SEV Biblia, Chapter 20:10 Â¶ Y el varón que adulterare con la mujer de otro, el que cometiere adulterio con la mujer de su prójimo, indefectiblemente morirá el adúltero y la adúltera.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Leviticus 20:10 Verse 10. Committeth adultery] To what has been said in the note on See "Exod. xx. 14", we may add, that the word adultery comes from the Latin adulterium, which is compounded of ad, to or with, and alter, another, or, according to Minshieu, of ad alterius forum, he that approaches to another man's bed.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 10. And the man that committeth adultery with [another] man’s wife , etc.] Which is a breach of the seventh command, ( Exodus 20:14); [even he] that committeth adultery with his neighbour’s wife : which is only an explanation of the former clause; though the Jewish writers, as Jarchi and Ben Gersom, say this is so expressed to except the wife of a stranger, or a Gentile; but it means whether a Gentile or an Israelite; and which may be confirmed by the instance of Phinehas slaying a prince of Israel, that lay with a Midianitish woman, ( Numbers 25:6-8): the adulterer and the adulteress shall surely be put to death ; on account of her that is espoused, by strangling, with a hard napkin within a soft one; and on account of her that is married, by casting stones; even both the adulterer and adulteress, as the Targum: and the Jews say f720 , strangling was thus performed; they that were strangled were fixed up to their knees in dung, and then they put a hard napkin within a soft one, and rolled it about his neck, and one drew it to him this way, and another drew it to him that way, until he expired: and there is no unlawful copulation punished with strangling, according to Maimonides f721 , but lying with another man’s wife; and who observes, that the death which is spoken of in the law absolutely, that is, without specifying any kind of death, is strangling; but stoning seems rather meant, agreeably to ( Deuteronomy 22:24 John 8:5).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 10-27 - These verses repeat what had been said before, but it was needful ther should be line upon line. What praises we owe to God that he has taugh the evil of sin, and the sure way of deliverance from it! May we have grace to adorn the doctrine of God our Saviour in all things; may we have no fellowship with unfruitful works of darkness, but reprove them __________________________________________________________________
Original Hebrew ואישׁ 376 אשׁר 834 ינאף 5003 את 854 אשׁת 802 אישׁ 376 אשׁר 834 ינאף 5003 את 854 אשׁת 802 רעהו 7453 מות 4191 יומת 4191 הנאף 5003 והנאפת׃ 5003