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Kerenhappuch
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The Lexham Bible Dictionary
Keren-Happuch, Daughter of Job
Keren-Happuch, Daughter of Job (קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ‎, qeren happukh). The third daughter of Job who was born after his trials ended (Job 42:14).
The Anchor Yale Bible Dictionary
Keren-Happuch (Person)
KEREN-HAPPUCH (PERSON) [Heb qeren happûk (קֶרֶן הַפּוּך)]. The third of Job’s daughters born to him after the restoration of his fortunes (42:14). The name means literally “horn of antimony” (cf. Driver and Gray, Job ICC). The typical Hebrew word for “horn” here certainly means “container” or “flask” (cf.
Baker Encyclopedia of the Bible
Keren-happuch
Keren-happuch. Job’s third daughter and the sister of Jemimah and Keziah. She was listed as a member of Job’s family at the time of his restoration (Jb 42:14).
The International Standard Bible Encyclopedia, Revised
Keren-happuch
Keren-happuch ker-ən-hapʹək [Heb. qeren happûḵ—‘horn of antimony,’ i.e., a cosmetics case; LXX Gk. Amaltheias kéras]. Job’s third daughter born after his restoration from affliction (Job 42:14). Antimony, producing a brilliant black, was used in the ancient Near East for coloring the edges of the
Tyndale Bible Dictionary
Keren-Happuch
KEREN-HAPPUCH Job’s third daughter and the sister of Jemimah and Keziah. She was listed as a member of Job’s family at the time of his restoration (Jb 42:14).
The HarperCollins Bible Dictionary (Revised and Updated)
Keren-Happuch
Keren-happuch (kair´uhn-hap´uhk; Heb., “horn of antimony” [black eye shadow]), the third of Job’s daughters, born after his trials had ended (Job 42:14). Although three earlier daughters, lost in a catastrophe, are unnamed, the three new daughters born to Job at the end of the book are named (Jemimah,
The Wycliffe Bible Encyclopedia
Keren-Happuch
KEREN-HAPPUCH. The third daughter born to Job during the years of prosperity after his period of trial (Job 42:14). Her Heb. name means “horn of antimony,” i.e., of black eye paint or mascara cf. (2 Kgs 9:30; Jer 4:30).
The New Bible Dictionary, Third Edition
Keren-Happuch
KEREN-HAPPUCH (Heb. qeren happûḵ ‘pain-thorn’, i.e. ‘beautifier’; lxx Amaltheias keras). The name given to the third and youngest daughter of Job after his prosperity had been restored (Jb. 42:14). for discussion of the name, *Cosmetics And Perfumery, III.a.J. D. Douglas
Eerdmans Dictionary of the Bible
Keren-Happuch
Keren-Happuch (Heb. qeren happûḵ)The youngest of three daughters born to Job after his trials had ended (Job 42:14).
Eerdmans Bible Dictionary
Keren-Happuch
Keren-Happuch [kĕrˊən hăpˊək] (Heb. qeren happûḵ “horn for antimony [eye paint],” thus a powder box). The youngest of three daughters who were born to Job after his trials had ended (Job 42:14).
Smith’s Bible Dictionary
Keren-happuch
Ke´ren-hap´puch (the horn of beauty), the youngest of the daughters of Job, born to him during the period of his reviving prosperity. Job 42:14.
The New Unger’s Bible Dictionary
Keren-Happuch
KER´EN-HAP´PUCH (kerʹen-hapʹuk; “paint-horn,” i.e., “cosmetic box”). The name given to the youngest daughter of Job after his restoration to prosperity (Job 42:14).
See also
Relatives
Job Father
Keziah Sister
Jemimah Sister