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THE LETTER Z - bible females

ZEBUDAH or ZEBIDAH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: given

the wife of Josiah and mother of Jehoiakim (2 Kings 23:36).

 

Bible: Zebudah, Zebidah

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ZELELPONI or HAZELELPONI: (Hebew=)

Etymology: star of Venus

the wife of Haman, whom she instigated to prepare a gallows for Mordecai (Esther 5:10).

 

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Hazelelponi, Zelelponi

ZERESH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: star of Venus

the wife of Haman, whom she instigated to prepare a gallows for Mordecai (Esther 5:10).

 

Bible: Zeresh

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ZERUAH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: stricken

mother of Jeroboam, the first king of the ten tribes (1 Kings 11:26).

 

Bible: Zeruah

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ZERUIAH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: stricken of the Lord

 

David's sister, and the mother of Abishai, Joab, and Asahel (1 Chr. 2:16), who were the three leading heroes of David's army

 

Being David's nephews, these three men were admitted to the closest companionship with him.

 

Bible: Zeruiah

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ZIBIAHTHE or ZIBIAH: (Hebrew= )

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mother of King Joash (2 Kings 12:1; 2 Chr. 24:1).

 

Bible: Zibiah (Tsibiah)

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ZILLAH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: shadow or shadow protection

one of the wives of Lamech, of the line of Cain, and mother of Tubal-cain (Gen. 4:19, 22)

 

See: Adah

 

Bible: Zillah

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ZILPAH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: drooping

 

Leah's handmaid, and the mother of Gad and Asher (Gen. 30:9-13).

 

Bible: Zilpah

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ZIPPORAH: (Hebrew= )

Etymology: a female bird.

 

Reuel's daughter, who became the wife of Moses (Ex. 2:21).

 

As a result of the event recorded in Exodus 4:24-26, she and her two sons, Gershom and Eliezer, when so far on the way with Moses toward Egypt, were sent back by him to her own kinsfolk, the Midianites, with whom they sojourned till Moses afterwards joined them (18:2-6).

 

Bible: Zipporah

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