KJV SON5 with Strong's Hebrew/Greek

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5:1 I am come [H935] into my garden [H1588] , my sister [H269] , [my] spouse [H3618] : I have gathered [H717] my myrrh [H4753] with my spice [H1313] ; I have eaten [H398] my honeycomb [H3293] with my honey [H1706] ; I have drunk [H8354] my wine [H3196] with my milk [H2461] : eat [H398] , O friends [H7453] ; drink [H8354] , yea, drink abundantly [H7937] , O beloved [H1730] .(yea: or, and be drunken with loves)

5:2 I sleep [H3463] , but my heart [H3820] waketh [H5782] : [it is] the voice [H6963] of my beloved [H1730] that knocketh [H1849] , [saying], Open [H6605] to me, my sister [H269] , my love [H7474] , my dove [H3123] , my undefiled [H8535] : for my head [H7218] is filled [H4390] with dew [H2919] , [and] my locks [H6977] with the drops [H7447] of the night [H3915] .

5:3 I have put off [H6584] my coat [H3801] ; how [H349] shall I put it on [H3847] ? I have washed [H7364] my feet [H7272] ; how [H349] shall I defile [H2936] them?

5:4 My beloved [H1730] put in [H7971] his hand [H3027] by [H4480] the hole [H2356] [of the door], and my bowels [H4578] were moved [H1993] for him.(for him: or, (as some read) in me)

5:5 I rose up [H6965] to open [H6605] to my beloved [H1730] ; and my hands [H3027] dropped [H5197] [with] myrrh [H4753] , and my fingers [H676] [with] sweet smelling [H5674] myrrh [H4753] , upon the handles [H3709] of the lock [H4514] .(sweet: Heb. passing, or, running about)

5:6 I opened [H6605] to my beloved [H1730] ; but my beloved [H1730] had withdrawn [H2559] himself, [and] was gone [H5674] : my soul [H5315] failed [H3318] when he spake [H1696] : I sought [H1245] him, but I could not find [H4672] him; I called [H7121] him, but he gave me no answer [H6030] .

5:7 The watchmen [H8104] that went about [H5437] the city [H5892] found [H4672] me, they smote [H5221] me, they wounded [H6481] me; the keepers [H8104] of the walls [H2346] took away [H5375] my veil [H7289] from me.

5:8 I charge [H7650] you, O daughters [H1323] of Jerusalem [H3389] , if ye find [H4672] my beloved [H1730] , that ye tell [H5046] him, that I [am] sick [H2470] of love [H160] .(that ye: Heb. what, etc)

5:9 What [is] thy beloved [H1730] more than [another] beloved [H1730] , O thou fairest [H3303] among women [H802] ? what [is] thy beloved [H1730] more than [another] beloved [H1730] , that thou [H3602] dost so charge [H7650] us?

5:10 My beloved [H1730] [is] white [H6703] and ruddy [H122] , the chiefest [H1713] among ten thousand [H7233] .(the chiefest: Heb. a standard bearer)

5:11 His head [H7218] [is as] the most [H3800] fine gold [H6337] , his locks [H6977] [are] bushy [H8534] , [and] black [H7838] as a raven [H6158] .(bushy: or, curled)

5:12 His eyes [H5869] [are] as [the eyes] of doves [H3123] by the rivers [H650] of waters [H4325] , washed [H7364] with milk [H2461] , [and] fitly set [H3427] [H4402] .(fitly: Heb. sitting in fulness, that is, fitly placed, and set as a precious stone in the foil of a ring)

5:13 His cheeks [H3895] [are] as a bed [H6170] of spices [H1314] , [as] sweet [H4840] flowers [H4026] : his lips [H8193] [like] lilies [H7799] , dropping [H5197] sweet smelling [H5674] myrrh [H4753] .(sweet flowers: or, towers of perfumes)

5:14 His hands [H3027] [are as] gold [H2091] rings [H1550] set [H4390] with the beryl [H8658] : his belly [H4578] [is as] bright [H6247] ivory [H8127] overlaid [H5968] [with] sapphires [H5601] .

5:15 His legs [H7785] [are as] pillars [H5982] of marble [H8336] , set [H3245] upon sockets [H134] of fine gold [H6337] : his countenance [H4758] [is] as Lebanon [H3844] , excellent [H977] as the cedars [H730] .

5:16 His mouth [H2441] [is] most sweet [H4477] : yea, he [is] altogether lovely [H4261] . This [is] my beloved [H1730] , and this [is] my friend [H7453] , O daughters [H1323] of Jerusalem [H3389] .(mouth: Heb. palate)