1. Hebrew: tokhen, “a task,” as weighed and measured out = tally, i.e., the number told off; the full number (Exodus 5:18; see 1 Samuel 18:27; 1 Chronicles 9:28)

    In Ezek. 45:11 rendered “measure.”

  2. Hebrew: hegeh, “a thought;” “meditation” (Psalm 90:9); meaning properly “as a whisper of sadness,” which is soon over, or “as a thought”

    The Septuagint and Vulgate render it “spider;” the King James Version and Revised King James Version, “as a tale” that is told. In Job 37:2 this word is rendered “sound;” Revised King James Version margin, “muttering;” and in Ezek. 2:10, “mourning.”