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31 LIBER BRESITH ID EST GENESIS Genesis - Wycliffe Bible(14c) Genesis - Douay Rheims(17c) Reference

1 Postquam autem audivit verba filiorum Laban dicentium: Tulit Jacob omnia quæ fuerunt patris nostri, et de illius facultate ditatus, factus est inclytus: Aftir that Jacob herde the wordis of the sones of Laban, that seiden, Jacob hath take awei alle thingis that weren oure fadris, and of his catel Jacob is maad riche, and noble. But after that he heard the words of the sons of Laban, saying: Jacob hath taken away all that was our father's, and being enriched by his substance is become great: JACOB flees from Laban. Gn.31.1-21
2 animadvertit quoque faciem Laban, quod non esset erga se sicut heri et nudiustertius, Also Jacob perseyuede the face of Laban, that it was not ayens hym as yistirdai, and the thridde dai agoon, And perceiving also that Laban's countenance was not towards him as yesterday and the other day,  
3 maxime dicente sibi Domino: Revertere in terram patrum tuorum, et ad generationem tuam, eroque tecum. moost for the Lord seide to hym, Turne ayen into the lond of thi fadris, and to thi generacioun, and Y shal be with thee. Especially the Lord saying to him: Return into the land of thy fathers, and to thy kindred, and I will be with thee.  
4 Misit, et vocavit Rachel et Liam in agrum, ubi pascebat greges, He sente, and clepide Rachel, and Lya, in to the feeld, where he kepte flockis, and he seide to hem, He sent, and called Rachel and Lia into the field, where he fed the flocks,  
5 dixitque eis: Video faciem patris vestri quod non sit erga me sicut heri et nudiustertius: Deus autem patris mei fuit mecum. Y se the face of youre fadir, that it is not ayens me as yisterdai and the thridde dai agoon; but God of my fadir was with me. And said to them: I see your father's countenance is not towards me as yesterday and the other day: but the God of my father hath been with me.  
6 Et ipsæ nostis quod totis viribus meis servierim patri vestro. And ye witen that with alle my strengthis Y seruede youre fadir; And you know that I have served your father to the utmost of my power.  
7 Sed et pater vester circumvenit me et mutavit mercedem meam decem vicibus: et tamen non dimisit eum Deus ut noceret mihi. but and youre fadir disseyuyde me, and chaungide my meede ten sithis; and netheles God suffride not hym to anoye me. Yea, your father also hath overreached me, and hath changes my wages ten times: and yet God hath not suffered him to hurt me.  
8 Si quando dixit: Variæ erunt mercedes tuæ: pariebant omnes oves varios fœtus; quando vero e contrario, ait: Alba quæque accipies pro mercede: omnes greges alba pepererunt. If he seide ony tyme, Dyuerse colourid sheep schulen be thi medis, alle sheep brouyten forth dyuerse colourid lambren; forsothe whanne he seide ayenward, Thou shalte take alle white for mede, alle the flockis brouyten forth white beestis; If at any time he said: The speckled shall be thy wages: all the sheep brought forth speckled: but when he said on the contrary: Thou shalt take all the white ones for thy wages: all the flocks brought forth white ones.  
9 Tulitque Deus substantiam patris vestri, et dedit mihi. and God took a wey the substaunce of youre fadir, and yaf to me. And God hath taken your father's substance, and given it to me.  
10 Postquam enim conceptus ovium tempus advenerat, levavi oculos meos, et vidi in somnis ascendentes mares super feminas, varios et maculosos, et diversorum colorum. For aftir that the tyme of conseyuyng of sheep cam, Y reiside myn iyen, and seiy in sleep malis dyuerse, and spotti, and of dyuerse colouris, stiynge on femalis. For after that time came of the ewes conceiving, I lifted up my eyes, and saw in my sleep that the males which leaped upon the females were of diverse colors, and spotted, and speckled.  
11 Dixitque angelus Dei ad me in somnis: Jacob? Et ego respondi: Adsum. And the aungel of the Lord seide to me in sleep, Jacob! and Y answeride, Y am redy. And the angel of God said to me in my sleep: Jacob? And I answered: Here I am.  
12 Qui ait: Leva oculos tuos, et vide universos masculos ascendentes super feminas, varios, maculosos, atque respersos. Vidi enim omnia quæ fecit tibi Laban. Which seide, Reise thin iyen, and se alle malis dyuerse, byspreynt, and spotti, stiynge on femalis; for Y seiy alle thingis whiche Laban dide to thee; And he said: Lift up thy eyes, and see that all the males leaping upon the females, are of divers colors, spotted, and speckled. For I have seen all that Laban hath done to thee.  
13 Ego sum Deus Bethel, ubi unxisti lapidem, et votum vovisti mihi. Nunc ergo surge, et egredere de terra hac, revertens in terram nativitatis tuæ. Y am God of Bethel, where thou anoyntidist a stoon, and madist auow to me. Now therefor rise thou, and go out of this lond, and turne ayen in to the lond of thi birthe. I am the God of Bethel, where thou didst anoint the stone, and make a vow to me. Now therefore arise, and go out of this land, and return into thy native country.  
14 Responderuntque Rachel et Lia: Numquid habemus residui quidquam in facultatibus et hæreditate domus patris nostri? And Rachel and Lya answeriden, Wher we han ony thing residue in the catels, and eritage of oure fadir? And Rachel and Lia answered: Have we anything left among the goods and inheritance of our father's house?  
15 nonne quasi alienas reputavit nos, et vendidit, comeditque pretium nostrum? Wher he arettide not vs as aliens, and selde, and eet oure prijs? Hath he not counted us as strangers and sold us, and eaten up the price of us?  
16 Sed Deus tulit opes patris nostri, et eas tradidit nobis, ac filiis nostris: unde omnia quæ præcepit tibi Deus, fac. But God took awei the richessis of oure fadir, and yaf tho to vs, and to oure sones; wherfor do thou alle thingis whiche God hath comaundide to thee. But God hath taken our father's riches, and delivered them to us, and to our children: wherefore do all that God hath commanded thee.  
17 Surrexit itaque Jacob, et impositis liberis ac conjugibus suis super camelos, abiit. Forsothe Jacob roos, and puttide hise fre children and wyues on camels, and yede forth; Then Jacob rose up, and having set his children and wives upon camels, went his way.  
18 Tulitque omnem substantiam suam, et greges, et quidquid in Mesopotamia acquisierat, pergens ad Isaac patrem suum in terram Chanaan. and he took al his catel, flockis, and what euer thing he hadde gete in Mesopotanye, and yede to Isaac, his fadir, into the lond of Canaan. And he took all his substance, and flocks, and whatsoever he had gotten in Mesopotamia, and went forward to Isaac his father to the land of Chanaan.  
19 Eo tempore ierat Laban ad tondendas oves, et Rachel furata est idola patris sui. In that tyme Laban yede to schere scheep, and Rachel stal the idols of hir fadir. At that time Laban was gone to shear his sheep, and Rachel stole away her father's idols.  
20 Noluitque Jacob confiteri socero suo quod fugeret. And Jacob nolde knouleche to the fadir of his wijf, that he wolde fle; And Jacob would not confess to his father in law that he was flying away.  
21 Cumque abiisset tam ipse quam omnia quæ juris sui erant, et amne transmisso pergeret contra montem Galaad, and whanne he hadde go, as wel he as alle thingis that weren of his riyt, and whanne he hadde passid the water, and he yede ayens the hil of Galaad, And when he was gone, together with all that belonged to him, and having passed the river, was going on towards mount Galaad,  
22 nuntiatum est Laban die tertio quod fugeret Jacob. it was teld to Laban, in the thridde dai, that Jacob fledde. It was told Laban on the third day that Jacob fled. Laban pursues Jacob. Gn.31.22-55
23 Qui, assumptis fratribus suis, persecutus est eum diebus septem: et comprehendit eum in monte Galaad. And Laban took his britheren, and pursuede hym seuene daies, and took hym in the hil of Galaad. And he took his brethren with him, and pursued after him seven days; and overtook him in the mount of Galaad.  
24 Viditque in somnis dicentem sibi Deum: Cave ne quidquam aspere loquaris contra Jacob. And Laban seiy in sleep the Lord seiynge to him, Be war that thou speke not ony thing sharpli ayens Jacob. And he saw in a dream God saying to him: Take heed thou speak not any thing harshly against Jacob.  
25 Jamque Jacob extenderat in monte tabernaculum: cumque ille consecutus fuisset eum cum fratribus suis, in eodem monte Galaad fixit tentorium. And thanne Jacob hadde stretchid forth the tabernacle in the hil; and whanne he hadde sued Jacob with his britheren, he settide tente in the same hil of Galaad; and he seide to Jacob, Now Jacob had pitched his tent in the mountain: and when he with his brethren had overtaken him, he pitched his tent in the same mount of Galaad.  
26 Et dixit ad Jacob: Quare ita egisti, ut clam me abigeres filias meas quasi captivas gladio? Whi hast thou do so, that the while I wiste not thou woldist dryue awey my douytris as caitifs by swerd? And he said to Jacob: Why hast thou done thus, to carry away, without my knowledge, my daughters, as captives taken with the sword.  
27 cur ignorante me fugere voluisti, nec indicare mihi, ut prosequerer te cum gaudio, et canticis, et tympanis, et citharis? Whi woldist thou fle the while Y wiste not, nether woldist shewe to me, that Y shulde sue thee with ioie, and songis, and tympans, and harpis? Why wouldst thou run away privately and not acquaint me, that I might have brought thee on the way with joy, and with songs, and with timbrels, and with harps?  
28 Non es passus ut oscularer filios meos et filias: stulte operatus es: et nunc quidem Thou suffridist not that Y schulde kisse my sones and douytris; thou hast wrouyt folili. Thou hast not suffered me to kiss my sons and daughters: thou hast done foolishly: and now, indeed,  
29 valet manus mea reddere tibi malum: sed Deus patris vestri heri dixit mihi: Cave ne loquaris contra Jacob quidquam durius. And now sotheli myn hond mai yelde yuel to thee, but the God of thi fadir seide to me yisterdai, Be war that thou speke not ony harder thing with Jacob. It is in my power to return thee evil: but the God of your father said to me yesterday: Take heed thou speak not any things harshly against Jacob.  
30 Esto, ad tuos ire cupiebas, et desiderio erat tibi domus patris tui: cur furatus es deos meos? Suppose, if thou coueitedist to go to thi kynesmen, and the hows of thi fadir was in desir to thee, whi hast thou stole my goddis? Suppose thou didst desire to go to thy friends, and hadst a longing after thy father's house: why hast thou stolen away my gods?  
31 Respondit Jacob: Quod inscio te profectus sum, timui ne violenter auferres filias tuas. Jacob answeride, That Y yede forth while thou wistist not, Y dredde lest thou woldist take awey thi douytris violentli; Jacob answered: That I departed unknown to thee, it was for fear lest thou wouldst take away thy daughters by force.  
32 Quod autem furti me arguis: apud quemcumque inveneris deos tuos, necetur coram fratribus nostris: scrutare, quidquid tuorum apud me inveneris, et aufer. Hæc dicens, ignorabat quod Rachel furata esset idola. sotheli that thou repreuest me of thefte, at whom euer thou fyndist thi goddis, be he slayn bifor oure britheren; seke thou, what euer thing of thine thou fyndist at me, and take awei. Jacob seide these thingis, and wiste not that Rachel stal the idols. But whereas thou chargest me with theft: with whomsoever thou shalt find thy gods, let him be slain before our brethren. Search, and if thou find any of thy things with me, take them away. Now when he said this, he knew not that Rachel had stolen the idols.  
33 Ingressus itaque Laban tabernaculum Jacob, et Liæ, et utriusque famulæ, non invenit. Cumque intrasset tentorium Rachelis, And so Laban entride into the tabernacle of Jacob, and of Lya, and of euer eithir meyne, and foond not; and whanne Laban hadde entrid in to the tente of Rachel, So Laban went into the tent of Jacob, and of Lia, and of both the handmaids, and found them not. And when he was entered into Rachel's tent,  
34 illa festinans abscondit idola subter stramenta cameli, et sedit desuper: scrutantique omne tentorium, et nihil invenienti, sche hastide, and hidde the idols vndur the strewyngis of the camel, and sat aboue. And sche seide to Laban, sekynge al the tente and fyndynge no thing, She in haste hid the idols under the camel's furniture, and sat upon them: and when he had searched all the tent, and found nothing,  
35 ait: Ne irascatur dominus meus quod coram te assurgere nequeo: quia juxta consuetudinem feminarum nunc accidit mihi: sic delusa sollicitudo quærentis est. My lord, be not wrooth that Y may not rise bifore thee, for it bifelde now to me bi the custom of wymmen; so the bisynesse of the sekere was scorned. She said: Let not my lord be angry that I cannot rise up before thee, because it has now happened to me, according to the custom of women, So his careful search was in vain.  
36 Tumensque Jacob, cum jurgio ait: Quam ob culpam meam, et ob quod peccatum meum sic exarsisti post me, And Jacob bolnyde, and seide with strijf, For what cause of me, and for what synne of me, hast thou come so fersly aftir me, And jacob being angry, said in a chiding manner: For what fault of mine, and for what offense on my part hast thou so hotly pursued me,  
37 et scrutatus es omnem supellectilem meam? quid invenisti de cuncta substantia domus tuæ? pone hic coram fratribus meis, et fratribus tuis, et judicent inter me et te. and hast souyt al the portenaunce of myn hous? What hast thou founde of al the catel of thin hows? Putte thou here bifore my britheren and thi britheren, and deme thei betwixe me and thee. And searched all my household stuff? What hast thou found of all the substance of thy house? lay it here before my brethren, and thy brethren, and let them judge between me and thee.  
38 Idcirco viginti annis fui tecum? oves tuæ et capræ steriles non fuerunt, arietes gregis tui non comedi: Was I with thee herfore twenti yeer? Thi sheep and geet weren not bareyn, Y eet not the rammes of thi flok, Have I therefore been with thee twenty years? thy ewes and goats were not barren, the rams of thy flocks I did not eat:  
39 nec captum a bestia ostendi tibi, ego damnum omne reddebam: quidquid furto peribat, a me exigebas: nether Y schewide to thee ony thing takun of a beeste; Y yeldide al harm; what euer thing perischide bi thefte, thou axidist of me; Neither did I show thee that which the beast had torn, I made good all the damage: whatsoever was lost by theft, thou didst exact it of me:  
40 die noctuque æstu urebar, et gelu, fugiebatque somnus ab oculis meis. Y was angwischid in dai and nyyt with heete and frost, and sleep fledde fro myn iyen; Day and night was I parched with heat, and with frost, and sleep departed from my eyes.  
41 Sicque per viginti annos in domo tua servivi tibi, quatuordecim pro filiabus, et sex pro gregibus tuis: immutasti quoque mercedem meam decem vicibus. so Y seruede thee bi twenti yeer in thin hows, fourtene yeer for thi douytris, and sixe yeer for thi flockis; and thou chaungidist my mede ten sithis. And in this manner have I served thee in thy house twenty years, fourteen for thy daughters, and six for thy flocks: thou hast changed also my wages ten times.  
42 Nisi Deus patris mei Abraham, et timor Isaac affuisset mihi, forsitan modo nudum me dimisisses: afflictionem meam et laborem manuum mearum respexit Deus, et arguit te heri. If God of my fadir Abraham, and the drede of Isaac hadde not helpid me, perauenture now thou haddist left me nakid; the Lord bihelde my turmentyng and the traueyl of myn hondis, and repreuyde thee yistirdai. Unless the God of my father Abraham, and the fear of Isaac had stood by me, peradventure now thou hadst sent me away naked: God beheld my affliction and the labour of my hands, and rebuked thee yesterday.  
43 Respondit ei Laban: Filiæ meæ et filii, et greges tui, et omnia quæ cernis, mea sunt: quid possum facere filiis et nepotibus meis? Laban answeride hym, The douytris, and thi sones, and flockis, and alle thingis whiche thou seest, ben myne, what mai Y do to my sones, and to the sones of sones? Laban answered him: The daughters are mine and the children, and thy flocks, and all things that thou seest are mine: what can I do to my children, and grandchildren?  
44 Veni ergo, et ineamus fœdus, ut sit in testimonium inter me et te. Therfor come thou, and make we boond of pees, that it be witnessyng bitwixe me, and thee. Come therefore, let us enter into a league: that it may be for a testimony between me and thee.  
45 Tulit itaque Jacob lapidem, et erexit illum in titulum: And so Jacob took a stoon, and reiside it in to a signe, and seide to hise britheren, And Jacob took a stone, and set it up for a title:  
46 dixitque fratribus suis: Afferte lapides. Qui congregantes fecerunt tumulum, comederuntque super eum: Brynge ye stoonus; whiche gadriden, and maden an heep, and eten on it. And he said to his brethren: Bring hither stones. And they gathering stones together, made a heap, and they ate upon it.  
47 quem vocavit Laban Tumulum testis: et Jacob, Acervum testimonii, uterque juxta proprietatem linguæ suæ. And Laban clepide it the heep of wittnesse, and Jacob clepide it the heep of witnessyng; euer eithir clepide bi the proprete of his langage. And Laban called it The witness heap: and Jacob, The hillock of testimony: each of them according to the propriety of his language.  
48 Dixitque Laban: Tumulus iste erit testis inter me et te hodie, et idcirco appellatum est nomen ejus Galaad, id est, Tumulus testis. And Laban seide, This heep schal be witnesse bytwixe me and thee to day, and herfor the name therof was clepid Galaad, that is, the heep of witnesse. And Laban said: This heap shall be a witness between me and thee this day, and therefore the name thereof was called Galaad, that is, The witness heap.  
49 Intueatur et judicet Dominus inter nos quando recesserimus a nobis, And Laban addide, The Lord biholde, and deme bitwixe vs, whanne we schulen go awei fro yow; The Lord behold and judge between us when we shall be gone one from the other.  
50 si afflixeris filias meas, et si introduxeris alias uxores super eas: nullus sermonis nostri testis est absque Deo, qui præsens respicit. if thou schalt turmente my douytris, and if thou schal brynge yn othere wyues on hem, noon is witnesse of oure word, outakun God, whiche is present, and biholdith. If thou afflict my daughters, and if thou bring in other wives over them: none is witness of our speech but God, who is present and beholdeth.  
51 Dixitque rursus ad Jacob: En tumulus hic, et lapis quem erexi inter me et te, And eft he seide to Jacob, Lo! this heep, and stoon, whiche Y reiside bitwixe me and thee, schal be witnesse; And he said again to Jacob: Behold, this heap, and the stone which I have set up between me and thee,  
52 testis erit: tumulus, inquam, iste et lapis sint in testimonium, si aut ego transiero illum pergens ad te, aut tu præterieris, malum mihi cogitans. sotheli this heep, and stoon be in to witnessyng, forsothe if Y schal passe it, and go to thee, ether thou shalt passe, and thenke yuel to me. Shall be a witness: this heap, I say, and the stone, be they for a testimony, if either I shall pass beyond it going towards thee, or thou shalt pass beyond it, thinking harm to me.  
53 Deus Abraham, et Deus Nachor, judicet inter nos, Deus patris eorum. Juravit ergo Jacob per timorem patris sui Isaac: God of Abraham, and God of Nachor, God of the fadir of hem, deme bitwixe vs. Therfor Jacob swoor by the drede of his fadir Ysaac; The God of Abraham, and the God of Nachor, the God of their father, judge between us. And jacob swore by the fear of his father Isaac.  
54 immolatisque victimis in monte, vocavit fratres suos ut ederent panem. Qui cum comedissent, manserunt ibi: and whanne slayn sacrifices weren offrid in the hil, he clepyde his britheren to ete breed, and whanne thei hadden ete, thei dwelliden there. And after he had offered sacrifices in the mountain, he called his brethren to eat bread. And when they had eaten, they lodged there:  
55 Laban vero de nocte consurgens, osculatus est filios, et filias suas, et benedixit illis: reversusque est in locum suum. Forsothe Laban roos bi nyyt, and kisside his sones, and douytris, and blesside hem, and turnede ayen in to his place. But laban arose in the night, and kissed his sons, and daughters, and blessed them: and returned to his place.