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HEBREW: 3089 ebvwhy Y@howsheba`
NAVE: Jehosheba
EBD: Jehosheba
SMITH: JEHOSHEBA
ISBE: JEHOSHEBA
Jehoida | Jehonadab | Jehoshabeath | Jehoshaphat | Jehoshaphat, Valley of | Jehosheba | Jehoshua | Jehoshuah | Jehovah | Jehovah, Servant Of | Jehovah-jireh

Jehosheba

In Bible versions:

Jehosheba: NET AVS NIV NRSV NASB TEV
daughter of Joram and sister of Ahaziah, kings of Judah

fullness, or oath, of the Lord

Hebrew

Strongs #03089: ebvwhy Y@howsheba`

Jehosheba = "Jehovah has sworn"

1) daughter of king Joram of Judah and wife of the high priest Jehoiada
1a) alternate spelling 'Jehoshabeath' - 03090

3089 Yhowsheba` yeh-ho-sheh'-bah

from 3068 and 7650; Jehovah-sworn; Jehosheba, an
Israelitess:-Jehosheba. Compare 3090.
see HEBREW for 03068
see HEBREW for 07650
see HEBREW for 03090

Jehosheba [EBD]

Jehovah-swearing, the daughter of Jehoram, the king of Israel. She is called Jehoshabeath in 2 Chr. 22:11. She was the only princess of the royal house who was married to a high priest, Jehoiada (2 Chr. 22:11).

Jehosheba [NAVE]

JEHOSHEBA, called also Jehoshabeath. Daughter of Joram, 2 Kin. 11:2.

JEHOSHEBA [SMITH]

(Jehovah?s oath), daughter of Joram king of Israel, and wife of jehoiada the high priest. (2 Kings 11:2) Her name in the Chronicles is given JEHOSHABEATH. (B.C. 882.) As she is called, (2 Kings 11:2) "the daughter of Joram , sister of Ahaziah," it has been conjectured that she was the daughter, not of Athaliah, but of Joram by another wife. She is the only recorded instance of the marriage of a princess of the royal house with a high priest.

JEHOSHEBA [ISBE]

JEHOSHEBA - je-hosh'-e-ba, je-ho-she'-ba (yehoshebha`, "Yahweh is an oath"): Called "Jehoshabeath" in 2 Ch 22:11; daughter of Jehoram king of Judah, possibly by a wife other than Athaliah (2 Ki 11:2). According to 2 Ch 22:11, she was the wife of Jehoiada, the priest. She hid Jehoash, the young son of King Ahaziah, and so saved his life from Queen Athaliah.




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