Ruth 3:9
Ruth: Rth 2:10-13, 1Sa 25:41, Luk 14:11 spread therefore: Hebrew "spread thy wing;" the emblem of protection; and a metaphor taken from the young of fowls, which run under the wings of their mother from birds of prey. Even to the present day, when a Jew marries a woman, he throws the skirts of his talith over her, to signify that he has taken her under his protection. Eze 16:8 a near kinsman: or, one that has right to redeem, Rth 3:12, Rth 2:20 Reciprocal: Lev 25:25 - General Deu 22:30 - discover Deu 25:5 - husband's brother