Zeresh

Zeresh

(zē`rĕsh), in the Bible, Haman's wife.
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Welcoming the guests, Reverend Zeresh Daniel, a Pakistani citizen, highlighted the contributions of the Christian community in Oman and gave a special sermon on the spirit and essence of Christmas.
Also, Haman's 10 sons and his wife Zeresh were all hanged in the gallows built by Haman to hang Mordecai.
So Reyna Simnegar's Persian Food From the Non-Persian Bride: And Other Kosher Sephardic Recipes You Will Love offers up various tidbits of Purim lore, like the suggestion that the name of Haman's wife, Zeresh, might be "derived from the Persian name for zereshk," which are "tiny dried berries" that "give a tart flavor to many Persian dishes." A Venezuelan UCLA alumna who learned Persian cuisine from her Iranian Jewish mother-in-law, Simnegar offers only kosher recipes, despite her Catholic childhood: Having discovered her family's converso roots as a child, she converted to Orthodoxy as an adult and now takes pride in cooking "marrano dishes." "There is nothing better," she has remarked, "than seeing my children with tzitzit and kippot, indulging in marzipan!"
Now it is the mm of Haman's wife, Zeresh. She and Haman's friends suggest that a high gallows be prepared for Mordecai, an advice that Haman heeds.
While Haman gives the king advice, back home his wife, Zeresh, who had given Haman advice about the gallows for Mordecai, now changes her mind.
Welcoming the guests Reverend Zeresh Daniel, a Pakistani citizen, highlighted the contributions of the Christian community in Oman and gave a special sermon on the spirit and essence of Christmas.
There was Zeresh with her daughter, Mandana, who was older even than Hadassah, and still not wed or even betrothed.