from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Of or pertaining to Asaph, one of the chief singers in the Temple in the time of David and Solomon, and eponymous head of one of the gilds of singers, “sons of Asaph.” Psalms 50 and 73–83 are called Asaphic, having the name of Asaph superscribed. Also Asaphitic.


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