the wife of Joseph and the mother of Manasseh and Ephraim. Genesis 41:45; 46:20.
- Also Douay Bible, As·e·neth [as-uh-neth]. /ˈæs əˌnɛθ/.
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How to use Asenath in a sentence
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Her name was Asenath; and to Joseph and his wife God gave two sons.The Wonder Book of Bible Stories | Compiled by Logan Marshall
"And she is worth fifty thousand dollars, too," rejoined Asenath.
But only Asenath's grim, angular visage was seen, as it looked from Anna's window, wondering whom Jim could be bringing home.
"Asenath," and Anna's voice betrayed her astonishment that her sister should speak so in Adah's presence.
Asenath and Eudora held out longer, but even they were not proof against Willie's winning ways.