SEV Biblia, Chapter 2:7 Y la reina será cautiva; le mandarán que suba, y sus criadas la llevarán, gimiendo como palomas, batiendo sus pechos.
Clarke's Bible Commentary - Nahum 2:7 Verse 7. And Huzzab shall be led away captive] Perhaps Huzzab means the queen of Nineveh, who had escaped the burning mentioned above by Diodourus. As there is no account of the queen being burnt, but only of the king, the concubines, and the eunuchs, we may, therefore, naturally conclude that the queen escaped; and is represented here as brought up and delivered to the conqueror; her maids at the same time bewailing her lot. Some think Huzzab signifies Nineveh itself.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 7. And Huzzab shall be led away captive , etc.] The Targum translates it the queen; and Jarchi and Aben Ezra, after R. Samuel, take it to be the name of the queen of Assyria; so called, as every queen might, from her standing at the king’s right hand, ( Psalm 45:9) who, when the royal palace was destroyed, was taken out, and carried captive with the rest, who before was in a well settled and tranquil state and condition: or perhaps the king himself is designed, who may be represented as a woman, as follows, for his effeminacy; conversing only with women; imitating their voice; wearing their apparel; and doing their work, spinning, etc. which is the character historians give of the last king of the Assyrians: some f60 take it to be the idol Venus, worshipped by the Ninevites: though it may be meant either of the palace itself, as Kimchi’s father, which was firm and well established; or rather Nineveh itself, thought to be stable and secure, the inhabitants of which should be carried into a strange land: she shall be brought up ; the queen, or the king, out of the palace or private retirement, where they were in peace and safety; or Nineveh, and the inhabitants of it, out of their secure state and condition: and her maids shall lead [her] ; her maids of honour, supporting her on the right hand and left, ready to sink and faint under her misfortunes: this may also be understood of towns and villages, and the inhabitants of them, that should go into captivity along with Nineveh: as with the voice of doves, tabering upon their breasts ; mourning like doves, inwardly and secretly, not daring to express their sorrow more publicly, because of their enemies; but knocking and beating upon their breasts, as men do upon tabrets or drums, thereby expressing the inward grief of their minds; (see Ezekiel 7:16).
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 1-10 - Nineveh shall not put aside this judgment; there is no counsel of strength against the Lord. God looks upon proud cities, and brings the down. Particular account is given of the terrors wherein the invadin enemy shall appear against Nineveh. The empire of Assyria is represented as a queen, about to be led captive to Babylon. Guilt in the conscience fills men with terror in an evil day; and what wil treasures or glory do for us in times of distress, or in the day of wrath? Yet for such things how many lose their souls!
Original Hebrew והצב 5324 גלתה 1540 העלתה 5927 ואמהתיה 519 מנהגות 5090 כקול 6963 יונים 3123 מתפפת 8608 על 5921 לבבהן׃ 3824