prin’-ses: The Hebrew term is sarah (compare sar, prince, and "Sarah"); it means

(1) a queen (Isa 49:23, the King James Version and the Revised Version (British and American) both "queen");

(2) the consort of a king contrasted with his concubines (1Ki 11:3, "He had seven hundred wives. princesses, and three hundred concubines");

(3) the wife of a prince (Es 1:18 the "princesses of Persia and Media");

(4) it is metaphorically used of the city of Jerusalem (La 1:1).