What is Maacah
Maacah (Codex Alexandrinus: Maacha, KJV: Maachah, Hebrew: מעכה "ma`akhah" "Crushed") is a non-gender-specific personal name used in the Bible to refer to a number of people. The name is also used to refer to:
Youth has its advantages." Wincing, he waved Maacah away and walked .
He summoned Maacah to the audience hall to tell her their son is dead.
Maacah the wife of Machir bore a son, and she named him Peresh; the name of his brother was Sheresh; and his sons were Ulam and Rekem.
Maacah." She touched the bowed head of her sobbing companion.
King Asa even removed his mother Maacah from being queen mother because she had made an abominable image for Asherah.
Tamar, Absalom's full sister, the daughter of David and Maacah (see 3.3), and Amnon's half sister.
Maacah, north of Geshur (see 2.9) in the Golan Heights.
Abijah has a different mother and grandfather in 1 Kings 15.2, Maacah and Abishalom, respectively.
First and, mercifully, the quickest had been his mother Maacah, followed by Mikhel, and Ahinoam.
Backwards reads like: hacaaM
Maacah contains 6 letters