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EGLAH (PERSON) [Heb ʿʿeglâ (עֶגְלָה)]. A wife of David and mother of Ithream (2 Sam 3:5 = 1 Chr 3:3). Little is known of Eglah or her son. She appears as the sixth and last wife/mother mentioned in two lists of David’s sons born in Hebron (2 Sam 3:2–5 and 1 Chr 3:1–3). Eglah is distinguished from the
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EG´LAH (egʹla; “heifer”). One of David’s wives during his reign in Hebron and the mother of his son Ithream (2 Sam. 3:5; 1 Chron. 3:3), about 1000 b.c. The clause appended to Eglah’s name, namely, “David’s wife,” is not added to show that Eglah was David’s principal wife, which would necessitate the