Nehemiah

 


Nehemiah (NIV)

(Chapter 1)

1:1 The words of Nehemiah son of Hacaliah: In the month of Kislev in the twentieth year, while I was in the citadel of Susa,
citadel Noun (과거 도시의 주민 피신용) 성채[요새]

1:2 Hanani, one of my brothers, came from Judah with some other men, and I questioned them about the Jewish remnant that survived the exile, and also about Jerusalem.
exile 1.Noun 망명; 추방, 유배 2.망명자, 추방[유배]된 사람 3.Verb 망명을 가게 만들다, 추방[유배]하다

1:11 O Lord, let your ear be attentive to the prayer of this your servant and to the prayer of your servants who delight in revering your name. Give your servant success today by granting him favor in the presence of this man.” I was cupbearer to the king.
cupbearer Noun 역사 (궁정 연회에서) 술 따르는 사람, 잔 드리는 자

(Chapter 2)

2:7 I also said to him, “If it pleases the king, may I have letters to the governors of Trans-Euphrates, so that they will provide me safe-conduct until I arrive in Judah?
safe-conduct 1.Noun (주로 전시의) 안전 통행권[증] 2.호송, 호위 3.T verb …에 안전 통행권을 주다, 호송[호위]하다

2:10 When Sanballat the Horonite and Tobiah the Ammonite official heard about this, they were very much disturbed that someone had come to promote the welfare of the Israelites.
disturbed 1.Adj(충격적인 경험으로 인해) 정신 장애 있는 2.대단히 불행한 3.매우 불안해하는 (→undisturbed)

2:13 By night I went out through the Valley Gate toward the Jackal Well and the Dung Gate, examining the walls of Jerusalem, which had been broken down, and its gates, which had been destroyed by fire.
Jackal Well 용정

(Chapter 3)

3:2 The men of Jericho built the adjoining section, and Zaccur son of Imri built next to them.
adjoining Adj 서로 접한, 옆의; 부근의
adjoin Verb 격식 인접하다, 붙어 있다

3:3 The Fish Gate was rebuilt by the sons of Hassenaah. They laid its beams and put its doors and bolts and bars in place.
bolt 1.Noun 빗장 2.볼트 3.Verb 빗장을 지르다[지를 수 있다]
bar 1.Noun 막대기; 빗장, 가로장; (문·창문의) 문살, 창살 2.막대기 모양의 것, 막대 지금(地金), 쇠지렛대(crowbar)
3.T verb <문에> 빗장을 지르다, 잠그다

3:18 Next to him, the repairs were made by their countrymen under Binnui son of Henadad, ruler of the other half-district of Keilah.
countryman 1.Noun 동포 (남자), 같은 나라 사람 (=compatriot) 2.시골 남자
kinsman (kinswoman) Noun (구식 또는 문예체) 친척, 일가
ascent 1.Noun 올라감 (↔descent) 2.오르막(길), (↔descent) 3.(격식) 상승, 향상
armory 1.Noun 병기고. 2.美군사 주군(州軍) 부대 본부. 3.병기 공장, 조병창.
angle 1.Noun 각도, 각 2.모, 모서리, 귀퉁이, 모퉁이(corner) 3.T verb (어떤 각도로) 움직이다[구부리다]; 비스듬하게 하다, 기울이다

3:25 and Palal son of Uzai worked opposite the angle and the tower projecting from the upper palace near the court of the guard. Next to him, Pedaiah son of Parosh
project 1.VERB 돌출하다. 투영하다 2.예측하다.
projecting: 주욱 뻗어 마주한

(Chapter 4)

4:1 When Sanballat heard that we were rebuilding the wall, he became angry and was greatly incensed. He ridiculed the Jews,
incense 1.Noun (특히 종교 의식에 쓰이는) 향 2.Verb 몹시 화나게[격분하게] 하다

4:2 and in the presence of his associates and the army of Samaria, he said, “What are those feeble Jews doing? Will they restore their wall? Will they offer sacrifices? Will they finish in a day? Can they bring the stones back to life from those heaps of rubble–burned as they are?”
feeble 1.Adj 아주 약한 2.(효과·의지 등이) 허약한, 미미한
rubble Noun (허물어진 건물의) 돌무더기[잔해]

(Chapter 5)

5:3 Others were saying, “We are mortgaging our fields, our vineyards and our homes to get grain during the famine.”
mortgage 1.Noun (담보) 대출(금), 융자(금) 2.Verb 저당 잡히다

5:5 Although we are of the same flesh and blood as our countrymen and though our sons are as good as theirs, yet we have to subject our sons and daughters to slavery. Some of our daughters have already been enslaved, but we are powerless, because our fields and our vineyards belong to others.”
subject somebody/something to something ~로 하여금 ~을 당하게[겪게/시달리게] 만들다

5:7 I pondered them in my mind and then accused the nobles and officials. I told them, “You are exacting usury from your own countrymen!” So I called together a large meeting to deal with them
exacting Adj 힘든, 까다로운 (=demanding)
usury Noun (구식, 못마땅함) 고리대금업
with usury 이자를 붙여서

5:9 So I continued, “What you are doing is not right. Shouldn’t you walk in the fear of our God to avoid the reproach of our Gentile enemies?
reproach 1.Noun 비난, 책망, 나무람 2.비난의 말, 잔소리 3.Verb (실망하여) 비난[책망]하다

(Chapter 6)

6:2 Sanballat and Geshem sent me this message: “Come, let us meet together in one of the villages on the plain of Ono.” But they were scheming to harm me;
scheme 1.Noun 英 (운영) 계획, 제도 (→colour scheme, pension scheme) 2.책략 3.Verb 못마땅함 책략을 꾸미다, 획책하다 (=plot)

6:5 Then, the fifth time, Sanballat sent his aide to me with the same message, and in his hand was an unsealed letter
aide Noun 보좌관

6:13 He had been hired to intimidate me so that I would commit a sin by doing this, and then they would give me a bad name to discredit me.
intimidate Verb (시키는 대로 하도록) 겁을 주다[위협하다]
discredit 1.Verb 존경심[신임]을 떨어뜨리다 2.신빙성을 없애다 3.Noun 불명예 (→credit )

(Chapter 7)

(Chapter 8)

8:15 and that they should proclaim this word and spread it throughout their towns and in Jerusalem: “Go out into the hill country and bring back branches from olive and wild olive trees, and from myrtles, palms and shade trees, to make booths”–as it is written.
myrtle Noun 도금양(관목의 하나. 잎은 반짝거리고 분홍색이나 흰색의 꽃이 피며 암청색의 열매가 달림)

(Chapter 9)

9:11 You divided the sea before them, so that they passed through it on dry ground, but you hurled their pursuers into the depths, like a stone into mighty waters.
hurl 1.Verb (거칠게) 던지다 2.(~에게) 욕, 비난, 모욕 등을 퍼붓다 3.美, 속어 토하다, 게우다

9:18 even when they cast for themselves an image of a calf and said, ‘This is your god, who brought you up out of Egypt,’ or when they committed awful blasphemies.
awful 1.Adj 끔찍한, 지독한 2.(특히 양적으로 많음을 강조하는 의미로) 엄청 3.美 되게, 굉장히

9:26 “But they were disobedient and rebelled against you; they put your law behind their backs. They killed your prophets, who had admonished them in order to turn them back to you; they committed awful blasphemies.
admonish 1.Verb 꾸짖다, 책망하다 (=reprove) 2.(강력히) 충고하다

9:29 “You warned them to return to your law, but they became arrogant and disobeyed your commands. They sinned against your ordinances, by which a man will live if he obeys them.
Stubbornly they turned their backs on you, became stiff-necked and refused to listen.
ordinance Noun 격식 법령, 조례

9:32 “Now therefore, O our God, the great, mighty and awesome God, who keeps his covenant of love, do not let all this hardship seem trifling in your eyes–the hardship that has come upon us, upon our kings and leaders, upon our priests and prophets, upon our fathers and all your people, from the days of the kings of Assyria until today.
awesome 1.Adj 경탄할 만한, 어마어마한, 엄청난 2.美, 기막히게 좋은, 굉장한
trifling Adj 격식 하찮은, 사소한 (=trivial)

9:38 “In view of all this, we are making a binding agreement, putting it in writing, and our leaders, our Levites and our priests are affixing their seals to it.”
affix 1.Verb 격식 부착하다, 붙이다 2.Noun 문법 접사(접두사, 접미사 등)

(Chapter 10)

10:31 “When the neighboring peoples bring merchandise or grain to sell on the Sabbath, we will not buy from them on the Sabbath or on any holy day. Every seventh year we will forgo working the land and will cancel all debts.
forgo ( forego ) Verb (하고·갖고 싶은 것을) 포기하다

(Chapter 11)
(Chapter 12)

12:36 and his associates–Shemaiah, Azarel, Milalai, Gilalai, Maai, Nethanel, Judah and Hanani–with musical instruments prescribed by David the man of God. Ezra the scribe led the procession.
procession 1.Noun (특히 의식의 일부로 하는) 행진, 행렬 2.(차례로 나타나는 사람들의) 줄[행렬]

(Chapter 13)

13:17 I rebuked the nobles of Judah and said to them, “What is this wicked thing you are doing–desecrating the Sabbath day?
desecrate Verb (신성한 것을) 훼손하다

13:31 I also made provision for contributions of wood at designated times, and for the firstfruits. Remember me with favor, O my God.
provision 1.Noun 공급, 제공 2.대비, 준비 3.Verb 격식 (특히 특정 기간 동안 필요한 식량을) 공급하다

 

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