weasel, a prophetess; the wife of Shallum. She was consulted regarding the "book of the law" discovered by the high priest Hilkiah (2 Kings 22:14-20; 2 Chr. 34:22-28). She resided in that part of Jerusalem called the Mishneh (A.V., "the college;" R.V., "the second quarter"), supposed by some to be the suburb between the inner and the outer wall, the second or lower city, Akra. Miriam (Ex. 15:20) and Deborah (Judg. 4:4) are the only others who bear the title of "prophetess," for the word in Isa. 8:3 means only the prophet's wife.
She contrived pleasant surprises, and charmed Aunt huldah with her constant acts of kindness.
When he got her message it would be with huldah Spiller beside him to help him read it.
huldah Rumford leaned from her bedroom window as she finished plaiting her hair.
huldah or no huldah, she could not let him die and make no effort.
huldah bridled angrily, but there was no time for a reply, for the woman answered her own question, and hurried on wildly.
Would huldah persuade him that the message was only a decoy?
When both pie and greenback remained untouched, huldah cried, and Cyrus said, “Gosh darn it!”
He observed often during the week that huldah was depressed.
huldah has stayed because she chose to stay; and that is the worst of it.
It had never occurred to John that he could love or marry huldah.