||Let my soul not enter their plot; let my spirit not unite with their meeting - for they have killed men with anger, maimed bulls with will.
Besodam al-tavo nafshi bikehalam al-techad kevodi ki ve'apam hargu ish uvirtsonam ikru-shor.
||Cursed be their rage, for it is fierce, and their fury, for it is cruel. I will disperse them in Jacob, scatter them in Israel.
Arur apam ki az ve'evratam ki kashatah achalkem beYa'akov va'afitsem beYisra'el.
(Radak; cf. Psalms 16:9). The Hebrew word kavod here usually means honor.
Referring to Shechem; see Genesis 34:26.
Literally, 'maimed a bull.' Some say that this refers to Joseph (Targum Yonathan; Lekach Tov; Rashi; see Deuteronomy 33:17); see note on Genesis 37:19,24. Some translate the verse, 'they tore down a wall with their will' (Ibn Ezra).