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 14:26
14:26 You may then spend the money on anything you desire, whether it be cattle, smaller animals, wine, brandy, or anything else for which you have an urge.
Venatatah hakesef bechol asher-te'aveh nafshecha babakar uvatson uvayayin uvashechar uvechol asher tish'alcha nafshecha ve'achalta sham lifney Adonay Eloheycha vesamachta atah uveytecha.



Commentary:

brandy
  Or, 'old wine' (Targum). Shekher in Hebrew. Or, 'fruit wine' (Radak, Sherashim), 'mead' (Ibn Ezra), or any other 'intoxicating beverage' (Ibn Janach; Septuagint).

have an urge
  Literally, 'for which your soul asks.'





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