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Ἔλεγε δὲ τὸν Ἰούδαν Σίμωνος Ἰσκαριώτην· οὗτος γὰρ ἔμελλεν αὐτὸν παραδιδόναι, εἷς ὢν ἐκ τῶν δώδεκα.
RBT Greek Interlinear:
Strongs 2036  [list]
Λογεῖον
elegen
ἔλεγεν
had said
V-IIA-3S
Strongs 1161  [list]
Λογεῖον
de
δὲ
and
Conj
Strongs 3588  [list]
Λογεῖον
ton
τὸν
the
Art-AMS
Strongs 2455  [list]
Λογεῖον
Ioudan
Ἰούδαν
Judas
N-AMS
Strongs 4613  [list]
Λογεῖον
Simōnos
Σίμωνος
Hearing
N-GMS
Strongs 2469  [list]
Λογεῖον
Iskariōtou
Ἰσκαριώτου
Iscariot
N-GMS
Strongs 3778  [list]
Λογεῖον
houtos
οὗτος
this one
DPro-NMS
Strongs 1063  [list]
Λογεῖον
gar
γὰρ
for
Conj
Strongs 3195  [list]
Λογεῖον
emellen
ἔμελλεν
was about
V-IIA-3S
Strongs 3860  [list]
Λογεῖον
paradidonai
παραδιδόναι
to hand over
V-PNA
Strongs 846  [list]
Λογεῖον
auton
αὐτόν
himself
PPro-AM3S
Strongs 1520  [list]
Λογεῖον
heis
εἷς
one
Adj-NMS
Strongs 1537  [list]
Λογεῖον
ek
ἐκ
from out
Prep
Strongs 3588  [list]
Λογεῖον
tōn
τῶν
the
Art-GMP
Strongs 1427  [list]
Λογεῖον
dōdeka
δώδεκα
twelve
Adj-GMP
RBT Translation:
Judas "Man of the Cities"
He was speaking, now, the Caster of Hearer Man-of-Cities [Judas of Simon Iscariot],75b for this one was about to give over himself, one, from out of the Twelve.
The Twelve.

"broken pieces/bones" or "hours" before "one", the seventh one (also called a single "bone of the Day").

"I became quiet and he is breaking me up and he has grasped me in the neck and is dashing me to pieces and is standing me up to himself, to the guardhouse." (Job 16:12 RBT)

"I strike under the eye [black-eye] of myself the body and enslave, lest how myself having preached to others I might become unapproved/rejected." (1 Corinthians 9:27 RBT)

LITV Translation:
But He spoke of Judas Iscariot, Simon's son, for this one was about to betray Him, being one of the Twelve.
ESV Translation:
He spoke of Judas the son of Simon Iscariot, for he, one of the twelve, was going to betray him.

Footnotes

75b

Man of the Cities "Ish-Qiryot"

There are a few various words for "city in the Hebrew, each with their own etymological connotation:

  1. עִיר (ir): The root of this word is ע־ר־ה (ayin - resh - heh), which carries the general sense of "watching" or "being awake." The concept of a city might derive from the idea of a place where people are awake and active. Strong's #5892.

  1. קִרְיָה (kiryah) from which "Iscariot is derived: The root of this word is ק־ר־ה (kuf - resh - heh), which has meanings related to "meeting" or "calling." "Kiryah" might suggest a place where people gather or are called together. Strong's #7151.

  2. עִירִיָּה (iriyah): This word is derived from the root ע־ר־י (ayin - resh - yod), which is related to the concept of "watching" or "guarding." In this context, "iriyah" might refer to a place where there is organized oversight or governance. Strong's #5892 (same as עִיר).

  3. בִּירָה (birah): castle, fortress. It is used to describe the temple in Jerusalem (1 Chronicles 29:1, 19). It is also used to describe a fortress near the temple in Jerusalem (Nehemiah 2:8; Nehemiah 7:2).

    In the phrase "בְּשׁוּשַׁן הַבִּירָה" (Birah Shushan), it refers to a fortress in the city of Shushan (Nehemiah 1:1; Esther 1:2, 5; Esther 2:3, 5, 8; Esther 3:15; Esther 8:14; Esther 9:6, 11, 12; Daniel 8:2). This fortress is mentioned in relation to significant events in the Book of Esther and other historical accounts. Strong's #1002.

  4. מְדִינָה (medinah): This word comes from the root ד־י־ן (dalet - yod - nun), which means "judgment" or "justice." Over time, "medinah" evolved to refer to a political entity or state, including its administrative center or cities within it. Strong's #4082.