Job 42:14

And he called the name of the first, Jemimah; and the name of the second, Keziah; and the name of the third, Keren-happuch.
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George Leo Haydock

AD 1849
Dies "Day.cassia.and horn of antimony. "(Hebrew) Yemima.Ketsiha.Keren hapuc. This last may signify (Haydock) "horn of change "(Pagnin) in allusion to Job's different states. (Menochius) (Du Hamel) Sometimes we find the Latin names retained, and at other times translated. It would perhaps be as well to give their force uniformly in English, or rather to insert the original terms, if they could be now properly expressed. But that is impossible. Protestants, Jemima, "handsome as the day. "Kezia, "superficies, angle, or cassia. "Keren-happuch, "the horn or child of beauty. "The marginal explanations are given at least in the edition Edinb. 1787. (Haydock) Cassia, an aromatic herb, which is perhaps not now to be found in Europe, Mat thiol. in Dios. i. 12. The Arabs like to give such names to their children. (Spanheim, Hist. Job.) Cornustibii, (Hebrew Puc) means a sort of paint, used to blacken the eyelids, (4 Kings ix. 30.) or a precious stone, Isaias liv. 11. Chaldean, "brilliant as a...

Gregory The Dialogist

AD 604
43. Because these names are derived from virtues, the translator appropriately took care not to insert them as they are found in the Arabic language, but to shew their meaning more plainly when translated into the Latin tongue. For who can be ignorant that Dies and Casia are Latin words? But in Cornustibii, (though it is not corn us but cornu, and the pipe of singers is called not tibium but tibia,) I suppose he preferred, without keeping the gender of the word in the Latin tongue, to state the thing as it is, and to preserve the peculiarity of that language from which he was translating. Or because he compounded one word out of the two, (cornu, and tibia,) he was at liberty to call both words, which are translated in Latin by one part of speech, whatever gender he pleased. What is the reason then that the first daughter of Job is said to have been called Dies, the second Casia, but the third Cornustibii, except that the whole human race, which is chosen by the kindness of its Creator,...

Knowing this first, that no prophecy of the scripture is of any private interpretation - 2 Peter 1:20

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