Translation of Proverbs 7:20

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Danielkim
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Translation of Proverbs 7:20

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Hello. People.

the word #3677 either has been translated as " full moon " or "appointed". which translation is better.

please let me know if you know of anything.

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Re: Translation of Proverbs 7:20

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Daniel, could you please give us the actual Hebrew word, rather than what I presume is a reference to Strong's Concordance?
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Re: Translation of Proverbs 7:20

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I have moved this topic to "General Discussions" as a more appropriate place for the topic and so that more people will see it and possibly respond.
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Re: Translation of Proverbs 7:20

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Danielkim wrote:Hello. People.

the word #3677 either has been translated as " full moon " or "appointed". which translation is better.

please let me know if you know of anything.

Daniel Kim.
I’ll echo George Athas:

Could you please post at least the word, better the whole context and reasons for your question. Your use of merely a number leaves us guessing.

Giving reasons shows us your thought patterns and how you came to the question.

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