American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. See Table at Bible.
- n. biblical The twenty-second book of the Old Testament and the Bible, also known as the Canticle of Canticles and the Song of Songs.
- n. an Old Testament book consisting of a collection of love poems traditionally attributed to Solomon but actually written much later
“+ Ashishah, (2 Samuel 6: 19; 1 Chronicles 16: 3; Song of Solomon”
“Where He, the Central Figure, intervenes, and gratitude is blent with adoration, the little poem reveals no word of quasi-amorous self-surrender to the person or image of the Belovèd, such as characterizes not a little of that Christian literature for which the Song of Solomon – 'I am my beloved's and my beloved is mine' – was a sacred archetype.”
“(Exodus 30: 22-38) Nor were they less used in private life; not only were they applied to the person, but to garment, (Psalms 45: 8; Song of Solomon 4: 11) and to articles of furniture, such as beds.”
“(2 Kings 14: 9; Song of Solomon 4: 8); Habb 2: 17 Along the base of Lebanon runs the irregular plain of”
“A rose and/or a lily in a vase also refers to the Song of Solomon 2:1-2.”
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