Abigail

[mother of Amasa] Abigail ({Hebrew Name 2|אֲבִיגַיִל|אֲבִיגָיִל|Avigáyil||ʾĂḇîḡáyil|ʾĂḇîḡāyil|`her Father`s joy` or `fountain of joy`}) is a character in the Hebrew Bible She was the mother of Amasa, the commander-in-chief of Absalom`s army (2 Sam. 17:25). ==Family== In the Book of Chronicles, Amasa`s fa...
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Abigail

(lived c. 11th century BC) In the Old Testament, the wife of Nabal, the rich man who refused hospitality to David when fleeing from Saul. Abigail intercepted David when he returned later and won his heart so that he did not...
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Abigail

Ab'i·gail noun [ The proper name used as an appellative.] A lady's waiting-maid. Pepys. « Her abigail reported that Mrs. Gutheridge had a set of night curls for sleeping in. Leslie. »
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Abigail

• (n.) A lady`s waiting-maid.
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Abigail

in the Old Testament, the wife of Nabal of southern Judah, on whose death she became one of the first wives of David (1 Samuel 25) and the mother of ...
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Abigail

Abigail is a German girl name. The meaning of the name is `father (i.e., `leader`) of the dance, or `of joy.`` Where is it used? The name Abigail is mainly used In English, German and In the bible.How do they say it elsewhere? Abegail ( In Spanish) Abigayle ( In English (Modern) )If it`s too long people might use In English: Abbey In English: Ab...
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Abigail

Abigail was 18th and 19th century slang for a lady's maid.
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Abigail

Abigail was 18th and 19th century slang for a lady's maid.
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Abigail

Abigail (ăb'ugāl) , in the Bible. 1. The wife of Nabal. She persuaded David not to take vengeance on her husband. When Nabal died, she married David. 2. David's stepsister, mother of Amasa.
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Abigail

An abigail is a lady's-maid.
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Abigail

[name] Abigail is a female given name. The name comes from the Hebrew name אֲבִיגַיִל / אֲבִיגָיִל Avigail, meaning `my father`s joy` (alternatively `my father rejoices`, or `my father is joy`). Abigail was the wife of King David in the Hebrew Bible (Book of Samuel), and is described as an intelligent and beautiful woman...
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Abigail

[telenovela] ==Synopsis== Abigail, an exceptionally beautiful schoolgirl, vents her mischievousness on her professors and nuns, causing continual distractions. Her conduct is a reflection of a discontented life. Her mother died when Abigail was very young. Her father, wealthy and flirtatious, has time only for business and women - and none ...
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Abigail

[singer] Abigail (full name Abigail Zsiga) is a Hi-NRG dance music singer born in England. She began her career with the song, `I Feel You`, released in 1992. Since `Could It Be Magic` hit the #1 slot on the British NRG chart, she has been a mainstay on the Hi-NRG Chart as well as the US Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart. ==Career== She is kn...
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Abigail

[actress] Abigail Rogan (born 23 July 1946, in London, England), known mononymously as Abigail, is an English television character actress who emigrated to Australia in 1968 and became one of that country`s significant sex symbols of the mid-1970s. She was educated in France. Her mother (maiden name Joachim) was a Ceylonese (Sri Lankan) of ...
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Abigail

Abigail ({Hebrew Name 2|אֲבִיגַיִל|אֲבִיגָיִל|Avigáyil||ʾĂḇîḡáyil|ʾĂḇîḡāyil|`my father`s joy`}, spelled Abigal in {Bibleref2|2Samuel|17:25|ASV|2 Samuel 17:25} in the American Standard Version but not in the King James Version) was the wife of Nabal; she became a wife of David after Nabal`s death (1 Samuel {...
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abigail

a lady's maid
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