of or relating to the Biblical David or his descendants.
- post-Da·vid·ic, adjective
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How to use Davidic in a sentence
Further, the transposition of the Davidic psalms to the beginning of the book would bring the hymns of the guilds together.The Literature of the Old Testament | George Foot Moore
From this Davidic hymn book came what is now the first book of the Psalter entire, except Ps.The Literature of the Old Testament | George Foot Moore
The rights of the royal Davidic family were unrecognized; and the ruler of the Jews was an appointee of Rome.Jesus the Christ | James Edward Talmage
The hopes of re-establishing the Hebrew kingdom under a Davidic ruler were, however, completely dashed to the ground.Biblical Geography and History | Charles Foster Kent
Certain passages seem to imply that in his time the Temple was still standing and the Davidic dynasty uninterrupted.