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Bath·she·ba

 (băth-shē′bə, băth′shə-)
In the Bible, the wife of Uriah and later of David. Her second son by David was Solomon.

Bathsheba

(bæθˈʃiːbə; ˈbæθʃɪbə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the wife of Uriah, who committed adultery with David and later married him and became the mother of his son Solomon (II Samuel 11–12)

Bath•she•ba

(bæθˈʃi bə, ˈbæθ ʃə-)

n.
the wife of Uriah the Hittite and afterward of David: mother of Solomon. II Sam. 11, 12.
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Noun1.Bathsheba - (Old Testament) the wife of Uriah and later the wife of king David; Solomon was her son by David (circa 10th century BC)
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Heller, "The Bath-Sheba / Moses de Medina Salonika Edition of Berakhot: An Unknown Attempt to Circumvent the Inquisition's Ban on the Printing of the Talmud in Sixteenth Century Italy," Jewish Quarterly Review 87 (1996): 47-60; and Marvin J.
I refer to his complicity in the death of Uriah and his adulterous relationship with Bath-sheba.