Est. 3:9 KJV (With Strong’s)

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If it please
towb (Hebrew #2895)
a primitive root, to be (transitively, do or make) good (or well) in the widest sense
KJV usage: be (do) better, cheer, be (do, seem) good, (make) goodly, X please, (be, do, go, play) well.
Pronounce: tobe
the king
melek (Hebrew #4428)
a king
KJV usage: king, royal.
Pronounce: meh'-lek
Origin: from 4427
, let it be written
kathab (Hebrew #3789)
to grave, by implication, to write (describe, inscribe, prescribe, subscribe)
KJV usage: describe, record, prescribe, subscribe, write(-ing, -ten).
Pronounce: kaw-thab'
Origin: a primitive root
πthat they may be destroyed
'abad (Hebrew #6)
properly, to wander away, i.e. lose oneself; by implication to perish (causative, destroy)
KJV usage: break, destroy(- uction), + not escape, fail, lose, (cause to, make) perish, spend, X and surely, take, be undone, X utterly, be void of, have no way to flee.
Pronounce: aw-bad'
Origin: a primitive root
: and I will ρpay
shaqal (Hebrew #8254)
to suspend or poise (especially in trade)
KJV usage: pay, receive(-r), spend, X throughly, weigh.
Pronounce: shaw-kal'
Origin: a primitive root
ten
`eser (Hebrew #6235)
from 6237; ten (as an accumulation to the extent of the digits)
KJV usage: ten, (fif-, seven-)teen.
Pronounce: eh'ser
Origin: masculine of term aasarah {as-aw-raw'}
thousand
'eleph (Hebrew #505)
hence (the ox's head being the first letter of the alphabet, and this eventually used as a numeral) a thousand
KJV usage: thousand.
Pronounce: eh'-lef
Origin: prop, the same as 504
talents
kikkar (Hebrew #3603)
a circle, i.e. (by implication) a circumjacent tract or region, expec. the Ghor or valley of the Jordan; also a (round) loaf; also a talent (or large (round) coin)
KJV usage: loaf, morsel, piece, plain, talent.
Pronounce: kik-kawr'
Origin: from 3769
of silver
keceph (Hebrew #3701)
silver (from its pale color); by implication, money
KJV usage: money, price, silver(-ling).
Pronounce: keh'-sef
Origin: from 3700
to the hands
yad (Hebrew #3027)
a hand (the open one (indicating power, means, direction, etc.), in distinction from 3709, the closed one); used (as noun, adverb, etc.) in a great variety of applications, both literally and figuratively, both proximate and remote (as follows)
KJV usage: (+ be) able, X about, + armholes, at, axletree, because of, beside, border, X bounty, + broad, (broken-)handed, X by, charge, coast, + consecrate, + creditor, custody, debt, dominion, X enough, + fellowship, force, X from, hand(-staves, -y work), X he, himself, X in, labour, + large, ledge, (left-)handed, means, X mine, ministry, near, X of, X order, ordinance, X our, parts, pain, power, X presumptuously, service, side, sore, state, stay, draw with strength, stroke, + swear, terror, X thee, X by them, X themselves, X thine own, X thou, through, X throwing, + thumb, times, X to, X under, X us, X wait on, (way-)side, where, + wide, X with (him, me, you), work, + yield, X yourselves.
Pronounce: yawd
Origin: a primitive word
of those that have the charge
`asah (Hebrew #6213)
to do or make, in the broadest sense and widest application (as follows)
KJV usage: accomplish, advance, appoint, apt, be at, become, bear, bestow, bring forth, bruise, be busy, X certainly, have the charge of, commit, deal (with), deck, + displease, do, (ready) dress(-ed), (put in) execute(-ion), exercise, fashion, + feast, (fight-)ing man, + finish, fit, fly, follow, fulfill, furnish, gather, get, go about, govern, grant, great, + hinder, hold ((a feast)), X indeed, + be industrious, + journey, keep, labour, maintain, make, be meet, observe, be occupied, offer, + officer, pare, bring (come) to pass, perform, pracise, prepare, procure, provide, put, requite, X sacrifice, serve, set, shew, X sin, spend, X surely, take, X thoroughly, trim, X very, + vex, be (warr-)ior, work(-man), yield, use.
Pronounce: aw-saw'
Origin: a primitive root
of the business
mla'kah (Hebrew #4399)
properly, deputyship, i.e. ministry; generally, employment (never servile) or work (abstractly or concretely); also property (as the result of labor)
KJV usage: business, + cattle, + industrious, occupation, (+ -pied), + officer, thing (made), use, (manner of) work((-man), -manship).
Pronounce: mel-aw-kaw'
Origin: from the same as 4397
, to bring
bow' (Hebrew #935)
to go or come (in a wide variety of applications)
KJV usage: abide, apply, attain, X be, befall, + besiege, bring (forth, in, into, to pass), call, carry, X certainly, (cause, let, thing for) to come (against, in, out, upon, to pass), depart, X doubtless again, + eat, + employ, (cause to) enter (in, into, -tering, -trance, -try), be fallen, fetch, + follow, get, give, go (down, in, to war), grant, + have, X indeed, (in-)vade, lead, lift (up), mention, pull in, put, resort, run (down), send, set, X (well) stricken (in age), X surely, take (in), way.
Pronounce: bo
Origin: a primitive root
it into the king’s
melek (Hebrew #4428)
a king
KJV usage: king, royal.
Pronounce: meh'-lek
Origin: from 4427
treasuries
genez (Hebrew #1595)
treasure; by implication, a coffer
KJV usage: chest, treasury.
Pronounce: gheh'-nez
Origin: from an unused root meaning to store
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π
to destroy them.
ρ
weigh.

Cross References

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that they may be destroyed.
Heb. to destroy them.
and Iwill pay.
Heb. and I will weigh.
Here Haman is obliged to acknowledge that there would be a loss to the revenue, which he was willing to make up out of his own property.
Ten thousand talents of silver, counted by the Babylonish talent, amount to 2,119,000£.; but reckoned by the Jewish talent, they amount to double that sum.
In those days, silver and gold were more plentiful than at present; and we have many instances of individuals possessing almost incredible riches.
Herodotus relates, that when Xerxes went into Greece, Pythius the Lydian had 2,000 talents of silver, and 4,000,000 of gold darics, which unitedly amount to nearly 5,500,000£.
Plutarch tells us, that after Crassus had dedicated the tenth of all he had to Hercules, he entertained the Roman people at 10,000 tables, and distributed to every citizen as much corn as was sufficient for three months; and, after all these expenses, he had 7,100 Roman talents left, which amount to more than 1,500,000£.
Lentulus the augur is said to have possessed no less than 3,333,333£. 6s. 8d. Apicius was worth more than 916,671£ 13s. 4d.; and, after having spent in his kitchen 833,333£ 6s. 8d. he considered the remainder too little for his support, and poisoned himself!ten thousand.

J. N. Darby Translation

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If it please the king, let it be written that they may be destroyed, and I will pay ten thousand talents of silver into the hands of those that have charge of the affairs, to bring it into the king’s treasuries.