Zilpah

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

Easton's Bible Dictionary. . 1897.

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  • ZILPAH — (Heb. זִלְפָּה), handmaid of leah and concubine of jacob . laban gave Zilpah to his daughter Leah as a handmaid on the occasion of Leah s marriage to Jacob (Gen. 29:24; 46:18). A parallel custom is attested in the nuzi Documents. When Leah ceased …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Zilpah — [zil′pə] n. [Heb zilpa, akin to zelef, a spray, sprinkling] Bible the mother of Gad and Asher: Gen. 30:10 13 …   English World dictionary

  • Zilpah — In the Book of Genesis, Zilpah (זִלְפָּה Drooping , Standard Hebrew Zilpa, Tiberian Hebrew Zilpāh) is Leah s handmaid and the second concubine of Jacob and the mother of Gad and Asher.Zilpah is given to Leah as a handmaid by Leah s father, Laban …   Wikipedia

  • Zilpah — (fl. ?19th 16th cent)    Israelite woman, hand maid of Leah. Leah gave Zilpah to Jacob as a wife. She bore Gad and Asher (Genesis 30:9 13) …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • Zilpah P. Grant Banister — Zilpah Polly Grant Banister (May 30, 1794 December 3, 1874) was an American educator known primarily for founding Ipswich Female Seminary in Ipswich, Massachusetts in 1828. Mary Lyon was her assistant until she later also became principal.… …   Wikipedia

  • Zilpah — Zilpa Zilpa est un prénom qui veut dire celle qui coule doucement . C est le nom d un personnage biblique, servante de Léa et quatrième épouse de Jacob. Léa fait épouser sa servante à Jacob après que sa sœur Rachel en a fait de même avec la… …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Zilpah — /zil peuh/, n. the mother of Gad and Asher. Gen. 30:10 13. * * * …   Universalium

  • Zilpah — noun a) Handmaid of Leah and mother of Gad and Asher. b) of biblical origin …   Wiktionary

  • Zilpah — Zil•pah [[t]ˈzɪl pə[/t]] n. bib the mother of Gad and Asher. Gen. 30:10–13 …   From formal English to slang

  • Zilpah — /ˈzɪlpə/ (say zilpuh) noun Old Testament mother of Gad and Asher by Jacob. Genesis 30:10–13 …  

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