Ezekiel-1 (NIV)

   


Ezekiel (NIV)
Chapter 1-24

(Chapter 1)
1:7 Their legs were straight; their feet were like those of a calf and gleamed like burnished bronze.
gleam 1.Verb 어슴푸레[희미하게] 빛나다 2.(아주 깨끗하게) 환하다[반짝이다] 3.Noun (흔히 어디에 반사된) 어슴푸레한[흐릿한] 빛
burnish Verb 격식 (금속을) 윤[광]을 내다

1:14 The creatures sped back and forth like flashes of lightning.
speed (Past tense: sped speeded) (Past participle: sped speeded)
1.Noun (물체의 이동) 속도 (→airspeed, ground speed) 2.(일의) 속도 3.Verb 격식 빨리 가다[이동하다]

1:16 This was the appearance and structure of the wheels: They sparkled like chrysolite, and all four looked alike. Each appeared to be made like a wheel intersecting a wheel.
sparkle 1.Verb 반짝이다 2.생기 넘치다, 재기 발랄하다 3.Noun 반짝거림, 광채
chrysolite Noun 광물 귀감람석(貴橄欖石)
intersect 1.Verb 교차하다[만나다] 2.(어떤 지역을) 가로지르다

1:22 Spread out above the heads of the living creatures was what looked like an expanse, sparkling like ice, and awesome.
expanse Noun 넓게 트인 지역
awesome 1.Adj 경탄할 만한, 어마어마한, 엄청난 2.美, 비격식 기막히게 좋은, 굉장한

1:24 When the creatures moved, I heard the sound of their wings, like the roar of rushing waters, like the voice of the Almighty, like the tumult of an army. When they stood still, they lowered their wings.
tumult 1.Noun 소란, 소동 2.(마음이) 심란함, 혼란스러움

(Chapter 2)
2:4 The people to whom I am sending you are obstinate and stubborn. Say to them, ‘This is what the Sovereign LORD says.’
obstinate 1.Adj 흔히 못마땅함 고집 센, 완강한 (=stubborn) 2.없애기[처리하기] 힘든, 난감한 (=stubborn)

(Chapter 3)
3:5 You are not being sent to a people of obscure speech and difficult language, but to the house of Israel–
obscure 1.Adj 잘 알려져 있지 않은, 무명의 (=unknown) 2.이해하기 힘든, 모호한 3.Verb 보기[듣기/이해하기] 어렵게 하다, 모호하게 하다

3:12 Then the Spirit lifted me up, and I heard behind me a loud rumbling sound–May the glory of the LORD be praised in his dwelling place!–
rumbling 1.Noun 우르릉[웅웅/웅성]거리는 소리 2.소문, 웅성거림 (=rumour)

3:18 When I say to a wicked man, ‘You will surely die,’ and you do not warn him or speak out to dissuade him from his evil ways in order to save his life, that wicked man will die for his sin, and I will hold you accountable for his blood.
dissuade Verb (~을 하지 않도록) ~를 설득[만류]하다

(Chapter 4)
4:2 Then lay siege to it: Erect siege works against it, build a ramp up to it, set up camps against it and put battering rams around it.
battering ram Noun 공성 망치, 파성퇴(과거 성문이나 성벽을 두들겨 부수는 데 쓰던 나무 기둥같이 생긴 무기)

4:9 “Take wheat and barley, beans and lentils, millet and spelt; put them in a storage jar and use them to make bread for yourself. You are to eat it during the 390 days you lie on your side.
millet Noun 수수, 기장
lentil Noun 렌즈콩, 편두
spelt Noun 식물 스펠트밀 ((가축 사료))

4:12 Eat the food as you would a barley cake; bake it in the sight of the people, using human excrement for fuel.”
excrement Noun 격식 대변, 배설물 (=faeces)

4:15 “Very well,” he said, “I will let you bake your bread over cow manure instead of human excrement.”
manure 1.Noun (동물의 배설물로 만든) 거름[천연 비료] (=dung) 2.Verb 거름을 주다[뿌리다]

4:16 He then said to me: “Son of man, I will cut off the supply of food in Jerusalem. The people will eat rationed food in anxiety and drink rationed water in despair,
ration 1.Noun (전시 같은 경우에 식품연료 등의) 배급량 2.(군인 등에게 나눠주는 식품) 배급[할당]량, (배급해 주는) 식량 3.Verb (특히 식량 등이 부족할 때 공급량 등을) 제한하다, 배급을 주다 (→rationing)

(Chapter 5)
5:3 But take a few strands of hair and tuck them away in the folds of your garment.
strand 1.Noun (실전선머리카락 등의) 가닥[올/줄] 2.(생각계획이야기 등의) 가닥[부분] 3.Verb 오도 가도 못 하게 하다, 발을 묶다
tuck 1.Verb (끝부분을 단정하게) 밀어넣다[접다] 2.(작은 공간에) 집어[끼워] 넣다 3.Noun (접어서 기운) 주름[단]

5:7 “Therefore this is what the Sovereign LORD says: You have been more unruly than the nations around you and have not followed my decrees or kept my laws. You have not even conformed to the standards of the nations around you.
unruly Adj 다루기 힘든, 제멋대로 구는 (=disorderly)
conform 1.Verb 집단의 다른 구성원들과 행동[생각]을 같이 하다, (관습 등에) 따르다[순응하다] 2.(규칙·법 등에) 따르다[맞다] (=comply) 3. ~에 일치하다

5:13 “Then my anger will cease and my wrath against them will subside, and I will be avenged. And when I have spent my wrath upon them, they will know that I the LORD have spoken in my zeal.
subside 1.Verb 가라앉다, 진정되다 2.빠지다 3.내려앉다, 침하되다

5:15 You will be a reproach and a taunt, a warning and an object of horror to the nations around you when I inflict punishment on you in anger and in wrath and with stinging rebuke. I the LORD have spoken.
reproach 1.Noun 비난, 책망, 나무람 2.비난의 말, 잔소리 3.Verb (실망하여) 비난[책망]하다
taunt 놀리다, 조롱하다, 비아냥거리다, 비웃어~하게 하다, 욕설을 퍼붓다, 도발하다; 놀림, 비웃음, 조롱

(Chapter 6)
6:3 and say: ‘O mountains of Israel, hear the word of the Sovereign LORD. This is what the Sovereign LORD says to the mountains and hills, to the ravines and valleys: I am about to bring a sword against you, and I will destroy your high places.
ravine [rəˈviːn] Noun (좁고 험한) 산골짜기, 협곡 (=gorge)

6:4 Your altars will be demolished and your incense altars will be smashed; and I will slay your people in front of your idols.
demolish 1.Verb (건물을) 철거하다 2.(사고로 무엇을) 무너뜨리다[허물다] 3.(사상·이론을) 뒤집다
smash 1.Verb 박살내다, 박살나다 2.(단단한 것에 세게) 부딪치다[충돌하다]; 부딪뜨리다, 충돌시키다 3.Noun 박살내기, 박살나는[요란한] 소리

6:6 Wherever you live, the towns will be laid waste and the high places demolished, so that your altars will be laid waste and devastated, your idols smashed and ruined, your incense altars broken down, and what you have made wiped out.
lay waste …을 파괴하다[황폐케 하다](=destroy)
devastate 1.Verb (한 장소나 지역을) 완전히 파괴하다 2.(사람에게) 엄청난 충격을 주다, 비탄에 빠뜨리다

6:9 Then in the nations where they have been carried captive, those who escape will remember me–how I have been grieved by their adulterous hearts, which have turned away from me, and by their eyes, which have lusted after their idols. They will loathe themselves for the evil they have done and for all their detestable practices.
loathe Verb 혐오하다 (=detest)

(Chapter 7)
7:3 The end is now upon you and I will unleash my anger against you. I will judge you according to your conduct and repay you for all your detestable practices.
unleash Verb (강력한 반응·감정 등을) 촉발시키다[불러일으키다], 풀어놓다

7:20 They were proud of their beautiful jewelry and used it to make their detestable idols and vile images. Therefore I will turn these into an unclean thing for them.
vile 1.Adj 비격식 극도로 불쾌한[나쁜] (=disgusting) 2.격식 비도덕적인, 절대 용납할 수 없는 (=wicked)

7:21 I will hand it all over as plunder to foreigners and as loot to the wicked of the earth, and they will defile it.
plunder 1.Verb (특히 전시에 어떤 장소를) 약탈[강탈]하다 (→pillage), (=loot) 2.Noun 약탈, 강탈
loot 1.Verb (폭동화재 등이 났을 때 상점건물에서 물건을) 훔치다[약탈하다] 2.Noun 전리품, 노획물 (=booty)

7:22 I will turn my face away from them, and they will desecrate my treasured place; robbers will enter it and desecrate it.
desecrate Verb (신성한 것을) 훼손하다

(Chapter 8)
8:10 So I went in and looked, and I saw portrayed all over the walls all kinds of crawling things and detestable animals and all the idols of the house of Israel.
portray 1.Verb (그림·글로) 그리다[묘사하다] (=depict) 2.(특히 완벽하거나 정확하지 못하게) 나타내다[보여주다] (=represent) 3.(영화·연극에서 특정한 역할을) 연기하다 (=play)

8:16 He then brought me into the inner court of the house of the LORD, and there at the entrance to the temple, between the portico and the altar, were about twenty-five men. With their backs toward the temple of the LORD and their faces toward the east, they were bowing down to the sun in the east.
portico Noun 격식 포르티코(특히 대형 건물 입구에 기둥을 받쳐 만든 현관 지붕)

(Chapter 10)
10:9 I looked, and I saw beside the cherubim four wheels, one beside each of the cherubim; the wheels sparkled like chrysolite.
chrysolite Noun 광물 귀감람석(貴橄欖石)

10:13 I heard the wheels being called “the whirling wheels.”
whirl 1.Verb 빙그르르[빙빙] 돌다[돌리다] (=spin) 2.(마음생각 등이) 혼란스럽다[어지럽다] (=reel) 3.Noun 빙빙 돌기, 선회하기

(Chapter 11)

(Chapter 12)
12:24 For there will be no more false visions or flattering divinations among the people of Israel.
flattering 1.Adj 돋보이게 하는 2.아첨하는, 비위를 맞추는 3.으쓱하게 하는
divination Noun 점(占), 점을 침

(Chapter 13)
13:10 “‘Because they lead my people astray, saying, “Peace,” when there is no peace, and because, when a flimsy wall is built, they cover it with whitewash,
flimsy 1.Adj 조잡한, 엉성하게 만든 (=rickety) 2.얇은, 잘 찢어지는 3.얄팍한, 믿기지 않는 (=feeble)
whitewash 1.Noun (초크나 석회로 만든) 백색 도료 2.못마땅함 (불쾌한 사실들을 숨기기 위한) 눈가림 (=cover-up) 3.Verb 백색 도료를 바르다

13:18 and say, ‘This is what the Sovereign LORD says: Woe to the women who sew magic charms on all their wrists and make veils of various lengths for their heads in order to ensnare people. Will you ensnare the lives of my people but preserve your own?
ensnare Verb 격식 (올가미에 걸리듯) 걸려들게[빠지게] 하다 (=trap)
magic charm 부적

13:19 You have profaned me among my people for a few handfuls of barley and scraps of bread. By lying to my people, who listen to lies, you have killed those who should not have died and have spared those who should not live.
profane 1.Adj 격식 신성 모독적인, 불경한 2.전문 용어 (종교신성한 것과 관련되지 않은) 세속적인 (=secular) 3.Verb 격식 신성을 더럽히다[모독하다]

13:22 Because you disheartened the righteous with your lies, when I had brought them no grief, and because you encouraged the wicked not to turn from their evil ways and so save their lives,
dishearten Verb 낙심[낙담]하게 하다 (=discourage)

(Chapter 14)
14:5 I will do this to recapture the hearts of the people of Israel, who have all deserted me for their idols.’
recapture 1.Verb 탈환하다 2.(탈출한 사람·동물을) 다시 붙잡다[체포하다] 3.(과거의 느낌·경험을) 되찾다

14:6 “Therefore say to the house of Israel, ‘This is what the Sovereign LORD says: Repent! Turn from your idols and renounce all your detestable practices!
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)

14:9 “‘And if the prophet is enticed to utter a prophecy, I the LORD have enticed that prophet, and I will stretch out my hand against him and destroy him from among my people Israel.
entice [ɪnˈtaɪs] Verb (보통 무엇을 제공하며) 유도[유인]하다 (=persuade)

14:22 Yet there will be some survivors–sons and daughters who will be brought out of it. They will come to you, and when you see their conduct and their actions, you will be consoled regarding the disaster I have brought upon Jerusalem–every disaster I have brought upon it.
console Verb 위로하다, 위안을 주다 (=comfort)

(Chapter 15)
15:4 And after it is thrown on the fire as fuel and the fire burns both ends and chars the middle, is it then useful for anything?
char 1.Verb 숯이 되다, 까맣게 타다; 숯을 만들다, 까맣게 태우다 (→charred) 2.구식, 英 (가정의) 청소부로 일하다

(Chapter 16)
16:2 “Son of man, confront Jerusalem with her detestable practices
confront 1.Verb 닥치다 2.(문제나 곤란한 상황에) 맞서다 (=face up to) 3.(위험한 상황 등에) 정면으로 부딪치다[마주치다]

16:3 and say, ‘This is what the Sovereign LORD says to Jerusalem: Your ancestry and birth were in the land of the Canaanites; your father was an Amorite and your mother a Hittite.
ancestry Noun 가계, 혈통

16:15 “‘But you trusted in your beauty and used your fame to become a prostitute. You lavished your favors on anyone who passed by and your beauty became his.
lavish 1.Adj 풍성한, 호화로운 (=extravagant, luxurious) 2.아주 후한
lavish something on/upon somebody/something ~에게 ~을 많이[지나치게] 주다

16:16 You took some of your garments to make gaudy high places, where you carried on your prostitution. Such things should not happen, nor should they ever occur.
gaudy Adj 못마땅함 (색깔이) 야한[천박한] (=garish) Noun 향연(饗宴), (매년 졸업생을 초청하는) 대만찬회

16:25 At the head of every street you built your lofty shrines and degraded your beauty, offering your body with increasing promiscuity to anyone who passed by.
degrade 1.Verb 비하[모멸]하다 2.전문 용어 (화학적으로) 분해되다[하다] 3.전문 용어 (특히 질적으로) 저하시키다
promiscuity [prɑ̀məskjú:əti,pròu-] 1.Noun 뒤범벅, 난잡 2.상대를 가리지 않는 성행위, 난혼(亂婚) 3.[pl.] 무차별한 혼합

16:27 So I stretched out my hand against you and reduced your territory; I gave you over to the greed of your enemies, the daughters of the Philistines, who were shocked by your lewd conduct.
lewd Adj 외설적인, 선정적인 (=obscene)

16:28 You engaged in prostitution with the Assyrians too, because you were insatiable; and even after that, you still were not satisfied.
insatiable [ɪnˈseɪʃəbl] Adj 채울[만족시킬] 수 없는, 만족할 줄 모르는

16:30 “‘How weak-willed you are, declares the Sovereign LORD, when you do all these things, acting like a brazen prostitute!
brazen 1.Adj 못마땅함 뻔뻔한 (=shameless) 2.놋쇠로 만든, 황동색의

16:31 When you built your mounds at the head of every street and made your lofty shrines in every public square, you were unlike a prostitute, because you scorned payment.
scorn 1.Noun 경멸[멸시](감), (=contempt) 2.Verb 경멸[멸시]하다 (=dismiss), 거절하다.

16:33 Every prostitute receives a fee, but you give gifts to all your lovers, bribing them to come to you from everywhere for your illicit favors.
illicit [ɪˈlɪsɪt] 1.Adj 불법의 (=illegal) 2.사회 통념에 어긋나는

16:39 Then I will hand you over to your lovers, and they will tear down your mounds and destroy your lofty shrines. They will strip you of your clothes and take your fine jewelry and leave you naked and bare.
naked 1.Adj 벌거벗은, 아무것도 걸치지 않은 (→buck naked), (=bare) 2.<보통 씌우는 가리개 등이 벗겨진> (=bare) 3.노골적인, 적나라한
bare 1.Adj 벌거벗은, 맨– (→barefoot) 2.헐벗은 3.Verb (신체의 일부를) 드러내다

16:40 They will bring a mob against you, who will stone you and hack you to pieces with their swords.
mob 1.Noun (특히 폭력을 휘두르거나 말썽을 일으킬 것 같은) 군중[무리] (→lynch mob) 2.비격식 (비슷한 사람들의) 무리[떼] (=gang) 3.Verb (새동물들이) 떼를 지어 공격하다
hack 1.Verb (마구거칠게) 자르다[베다], 난도질하다 2.(거칠게마구) 차다 3.Noun 못마땅함 글쟁이(특히 적은 돈을 받고 저질 신문 기사를 많이 써 내는 사람)

16:43 “‘Because you did not remember the days of your youth but enraged me with all these things, I will surely bring down on your head what you have done, declares the Sovereign LORD. Did you not add lewdness to all your other detestable practices?
lewdness Noun 음탕함, 방탕함.

16:47 You not only walked in their ways and copied their detestable practices, but in all your ways you soon became more depraved than they.
deprave Verb 격식 (사람을 도덕적으로) 타락[부패]하게 만들다 (=corrupt)
depraved Adj 격식 (도덕적으로) 타락한[부패한] (=wicked, evil)

16:49 “‘Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: She and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy.
overfeed Verb (…에게 밥 등을) 너무 많이 먹이다[주다]
unconcern Noun 격식 무심, 무관심 (=indifference) (→concern)

16:63 Then, when I make atonement for you for all you have done, you will remember and be ashamed and never again open your mouth because of your humiliation, declares the Sovereign LORD.'”
atonement 1.Noun 보상, 속죄, 죗값
humiliation Noun 창피 줌[당함], 굴욕, 굴복; 창피, 면목 없음

(Chapter 17)
17:3 Say to them, ‘This is what the Sovereign LORD says: A great eagle with powerful wings, long feathers and full plumage of varied colors came to Lebanon. Taking hold of the top of a cedar,
plumage Noun 깃털

17:6 and it sprouted and became a low, spreading vine. Its branches turned toward him, but its roots remained under it. So it became a vine and produced branches and put out leafy boughs.
bough Noun 격식 또는 문예체 (나무의 큰) 가지

17:17 Pharaoh with his mighty army and great horde will be of no help to him in war, when ramps are built and siege works erected to destroy many lives.
horde Noun 때로 못마땅함 (사람들의 큰) 무리

(Chapter 18)
18:8 He does not lend at usury or take excessive interest. He withholds his hand from doing wrong and judges fairly between man and man.
usury Noun 구식, 못마땅함 고리대금업

18:18 But his father will die for his own sin, because he practiced extortion, robbed his brother and did what was wrong among his people.
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

(Chapter 19)
19:11 Its branches were strong, fit for a ruler’s scepter. It towered high above the thick foliage, conspicuous for its height and for its many branches.
foliage [|foʊliɪdʒ] Noun 나뭇잎(한 나무의 나뭇잎이나, 나뭇잎과 줄기를 총칭)
conspicuous Adj눈에 잘 띄는, 튀는; 뚜렷한 (↔inconspicuous)

(Chapter 20)
20:9 But for the sake of my name I did what would keep it from being profaned in the eyes of the nations they lived among and in whose sight I had revealed myself to the Israelites by bringing them out of Egypt.
profane 1.Adj 격식 신성 모독적인, 불경한 2.전문 용어 (종교신성한 것과 관련되지 않은) 세속적인 (=secular) 3.Verb 격식 신성을 더럽히다[모독하다]

20:38 I will purge you of those who revolt and rebel against me. Although I will bring them out of the land where they are living, yet they will not enter the land of Israel. Then you will know that I am the LORD.
revolt 1.Noun 반란, 봉기, 저항 (=uprising) 2.Verb 반란[봉기]을 일으키다, 들고일어나다 (→revolution), (=rebel, rise up)
rebel 1.Noun 반역자 2.(조직정당 등의 내부의) 반대자[저항 세력] 3.Verb 반란[모반]을 일으키다, 저항[반항]하다

20:43 There you will remember your conduct and all the actions by which you have defiled yourselves, and you will loathe yourselves for all the evil you have done.
loathe Verb 혐오하다 (=detest)

(Chapter 21)
21:4 Because I am going to cut off the righteous and the wicked, my sword will be unsheathed against everyone from south to north.
unsheathe T verb <칼 등을> 칼집에서 뽑다, 빼내다; 선전 포고를 하다, 개전(開戰)하다

21:6 “Therefore groan, son of man! Groan before them with broken heart and bitter grief.
groan 1.Verb (고통·짜증으로) 신음[끙 하는] 소리를 내다, (기뻐서) 낮게 탄성을 지르다 (=moan) 2.신음 소리 같은 소리를 내다 (=moan) 3.Noun 신음, 끙 하는 소리 (=moan)

21:16 O sword, slash to the right, then to the left, wherever your blade is turned.
slash 1.Verb (날카로운 것으로 길게, 특히 폭력적으로) 긋다[베다] (=slit) 2.대폭 줄이다[낮추다] 3.Noun (칼 등으로) 긋기[베기]

21:21 For the king of Babylon will stop at the fork in the road, at the junction of the two roads, to seek an omen: He will cast lots with arrows, he will consult his idols, he will examine the liver.
fork Noun 포크, 쇠스랑, 갈퀴 (→pitchfork), 갈림길 Verb 갈라지다, 나뉘다
omen [|oʊmən] Noun 징조, 조짐 (=portent)

21:22 Into his right hand will come the lot for Jerusalem, where he is to set up battering rams, to give the command to slaughter, to sound the battle cry, to set battering rams against the gates, to build a ramp and to erect siege works.
battering ram Noun 공성 망치, 파성퇴(과거 성문이나 성벽을 두들겨 부수는 데 쓰던 나무 기둥같이 생긴 무기)

21:23 It will seem like a false omen to those who have sworn allegiance to him, but he will remind them of their guilt and take them captive.
allegiance Noun (정당·종교·통치자 등에 대한) 충성, swear allegiance 충성을 맹세하다

(Chapter 22)
22:5 Those who are near and those who are far away will mock you, O infamous city, full of turmoil.
turmoil Noun 혼란, 소란 (=confusion)

22:7 In you they have treated father and mother with contempt; in you they have oppressed the alien and mistreated the fatherless and the widow.
contempt Noun 경멸, 멸시, (법규·위험 등을) 개의하지 않음, 무시

22:12 In you men accept bribes to shed blood; you take usury and excessive interest and make unjust gain from your neighbors by extortion. And you have forgotten me, declares the Sovereign LORD.
extortion Noun 1. 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

22:15 I will disperse you among the nations and scatter you through the countries; and I will put an end to your uncleanness.
disperse 1.Verb (이리저리) 흩어지다, 해산하다; 해산시키다 2.(넓은 지역에) 흩어지다[확산되다], 흩다[확산시키다] (=scatter)
scatter 1.Verb (흩)뿌리다 2.(사람·동물이[을] 사방으로) 황급히 흩어지다[흩어지게 만들다] (=disperse) 3.Noun (드문드문 산재해 있는) 소수[소량]

22:18 “Son of man, the house of Israel has become dross to me; all of them are the copper, tin, iron and lead left inside a furnace. They are but the dross of silver.
dross 1.Noun 특히 英 싸구려 (물건들), 찌꺼기 2.전문 용어 (특히 녹인 금속의) 찌꺼기

(Chapter 23)
23:3 They became prostitutes in Egypt, engaging in prostitution from their youth. In that land their breasts were fondled and their virgin bosoms caressed.
fondle Verb 애무하다 (=caress)
caress 1.Verb 애무하다, 어루만지다 2.Noun 애무, 애정 표시
bosom 1.Noun (여자의) 가슴, (여성복의) 가슴 (부위), 3단란함

23:11 “Her sister Oholibah saw this, yet in her lust and prostitution she was more depraved than her sister.
deprave Verb 격식 (사람을 도덕적으로) 타락[부패]하게 만들다 (=corrupt)

23:19 Yet she became more and more promiscuous as she recalled the days of her youth, when she was a prostitute in Egypt.
promiscuous 1.Adj (성생활이) 난잡한[문란한] 2.격식 (별 생각 없이) 이것저것 되는 대로의[잡다하게 모은]

23:20 There she lusted after her lovers, whose genitals were like those of donkeys and whose emission was like that of horses.
genital Adj 생식기의

23:27 So I will put a stop to the lewdness and prostitution you began in Egypt. You will not look on these things with longing or remember Egypt anymore.
lewdness Noun 음탕함, 방탕함.

23:32 “This is what the Sovereign LORD says: “You will drink your sister’s cup, a cup large and deep; it will bring scorn and derision, for it holds so much.
scorn 1.Noun 경멸[멸시](감), (=contempt) 2.Verb 경멸[멸시]하다 (=dismiss)
derision Noun 조롱, 조소 (=scorn)

23:42 “The noise of a carefree crowd was around her; Sabeans were brought from the desert along with men from the rabble, and they put bracelets on the arms of the woman and her sister and beautiful crowns on their heads.
rabble 1.Noun 왁자한 무리, 폭도 (=mob) 2.(하찮은) 일반 대중[서민] (=the masses)

(Chapter 24)
24:6 “‘For this is what the Sovereign LORD says: “‘Woe to the city of bloodshed, to the pot now encrusted, whose deposit will not go away! Empty it piece by piece without casting lots for them.
encrusted Adj (얇고 딱딱한 막 같은 것이) 싸인[덮인/형성된]

24:10 So heap on the wood and kindle the fire. Cook the meat well, mixing in the spices; and let the bones be charred.
char 1.Verb 숯이 되다, 까맣게 타다; 숯을 만들다, 까맣게 태우다 (→charred)

24:11 Then set the empty pot on the coals till it becomes hot and its copper glows so its impurities may be melted and its deposit burned away.
deposit 침전물, 퇴적물

24:13 “‘Now your impurity is lewdness. Because I tried to cleanse you but you would not be cleansed from your impurity, you will not be clean again until my wrath against you has subsided.
subside 1.Verb 가라앉다, 진정되다 2.빠지다 3.내려앉다, 침하되다

24:14 “‘I the LORD have spoken. The time has come for me to act. I will not hold back; I will not have pity, nor will I relent. You will be judged according to your conduct and your actions, declares the Sovereign LORD.'”
relent 1.Verb (거부하다가 마침내) 동의하다 (=give in) 2.(기세·강도 등이) 수그러들다[누그러지다], 노여움을 풀다, …에 대하여 측은함을 느끼다.

24:17 Groan quietly; do not mourn for the dead. Keep your turban fastened and your sandals on your feet; do not cover the lower part of your face or eat the customary food of mourners.”
customary 1.Adj 관례적인 (=usual) 2.습관적인 (=habitual)

 

 

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