Song of Solomon 11:1 Solomon's. (a-7) The separate paragraphs indicate, as far as possible, the succession of the various speakers.1:1 Solomon's. (a-7) The separate paragraphs indicate, as far as possible, the succession of the various speakers. 1:2 love (b-13) Heb. 'loves.' so ver. 4; chs. 4.10; 7.12. It is the same word as that used in the singular for the 'beloved,' ver. 13, &c., whence also the name David. 1:4 remember (c-28) Or 'celebrate.' 1:6 me. (d-15) Or 'hath burned me.' 1:7 veiled (e-28) Others, 'roving.' 1:9 love, (f-5) Or 'friend.' it is feminine and occurs in ver. 15; chs. 2.2,10,13; 4.1,7; 5.2; 6.4. (It is not the same as chs. 2.7; 3.5; 7.6; 8.4.) This feminine form of the word is only found in this Book and Judg. 11.37,38, and Ps. 45.14. The masculine form 'friend' occurs in ch. 5.1,16; 2Sam. 15.37; 16.16, &c. 1:13 night (g-14) Or 'That passeth the night,' or 'abideth.'
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