God is her oath, the daughter of Amminadab and the wife of Aaron (Ex. 6:23).
elisheba was a perfect shrew, and often reminded me of certain women that I have seen who had soured on the world.
elisheba always insisted on being served first, and being a female her wish was complied with.
elisheba had no taste for such pastime, but her depravity could never resist the impulse to interrupt him in his jolly exercise.
elisheba watched him until she quite grasped the idea, when she climbed up in the same manner and slaked her thirst.
elisheba, Naashon's wife, any housekeeper and faithful slave could attend to the former wants.
This act was repeated six or eight times, when elisheba left the hatch and took a seat on a spar that lay on deck.
It was the one thing that elisheba was afraid of, and the only one against which she ever gave me warning.
He would drink a few swallows of the water and then utter the sound, whereupon elisheba would climb up again and taste it.
Aaron ceased eating and stared at the visitor with a look of surprise, but elisheba barely noticed him.
From time to time elisheba would change her seat, when the same scene would ensue.