3812. Leah
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Leah: "weary," a wife of Jacob
Original Word: לֵאָה
Part of Speech: Proper Name Feminine
Transliteration: Leah
Phonetic Spelling: (lay-aw')
Short Definition: Leah

NAS Exhaustive Concordance
Word Origin
from laah
"weary," a wife of Jacob
NASB Translation
Leah (28), Leah's (6).

לֵאָה34 proper name, feminine Leah, elder daughter of Laban, and wife of Jacob (perhaps = wild-cow, Arabic , () [compare רָחֵל ewe], DlProl. 80 RSK 219 and (doubtfully) NöZMG xl. 1886, 167; also GrayHeb. Names, 96; others as HptGGN 1883, 100 compare Assyrian li'at, in sense mistress; on possibly relation of לֵאָה to לִוֵי see לִוֵי); — mother of Reuben, Simeon, Levi, Judah, Issachar, Zebulun and Dinah; Genesis 29:16,17,23,24,25,30,31,32 (compare Genesis 29:33; Genesis 29:34; Genesis 29:35) Genesis 30:9 15t. Genesis 31:32; Genesis 33:1,2,7; Genesis 34:1; Genesis 35:23,26; Genesis 46:15,18; Genesis 49:31; Ruth 4:11; ᵐ5 Λ(ε)ια.


From la'ah; weary; Leah, a wife of Jacob -- Leah.

see HEBREW la'ah

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