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The wife of Haman, who advised him to build the pike to impale Mordecai (Esth 5:10, 14). Later, however, she predicted Haman’s fall (6:13).
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ZERESH (PERSON) [Heb zereš (זֶרֶשׁ)]. The wife of Haman in the story of Esther (Esth 5:10, 14; 6:13). She is portrayed as one of the chief advisers to her husband. In Esth 5:14 she, along with certain friends, advises Haman to obtain royal consent for the execution of his archenemy, Mordecai. As Paton
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Zeresh (zihr´ish), the wife of Haman (Esther 5:10, 14; 6:13). Although her husband is clearly the villain of the book of Esther, Zeresh is the one who counsels Haman to build a gallows for Mordecai. Later, when it has been revealed that Haman’s adversary Mordecai is “of the Jewish people,” Zeresh correctly
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