Shulamite


Shulamite

Shulamite [shoo-luh-mahyt] Examples noun

  1. an epithet meaning “princess,” applied to the bride in the Song of Solomon 6:13.

Examples from the Web for shulamite Historical Examples of shulamite

  • It is, for instance, dubious whether the first speaker is Solomon or the Shulamite.

    Bible Studies

    Joseph M. Wheeler

  • What will you see in the Shulamite whom the King has compared to an army?

    Historia Amoris: A History of Love, Ancient and Modern

    Edgar Saltus

  • Some day she will cry out, with the Shulamite, ‘Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits.’

    Samuel Brohl & Company

    Victor Cherbuliez

  • The Well-beloved to whom this Shulamite would hasten was a bald-headed provincial lawyer who wore spectacles and three mufflers.

    George Sand, Some Aspects of Her Life and Writings

    Rene Doumic

  • British Dictionary definitions for shulamite Shulamite noun

    1. Old Testament an epithet of uncertain meaning applied to the bride in the Song of Solomon 6:13

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