They send forth their little ones like a flock, and their children dance.
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George Leo Haydock
Their. Septuagint, "They continue like eternal sheep, as if they and their flocks would never die. (Calmet)
And play, is to show the nature of the dance. It is not in Hebrew. (Haydock)
The children are healthy and sportive. (Menochius)
Septuagint, "they play before them. "(Haydock)
48. That as there are greater stores bestowed on them to have the possession of, so great numbers may spring up to keep them safe. But whereas he said, revel in sports, lest we should imagine that the mere sport of the children in the house of the wicked by itself was too mean and poor.