Bithiah


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Bithiah

(bĭthī`ə), in the Bible, a Pharaoh's daughter, wife of a Judahite.
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Bithiah, Moses' Egyptian foster-mother has come to him seeking refuge, and sits beside Mered at the Seder table:
In the Islamic tradition, Bithiah is known by the name Asiyah, and is revered for her faith in the one God (Qur'an 66.
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Other mixed marriages reported without censure from the tribe of Judah include Judah himself with Bath-shua, a Canaanite (1 Chr 2:3); Jether the Ishmaelite with Abigail the sister of David (1 Chr 2:17); David with Maacah the daughter of Talmai king of Geshur (1 Chr 3:2); a Judahite Mered with Bithiah the daughter of Pharaoh (1 Chr 4:18); (8) and some of the descendants of Judah's son Shelah with Moabites (1 Chr 4:22).