What are the implications of "va'Yizbach Balak Bakar va'Tzon ... "?
Rashi: This implies that Balak was stingy and that he slaughtered for Bil'am and the princes who were with him only one bull and one sheep.
Seforno: 'Balak sent Bil'am ... as a gift in his honor, to satisfy his vanity, over and above their regular meal. 1 '.
Implying that Balak sent Bil'am a generous gift.
Rashi writes that Balak slaughtered only one bull and one sheep. What is his source? Bakar and Tzon can refer to many!
Moshav Zekenim, Riva: Elsewhere, it says "Bakar Esrim u'Shnayim Elef
Alternatively, he intends for (PF)