Hephzibah


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Heph•zi•bah

(ˈhɛf zə bə, -sə-)

n.
1. the wife of Hezekiah and the mother of Manasseh. II Kings 21:1.
2. a name applied to Jerusalem, possibly as denoting its prophesied restoration to the Jews after the Babylonian captivity. Isa. 62:4.
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My mother's name was Hephzibah," said Silas, "and my little sister was named after her.
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Hephzibah is deeply worried about the steady escalation of anti-Semitism: