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|Neh 2:12 And I arose in the night, I and some few men with me; neither told I any man what my God had put in my heart to do at Jerusalem: neither was there any beast with me, save the beast that I rode upon.
|Verse # = 12320 | Words =26 | Letters = 93
|Data from Strong's Concordance|
|And I arose ||קום|| H6965 quwm ||146|
|in the night, ||ליל|| H3915 layil ||70|
|I and some ||מעט|| H4592 me`at ||119|
|few ||מעט|| H4592 me`at ||119|
|men ||אנוש|| H0582 'enowsh ||357|
|with me; neither told ||נגד|| H5046 nagad ||57|
|I any man ||אדם|| H0120 'adam ||45|
|what my God ||אלהים|| H0430 'elohiym ||86|
|had put ||נתן|| H5414 nathan ||500|
|in my heart ||לב|| H3820 leb ||32|
|to do ||עשה|| H6213 `asah ||375|
|at Jerusalem: ||ירושלם|| H3389 Yeruwshalaim ||586|
|neither was there any beast ||בהמה|| H0929 behemah ||52|
|with me, save the beast ||בהמה|| H0929 behemah ||52|
|that I rode upon.||רכב|| H7392 rakab ||222|
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