the day of thy fall,
[28] At the voice of the cry of thy pilots shake do the suburbs.
[29] And come down from their ships have all handling an oar, Mariners, all the pilots of the sea, on the land they stand,
[30] And have sounded for thee with their voice, And cry bitterly, and cause dust to go up on their heads, In ashes they do roll themselves.
[31] And they have made for thee baldness, And they have girded on sackcloth, And they have wept for thee, In bitterness of soul-a bitter mourning.
[32] And lifted up for thee have their sons a lamentation, And they have lamented over thee, who is as Tyre? As the cut-off one in the midst of the sea?
[33] With the outgoing of thy remnants from the seas, Thou hast filled many peoples, With the abundance of thy riches, and thy merchandise, Thou hast made rich things of earth.
[34] The time of thy being broken by the seas in the depths of the waters, Thy merchandise and all thy assembly in thy midst have fallen.
[35] All inhabitants of the isles have been astonished at thee, And their kings have been sore afraid, They have been troubled in countenance.
[36] Merchants among the peoples have shrieked for thee, Wastes thou hast been, and thou art not-to the age!’