Shulamite [shoo-luh-mahyt] Examples noun
- an epithet meaning “princess,” applied to the bride in the Song of Solomon 6:13.
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It is, for instance, dubious whether the first speaker is Solomon or the Shulamite.
Joseph M. Wheeler
What will you see in the Shulamite whom the King has compared to an army?
Some day she will cry out, with the Shulamite, ‘Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruits.’
The Well-beloved to whom this Shulamite would hasten was a bald-headed provincial lawyer who wore spectacles and three mufflers.
British Dictionary definitions for shulamite Shulamite noun
- Old Testament an epithet of uncertain meaning applied to the bride in the Song of Solomon 6:13