||Exodus - Wycliffe Bible(14c)
||Exodus - Douay Rheims(17c)
||Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens: Vade, ascende de loco isto tu, et populus tuus quem eduxisti de terra ?gypti, in terram quam juravi Abraham, Isaac et Jacob, dicens: Semini tuo dabo eam:
||And the Lord spak to Moyses, and seide, Go and stie fro this place, thou, and the puple, whom thou leddist out of the lond of Egipt, in to the lond, which Y haue swore to Abraham, and to Ysaac, and to Jacob, and Y seide, Y schal yyue it to thi seed.
||And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying: God, get thee up from this place, thou and thy people which thou has brought out of the land of Egypt, into the land concerning which I swore to Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, saying: To thy seed I will give it.
||The prohibition of the wearing of jewellery. Ex.33.1-6
||et mittam pr?cursorem tui angelum, ut ejiciam Chanan?um, et Amorrh?um, et Heth?um, et Pherez?um, et Hev?um, et Jebus?um,
||And Y schal sende thi bifore goere an aungel, that Y caste out Cananey, and Amorei, and Ethei, and Ferezei, and Euey, and Jebusey;
||And I will send an angel before thee, that I may cast out the Chanaanite, and the Amorrhite, and the Hethite, and the Pherezite, and the Hevite, and the Jebusite.
||et intres in terram fluentem lacte et melle. Non enim ascendam tecum, quia populus dur? cervicis es: ne forte disperdam te in via.
||and that thou entre in to the lond flowynge with mylk and hony; for Y schal not stye with thee, for thou art a puple of hard nol, lest perauenture Y leese thee in the weie.
||That thou mayst enter into the land that floweth with milk and honey. For I will not go up with thee, because thou art a stiffnecked people: lest I destroy thee in the way.
||Audiensque populus sermonem hunc pessimum, luxit: et nullus ex more indutus est cultu suo.
||The puple herde this worste word, and morenyde, and noon was clothid with his ournyng bi custom.
||And the people hearing these very bad tidings, mourned: and no man put on his ornaments according to custom.
||Dixitque Dominus ad Moysen: Loquere filiis Isra?l: Populus dur? cervicis es: semel ascendam in medio tui, et delebo te. Jam nunc depone ornatum tuum, ut sciam quid faciam tibi.
||And the Lord seide to Moises, Spek thou to the sones of Israel, Thou art a puple of hard nol; onys Y schal stie in the myddis of thee, and Y schal do awey thee; riyt now putte awei thin ournyng, that Y wite, what Y schal do to thee.
||And the Lord said to Moses: Say to the children of Israel: Thou are a stiffnecked people; once I shall come up in the midst of thee, and shall destroy thee. Now presently lay aside thy ornaments, that I may know what to do with thee.
||Deposuerunt ergo filii Isra?l ornatum suum a monte Horeb.
||Therfor the sones of Israel puttiden awey her ournyng fro the hil of Oreb.
||So the children of Israel laid aside their ornaments by mount Horeb.
||Moyses quoque tollens tabernaculum, tetendit extra castra procul, vocavitque nomen ejus, Tabernaculum f?deris. Et omnis populus, qui habebat aliquam qu?stionem, egrediebatur ad tabernaculum f?deris, extra castra.
||And Moises took the tabernacle, and settide fer with out the castels, and he clepide the name therof the tabernacle of boond of pees. And al the puple that hadde ony questioun, yede out to the tabernacle of boond of pees, with out the castels.
||Moses also taking the tabernacle, pitched it without the camp afar off, and called the name thereof, The tabernacle of the covenant. And all the people that had any question, went forth to the tabernacle of the covenant, without the camp.
||The tent of the Presence. Ex.33.7-23
||Cumque egrederetur Moyses ad tabernaculum, surgebat universa plebs, et stabat unusquisque in ostio papilionis sui, aspiciebantque tergum Moysi, donec ingrederetur tentorium.
||And whanne Moises yede out to the tabernacle, al the puple roos, and ech man stood in the dore of his tente, and thei bihelden the bak of Moises, til he entride in to the tente.
||And when Moses went forth to the tabernacle, all the people rose up, and every one stood in the door of his pavilion, and they beheld the back of Moses, till he went into the tabernacle.
||Ingresso autem illo tabernaculum f?deris, descendebat columna nubis, et stabat ad ostium, loquebaturque cum Moyse,
||Sotheli whanne he entride in to the tabernacle of boond of pees, a piler of cloude cam doun, and stood at the dore; and the Lord spak with Moises,
||And when he was gone into the tabernacle of the covenant, the pillar of the cloud came down, and stood at the door, and he spoke with Moses.
||cernentibus universis quod columna nubis staret ad ostium tabernaculi. Stabantque ipsi, et adorabant per fores tabernaculorum suorum.
||while alle men sien that the piler of cloude stood at the dore of tabernacle; and thei stoden, and worschipiden bi the dores of her tabernaclis.
||And all saw that the pillar of the cloud stood at the door of the tabernacle. And they stood, and worshipped at the doors of their tents.
||Loquebatur autem Dominus ad Moysen facie ad faciem, sicut solet loqui homo ad amicum suum. Cumque ille reverteretur in castra, minister ejus Josue filius Nun, puer, non recedebat de tabernaculo.
||Forsothe the Lord spak to Moises face to face, as a man is wont to speke to his freend; and whanne he turnede ayen in to the castels, Josue, his mynystre, the sone of Nun, a child, yede not awey fro the tabernacle.
||And the Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a man is wont to speak to his friend. And when he returned into the camp, his servant Josue the son of Nun, a young man, departed not from the tabernacle.
||Dixit autem Moyses ad Dominum: Pr?cipis ut educam populum istum: et non indicas mihi quem missurus es mecum, pr?sertim cum dixeris: Novi te ex nomine, et invenisti gratiam coram me.
||Forsothe Moises seide to the Lord, Thou comaundist, that Y lede out this puple, and thou schewist not to me, whom thou schalt sende with me, most sithen thou seidist, Y knewe thee bi name, and thou hast founde grace bifore me.
||And Moses said to the Lord; Thou commandest me to lead forth this people: and thou dost not let me know whom thou wilt send with me, especially whereas thou hast said: I know thee by name, and thou hast found favour in my sight.
||Si ergo inveni gratiam in conspectu tuo, ostende mihi faciem tuam, ut sciam te, et inveniam gratiam ante oculos tuos: respice populum tuum gentem hanc.
||Therfore if Y haue founde grace in thi siyt, schewe thi face to me, that Y knowe thee, and fynde grace bifor thin iyen; biholde thi puple, and this folk.
||If therefore I have found favour in thy sight, show me thy face, that I may know thee, and may find grace before thy eyes: look upon thy people this nation.
||Dixitque Dominus: Facies mea pr?cedet te, et requiem dabo tibi.
||And God seide, My face schal go bifor thee, and Y schal yyue reste to thee.
||And the Lord said: My face shall go before thee, and I will give thee rest.
||Et ait Moyses: Si non tu ipse pr?cedas, ne educas nos de loco isto.
||And Moises seide, If thi silf schalt not go bifore, lede not vs out of this place;
||And Moses said: If thou thyself dost not go before, bring us not out of this place.
||In quo enim scire poterimus ego et populus tuus invenisse nos gratiam in conspectu tuo, nisi ambulaveris nobiscum, ut glorificemur ab omnibus populis qui habitant super terram?
||for in what thing moun we wite, Y and thi puple, that we han founde grace in thi siyt, if thou schalt not go with vs, that we be glorified of alle puplis that dwellen on erthe?
||For how shall we be able to know, I and thy people, that we have found grace in thy sight, unless thou walk with us, that we may be glorified by all people that dwell upon the earth?
||Dixit autem Dominus ad Moysen: Et verbum istud, quod locutus es, faciam: invenisti enim gratiam coram me, et teipsum novi ex nomine.
||Forsothe the Lord seide to Moises, Y schal do also this word, which thou hast spoke; for thou hast founde grace bifor me, and Y knewe thi silf bi name.
||And the Lord said to Moses: This word also, which thou hast spoken, will I do: for thou hast found grace before me, and thee I have known by name.
||Qui ait: Ostende mihi gloriam tuam.
||And Moises seide, Schewe thou thi glorie to me.
||And he said: Shew me thy glory.
||Respondit: Ego ostendam omne bonum tibi, et vocabo in nomine Domini coram te: et miserebor cui voluero, et clemens ero in quem mihi placuerit.
||God answeride, Y schal schewe al good to thee, and Y schal clepe in the name of the Lord bifor thee, and Y schal do merci to whom Y wole, and Y schal be merciful on whom it plesith to me.
||He answered: I will shew thee all good, and I will proclaim in the name of the Lord before thee: and I will have mercy on whom I will, and I will be merciful to whom it shall please me.
||Rursumque ait: Non poteris videre faciem meam: non enim videbit me homo et vivet.
||And eft God seide, Thou maist not se my face, for a man schal not se me, and schal lyue.
||And again he said: Thou canst not see my face: for man shall not see me and live.
||Et iterum: Ecce, inquit, est locus apud me, et stabis supra petram.
||And eft God seide, A place is anentis me, and thou schalt stonde on a stoon;
||And again he said: Behold there is a place with me, and thou shalt stand upon the rock.
||Cumque transibit gloria mea, ponam te in foramine petr?, et protegam dextera mea, donec transeam:
||and whanne my glorie schal passe, Y schal sette thee in the hoole of the stoon, and Y schal kyuere with my riyt hond, til Y passe; and Y schal take awey myn hond,
||And when my glory shall pass, I will set thee in a hole of the rock, and protect thee with my right hand, till I pass:
||tollamque manum meam, et videbis posteriora mea: faciem autem meam videre non poteris.
||and thou schalt se myn hyndrere partis, forsothe thou mayst not se my face.
||And I will take away my hand, and thou shalt see my back parts: but my face thou canst not see.