World English Bible
Job 41 (WEBP)
 “Can you draw out Leviathan° with a fish hook, or press down his tongue with a cord?
 Can you put a rope into his nose, or pierce his jaw through with a hook?
 Will he make many petitions to you, or will he speak soft words to you?
 Will he make a covenant with you, that you should take him for a servant forever?
 Will you play with him as with a bird? Or will you bind him for your girls?
 Will traders barter for him? Will they part him among the merchants?
 Can you fill his skin with barbed irons, or his head with fish spears?
 Lay your hand on him. Remember the battle, and do so no more.
 Behold, the hope of him is in vain. Won’t one be cast down even at the sight of him?
 None is so fierce that he dare stir him up. Who then is he who can stand before me?
 Who has first given to me, that I should repay him? Everything under the heavens is mine.
 “I will not keep silence concerning his limbs, nor his mighty strength, nor his goodly frame.
 Who can strip off his outer garment? Who will come within his jaws?
 Who can open the doors of his face? Around his teeth is terror.
 Strong scales are his pride, shut up together with a close seal.
 One is so near to another, that no air can come between them.
 They are joined to one another. They stick together, so that they can’t be pulled apart.
 His sneezing flashes out light. His eyes are like the eyelids of the morning.
 Out of his mouth go burning torches. Sparks of fire leap out.
 Out of his nostrils a smoke goes, as of a boiling pot over a fire of reeds.
 His breath kindles coals. A flame goes out of his mouth.
 There is strength in his neck. Terror dances before him.
 The flakes of his flesh are joined together. They are firm on him. They can’t be moved.
 His heart is as firm as a stone, yes, firm as the lower millstone.
 When he raises himself up, the mighty are afraid. They retreat before his thrashing.
 If one attacks him with the sword, it can’t prevail; nor the spear, the dart, nor the pointed shaft.
 He counts iron as straw, and bronze as rotten wood.
 The arrow can’t make him flee. Sling stones are like chaff to him.
 Clubs are counted as stubble. He laughs at the rushing of the javelin.
 His undersides are like sharp potsherds, leaving a trail in the mud like a threshing sledge.
 He makes the deep to boil like a pot. He makes the sea like a pot of ointment.
 He makes a path shine after him. One would think the deep had white hair.
 On earth there is not his equal, that is made without fear.
 He sees everything that is high. He is king over all the sons of pride.”
Job 41:1 Leviathan is a name for a crocodile or similar creature.
Scripture quotations are taken from The World English Bible™ of eBible.org, 2020 stable text edition. It is in the public domain.
King James w/Strong’s #s
Job 41 (KJVS)
 Canst thou draw out H4900 (8799) leviathan H3882 with an hook H2443? or his tongue H3956 with a cord H2256 [which] thou lettest down H8257 (8686)?
 Canst thou put H7760 (8799) an hook H100 into his nose H639? or bore H5344 (8799) his jaw H3895 through with a thorn H2336?
 Will he make many H7235 (8686) supplications H8469 unto thee? will he speak H1696 (8762) soft H7390 [words] unto thee?
 Will he make H3772 (8799) a covenant H1285 with thee? wilt thou take H3947 (8799) him for a servant H5650 for ever H5769?
 Wilt thou play H7832 (8762) with him as [with] a bird H6833? or wilt thou bind H7194 (8799) him for thy maidens H5291?
 Shall the companions H2271 make a banquet H3739 (8799) of him? shall they part H2673 (8799) him among the merchants H3669?
 Canst thou fill H4390 (8762) his skin H5785 with barbed irons H7905? or his head H7218 with fish H1709 spears H6767?
 Lay H7760 (8798) thine hand H3709 upon him, remember H2142 (8798) the battle H4421, do no more H3254 (8686).
 Behold, the hope H8431 of him is in vain H3576 (8738): shall not [one] be cast down H2904 (8714) even at the sight H4758 of him?
 None [is so] fierce H393 that dare stir him up H5782 (8799) (8675) H5782 (8686): who then is able to stand H3320 (8691) before H6440 me?
 Who hath prevented H6923 (8689) me, that I should repay H7999 (8762) [him? whatsoever is] under the whole heaven H8064 is mine.
 I will not conceal H2790 (8686) his parts H907, nor his power H1369 H1697, nor his comely H2433 proportion H6187.
 Who can discover H1540 (8765) the face H6440 of his garment H3830? [or] who can come H935 (8799) [to him] with his double H3718 bridle H7448?
 Who can open H6605 (8765) the doors H1817 of his face H6440? his teeth H8127 [are] terrible H367 round about H5439.
 [His] scales H4043 H650 [are his] pride H1346, shut up together H5462 (8803) [as with] a close H6862 seal H2368.
 One H259 is so near H5066 (8799) to another H259, that no air H7307 can come H935 (8799) between them.
 They are joined H1692 (8792) one H376 to another H251, they stick together H3920 (8691), that they cannot be sundered H6504 (8691).
 By his neesings H5846 a light H216 doth shine H1984 (8686), and his eyes H5869 [are] like the eyelids H6079 of the morning H7837.
 Out of his mouth H6310 go H1980 (8799) burning lamps H3940, [and] sparks H3590 of fire H784 leap out H4422 (8691).
 Out of his nostrils H5156 goeth H3318 (8799) smoke H6227, as [out] of a seething H5301 (8803) pot H1731 or caldron H100.
 His breath H5315 kindleth H3857 (8762) coals H1513, and a flame H3851 goeth out H3318 (8799) of his mouth H6310.
 In his neck H6677 remaineth H3885 (8799) strength H5797, and sorrow H1670 is turned into joy H1750 (8799) before H6440 him.
 The flakes H4651 of his flesh H1320 are joined together H1692 (8804): they are firm H3332 (8803) in themselves; they cannot be moved H4131 (8735).
 His heart H3820 is as firm H3332 (8803) as a stone H68; yea, as hard H3332 (8803) as a piece H6400 of the nether H8482 [millstone].
 When he raiseth up H7613 himself, the mighty H352 are afraid H1481 (8799): by reason of breakings H7667 they purify H2398 (8691) themselves.
 The sword H2719 of him that layeth H5381 (8688) at him cannot hold H6965 (8799): the spear H2595, the dart H4551, nor the habergeon H8302.
 He esteemeth H2803 (8799) iron H1270 as straw H8401, [and] brass H5154 as rotten H7539 wood H6086.
 The arrow H1121 H7198 cannot make him flee H1272 (8686): slingstones H68 H7050 are turned H2015 (8738) with him into stubble H7179.
 Darts H8455 are counted H2803 (8738) as stubble H7179: he laugheth H7832 (8799) at the shaking H7494 of a spear H3591.
 Sharp H2303 stones H2789 [are] under him: he spreadeth H7502 (8799) sharp pointed things H2742 upon the mire H2916.
 He maketh the deep H4688 to boil H7570 (8686) like a pot H5518: he maketh H7760 (8799) the sea H3220 like a pot of ointment H4841.
 He maketh a path H5410 to shine H215 (8686) after H310 him; [one] would think H2803 (8799) the deep H8415 [to be] hoary H7872.
 Upon earth H6083 there is not his like H4915, who is made H6213 (8803) without H1097 fear H2844.
 He beholdeth H7200 (8799) all high H1364 [things]: he [is] a king H4428 over all the children H1121 of pride H7830.
Young’s Literal Translation
Job 41 (YLT)
 Dost thou draw leviathan with an angle? And with a rope thou lettest down-his tongue?
 Dost thou put a reed in his nose? And with a thorn pierce his jaw?
 Doth he multiply unto thee supplications? Doth he speak unto thee tender things?
 Doth he make a covenant with thee? Dost thou take him for a servant age-during?
 Dost thou play with him as a bird? And dost thou bind him for thy damsels?
 (Feast upon him do companions, They divide him among the merchants!)
 Dost thou fill with barbed irons his skin? And with fish-spears his head?
 Place on him thy hand, Remember the battle-do not add!
 Lo, the hope of him is found a liar, Also at his appearance is not one cast down?
 None so fierce that he doth awake him, And who is he before Me stationeth himself?
 Who hath brought before Me and I repay? Under the whole heavens it is mine.
 I do not keep silent concerning his parts, And the matter of might, And the grace of his arrangement.
 Who hath uncovered the face of his clothing? Within his double bridle who doth enter?
 The doors of his face who hath opened? Round about his teeth are terrible.
 A pride-strong ones of shields, Shut up-a close seal.
 One unto another they draw nigh, And air doth not enter between them.
 One unto another they adhere, They stick together and are not separated.
 His sneezings cause light to shine, And his eyes are as the eyelids of the dawn.
 Out of his mouth do flames go, sparks of fire escape.
 Out of his nostrils goeth forth smoke, As a blown pot and reeds.
 His breath setteth coals on fire, And a flame from his mouth goeth forth.
 In his neck lodge doth strength, And before him doth grief exult.
 The flakes of his flesh have adhered- Firm upon him-it is not moved.
 His heart is firm as a stone, Yea, firm as the lower piece.
 From his rising are the mighty afraid, From breakings they keep themselves free.
 The sword of his overtaker standeth not, Spear-dart-and lance.
 He reckoneth iron as straw, brass as rotten wood.
 The son of the bow doth not cause him to flee, Turned by him into stubble are stones of the sling.
 As stubble have darts been reckoned, And he laugheth at the shaking of a javelin.
 Under him are sharp points of clay, He spreadeth gold on the mire.
 He causeth to boil as a pot the deep, The sea he maketh as a pot of ointment.
 After him he causeth a path to shine, One thinketh the deep to be hoary.
 There is not on the earth his like, That is made without terror.
 Every high thing he doth see, He is king over all sons of pride.