Elish'eba (Hebrew Elishe'ba, אלִֵישֶׁכִ , God is her oath, or she swears by God, i.e., worshipper of God, comp. Isa 19:8; Sept. Ε᾿λισάβετ, Vulg. Elisabeth; as in Lu 1:7), the daughter of Amminadab, phylarch of the tribe of Judah, and sister of Nahshon, the captain of the Hebrew host (Nu 2:3); she became the wife of Aaron (q.v.), and hence the mother of the priestly family (Ex 6:23). B.C. 1658.

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