SEV Biblia, Chapter 26:7 Así como camina el cojo; es el proverbio en la boca del loco.
John Gill's Bible Commentary Ver. 7. The legs of the lame are not equal , etc.] Or as “the lifting up the legs by one that is lame” f710 , to dance to a pipe or violin, is very unseemly, and does but the more expose his infirmity, and can give no pleasure to others, but causes derision and contempt; so [is] a parable in the mouth of fools ; an apophthegm, or sententious expression of his own, which he delivers out as a wise saying, but is lame and halts; it is not consistent with itself, but like the legs of a lame man, one higher than the other: or one of the proverbs of this book, or rather any passage of Scripture, in the mouth of a wicked man; or any religious discourse of his is very unsuitable, since his life and conversation do not agree with it; it is as disagreeable to hear such a man talk of religious affairs as it is to see a lame man dance; or whose legs imitate buckets at a well, where one goes up and another down, as Gussetius interprets the word.
Matthew Henry Commentary Verses 6-9 - Fools are not fit to be trusted, nor to have any honour. Wise sayings as a foolish man delivers and applies them, lose their usefulness.
Original Hebrew דליו 1809 שׁקים 7785 מפסח 6455 ומשׁל 4912 בפי 6310 כסילים׃ 3684