And so it was that all that fell
naphal  (naw-fal')
to fall, in a great variety of applications (intransitive or causative, literal or figurative)
that day
yowm  (yome)
a day (as the warm hours),
both of men
'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)
and women
'ishshah  (ish-shaw')
irregular plural, nashiym {naw-sheem'}; a woman
were twelve
shnayim  (shen-ah'-yim)
two; also (as ordinal) twofold -- both, couple, double, second, twain, + twelfth, + twelve, + twenty (sixscore) thousand, twice, two.
`asar  (aw-sawr')
ten (only in combination), i.e. -teen; also (ordinal) -teenth -- (eigh-, fif-, four-, nine-, seven-, six-, thir-)teen(-th), + eleven(-th), + sixscore thousand, + twelve(-th).
'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.
even all the men
'enowsh  (en-oshe')
a mortal; hence, a man in general (singly or collectively)English versions, especially when used in apposition with another word.
of Ai
`Ay  (ah'ee)
Ai, Aja or Ajath, a place in Palestine -- Ai, Aija, Aijath, Hai.