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Where there is more than one woman by the same name, the different women are indicated by numbers, i.e., Mary (1), Mary (2), etc.

[ A ] [ B ] [ C ] [ D ] [ E ] [ – ] [ G ] [ H ] [ I ] [ J ] [ K ] [ L ] [ M ] [ N ] [ O ] [ P ] [ Q ] [ R ] [ S ] [ T ] [ – ] [ V ] [ W ] [ – ] [ – ] [ Z ]

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  • Abi (Abiah, Abijah): II Kings 18:2; II chronicles 29:1. The daughter of Zechariah, wife of Ahaz (eleventh King of Judah), and mother of Hezekiah, King of Judah.
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  • Abiah: I Chronicles 2:24. The wife of Hezron, who was a grandson of Judah and Tamar and founder of the family of Hezronites. Mother of Ashur. Grandmother of Tekoa.
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  • Abigail (1): I Samuel 25:3-42; 27:3; 30:5; II Samuel 2:2; 3:3; I Chronicles 3:1. The widow of Nabal who was a drunkard. She became one of the wives of King David.
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  • Abigail (2): II Samuel 17:25; I Chronicles 2:16,17. Daughter of Nahash. The sister of King David. Mother of Amasa, who was once the commander in David’s army. She was married to an Ishmaelite named Jether (Ithra).
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  • Abihail (1): I Chronicles 2:29. The wife of Abishur, a descendant of Hezron of Judah. Mother of Ahban and Molid.
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  • Abihail (2): II Chronicles 11:18. The daughter of Eliab, David’s brother. The wife of Rehoboam, King of Judah, or the mother of Rehoboam’s wife, Mahalath (which would make her the wife of Jerimoth, a son of David and daughter of Davide’s eldest brother Eliab).
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  • Abishag: I Kings 1:3,15; 2:17,21,22. A Shunem maid who ministered to King David in his old age. She was his concubine.
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  • Abital: II Samuel 3:4; I Chronicles 3:3. One of the eight wives of King David. Mother of Shephatiah, who was born in Hebron.
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  • Achsah: Joshua 15:16, 17; Judges 1:12; I Chronicles 2:49. Daughter of Caleb, prince of the tribe of Judah.
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  • Adah (1): Genesis 4:19,20,23. One of the two wives of Lamech.
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  • Adah (2) (Bashemath I): Genesis 36:2. One of the Canaanite wives of Esau. Daughter of Elon.
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  • Agar: Galatians 4:24,25. Greek name for Sarah’s handmaid Hagar.
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  • Ahinoam (1): I Samuel 14:50. The wife of Saul, first king of Israel. Daughter of Ahimaaz.
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  • Ahinoam (2): I Samuel 25:43; 27:3; 30:5; II Samuel 2:2; 3:2; I Chronicles 3:1. a Jezreelitess who was one of David’s eight wives.
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  • Ablai: I Chronicles 2:31. Daughter of Sheshan. Descendant Pharez, elder son of Judah by Tamar.
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  • Aholah: Ezekiel 23:4,5,36,44. “The elder sister.”
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  • Aholibamah: Genesis 36:2, 5, 14, 18, 25. One of Esau’s wives.
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  • Anah: Genesis 36:2. A daughter of Zibeon. Mother of Aholibamah (Oholibamah), one of the wives of
    Esau.
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  • Anna: Luke 2:36-38. The first woman to proclaim Jesus as Christ.  |  A Virtuous Woman
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  • Apphia: Philemon 1:2. A Christian of Colossae. She may have been stoned to death in the reign of Nero.
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  • Asenath: Genesis 41:45, 50; 46:20. wife of Joseph and daughter of Potipherah, a priest of the great national temple
    of the sun at On or Heliopolis, seven miles northeast of modern Cairo.
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  • Atarah: I Chronicles 2:26. The second wife of Jerahmeel, grandson of Pharez. Mother of Onam.
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  • Athaliah: II Kings 8:26; 11:1-3; 13-20; II Chronicles 22:2,10-12; 23:12,13,21; 24:7. A daughter of Jezebel and Ahab. The only ruIing queen of Judah.
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  • Azubah (1): I Chronicles 2:18, 19. The first wife of Caleb, one of the descendants of Judah. Mother of Jesher, Shobab, and Ardon.
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  • Azubah (2): I Kings 22:42; II Chronicles 20:31. Daughter Shuhi, wife of King Asa, third king of Judah. Mother
    Jehoshaphat.

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