And the lords
ceren  (seh'-ren)
an axle; figuratively, a peer -- lord, plate.
of the Philistines
Plishtiy  (pel-ish-tee')
a Pelishtite or inhabitant of Pelesheth -- Philistine.
came up
`alah  (aw-law')
to ascend, intransitively (be high) or actively (mount); used in a great variety of senses, primary and secondary, literal and figurative (as follow)
unto her and said
'amar  (aw-mar')
to say (used with great latitude)
unto her Entice
pathah  (paw-thaw')
to open, i.e. be (causatively, make) roomy; usually figuratively (in a mental or moral sense) to be (causatively, make) simple or (in a sinister way) delude
him and see
ra'ah  (raw-aw')
to see, literally or figuratively (in numerous applications, direct and implied, transitive, intransitive and causative)surely, think, view, visions.
wherein his great
gadowl  (gaw-dole')
great (in any sense); hence, older; also insolent
koach  (ko'-akh)
from an unused root meaning to be firm; vigor, literally (force, in a good or a bad sense) or figuratively (capacity, means, produce); also (from its hardiness) a large lizard
lieth and by what means we may prevail
yakol  (yaw-kole')
to be able, literally (can, could) or morally (may, might)
against him that we may bind
'acar  (aw-sar')
to yoke or hitch; by analogy, to fasten in any sense, to join battle
him to afflict
`anah  (aw-naw')
to depress literally or figuratively, transitive or intransitive (in various applications, as follows)
him and we will give
nathan  (naw-than')
to give, used with greatest latitude of application (put, make, etc.)
thee every one
'iysh  (eesh)
a man as an individual or a male person; often used as an adjunct to a more definite term (and in such cases frequently not expressed in translation)
of us eleven hundred
'eleph  (eh'-lef)
hence (the ox's head being the first letter of the alphabet, and this eventually used as a numeral) a thousand -- thousand.
me'ah  (may-aw')
a primitive numeral; a hundred; also as a multiplicative and a fraction -- hundred(-fold), -th), + sixscore.
pieces of silver
keceph  (keh'-sef)
silver (from its pale color); by implication, money -- money, price, silver(-ling).