So God split open the hollow place that is in Lehi and water came out of it. And when he drank, his spirit came again and he revived; therefore its name was called En-hakkore, which is in Lehi to this day. Bible see other translations

“hollow place.” The Hebrew word translated as “hollow place” refers to a circular depression in the ground. God apparently split the bottom of it and water filled it and flowed from it.

“spirit.” In this case, “spirit” refers to both his physical energy and his attitude.

[For more on the meanings of “spirit,” see Appendix 6, “Usages of ‘Spirit.’”]

Commentary for: Judges 15:19