torches. Deborah is called "the wife of Lapidoth" (Judg. 4:4). Some have rendered the expression "a woman of a fiery spirit," under the supposition that Lapidoth is not a proper name, a woman of a torch-like spirit.
The prophetess of Israel was still the wife of lapidoth, and her only authority was that of piety, wisdom and love.
And there was at that time Debbora, a prophetess, the wife of lapidoth, who judged the people.
And Deborah, a prophetess, the wife of lapidoth, she judged Israel at that time.
I had more talent for the sciences, made more earnest endeavours after thoroughness and accuracy of knowledge than lapidoth.
To himself he thought, "That is very witty: I must remember to tell lapidoth that."
Deborah the wife of lapidoth, the judge, as well as the prophetess of that backsliding people; Judges iv, 9.