Keziah (Greek: Κασία - Kasia, Hebrew: קְצִיעָה) is a person in the Hebrew Bible. She was the second of the three daughters born to Job after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Her elder sister was Jemima and her younger sister Keren-Happuch. A number of etymologies have been suggested for her name, among them the Hebrew for Cassia, from the name for the spice tree. The name has been taken to symbolize female equality, since all of Job's three daughters received an inheritance from their father, an unusual circumstance in a time period when women and men were not treated equally.

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  • Ketsia est la deuxième fille de Job, dans la Bible, dans le Tanakh et l'Ancien Testament. * Portail de la Bible Portail de la Bible (fr)
  • Quézia, Quétsia ou ainda Cássia (em hebraico: קציעה, Ketsiyah) é uma personagem do Antigo Testamento da Bíblia. Foi uma das três filhas que Jó teve depois que Deus virou seu cativeiro. Este nome em português significa canela ou madeira cheirosa, que é uma especiaria bastante utilizada na culinária como condimento e aromatizante. A Bíblia ainda relata que Quézia, juntamente com suas irmãs, era uma das mulheres mais bonitas da época e que, contrariamente ao costume antigo, recebeu parte da herança de seu pai, Jó, a qual era destinada somente aos filhos homens. Na mitologia Grega, Quézia era filha de uma camponesa juntamente com o Deus dos mares, Poseidon. Quézia nao era muito conhecida, pois Poseidon queria protege-la de Cronos. (pt)
  • Keziah (Greek: Κασία - Kasia, Hebrew: קְצִיעָה) is a person in the Hebrew Bible. She was the second of the three daughters born to Job after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Her elder sister was Jemima and her younger sister Keren-Happuch. A number of etymologies have been suggested for her name, among them the Hebrew for Cassia, from the name for the spice tree. The name has been taken to symbolize female equality, since all of Job's three daughters received an inheritance from their father, an unusual circumstance in a time period when women and men were not treated equally. (en)
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  • Ketsia est la deuxième fille de Job, dans la Bible, dans le Tanakh et l'Ancien Testament. * Portail de la Bible Portail de la Bible (fr)
  • Keziah (Greek: Κασία - Kasia, Hebrew: קְצִיעָה) is a person in the Hebrew Bible. She was the second of the three daughters born to Job after his sufferings (Job 42:14). Her elder sister was Jemima and her younger sister Keren-Happuch. A number of etymologies have been suggested for her name, among them the Hebrew for Cassia, from the name for the spice tree. The name has been taken to symbolize female equality, since all of Job's three daughters received an inheritance from their father, an unusual circumstance in a time period when women and men were not treated equally. (en)
  • Quézia, Quétsia ou ainda Cássia (em hebraico: קציעה, Ketsiyah) é uma personagem do Antigo Testamento da Bíblia. Foi uma das três filhas que Jó teve depois que Deus virou seu cativeiro. Este nome em português significa canela ou madeira cheirosa, que é uma especiaria bastante utilizada na culinária como condimento e aromatizante. A Bíblia ainda relata que Quézia, juntamente com suas irmãs, era uma das mulheres mais bonitas da época e que, contrariamente ao costume antigo, recebeu parte da herança de seu pai, Jó, a qual era destinada somente aos filhos homens. (pt)
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  • Kezia (fr)
  • Keziah (en)
  • Quézia (pt)
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