an expression occurring frequently in the Psalms, thought to be a liturgical or musical direction, probably a direction by the leader to raise the voice or perhaps an indication of a pause.
a Hebrew word of unknown meaning occurring in the Old Testament psalms, and thought to be a musical direction
a word frequently found in the Book of Psalms, and also in Hab. 3:9, 13, about seventy-four times in all in Scripture. Its meaning is doubtful. Some interpret it as meaning “silence” or “pause;” others, “end,” “a louder strain,” “piano,” etc. The LXX. render the word by daplasma i.e., “a division.”
cliff of divisions the name of the great gorge which lies between Hachilah and Maon, south-east of Hebron. This gorge is now called the Wady Malaky. This was the scene of the interview between David and Saul mentioned in 1 Sam.26:13. Each stood on an opposing cliff, with this deep chasm between.
noun 1. the portion of a Turkish palace or house reserved for men.
noun 1. a state in Malaysia, on the SW Malay Peninsula. 3160 sq. mi. (8184 sq. km). Capital: Shah Alam. noun 1. a state of Peninsular Malaysia, on the Strait of Malacca: established as a British protectorate in 1874, became a Federated Malay State in 1896 and part of Malaysia in 1946; tin producer. Capital: […]
noun a fear of light flashes Word Origin Greek selas ‘light’