7 But if she should be indeed married, and her vows be upon her according to the utterance of her lips, 2in respect of the obligations which she has contracted upon her soul; 8 and her husband should hear, and hold his peace at her in the day in which he should hear, then thus shall all her vows be binding, and her obligations, which she has contracted upon her soul shall stand. 9 But if her husband should 3straitly forbid her in the day in which he should hear her, none of her vows or obligations which site has contracted upon her soul shall stand, because her husband has disallowed her, and the Lord shall hold her guiltless.
10 And the vow of a widow and of her that is put away, whatsoever she shall 4bind upon her soul, shall stand to her. 11 And if her vow be made in the house of her husband, or the obligation upon her soul with an oath, 12 and her husband should hear; and hold his peace at her, and not disallow her, then all her vows shall stand, and all the obligations which she contracted against her soul, shall stand against her. 13 But if her husband should utterly 5cancel the vow in the day in which he shall hear it, none of the things which shall proceed out of her lips in her vows, and in the obligations contracted upon her soul, shall stand to her; her husband has cancelled them, and the
1 Gr. profane.
2 It would seem that the relative o┼v must refer to Úrismo┴v, understood.
3 Or, in any wise.
4 Gr. vow.
5 Or, forbid; lit. take away.
6 Or, utterly.
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