Mil'cah (Heb. Milkah', מַלכָּה, advice; Sept. Μελχά), the name of two women.
1. The daughter of Haran, and sister of Lot and Iscah (or Sarah); she married Nahor (Ge 12:20), by whom she had eight sons (Ge 20:18,18), one of whom was Bethuel, the father of Rebekah (Ge 24:15,24,47). She was thus Abraham's sister-in-law, and the grandmother of Isaac's wife. B.C. cir. 2047.
2. The fourth named of the five daughters of Zelophehad, of the tribe of Manasseh (Nu 26:33), who became heiresses for the want of brothers (Nu 27:1), and, having married members of the same tribe (Nu 36:11), were assigned portions in Gilead (Jos 17:3). B.C. 1619-1612.