Athaliah

[ ath-uh-lahy-uh ]
/ ˌæθ əˈlaɪ ə /

noun

a daughter of Ahab and Jezebel and usurper of the throne of Judah, reigned 842–837 b.c. 2 Kings 11:1–3.

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Origin of Athaliah

From Hebrew ʿăthalyāh, perhaps “God is exalted”
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