Selah

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“Selah” is a Hebrew word that appears throughout the Book of Psalms in the Bible. Most scholars think it’s meant to be an instruction to the person reading the text to pause and think. In modern times, the word is used in the Rastafarian culture as an “Amen”-esque substitute. Whatever it’s meaning, the lyricism of Selah would be make this a beatiful and unique name for any baby girl.

Origin

  • hebrew: A pause, the end

Alternative Spellings

Syllables: 2

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