SEV Biblia, Chapter 4:19 ¬∂ Y tomů para sí Lamec dos mujeres: el nombre de la una fue Ada, y el nombre de la otra Zila.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Genesis 4:19 Verse 19. Lamech took-two wives] He was the first who dared to reverse the order of God by introducing polygamy; and from him it has been retained, practiced, and defended to the present day.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 19-24 - One of Cain's wicked race is the first recorded, as having broken the law of marriage. Hitherto, one man had but one wife at a time; but Lamech took two. Wordly things, are the only things that carnal, wicke people set their hearts upon, and are most clever and industriou about. So it was with this race of Cain. Here was a father of shepherds, and a father of musicians, but not a father of the faithful Here is one to teach about brass and iron, but none to teach the goo knowledge of the Lord: here are devices how to be rich, and how to be mighty, and how to be merry; but nothing of God, of his fear an service. Present things fill the heads of most. Lamech had enemies whom he had provoked. He draws a comparison betwixt himself and his ancestor Cain; and flatters himself that he is much less criminal. He seems to abuse the patience of God in sparing Cain, into a encouragement to expect that he may sin unpunished.
Original Hebrew ויקח 3947 לו† למך 3929 †שׁתי 8147 †נשׁים 802 †שׁם 8034 †האחת 259 †עדה 5711 †ושׁם 8034 †השׁנית 8145 צלה׃ 6741