Talált 231 Eredmények: daughters

  • Jacob answered: “I set out, unknown to you, because I feared that you might take away your daughters by violence. (Genesis 31, 31)

  • And in this way, for twenty years, I have served you in your house: fourteen for your daughters, and six for your flocks. You have also changed my wages ten times. (Genesis 31, 41)

  • Laban answered him: “My daughters and sons, and your flocks, and all that you discern are mine. What can I do to my sons and grandchildren? (Genesis 31, 43)

  • If you afflict my daughters, and if you bring in other wives over them, no one is a witness of our words except God, who understands beforehand.” (Genesis 31, 50)

  • In truth, Laban rose up in the night, and he kissed his sons and daughters, and he blessed them. And he returned to his place. (Genesis 31, 55)

  • And let us celebrate marriages with one with another. Give us your daughters, and receive our daughters. (Genesis 34, 9)

  • Then we will mutually give and receive your daughters as well as ours; and we will live with you, and we will become one people. (Genesis 34, 16)

  • “These men are peaceful, and they want to live among us. Let them trade in the land and cultivate it, for, being spacious and broad, it is in need of cultivation. We will receive their daughters as wives, and we will give them ours. (Genesis 34, 21)

  • Esau took wives from the daughters of Canaan: Adah the daughter of Elon the Hittite, and Oholibamah the daughter of Anah, the daughter of Zibeon the Hivite, (Genesis 36, 2)

  • Then Esau took his wives, and sons, and daughters, and every soul of his house, and his substance, and cattle, and whatever he was able to obtain in the land of Canaan, and he went into another region, withdrawing from his brother Jacob. (Genesis 36, 6)

  • his sons and his grandsons, his daughters and all his progeny together. (Genesis 46, 7)

  • These are the sons of Leah, whom she bore, along with his daughter Dinah, in Mesopotamia of Syria. All the souls of her sons and daughters are thirty-three. (Genesis 46, 15)


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