Aholah and Aholibah

Aholah (əhō`lə) and Aholibah

(əhōl`ĭbə), in the Bible, the sisters in an allegory on Israel's idolatry.
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Aholah and Aholibah

symbolize Samaria’s and Jerusalem’s abandonment to idols. [O.T.: Ezekiel 23:4]

Aholah and Aholibah

lusty whores; bedded from Egypt to Babylon. [O.T.: Ezekiel 23:1–21]
See: Lust
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