Leviticus 11:14

“And the vulture, and the kite after his kind;”

King James Version (KJV)

Other Translations for Leviticus 11:14

And the Uulture, and the Kite, after his kinde:
- King James Version (1611) - View 1611 Bible Scan

and the kite and the falcon in its kind,
- New American Standard Version (1995)

and the kite, and the falcon after its kind,
- American Standard Version (1901)

And the kite and the falcon, and birds of that sort;
- Basic English Bible

and the falcon, and the kite, after its kind;
- Darby Bible

And the vultur, and the kite after his kind;
- Webster's Bible

and the red kite, any kind of black kite,
- World English Bible

and the vulture, and the kite after its kind,
- Youngs Literal Bible

and the kite, and the falcon after its kinds;
- Jewish Publication Society Bible

Bible Commentary for Leviticus 11:14

Wesley's Notes for Leviticus 11:14

11:13 Among the fowls - The true signification of the following Hebrew words is now lost, as the Jews at this day confess; which not falling out without God's singular providence may intimate the cessation of this law, the exact observation whereof since Christ came is become impossible. In general, this may be observed, that the fowls forbidden in diet, are all either ravenous and cruel, or such as delight in the night and darkness, or such as feed upon impure things; and so the signification of these prohibitions is manifest, to teach men to abominate all cruelty or oppression, and all works of darkness and filthiness. The ossifrage and the osprey - Two peculiar kinds of eagles, distinct from that which being the chief of its kind, is called by the name of the whole kind.

11:15 After his kind - According to the several kinds, known by this general name, which includes, besides ravens properly so called, crows, rooks, pyes, and others.

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