- (fl. 7th cent BCE)Israelite prophetess. She is the only prophetess mentioned in the biblical account of the period of the monarchy (II Kings 22:14-20). She prophesied God's judgement on the nation after Josiah's death.
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Huldah — was a prophetess mentioned briefly in II Kings, Chapter 22, and Books of Chronicles 2, Chapter 34. She is approached by Hilkiah together with Ahikam, Acbor, Shaphan and Asaiah to give the Lord s opinion after a book of the Law is rediscovered.… … Wikipedia
HULDAH — (Heb. חֻלְדָּה; weasel ), wife of Shallum son of Tikvah, the wardrobe keeper of the king; one of the five women in the Bible referred to as nevi ah, female prophet ) and the only woman prophet in the book of Kings (II Kings 22:14–20). She was… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
ḤULDAH — (Heb. חֻלְדָּה), kibbutz in the Judean foothills, 7½ mi. (12 km.) S.E. of Reḥovot, affiliated with Iḥud ha Kevuẓot veha Kibbutzim. It was established in 1909 on one of the first plots of land acquired by the Jewish National Fund (1907). Initially … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Huldah — noun a) A prophetess. b) in occasional use … Wiktionary
Huldah — Weasel, a prophetess; the wife of Shallum. She was consulted regarding the book of the law discovered by the high priest Hilkiah (2 Kings 22:14 20; 2 Chr. 34:22 28). She resided in that part of Jerusalem called the Mishneh (A.V., the college;… … Easton's Bible Dictionary
Huldah — A prophetess (2 Kgs. 22:14) who advised King Josiah that the book of the law discovered in the Temple was genuine and that its provisions ought to be obeyed … Dictionary of the Bible
Huldah Gates — The Huldah Gates are the two sets of now blocked gates in the south wall of the Temple Mount, which is also one of Jerusalem s Old City walls. The western set is a double arched gate (the double gate ), and the eastern is a triple arched gate… … Wikipedia
HOLDA vel HULDAH — HOLDA, vel HULDAH nomen viri. 1. Paral. c. 27. v. 15. Item Prophetis, uxor Sellum. 2. Reg. c. 22. v. 14 … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
RAT — (Heb. חֹלֶד, ḥoled, mod. Heb. חֻלְדָּה, ḥuldah, JPS and AV weasel ), rodent. Two species of rat are found in Israel, Rattus rattus and Rattus norvegicus. The second only reached the country in approximately the 18th century. Ḥuldah occurs as the… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
Northwest University (United States) — For other universities with a similar name, see Northwest University. Northwest University Motto Carry the Call: Heart, Head, Hand Established 1934 … Wikipedia