SEV Biblia, Chapter 5:27 Cayó encorvado entre sus pies, quedó tendido; entre sus pies cayó encorvado; donde se encorvó, allí cayó muerto.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Judges 5:27 Verse 27. At her feet he bowed] hylgr yb bein ragleyha, "between her feet." After having stunned him she probably sat down, for the greater convenience of driving the nail through his temples.
He bowed-he fell] He probably made some struggles after he received the blow on the head, but could not recover his feet. AEschylus represents Agamemnon rising, staggering, and finally falling, under the blows of Clytemnestra. - Agam. v. 1384.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 24-31 - Jael had a special blessing. Those whose lot is cast in the tent, in low and narrow sphere, if they serve God according to the powers he ha given them, shall not lose their reward. The mother of Sisera looke for his return, not in the least fearing his success. Let us take hee of indulging eager desires towards any temporal good, particularl toward that which cherishes vain-glory, for that was what she her doted on. What a picture does she present of an ungodly and sensua heart! How shameful and childish these wishes of an aged mother and he attendants for her son! And thus does God often bring ruin on his enemies when they are most puffed up. Deborah concludes with a praye to God for the destruction of all his foes, and for the comfort of all his friends. Such shall be the honour, and joy of all who love God in sincerity, they shall shine for ever as the sun in the firmament __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew בין 996 רגליה 7272 כרע 3766 נפל 5307 שׁכב 7901 בין 996 רגליה 7272 כרע 3766 נפל 5307 באשׁר 834 כרע 3766 שׁם 8033 נפל 5307 שׁדוד׃ 7703