Freedman, “Acrostic Poems,” p. 409. Ancient editors, of course, also made emendations—and mistakes. In a Qumran manuscript, Psalm 145 contains a verse for nun, “Faithful ne’eman is God in all his words…”; and this verse appears in many translations. But Hakham (Sefer Tehillim, vol. 2, p. 579) believes the verse is not original. It uses Elohim as the divine name, whereas the rest of the psalm uses YHWH.