yahudah יהוּדַה

Strong’s Concordance: See H3063

Hebrew Letters: יהודה (Yod-Hey-Wa-Dalet-Hey).

Part of speech: Proper Noun


A. Proper noun designating Judah, fourth son of Jacob through his wife Leah.

B. Yahudah was the name of one of the 12 tribes. The tribe of Judah went into exile in 586-538 B.C because of corruption (2 Kings 25).

C. The name of a Levite who had intermarried with the daughter’s of the land while exiled in Babylon (Ezra 10:23).

D. A priest who took part in the rebuilding of the Temple in Jerusalem (Nehemiah 12:34).

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