Psalms 2 (NIV)

 


Psalms (NIV)

Book 3: Chapter 73-89

(Chapter 73)

73:5 They are free from the burdens common to man; they are not plagued by human ills.
plague 1.Noun(=bubonic plague) 2.전염병(=epidemic) 3.Verb (한동안 고통문제로) 괴롭히다 (=trouble)

73:7 From their callous hearts comes iniquity; the evil conceits of their minds know no limits.
callous Adj 냉담한 (=cruel, unfeeling)
iniquity Noun 격식 부당성, 부당한 것
conceit 1.Noun 못마땅함 자만심 2.Noun 격식 (특히 기발하긴 하나 성공적이지는 못한 예술적) 효과[장치] 3. Noun 전문 용어 (말이나 글에서 기발한) 비유 (=metaphor)

73:16 When I tried to understand all this, it was oppressive to me
oppressive 1.Adj 억압[탄압]하는, 억압적인 2.숨이 막힐 듯한, 후텁지근한(=stifling) 3.(근심·걱정으로) 답답한[질식할 것 같은] (=stifling)
oppress 1.Verb 탄압[억압]하다 2.압박감을 주다, 우울하게 만들다 (=weigh down)

73:21 When my heart was grieved and my spirit embittered,
embitter Verb (오랜 시간 동안) 원통하게[쓰라리게] 만들다

73:22 I was senseless and ignorant; I was a brute beast before you.
brute 1.Noun 때로 유머 짐승[야수] (같은 자) 2.(큰) 동물[짐승] 3.Adj신체적인 힘[폭력]에만 의존하는

73:24 You guide me with your counsel, and afterward you will take me into glory.
counsel 1.Noun 격식 (원로나 전문가에 의한) 조언[충고] 2.법률 (법정에서 누구를 대신하는) 변호인[변호인단] 3.Verb (전문적인) 상담을 하다

(Chapter 74)

74:1 Why have you rejected us forever, O God? Why does your anger smolder against the sheep of your pasture?
smolder (smoulder) 1.T verb 그을려서 검게 하다 2.I verb 그을다, 연기 피우다, 연기만 피운채 타 버리다(out)

74:5 They behaved like men wielding axes to cut through a thicket of trees.
wield 1.Verb (권력·권위 등을) 행사하다 2.Verb (무기·도구를) 휘두르다[들다] (=brandish)
thicket 1.Noun 덤불, 잡목 숲 2.복잡하게 뒤얽힌 것

74:6 They smashed all the carved paneling with their axes and hatchets.
hatchet Noun (한 손으로 잡을 수 있는 작은) 손도끼

74:10 How long will the enemy mock you, O God? Will the foe revile your name forever?
revile Verb 격식 매도하다

74:23 Do not ignore the clamor of your adversaries, the uproar of your enemies, which rises continually.
clamor (clamour) 1.Noun (군중 등의) 시끄러운 외침, 떠들썩함 2.(불평·항의·요구 등의) 부르짖음, 아우성, 소란(uproar) (against, for)
3.I verb 외치다, 떠들어 대다, 시끄럽게 굴다; (…할 것을) 강력히 요구[반대]하다 (for, against, to do)
uproar 1.Noun 대소동, 소란 2.엄청난 논란 (=outcry)

(Chapter 75)

75:8 In the hand of the LORD is a cup full of foaming wine mixed with spices; he pours it out, and all the wicked of the earth drink it down to its very dregs.
dreg 1.Noun [보통 pl.] 잔재, 찌꺼기, 앙금; 하찮은 것, 쓰레기 2.적은 분량의 나머지

(Chapter 76)

76:4 You are resplendent with light, more majestic than mountains rich with game.
resplendent Adj 격식 또는 문예체 눈부시게 빛나는[멋진]
majestic Adj 장엄한, 위풍당당한 (=awe-inspiring, splendid)

76:5 Valiant men lie plundered, they sleep their last sleep; not one of the warriors can lift his hands.
valiant Adj 특히 문예체 용맹한, 단호한 (=courageous)

76:9 when you, O God, rose up to judge, to save all the afflicted of the land. Selah
afflicted 1.Adj 괴로워하는, 고민하는 2. [the ~, 명사적] 고통받는[괴로워하는] 사람들

76:10 Surely your wrath against men brings you praise, and the survivors of your wrath are restrained.
restrained 1.Adj자제하는, 차분한 2.(색깔·장식 등이) 절제된 (=discreet)

(Chapter 77)

77:16 The waters saw you, O God, the waters saw you and writhed; the very depths were convulsed.
convulse 1.Verb 경련을 일으키게 하다, 경련하다 2.포복절도하다, 화가 나서 온몸을 부들부들 떨다 등

77:18 Your thunder was heard in the whirlwind, your lightning lit up the world; the earth trembled and quaked.
whirlwind 1.Noun 회오리바람, 돌개바람 2.<많은 일들이 정신없이 이어지는 상황> 3.Adj 정신없이 빠르게 진행되는

(Chapter 78)

78:18 They willfully put God to the test by demanding the food they craved.
crave 1.Verb 갈망[열망]하다 (=long for) 2.英, 옛글투 …을 간절히 청하다

78:20 When he struck the rock, water gushed out, and streams flowed abundantly. But can he also give us food? Can he supply meat for his people?”
gush 1.Verb (액체가) 솟구치다[쏟아져 나오다] 2.(액체를 갑자기) 쏟아 내다 3.Noun (액체가 많은 양이) 솟구침[분출]

78:31 God’s anger rose against them; he put to death the sturdiest among them, cutting down the young men of Israel.
sturdy 1.Adj튼튼한, 견고한 (=robust) 2.튼튼한, 건장한 3.확고한, 단호한 (=firm, determined)

78:33 So he ended their days in futility and their years in terror.
futility 1.Noun [U] 무용(無用), 헛됨, 무가치, 무익; [U] 공허 2.쓸데없는 사물 3.경박한 행동, 무익한 언동, 어리석은 행동, 헛된 노력

78:38 Yet he was merciful; he forgave their iniquities and did not destroy them. Time after time he restrained his anger and did not stir up his full wrath.
iniquity Noun 격식 부당성, 부당한 것, 부정

78:41 Again and again they put God to the test; they vexed the Holy One of Israel.
vex Verb 구식 또는 격식 성가시게[짜증나게]하다, 노엽게하다

78:45 He sent swarms of flies that devoured them, and frogs that devastated them.
devastate 1.Verb (한 장소나 지역을) 완전히 파괴하다 2.(사람에게) 엄청난 충격을 주다, 비탄에 빠뜨리다.
휩쓸다, 황폐하게 하다, 유린하다

78:47 He destroyed their vines with hail and their sycamore-figs with sleet.
sleet 1.Noun 진눈깨비 2.Verb 진눈깨비가 오다

78:49 He unleashed against them his hot anger, his wrath, indignation and hostility–a band of destroying angels.
unleash Verb (강력한 반응·감정 등을) 촉발시키다[불러일으키다]
anger 1.Noun 화, 분노 2.Verb 화나게 하다
wrath Noun 구식 또는 격식 (극도의) 분노, 노여움
indignation Noun 분개, 분함
hostility 1.Noun 적의, 적대감, 적개심 2.(생각·계획 등에 대한) 강한 반대[반감] 3.격식 (전쟁에서의) 전투, 교전

78:53 He guided them safely, so they were unafraid; but the sea engulfed their enemies.
engulf 1.Verb 완전히 에워싸다, 휩싸다 2.(강한 감정 등이) 사로잡다

78:57 Like their fathers they were disloyal and faithless, as unreliable as a faulty bow.
faulty 1.Adj 흠[결함]이 있는, 불완전한 (=defective) 2. 잘못된

78:65 Then the Lord awoke as from sleep, as a man wakes from the stupor of wine.
stupor Noun (술·약물·충격으로 인한) 인사불성

(Chapter 79)

79:4 We are objects of reproach to our neighbors, of scorn and derision to those around us.
reproach 1.Noun 비난, 책망, 나무람 2.비난의 말, 잔소리 3.Verb (실망하여) 비난[책망]하다
scorn 1.Noun 경멸[멸시](감), (=contempt) 2.Verb 경멸[멸시]하다 (=dismiss)
derision Noun 조롱, 조소 (=scorn)

79:12 Pay back into the laps of our neighbors seven times the reproach they have hurled at you, O Lord.
hurl 1.Verb (거칠게) 던지다 2.욕, 비난, 모욕 등을 퍼붓다 3.美, 속어 토하다, 게우다

79:13 Then we your people, the sheep of your pasture, will praise you forever; from generation to generation we will recount your praise.
recount Verb 격식 (특히 자기가 경험한 것에 대해) 이야기하다[말하다]

(Chapter 80)

80:4 O LORD God Almighty, how long will your anger smolder against the prayers of your people?
smolder (smoulder) 1.T verb 그을려 검게 하다 2.I verb 그을다, 연기 피우다, 연기만 피운채 타 버리다(out)

80:6 You have made us a source of contention to our neighbors, and our enemies mock us.
contention 1.Noun 논쟁, 언쟁 (=dispute) 2.(특히 논쟁에서 표현하는) 주장[견해]
mock 1.Verb(흉내를 내며) 놀리다[조롱하다] (=make fun of) 2.격식 무시[경시]하다 3.Adj 거짓된, 가짜의 (=sham)

80:11 It sent out its boughs to the Sea, its shoots as far as the River.
bough Noun 격식 또는 문예체 (나무의 큰) 가지

80:13 Boars from the forest ravage it and the creatures of the field feed on it.
boar 1.Noun 야생돼지 2.(거세 안 한) 수퇘지 (→hog, sow)
ravage Verb 황폐[피폐]하게 만들다, 유린[파괴]하다 (=devastate)

(Chapter 81)

81:4 this is a decree for Israel, an ordinance of the God of Jacob.
decree 1.Noun 법령, 칙령 2.(법원의) 결정[판결] 3.Verb (법령판결 등에 따라) 명하다[결정하다]
ordinance Noun (격식) 법령, 조례

81:5 He established it as a statute for Joseph when he went out against Egypt, where we heard a language we did not understand.
statute 1.Noun 법규, 법령 2.(조직·기관의) 규정, (학교의) 학칙

81:7 In your distress you called and I rescued you, I answered you out of a thundercloud; I tested you at the waters of Meribah. Selah
thundercloud Noun 뇌운(雷雲)

81:15 Those who hate the LORD would cringe before him, and their punishment would last forever.
cringe 1.Verb (겁이 나서) 움츠리다[움찔하다] (=cower) 2.민망하다

(Chapter 82)

82:1 God presides in the great assembly; he gives judgment among the “gods”:
preside Verb (회의·의식 등을) 주재[주도]하다

82:2 “How long will you defend the unjust and show partiality to the wicked? Selah
partiality 1.Noun 편애, 편파(적 지지), (↔impartiality), (=bias) 2.~을 아주 좋아함 (=fondness)

82:3 Defend the cause of the weak and fatherless; maintain the rights of the poor and oppressed.
maintain 1.Verb (수준 등을 동일하게) 유지하다[지키다] (=preserve) 2.(건물·기계 등을 점검·보수해 가며) 유지하다
3.(다른 사람들이 동의하거나 믿지 않는데도 불구하고 무엇이 사실임을 계속) 주장하다 (=insist)

(Chapter 83)

83:1 O God, do not keep silent; be not quiet, O God, be not still.
silent 1.Adj 말을 안 하는, 침묵을 지키는, 조용한 2.별로 말이 없는, 말수가 적은(=quiet) 3.(소음이 별로 없고) 조용한 (=quiet)
quiet 1.Adj(소리가 거의 없이) 조용한 2.(사람들소음활동이 거의 없어) 조용한[한산한] 3.Noun 고요
still 1.Adv 아직(도) (계속해서) 2. 그런데도, 그럼에도 불구하고 3.Adj 가만히 있는, 고요한, 정지한

83:2 See how your enemies are astir, how your foes rear their heads.
astir 1.Adv, Adj 움직이어; 활기를 띠어, 웅성거려(with) 2.(잠자리에서) 일어나
rear 1.T Verb <아이를> 기르다, 교육하다; <가족을> 부양하다 2.사육하다, 재배하다, 길들이다 3.I verb <말 등이> 뒷다리로 서다 (up)

83:3 With cunning they conspire against your people; they plot against those you cherish.
cherish 1.Verb 소중히 여기다, 아끼다 2.(마음속에) 간직하다

83:13 Make them like tumbleweed, O my God, like chaff before the wind.
tumbleweed Noun 회전초(가을이 되면 줄기 밑동에서 떨어져 공 모양으로 바람에 날리는 잡초)

(Chapter 84)

84:2 My soul yearns, even faints, for the courts of the LORD; my heart and my flesh cry out for the living God.
yearn Verb 문예체 갈망하다, 동경하다 (=long)

84:5 Blessed are those whose strength is in you, who have set their hearts on pilgrimage.
pilgrimage 1.Noun 순례, 성지 참배 2.(비유적으로 명소 방문·고적 참배 등의 여행을 뜻하는) 순례

(Chapter 85)

(Chapter 86)

86:11 Teach me your way, O LORD, and I will walk in your truth; give me an undivided heart, that I may fear your name.
undivided 1.Adj 분리[분할]되지 않은 2. 전적인, 완전한

86:14 The arrogant are attacking me, O God; a band of ruthless men seeks my life–men without regard for you.
ruthless Adj 못마땅함 무자비한, 가차 없는, 인정사정없는

(Chapter 87)

(Chapter 88)

88:8 You have taken from me my closest friends and have made me repulsive to them. I am confined and cannot escape;
repulsive 1.Adj 역겨운, 혐오스러운 (=disgusting)

88:12 Are your wonders known in the place of darkness, or your righteous deeds in the land of oblivion?
oblivion 1.Noun 의식[자각]하지 못하는 상태 2.(명성·중요성 등을 잃고) 잊혀짐, 망각(=obscurity) 3.(완전 파괴되어) 흔적도 없이 사라짐

88:15 From my youth I have been afflicted and close to death; I have suffered your terrors and am in despair.
afflict Verb 격식 괴롭히다, 피해를 입히다

88:17 All day long they surround me like a flood; they have completely engulfed me.
engulf 1.Verb 완전히 에워싸다, 휩싸다 2.(강한 감정 등이) 사로잡다

(Chapter 89)

89:13 Your arm is endued with power; your hand is strong, your right hand exalted.
endue 1.Tverb 문어 [종종 수동형으로] (능력·재능 등을) …에게 부여하다(endow) (with) 2.<옷을> 입다, <사람에게> 입히다(clothe) ((with))

89:15 Blessed are those who have learned to acclaim you, who walk in the light of your presence, O LORD.
acclaim 1.Verb 칭송하다, 환호를 보내다 2.Noun (특히 예술적 업적에 대한) 찬사[칭찬]

89:16 They rejoice in your name all day long; they exult in your righteousness.
exult Verb 격식 기뻐서 어쩔 줄 모르다, 의기양양하다

89:22 No enemy will subject him to tribute; no wicked man will oppress him.
tribute 1.Noun (특히 죽은 사람에게 바치는) 헌사[찬사] 2.…의 효력[영향력]을 입증하는 것 3.공물(특히 과거 속국이 종주국에 바치던 것)

89:30 “If his sons forsake my law and do not follow my statutes, 
89:31 if they violate my decrees and fail to keep my commands,
statute 1.Noun 법규, 법령 2.(조직·기관의) 규정, (학교의) 학칙
decree 1.Noun 법령, 칙령 2.(법원의) 결정[판결] 3.Verb (법령판결 등에 따라) 명하다[결정하다]
command 1.Noun 명령 2.(컴퓨터에 대한) 명령어 3.Verb 명령하다, 지시하다 (=order)

89:32 I will punish their sin with the rod, their iniquity with flogging;
iniquity Noun 격식 부당성, 부당한 것

89:38 But you have rejected, you have spurned, you have been very angry with your anointed one.
spurn Verb 퇴짜 놓다, 일축하다 (=shun)

89:39 You have renounced the covenant with your servant and have defiled his crown in the dust.
renounce 1.Verb (직함·직책 등을 공식적으로) 포기[단념]하다, 포기를 선언하다 (=give up) 2.(어떤 신조·행위 등을 공식적으로 선언하며) 버리다[그만두다] 3.의절을 선언하다 (=disown) (→renunciation)

89:40 You have broken through all his walls and reduced his strongholds to ruins.
stronghold 1.Noun (특정 사상·집단의) 근거지[중심지], (특히 특정 정당의) 지지 지역 2.성채, 요새 3.(특정 동물의) 활동 무대[서식지]
fortress Noun 요새

89:45 You have cut short the days of his youth; you have covered him with a mantle of shame. Selah
mantle 1.Noun 문예체 (특히 남에게 물려주게 되는 중요한) ~의 역할[책임] 2.문예체 (표면을 덮고 있는) 꺼풀 3.Verb 문예체 (표면을) 덮다

89:47 Remember how fleeting is my life. For what futility you have created all men!
futility 1.Noun [U] 무용(無用), 헛됨, 무가치, 무익; [U] 공허 2.쓸데없는 사물 3.경박한 행동, 무익한 언동, 어리석은 행동, 헛된 노력

89:50 Remember, Lord, how your servant has been mocked, how I bear in my heart the taunts of all the nations,
mock 1.Verb (특히 흉내를 내며) 놀리다[조롱하다] (=make fun of) 2.무시[경시]하다 3.Adj 거짓된, 가짜의 (=sham)
taunt 1.Verb 놀리다, 비웃다, 조롱하다 2.Noun 놀림, 비웃음, 조롱

 

Book 4: Chapter 90-106

(Chapter 90)

90:2 Before the mountains were born or you brought forth the earth and the world, from everlasting to everlasting you are God.
bring forth — 을 낳다.

90:7 We are consumed by your anger and terrified by your indignation.
indignation Noun 분개, 분함, 분노

90:8 You have set our iniquities before you, our secret sins in the light of your presence.
iniquity Noun 격식 부당성, 부당한 것, 죄악

90:10 The length of our days is seventy years–or eighty, if we have the strength; yet their span is but trouble and sorrow, for they quickly pass, and we fly away.
span 1.Noun (어떤 일이 지속되는) 기간[시간] (→lifespan) 2.(포괄하는) 폭[범위], 다양성 3.Verb (얼마의 기간에) 걸치다[걸쳐 이어지다]

90:11 Who knows the power of your anger? For your wrath is as great as the fear that is due you.
due 1.Adj ~로 인한[~에 의한], ~ 때문[덕분]에 2. ~하기로 되어 있는[예정된] 3.Noun ~에게 마땅히 주어져야 하는 것

90:12 Teach us to number our days aright, that we may gain a heart of wisdom.
aright Adv 구식 옳게, 제대로

90:13 Relent, O LORD! How long will it be? Have compassion on your servants.
relent 1.Verb (거부하다가 마침내) 동의하다 (=give in) 2.(기세·강도 등이) 수그러들다[누그러지다], 노여움을 풀다

90:15 Make us glad for as many days as you have afflicted us, for as many years as we have seen trouble.
afflict Verb 격식 괴롭히다, 피해를 입히다

 (Chapter 91)

91:3 Surely he will save you from the fowler’s snare and from the deadly pestilence.
fowler Noun 들새를 잡는 사람, 새 사냥꾼
pestilence Noun 옛글투 또는 문예체 악성 전염병, 역병

91:4 He will cover you with his feathers, and under his wings you will find refuge; his faithfulness will be your shield and rampart.
rampart Noun 성곽, 성벽

91:6 nor the pestilence that stalks in the darkness, nor the plague that destroys at midday.
stalk 1.T verb <사냥감·사람 등에> 몰래 접근하다, 가만히 뒤를 밟다, <이성에게> 집요하게 추근대다
2.<병·재해 등이> <어떤 지방에> 만연하다, 퍼지다 3.I verb 젠체하며 걷다, 으스대며 걷다, 활보하다

91:10 then no harm will befall you, no disaster will come near your tent.
befall Verb 문예체 닥치다

(Chapter 92)

92:11 My eyes have seen the defeat of my adversaries; my ears have heard the rout of my wicked foes.
rout 1.Noun 완패, 궤멸 2.Verb 완패[궤멸]시키다

(Chapter 93)

(Chapter 94)

94:3 How long will the wicked, O LORD, how long will the wicked be jubilant?
jubilant Adj 승리감에 넘치는, 득의만면한, 의기양양한

94:5 They crush your people, O LORD; they oppress your inheritance.
oppress 1.Verb 탄압[억압]하다 2.압박감을 주다, 우울하게 만들다 (=weigh down)

94:7 They say, “The LORD does not see; the God of Jacob pays no heed.”
heed Verb 격식 (남의 충고경고에) 주의를 기울이다 (=take notice of)

94:8 Take heed, you senseless ones among the people; you fools, when will you become wise?
take heed of …을 주의하다, 조심하다, 중시하다

94:11 The LORD knows the thoughts of man; he knows that they are futile.
futile [fjuːtl] Adj 헛된, 소용없는 (=pointless)

94:20 Can a corrupt throne be allied with you–one that brings on misery by its decrees?
allied 1.Adj 동맹한, 연합한 2.격식 동종의, 관련된 (→ally)
misery 1.Noun (정신적·육체적으로 심한) 고통 (=distress) 2.빈곤 (=poverty) 3.고통(을 안겨 주는 것)
decree 1.Noun 법령, 칙령 2.(법원의) 결정[판결] 3.Verb (법령판결 등에 따라) 명하다[결정하다]

(Chapter 95)

95:2 Let us come before him with thanksgiving and extol him with music and song.
extol Verb 격식 극찬[격찬]하다

(Chapter 96)

(Chapter 97)

97:2 Clouds and thick darkness surround him; righteousness and justice are the foundation of his throne.
justice 1.Noun 공평성 (↔injustice) (→poetic justice, rough justice) 2.공정성, 정당성 (↔injustice) 3.사법, 재판 (→miscarriage of justice)
righteousness 1.Noun 정의, 정직, 공정; 당연. 2.고결한[의로운] 행위.

(Chapter 98)

(Chapter 99)

(Chapter 100)

(Chapter 101)

(Chapter 102)

102:3 For my days vanish like smoke; my bones burn like glowing embers.
ember Noun (장작·숯이 타다 남은) 잉걸불[불잉걸]

102:4 My heart is blighted and withered like grass; I forget to eat my food.
blight 1.Verb 망치다, 엉망으로 만들다 2.Noun (곡식의) 병충해

102:8 All day long my enemies taunt me; those who rail against me use my name as a curse.
taunt 1.Verb 놀리다, 비웃다, 조롱하다 2.Noun 놀림, 비웃음, 조롱
rail I verb 욕하다, 꾸짖다; 조롱하다; 불평하다 (at, against)

102:9 For I eat ashes as my food and mingle my drink with tears
mingle 1.Verb 섞이다, 어우러지다; 섞다, 어우르다 2.(사교 행사에서 사람들 사이를) 돌아다니다, (사람들과) 어울리다 (=circulate)

102:12 But you, O LORD, sit enthroned forever; your renown endures through all generations.
renown Noun 격식 명성
endure 1.Verb 견디다, 참다, 인내하다 (=bear) 2.오래가다[지속되다] (=last)

102:14 For her stones are dear to your servants; her very dust moves them to pity.
dear 1.Adj (…가) 사랑하는, (…에게) 소중한 2.…에게[께], …씨 보십시오[…께 드립니다] 3.Interjection 이런[저런/맙소사/어머나](놀람충격짜증걱정 등을 나타냄)

102:15 The nations will fear the name of the LORD, all the kings of the earth will revere your glory.
revere Verb 격식 숭배하다 (=idolize)

102:17 He will respond to the prayer of the destitute; he will not despise their plea.
destitute 1.Adj극빈한, 궁핍한 2.극빈자들 3.격식 …이 없는

(Chapter 103)

103:1 Praise the LORD, O my soul; all my inmost being, praise his holy name.
inmost 1.Adj 맨 안쪽의, 가장 깊은 속의 2.마음 깊은 곳의, 내심의, 깊이 간직한 <감정 등>

103:18 with those who keep his covenant and remember to obey his precepts.
precept Noun 격식 (행동) 수칙, 계율 (=principle)

103:22 Praise the LORD, all his works everywhere in his dominion. Praise the LORD, O my soul.
dominion 1.Noun 문예체 지배[통치](권) 2.격식 영토, 영지 3.영연방 자치령 (→colony, protectorate)

(Chapter 104)

104:1 Praise the LORD, O my soul. O LORD my God, you are very great; you are clothed with splendor and majesty.
splendor ( splendour ) 1.Noun 훌륭함, 장려(壯麗), 화려함 2.(명성 등의) 현저, 탁월; 영예, 영광 3.빛남, 광휘, 광채(brilliance)
majesty 1.Noun 장엄함, 위풍당당함 2.폐하 3.왕권

104:11 They give water to all the beasts of the field; the wild donkeys quench their thirst.
quench 1.Verb (갈증을) 풀다 (=slake) 2.격식 (타는 불을) 끄다 (=extinguish)

104:18 The high mountains belong to the wild goats; the crags are a refuge for the coneys.
cony Noun 토끼의 모피, 토끼(coney)

104:20 You bring darkness, it becomes night, and all the beasts of the forest prowl.
prowl 1.Verb (먹이를 찾아 살금살금) 돌아다니다 2.(범행 대상을 찾아) 돌아다니다[배회하다] 3.(지루함초조함 등으로) 서성거리다[어슬렁거리다]

104:25 There is the sea, vast and spacious, teeming with creatures beyond number–living things both large and small.
teem 1.I verb 충만하다, 풍부하다, 비옥하다 ((with)); [문어] 가득 차다, 많이 있다(abound) 2.I verb [폐어] 임신하다, 아이를 낳다

104:26 There the ships go to and fro, and the leviathan, which you formed to frolic there.
frolic 1.Verb 즐겁게 뛰놀다 2.Noun 구식 (걱정책임 등을 잊고 즐기는) 놀이[장난]

(Chapter 105)

105:18 They bruised his feet with shackles, his neck was put in irons,
bruise 1.Verb 멍[흠]이 생기다[생기게 하다], 타박상을 입(히)다 2.의기소침하게 만들다, 마음에 상처를 주다
3.Noun 멍, 타박상

105:31 He spoke, and there came swarms of flies, and gnats throughout their country.
gnat Noun 각다귀

105:37 He brought out Israel, laden with silver and gold, and from among their tribes no one faltered.
laden 1.Adj (~을) 잔뜩 실은[든/진] (→unladen) 2.문예체 (특히 불쾌한 것이) 가득한 3.(형용사를 형성하여) …이 가득한
falter 1.Verb 불안정해지다, 흔들리다 (=waver) 2.(자신이 없어 목소리가) 흔들리다[더듬거리다] 3.(자신감 부족으로 걸음이나 행동이) 흔들리다[머뭇거리다]

105:40 They asked, and he brought them quail and satisfied them with the bread of heaven.
quail 1.Noun 메추라기, 메추라기 고기 2.Verb 문예체 겁을 먹다

105:41 He opened the rock, and water gushed out; like a river it flowed in the desert.
gush 1.Verb (액체가) 솟구치다[쏟아져 나오다] 2.(액체를 갑자기) 쏟아 내다 3.Noun (액체가 많은 양이) 솟구침[분출]

105:45 that they might keep his precepts and observe his laws. Praise the LORD.
precept Noun 격식 (행동) 수칙, 계율 (=principle)

(Chapter 106)

106:14 In the desert they gave in to their craving; in the wasteland they put God to the test.
craving Noun 갈망, 열망

106:23 So he said he would destroy them–had not Moses, his chosen one, stood in the breach before him to keep his wrath from destroying them.
breach 1.Noun 위반 2.~을 저버림, ~의 파괴[파기] 3.Verb (합의나 약속을) 위반하다[어기다] (=break)
in the breach 난국에 대처하다.

106:30 But Phinehas stood up and intervened, and the plague was checked.
intervene 1.Verb (상황 개선을 돕기 위해) 개입하다 2.(다른 사람이 말하는 데) 끼어들다[가로막다] 3.(방해가 되는 일이) 생기다[일어나다]
check 견제하다.

106:33 for they rebelled against the Spirit of God, and rash words came from Moses’ lips.
rash 1.Noun 발진 (→spot) 2.많음; 다발, 빈발 (=spate) 3.Adj 경솔한, 성급한 (=impulsive, reckless)

106:38 They shed innocent blood, the blood of their sons and daughters, whom they sacrificed to the idols of Canaan, and the land was desecrated by their blood.
desecrate Verb (신성한 것을) 훼손하다

Book 5: Chapter 107-150

(Chapter 107)

107:10 Some sat in darkness and the deepest gloom, prisoners suffering in iron chains,
gloom 1.Noun 우울, 침울 (=depression) 2.문예체 어둠

107:18 They loathed all food and drew near the gates of death.
loathe Verb 혐오하다 (=detest)

107:26 They mounted up to the heavens and went down to the depths; in their peril their courage melted away.
peril 1.Noun (심각한) 위험 2.위험성, 유해함

107:27 They reeled and staggered like drunken men; they were at their wits’ end.
reel 1.Noun 특히 英 (실·전선·필름 등을 감는) 릴, 얼레 2.(스코틀랜드·아일랜드·미국에서 보통 2명이나 4명이 추는 빠른 춤. 또는 그 춤곡) 3.Verb 비틀[휘청]거리다 (=stagger)
stagger 1.Verb 비틀[휘청]거리다, 비틀[휘청]거리며 가다 (=totter) 2.큰 충격을 주다, 깜짝 놀라게 하다 (=amaze) 3. (진행되는 일에) 시차를 두다

107:39 Then their numbers decreased, and they were humbled by oppression, calamity and sorrow;
calamity Noun 재앙, 재난 (=disaster)

107:40 he who pours contempt on nobles made them wander in a trackless waste.
contempt 1.Noun 경멸, 멸시 2.(법규·위험 등을) 개의하지 않음, 무시

107:43 Whoever is wise, let him heed these things and consider the great love of the LORD.
heed Verb 격식 (남의 충고경고에) 주의를 기울이다 (=take notice of)

(Chapter 108)

108:7 God has spoken from his sanctuary: “In triumph I will parcel out Shechem and measure off the Valley of Succoth.
parcel something out (여러 부분으로·여러 사람들이 서로) ~을 나누다

(Chapter 109)

109:7 When he is tried, let him be found guilty, and may his prayers condemn him.
condemn 1.Verb (보통 도덕적인 이유로) 규탄[비난]하다 2.선고를 내리다 (=sentence) 3.(좋지 않은 상황에) 처하게 만들다 (=doom)

109:16 For he never thought of doing a kindness, but hounded to death the poor and the needy and the brokenhearted.
hound 1.Noun 사냥개 (→Afghan hound, bloodhound, foxhound, greyhound, wolfhound) 2. 따라다니며 괴롭히다 (=harass)

109:24 My knees give way from fasting; my body is thin and gaunt.
gaunt 1.Adj 수척한, 아주 여윈 2. 삭막한

109:25 I am an object of scorn to my accusers; when they see me, they shake their heads.
scorn 1.Noun 경멸[멸시](감), (=contempt) 2.Verb 경멸[멸시]하다 (=dismiss)

109:29 My accusers will be clothed with disgrace and wrapped in shame as in a cloak.
disgrace 1.Noun 망신, 수치, 불명예 (=shame) 2.망신[수치]스러운 사람[것] 3.Verb (체면에) 먹칠하다
shame 1.Noun (자기가 한 짓에 대해 갖는) 수치심[창피/(남)부끄러움] 2.격식 창피(해 할 줄 아는 마음) 3.Verb 창피스럽게[부끄럽게] 하다

109:30 With my mouth I will greatly extol the LORD; in the great throng I will praise him.
extol Verb 격식 극찬[격찬]하다
throng 1.Noun 문예체 인파, 군중 2.Verb 문예체 (떼를 지어) 모여들다[모여 있다]

(Chapter 110)

110:3 Your troops will be willing on your day of battle. Arrayed in holy majesty, from the womb of the dawn you will receive the dew of your youth.
arrayed Adj 문예체 (특히 멋진 옷을) 입은

(Chapter 111)

111:3 Glorious and majestic are his deeds, and his righteousness endures forever.
majestic Adj 장엄한, 위풍당당한 (=awe-inspiring, splendid)

(Chapter 112)

112:10 The wicked man will see and be vexed, he will gnash his teeth and waste away; the longings of the wicked will come to nothing.
vex Verb 구식 또는 격식 성가시게[짜증나게]하다

(Chapter 113)

113:6 who stoops down to look on the heavens and the earth?
stoop 1.Verb 몸을 굽히다[구부리다] 2.(자세가) 구부정하다, 구부정하게 서다[걷다] 3.Noun 구부정한 자세

(Chapter 114)

114:2 Judah became God’s sanctuary, Israel his dominion.
dominion 1.Noun 문예체 지배[통치](권) 2.격식 영토, 영지

114:4 the mountains skipped like rams, the hills like lambs.
skip 1.Verb 깡충깡충[팔짝팔짝] 뛰다[뛰며 가다] 2.英 줄넘기하다 3.Noun 깡충깡충[팔짝팔짝] 뛰기[뛰며 가기]

(Chapter 115)

(Chapter 116)

116:6 The LORD protects the simplehearted; when I was in great need, he saved me.
simplehearted Adj 순진한, 천진난만한(artless); 우직한

(Chapter 117)

(Chapter 118)

118:18 The LORD has chastened me severely, but he has not given me over to death.
chasten Verb 격식 잘못을 깨닫게 하다, 훈계하다

118:27 The LORD is God, and he has made his light shine upon us. With boughs in hand, join in the festal procession up to the horns of the altar.
bough Noun 격식 또는 문예체 (나무의 큰) 가지

(Chapter 119)

119:4 You have laid down precepts that are to be fully obeyed.
precept Noun 격식 (행동) 수칙, 계율 (=principle) / 한글성경-법도

119:5 Oh, that my ways were steadfast in obeying your decrees!
decree 1.Noun 법령, 칙령 2.Noun (법원의) 결정[판결], / 한글성경-율례

119:13 With my lips I recount all the laws that come from your mouth.
recount Verb 격식 (특히 자기가 경험한 것에 대해) 이야기하다[말하다]

119:14 I rejoice in following your statutes as one rejoices in great riches.
statute Noun 법규, 법령 2.(조직·기관의) 규정, (학교의) 학칙 / 한글성경-증거의 도, 증거, 교훈

119:20 My soul is consumed with longing for your laws at all times.
law : 한글성경-규례,법

119:22 Remove from me scorn and contempt, for I keep your statutes.
scorn 1.Noun 경멸[멸시](감), (=contempt) 2.Verb 경멸[멸시]하다 (=dismiss)
contempt 1.Noun 경멸, 멸시 2.(법규·위험 등을) 개의하지 않음, 무시

119:42 then I will answer the one who taunts me, for I trust in your word.
taunt 1.Verb 놀리다, 비웃다, 조롱하다 2.Noun 놀림, 비웃음, 조롱

 

119:51 The arrogant mock me without restraint, but I do not turn from your law.

restraint 1.Noun 규제 2.통제, 제한 3.자제 (=self-control)

 

119:56 This has been my practice: I obey your precepts.

practice 1.Noun 실행, 실천 2.관행, 관례

 

119:69 Though the arrogant have smeared me with lies, I keep your precepts with all my heart.

smear 1.Verb (기름기가 있거나 부드러운 물질을) 마구 바르다[문지르다] (=daub) 2.(기름기 등으로) 더럽히다 3.Noun (기름기 등이 묻은) 얼룩[자국], 더럽히다, 중상하다.

 

119:70 Their hearts are callous and unfeeling, but I delight in your law.

callous Adj 냉담한 (=cruel, unfeeling)

unfeeling Adj 무정한, 냉정한

 

119:85 The arrogant dig pitfalls for me, contrary to your law.

contrary 1.Adj ~와는 다른[반대되는] 2.(성질방향이) 정반대되는 (=opposite) 3.Noun 반대되는 것

 

119:86 All your commands are trustworthy; help me, for men persecute me without cause.

trustworthy Adj 신뢰할[믿을] 수 있는 (=reliable)

119:109 Though I constantly take my life in my hands, I will not forget your law.
take my life in my hands 목숨을 걸다, 생명이 위기에 있다.

119:116 Sustain me according to your promise, and I will live; do not let my hopes be dashed.
sustain 1.Verb (필요한 것을 제공하여) 살아가게[존재하게/지탱하게] 하다 2.계속[지속]시키다 (=maintain) 3.격식 (피해 등을) 입다[당하다] (=suffer)
dash 1.Noun 황급히[맹렬히] 달려감, 돌진, 질주 2.(…을) 황급히[서둘러] 함 3.Verb (급히) 서둘러 가다 (=rush)

119:119 All the wicked of the earth you discard like dross; therefore I love your statutes.
dross 1.Noun 특히 英 싸구려 (물건들), 찌꺼기 2.전문 용어 (특히 녹인 금속의) 찌꺼기

119:139 My zeal wears me out, for my enemies ignore your words.
wears me out 지치게 한다.

119:148 My eyes stay open through the watches of the night, that I may meditate on your promises.
watches of the night 밤에 자지 않고 깨어 있음

119:158 I look on the faithless with loathing, for they do not obey your word.
loathing Noun 격식 혐오(감), 증오(심)
loathe Verb 혐오하다 (=detest)

119:162 I rejoice in your promise like one who finds great spoil.
spoil 1.Verb 망치다, 버려 놓다, 못쓰게 만들다 (=ruin) 2.(아이를) 응석받이로[버릇없게] 키우다 (=overindulge) 3.Noun 격식 또는 문예체 약탈품, 전리품

119:163 I hate and abhor falsehood but I love your law.
hate 1.Verb (무엇을) 몹시 싫어하다[질색하다] 2.(사람을) 미워[증오]하다 3.Noun (사람에 대한) 증오 (=hatred)
abhor Verb 격식 (특히 도덕적인 이유로) 혐오하다 (=detest, loathe)

(Chapter 120)

(Chapter 121)

121:3 He will not let your foot slip–he who watches over you will not slumber;
slumber 1.Noun 문예체 잠, 수면 2.Verb 문예체 잠을 자다

(Chapter 122)

122:3 Jerusalem is built like a city that is closely compacted together.
closely compacted together 종교 조밀하다, 서로 잘 짜여진

(Chapter 123)

(Chapter 124)

124:5 the raging waters would have swept us away.
raging 1.Adj격렬한, 맹렬한, 극심한 2.걷잡을 수 없이 거센, 미친 듯이 몰아치는 3.극심한, 격심한
rage 1.Noun 격렬한 분노, 격노 2.(특정 상황에 격분하여 일으킨) 폭력 사태 (→road rage) 3.Verb (특히 고함을 지르며) 몹시[격렬히] 화를 내다 (=rail)

(Chapter 125)

125:5 But those who turn to crooked ways the LORD will banish with the evildoers. Peace be upon srael.
crooked 1.Adj 비뚤어진, 구부러진 (↔straight) 2.Adj 부정직한

(Chapter 126)

(Chapter 127)

127:5 Blessed is the man whose quiver is full of them. They will not be put to shame when they contend with their enemies in the gate. 
quiver Noun (등에 메는) 화살통, 전동
contend 1.Verb 격식 (특히 언쟁 중에) 주장하다 (=maintain) 2.(~을 얻으려고) 다투다[겨루다]

(Chapter 128)

(Chapter 129)

129:1 They have greatly oppressed me from my youth — let Israel say —
oppress 1.Verb 탄압[억압]하다 2.압박감을 주다, 우울하게 만들다 (=weigh down)

129:5 May all who hate Zion be turned back in shame.
turn back (갔던 길을) 되돌아오다/~을 되돌리다[되돌려 보내다]

(Chapter 130)

(Chapter 131)

131:1 My heart is not proud, O LORD, my eyes are not haughty; I do not concern myself with great matters or things too wonderful for me.
haughty Adj 거만한, 오만한 (=arrogant)

131:2 But I have stilled and quieted my soul; like a weaned child with its mother, like a weaned 
child is my soul within me.
wean Verb (아기의) 젖을 떼다, 이유를 시작하다

(Chapter 132)

132:1 O LORD, remember David and all the hardships he endured.
hardship Noun (돈·식품 등의 부족에서 오는) 어려움[곤란]

132:11 The LORD swore an oath to David, a sure oath that he will not revoke: “One of your own descendants I will place on your throne–
revoke Verb 격식 폐지[철회/취소]하다

132:18 I will clothe his enemies with shame, but the crown on his head will be resplendent.”
resplendent Adj 격식 또는 문예체 눈부시게 빛나는[멋진] 

(Chapter 133)

(Chapter 134)

(Chapter 135)

135:14 For the LORD will vindicate his people and have compassion on his servants.
vindicate 1.Verb (특히 남들은 달리 생각할 때) …의 정당성을 입증하다 (=justify) 2.(혐의를 받고 있는 사람의) 무죄를 

(Chapter 136)

136:13 to him who divided the Red Sea asunder His love endures forever.
asunder Adverb 구식 또는 문예체 산산이, 뿔뿔이

(Chapter 137)

(Chapter 138)

138:3 When I called, you answered me; you made me bold and stouthearted.
stout-hearted Adj 구식, 문예체 용감한, 굳센

138:6 Though the LORD is on high, he looks upon the lowly, but the proud he knows from afar.
afar Adv문어 멀리, 아득히(far)

(Chapter 139)

139:2 You know when I sit and when I rise; you perceive my thoughts from afar.
perceive 1.Verb 감지[인지]하다 2.~을 (~로) 여기다 (=see)

139:3 You discern my going out and my lying down; you are familiar with all my ways.
discern 1.Verb (분명하지 않은 것을) 알아차리다[파악하다/포착하다] (=detect) 2.(어렴풋이) 알아보다[알아듣다] (=make out)

139:5 You hem me in–behind and before; you have laid your hand upon me.
hem 1.Noun (옷 등의) 단 2.단을 만들다[올리다]

139:6 Such knowledge is too wonderful for me, too lofty for me to attain.
attain 1.Verb (보통 많은 노력 끝에) 이루다[획득하다] 2. 격식 (특정한 나이·수준·조건에) 이르다[달하다]

139:16 your eyes saw my unformed body. All the days ordained for me were written in your book before one of them came to be.
ordain 1.Verb (성직자로) 임명하다 (→ordination) 2.격식 명하다, (미리) 정하다

139:21 Do I not hate those who hate you, O LORD, and abhor those who rise up against you?
abhor Verb 격식 (특히 도덕적인 이유로) 혐오하다 (=detest, loathe)

139:23 Search me, O God, and know my heart; test me and know my anxious thoughts.
anxious 1.Adj 불안해하는, 염려하는 2.불안하게 하는, 불안해 보이는 3. 열망하는, 간절히 바라는

(Chapter 140)

140:4 Keep me, O LORD, from the hands of the wicked; protect me from men of violence who plan to trip my feet.
trip 1.Noun 여행, 이동[오고감] 2.속어 (강력한 마약에 의한) 환각 체험 3.Verb 발을 헛디디다[곱디디다], 곱드러지다

140:10 Let burning coals fall upon them; may they be thrown into the fire, into miry pits, never to rise.
miry Adj 진창 같은, 수렁 같은, 진흙투성이의; 더러운

140:12 I know that the LORD secures justice for the poor and upholds the cause of the needy.
cause 1.Noun 원인 2.(특정한 감정이나 행동의) 이유, 소송 3.Verb …을 야기하다[초래하다]

(Chapter 141)

141:7 They will say, “As one plows and breaks up the earth, so our bones have been scattered at the mouth of the grave.”
plow ( plough ) 1.Noun 쟁기 , 쟁기 비슷한 것, 제설기(除雪機), 배장기(排障器)([미] cowcatcher), 개탕대패
2.경작; 농업; [U] [영] 경작지, 논밭 3.I verb 갈다, 경작하다; <토지가> 경작에 적합하다

(Chapter 142)

(Chapter 143)

143:1 O LORD, hear my prayer, listen to my cry for mercy; in your faithfulness and righteousness come to my relief.
relief 1.Noun 안도, 안심 2.(고통·불안 등의) 경감[완화/제거] 3.구호품, 구호물자; 구호 (=aid)

(Chapter 144)

144:6 Send forth lightning and scatter the enemies; shoot your arrows and rout them.
rout 1.Noun 완패, 궤멸 2.Verb 완패[궤멸]시키다

(Chapter 145)

145:3 Great is the LORD and most worthy of praise; his greatness no one can fathom.
fathom 1.Verb (의미 등을) 헤아리다[가늠하다] 2.Noun 패덤(물의 깊이 측정 단위. 6피트 또는 1.8미터에 해당)

145:5 They will speak of the glorious splendor of your majesty, and I will meditate on your wonderful works.
glorious 1.Adj 격식 영광스러운, 영예로운 (→inglorious) 2.격식 눈부시게 아름다운, 장엄한 (=splendid) 3.대단히 즐거운 (=wonderful)
majesty 1.Noun 장엄함, 위풍당당함 2.Noun 폐하 3.Noun 왕권
splendor ( splendour ) 1.Noun 훌륭함, 장려(壯麗), 화려함 2.(명성 등의) 현저, 탁월; 영예, 영광 3.빛남, 광휘, 광채(brilliance)

(Chapter 146)

(Chapter 147)

147:17 He hurls down his hail like pebbles. Who can withstand his icy blast?
blast 1.Noun 폭발 2.(훅 밀려드는 한 줄기의) 강한 바람[공기] 3.Verb 폭발시키다, 폭파[발파]하다

(Chapter 148)

(Chapter 149)

149:8 to bind their kings with fetters, their nobles with shackles of iron,
fetter 1.Verb 문예체 (남의 자유를) 구속하다 2.(죄수의 발에) 족쇄를 채우다 (=shackle) 3.Noun 문예체 속박, 구속

(Chapter 150)

 

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