psalmist


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psalm·ist

 (sä′mĭst)
n.
A writer or composer of psalms.

psalmist

(ˈsɑːmɪst)
n
(Bible) the composer of a psalm or psalms, esp (when capital and preceded by the) David, traditionally regarded as the author of The Book of Psalms

psalm•ist

(ˈsɑ mɪst)

n.
1. an author of psalms.
2. the Psalmist, David, the traditional author of the Psalms.
[1475–85; < Late Latin psalmista]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.psalmist - a composer of sacred songs; "David is called The Psalmist because he is believed to be the author of the Book of Psalms"
composer - someone who composes music as a profession
Translations

psalmist

[ˈsɑːmɪst] Nsalmista m

psalmist

nPsalmist m

psalmist

[ˈsɑːmɪst] nsalmista m
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"Indulge yourself," he whispered; "ought not the suggestion of the worthy namesake of the Psalmist to have its weight at such a moment?"
The hunter is taken in his own snare, as the great Psalmist says.
Our psalmist knew about depression and he shared this feeling with God.
Their topics include his highness: God's voice and the autoimmune in two royal psalms, oral tales and written truth in the early reception history of Septuagint Psalm 118(119), the voice of the psalmist: on the performative role of Psalms in Moses Mendelssohn's Jerusalem, and Paul Celan: the last psalmist.
The psalmist begins offering words of blessing and praise to God and then invites the community to join in.
The idolatry of ancient Israel's neighbors led the psalmist to write, "Their idols are merely things of silver and gold, shaped by human hands.
In his distress the psalmist's adversaries mock him,"He committed his cause to the Lord; let the Lord come and rescue him" (psalm 22.8.
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How did preachers in late antiquity allow their audience to tap into the narrative of the Psalmist? Before describing further Augustine's strategy for interpreting the Psalter, M.
It is time for us to remember the words of the Psalmist: "Our fathers trusted in thee: they trusted, and thou didst deliver them.
For several hours on Friday, netizens were distracted by the "good looks" of a responsorial psalmist who sang "Forever, I will sing of the goodness of the Lord," during the Mass at the Manila Cathedral.