Can you drawH4900 out leviathanH3882 with an hook?H100 or his tongueH3956 with a cordH2256 which you letH8257 down?H8257
Can you putH7760 an hookH2443 into his nose?H639 or boreH5344 his jawH3895 through with a thorn?H2336
Will he make manyH7235 supplicationsH8469 to you? will he speakH1696 softH7390 words to you?
Will he makeH3772 a covenantH1285 with you? will you takeH3947 him for a servantH5650 for ever?H5769
Will you playH7832 with him as with a bird?H6833 or will you bindH7194 him for your maidens?H5291
Shall the companionsH2271 make a banquetH3738 of him? shall they partH2673 him amongH996 the merchants?H3669
Can you fillH4390 his skinH5785 with barbedH7905 irons?H7905 or his headH7218 with fishH1709 spears?H6767
LayH7760 your handH3709 on him, rememberH2142 the battle,H4421 do noH408 more.H3254
Behold,H2005 the hopeH8431 of him is in vain:H3576 shall not one be castH2904 downH2904 evenH1571 at the sightH4758 of him?
NoneH3808 is so fierceH393 that dare stirH5782 him up: whoH4310 then is able to standH3320 beforeH6440 me?
WhoH4310 has preventedH6923 me, that I should repayH7999 him? whatever is underH8478 the wholeH3605 heavenH8064 is mine.
I will not concealH2790 his parts,H905 nor his power,H1369 nor his comelyH2433 proportion.H6187
WhoH4310 can discoverH1540 the faceH6440 of his garment?H3830 or whoH4310 can comeH935 to him with his doubleH3718 bridle?H7448
WhoH4310 can openH6605 the doorsH1817 of his face?H6440 his teethH8127 are terribleH367 roundH5439 about.
His scalesH650 H4043 are his pride,H1346 shutH5462 up together as with a closeH6862 seal.H2368
OneH259 is so nearH5066 to another,H259 that noH3808 airH7307 can comeH935 betweenH996 them.
They are joinedH1692 oneH376 to another,H251 they stickH3920 together, that they cannotH3808 be sundered.H6504
By his neesingsH5846 a lightH216 does shine,H1984 and his eyesH5869 are like the eyelidsH6079 of the morning.H7837
Out of his mouthH6310 goH1980 burningH3940 lamps,H3940 and sparksH3590 of fireH784 leapH4422 out.
Out of his nostrilsH5156 goesH3318 smoke,H6227 as out of a seethingH5301 potH1731 or caldron.H100
His breathH5315 kindlesH3857 coals,H1513 and a flameH3851 goesH3318 out of his mouth.H6310
In his neckH6677 remainsH3885 strength,H5797 and sorrowH1670 is turnedH1750 into joy beforeH6440 him.
The flakesH4651 of his fleshH1320 are joinedH1692 together: they are firmH3332 in themselves; they cannotH1077 be moved.H4131
His heartH3820 is as firmH3332 as a stone;H68 yes, as hardH3332 as a pieceH6400 of the netherH8482 millstone.
When he raisesH7613 up himself, the mightyH410 are afraid:H1481 by reason of breakingsH7667 they purifyH2398 themselves.
The swordH2719 of him that laysH5381 at him cannotH1097 hold:H6965 the spear,H2595 the dart,H4551 nor the habergeon.H8302
He esteemsH2803 ironH1270 as straw,H8401 and brassH5154 as rottenH7539 wood.H6086
The arrowH1121 H7198 cannotH3808 make him flee:H1272 sling stonesH68 H7050 are turnedH2015 with him into stubble.H7179
DartsH8455 are countedH2803 as stubble:H7179 he laughsH7832 at the shakingH7494 of a spear.H3591
SharpH2303 stonesH2789 are underH8478 him: he spreadsH7502 sharpH2742 pointedH2742 things on the mire.H2916
He makes the deepH4688 to boilH7570 like a pot:H5518 he makesH7760 the seaH3220 like a pot of ointment.H4841
He makes a pathH5410 to shineH215 afterH310 him; one would thinkH2803 the deepH8415 to be hoary.H7872
On earthH6083 there is not his like,H4915 who is madeH6213 withoutH1097 fear.H2844
He beholdsH7200 allH3605 highH1364 things: he is a kingH4428 overH5921 allH3605 the childrenH1121 of pride.H7830