||Numbers - Wycliffe Bible(14c)
||Numbers - Douay Rheims(17c)
||Morabatur autem eo tempore Isra?l in Settim, et fornicatus est populus cum filiabus Moab,
||Forsothe in that tyme Israel dwellide in Sechym; and the puple dide fornycacioun with the douytris of Moab;
||And Israel at that time abode in Settim, and the people committed fornication with the daughters of Moab,
||qu? vocaverunt eos ad sacrificia sua. At ille comederunt et adoraverunt deos earum.
||whiche douytris clepiden hem to her sacrifices, and thei eten, and worschipiden the goddis of tho douytris;
||Who called them to their sacrifices. And they ate of them, and adored their gods.
||Initiatusque est Isra?l Beelphegor: et iratus Dominus,
||and Israel made sacrifice to Belphegor. And the Lord was wrooth,
||And Israel was initiated to Beelphegor: upon which the Lord being angry,
||ait ad Moysen: Tolle cunctos principes populi, et suspende eos contra solem in patibulis, ut avertatur furor meus ab Isra?l.
||and seide to Moises, Take thou alle the princes of the puple, and hange hem ayens the sunne in iebatis, that my wodnesse, that is stronge veniaunce, be turned awai fro Israel.
||Said to Moses: Take all the princes of the people, and hang them up on gibbets against the sun: that my fury may be turned away from Israel.
||Dixitque Moyses ad judices Isra?l: Occidat unusquisque proximos suos, qui initiati sunt Beelphegor.
||And Moises seide to the iugis of Israel, Ech man sle his neiyboris, that maden sacrifice to Belphagor.
||And Moses said to the judges of Israel: Let every man kill his neighbours, that have been initiated to Beelphegor.
||Et ecce unus de filiis Isra?l intravit coram fratribus suis ad scortum Madianitidem, vidente Moyse, et omni turba filiorum Isra?l, qui flebant ante fores tabernaculi.
||And, lo! oon of the sones of Israel entride bifor his britheren to an hoore of Madian, in the siyt of Moises, and al the cumpeny of the sones of Israel, whiche wepten bifor the yatis of the tabernacle.
||And behold one of the children of Israel went in before his brethren to a harlot of Madian, in the sight of Moses, and of all the children of Israel, who were weeping before the door of the tabernacle.
||Quod cum vidisset Phinees filius Eleazari filii Aaron sacerdotis, surrexit de medio multitudinis, et arrepto pugione,
||And whanne Phynees, the sone of Eleazar, sone of Aaron, preest, hadde seyn this, he roos fro the myddis of the multitude; and whanne he hadde take a swerd,
||And when Phinees the son of Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest saw it, he rose up from the midst; of the multitude, and taking a dagger,
||ingressus est post virum Isra?litem in lupanar, et perfodit ambos simul, virum scilicet et mulierem in locis genitalibus. Cessavitque plaga a filiis Isra?l:
||he entride aftir the man of Israel in to the hoore hows, and stikide thorou both togidere, that is, the man and the womman, in the places of gendryng. And the veniaunce ceesside fro the sones of Israel,
||Went in after the Israelite into the brothel house, and thrust both of them through together, to wit, the man and the woman in the genital parts. And the scourge ceased from the children of Israel:
||et occisi sunt viginti quatuor millia hominum.
||and foure and twenti thousand of men weren slayn.
||And there were slain four and twenty thousand men.
||Dixitque Dominus ad Moysen:
||And the Lord seide to Moises,
||And the Lord said to Moses:
||Phinees filius Eleazari filii Aaron sacerdotis avertit iram meam a filiis Isra?l: quia zelo meo commotus est contra eos, ut non ipse delerem filios Isra?l in zelo meo.
||Fynees, the sone of Eleazar, sone of Aaron, preest, turnede away myn yre fro the sones of Israel; for he was stirid ayens hem bi my feruent loue, that Y my silf schulde not do awai the sones of Israel in my greet hete, ether strong veniaunce.
||Phinees the son of Eleazar the son of Aaron the priest, hath turned away my wrath from the children of Israel: because he was moved with my zeal against them, that I myself might not destroy the children of Israel in my zeal.
||Idcirco loquere ad eum: Ecce do ei pacem f?deris mei,
||Therfor speke thou to hym, Lo! Y yyue to hym the pees of my couenaunt,
||Therefore say to him: Behold I give him the peace of my covenant,
||et erit tam ipsi quam semini ejus pactum sacerdotii sempiternum: quia zelatus est pro Deo suo, et expiavit scelus filiorum Isra?l.
||and it schal be an euerlastynge couenaunt of preesthod, as wel to hym silf as to his seed; for he louyde feruentli for his God, and he clenside the greet trespas of the sones of Israel.
||And the covenant of the priesthood for ever shall be both to him and his seed, because he hath been zealous for his God, and hath made atonement for the wickedness of the children of Israel.
||Erat autem nomen viri Isra?lit?, qui occisus est cum Madianitide, Zambri filius Salu, dux de cognatione et tribu Simeonis.
||Forsothe the name of the man of Israel, that was slayn with the womman of Madian, was Zambri, the sone of Salu, duyk of the kynrede and lynage of Symeon.
||And the name of the Israelite, was slain with the woman of Madian, was Zambri the son of Salu, a prince the kindred and tribe of Simeon.
||Porro mulier Madianitis, qu? pariter interfecta est, vocabatur Cozbi filia Sur principis nobilissimi Madianitarum.
||Forsothe the womman of Madian that was slayn togidere, was clepid Cobri, the douyter of Sur, the nobleste prince of Madianytis.
||And the Madianite woman, that was slain with him, was called Cozbi the daughter of Sur, a most noble prince among the Madianites.
||Locutusque est Dominus ad Moysen, dicens:
||And the Lord spak to Moises and seide,
||And the Lord spoke to Moses, saying:
||Hostes vos sentiant Madianit?, et percutite eos:
||Madianytis feele you enemyes, and smyte ye hem;
||Let the Madianites find you enemies, and slay you them:
||quia et ipsi hostiliter egerunt contra vos, et decepere insidiis per idolum Phogor, et Cozbi filiam ducis Madian sororem suam, qu? percussa est in die plag? pro sacrilegio Phogor.
||for also thei diden enemyliche ayens you, and disseyueden thorow tresouns, bi the idol of Phegor, and bi the douyter of Corbri, duyk of Madian, her sister, which douyter was sleyn in the dai of veniaunce, for the sacrilege of Phegor.
||Because they also have acted like enemies against you, and have guilefully deceived you by the idol Phogor, and Cozbi their sister, a daughter of a prince of Madian, who was slain in the day the plague for the sacrilege of Phogor.