SEV Biblia, Chapter 16:13 Y Dalila dijo a Sansón: Hasta ahora me engañas, y tratas conmigo con mentiras. Descúbreme, pues, ahora, cómo podrás ser atado. El entonces le dijo: Si tejieres siete guedejas de mi cabeza con la tela.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 16:13 Verse 13. The seven locks of my head] Probably Samson had his long hair plaited into seven divisions, and as his vow of a Nazarite obliged him to wear his hair, so, seven being a number of perfection among the Hebrews, his hair being divided into seven locks might more particularly point out the perfection designed by his Nazarite state. Every person must see that this verse ends abruptly, and does not contain a full sense. Houbigant has particularly noticed this, and corrected the text from the Septuagint, the reading of which I shall here subjoin: ean ufanhv tav epta seirav thv kefalhv mon aun tw diasmati, kai egkroushv tw passalw eiv ton toicon, kai esomai wv eiv twn anqrwpwn asqenhv kai egeneto en tw koimasqai auton, kai elabe dalida tav epta seirav thv kefalhv autou, kai ufanen en tw diasmati, kai ephxe tw passalw eiv ton toicon; "If thou shalt weave the seven locks of my head with the web, and shalt fasten them with the pin in the wall, I shall become weak like other men: And so it was that, when he slept, Dalida took the seven locks of his head, and wove them with the web, and fastened it with the pin to the wall and said unto him," &c. All the words printed here in italic, are wanting in the present Hebrew copies; but are preserved in the Septuagint, and are most obviously necessary to complete the sense; else Delilah appears to do something that she is not ordered to do, and to omit what she was commanded.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 13. And Delilah said unto Samson , etc.] At another time, when she thought it most proper to upbraid him with his deception of her: hitherto thou hast mocked me, and told me lies ; both the times that she had solicited him to impart the secret of his strength to her: tell me wherewith thou mightest be bound ; tell me the real truth, and deceive me no more: and he said unto her, if thou weavest the seven locks of my head with the web ; it seems that Samsons hair was parted into seven locks, which no doubt hung down very long; and now he tells her, that if these were interwoven with the warp which was upon the beam in a loom near by; perhaps in the same room, where Delilah used to weave, as was the custom of those times, and in various nations f339 ; his strength would be weakened; for Braunius is mistaken in supposing this to be the beam about which the web was rolled, as he is also in the pin next mentioned, which he takes to be the spatha, or lathe, with which the threads are knocked together.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 4-17 - Samson had been more than once brought into mischief and danger by the love of women, yet he would not take warning, but is again taken in the same snare, and this third time is fatal. Licentiousness is one of the things that take away the heart. This is a deep pit into which man have fallen; but from which few have escaped, and those by a miracle of mercy, with the loss of reputation and usefulness, of almost all except their souls. The anguish of the suffering is ten thousand time greater than all the pleasures of the sin.
Original Hebrew ותאמר 559 דלילה 1807 אל 413 שׁמשׁון 8123 עד 5704 הנה 2008 התלת 2048 בי ותדבר 1696 אלי 413 כזבים 3576 הגידה 5046 לי במה 4100 תאסר 631 ויאמר 559 אליה 413 אם 518 תארגי 707 את 853 שׁבע 7651 מחלפות 4253 ראשׁי 7218 עם 5973 המסכת׃ 4545