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Smith's Bible DictionaryNehiloth
The title of (Psalms 5:1) in the Authorized Version is rendered "To the chief musician upon Nehiloth ." It is most likely that nehiloth is the general term for perforated wind-instruments of all kinds, as neginoth denotes all manner of stringed instruments.
Easton's Bible DictionaryOnly in the title of Psalm 5. It is probably derived from a root meaning "to bore," "perforate," and hence denotes perforated wind instruments of all kinds. The psalm may be thus regarded as addressed to the conductor of the temple choir which played on flutes and such-like instruments.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary(n. pl.) A term supposed to mean, perforated wind instruments of music, as pipes or flutes.
International Standard Bible EncyclopediaNEHILOTH
Strong's Hebrew5155. nechilah -- perhaps flute (a musical instrument).
... Transliteration: nechilah Phonetic Spelling: (nekh-ee-law') Short Definition: Nehiloth. ...
Probably denominative from chaliyl; a flute -- (plural) Nehiloth. ...
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ThesaurusNehiloth (2 Occurrences)
... Int. Standard Bible Encyclopedia. NEHILOTH. ne-hil'-oth, ne'-hi-loth (Psalm 5, title).
See MUSIC. Multi-Version Concordance Nehiloth (2 Occurrences). ...
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Bible ConcordanceNehiloth (2 Occurrences)
Psalms 4:8 In peace will I both lay me down and sleep; For thou, Jehovah, alone makest me dwell in safety. Psalm 5 For the Chief Musician; with the Nehiloth. A Psalm of David.
Psalms 5:1 Give ear to my words, O Jehovah, Consider my meditation.
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