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HEBREW: 1090 hhlb Bilhah
NAVE: Bilhah
EBD: Bilhah
SMITH: BILHAH
ISBE: BILHAH (1) BILHAH (2)
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Bilhah

In Bible versions:

Bilhah: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
Rachel's maid; third wife of Jacob; mother of Dan and Naphtali
a town of Simeon and Judah inhabited by the clan of Shime-i

who is old or confused ( --> same as Bilhan)
Google Maps: Bilhah (31° 14´, 34° 50´)

Hebrew

Strongs #01090: hhlb Bilhah

Bilhah = "troubled"

n pr f
1) Rachel's handmaid whom she gave to Jacob as a concubine, mother to
two of Jacob's children, Dan and Naphtali

n pr loc
2) a city in Simeon

1090 Bilhah bil-haw'

from 1089; timid; Bilhah, the name of one of Jacob's
concubines; also of a place in Palestine:-Bilhah.
see HEBREW for 01089

Bilhah [EBD]

faltering; bashful, Rachel's handmaid, whom she gave to Jacob (Gen. 29:29). She was the mother of Dan and Naphtali (Gen. 30:3-8). Reuben was cursed by his father for committing adultry with her (35:22; 49:4). He was deprived of the birth-right, which was given to the sons of Joseph.

Bilhah [NAVE]

BILHAH
1. Rachel's servant, bears children by Jacob, Gen. 29:29; 30:3, 4; 37:2.
Mother of Dan and Naphtali, Gen. 30:1-8; 35:25; 46:23, 25.
Reuben's incest with, Gen. 35:22; 49:4.
2. A place in the land of Simeon, 1 Chr. 4:29.
Called Balah, Josh. 19:3; and Baalah, Josh. 15:29.

BILHAH [SMITH]

(timid, bashful), handmaid of Rachel, (Genesis 29:29) and concubine of Jacob, to whom she bore Dan and Naphtali. (Genesis 30:3-8; 35:25; 46:25; 1 Chronicles 7:13) (B.C 53.)

BILHAH (1) [ISBE]

BILHAH (1) - bil'-ha (person) (bilhah; Balla): A slave girl whom Laban gave to Rachel (Gen 29:29), and whom the latter gave to Jacob as a concubine (Gen 30:3,4); the mother of Dan and Naphtali (Gen 30:4,7; 35:25; 46:25; 1 Ch 7:13); guilty of incest with Reuben (Gen 35:22).

BILHAH (2) [ISBE]

BILHAH (2) - bil'-ha (place) (bilhah; Codex Alexandrinus, Balaa; Codex Vaticanus, Abella): A city in Simeon (1 Ch 4:29) = Baalah (Josh 15:29), Balah (Josh 19:3), and Baalath (Josh 19:44). Unidentified.




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