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Certain • Certainty • Sith
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The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Certain; Certainly; Certainty
Certain; Certainly; Certainty [Heb. (’el-) nāḵôn—‘established, substantiated’] (Dt. 13:14 [MT 15]; 17:14); AV also “in very deed”; NEB also “it is shown that”; [Aram (min-) yaṣîḇ—‘established, reliable’] (Dnl. 2:8, 45); NEB SURE, “it is clear to me”; [Gk. alēthó̄s—‘truly’] (Mt. 26:73; Mk. 14:70);
Sith
Sith The AV translation of the emphatic Hebrew asseveration ʾim-lōʾ (similarly LXX ei mḗn) in Ezk. 35:6 (RSV “because”; NEB “most surely”), which simply means “certainly” (cf. GKC § 149b).
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
CERTAIN; CERTAINLY; CERTAINTY
CERTAIN; CERTAINLY; CERTAINTY<ser’-tin>, <ser’-tin-li>, <ser’tin-ti>: The rendering of some Hebrew words and forms expressive of what is definitely settled or determined.1. Translation of the Hebrew נָכוֹן‎ [nakhon], “to be established” or “fixed,” as in Deuteronomy 13:14 (Heb 15); 17:4;
SITH
SITH<sith>: An Anglo-Saxon word meaning “afterward,” “since” (Ezekiel 35:6 the King James Version and the English Revised Version, the American Standard Revised Version “since”).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
Certain, Certainly, Certainty
CERTAIN, sẽr′tin, CERTAINLY, sērʹtin-li, CERTAINTY, sẽr′tin-ti: The rendering of some Heb words and forms expressive of what is definitely settled or determined.(1) Tr of the Heb נָכוֹן‎, nākhōn, “to be established” or “fixed,” as in Dt 13:14 (Heb 15); 17:4: 1 S 23:23 (cf Ex 16:4, “a certain rate
Sith
SITH, sith: An Anglo-Saxon word meaning “afterward,” “since” (Ezk 35:6 AV and ERV, ARV “since”).