Daniel: Significant Events in
the Six Years of Returning
(Darius)
Daniel 12:11h
Daniel 12:11, Page 8

Re-evaluation Translation:
(
Repeating) Daniel 12:11  And of the time that the continual week [and the entire Gregorian time-keeping system] will be taken away, and the idolatry that paralyses [every false religion] is given up, there spans a thousand two hundred and ninety days [for this part of “the end of these things,” Daniel 12:8].

Bible, KJV Translation:
(
Repeating) Daniel 12:11  And from the time that the daily sacrifice shall be taken away, and the abomination that maketh desolate set up, there shall be a thousand two hundred and ninety days.

Significant Words and Comments:

Signifiicant Words in Daniel 12:11 (2 August 2009):
       
Time, `eth [from Strong’s Hebrew Dictionary entry H6256, from H5703, from the Hebrew root verb H5710], as discussed in notes on Daniel 11:6.

       
Shall be taken away, shall remove, is from cuwr [H5493], meaning “to turn off,” as discussed in notes on Daniel 11:31.

       
Daily sacrifice, a totally inappropriate translation of tamiyd [H8548/from unused root meaning to stretch ] which simply means “the regular, the continual,” as discussed in detail in notes on Daniel 11:31.

       
Set up, nathan [H5414], “to give, to put, to make,” as by Daniel 11:6.

       
Abomination, or more accurately, the idolatry, from shiqquwtz [H8251/H8262], meaning “disgusting, filthy; idolatrous; loathesome, polluted,” as discussed in notes on Daniel 11:31.

       
That desolates is from the most powerful Hebrew root word shamem [H8074], meaning “to stun (or grow numb), to devastate or stupefy,” to paralyze, as discussed in notes on Daniel 11:31

       
Days, from yowm [H3117], is discussed in notes on Daniel 11:20.

       
A thousand is from 'eleph [H0505/H0504], meaning “hence (an ox’s head being the first letter of the alphabet, and this eventually used as a numeral) a thousand.” 'Eleph is used only twice in Daniel 11-12 [12:11, 12].

       
Two hundred is from the dual form of me'ah [H3967], meaning “a hundred.” Me'ah is used only twice in Daniel 11-12 [12:11, 12].

       
Ninety, tish`iym [H8673/H8672], is used only here in Daniel 11-12.


Gael Bataman
Originally Written:             2 August 2009
Latest Update:                   5 January 2012


 
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