H5542 סלה - Strong's Hebrew Lexicon Number


סלה
selâh
seh'-law
From H5541; suspension (of music), that is, pause

KJV Usage: Selah.


Brown-Driver-Briggs' Hebrew Definitions

BDB5613

סלה

1. to lift up, exalt
a. Selah
1. a technical musical term probably showing accentuation, pause, interruption
Origin: from H5541
TWOT: 1506a
Parts of Speech: Verb

TBESH:
סֶ֫לָה
se.lah
H:V
Selah
1) to lift up, exalt
1a) Selah
1a1) a technical musical term probably showing accentuation, pause, interruption

View how H5542 סלה is used in the Bible

First 30 of 74 occurrences of H5542 סלה

Psalms 3:2 Selah.
Psalms 3:4 Selah.
Psalms 3:8 Selah.
Psalms 4:2 Selah.
Psalms 4:4 Selah.
Psalms 7:5 Selah.
Psalms 9:16 Selah.
Psalms 9:20 Selah.
Psalms 20:3 Selah.
Psalms 21:2 Selah.
Psalms 24:6 Selah.
Psalms 24:10 Selah.
Psalms 32:4 Selah.
Psalms 32:5 Selah.
Psalms 32:7 Selah.
Psalms 39:5 Selah.
Psalms 39:11 Selah.
Psalms 44:8 Selah.
Psalms 46:3 Selah.
Psalms 46:7 Selah.
Psalms 46:11 Selah.
Psalms 47:4 Selah.
Psalms 48:8 Selah.
Psalms 49:13 Selah.
Psalms 49:15 me. Selah.
Psalms 50:6 himself. Selah.
Psalms 52:3 Selah.
Psalms 52:5 Selah.
Psalms 54:3 before them. Selah.
Psalms 55:7 Selah.

Distinct usage

60 Selah.
2 themselves. Selah.
2 Selah:
1 himself. Selah.
1 there. Selah.
1 thee? Selah.
1 for me. Selah.
1 before them. Selah.
1 themselves. Selah.
1 for us. Selah.
1 upon us; Selah.
1 thee. Selah.
1 me. Selah.


Related words

H5542

H5541 סלה sâlâh

סלה
sâlâh
saw-law'
A primitive root; to hang up, that is, weigh, or (figuratively) contemn

KJV Usage: tread down (under foot), value.


H5543 סלּי סלוּא סלּוּא סלּוּ salû salû' sâlû' sallay
סלּי סלוּא סלּוּא סלּוּ
salû salû' sâlû' sallay
sal-loo', sal-loo', saw-loo', sal-lah'ee
From H5541; weighed; Sallu or Sallai, the name of two Israelites

KJV Usage: Sallai, Sallu, Salu.


H5544 סלּון סלּון sillôn sallôn
סלּון סלּון
sillôn sallôn
sil-lone', sal-lone'
From H5541; a prickle (as if pendulous)

KJV Usage: brier, thorn.


H5552 סלסלּה salsillâh
סלסלּה
salsillâh
sal-sil-law'
From H5541; a twig (as pendulous)

KJV Usage: basket.