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.
An aspiring composer and son of a Reform rabbi from Worcester, Massachusetts, Klein had taken a traditional Jewish prayer servicecomplete with candle blessing, Kiddush, psalmist meditation and the Sh'maand set it to jazz tunes, from snappy to bluesy to bossa nova and even modal.
In Psalm 150, the psalmist invites "everything that has breath" to celebrate and praise the Lord in many different ways.
Using the same exclamatory form, the Psalmist in both verses is moved to extol the "works" of God: How .
is clear that the "hermeneutic of alignment" stands at the heart of Augustine's strategy: the establishment or alignment of continuity between the song of the psalmist, the psalmist, and the lives of his readers considered within an overarching common framework.
MANILA -- The mood inside the Manila Cathedral during Pope Francis' first mass in the country may be solemn, but online, netizens sent a collective gush over the "cute" responsorial psalmist.
Helpful guidelines for discovering and recognizing the relevancy of feelings and emotions of the Psalmist with the commonality of our contemporary ethos
The Psalmist sang: "You [God] have turned for me my mourning into dancing".
The psalmist wrote, "Today if you would hear his voice, do not harden your hearts".
Instead the psalmist feels safe and able to calm and quiet her soul.
At the outset, the psalmist is preoccupied with self (77:1-9).