E'duth (עֵדוּת, eduth', precept, as it is often rendered; Sept. and Vulg. translate accordingly) stands (besides being translated elsewhere in its ordinary acceptation) as a part (in connection with "Shushan" either singular or plural) of the inscription of certain poetical compositions, indicating that the contents were of a revealed or sacred character (title of Ps 60; Ps 80). SEE SHOSHANNIM.

See also the International Standard Bible Encyclopedia.

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