SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:17 Y conoció Caín a su mujer, la cual concibió y dio a luz a Enoc; y edificó una ciudad, y llamó el nombre de la ciudad del nombre de su hijo, Enoc.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 4:17 Verse 17. She-bare Enoch] As ûwnj Chanoch signifies instructed, dedicated, or initiated, and especially in sacred things, it may be considered some proof of Cain's repentance, that he appears to have dedicated this son to God, who, in his father's stead, might minister in the sacerdotal office, from which Cain, by his crime, was for ever excluded.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 16-18 - Cain cast off all fear of God, and attended no more on God' ordinances. Hypocritical professors, who dissemble and trifle with God are justly left to themselves to do something grossly scandalous. S they throw off that form of godliness to which they have been reproach, and of which they deny the power. Cain went out from the presence of the Lord, and we never find that he came into it again, to his comfort. The land Cain dwelt in was called the land of Nod, whic means, `shaking,' or `trembling,' and so shows the restlessness an uneasiness of his own spirit, or `the land of a vagabond:' they tha depart from God cannot find rest any where else. Those on earth wh looked for the heavenly city, chose to dwell in tabernacles or tents but Cain, as not minding that city, built one on earth. Thus all wh are cursed of God seek their settlement and satisfaction here below.
Original Hebrew וידע 3045 קין 7014 את 853 אשׁתו 802 ותהר 2029 ותלד 3205 את 853 חנוך 2585 ויהי 1961 בנה 1129 עיר 5892 ויקרא 7121 שׁם 8034 העיר 5892 כשׁם 8034 בנו 1121 חנוך׃ 2585