What is the difference between "Eimasah" and "Pachad"?
Rashi: "Eimasah" is what those who are far away experience, "Pachad", those who are close. 1
About whom did Moshe pray "Tipol aleihem ... bi'Gedol Zero'acha"?
Ramban #1 (citing Ibn Ezra): Refer to 15:14:1:2* - he prayed about the Pelishtim, Edom and Mo'av before Yisrael crossed the Yarden.
Ramban #2: - he prayed about the Kena'anim, after Yisrael crossed the Yarden. 1
Seforno: Moshe prayed that, out of fear, the Kena'anim would flee before Yisrael. 2
What are the ramifications of the continuation "Yidmu ka'Aven ad Ya'avor ... "?
Seforno: Even when Yisrael will attack them in their towns, they should be so afraid that will not rise against them in self-defense.
What is the significance of the double expression "ad Ya'avor"?
Rashi (with reference to Targum Onkelos) and Targum Yonasan: They refer to the crossing of the Rivers Arnon 1 and Yarden, respectively.
Rashbam: The Pasuk repeats itself in the same way as it did above. 2
What does the Pasuk mean when it describes Yisrael as the nation that Hashem acquired?
Rashi: It means the nation that Hashem endeared them over and above all the other nations. 1
Targum Onkelos: The nation that You redeemed.
Pirkei Avos (6:10): Yisrael is one of the five acquisitions that Hashem acquired for Himself in this world.
Like an object that one purchased for a lot of money and which one therefore prizes (Rashi).