And he fell upon his brother Benjamin's neck and
On his neck first, because he was his own brother by father and
mother's side; and he wept over him for joy that he had a sight
of him once more: the word for "neck" is in the plural number,
and being used, may signify that he fell first on one side of his
neck, and then on the other, to show his great affection for him:
and Benjamin wept upon his neck;
their love and the tokens of it were reciprocal.