melitsah: satire, a mocking poemOriginal Word: מְלִיצָהTransliteration:
(mel-ee-tsaw')Part of Speech:
Noun FeminineShort Definition:
satire, a mocking poemMeaning:
satire, a mocking poem
From luwts; an aphorism; also a satire -- interpretation, taunting.
see HEBREW luwts
מְלִיצָה noun [feminine] satire, mocking-poem Habakkuk 2:6, also Proverbs 1:6 (al. here figure, enigma).
לישׁ (√ of following, Thes לושׁ; perhaps = be strong (Thes) compare Arabic , , strength; (medial י) III. see be strong, etc., apparently denominative = be lion-like).