Fulfil her week
Not Rachel's week, or a week of years of servitude for her, but Leah's week, or the week of seven days of feasting for her marriage; for a marriage feast used to be kept seven days, according to the Jewish writers F20, and as it seems from ( Judges 14:17 ) ; and the Targum of Jerusalem fully expresses this sense,
``fulfil the week of the days of the feast of Leah;''and to the same sense the Targum of Jonathan, Aben Ezra and Jarchi:
and we will give this also;
meaning Rachel that stood by; and the sense is, that he and his wife, if he had any, or his friends about him, would give to Jacob Rachel also to be his wife, upon the following condition:
for the service which thou shall serve with me yet seven
which shows the avaricious temper of the man.
F20 T. Hieros. Moed Katon, fol. 80. 4. Pirke Eliezer, c. 16, 36.