the daughter of Caleb who was promised in marriage to the conqueror of the city of Debir. Joshua 15:16–19; Judges 1:12–15.
- Also Douay Bible, Ax·a [ak-suh] /ˈæk sə/ .
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How to use Achsah in a sentence
David purchased Michal, and Othniel, Achsah, by performing perilous services for their fathers.The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus | American Anti-Slavery Society
David purchased Michael, and Othniel, Achsah, by performing perilous services for the fathers of the damsels.The Anti-Slavery Examiner, Omnibus | American Anti-Slavery Society
Achsah was evidently a woman who could look well after her interests.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Joshua | William Garden Blaikie
Whoever should capture it was promised his daughter Achsah in marriage.The Expositor's Bible: The Book of Joshua | William Garden Blaikie
Achsah, no doubt, had her preference and her hope, though she dared not speak of them.Judges and Ruth | Robert A. Watson