Rahab

Rahab, (b; {Hebrew Name|hebrew=רָחָב |stan=Raẖav |tiber=Rāḥāḇ | means=`broad,` `large`}; Ῥαάβ) was, according to the Book of Joshua, a prostitute who lived in Jericho in the Promised Land and assisted the Israelites in capturing the city. She became a figure of fascination to the writers of the New Testament, where she is rec...
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Rahab

(from the article `biblical literature`) ...of Jesse, the father of David (the architect of the Israelite empire), which may be the reason why this story was included in Joshua. Also in the ...
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Rahab

[Egypt] Rahab m.n. ({Hebrew Name|hebrew=רַהַב|stan=Rahav|tiber=Rahaḇ|means=`blusterer`}) is used in the Hebrew Bible to indicate rage, fierceness, insolence, pride. Rahab is the emblematic name of Egypt and is also spoken of with the sea. In mediaeval Jewish folklore, Rahab is a mythical sea monster. ==Biblical usage== ===Egypt=== Ra...
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Rahab

Rahab (rā'hăb) , in the Bible. 1. Prostitute of Jericho whose protection of Joshua's two spies saved her and her family from destruction. She may be the same woman mentioned in the Gospel genealogy as Rachab. 2. Dragonlike monster that figures in the mythic primordial battle between ...
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