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A term found in the title of Psa 22, possibly a musical term. Usually translated as “doe of the dawn.”
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Aijeleth Shahar—hind of the dawn, a name found in the title of Ps. 22. It is probably the name of some song or tune to the measure of which the psalm was to be chanted. Some, however, understand by the name some instrument of music, or an allegorical allusion to the subject of the psalm.
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AIJELETH SHAHAR [A juh leth SHAY har] (deer of the dawn) — probably the name of a specific tune used with Psalm 22. The words appear as part of the title of this psalm in the KJV.
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The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C