Why did Moshe use the feminine form, when he said to Hashem "v'Im Kachah At Oseh li"?
Rashi: When Hashem showed Moshe the punishment that He was about to bring upon Yisrael for their sin, he felt powerless like a woman 1 and asked Hashem to kill him first.
Ramban, Moshav Zekenim: It is a normal manner of speech, like we find in Yechezkel, 28:14.
Seforno: What he meant was that, if, in his honor, Hashem would apply a weaker, imperfect Hashgachah with regard to Yisrael - like that of a woman. 4
What are the implications of "Horgeini Na Harog"?
Ramban #1: It implies 'Send people to kill me by the sword'. 1
Ramban #2: It implies 'Kill me by Your Hand'. 2
Targum Yonasan: [If You will do so to me, to place all of Yisrael's problems on my shoulders,) kill me with the death that is reserved for Tzadikim!'
Why did he say "v'Al Er'eh b'Ra'asi" and not 'b'Ra'asam?
Rashi: It is a Tikun Sofrim - Moshe actually said 'b'Ra'asam', only he wrote in the Torah 'b'Ra'asi" 1 to soften the impact.
Seforno: He meant that he did not want to see the fateful Hashgachah (that affected Yisrael and) that Hashem brought about due to him. 2
Da'as Zekenim: It is better that I die immediately, than to deteriorate due to them.
Moshav Zekenim: Moshe said, it is written about me "Anav Me'od 3 ", and it is written "b'Einei Moshe Ra" (seeing evil in others is a lack of humility).
Rashi writes that Moshe used the feminine form "At" because he became weak like a woman. "At" refers to Hashem, and not to Moshe!
Rosh: He means that Moshe became weak, and could not finish the word, like sometimes happens to women. Riva - one who begins sighing cannot finish his breath. However, this is difficult; we need not say so. We do not know the reason for everything extra or missing!
Moshav Zekenim: There is a Pesik (break) between "Kachah" and "At". If You will do so