complete verse (Genesis 41:6)

Following are a number of back-translations as well as a sample translation for translators of Genesis 41:6:

  • Kankanaey: “A-little-while-later also reportedly, seven other (lit. also) heads-of-grain sprouted and grew whose fruit was poorly-formed because hot wind had scorched it.” (Source: Kankanaey Back Translation)
  • Newari: “After that seven heads of grain, thin and withered by the east wind, appeared.” (Source: Newari Back Translation)
  • Hiligaynon: “And from that stem also, came-out also seven lean/thin heads-of-grain which (were)-hardened by hot wind from the east.” (Source: Hiligaynon Back Translation)
  • English: “After that, the king saw that seven other heads of grain sprouted on that (OR, on another) stalk. They were thin and had been dried up by the hot east wind.” (Source: Translation for Translators)