Definition of Moabitess. Meaning of Moabitess. Synonyms of Moabitess

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Definition of Moabitess

Moabitess
Moabitess Mo"ab*i`tess, n. A female Moabite. --Ruth i. 22.

Meaning of Moabitess from wikipedia

- Judaica. 10. p. 34. "ISHMAEL". Retrieved 2 October 2015. Ishmael married a Moabitess named 'Adishah or 'Aishah (variants "'Ashiyah" and "'Aifah," Arabic names;...
- of Lot. (Lot was the son of Haran and the nephew of Abraham). Ruth the Moabitess became the great-grandparent of King David. In the Book of Ruth (which...
- lineage back to proselytes, such as Achior the Ammonite and Ruth the Moabitess, and to those who were mingled with the Israelites and came out of Egypt...
- king of Judah, and mother of Jehoshaphat. I Kings, II Chronicles BaaraMoabitess, wife of Shaharaim. I Chronicles Basemeth #1 – daughter of Elon, the Hittite...
- whom?] a descendant of Haran through David's great-grandmother Ruth, a Moabitess[better source needed] and hence a descendant of Lot. Solomon's wife Naamah...
- And she said to her, "Go, my daughter." "Ruth the Moabitess": the repetitive designation "the Moabitess" for Ruth indicates the particularization of this...
- law of the Egyptian parallel to the law forbidding a Moabite but not a Moabitess [such as Ruth] from ever entering the ****embly)". Jewish scribes say that...
- example, the marriage of Boaz, a member of the tribe of Judah to Ruth, a Moabitess, as described in the Book of Ruth, appears on its face to contradict the...
- idolatress in her youth who serves as the spiritual teacher of a young Moabitess girl, Tebah, who is being prepared to be sacrificed to Chemosh, a Moabite...
- right, in the presence of the elders of his city. "Moreover, Ruth the Moabitess, the widow of Mahlon, I have acquired as my wife, to perpetuate the name...
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