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 40:5
 40:6
40:5 One night, the two of them dreamed. The Egyptian king's steward and baker, who were imprisoned in the dungeon, each had a dream that seemed to have a special meaning.
Vayachalmu chalom shneyhem ish chalomo belaylah echad ish kefitron chalomo hamashkeh veha'ofeh asher lemelech Mitsrayim asher asurim beveyt hasohar.
40:6 When Joseph came to them in the morning, he saw that they were upset.
Vayavo aleyhem Yosef baboker vayar otam vehinam zo'afim.



Commentary:

special meaning
  Literally, 'each one like the interpretation of the dream.' This means that the dream had a special meaning (Rashbam). Others, 'a portentious dream' (Rashi), or 'a dream with its interpretation' (Ibn Ezra; Bereshith Rabbah 88). Some translate it, 'a dream with personal significance,' or 'a dream needing interpretation.'





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