- the wife of Joseph and the mother of Manasseh and Ephraim. Gen. 41:45; 46:20.
Also Douay Bible, As·e·neth [as-uh-neth] /ˈæs əˌnɛθ/.
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Examples from the Web for asenath
Asenath felt that it would be impossible for her to meet Richard Hilton there.
Asenath was now a woman of thirty-five, and suitors had ceased to approach her.
Asenath could not thus leave her lost lover, in his despairing grief.
Miss Asenath, however, said nothing to anybody about her knowledge.
Miss Asenath had not resented it when that first Timothy Jarvis had married.