Tuck your cloak under your belt like a man,
for I will question you,
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“Tuck your cloak under your belt.” The literal Hebrew is “belt up your loins.” This refers to the custom of a man tying up his long clothing so he could move more quickly. In this context, it is equivalent to “prepare for battle” like a man. See commentary on 2 Kings 4:29.

Commentary for: Job 38:3