And he took up
nasa'  (naw-saw')
to lift, in a great variety of applications, literal and figurative, absol. and rel. (as follows)
his parable
mashal  (maw-shawl')
a pithy maxim, usually of metaphorical nature; hence, a simile (as an adage, poem, discourse) -- byword, like, parable, proverb.
and said
'amar  (aw-mar')
to say (used with great latitude)
Bil`am  (bil-awm')
not (of the) people, i.e. foreigner; Bilam, a Mesopotamian prophet; also a place in Palestine -- Balaam, Bileam.
the son
ben  (bane)
a son (as a builder of the family name), in the widest sense (of literal and figurative relationship, including grandson, subject, nation, quality or condition, etc.
of Beor
B`owr  (beh-ore')
a lamp; Beor, the name of the father of an Edomitish king; also of that of Balaam -- Beor.
hath said
n'um  (neh-oom')
an oracle -- (hath) said, saith.
and the man
geber  (gheh'-ber)
a valiant man or warrior; generally, a person simply -- every one, man, mighty.
whose eyes
`ayin  (ah'-yin)
an eye; by analogy, a fountain (as the eye of the landscape)
are open
shatham  (shaw-tham')
to unveil (figuratively) -- be open.
hath said
n'um  (neh-oom')
an oracle -- (hath) said, saith.