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Judges 20:46

    Judges 20:46 Translations

    King James Version (KJV)

    So that all which fell that day of Benjamin were twenty and five thousand men that drew the sword; all these were men of valour.

    American King James Version (AKJV)

    So that all which fell that day of Benjamin were twenty and five thousand men that drew the sword; all these were men of valor.

    American Standard Version (ASV)

    So that all who fell that day of Benjamin were twenty and five thousand men that drew the sword; all these were men of valor.

    Basic English Translation (BBE)

    So twenty-five thousand of the swordsmen of Benjamin came to their end that day, all strong men of war.

    Webster's Revision

    So that all who fell that day of Benjamin were twenty and five thousand men that drew the sword; all these were men of valor.

    World English Bible

    So that all who fell that day of Benjamin were twenty-five thousand men who drew the sword; all these [were] men of valor.

    English Revised Version (ERV)

    So that all which fell that day of Benjamin were twenty and five thousand men that drew the sword; all these were men of valour.

    Barnes' Notes on Judges 20:46

    In Judges 20:35 the number given is 25,100. Judges 20:44-46 give the details of the loss on that day: 18,000, 5,000, and 2,000; in all 25,000. But as the Benjamites numbered 26,700 men Judges 20:15, and 600 escaped to the rock of Rimmon, it is clear that 1,100 are unaccounted for, partly from no account being taken of those who fell in the battles of the two first days, partly from the use of round numbers, or from some other cause. The numbers given both here and in Judges 20:35 are expressly restricted to those who fell on "that" (the third) "day."

    Wesley's Notes on Judges 20:46

    20:46 Twenty and five thousand - Besides the odd hundred expressed ver.35, but here only the great number is mentioned, the less being omitted, as inconsiderable. Here are also a thousand more omitted, because he speaks only of them who fell in that third day of battle.