And all the people returned to the camp to Joshua at Makkedah
Sound and well, as not one killed or missing, so not one wounded, as the Vulgate Latin version,
``sound and in full number:'' none moved his tongue against any of the children of Israel
as to curse them, reproach them, and speak ill of them, for invading them, and using them in the manner they did, such was the terror that was upon them. It may be supplied, "not a dog moved" his tongue, as in ( Exodus 11:7
) ; as it was with them when they came out of Egypt, so it was when they entered the land of Canaan. It seems to be a proverbial expression, as Ben Gersom observes, signifying that no harm was done to them by word or deed.