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Abishag

[ ab-uh-shag ]
/ ˈæb əˌʃæg /
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noun
a young maiden brought to David in his old age as a nurse and companion. 1 Kings 1:1–4.
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Also Douay Bible, Ab·i·sag [ab-i-sag]. /ˈæb ɪˌsæg/.

Origin of Abishag

From Late Latin Abisag, from Greek Abiság, from Hebrew Abhīsheg “My father strays”
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