SEV Biblia, Chapter 11:17 entonces huyó Adad, y con él algunos varones idumeos de los siervos de su padre, y se fue a Egipto; era entonces Adad muchacho pequeño.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - 1 Kings 11:17 Verse 17. Hadad being yet a little child.] fq r[n naar katan, a little boy; one who was apprehensive of his danger, and could, with his father's servants, make his escape: not an infant.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 17. That Hadad fled , etc.] While Joab was burying the slain: he and certain Edomites of his father’s servants with him ; who either was a king, and these some of his officers and courtiers; or however was of the royal family, and had an equipage, and these some of them: to go into Egypt ; that was their view at first setting out, where they might hope for help, at least shelter: Hadad being yet a little child ; whom his father’s servants hid, while Joab was making the slaughter he did, and took the opportunity of fleeing with him while he was burying the dead.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 14-25 - While Solomon kept close to God and to his duty, there was no enemy to give him uneasiness; but here we have an account of two. If against us he can make us fear even the least, and the very grasshopper shall be burden. Though they were moved by principles of ambition or revenge God used them to correct Solomon.
Original Hebrew ויברח 1272 אדד 1908 הוא 1931 ואנשׁים 376 אדמיים 130 מעבדי 5650 אביו 1 אתו 854 לבוא 935 מצרים 4714 והדד 1908 נער 5288 קטן׃ 6996