company of two armies
Song of Solomon 6:13
6:13 company of two armies. The phrase “the company of two armies” is said to mean, literally, “the dance of Mahanaim,” where Mahanaim was the name of the place where Jacob met the angels (Genesis 32:2). This dance seems to have been a very intimate dance enjoyed alone by a man and his wife, and Solomon was rebuking the daughters of Jerusalem for wanting to observe it.