Abigail – mother of Amasa, Sister of David. I Chronicles[1]
Abigail – wife of the wicked Nabal, who became a wife of David after Nabal’s death. I Samuel[2]
Abihail #1 – mother of Zuriel. (Zuriel was the chief of the house of Merari). Numbers[3]
Abihail #2 – wife of Abishur and mother of Ahban and Molid. I Chronicles[4]
Abishag – concubine of aged King David. I Kings[5]
Abital – one of King David’s wives II Samuel; I Chronicles[6][7]
Achsah (or Acsah) – daughter of Caleb. When Caleb promised her to Othniel in marriage, she requested that he increased her dowry to include not only land, but springs of water as well. Joshua, Judges, I Chronicles[8][9][10]
Adah – Adah # 1 – wife of Lamech, Genesis[11]
Adah – Adah #2 – daughter of Elon, the Hittite and one of the wives of Esau. Possibly original name of Bashemath. Genesis[12]
Ahinoam #1 – wife of King Saul, mother of Michal (wife of King David) I Samuel[13]
Ahinoam #2 – one of King David’s wives, mother of Amnon. I Samuel; II Samuel; I Chronicles[14][15][16]
Ahlai #1 – daughter of Sheshan. I Chronicles[17]
Ahlai #2 – mother of Zabad (in David’s guard)I Chronicles[18]
Aholibamah (or Oholibamah) – Daughter of Anah and one of Esau’s wives. Also called Judith. Genesis[19]
Anna the Prophetess – aged Jewish prophetess who prophesied about Jesus at the Temple of Jerusalem. Luke[20]
Antiochus – a royal concubine who was given the cities of Tarsus and Mallus as gifts. 2 Maccabees[21]
Asenath – Egyptian wife of Joseph Genesis[22]
Atarah – second wife of Jerahmeel. I Chronicles[23]
Athaliah – Queen of Judah during the reign of King Jehoram, and later became sole ruler of Judah for five years. II Kings, II Chronicles[24][25]
Azubah #1 – Caleb’s wife. I Chronicles[26]
Azubah #2 – wife of King Asa, 3rd king of Judah, and mother of Jehoshaphat. I Kings, II Chronicles[27][28]
Baara – Moabitess, wife of Shaharaim. I Chronicles[29]
Basemeth #1 – daughter of Elon, the Hittite, One of the wives of Esau. Genesis[30]
Basemeth #2 – daughter of Ishmael and 3rd wife of Esau. Genesis[31]
Basemeth #3 – daughter of Solomon, wife of Ahimaaz. I Kings[32]
Bathsheba – wife of Uriah the Hittite and later of David, king of the United Kingdom of Israel and Judah. She was the mother of Solomon, who succeeded David as king. II Samuel, I Kings, I Chronicles[33][34][35]
Bilhah – Rachel’s handmaid and a concubine of Jacob who bears him two sons, Dan and Naphtali. Genesis[36]
Bithiah – daughter of Pharaoh, Wife of Mered, a descendant of Judah. I Chronicles[37]
Candace – Ethiopian queen; a eunuch under her authority and in charge of her treasury was witnessed to by Philip the Evangelist, led to God and baptized. Acts[38]
Claudia – greeted by Paul the Apostle. 2 Timothy[39]
Cozbi – A Midianite princess who was killed by Phinehas (grandson of Aaron) because her evil influence was seen as the source of a plague among the Israelites. Numbers[40]
Damaris. Acts[41]
Deborah #1 – Nursemaid to Rebekah and later to Jacob and Esau. Genesis[42]
Deborah #2 – Prophetess and the fourth, and the only female, Judge of pre–monarchic Israel in the Old Testament. Judges[43]
Delilah – The “woman in the valley of Sorek” whom Samson loved. Judges[44]
Dinah – Daughter of Jacob, one of the patriarchs of the Israelites and Leah, his first wife. Genesis[45]
Dorcas, also known as Tabitha. Acts[46]
Eglah – One of King David’s wives. II Samuel, I Chronicles[7][47]
Elisabeth – Mother of John the Baptist and the wife of Zacharias. Luke[48]
Elisheba – Wife of Aaron. Exodus[49]
Ephah – one of the concubines of Caleb (prince of Judah) I Chronicles[50]
Ephrath – Second wife of Caleb (the spy) I Chronicles[51]
Esther (also known as Hadassah) – Queen of the Persian Empire in the Hebrew Bible, the queen of Ahasuerus. Esther[52]
Eunice – Timothy[53]
Euodia – Christian of the church in Philippi [54]
Eve – First woman, wife of Adam. Genesis[55]
Gomer – Wife of Hosea and a prostitute. Hosea[56]
Hagar – Egyptian handmaiden of Sarah, wife of Abraham. Hagar became the mother of one of Abraham’s sons, Ishmael. Genesis[57]
Haggith – Wife of King David, mother of Adoniyah II Samuel, I Kings, I Chronicles[58][59][60]
Hammolekheth – possibly rules over portion of Gilead. I Chronicles[61]
Hamutal – Wife of Josiah and mother of “ungodly” sons Jehoahaz and Mattaniah. II Kings, Jeremiah[62][63]
Hannah – A prophetess and citizen of Jerusalem. Mother of Samuel. I Samuel[64]
Hazelelponi (or Hazzelelponi) – daughter of Etam, tribe of Judah I Chronicles[65]
Helah – I Chronicles[66]
Hephziba – Wife of King Hezekiah and mother of Manasseh who undid his father’s good works. II Kings[67]
Hodesh – one of the wives of Shaharaim I Chronicles[68]
Hodiah’s wife – I Chronicles[69]
Hogla (or Hoglah) – One of the five daughters of Zelophehad who fought and won the right to inherit their deceased father’s property. Numbers, Joshua[70][71]
Huldah – Prophet II Kings, II Chronicles[72][73]
Hushim – One of the wives of Shaharaim I Chronicles[74]
Iscah – Daughter of Abraham’s younger brother Haran Genesis[75]
Jael – Heroine who killed Sisera to deliver Israel from the troops of king Jabin. She was the wife of Heber the Kenite. Judges[76]
Jecholiah (or Jecoliah) – Wife of Amaziah (King of Judah) and mother of Uzziah. II Kings, II Chronicles[77][78]
Jedidah – Wife of wicked king Manessah and mother of Josiah. II Kings[79]
Jehoaddan (or Jehoaddin) – II Kings, II Chronicles[80][81]
Jehosheba (or Jehoshebeath/Josaba) – Daughter of Jehoram and wife of Jehoiada. She saved her nephew Jehoash from massacre. II Kings[82]
Jemima – One of Job’s daughters. Job[83]
Jerioth – Wife of Caleb (son of Hezron) I Chronicles[84]
Jerusha – Daughter of Zadok, a priest, wife of King Uzziah and mother of Jotham. II Kings, I Chronicles, II Chronicles[85][86]
Jezebel #1 – Queen of ancient Israel. I Kings, II Kings[87][88]
Jezebel #2 – false prophetess. Revelation[89]
Joanna – One of the women who went to prepare Jesus’ body for burial. Luke[90]
Jochebed – Mother of Moses, Aaron, and Miriam. Exodus, Numbers[91][92]
Judith – Hittite wife of Esau. Genesis[93]
Julia – Minor character in the new testament Romans [94]
Junia or Junias – Regarded highly by St. Paul in Romans. May or may not have been a woman.[95]
Keren–Happuch – One of Job’s daughters. Job[96]
Keturah – Wife of Abraham after Sarah’s death. Genesis, I Chronicles[97][98]
Keziah – Second daughter of Job. Job[83]
Leah – First wife of Jacob who was given to him in place of Rachel whom he loved. Genesis, Ruth[99][100]
Lois, grandmother of Saint Timothy. II Timothy[101]
Lo–Ruhamah – Daughter of Hosea and Gomer. Hosea[102]
Lydia of Thyatira – one of the first to convert to Christianity. Acts[103]
Maacah – 2nd wife of King Rehoboam. Mother of Abijah, Attai, Ziza and Shelomith. Rehoboam loved Maacah more than any other of his wives or concubines. “II Chronicles”[104]
Maacah #2 – Sister of Makir, father of Gilead. Mentioned one verse later is Makir’s wife, also named Maacah. Difficult to determine whether they are the same person or not. “I Chronicles”[105]
Mahalath – daughter of Ishmael and 3rd wife of Esau. Genesis[106]
Mahalath – granddaughter of David and the first wife of King Rehoboam. II Chronicles[107]
Mahlah – one of the daughters of Zelophehad Numbers, Joshua[71][108]
Mahlah – I Chronicles[61]
Martha – Luke, John[109][110]
Mary – Mother of Jesus. Matthew, Mark, Luke, John, Acts, Galatians[111][112][113][114][115][116]
Mary the mother of James and Joses (or Joseph). Matthew[117]
Mary the sister of Martha. Luke, John[118]
Mary the wife of Cleophas. John[119]
Mary who was greeted by Paul. Romans[120]
Mary Magdalene – Disciple of Jesus Matthew, Mark, Luke, John[121][122][123][124]
Matred – Genesis, I Chronicles[125][126]
Medium of En Dor – 1 Samuel 28[127]
Mehetabel – daughter of Matred. Genesis; I Chronicles[125][126]
Merab – King Saul’s oldest daughter. I Samuel[128]
Me-Zahab – Mother of Matred, grandmother of Mehetabel.”Genesis, I Chronicles” [129][130]
Michal – daughter of Saul and wife of David. I Samuel, II Samuel, I Chronicles[131][132][133]
Milcah – wife of Nahor and daughter of Haran. Genesis[75][134]
Milcah – one of the daughters of Zelophehad. Numbers, Joshua[71][108]
Miriam – Moses’ sister. Exodus, Numbers, Deuteronomy, I Chronicles[135][136][137][138][139]
Miriam – woman of Judah. I Chronicles[140]
Naamah – Sister of Tubal-cain. Genesis[141]
Naamah – Mother of King Rehoboam. “II Chronicles”[142]
Naarah – wife of Asher, tribe of Judah. I Chronicles[143]
Naomi – mother–in–law to Ruth. Ruth[144]
Noah – daughter of Zelophehad. Numbers[145]
Noadiah – prophetess. Nehemiah[146]
Orpah – Sister-in-law to Ruth. Ruth[147]
Peninnah – Wife of Elkanah. I Samuel[148]
Persis – a “woman who has worked hard in the Lord” whom Paul the Apostle greeted. Romans.[149]
Phoebe – A deaconess of the church of Cenchrea. Romans[150]
Priscilla – wife of Aquila, and missionary partner to Paul the Apostle. Acts, Romans, I Corinthians, II Timothy[151][152][153][154]
Puah – one of two midwives who saved the Hebrew boys. Exodus[155]
Queen Vashti – wife of King Ahasuerus. Esther[156]
Rachel – second wife of Jacob, and sister of Leah. Genesis, I Samuel, Jeremiah, Matthew[157][158][159][160]
Rahab – of Jericho. Joshua, Matthew, Hebrews, James[161][162][163][164]
Rebekah – wife of Isaac and the mother of Jacob and Esau. Genesis, Romans[165][166]
Reumah – concubine of Abraham’s brother Nahor. Genesis[167]
Rhoda – Acts[168]
Rizpah – daughter of Aiah and one of the concubines of King Saul. II Samuel[169]
Ruth – Boaz and Ruth get married and have a son named Obed. Obed is the descendant of Perez the son of Judah, and the grandfather of (king) David. Ruth, Matthew[170][171]
Salome #1 – daughter of Herodias. Name in Hebrew reads שלומית (Shlomit) and is derived from Shalom שלום, meaning “peace”. Matthew, Mark[172][173]
Salome #2 – a follower of Jesus present at his crucifixion as well as the empty tomb. Mark[174]
Sapphira – Acts[175]
Sarah #1 – wife of Abraham and the mother of Isaac. Her name was originally “Sarai”. According to Genesis 17:15 God changed her name to Sarah as part of a covenant with Yahweh after Hagar bore Abraham a son Ishmael. Genesis, Isaiah, Romans, Galatians, Hebrews, I Peter[176][177][178][179][180][181]
Sarah #2 – wife of Tobias. Tobit[182]
Sheerah – founded three towns. Descendant of Ephraim. I Chronicles[183]
Shelomit – mother of blasphemer. Leviticus[184]
Shelomit – daughter of Zerubbabel, sister of Meshullam and Hananiah. I Chronicles[185]
Shiphrah – one of two midwives who saved the Hebrew boys. Exodus[155]
Susanna #1 – a woman who was nearly sentenced to death due to false adultery accusations before being saved by Daniel. Daniel
Susanna #2 – A follower of Jesus. Luke[186]
Syntyche – Christian of the church in Philippi mentioned with Euodia [187]
Tamar #1 – daughter-in-law of Judah, as well as the mother of two of his children, the twins Zerah and Perez. Genesis[188]
Tamar #2 – daughter of King David, and sister of Absalom. Her mother was Maacah, daughter of Talmai, king of Geshur. II Samuel[189]
Tamar #3 – daughter of David’s son Absalom. II Samuel 14:27[190]
Taphath – daughter of Solomon[191]
Timnah (or Timna) – concubine of Eliphaz and mother of Amalek. Genesis[192]
Tirzah – one of the daughters of Zelophehad. Numbers, Joshua[71][108]
Tabitha (Acts 9:36) – from Joppa, Tabitha was always doing good and helping the poor. AKA ‘Dorcas’
Zeresh – wife of Haman. Esther[193]
Zeruiah – daughter or stepdaughter of Jesse of the Tribe of Judah, was an older sister of King David. Zeruiah had three sons, Abishai, Joab, and Asahel, all of whom were soldiers in David’s army. II Samuel, I Chronicles[194][195]
Zillah – wife of Lamech and the mother of Tubal-cain and Naamah. Genesis[196]
Zilpah – Leah’s handmaid who becomes a wife of Jacob and bears him two sons Gad and Asher. Genesis[197]
Zipporah – wife of Moses, daughter of Jethro. Exodus[198]

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