Maneh
Maneh Ma"neh, n. [Heb. m[=a]neh.] A Hebrew weight for gold or silver, being one hundred shekels of gold and sixty shekels of silver. --Ezek. xlv. 12. [1913 Webster]

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  • WIDOW — (Heb. אַלְמָנָה, almanah; pl. אַלְמָנוֹת, almanot). Biblical Period The Hebrew substantive almanah, usually translated widow, often does not simply denote a woman whose husband is dead, but rather a once married woman who has no means of… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

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