Jehudi'jah (Heb. Yehudiyah', יהוּדַיָּה, [with the art., the], Jewess, as in the Engl. margin; Sept. Ι᾿δία v. Αδία,Vulg. Judaja), a female named as the second wife, apparently of Mered, and mother of several founders of cities in Judah (1Ch 4:18); probably the same with HODIAH in the ensuing verse, mentioned as the sister of Naham, etc. The latter name is possibly by a corruption of ha-Yehudiyah. SEE MERED. B.C. cir. 1612.
⇒Bible concordance for JEHUDIJAH.