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Huldah

Huldah (hŭl´də), in the Bible, prophetess, consulted by Josiah, King of Judah (640–609 BC) on the finding of the Law. She prophesied that divine judgment would fall on Judah, but that Josiah would die in peace before that judgment fell. While the first part of her prophecy was fulfilled, Josiah died in battle.

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Hulda

Hulda in Germanic mythology, the goddess of marriage and fertility; an aspect of the triple mother goddess who may also be personified as Berchta and Mother Holle, the ancient goddess of death.

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