Keren-happuch

Keren-happuch (Kair´uhn-hap´uhk; Heb., “horn of antimony” [black eye shadow])

The third of Job’s latter-day daughters, along with Jemimah and Keziah (in Hebrew Jemimah means “dove” and Keziah means “cassia” [a perfume]). Although the three earlier daughters (Job 1:2) are unnamed, as are the sons in both prologue and epilogue of the book of Job, these daughters are named, and, uncharacteristically for the time, they receive inheritances along with their brothers.

Job 1:2

2There were born to him seven sons and three daughters.

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