song of steps, a title given to each of these fifteen psalms, 120-134 inclusive. The probable origin of this name is the circumstance that these psalms came to be sung by the people on the ascents or goings up to Jerusalem to attend the three great festivals (Deut. 16:16). They were well fitted for being sung by the way from their peculiar form, and from the sentiments they express. “They are characterized by brevity, by a key-word, by epanaphora [i.e, repetition], and by their epigrammatic style…More than half of them are cheerful, and all of them hopeful.” They are sometimes called “Pilgrim Songs.” Four of them were written by David, one (127) by Solomon, and the rest are anonymous.
noun 1. a novel (1977) by Toni Morrison. Song of Solomon, The noun 1. a book of the Bible. Abbreviation: Sol. Song of Solomon noun 1. the Song of Solomon, a book of the Old Testament consisting of a collection of dramatic love poems traditionally ascribed to Solomon Also known as the Song of Songs, […]
noun 1. a book of the Apocrypha, included as part of the third chapter of Daniel in the Douay Bible.
noun (pl) -los 1. (South African) a millipede, Jurus terrestris, having a hard shiny dark brown segmented exoskeleton
noun 1. a writer of songs. noun 1. a person who writes songs