Thaer
H5542
- Original: סלה - Transliteration: Celah - Phonetic: seh'-law - Definition: 1. to lift up, exalt a. Selah 1. a technical musical term probably showing accentuation, pause, interruption - Origin: from H5541 - TWOT entry: 1506a - Part(s) of speech: Verb - Strong's: From H5541 ; suspension (of music) that is pause: - Selah. Total KJV Occurrences: 74 • Selah, 74 Psalm 3:2; Psalm 3:4; Psalm 3:8; Psalm 4:2; Psalm 4:4; Psalm 7:5; Psalm 9:16; Psalm 9:20; Psalm 20:3; Psalm 21:2; Psalm 24:6; Psalm 24:10; Psalm 32:4; Psalm 32:5; Psalm 32:7; Psalm 39:5; Psalm 39:11; Psalm 44:8; Psalm 46:3; Psalm 46:7; Psalm 46:11; Psalm 47:4; Psalm 48:8; Psalm 49:13; Psalm 49:15; Psalm 50:6; Psalm 52:3; Psalm 52:5; Psalm 54:3; Psalm 55:7; Psalm 55:19; Psalm 57:3; Psalm 57:6; Psalm 59:5; Psalm 59:13; Psalm 60:4; Psalm 61:4; Psalm 62:4; Psalm 62:8; Psalm 66:4; Psalm 66:7; Psalm 66:15; Psalm 67:1; Psalm 67:4; Psalm 68:7; Psalm 68:19; Psalm 68:32; Psalm 75:3; Psalm 76:3; Psalm 76:9; Psalm 77:3; Psalm 77:9; Psalm 77:15; Psalm 81:7; Psalm 82:2; Psalm 83:8; Psalm 84:4; Psalm 84:8; Psalm 85:2; Psalm 87:3; Psalm 87:6; Psalm 88:7; Psalm 88:10; Psalm 89:4; Psalm 89:37; Psalm 89:45; Psalm 89:48; Psalm 140:3; Psalm 140:5; Psalm 140:8; Psalm 143:6; Habakkuk 3:3; Habakkuk 3:9; Habakkuk 3:13