Verse 15. "No wood "Its master."" - I have here given the meaning, without attempting to keep to the expression of the original, Å[ al lo ets, "the no-wood;" that which is not wood like itself, but of a quite different and superior nature. The Hebrews have a peculiar way of joining the negative particle al lo to a noun, to signify in a strong manner a total negation of the thing expressed by the noun.
"How hast thou given help (jk all lelo choach) to the no- strength? And saved the arm (z[ al lo oz) of the no-power? How hast, thou given counsel (hmkj all lelo chochmah) to the no-wisdom?" Job xxvi. 2, 3.