Definitions for rebekahrɪˈbɛk ə

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Princeton's WordNet

  1. Rebecca, Rebekah(noun)

    (Old Testament) wife of Isaac and mother of Jacob and Esau

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  1. Rebekah(ProperNoun)

    The sister of Laban and Isaac's wife, mother to Jacob and Esau.

  2. Rebekah(ProperNoun)

    much more often spelled Rebecca.

  3. Origin: From רבקה

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  1. Molly Stapelman:

    What I really found most with these talents, with talents like Rebekah, is the capability to be a leader, to form even a temporary community, i’m always very touched to see her photographs with children, with people with amputations, with any kind of disability. She has a capability to uplift, to refuel them with a confidence and hope and optimism.


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