daughter of many, the name of one of the gates of the city of Heshbon, near which were pools (Cant.7:4).

Historical Examples

Thine eyes are as deep as the two fishponds in Heshbon, by the gate of bath-rabbim.
Sulamith: A Romance of Antiquity Alexandre Kuprin


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