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Rachel in English
female first name; (Biblical) 2nd wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph and Benjamin

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Rachel in Greek
ραχήλ

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Rachel in Chinese (s)
瑞吉儿

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Rachel in Chinese (t)
瑞吉兒

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Rachel in Arabic
راشيل, الاسم الأول لإمرآة, (ورد في الكتاب المقدس) الزوجة الثانية للنبي يعقوب وأم النبي يوسف وبينيامين

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Rachel in Spanish
Raquel

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Rachel in Russian
Рахиль, Рейчел

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Rachel in Dutch
Rachel (voornaam)

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Rachel in Portuguese
Raquel, nome próprio feminino; (Bíblico) segunda esposa de Jacó e mãe de José e Benjamim

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Rachel in Turkish
bir bayan ismi; (İncil'den) Hz. Yakub'un ikinci eşi ve Hz. Harun'un ve Bünyamin'in annesi

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Rachel in Italian
Rachele, nome proprio femminile; (bibl.) seconda moglie di Giacobbe e madre di Giuseppe e Beniamino

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Rachel in French
Rachel, prénom féminin (Hébreu); personnage biblique, épouse préférée de Jacob (patriarche),mère de Joseph et de Benjamin

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Rachel in German
Rachel, weiblicher Vorname; (Bibel) zweite Ehefrau von Jakob und Mutter von Joseph und Benjamin

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Rachel in Japanese
ラケル, ラシェル, 女子名; (聖書)ヤコブの2番目の妻でヨセフとベニヤミンの母

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Rachel in Hebrew
רחל, שם פרטי לנקבה; רחל אימנו, אחת מארבע אימהות האומה, בתו הצעירה של לבן, אשת יעקב אבינו

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Rachel in Korean
라헬, 여자이름; (성서) 야콥의 2번째 부인

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Rachel in Swedish
Rachel (förnamn)

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Rachel in English
rachel
n : (old testament) the second wife of jacob and mother of joseph and benjamin [syn: rachel]


rachel
ewe, "the daughter", "the somewhat petulant, peevish, and self-willed though beautiful younger daughter" of laban, and one of jacob's wives (gen. 29:6, 28). he served laban fourteen years for her, so deep was jacob's affection for her. she was the mother of joseph (gen. 30:22-24). afterwards, on jacob's departure from mesopotamia, she took with her her father's teraphim (31:34, 35). as they journeyed on from bethel, rachel died in giving birth to benjamin (35:18, 19), and was buried "in the way to ephrath, which is bethlehem. and jacob set a pillar upon her grave". her sepulchre is still regarded with great veneration by the jews. its traditional site is about half a mile from jerusalem. this name is used poetically by jeremiah (31:15-17) to denote god's people mourning under their calamities. this passage is also quoted by matthew as fulfilled in the lamentation at bethlehem on account of the slaughter of the infants there at the command of herod (matt. 2:17, 18).
rachel
sheep

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 rachel louise carson 

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(ewe, or sheep), the younger of the daughters of Laban, the wife of Jacob (B.C. 1753) and mother of Joseph and Benjamin. The incidents of her life may be found in Genesis29-33, 35. The story of Jacob and Rachel has always had a peculiar interest. The beauty of Rachel, Jacob's deep love and long servitude for her, their marriage, and Rachel's death on giving birth to Benjamin, with Jacob's grief at her loss, (Genesis 48:7) makes a touching tale. Yet from what is related to us concerning her character there does not seem much to claim any high degree of admiration and esteem. She appears to have shared all the duplicity and falsehood of her family. See, for instance, Rachel's stealing her father's images, and the ready dexterity and presence of mind with which she concealed her theft. (Genesis 31:1) ... "Rachel died and was buried on the way to Ephrath, which is Bethlehem. (B.C. 1729.) And Jacob set a pillar upon her grave; that is the pillar of Rachel's grave unto this day." (Genesis 35:19,20) The site of Rachel's tomb, "on the way to Bethlehem," "a little way to come to Ephrath," "in the border of Benjamin," never been questioned. It Is about two miles south of Jerusalem and one mile north of Bethlehem.
  

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Rachel ( ISO 259-3 Raḥel ; meaning "ewe") as described in the Bible, is the favorite wife of Jacob, one of the three Biblical Patriarchs, and mother of Joseph and Benjamin. She was the daughter of Laban and the younger sister of Leah, Jacob's first wife. Jacob was her first cousin, and she was the youngest niece of Rebekah.

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State: WEST VIRGINIA
City: RACHEL

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Noun
1. (Old Testament) the second wife of Jacob and mother of Joseph and Benjamin
(hypernym) wife, married woman
(classification) Old Testament


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sheep
  

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ewe, "the daughter", "the somewhat petulant, peevish, and self-willed though beautiful younger daughter" of Laban, and one of Jacob's wives (Gen. 29:6, 28). He served Laban fourteen years for her, so deep was Jacob's affection for her. She was the mother of Joseph (Gen. 30:22-24). Afterwards, on Jacob's departure from Mesopotamia, she took with her her father's teraphim (31:34, 35). As they journeyed on from Bethel, Rachel died in giving birth to Benjamin (35:18, 19), and was buried "in the way to Ephrath, which is Bethlehem. And Jacob set a pillar upon her grave". Her sepulchre is still regarded with great veneration by the Jews. Its traditional site is about half a mile from Jerusalem. This name is used poetically by Jeremiah (31:15-17) to denote God's people mourning under their calamities. This passage is also quoted by Matthew as fulfilled in the lamentation at Bethlehem on account of the slaughter of the infants there at the command of Herod (Matt. 2:17, 18).

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Rachel in Arabic
راشيل

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رَاحِيلُ

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Rachel in Russian
(n) рахиль; рашель (0) рейчел; речел

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n. Ре(й)чел; библ. Рахиль

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Rachel in Romanian
Rasela , Rafira , Rahira

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rasela , rafira , rahira

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Rachel in Catalan
n pr Raquel

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Rachel in Croatian
Rachel

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Rachel in Persian
راحيل نام مادرحضرت يوسف

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راحيل‌ نام‌ مادرحضرت‌ يوسف‌

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