||[They had] the cheese of cattle, milk of sheep, fat of lambs, rams of the Bashan, and luscious fat wheat. They drank the blood of grapes for wine.
Chem'at bakar vachalev tson im-chelev karim ve'eylim bney-Vashan ve'atudim im-chelev kilyot chitah vedam-enav tishteh-chamer.
||Jeshurun thus became fat and rebelled. You grew fat, thick and gross. [The nation] abandoned the God who made it and spurned the Mighty One who was its support.
Vayishman Yeshurun vayiv'at shamanta avita kasita vayitosh Eloha asahu vayenabel tsur yeshu'ato.
Chemah in Hebrew. See Genesis 18:8. Or, 'meat' (Ibn Ezra).
Or, 'the best parts of' (see Leviticus 3:9).
The best place for livestock; see Numbers 32:4.
(Chizzkuni). Kilyoth in Hebrew. Or, 'fat kidneys of wheat' (Ketuvoth 111b; Septuagint).
'The one who sees' (Ibn Ezra; Bachya; Sforno). Or, 'the upright one' (Ibn Ezra; Abarbanel; Hirsch), or, 'the beloved one' (Septuagint). A poetic name for Israel.
(Saadia; Radak, Sherashim). Kasah in Hebrew. Or, 'covered with fat' (Rashi; Ibn Ezra), or, 'broad' (Septuagint).
(Rashi). Nabhal in Hebrew. Or, 'profaned' (Ibn Ezra); 'ignored' (Ralbag); or, 'was ungrateful to' (Ramban). See Deuteronomy 32:6.