||If you do not desire her, however, you must send her away free. Since you have had your way with her, you may not sell her for cash or keep her as a servant.
Vehayah im-lo chafatsta bah veshilachtah lenafshah umachor lo-timkerenah bakasef lo-tit'amer bah tachat asher initah.
However, she must agree not to return to idolatry (Ramban; Ralbag). Some also maintain that she cannot be forcibly sent back to her parents (Ramban). If she is married, she requires a divorce like any other woman (Lechem Mishneh on Yad, Melakhim 8:6). However, those who maintain that she is forcibly converted and married by intercourse alone maintain that she might not need a formal divorce (Ramban: Tur).
|had your way with her|
Or, 'violated;' see Deuteronomy, 22:24.
|keep her as a servant|
Or, 'enjoy her services' (Sifri; Rashi; Radak, Sherashim; Yad, Melakhim 8:6). Hithamar in Hebrew; see Deuteronomy 24:7. Or, 'lord over her' (Ramban; Saadia); 'do business with her' (Targum; Rashbam; Ibn Janach); 'deceive her' (Ibn Ezra), or, 'treat her contemptuously' (Septuagint).