- Bashemath used 6 times.
- First Reference: Genesis 26:34
- Last Reference: Genesis 36:17
- Included in Eastons: Yes
- Included in Hitchcocks: Yes
- Included in Naves: Yes
- Included in Smiths: Yes
- Included in Websters: No
- Included in Strongs: Yes
- Included in Thayers: No
- Included in BDB: Yes
- H1315 Used 6 times
1. The daughter of Ishmael, the last of Esau's three wives (Genesis 36:3, 4, 13), from whose son Reuel four tribes of the Edomites sprung. She is also called Mahalath (Genesis 28:9). It is noticeable that Esau's three wives receive different names in the genealogical table of the Edomites (Genesis 36) from those given to them in the history (Genesis 26:34; 28:9).
2. A daughter of Solomon, and wife of Ahimaaz, one of his officers (1 Kings 4:15).
perfumed; confusion of death; in desolation
Wife of Esau.
Genesis 26:34; Genesis 36:3-4; Genesis 36:10; Genesis 36:13; Genesis 36:17
(fragrant, pleasing), daughter of Ishm'l, the last married of the three wives of Esau. (Genesis 26:34; 36:3,4,13) (B.C. after 1797.) In (Genesis 28:9) she is called Mahalath.","","BASIN","Among the smaller vessels for the tabernacle or temple service, many must have been required to receive from the sacrificial victims the blood to be sprinkled for purification. The "basin" from which our Lord washed the disciples' feet was probably deeper and larger than the hand-basin for sprinkling.