SEV Biblia, Chapter 1:11 Â¶ Entonces David trabando de sus vestidos, los rompió; y lo mismo hicieron los hombres que estaban con él.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 11. When David took hold on his clothes , etc.] Not on the young man’s but his own: and rent them ; on bearing of the death of Saul and Jonathan, (see Genesis 37:34); from whence the Jews gather, that a man is bound to rend his clothes for a prince, and for the father of the sanhedrim, since Saul, they say, was the prince, and Jonathan the father of that court: and likewise all the men that [were] with him ; rent their clothes also, in imitation of him; the same custom obtained among the Gentiles on mournful occasions f12 .
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 11-16 - David was sincere in his mourning for Saul; and all with him humble themselves under the hand of God, laid so heavily upon Israel by thi defeat. The man who brought the tidings, David put to death, as murderer of his prince. David herein did not do unjustly; the Amalekit confessed the crime. If he did as he said, he deserved to die for treason; and his lying to David, if indeed it were a lie, proved, a sooner or later that sin will prove, lying against himself. Hereb David showed himself zealous for public justice, without regard to his own private interest.
Original Hebrew ויחזק 2388 דוד 1732 בבגדו 899 ויקרעם 7167 וגם 1571 כל 3605 האנשׁים 376 אשׁר 834 אתו׃ 854