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Keren-happuch (Hebrew: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ Qeren Hapūḵ, Hebrew pronunciation: [ˈqeren hapˈpux], "Horn of kohl") was the youngest of the three beautiful daughters of Job, named in the Bible as given to him in the later part of his life, after God made Job prosperous again. Keren-happuch's older sisters are named as Jemima and Keziah (Job 42:14). Job's sons, in contrast, are not named. Peter Bloomfield suggests that the beauty of his daughters "underscores Job's complete recovery. Job had been a very sick man but you would never know it by looking at his daughters."

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  • Keren-Happuch (de)
  • Kerenhapukh (in)
  • Kéren-Happuc (fr)
  • Keren-happuch (en)
  • Querém-Hapuque (pt)
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  • Keren-Happuch ist im Buch Ijob im Alten Testament die jüngste Tochter Ijobs. (de)
  • Kéren-Happuc (hébreu : קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ) est la troisième et plus jeune des filles de Job. (fr)
  • Keren-happuch (Hebrew: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ Qeren Hapūḵ, Hebrew pronunciation: [ˈqeren hapˈpux], "Horn of kohl") was the youngest of the three beautiful daughters of Job, named in the Bible as given to him in the later part of his life, after God made Job prosperous again. Keren-happuch's older sisters are named as Jemima and Keziah (Job 42:14). Job's sons, in contrast, are not named. Peter Bloomfield suggests that the beauty of his daughters "underscores Job's complete recovery. Job had been a very sick man but you would never know it by looking at his daughters." (en)
  • Kerenhapukh (bahasa Ibrani: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ‎ Qeren Happūḵ, pengucapan bahasa Ibrani: [ˈqeren hapˈpux], "Tanduk ") adalah putri bungsu dari tiga putri Ayub, yang dikisahkan merawatnya pada paruh akhir hidupnya dalam Alkitab, usai Allah mengembalikan kemakmuran Ayub. Kakak-kakak Kerenhapukh adalah Yemima dan Kezia (Ayub 42:14). Sebaliknya, putra-putra Ayub tak disebutkan. Peter Bloomfield menyatakan bahwa kecantikan para putrinya "melingkupi pemulihan penuh Ayub. Ayub telah menjadi pria yang sangat sakit namun kau takkan pernah tau jika melirik para putrinya." (in)
  • Querém-Hapuque (em hebraico: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ Qeren Happūḵ, "possivelmente: chifre de pintura preta (para os olhos) [quer dizer, recipiente para maquiagem]") era a terceira e mais jovem das três filhas de Jó, cujo nome na Bíblia foi dado a ele na última parte de sua vida, depois que Deus tornou Jó próspero novamente. As irmãs mais velhas de são nomeadas como Jemima e Quézia. Os filhos de Jó, em contraste, não são mencionados. (pt)
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  • Keren-Happuch ist im Buch Ijob im Alten Testament die jüngste Tochter Ijobs. (de)
  • Kéren-Happuc (hébreu : קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ) est la troisième et plus jeune des filles de Job. (fr)
  • Keren-happuch (Hebrew: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ Qeren Hapūḵ, Hebrew pronunciation: [ˈqeren hapˈpux], "Horn of kohl") was the youngest of the three beautiful daughters of Job, named in the Bible as given to him in the later part of his life, after God made Job prosperous again. Keren-happuch's older sisters are named as Jemima and Keziah (Job 42:14). Job's sons, in contrast, are not named. Keren-happuch, along with her sisters, was described as more beautiful than all the other women in the land. Also, unusually and in common with her sisters, Keren-happuch was granted an inheritance by her father, with her brothers as might have been expected (Job 42:15). Apart from these brief references at the end of the Book of Job, she is not mentioned elsewhere in the Bible. Peter Bloomfield suggests that the beauty of his daughters "underscores Job's complete recovery. Job had been a very sick man but you would never know it by looking at his daughters." (en)
  • Kerenhapukh (bahasa Ibrani: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ‎ Qeren Happūḵ, pengucapan bahasa Ibrani: [ˈqeren hapˈpux], "Tanduk ") adalah putri bungsu dari tiga putri Ayub, yang dikisahkan merawatnya pada paruh akhir hidupnya dalam Alkitab, usai Allah mengembalikan kemakmuran Ayub. Kakak-kakak Kerenhapukh adalah Yemima dan Kezia (Ayub 42:14). Sebaliknya, putra-putra Ayub tak disebutkan. Bersama dengan para kakaknya, Kerenhapukh dikatakan cantik melebihi seluruh wanita lain di wilayahnya. Selain itu, secara tak lazim dan seperti halnya para kakaknya, Kerenhapukh diberi warisan oleh ayahnya. Selain penjelasan singkat tersebut di akhir Kitab Ayub, ia tak disebutkan di bagian lain dalam Alkitab. Peter Bloomfield menyatakan bahwa kecantikan para putrinya "melingkupi pemulihan penuh Ayub. Ayub telah menjadi pria yang sangat sakit namun kau takkan pernah tau jika melirik para putrinya." (in)
  • Querém-Hapuque (em hebraico: קֶרֶן הַפּוּךְ Qeren Happūḵ, "possivelmente: chifre de pintura preta (para os olhos) [quer dizer, recipiente para maquiagem]") era a terceira e mais jovem das três filhas de Jó, cujo nome na Bíblia foi dado a ele na última parte de sua vida, depois que Deus tornou Jó próspero novamente. As irmãs mais velhas de são nomeadas como Jemima e Quézia. Os filhos de Jó, em contraste, não são mencionados. O nome pode sugerir belos olhos, ou pode indicar sua grande beleza geral, visto que “não se achavam em todo o país mulheres mais bonitas do que as filhas de Jó”. (Jó 42:15) O antimônio, uma substância metálica branco-azulada, produz uma cor preta brilhante que era usada pelas mulheres orientais dos tempos bíblicos para tingir os cílios e talvez as sobrancelhas, ou era usada para delinear os olhos, fazendo-os parecer grandes e brilhantes. Além disso, de forma incomum e em comum com suas irmãs, Querém-Hapuque recebeu uma herança de seu pai, com seus irmãos, como era de se esperar. Além dessas breves referências no final do Livro de Jó, ela não é mencionada em nenhum outro lugar da Bíblia. Peter Bloomfield sugere que a beleza de suas filhas "ressalta a recuperação completa de Jó. Jó era um homem muito doente, mas você nunca saberia disso olhando para suas filhas." (pt)
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