interjection se·lah \ˈsē-lə, -ˌlä\

Definition of SELAH

—a term of uncertain meaning found in the Hebrew text of the Psalms and Habakkuk carried over untranslated into some English versions

Origin of SELAH

Hebrew selāh
First Known Use: circa 1530


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