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The phrase you reference in the NASB (same wording in KJV, others) appears to come from וְקַרְקַר כָּל-בְּנֵי-שֵׁת (copied from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, same text found elsewhere too). שֵׁת is almost always translated as Sheth or Seth, but there are those who have translated it differently. The meaning of the name is tumult. The meanings of names ...



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