But if she made a vow [in] her husband's house, or bound herself on a pledge with a sworn oath,
and her husband heard [it] but was silent to her, and he did not forbid her, all her vows will stand and every pledge that she bound on herself will stand.
But if her husband nullified them on the day he hears [them], all her vows going out of her lips concerning her vows or the pledge on herself will not stand; her husband has nullified them, and Yahweh will forgive her.
"Any vow and any sworn oath of a pledge to inflict on herself, her husband can confirm it or her husband can nullify it.
But if her husband is completely silent from day to day, then he confirms all her vows or all her pledges that [are] on her; he confirms them because he was silent to her on the day he heard [them].
But if he indeed nullifies them after he hears them, then he will bear her guilt."
These [are] the decrees that Yahweh commanded Moses, as between a husband and his wife, and between a father and his daughter, [while] her childhood [is in] her father's house.