Leah

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Le·ah

 (lē′ə)
In the Bible, the first wife of Jacob.
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Leah

(ˈlɪə)
n
(Bible) Old Testament the first wife of Jacob and elder sister of Rachel, his second wife (Genesis 29)
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Le•ah

(ˈli ə)

n.
the first wife of Jacob. Gen. 29:23–26.
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Laban tricks Jacob into marrying Le'ah, his elder daughter, because, he says, "It must not be done so in our country, to give the younger before the firstborn" (Gen.