- "V'hamal." "Hashem will have mercy." Rashi bases this upon Yeshaya 31:5. It matches the Targum "v'Yeihos"
- "V'dileig" based upon Melachim I 18:21. This matches the modern "passover" to skip over or to jump over
Now for the background of "Eqev."
- Targum states Halaf meaning "in exchange."
- Rashi Midrashically puns: "Those mitzvoth that one tramples with one's heel"
Although Rashi himself did not choose to use the Concordance Technique here, Rashi frequently offers a subset of the range of "valid" techniques and definitions.
"Eqev" appears in Humash five times:
- Eqev asher shama Avraham Beqoli (Breishit 22:18)
- Eqev asher shama Avraham b'Kqoli (Breishit 26:5)
- Eqev hayeta Ruch Achereth imo (Bamidbar 14:24)
- Appears in Eqev itself, in conjunction with the verb "lishmo'a" totaling four of five instances. (Devarim: 7:12)
- Again, in Eqev. (Devarim: 8:20)
- The Aqeida
- This is a generic use of the word "Equev," but since they both refer to Avraham, it is feasible to hook it onto one.
- The Meraglim
Now four and five can be understood.
4. "And it shall be when you obey Under Duress (you shall be blessed...)" (Devarim: 7:12)
5. "...and when you fail to obey Under Duress..." (Devarim: 8:20)
And abandon Hashem...