a heifer, one of David's wives, and mother of Ithream (2 Sam. 3:5; 1 Chr. 3:3). According to a Jewish tradition she was Michal.
Then, sir, you must go to bed, and eglah will send an explanation of your unavoidable absence from the dinner.
As he seated himself in the carriage he handed a package to eglah.
With her cheek pressed to the window pane in the library, eglah watched the fading after-glow, and her hands clutched each other.
While eglah waited, the foreigner leaned across the counter.
eglah opened the table drawer, drew out an envelope, and laid it before him.
After a few moments, eglah opened the door and came on tiptoe to her bed.
In the boy who hastened away eglah recognized the soloist of St. Hyacinth's, and noticed a bandage around his throat.
eglah had folded the paper, replaced it in the envelope, and turned to the lawyer.
eglah passed through the gate, went into the mill, and found a seat on one of the circular grinding stones.
eglah, when did your father have the cruelty to tell you about the papers in my possession?