Keren-Happuch


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Keren-Happuch

(kĕr`ən-hăp`ək), in the Bible, Job's third daughter after his affliction.
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Keren-Happuch, you've learned to conquer your fear of the big slide in the playground.
This original translator seems not to have been writing for a narrow synagogue circle, but for the general intelligentsia of Alexandria--witness the fact that he turns Keren-Happuch (literally `Horn of Eye-shadow'), Job's beautiful daughter, into Horn of Amalthea, the goat that nursed Zeus in his infancy in Crete