||She replied, 'I am the daughter of Bethuel, son of Milcah, whom she bore to Nachor.'
Vatomer elav bat-Betu'el anochi ben-Milkah asher yaldah le-Nachor.
||She then said, 'We have plenty of straw and fodder, as well as a place for people to spend the night.'
Vatomer elav gam-teven gam-mispo rav imanu gam-makom lalun.
||The man bowed low and prostrated himself to God.
Vayikod ha'ish vayishtachu l'Adonay.
He said, 'Blessed be God, Lord of my master Abraham, who has not withdrawn the kindness and truth that He grants to my master. Here I am, still on the road, and God has led me to the house of my master's close relatives!'
Vayomer baruch Adonay Elohey adoni Avraham asher lo-azav chasdo va'amito me'im adoni anochi baderech nachani Adonay beyt achey adoni.
||The girl ran to her mother's quarters and told her what had happened.
Vatarots hana'arah vataged leveyt imah kadevarim ha'eleh.
(cf. Bereshith Rabbah 60; Kethuvoth 102b; Rashi). Literally, '[she] told it to her mother's house.'