Leah

Leah ({hebrew Name|לֵאָה|Le`a|Lēʼā} ISO 259-3 Leˀa; ܠܝܐ La`ya; from
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Leah

[given name] Leah is a female given name which has likely derived from the Hebrew word לְאָה (le`ah) meaning `weary`. Alternatively, it might derive from a Chaldean name meaning `mistress` or `ruler` in Akkadian. Variants include: Nicknames ==Royalty== ==Public figures== ==Arts and sports== ==Fictional characters == ...
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Leah

[sculpture] The Leah is a sculpture by Michelangelo of the Old Testament figure Leah. Like the Rachel, it was part of the final, 1542-45 design for the tomb of Pope Julius II in San Pietro in Vincoli, on which it still remains. ==Bibliography== ...
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Leah

in the Old Testament (primarily in Genesis), first wife of Jacob (later Israel) and the traditional ancestor of five of the 12 tribes of Israel. Leah ... [1 related articles]
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Leah

Leah (lē'u) , in the Bible, Laban's elder, less beautiful daughter and Jacob's first wife.
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Leah

Leah is an English name for girls. The meaning is `delicate` The name Leah is most commonly given to Norwegian girls. Leah is at number 17 in the top 50 of Norwegian girls (average of 10 years data) What do they use in other countries? Leigh (English) The name sounds like: La-, Leya
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