“For an appointed time, appointed times and a half.” Heb., lemoh·ʽedhʹ moh·ʽadhimʹ wa·cheʹtsi; Gr., eis kai·ronʹ kai kai·rousʹ kai heʹmi·sy kai·rouʹ; Vgc(Lat.), in temʹpus, et temʹpo·ra, et di·miʹdi·um temʹpo·ris. The Jewish scholar Aben Ezra (1089–1164 C.E.) has the dual here (two appointed times). This makes a total of three and a half appointed times as in 7:25, where see ftn, “Half a time.” Compare 4:16 ftn; Re 12:14 ftn.