"Their wine is the poison of dragons, and the cruel venom of asps" (pethenim).
It is also said that there are asps of four cubits in length.
They then seize the asps by the head or tail, and dragging them into the river, so kill them.
The lips may utter golden speech, or drip with the poison of asps.
It was not for the hurt she cared; it was the shame of defeat and outrage that stung her like a whip of asps.
She has most likely been stung by asps, or eaten by wild beasts.'
Truly the poison of asps was under the lips of Madame Elizabeth of Bavaria.
He shall suck the head of asps, and the viper's tongue shall kill him.
Their wine is the gall of dragons, and the venom of asps, which is incurable.
They have sharpened their tongues like a serpent: the venom of asps is under their lips.