An Aunt
Any female whose sibling has children.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
AUNT (Heb. dôdâ, “loving”). A father’s sister (Ex. 6:20); also an uncle’s wife (Lev. 18:14; 20:20).
Nelson’s New Illustrated Bible Dictionary
AUNT — an uncle’s wife (Lev. 18:14; 20:20) or a father’s sister (Ex. 6:20). Also see Family.
International Standard Bible Encyclopedia
AUNT<ant> דוֹדָה‎ [dodhah], “loving”): A father’s sister (Exodus 6:20); an uncle’s wife (Leviticus 18:14; 20:20).See RELATIONSHIPS FAMILY.
The Zondervan Encyclopedia of the Bible, Volume 1, A–C
aunt. The Hebrew word (dôdâ H1860, fem. of dôd H1856, “beloved,” “uncle”), derived from terms of endearment used by young children, is used once of a father’s sister (Exod. 6:20) and twice of the wife of a father’s brother (Lev. 18:14; 20:20). The last two passages deal with prohibitions against incest.
The International Standard Bible Encyclopaedia, Volumes 1–5
AUNT, änt (דוֹדָה‎, dōdhāh, “loving”): A father’s sister (Ex 6:20); an uncle’s wife (Lev 18:14; 20:20). See Relationships, Family.