Look at me and be astonished; clap your hand over your mouth.
"Look at me, and be astonished, And put your hand over your mouth.
Look at me and be stunned. Put your hand over your mouth in shock.
Take a good look at me. Aren't you appalled by what's happened? No! Don't say anything. I can do without your comments.
Take note of me and be full of wonder, put your hand on your mouth.
Look at me, and be appalled, and lay your hand upon your mouth.
Look at me and be astonished; Put your hand over your mouth.
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1 tn The verb פְּנוּ (pÿnu) is from the verb “to turn,” related to the word for “face.” In calling for them to turn toward him, he is calling for them to look at him. But here it may be more in the sense of their attention rather than just a looking at him.