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I found an animal named “Lim” in the 1599 Geneva Bible. Do you know what it is?
All right, so the first question is from Greg, and Greg is asking I’m currently researching some words that are defined a little different in some of the newer versions. But as I was doing this, I looked at the 1599 Geneva Bible in Isaiah 21, and it includes the word limb as an animal. I cannot find any information on this. Maybe you won’t either, but I am asking the question, do you know what a limb is?
Thank you. Great for the question. And I did dig into the word, and this is definitely a new one for me, and I’m intrigued. I want to read more on the Geneva Bible. Definitely very important Bible for how we got to the current English versions we have today. And as far as I can come up with, it just means limb or appendage. It seems to be all sources I find say that’s what the Liam meant in that older English maybe doesn’t quite feel like an animal, or maybe it does, but that’s the best I could come up with. Limb or appendage. Almost like our limb. Modern word for limb.
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