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JOCHEBED (PERSON) [Heb yôkebed (יֹוכֶבֶד)]. A Levite woman, wife of Amram, mother of Aaron, Moses, and Miriam (Num 26:59). Jochebed is mentioned by name only in the Levitical genealogies of Exodus 6 and Numbers 26 (cf. Exod 2:1–10). The writer of Exod 6:20 introduces her as Amram’s wife and aunt (dōdātô;
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Jochebed (jok´uh-bed), the mother of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam. She was the daughter of Levi, born to him in Egypt, and she was married to Amram, her nephew (Exod. 6:20; Num. 26:59). According to the story in Exod. 2:1–10, the mother of Moses (here unnamed) hid her baby for three months after he was born,
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
JOCHEBED. The wife of Amram (q.v.) and the mother of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam (Ex 6:20; Num 26:59). The faith, courage, and resourcefulness of Amram and Jochebed not only preserved the life of Moses, but his mother obtained from Pharaoh’s daughter the privilege of nursing and caring for her own son (Ex
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