Psa. 49:4 KJV (With Strong’s)

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I will incline
natah (Hebrew #5186)
to stretch or spread out; by implication, to bend away (including moral deflection); used in a great variety of application (as follows)
KJV usage: + afternoon, apply, bow (down, - ing), carry aside, decline, deliver, extend, go down, be gone, incline, intend, lay, let down, offer, outstretched, overthrown, pervert, pitch, prolong, put away, shew, spread (out), stretch (forth, out), take (aside), turn (aside, away), wrest, cause to yield.
Pronounce: naw-taw'
Origin: a primitive root
mine ear
'ozen (Hebrew #241)
broadness. i.e. (concrete) the ear (from its form in man)
KJV usage: + advertise, audience, + displease, ear, hearing, + show.
Pronounce: o'-zen
Origin: from 238
to a parable
mashal (Hebrew #4912)
properly, a pithy maxim, usually of metaphorical nature; hence, a simile (as an adage, poem, discourse)
KJV usage: byword, like, parable, proverb.
Pronounce: maw-shawl'
Origin: apparently from 4910 in some original sense of superiority in mental action
: I will open
pathach (Hebrew #6605)
to open wide (literally or figuratively); specifically, to loosen, begin, plough, carve
KJV usage: appear, break forth, draw (out), let go free, (en-)grave(-n), loose (self), (be, be set) open(-ing), put off, ungird, unstop, have vent.
Pronounce: paw-thakh'
Origin: a primitive root
my dark saying
chiydah (Hebrew #2420)
a puzzle, hence, a trick, conundrum, sententious maxim
KJV usage: dark saying (sentence, speech), hard question, proverb, riddle.
Pronounce: khee-daw'
Origin: from 2330
upon the harp
kinnowr (Hebrew #3658)
a harp
KJV usage: harp.
Pronounce: kin-nore'
Origin: from a unused root meaning to twang
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incline.
parable.
dark.

J. N. Darby Translation

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I will incline mine ear to a parable, I will open my riddle upon the harp.