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Psalm 38

Psa. 38:7 KJV (With Strong’s)

For my loins
kecel (Hebrew #3689)
properly, fatness, i.e. by implication (literally) the loin (as the seat of the leaf fat) or (generally) the viscera; also (figuratively) silliness or (in a good sense) trust
KJV usage: confidence, flank, folly, hope, loin.
Pronounce: keh'-sel
Origin: from 3688
are filled
male' (Hebrew #4390)
a primitive root, to fill or (intransitively) be full of, in a wide application (literally and figuratively)
KJV usage: accomplish, confirm, + consecrate, be at an end, be expired, be fenced, fill, fulfil, (be, become, X draw, give in, go) full(-ly, -ly set, tale), (over-)flow, fulness, furnish, gather (selves, together), presume, replenish, satisfy, set, space, take a (hand-)full, + have wholly.
Pronounce: maw-lay'
Origin: or malae (Esth. 7:5) {maw-law'}
with a loathsome
qalah (Hebrew #7033)
to toast, i.e. scorch partially or slowly
KJV usage: dried, loathsome, parch, roast.
Pronounce: kaw-law'
Origin: a primitive root (rather identical with 7034 through the idea of shrinkage by heat)
disease: and there is no soundness
mthom (Hebrew #4974)
wholesomeness; also (adverb) completely
KJV usage: men (by reading 4962), soundness.
Pronounce: meth-ohm'
Origin: from 8552
in my flesh
basar (Hebrew #1320)
flesh (from its freshness); by extension, body, person; also (by euphem.) the pudenda of a man
KJV usage: body, (fat, lean) flesh(-ed), kin, (man-)kind, + nakedness, self, skin.
Pronounce: baw-sawr'
Origin: from 1319

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J. N. Darby Translation

For my loins are full of burningg, and there is no soundness in my flesh.

JND Translation Notes

Or "a loathsome [plague]."