song of solomon 5 16

Learn how to translate and interpret the verse "His mouth is most sweet, and he is altogether lovely" from the Song of Solomon 5:16 in different versions and languages. See the original Hebrew text, Strong's numbers, Morphology, and related Scriptures. Ellicott's Commentary for English Readers. (16) His mouth is most sweet. —Literally, his palate (see Margin) sweetnesses, i.e., his voice is exquisitely sweet. The features have already been described, and chek, palate, is used of the organ of speech and speech itself ( Job 6:30; Proverbs 5:3 ). This is my beloved, this is my friend, daughters of Jerusalem. New Living Translation. His mouth is sweetness itself; he is desirable in every way. Such, O women of Jerusalem, is my lover, my friend. English Standard Version. His mouth is most sweet, and he is altogether desirable. 16 His mouth is most sweet: yea, he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved, and this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem. Read full chapter Song of Solomon 5:16 in all English translations Song of Solomon 4 Song of Solomon 6 King James Version (KJV) Public Domain Bible Gateway Recommends His mouth is most sweet: Yea, he is altogether lovely. This is my beloved, yea, this is my friend, O daughters of Jerusalem. His throat most sweet, and he is all lovely: such is my beloved, and he is my friend, O ye daughters of Jerusalem. Yes, women of Jerusalem, my lover is everything I desire.