Selah is defined as a Hebrew word that has been found at the ending of verses in Psalms and has been interpreted as an instruction calling for a break in the singing of the Psalm or it may mean "forever."
An example of Selah is seeing the term used seventy-one times in the Psalms in the Hebrew Bible.
a Hebrew word of unknown meaning at the end of verses in the Psalms: perhaps a musical direction, but traditionally interpreted as a blessing meaning “forever”
Origin of selahClassical Hebrew (language) sela
Used to conclude a verse in the Psalms.
Origin of selahHebrew selâ.
- A female given name derived from the biblical interjection (possibly mistaken for a name) .
From Classical Hebrew ×¡Ö¶Ö½×œÖ¸×” (selÄh)