Ecclesiastes (NIV)


Ecclesiastes (NIV)

(Chapter 1)
1:8 All things are wearisome, more than one can say. The eye never has enough of seeing, nor the ear its fill of hearing.
wearisome Adj 격식 (아주) 지루한, 싫증나는 (=tedious)

(Chapter 2)
2:8 I amassed silver and gold for myself, and the treasure of kings and provinces. I acquired men and women singers, and a harem as well–the delights of the heart of man.
amass Verb 모으다, 축적하다 (=accumulate)

2:20 So my heart began to despair over all my toilsome labor under the sun.
toilsome Adj 힘드는, 고생스러운, 고된

(Chapter 3)
3:5 a time to scatter stones and a time to gather them, a time to embrace and a time to refrain,
refrain 1.Verb 격식 (특히 하고 싶은 것을) 삼가다 (=desist from) 2.자주 반복되는 말[불평]

3:11 He has made everything beautiful in its time. He has also set eternity in the hearts of men;
yet they cannot fathom what God has done from beginning to end.
fathom 1.Verb (의미 등을) 헤아리다[가늠하다]

(Chapter 4)
4:6 Better one handful with tranquillity than two handfuls with toil and chasing after the wind.
tranquillity Noun [U] 평온, 고요함; 평정(平靜), 침착함
tranquil Adj 격식 고요한, 평온한 (=serene)

(Chapter 5)
5:13 I have seen a grievous evil under the sun: wealth hoarded to the harm of its owner,
grievous Adj 격식 통탄할[극심한](흔히 고통·통증을 야기하는)

5:17 All his days he eats in darkness, with great frustration, affliction and anger.
affliction Noun 격식 고통, 고통의 원인

(Chapter 6)
6:4 It comes without meaning, it departs in darkness, and in darkness its name is shrouded.
shroud 1.Noun 수의(壽衣) 2.문예체 장막 3.Verb 뒤덮다, 가리다

6:9 Better what the eye sees than the roving of the appetite. This too is meaningless, a chasing after the wind.
rove 1.Verb 격식 방랑하다 (=roam) 2.(눈이) 두리번거리다

(Chapter 7)
7:5 It is better to heed a wise man’s rebuke than to listen to the song of fools.
heed Verb 격식 (남의 충고경고에) 주의를 기울이다 (=take notice of)

7:6 Like the crackling of thorns under the pot, so is the laughter of fools. This too is meaningless.
crackle 1.Verb (타오르는 불 소리 같이) 탁탁[치직] 소리를 내다 2.Noun 탁탁[따닥/치직]하는 소리

7:7 Extortion turns a wise man into a fool, and a bribe corrupts the heart.
extortion 1.Noun 강요, 강탈, 강청; [법] (관리의) 직무상의 부당 취득, 재물 강요(죄) (금전·유가물의) 2.터무니없는 에누리, <부당한 가격·이자 등의> 착취 3.강탈한[당한] 금품
corrupt 1.Adj 부패한, 타락한 2.부정직한, 비도덕적인 3.Verb 부패하게 만들다, 타락시키다

7:9 Do not be quickly provoked in your spirit, for anger resides in the lap of fools.
provoked Adj 화난, 약오른
provoke 1.Verb (특정한 반응을) 유발하다 2.화나게[짜증나게] 하다, 도발하다 (=goad)

7:24 Whatever wisdom may be, it is far off and most profound–who can discover it?
profound 1.Adj(영향·느낌·경험 등이) 엄청난[깊은] 2.(지식·이해 등이) 깊은[심오한] 3.(질문 등이) 심오한[뜻 깊은]

7:25 So I turned my mind to understand, to investigate and to search out wisdom and the scheme of things and to understand the stupidity of wickedness and the madness of folly.
scheme of things 돌아가는 이치, 되어가는 상황

(Chapter 8)
8:4 Since a king’s word is supreme, who can say to him, “What are you doing?”
supreme 1.Adj(계급·위치 면에서) 최고의 2.(정도 면에서) 최고의, 최대의, 지대한

8:12 Although a wicked man commits a hundred crimes and still lives a long time, I know that it will go better with God-fearing men, who are reverent before God.
reverent Adj 격식 숭배하는 (=respectful)

(Chapter 9)
9:9 Enjoy life with your wife, whom you love, all the days of this meaningless life that God has given you under the sun–all your meaningless days. For this is your lot in life and in your toilsome labor under the sun.
toilsome Adj 힘드는, 고생스러운, 고된

9:14 There was once a small city with only a few people in it. And a powerful king came against it, surrounded it and built huge siegeworks against it.
siegeworks Noun pl. 공성 보루(堡壘)

(Chapter 10)
10:9 Whoever quarries stones may be injured by them; whoever splits logs may be endangered by them.
quarry 1.Noun 채석장 (→mine n. (1)) 2.사냥감(사냥추적의 대상이 되는 동물사람), (=prey) 3.Verb (채석장에서 돌 등을) 캐내다, 채석하다

10:18 If a man is lazy, the rafters sag; if his hands are idle, the house leaks.
rafter Noun 서까래
sag 1.Verb (가운데가) 축 처지다[늘어지다] 2.Verb 약화되다, (수적으로) 줄어들다

10:20 Do not revile the king even in your thoughts, or curse the rich in your bedroom, because a bird of the air may carry your words, and a bird on the wing may report what you say.
revile Verb 격식 매도하다

(Chapter 11)

(Chapter 12)
12:3 when the keepers of the house tremble, and the strong men stoop, when the grinders cease because they are few, and those looking through the windows grow dim;

stoop 1.Verb 몸을 굽히다[구부리다] 2.(자세가) 구부정하다, 구부정하게 서다[걷다] 3.구부정한 자세

12:6 Remember him–before the silver cord is severed, or the golden bowl is broken; before the pitcher is shattered at the spring, or the wheel broken at the well,
sever 1.Verb (두 조각으로) 자르다[절단하다], 잘라 내다 2.(관계·연락을 완전히) 끊다[단절하다] (=break off)

12:9 Not only was the Teacher wise, but also he imparted knowledge to the people. He pondered and searched out and set in order many proverbs.
impart 1.Verb (정보·지식 등을) 전하다 (=convey) 2.(특정한 특성을) 주다 (=lend)

12:11 The words of the wise are like goads, their collected sayings like firmly embedded nails–given by one Shepherd.
goad 1.Verb (~을 할 때까지) 못살게 굴다[들들 볶다] 2.Noun (가축을 몰 때 쓰는) 막대기

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