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Malachi 1:2

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Masoretic Text 1524

H157 I have loved אהבתי
H853   אתכם
H559 you saith אמר
H3068 the LORD יהוה
H559 Yet ye say ואמרתם
H4100 Wherein במה
H157 hast thou loved אהבתנו
H3808 us Was not הלוא
H251 Jacob's brother אח
H6215 Esau עשׂו
H3290 Jacob ליעקב
H5002   נאם
H3068 the LORD יהוה
H157 yet I loved ואהב
H853   את
H3290   יעקב׃

King James Bible (Oxford 1769)

  I
  have
H157 loved
  you
H559 saith
  the
H3068 LORD
  Yet
  ye
H559 say
H4100 Wherein
  hast
  thou
H157 loved
  us
  Was
H6215 Esau
  Jacob's
H251 brother
H559 saith
  the
H3068 LORD
  yet
  I
H157 loved
H3290 Jacob

Hebrew-English Dictionary

Strongs: H4100
Hebrew: מָה
Transliteration: mâh
Pronunciation: maw
Bible Usage: how ({long} {oft} {[-soever]}) [no-] {thing} what ({end} {good} {purpose} {thing}) whereby ({-fore} {-in} {-to} {-with}) (for) why.
Definition:  

properly interrogitive what ? (including {how ?} why ? and when ?); but also exclamations like what ! (including {how !}) or indefinitely what (including {whatever} and even relatively that which); often used with prefixes in various adverbial or conjugational sneses

interr pron

1. what, how, of what kind

a. (interrogative)

1. what?

2. of what kind

3. what? (rhetorical)

4. whatsoever, whatever, what

b. (adverb)

1. how, how now

2. why

3. how! (exclamation)

c. (with prep)

1. wherein?, whereby?, wherewith?, by what means?

2. because of what?

3. the like of what? 1c

d. how much?, how many?, how often? 1c

e. for how long?

1. for what reason?, why?, to what purpose?

2. until when?, how long?, upon what?, wherefore? indef pron

2. anything, aught, what may

The Brown-Driver-Briggs
Hebrew-English Lexicon (BDB) 1906
Strong's Exhaustive Concordance
by James Strong (S.T.D.) (LL.D.) 1890.