The Hebrew term that is translated as “found” in many English versions is translated in Chinese as yù​jiàn (遇見) — “meet” — which correctly does not indicate the conclusion of a search for something lost, but simply coming across something by chance.

sound asleep

The Hebrew that is translated as “sleep” or “sound asleep” is not the usual Hebrew word for sleep but signifies deep sleep. The Ancient Greek Septuagint translates the verb as “snored” (έρεγχε) (the same word is used in Joshua 1:6).