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Surely in a night bAr of Moab is devastated and ruined;
Surely in a night Kir of Moab is devastated and ruined.
Moab wails over Nebo and Medeba;
Everyone’s head is bbald and every beard is cut off.
3 In their streets they have girded themselves with asackcloth;
bOn their housetops and in their squares
4 aHeshbon and Elealeh also cry out,
Their voice is heard all the way to Jahaz;
Therefore the 1armed men of Moab cry aloud;
His soul trembles within him.
His fugitives are as far as aZoar and Eglath-shelishiyah,
For they go up the bascent of Luhith weeping;
Surely on the road to Horonaim they raise a cry of distress cover their ruin.
Surely the grass is withered, the tender grass 2died out,
There is bno green thing.
7 Therefore the aabundance which they have acquired and stored up
They carry off over the brook of 1Arabim.
Its wail goes as far as Eglaim and its wailing even to Beer-elim.
9 For the waters of Dimon are full of 1blood;
Surely I will bring added woes upon Dimon,
A alion upon the fugitives of Moab and upon the remnant of the land.
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