Wilson's Dictionary of Bible Types
Psalm 29:6 (b) This is a poetical expression which indicates the great joy that the leaders of the kingdoms of this world will have when our Lord rules and reigns, and all His enemies are under His feet. Cedars are usually taken as a type of the great men of GOD, or great men in other departments of life. Cedars are also taken as a type of the collective Christian life. The Lord is surely telling us of the joy that will fill the heart when He rules in the earth. (See also Psalm 114:4-6).
Song of Solomon 2:8 (b) Again we understand this to represent the feelings of the bride about the poet-King whom she loves so much. The heart cannot express itself in ordinary language when talking about our love for the mighty GOD, the wonderful Father, or the precious Saviour.
Jeremiah 48:27 (b) Probably this represents the feelings of the Moabites as they spoke in derision, scorn and hatred of their neighbor, the Israelite.
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Watson, Walter. Entry for 'Skip'. Wilson's Dictoinary of Bible Types. https://www.studylight.org/dictionaries/eng/wdt/s/skip.html. 1957.