Shall I then take my bread, and my water
Which include all food and liquors, everything eatable and drinkable; and "water" may be particularly mentioned, because very scarce in the wilderness, and so precious; though the Septuagint version has "wine" instead of "water":
and my flesh which I have killed for my
whether oxen, or sheep, or lambs, as there might be of each sort, for an entertainment made on such an occasion:
and give [it] unto men whom I know not whence they
which is another argument Abarbinel makes use of that he meant not David, but his men only, because he did not know who and from whence they were.