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Higgaion (hi-gay´yon), a Hebrew word that is transliterated by the nrsv in Ps. 9:16. Its meaning is unknown, but it occurs in combination with Selah, another transliterated Hebrew word of uncertain meaning. The term probably specified some sort of musical or liturgical notation. The word actually appears
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Higga´ion (meditation), a word which occurs three times in the book of Psalms—Ps. 9:16; 19:14; 92:3 (margin). The word has two meanings, one of a general character, implying thought, reflection, and another, in Ps. 9:16 and Ps. 92:3, of a technical nature, the precise meaning of which cannot at this
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Higgaionhiggaion (hi-gayʹyuhn), a Hebrew word that appears in three Psalms. In two of them it seems to have some sort of musical connotation: in Ps. 9:16, where it occurs with the unknown word Selah and is simply transliterated, and in Ps. 92:3, where it is translated ‘melody’ (kjv: ‘solemn sound’).