Psa. 45:8 KJV (With Strong’s)

Alld thy garments
beged (Hebrew #899)
a covering, i.e. clothing; also treachery or pillage
KJV usage: apparel, cloth(-es, ing), garment, lap, rag, raiment, robe, X very (treacherously), vesture, wardrobe.
Pronounce: behg'-ed
Origin: from 898
smell of myrrh
more (Hebrew #4753)
from 4843; myrrh (as distilling in drops, and also as bitter)
KJV usage: myrrh.
Pronounce: mor
Origin: or mowr {more}
, and aloes
'ahaliym (Hebrew #174)
of foreign origin; aloe wood (i.e. sticks)
KJV usage: (tree of lign-) aloes.
Pronounce: a-haw-leem'
Origin: or (feminine) ahalowth {a-haw-loth'} (only used thus in the plural)
, and cassia
qtsiy`ah (Hebrew #7102)
cassia (as peeled; plural the bark)
KJV usage: cassia.
Pronounce: kets-ee-aw'
Origin: from 7106
, out of the ivory
shen (Hebrew #8127)
a tooth (as sharp); specifically (for 8143) ivory; figuratively, a cliff
KJV usage: crag, X forefront, ivory, X sharp, tooth.
Pronounce: shane
Origin: from 8150
heykal (Hebrew #1964)
a large public building, such as a palace or temple
KJV usage: palace, temple.
Pronounce: hay-kawl'
Origin: probably from 3201 (in the sense of capacity)
, whereby
men (Hebrew #4482)
a part; hence, a musical chord (as parted into strings)
KJV usage: in (the same) (Psalm 68:23), stringed instrument (Psalm 150:4), whereby (Psalm 45:8 (defective plural)).
Pronounce: mane
Origin: from an unused root meaning to apportion
they have made thee glad
samach (Hebrew #8055)
probably to brighten up, i.e. (figuratively) be (causatively, make) blithe or gleesome
KJV usage: cheer up, be (make) glad, (have, make) joy(-ful), be (make) merry, (cause to, make to) rejoice, X very.
Pronounce: saw-makh'
Origin: a primitive root

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Cross References

Song of Sol. 1:3,13• 3Thine ointments savour sweetly; Thy name is an ointment poured forth: Therefore do the virgins love thee.
13A bundle of myrrh is my beloved unto me; He shall pass the night between my breasts.
(Song of Sol. 1:3,13)
Song of Sol. 3:6• 6Who is this, she that cometh up from the wilderness Like pillars of smoke, Perfumed with myrrh and frankincense, With all powders of the merchant? … (Song of Sol. 3:6)
Song of Sol. 4:6,13‑14• 6Until the day dawn, and the shadows flee away, I will get me to the mountain of myrrh, And to the hill of frankincense.
13Thy shoots are a paradise of pomegranates, with precious fruits; Henna with spikenard plants;
14Spikenard and saffron; Calamus and cinnamon, with all trees of frankincense; Myrrh and aloes, with all the chief spices:
(Song of Sol. 4:6,13‑14)
Song of Sol. 5:1,5,13• 1I am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse; I have gathered my myrrh with my spice; I have eaten my honeycomb with my honey; I have drunk my wine with my milk. Eat, O friends; drink, yea, drink abundantly, beloved ones!
5I rose up to open to my beloved; And my hands dropped with myrrh, And my fingers with liquid myrrh, Upon the handles of the lock.
13His cheeks are as a bed of spices, raised beds of sweet plants; His lips lilies, dropping liquid myrrh.
(Song of Sol. 5:1,5,13)
Matt. 2:11• 11And having come into the house they saw the little child with Mary his mother, and falling down did him homage. And having opened their treasures, they offered to him gifts, gold, and frankincense, and myrrh. (Matt. 2:11)
John 19:39• 39And Nicodemus also, who at first came to Jesus by night, came, bringing a mixture of myrrh and aloes, about a hundred pounds weight. (John 19:39)
2 Cor. 2:14‑16• 14But thanks be to God, who always leads us in triumph in the Christ, and makes manifest the odour of his knowledge through us in every place.
15For we are a sweet odour of Christ to God, in the saved and in those that perish:
16to the one an odour from death unto death, but to the others an odour from life unto life; and who is sufficient for these things?
(2 Cor. 2:14‑16)

J. N. Darby Translation

Myrrh and aloes, cassia, are all thy garments; out of ivory palaces stringed instruments have made thee glada.

JND Translation Notes

Or "from which they have gladdened thee."