'Ayin(ah-yeen) is our next letter. Like the letter aleph the letter 'ayin is a silent letter, having no sound of it's own. The pictograph for this letter is an eye. The word 'ayin means 'eye' or 'to see' and has an expanded meaning of 'understand' and 'obey'. It might be said that this eye is an inner eye, representing the Holy Spirit vision and helps us determine between good and evil. In other words, we live rightly we can easily distinquish between right and wrong and will make the right choices if we've allowed Holy Spirit to guide our thinking and control our heart.
22“The eye is the lamp of the body. So, if your eye is healthy, your whole body will be full of light, 23but if your eye is bad, your whole body will be full of darkness. If then the light in you is darkness, how great is the darkness!Matthew 6:22-23 ESV
Our word here is 'Az meaning "strength". It comes from an ancient root word which has a deeper meaning than physical strength. It denotes spiritual strength. There is a second word in this verse that begins with 'Ayin and that is 'acharown which means 'latter'.
I referred to the Proverial Woman in our previous verse as being spiritually prepared. This verse, in analysis of the Hebrew, gives ample evidence of that. Her 'clothing' here are truly her spiritual character. The word that is translated as dignity also translates into 'excellence' and 'majestic',both words which gives an added depth of meaning. That she 'laughs' represents her joy in her own latter days when she is standing before the throne of God.