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Yoshibel (Earth)

 

Pronunciation:  YO-shih-behl

Occurrences:  3

First Reference:  Beginnings 3:1-2

 

 

Now it came about that on a certain day the children of men were made to rejoice exceedingly, for Abel took unto himself a wife from among the daughters of men.

And, behold, the woman was exceedingly fair and she dealt kindly with all living things, for she was of the healing arts. Wherefore, the sons of men did call her name Yoshibel, which in the language of Adam means Mother of Joy.

 

 

See:  Abel, Adaam, Enoshahim, Gimel

 

Summary:  Yoshibel was the name of the woman who became the wife of Abel, the second son of Adam and Eve (B:3:1-6). Yoshibel was a native of the earth (Enoshahim), being counted among the “daughters of men”, whereas Abel — being a descendent of Adam and Eve — was included among those referred to as “the Adaam”.

 

In the language of Adam (see Adamic), the name Yoshibel means “Mother of Joy” (B:3:2). Prior to Abel’s tragic death at the hands of his older brother Cain, Abel and Yoshibel had one child together. The child’s name was Gimel (B:3:8).

 

 

Notes/References:


[...] “At about the age of forty, Abel married a beautiful woman named Yoshibel and together they had a son which they named Gimel. It was at the marriage of Abel and Yoshibel that Cain bitterly decided to kill his brother Abel as a way to get back at his father Adam (B:3:1-7).”

Azrael’s Commentary - Abel; para. 3

 

For there lived in the city of peace, a woman whose name was Hazar-Gabatha of the house of Gimel, the son of Abel and Yoshibel.

Beginnings 10:25

 

Yeshua Ben Joseph
Yoshibel (Terralee)