; judge of God
, the name of two Israelites.
A primitive root (compare H1933
); to exist
, that is, be
, come to pass
(always emphatic, and not a mere copula or auxiliary).
Properly the same as H5703
(used as a preposition, adverb or conjugation; especially with a preposition); as far
, or much
, whether of space (even unto
) or time (during
) or degree (equally with
A numeral from H0258
; properly united
, that is, one
; or (as an ordinal) first
(The first form being in plural only, the second form being feminine); from H8138
; a year
(as a revolution
From the Persian; Koresh
(or Cyrus), the Persian king.
_ _ Daniel continued ... unto ... first year of Cyrus (2 Chronicles 36:22; Ezra 1:1). Not that he did not continue beyond that year, but the expression is designed to mark the fact that he who was one of the first captives taken to Babylon, lived to see the end of the captivity. See my Introduction, “Significance of the Babylonian Captivity.” In Daniel 10:1 he is mentioned as living “in the third year of Cyrus.” See Margin Note, on the use of “till” (Psalms 110:1, Psalms 112:8).
Continued in the court of Babylon until Cyrus, and then he was in the Persian court, and he lived in honour and high employment all that time, yea, after Cyrus began to reign. For Daniel 10:1, he had visions and revelations in the third year of Cyrus.
And Daniel continued [even] unto (u) the first year of king Cyrus.
(u) That is, he was esteemed in Babylon as a Prophet as long as that commonwealth stood.
So this Daniel prospered in the reign of Darius, and in
the reign of Cyrus the Persian.
In the third year of Cyrus king of Persia a thing was revealed unto Daniel, whose
name was called Belteshazzar; and the
] true, but
the time appointed [was
: and he understood the thing, and had understanding of the vision.
"He lived to see that glorious time of the return of his people from the Babylonia captivity, though he did not die then. So till is used
[[A Psalm of David.]] The LORD said unto my Lord, Sit
thou at my right hand, until
I make thine enemies thy footstool.
] established, he shall
not be afraid, until he
see [his desire
] upon his enemies.
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