Miktam - (2019)
This is a masculine noun in Hebrew, with various theories as to meaning and derivation including "inscription" or perhaps an instruction as to certain psalms' use, it appears in each psalm mentioned linked to the name, David, and by a shared sentiment of concerns answered by grace.
One reads: "Miktam (Hebrew: מִכְתָּם) is a word of unknown meaning found in the headings to Psalms 16 and 56-60 in the Hebrew Bible. These six Psalms, and many others, are associated with David, but this tradition is more likely to be sentimental than historical. Miktam corresponds to the Babylonian nakamu, lid, metal cover for a vessel, but efforts to derive a meaning for the term in the Psalms have not been convincing. In modern Hebrew, the word has come to mean 'epigram', and numerous collections of Hebrew epigrams have used that word in their titles." In "Miktam," Wikipedia, n. d.
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