Naamah

Naamah is a Hebrew girl name. The meaning of the name is `Sweet, the beautiful` Where is it used? The name Naamah is mainly used In the bible. Also a city In the pla In of Judah, supposed by some to be identified with Na`aneh, some 5 miles southeast of Makkedah. The name Naamah doesn`t appear In the US top 1000 most common names over de last 128...
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Naamah

[wife of Solomon] Naamah (`agreeable`) was an ancient queen, wife of King Solomon and mother of his heir Rehoboam, according to both {bibleverse|1|Kings|14:21-31|NIV}, and {bibleverse|2|Chronicles|12:13|NIV} in the Hebrew Bible. She was an Ammonite, and the only one of Solomon`s wives to be mentioned, within the Hebrew Bible, as having born...
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Naamah

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Naamah

[Genesis] Naamah is an individual mentioned in the Hebrew Bible, in {Bibleref|Genesis|4:22|HE}. A descendant of Cain, she was the only mentioned daughter of Lamech and Zillah and their youngest child; her brother was Tubal-cain, while Jabal and Jubal were her half-brothers, sons of Lamech`s other wife Adah. == Theories == Gordon Wenham note...
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Naamah

Naamah (nā'umu) , in the Bible. 1. Daughter of Lamech. 2. Mother of King Rehoboam.
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Naamah

[demon] Naamah or Na`amah (נעמה; `pleasant`) is a demon described in the Zohar, a foundational work of Jewish mysticism. == In the Zohar == Naamah appears in the Zohar as one of the mates of the archangel Samael. She, along with her cohort Lilith, causes epilepsy in children. After Cain kills Abel, Adam separates from Eve for 130 years....
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Naamah

Naamah or Na`amah can refer to: == Religion == == Music == == Literature == == Gaming == ...
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