in Ps. 92:3 means the murmuring tone of the harp. In Ps. 9:16 it is a musical sign, denoting probably a pause in the instrumental interlude. In Ps. 19:14 the word is rendered “meditation;” and in Lam. 3:62, “device” (R.V., “imagination”).
[hig-inz] /ˈhɪg ɪnz/ noun 1. George V. 1939–99, U.S. novelist. /ˈhɪɡɪnz/ noun 1. Alex, known as Hurricane Higgins. 1949–2010, Northern Irish snooker player: world champion (1972, 1982) 2. Jack, real name Harry Patterson. born 1929, British novelist; his thrillers include The Eagle Has Landed (1975), Confessional (1985), and Midnight Runner (2002)
[hig-in-suh n] /ˈhɪg ɪn sən/ noun 1. Thomas Wentworth Storrow [stor-oh] /ˈstɒr oʊ/ (Show IPA), 1823–1911, U.S. clergyman, author, and social reformer.
[hig-uh l] /ˈhɪg əl/ verb (used without object), higgled, higgling. 1. to bargain, especially in a petty way; haggle. /ˈhɪɡəl/ verb 1. a less common word for haggle
[hig-uh l-dee-pig-uh l-dee] /ˈhɪg əl diˈpɪg əl di/ adverb 1. in a jumbled, confused, or disorderly manner; helter-skelter. adjective 2. confused; jumbled. /ˈhɪɡəldɪˈpɪɡəldɪ/ adjective, adverb 1. in a jumble noun 2. a muddle “confusedly, hurriedly,” 1590s, a “vocal gesture” [OED] probably formed from pig and the animal’s suggestions of mess and disorder. Reduplications in the […]