Shiggaion

shi-ga'-yon, shi-gi'-on (shiggayon): Occurs in the title of Ps 7:1-17, and, in the plural, in the verse introducing Habakkuk's prayer (Hab 3:1). Derived from a verb meaning "to wander," it is generally taken to mean a dithyramb, or rhapsody. This is not supported by the Greek VSS, but they are evidently quite at a loss.

See a list of verses on SHIGGAION in the Bible.

See PSALMS, BOOK OF.

See also the McClintock and Strong Biblical Cyclopedia.

 
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