Turkish - English

  1. psalm

English - English

  1. Especially, one of the hymns by David and others, collected into one book of the Old Testament, or a modern metrical version of such a hymn for public worship (psalm)
  2. A sacred song; a poetical composition for use in the praise or worship of God (psalm)
  3. To extol in psalms; to sing; as, psalming his praises (psalm)
  4. an extract from the Old Testament book of Psalms, a series of hymns of praise to God (psalm)
  5.    from the Greek, a song accompanied by musical instruments In the Bible these songs cover a wide variety of style and content; psalms appear in many places, but the principle collection of them is found in the Book of Psalms The Hebrew name for this book is Tehillim, meaning "praises," even though the majority of the psalms are not hymns of praise but spread over many other categories such as laments, prayers of thanksgiving and confidence, wisdom, and psalms of royalty (psalm)
  6. psalm (psalm)
  7. sing or celebrate in psalms; "He psalms the works of God" (psalm)
  8. any sacred song used to praise the Deity (psalm)
  9. sacred song or hymn from the Book of Psalms in the Bible isim (psalm)
  10. one of the 150 lyrical poems and prayers that comprise the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament; said to have been written by David (psalm)
  11. The Psalms are the 150 songs, poems, and prayers which together form the Book of Psalms in the Bible. He recited a verse of the twenty-third psalm. a song or poem praising God, especially in the Bible (psalmus, from psalmos , from psallein; PSALTER). Sacred song or poem. The term is most widely known from the book of Psalms in the Bible. Its 150 psalms, ranging in subject from songs of joyous faith and thanksgiving to songs of bitter protest and lamentation, rank among the immortal poems of all time. They have had a profound influence on the liturgies of Judaism and Christianity. Their dating and authorship are highly problematic, and the tradition of assigning them to King David is no longer accepted. In the original Hebrew text the book had no name. When the Hebrew Bible was translated into Greek (the Septuagint), it was titled Psalterion, referring to a stringed instrument that would accompany such songs (psalm)
  12. any sacred song used to praise the Deity one of the 150 lyrical poems and prayers that comprise the Book of Psalms in the Old Testament; said to have been written by David sing or celebrate in psalms; "He psalms the works of God (psalm)

Turkish - Turkish

  1. Hz. Dâvuda (A.S.) inen "Zebur"un Surelerinden herbiri
  2. Terennümle okunan kaside, ilâhi ve münâcat

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