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March 5th, 2013 02:50 PM #1Senior Member
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Selah and Sela are different names
I think a change needs to be made for the description for the name Selah. From what I understand:
Sela is Hebrew word for rock.
Selah is a word that appears often in the bible, mostly in Psalms, and has uncertain meaning. The theories on the meaning I have found is that is has a similar meaning/use as Amen. Another source I found has said that it is simply a cue to the reader or singer to pause, and that it is not actually said aloud. Finally, another theory is that it is some kind of musical indicator.
Both of these can be beautiful names but I don't think they have the same meaning~ Mommy to Callum Rhys and Jack William ~
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