SEV Biblia, Chapter 12:34 Y llevó el pueblo su masa antes que se leudase, sus masas atadas, en sus sábanas sobre sus hombros.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Exodus 12:34 Verse 34. The people took their dough before it was leavened, &c.] There was no time now to make any regular preparation for their departure, such was the universal hurry and confusion. The Israelites could carry but little of their household utensils with them; but some, such as they kneaded their bread and kept their meal in, they were obliged to carry with them. The kneading troughs of the Arabs are comparatively small wooden bowls, which, after kneading their bread in, serve them as dishes out of which they eat their victuals. And as to these being bound up in their clothes, no more may be intended than their wrapping them up in their long, loose garments, or in what is still used among the Arabs, and called hykes, which is a long kind of blanket, something resembling a highland plaid, in which they often carry their provision, wrap themselves by day, and sleep at night. Dr. Shaw has been particular in his description of this almost entire wardrobe of an Arab. He says they are of different sizes and of different qualities, but generally about six yards in length, and five or six feet broad. He supposes that what we call Ruth's veil, Ruth iii. 15, was a hyke, and that the same is to be understood of the clothes of the Israelites mentioned in this verse. See his Travels, p. 224, 4to edition.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 29-36 - The Egyptians had been for three days and nights kept in anxiety an horror by the darkness; now their rest is broken by a far more terribl calamity. The plague struck their first-born, the joy and hope of their families. They had slain the Hebrews' children, now God slew theirs. I reached from the throne to the dungeon: prince and peasant stand upo the same level before God's judgments. The destroying angel entere every dwelling unmarked with blood, as the messenger of woe. He did his dreadful errand, leaving not a house in which there was not one dead Imagine then the cry that rang through the land of Egypt, the long loud shriek of agony that burst from every dwelling. It will be thus in that dreadful hour when the Son of man shall visit sinners with the last judgment. God's sons, his first-born, were now released. Men ha better come to God's terms at first, for he will never come to theirs Now Pharaoh's pride is abased, and he yields. God's word will stand; we get nothing by disputing, or delaying to submit. In this terror the Egyptians would purchase the favour and the speedy departure of Israel Thus the Lord took care that their hard-earned wages should be paid and the people provided for their journey.
Original Hebrew וישׂא 5375 העם 5971 את 853 בצקו 1217 טרם 2962 יחמץ 2556 משׁארתם 4863 צררת 6887 בשׂמלתם 8071 על 5921 שׁכמם׃ 7926