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Servant of Laban, whom he gave to his daughter Leah upon her marriage to Jacob (Gen 29:24). When Leah stopped bearing children, she gave her to Jacob as a concubine. Zilpah was the mother of Gad and Asher (Gen 30:9–12; 35:26; 37:2; 46:18).
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ZILPAH (PERSON) [Heb zilpâ (זִלְפָּה)]. The maid of Leah and the concubine of Jacob. When Jacob married Leah, Laban gave Zilpah to his daughter Leah (Gen 29:24). After Leah had stopped bearing children to Jacob, Leah gave Zilpah to Jacob as a concubine (Gen 30:9) in the same way that her sister Rachel
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Zilpah (zil´puh), the slave of Leah who was given to Jacob as a surrogate mother and who bore Gad and Asher (Gen. 30:9–13). Leah herself had already borne four sons to Jacob, and eventually she would bear two more. Although it was more common for a childless wife to give her slave to her husband as a
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ZILPAH The handmaid of Jacob’s first wife, Leah. She was given to Leah by Laban at the time of her marriage to Jacob (Gen 29:24). Leah later gave Zilpah to Jacob as a concubine (Gen 30:9), and Zilpah bore Gad and Asher by him (Gen 30:10–13; 35:26). Sixteen descendants of Zilpah are listed among those